BOSTON (CBS) – As you know, Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak are two members of the Patriots Radio Network and broadcast team — so needless to say they were up pretty late last night and into this morning.
But on Monday morning they soldiered on and delivered four straight hours of comprehensive discussion and analysis of New England’s 42-20 dismantling of Indianapolis.
But first, an audio montage put together by producer Jim Louth.
“That team didn’t belong in the same building as New England. We told you that last week,” Zolak said to start the day. “Everybody wants to talk about this gauntlet of a schedule. Oh by the way, they’re 3-0 through this so called ‘gauntlet.’ To them, this wasn’t even their gauntlet. Their gauntlet was the four games in 17 days.”
New England has won games in different ways all season long, and as the year progresses they’re passing each test.
There were questions about whether could get a signature win on the road against a playoff-caliber team, and last night that question was answered.
Demonstratively, I might add.
Listen below for the full discussion!
It’s becoming a tradition on the Gresh & Zolak program . . . rap songs made from Bob Socci and Scott Zolak’s Patriots calls!
Hardy hit the studio once again to compile audio clips for MC Zocci’s latest banger.
The Patriots allowed just 19 yards on the ground to Indy, but Andy Gresh believes that’s more about the Colts than it is about the Patriots.
Gresh and Zolak talk about New England’s run D, as well as the the defense’s overall game against Indianapolis.
Lastly, Gresh & Zolak discuss what appeared to be a huge officiating mistake from last night’s game.
How is this not a safety?
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