Boomer Esiason of WFAN and CBS Sports joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the Patriots win over the Houston Texans and how they are second to none when it comes to in-game adjustments.
Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti opened Thursday’s show with a big picture topic involving the NFL and it’s off the field problems. What has the NFL become, and do we even care?
Patriots owner Robert Kraft never considered firing head coach Bill Belichick after the infamous “Spygate” scandal in 2007, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t bothered by the whole ordeal.
For some folks, the incident affectionately known as “Spygate” just won’t die.
The Baltimore Ravens just don’t seem to be happy these days unless they’re talking about the Patriots.
NFL Network’s Bert Breer joined Zo and Hardy to discuss the hot topics running wild in the NFL. He filled the guys in on his thoughts on Tim Tebow getting traded to the Jets and the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal.
Steelers linebacker James Harrison still has not gotten over the Patriots beating the Steelers in the 2004 AFC Championship, and although he respect Harrison’s on-field play, Nick Cattles says it is time to stop crying about the past.
Felger & Massarotti were joined in studio by Tony Marinaro of the Team 990 in Montreal to discuss Bruins-Canadiens. Who’s going to take Game 7?
The Supreme Court won’t review a decision throwing out a lawsuit stemming from the New England Patriots’ 2007 “Spygate” scandal.
Roger Goodell felt deceived by Bill Belichick during Spygate, Gresh and Zo talk about it…