We tackle the four commissioners of the four majors and rank them.

[0:03:28] ... I was at the at the draft -- and a lockout. Yes art show there were a little bottom are Roger Goodell the reason I picked them last not just because of the -- rights situation. ...
[0:05:10] ... franchises we're talking about the break what is an elder with the Buffalo Bills. Listen do OK so he's in a position is that means there do you think you what do you think will be ...
[0:08:33] ... are sure revenues of five. Because of the carrier decline in in Major League Baseball the interest level in Major League Baseball. The views or maybe took Boston and I see if I see New Yorkers see of him. In Florida there's no interest ...
[0:11:08] ... -- TV deals. That MLB has. A lot of money coming into Major League Baseball since Bud Selig was running jobs are -- local -- to -- -- those toys that big vocal duo was the governor there and got out of Texas -- they're national international TV contract is outfit. Though -- their attendance figures have slipped a note that they wanna tell you that they play in front of -- bodies than ever before. It TV games on TV but what -- ever right. Mean the only place -- there fewer chances at Atlanta Hawks basketball games. And that buildings always. Time -- after the AT&T best commissioner in all of sports and it is a sweet. ...

Big Vince was not at all satisfied with a tough Patriots loss in Miami, and he sat down with Dale and Holley on a Patriots Monday.
We check in on all things Patriots with the less than enthused Bill Belichick on a Patriots Monday.
We discuss the Patriots loss in Miami, as well as the breaking Ray Rice news with former Patriot / current ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi.
We break the news as the Ravens cut Ray Rice, then the NFL suspends him indefinitely, then respond and react to it all with you.
We check in with the playmakers, the hall of famer, the great 88, Michael Irvin for his take on the NFL for the week.
We tackle four topics (or maybe 5) that bring back the memories of Patriots opening games (both good and bad) in recent memory.
We discuss the news that Tom Brady missed the entirety of Thursday's practice, then popped up on the injury report with a calf injury.
We tackle four topics about the four most memorable NFL openers in our memory (Patriots' games excluded)
We discuss the Ron Borges top 5 of all-time NFL coaches, and have the listeners contribute their thoughts and selections.