We tackle four topics that will decide once and for all who the best is between Brady and Manning.
Rodney talked about the Patriots difficult schedule ahead, Brandon Marshall being a leader for the Chicago Bears, Brandon Browner needing to get more playing time, and throws in his two cents about Peyton Manning being considered a "choke artist" if he doesn't win another ring.

[0:01:06] ... create up. Hey Robbie so you if you get a guy like Brandon Marshall on your team and you know he's heaven I guess in emotional. Press conference after the game and it's real upset about ...
[0:01:59] ... If you look at someone you've always been outspoken guy. Outside of Brian Urlacher Cornet seemed so that's something that you want I don't think you further than a distraction because he works so hard he's such a productive player. You're right and never got to bought into all there really upset through their pets that are c'mon play good this option of good team bad teams rather like that they don't play well but. With the backs against the wall the Chicago Bears that change anything the way things went down that Sunday as far as them coming in at the Gillette do you think the pats are gonna win but. Has anything changed. Of course I don't think it's so divergent if you're Chicago Bears they've been disappointment all expectations that you have apple appears. Would definitely be close to being a playoff team. And the feed ...
[0:03:56] ... lead I mean we'll definitely have their hands full this week. Would Chicago Bears who were to happen but it's not just why would be Republican had been enough to be looking good right back some ...
[0:07:29] ... on Dan Patrick show asked what's great rather have Tom Brady or Peyton Manning surprising to lot people he said he said Tom Brady I mean you. When you look at those two players you used the April minute hat is Tom Brady still. In front of me because that rings or is meetings aren't desperate months. Hello I'm pleased it's a little bit what you know one thing about eight he has such a great arm and this is where patriots as you can get too big it's sort that would mean what I say. You know Peyton Manning is you know. The best quarterback I've ever faced because. You know because the actors who else Marty is the ability beautiful ...






There was a shocking scene at the European Youth Boxing Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, as light heavyweight Vido Loncar attacked the referee after losing his bout.

As the referee called the fighters together, Loncar, furious that the referee had stopped the fight, unleashed a hard right directly to the official’s face, knocking him to the canvas.

As stunned Lithuanian opponent Algirdas Baniulis scampered away, Loncar continued to hit the fallen official until two men from outside the ring reached through the ropes and grabbed the fighter, dragging him out of the ring.

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Jerry Spar
The heart of the schedule is afoot, and Christian thinks the Pats could go 2-4 over this stretch or possibly even 1-5.

[0:03:47] ... other quarterback. Matthew Stafford. Payton man Andrew Luck Cutler Aaron Rodgers off Philip Rivers all these quarterbacks. Can flat out sit there and compete. King goat told to go toe against the patriots they can sit ...
[0:06:03] ... San Diego I think that there are a good team I think Philip Rivers playing at a very high level right now. But I think big courts in eagle when making an epic 33 that's really ...
[0:06:43] ... have to wait and yet this week's that this is national objective Christian Fauria doing radio back in Seattle on the Seahawks like ship or something like that your look at the patriots and say they're ...
[0:10:22] ... might be the best team in the AFC Detroit is extremely dangerous. Green Day is all those teams were they can be hot and cold and depending on what Aaron Rodgers is doing in San Diego. ...






On this edition of Breaking Balls, Dino, Gerry and Kirk discuss their producers performance and take the Proust Questionnaire.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.

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The guys opened the show discussing the sentencing of Pistorious.

[0:01:03] ... at the wedding in just a second are hard to bully. The World Series begins tonight in Kansas City now correct me if I'm wrong. Is this the World Series that completes the season. But the Red Sox and that about six months ago with play around seventy something wins know that that was last last year yet to this is a mixture has at least a year after that's enough to separate entities held a bit but no league. No commission like Bud Selig knows how to capture the attention in the public and hold on to wit. It SI does a love letter this week the Bud Selig and it's just like everything he's done has turned to gold. And a student there and their talent in this journal World Series. It's getting record low ratings. And I know times have changed but did you shoot that number that. In 85 of the the last time the royal there. Fifty million people watched the World Series you probably through the smokers because you have your little session ratings. There was a game the other night on MLB network ...
[0:04:42] ... to watch that extra credit yeah that's better than you know. Like Monday Night Football which ends at midnight answerable to start what's the blog it's true on its own policies thirty it's thirty tournament right you write it up right. Are okay so the World Series begins tonight in Kansas City. Up billion O'Brien's correctional tours to his will be gone Texas begins in Houston tonight we'll hear ...
[0:15:30] ... I don't know I don't think you get that really long there. Nicolas Cage in Conning all miss him. To one and half president does have nice eyes those soulful. Yeah it would be a relative ...
[0:16:10] ... she should be in jail if you do in you know amendment climate change. We didn't okay with a B in a crime to do which he did notes at the courtroom support Narnia in front ...






Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

A California woman tried to slide down the chimney into the house of a man she had met online and dated a few times. Genoveva Nunez-Figueroa, 30, was arrested Sunday after screaming for help when she got stuck. Firefighters needed about two hours to free her, and she later was arrested for illegal entry and providing false information.

“How many times does this have to happen every year for somebody to realize you can’t break into somebody’s house sliding down their damn chimney,” Dennis said.

“Weren’t you like 8 years old when you realized that there was stuff in the way?” Callahan said. “I mean, you saw plenty of Christmas shows that Santa could get down there, but after like fourth grade you realized you couldn’t do it.”

The man said Nunez-Figueroa had tried to break into his home before, climbing on the roof.

Said Dennis: “They went out on six dates and then he said, ‘Uh, I’ve had enough, I don’t want to see you anymore.’ And she said, ‘No, I’m going to be up on your roof.’ ”

Said Callahan: “She didn’t want to try like a window or a basement door?”

– Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky gave her first public speech Monday at a conference in Philadelphia and talked about her 1990s affair with President Bill Clinton and the public humiliation she endured when it was revealed.

“Sixteen years ago, fresh out of college, a 22 year old intern in the White House — and more than averagely romantic — I fell in love with my boss in a 22-year old sort of way. It happens,” Lewinsky said. “But my boss was the president of the United States. That probably happens less often. Now I deeply regret it for many reasons, not the least of which is that people were hurt. And that is never OK.”

Lewinsky said she is striving to end cyberbullying, claiming that she was the first person to have her reputation destroyed via the Internet.

Said Callahan: “I’d rather be with the chick in the chimney.”

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WEEI

Welcome to Tuesday’s Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our WEEI.com home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

Welcome to Tuesday’s Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our WEEI.com home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

TUESDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
World Series: Giants at Royals, 8 p.m. (Fox; WEEI-AM)
NHL: Sharks at Bruins, 7 p.m. (NESN)
NHL: Flyers at Blackhawks, 8:30 p.m. (NBCSN)
NBA preseason: Rockets at Heat, 8 p.m. (TNT)
NBA preseason: Clippers at Warriors, 10:30 p.m. (TNT)
College football: Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette, 8 p.m. (ESPN2)
Soccer: UEFA Champions, Manchester City at CSKA Moskva, noon (FS1)
Soccer: UEFA Champions, Ajax at Barcelona, 2:30 p.m. (FS1)
Soccer: Women’s CONCACAF, Mexico vs. Jamaica, 7:30 p.m. (FS1)

AROUND THE WEB:

– Double-amputee Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius began serving his five-year prison sentence Tuesday, immediately after being sentenced by a judge in South Africa for the negligent killing of his girlfriend last February.

Judge Thokozile Masipa cited Pistorius’ “gross negligence” for shooting Reeva Steenkamp multiple times through a bathroom door in his home. He had claimed he thought she was a burglar.

Masipa also sentenced Pistorius to three years in prison for firing a gun in a restaurant a few weeks before Steenkamp’s death, although that sentence was suspended.

According to South African legal experts, Pistorius’ five-year term in the maximum he can serve; he will be eligible for house arrest in less than a year.

Pistorius, who had been very emotional throughout the trial, stood during the judge’s announcement before being escorted down a flight of stairs to a police van.

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Masipa found Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide last month but acquitted him of murder. In announcing the sentence Tuesday, she said: “The following is what I consider is a sentence that is fair and just both to society and the accused.”

The prosecution expressed disappointment in the culpable homicide conviction but did not have an immediate decision about whether or not to appeal the sentence.

Said prosecution spokesman Nathi Mncube: “We are satisfied with the fact that he will be serving some time in prison. … It’s not only about vengeance, but it is about making sure that there is a fair and just process.”

– New Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin met the New York media Monday, following reports that he was shipped out of Seattle in part because he wasn’t getting along with his teammates.

“I’m definitely not a perfect person,” Harvin acknowledged after his first practice with his new team. “I have a lot of things that I wish I could have done a little differently. But I’m moving forward. I’m learning from those lessons.

“I’m happy to be here right now and looking to make the most out of it.”

Harvin, who was traded from the Vikings to the Seahawks in 2013, admitted he was involved in “incidents” with then-Seattle teammates Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin, but he declined to discuss details. Coach Rex Ryan had no interest in talking about Harvin’s questionable past, either.

“I don’t think I need to,” Ryan said. “To me, things happen and every single guy has had something, but to me, it’s just all about right now and moving forward.”

General manager John Idzik denied he made the deal because he has been the subject of widespread criticism based on the team he assembled. He said the risks appear worth the potential reward.

Said Idzik: “I look at it as this could be a potential coup for the New York Jets.”

– Kings defenseman Slava Voynov was suspended by the NHL on Monday after his arrest earlier in the day on suspicion of domestic violence.

Police were called to Voynov’s neighborhood in Redondo Beach after a neighbor called to report a woman screaming and crying, but they could not find anyone. About 90 minutes later, the 24-year-old Russian was arrested at a Torrance hospital on suspicion of corporal injury to a spouse after hospital personnel called police upon treating the alleged victim.

Voynov posted $50,000 bail and is due back in court Dec. 1.

“These developments are of great concern to our organization,” the Kings said in a statement. “We support the NHL‘s decision to suspend Slava Voynov indefinitely during this process, and we will continue to take appropriate action as the legal proceedings and the investigation by the NHL take their course.”

Voynov is in his fourth season with the Kings, having won two Stanley Cups with the team. He signed a six-year, $25 million contract extension in June 2013.

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Oct. 21, 1975, the Red Sox beat the Reds in Game 6 of the World Series on Carlton Fisk’s 12th-inning home run off Pat Darcy. Which pitcher got the win for the Sox?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “I’ve been very fortunate. To think I would have the opportunity to do that when I was starting out is crazy. And I’€™m still part of a great team that has a great opportunity to achieve even more. You don’€™t think about these things when you’€™re a kid, certainly I never did. I think I’€™ve just been so fortunate over the years to be on a great team, great teammates, and throw great relationships and friends in. Certainly the winning, because I think that’€™s what sets our team apart from a lot of other teams, has been our ability to win on a consistent basis year in and year out, no matter what the circumstances or situations. So to be a part of an organization that that’€™s what we’ve been able to accomplish has been unbelievable. I’€™m a lucky guy. I’€™m a lucky guy, and still going. Tom Brady, during his weekly Monday morning appearance on Dennis & Callahan, comparing his career to that of Peyton Manning

STAT OF THE DAY: 73 – Seconds it took the Steelers to score three touchdowns in Monday’s 30-23 victory over the Texans

‘NET RESULTS (mobile users, check the website to see the videos): During an Adriatic League basketball game, Union Olimpija Ljubljana’s Blaz Mahkovic hits a ridiculous shot while falling out of bounds on the baseline.

From a high school football game in Wisconsin, Gabe White, an 8-year-old with Down syndrome, gets to score a touchdown for Rhinelander vs. Mosinee.

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher is not pleased when an interviewer brings up the troubles of Jameis Winston, and Fisher ends the interview abruptly, claiming he was told there would be no such questions.

TRIVIA ANSWER: Rick Wise, who pitched a scoreless 12th inning, despite giving up two hits

SOOTHING SOUNDS: Manfred Mann (on the keyboard for his eponymous band) was born on this day in 1940.

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Jerry Spar