Glenn, Lou and Christian talk about an NFL fan who is willing to put his ex-wife's house up for sale so he can get some tickets to the Super Bowl.

[0:00:02] ... Yeah give up to go to Wales. The Super Bowl game is more going supplied on the sending his company's would you would you would you give up if you like your real thing in the ghosts of as tough as around here say a strong reasons why I think the drug don't travel. A lot of people are dead and hope in a World Series or Stanley Cup Burnett gave final live like that I've been don't want and a Super Bowl it would get to give up force. Do you rent out your house beat you house for a week ranger no I ...
[0:01:05] ... Leaving her with enough. Will sell home for two tickets to the Super Bowl with airfare and logic must act fast serious inquiries only. God that's the thing to some actually gotten this is I just I just looked it up though at 2100 square foot house in Erie. About 62 fine. It's still me some tickets Super Bowl six now fare lodging. Coupled be at parties that you guys tell me if a guy's trophy it's the double women this ...
[0:02:36] ... wonder that house and I think that its sailors are of these Super Bowl tickets stories every year like you know there's always the woman that's Craig's list of sex you know for your buck and ...
[0:03:12] ... do. Before the games you played. And then you also have the Super Bowl tickets stories guys trying to get tickets while you wait for tickets well I'd do. I mean that is that's par for ...






Rodney Harrison joined Glenn, Lou and Christian to talk about the Patriots losing to the Broncos, the decision to go for it on 4th down late and what he thought about Dave DeGuglielmo getting fired.
The Patriots had seven players voted into the ProBowl...and all seven declined to go. Are the Pats players too injured to play, or are they giving the NFL one last middle finger?
The ex-Patriots O-Line coach has more than just New England fired up -- the First Take guys get into a heated argument over whether DeGuglielmo should've been fired, and they call out each others' integrity.

[0:00:13] ... Because I just didn't. To me this shocking day after move by Bill Belichick act. Smacked out a head coach who I believe wanted to make sure. He places the blame squarely on what was most glaring obviously. From Sunday's loss in Denver. The bottom line. You sit up there and get ticked off because just Super Bowl pick and don't Lou that you can't to fix that grateful that I. I would I thought they only do you can't accept it gracefully yeah you thought coming had to get better than all that up but to fit their yup that because the boy Tom Brady not gazillion Obama that your probable and likely what I thought in my office they'll be let on bill. OK lettuce back ...
[0:02:29] ... lame you're the guys Alito is just this enabled the line. Question Bill Belichick this is the guy that get this stuff when we were questioning him what his comments about it correct that victory that ...
[0:04:30] ... but you know what that's why I covered to Don Shula as Miami Dolphins started in 1974 that's who have been online gambling I don't know that that's right that's not bad but in the bottom ...
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Instead of kicking a field goal and trying to cut the deficit against Denver, Belichick chose to try to convert on 4th down twice late in the AFC Championship Game. Glenn, Lou and Christian debate whether this was the right move.

[0:00:16] ... thing to put on the tour amongst. To put. Things in the. Rob Ninkovich you can you be a guest house you can give me up rob rob Rob Gronkowski. There's tons of other you give ...
[0:02:07] ... like the right thing but there's a difference between. You know what Bill Belichick does and as far as like how is this guy feelings are still advised reply actually a play about fifty snaps. He's not gonna doing that stuff and even bill takes the extreme markets and knowing at times but it's still it's Bill Belichick. Yeah it is not Bryant or whatever but overall it was a great brand and it was the wrong way to handle it by Bryan stork but I do believe that they take the lead from the master. And you're right they're not in the same predicament they're not in the same level. Is Bill Belichick all right he's earned that resonate in that heat and get away with. Right he can sit there and say absolutely nothing ...
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[0:08:35] ... he two point between one point do you advocate. But it's who Bill Belichick who did that and if undermine college. Does not rested on defense is my about it. Why can't you go for it said the vehicle and you know your offense and and got excited that our pigment did not really give them. He played the part of yachts. Twice already give the ball and owned thirty yards dead appeared position to score Peyton Manning was not scoring on these. Previous previous previous series a pick along with a quick listen it's debate eight I'm not saying ...






This year was plagued with injuries for the Patriots, especially on the offensive line. How do they fix their biggest problem this off-season?
Patriots center Bryan Stork took a page out of Bill Belichick's media-handbook and gave the same "We've onto next year" answer to the media after the Denver loss. This got Christian's blood boiling, and he goes off on Stork.
Not long after the Patriots' offensive line got embarrassed in the AFC Championship Game against Denver, the Patriots fired their o-line coach, essentially making him the fall-guy.
Patriots center Bryan Stork took a page out of Bill Belichick's media-handbook and gave the same "We've onto next year" answer to the media after the Denver loss. This got Christian's blood boiling, and he goes off on Stork.
The guys discuss Stephen Gostkowski's missed XP, the poor offensive line play, bad picks by Tom Brady, and curious coaching decisions by Bill Belichick.