Twitter blew up with a few reports saying that Jon Lester and Cubs had a deal in place. WEEI.com's Rob Bradford joined the show to say that his sources indicated that no such deal was imminent.

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[0:00:53] ... next couple days I. In at what it is leaking into the winter meeting early next week but. I think this topic is able law yet in the. Well I feel bad for you because I don't prominently bullets you have in this chamber you know what about my kid registered five and to sit sit visited San Diego white sign Lester so he bit a go at. If you add as well. That you know it impaired I think it ...
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Reports earlier in the week had Patriots OC Josh McDaniels as a possible option for the vacant Head Coaching job at Florida. The guys take a look at the job he's done this year. Also, Packers DB Ha Ha Clinton Dix tweeted his respect for Rob Gronkowski and vows to never try and tackle him, up high, again.
Christian (who does the show from New York on Tuesdays) pranks his co-hosts by posing as "Jack in Maine." Lou and Tim take the bait while Christian adds to his prank-call legacy.
MLB Umpire Dale Scott is the first umpire to come out as gay. (You might have missed the story, if you don't subscribe to "Referee Magazine.") A man creates a fake Facebook profile and poses as his ex, and then proceeds to post racist comments about Ferguson. Also, a man steals an ambulance because he needed a ride to a local strip club aptly named "The Booby Trap."

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[0:08:43] ... would I know that. Particular over the 1 o'clock hour. What did Jon Lester really mean by hometown discount like enough money go to the booby trapped we'll discuss a week not the ones that every ...






Rodney Harrison, NBC Sports, called in to talk about the Pats loss to the Packers. Rodney said that the Patriots played well, but sometimes, one team simply makes more plays, and that's what happened Sunday. He also agreed with Christian's assessment, about the Patriots pass defense being only as good as their 3rd CB, when playing a team with an elite passing game.
The Patriots ran the ball 18 times in a loss to the Packers. Many fans are lamenting a gameplan that didn't seem to exploit the weak Packers run defense. A few Patriot players and analysts weighed in on this issue on Monday. We start the show discussing and going over some of those comments.

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Ryan Fitzpatrick showed off ONE of his two son's math skills. Black storm troopers are causing a lot of Twitter hoopla. Some kid achieves all 135 Boy Scout merit badges.
Patriots WR joins MFB on a Patriots Monday to talk about the loss to the Packers. He stressed that the team didn't do enough on 3rd down, and that despite the respect they have for the Packers, the team is never satisfied with a loss.

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Revis didn't want to make excuses, but he did say that Nelson pushed off on the 45 yard score. The guys discuss the match up between Revis and Nelson and what that TD meant.
Yesterday's Patriots-Packers game didn't disappoint, but did end the Patriots 7-game winning streak. Aaron Rodgers was brilliant and so was his offensive line. New England hung around and gave themselves a chance, but in the end, couldn't do enough.