BOSTON (CBS) — It was a “Buy or Sell” Monday on The Adam Jones Show.
Rich Keefe hit Jones with the following questions during Monday night’s edition of “The Game Of Jones”:
It’s Monday’s edition of Game of Jones it’s time to buy or sell the Red Sox bringing back Jonathan Papelbon, the USA basketball team winning a gold medal, and more…
Buy or Sell: Zack Greinke is a bigger waste of money than David Price
“I totally buy that. I’ve bought that all along. I had my questions about Price fitting in in Boston. We’ve seen it with a lot of athletes and whether they can handle the market,” said Jones. “But I’m convinced if Greinke was here, he would be mostly what we saw [Sunday] at Fenway. Greinke would be horrible here.”
Buy or Sell: U.S.A. Men’s Basketball will win Olympic Gold
“I buy that they should, and I guess I buy they will, but they have looked awfully shaky,” said Jones. “I still think they will win, but they have been wildly disappointing, and it feels just a little bit like Athens.”
Buy or Sell: Josh Gordon Will Have 1,000 Yard Season With Browns
“Oh I sell that,” Jones said adamantly. “It’s not even about the quarterback play [in Cleveland]. I gather a lot of people would sell it because he’s suspended for the first month or the quarterback play. But the last time he played, he wasn’t even that good.
“I wonder what kind of shape he’ll be in and if he is driven. He’s been out of football for a long time,” said Jones.
Buy or Sell: Aaron Dobson will not make the Patriots
“I buy that he will not make the team. He’s getting cut. He is, for sure, getting cut,” said Jones. “Edelman, Amendola, Hogan, Mitchell — I think all of those guys are locks. I would imagine Keshawn Martin is on the team over Dobson, and Chris Harper is on the team over Dobson. He’s going to need at least an injury, and maybe a couple, to make the team.”
Buy or Sell: Gisele’s Catwalk in the Opening Ceremony has been best part of Olympics so far
“[The best part has] been the diving pool that everyone says smells like a fart,” Jones said. “[Gisele’s walk] may have been the best part of the Opening Ceremonies.”