Chris & Chris talk Patriots QB situation, Bills head coach Rex Ryan & early impressions in the AFC .
Christian continues with the events of the day, including Jose Fernandez, Arnold Palmer, and another busy NFL Sunday. Also, we look at how important these last three weeks have been for the Patriots.
After an eventful Sunday, Christian discusses the Sox, the NFL, and the tragic passing of Jose Fernandez. Also, Rex Ryan is ready to game plan for the Patriots QB. Whoever that may be.
Danny talks about the Red Sox 11th consecutive win, and their sweep over the Tampa Bay Rays. The Red Sox set a club record for most strikeouts in a game. Danny discusses the sox pitching, and some nifty moves from Dustin Pedroia at the plate
The Red Sox beat Tampa 2-1 on the strength of a David Ortiz 2-run HR and a strong outing from Drew Pomeranz with the bullpen shutting the door. Several callers applaud Ortiz for his performance while others point to Farrell's bullpen decisions as being the key. KG retires from basketball and a caller from CT thanks Mut and the WEEI entire staff for SAVING HIS LIFE while he was homeless.
In the second hour Christian talks about the QB situation in New England and why did the Patriots not sign a backup QB during the week

[0:07:53] ... like other dolphins did ten years ago or whatever court heard that Ronnie Brown game. When Ronnie Brown just went crazy and they're in the wildcat Tony's brought out and they beat him by like thirty points but how long ...
[0:21:49] ... don't break mode like they did down the stretch against Arizona when Larry FitzGerald was just abusing Logan Ryan. Or when Ryan to NL was abusing the entire defense. Then. In they're gonna have bigger problems ...
[0:25:02] ... think the Texans or even really take it. The Texans secondary. Outside Johnathan Joseph. Kind of sucked. Andre Allen quit in them so they're two safeties Kareem Jackson is there other corner. Kevin Johnson and AJ ...





Christian talks about the Red Sox win over the Baltimore Orioles and looking towards the playoffs

[0:06:23] ... he saw a picture dude this. I mean we're talking Wakefield maybe Derek Lowe guys who sort of bounce back from the rotation to the bullpen. And that weren't really that effective. As as starting pitchers ...
[0:14:06] ... sorts of weird stuff we saw a lot of curious decisions by Bill Belichick did we not. From those pooch punched. Through. Not taken the ball in overtime against the jets. To that ridiculous game plan ...
[0:14:39] ... is Paul it's much cheaper it's not like that. Injured you know Michael Vick ready these guys any of these guys sit around waiting for a call just you know sit there on their couch watching ...
[0:15:34] ... of a hard time wrapping my head around it. I do trust Bill Belichick I think we all sort of grown to the point now we can say yes Bill Belichick is smarter than me knows more about football than me than I do. If he's a football coach not a doctor. He ...






The Late Night continues in hour 2 with the hypothetical Patriots injury reports. Christian addresses many important topics such as the QB situation in New England, the plot of The Martian, and is Carson Daly still on TV?
We begin the Late Night by basking in the glory that was Rick Porcello's complete game. With only 12 more regular season games, Christian looks at the potential playoff scenarios.
The Red Sox take the first of four from Baltimore as the they begin their final regular season series with the O's. Mut recaps Rick Porcello's complete game.