Wednesday’s “New Yorker Of The Day” on Felger & Mazz was none other than Chris “Mad Dog” Russo, who stopped by to share his thoughts on a number of topics.
Former quarterback and current NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner feels fortunate enough to have appeared in three of the greatest Super Bowls ever played, but it’s the loss against the Patriots that was the most difficult to move on from.
Former NFL VP of Officiating and current Fox Sports analyst Mike Pereira joined Felger & Mazz on Radio Row Tuesday to discuss the Welker/Talib hit, his relationship with Bill Belichick and full time referees.
Bill Belichick is already among the best head coaches in NFL history, but in order to be the best he could use another Super Bowl title. He certainly doesn’t need it, but he could definitely use it.
While Sunday’s AFC Championship will be about Brady vs. Manning, Boomer Esiason says the Patriots running game has them set up nicely to pull off the road victory.
It’s admittedly not the type of bulletin-board material that jumps off the page, but any time an opposing coach references Spygate, it’s going to make the news.
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.