Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino is in town so we had him on to discuss the Patriots loss in the AFCCG and what he thinks about the AFC East going forward.

[0:00:32] ... the partners of Anthony's coal fired pizza is all the fame quarterback Dan Marino and he joins us live before. Here and again our. Guys are very you know what you're doing great again just like Miami what are your right. Perfectly. Hey at least it's on route. Now while you this Cleveland out c'mon you know not. That. I'm at it. If we get to. A little bit about Tom Brady in the and patriots. From Sunday. Your take it you've got two guys year you go ahead Dan Marino close cover up excuse me you got any closing and at age forty here. You've got Tom Brady closing in on each 39 and they're still. Not think it's great I mean it is. You look at it the what ...
[0:01:47] ... also. Mean is it if Cameron who enters the league today young Dan Marino. Does does that guy played till he's 44. Based on just you know do you advanced techniques. Are you know by now you'd eaten outlook how to ice cream or not he brought into the lakes your kid you know twelve hours of sleep. Right right right Arctic would be yet he argued and be replaced an app where current electrical short and okay. Data out wondered if you watched that game so son do with Tom Brady with a ready flashbacks. As yet I have one of those games one of those years we get hit. As often as ...
[0:04:43] ... out there makes all you thought this really does. We're talking to Dan Marino are hall of fame quarterback. You're involved in the Miami Dolphins. Organization. And I you probably know that the last time the New England Patriots and they lost the division was back when ...
[0:05:44] ... and coaches that were disappointed in outcomes last year. This is social Peyton Manning you know he hasn't said that he's done. He and others rumours and were all kinda assuming that may happen I think he may have a couple of years lessened a bit if he's at the right team. Don't fear the Miami Dolphins is this a quarterback but he says listen I only want play one year two years I can help yellow line tan ...






Rob Parker, formerly of ESPN, discusses Cam Newton's comments from yesterday, and the state of racism of sports in America.

[0:00:05] ... Radio WEEI. The race. Favorite team I'm going all end with these Carolina Panthers are you prefer the Klan at least favorite team. Could ultimately be criminal and they're having on the sidelines. Is this the ...
[0:01:19] ... this topic before show yesterday the media starts asking the question to Cam Newton. And brings up the issue of race I have no issue with what Cam Newton how he responded. I'll but apparently has got some people. Going right now what was your tent. I thought it was. Courageous ...
[0:03:16] ... he went into as a young black quarterback yet with yet with Cam Newton. It seems to be what this is now the focal point the dancing the carrier caring and on you know everything that ...
[0:04:44] ... wanna beat you one up and that's why people are attracted to Cam Newton. It's that's what rob I almost feel like this discussion of people creating almost feel like it's manufactured because Nancy people don't like KM I mean at week nine. People started the talk about him being a BP and it's just sort of rolled on his plate made it obvious he will be the MVP. And people look at it may be rooting for Peyton Manning but you know Paul's idea. If the patriots have won that football game. The country be rooting for Camden it's got nothing to do with colors everything to do with people want Peyton Manning to win. Yeah that that accommodate that up I believe that I think is that you natural are laying there and I ...






The guy on the right is of course Ked Woodley, the genius behind the epic Panthers rap “Dominate the Foe.” And he is the single best reason to rejoice over the fact Carolina is in the Super Bowl. Thanks to the guys from my alma mater Barstool Sports for this reprieve. Though to be honest, I would’ve preferred to see more of my man Ked’s mad rhymes, I’ll take it just for the panther growl. Plus, we’ve got another week and a half for him to work his magic.

From the trailer park to the Internet hero of a soon-to-be Super Bowl championship team. Only in America.

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Daily MailA Detroit man was killed when he was ejected through the sunroof of his car while driving along the highway with his pants down and masturbating to porn being shown on his cellphone.

Clifford Ray Jones, 58, was killed instantly when his car rolled over in the early hours of Sunday morning.

As well as not wearing any trousers, Jones is not believed to have been wearing his seat belt which may have contributed to his partial ejection from the car. …

Fortunately no one else was injured in the incident.

At least the good news is that no one else was hurt or, God forbid, killed in this crash. So we can get down to the business of mourning the untimely passing of poor Clifford Ray Jones, cut down in the prime of life.

If I was delivering Clifford’s eulogy, I’d remind the other mourners that while he is gone all too soon, at least he died doing what he loved: Furiously pleasuring himself to Internet porn. It was his love. It was his passion. To the exclusion of all other things including pants, seat belts, highway safety and any concern whatsoever for other motorists.

Sure, you can call him reckless and say he died senselessly doing something he could have done safely any other place but behind the wheel of a moving motor vehicle. But when you have the zest for life, the joie de vivre, of a Clifford Ray Jones, you live it to the fullest. Pedal to the metal. Pants to the floor. “Hot MILF 3-way” on your phone. Consequences be damned. Let the partially ejected driver fall where he may. As Braveheart said, every man dies. Few men truly live. And I know from now on, I’ll be a little more understanding of the people eating, texting and putting on makeup while they drive.

So rest in peace, Clifford. And enjoy all the free porn you want in Heaven. This world was never meant for one as beautiful as you.

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The guys discuss some of the comments made by Cam Newton about being a black QB in the NFL, which led to a discussion about his celebrations and reaction from the fans and media.

[0:02:55] ... who was another you're committed and Rob Gronkowski. So they bring in Alge Crumpler veteran guide to say listen he's not doing the top needles to young guys aren't talking he's talking porous. Outs I sat ...
[0:05:17] ... is have been 48 hours. About cam knew I'm not gonna blame Cam Newton he was specifically asked the question. Yesterday by a media person about. Being an African American quarterback. Why do you think that ...
[0:07:59] ... was up. Take a look at any quarterback you can look at Carson Palmer the year Arizona had this year compared to what happened Lester went down. Every quarterback is valuable reason why did a good team. Was it to about week ten billion a five touchdown performance and cubicle another five Buick you know what okay. Now he is actually put up MVP numbers week 7-Eleven touchdowns and eight picks. Gacy was undefeated. And depletion precision ball 54%. And Everest you would have BP was premature he's the obvious MVP front runner but do so much love for Cam Newton. Where's the lightning rod stuff. Everybody loves this guy you're gonna compare to Ben Roethlisberger. We just couldn't get rough over it ...
[0:09:15] ... side you know maybe he does a double check deal also like Aaron Rodgers. You would sit there go either you would appreciate what he does everything that guy's a buffoon. Yes he's an idiot I ...






LaDainian Tomlinson was on the NFL Network ripping Patriot fans regarding their reactions to Sunday's loss to the Broncos.
LaDainian Tomlinson was on the NFL Network ripping Patriot fans regarding their reactions to Sunday's loss to the Broncos.
Glenn, Lou and Christian open the show discussing some of Bill Belichick's comments regarding Dave DeGuglielmo, the loss the in AFCCG, and his reflection about the 16 year anniversary of the day he became the HC of the NEP.

I can’t remember when I’ve ever felt so ambivalent about one short video. On the one hand, I’m never in a mood to get lectured about being “classy” by LaDainian Tomlinson of all people. Who, after his Chargers got beaten at home in the playoffs by the Patriots, said they have no class and that comes from their head coach and oh, by the way, he himself is a very classy person.

On the other hand, he does have a point. Bostonians have a right to be frustrated the team didn’t capitalize on a chance to go to another Super Bowl. But sitting where he’s sitting, those are such first world/dynasty problems, we do sound like a petulant child.

On the other, other hand, this is the Patriots we are talking about. They’re not driven to come close in the AFC championship game. This franchise is measured by LomBrady trophies. Not Lamar Hunts, which they use in the offices at One Patriots place to balance uneven tables. And certainly not trips to the NFL’s final four. It’s go big or go home. And nobody wants to be home February 7th.

On the other, other, other hand though, did I just hear Tomlinson say “I would LOVE to have Bill Belichick as my coach?” OK. There’s the money shot. Thank you, LT. All is forgiven.

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Fox SportsCarolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is the favorite to win the 2015 NFL MVP award, but he was asked in his Wednesday press conference why he still faces some level of criticism.

Newton, who has the 17-1 Panthers headed to the Super Bowl but is the subject of scrutiny for his outgoing on-field persona, told reporters he believes race is a factor in how he’s perceived.

I’ll admit right up front that I haven’t the first clue what Cam Newton deals with and that I’ve never walked the proverbial mile in his metaphorical moccasins. The only discrimination I’ve faced is the usual marginalizing all super handsome, physically-fit objects of desire have to overcome. That’s my cross to bear. But is Newton right in saying the fact he’s an African-American quarterback scares people?

I have zero doubt he’s heard some vile, racist crap. The Internet is a garden, filled with growing things that are beautiful and nourishing, but with all sorts of grotesque things crawling around in the dirt underneath. Unfortunately it’s part of going on social media. But it’s not limited to hatred toward African-American quarterbacks. That stuff is aimed at every high profile person. Ask any female in sports media or the gaming world.

So I’m not talking about individuals, I’m talking about the country as a whole. I’m speaking in generalities. The kind of generalizations that it’s fair to make. Millennials are more tech savvy than the elderly. African-Americans vote Democratic. America hates the New England Patriots. Those sorts of things. Is it really fair to say in general that we haven’t seen anyone we can compare Cam Newton to? In 2016?

Going just by what I see and hear, the country loves Cam Newton. First of all, it’s hard not to love a guy who’s having a probably unanimous MVP season, gone 17-1 and might be quarterbacking a team that will compare with the all time greats. Has anyone questioned his ability? His leadership? His character? If anything, I feel like he’s being embraced by a nation that is starting to run out of great, face-of-the-league type iconic QBs and is desperate for the next one. Newton appears to be that guy in ways Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and a few others haven’t been.

Besides, if Newton feels hated, I can think of a quarterback who’s represented the league as well as any quarterback ever has, and he’s reviled from New York to Hawaii. And Tom Brady is pretty Caucasian.

If anything, there are people who aren’t fans of Newton’s preening, Dabbing, end zone celebrations. But just as many people love it. Lord knows television can’t get enough of it. And he’s old enough and smart enough to know that such is the nature of doing signature, pre-rehearsed dance celebrations. They are polarizing as all hell. And if Drew Brees or Phillip Rivers did it, they’d get the same reaction. And nothing Newton has ever done is as universally despised as Johnny Manziel’s “Money Fingers” bit.

Again, this is 2016. Is a quarterback’s color really still an issue? For crying out loud, the first African-American quarterback was Frederick Douglass ‘€œFritz’€ Pollard of the Akron Pros, who went onto be the first black head coach in NFL history. The first of the Forward Pass Era was the aptly named Willie Thrower of the Bears in 1953. For the 1968 season, Marlin Briscoe was the starter of the Denver Broncos. And we are 27 years removed from Doug Williams winning the Super Bowl. And Newton was the Number One overall pick, as was Vince Young and Jamarcus Russell. So maybe I’m just being ignorant, but I sort of feel like the country has kind of moved on from the type of attitude Newton is describing here. Unless I’m wrong, and the most acclaimed, celebrated and admired football player of 2015 is somehow scaring everybody.

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