Felger read off a list of every MLB free agent in history to sign a deal worth over $20 million in average annual value, and the results say that they never work out.
Tony Massarotti and Marc Bertrand had differing opinions on the Yankees signing Jacoby Ellsbury, and it made for interesting debate on the Felger and Mazz program.
With the amount of key players the Patriots have lost for the season on defense, what was supposed to be a strength of this team at the beginning of the year is now their weakness…again.
Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti had some final thoughts on the Sunday night game between the Patriots and the Denver Broncos.
A listener complained about the Patriots third-down play calling, which didn’t sit well with Scott Zolak. Zo blamed Tony Massarotti for running with this argument and explained to everyone what goes into a play call.
Felger and Mazz talked about the chess match between Bill Belichick and Peyton Manning on Sunday Night Football, and how once again the Hoodie got the best of #18.
Michael Felger is seemingly one of the only supporters of the overtime shootout, and he came to the realization today why the Bruins hate it so much: because they’re not good at it.
With the Denver Broncos coming to town this Sunday for a huge battle of AFC supremacy, Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti felt it was an opportune time to revisit the Wes Welker exodus from New England.
Felger referenced an article by Ron Borges of the Herald, where the case is made that the Patriots were outmuscled and beat up. Felger and Mazz don’t believe that at all.
Were the Patriots on the wrong end of a bad call? Yes, absolutely. But they only have themselves to blame, according to some members of the panel.