Greg Dickerson, Steve DeOssie and Chris Price kick off NFL Sunday discussing why the Patriots struggled so much against Oakland at home. This week on Monday Night Football, it doesn't get any easier as New England visits noisy Arrowhead Stadium. Is this going to be an issue for the under-performing offensive line? Also, where has the Revis affect been?
Craig and Jerry (who's in for Larry this week) discuss the report that Celtics PG Rajon Rondo had surgery to repair a broken left hand. The guys are dubious of a report that he slipped in the shower, since he was spotted at a trampoline park in Billerica the day before.
“I don’t want to see her act anymore,” said a disappointed Benz. “She’s great to look at on the screen, but I want to see that fight.”
“What’s in it for her other than obviously the money?” Fauria wondered. “It’s a lose-lose situation for her, because she’s the white hat, she’s the good-looking one of the two.”
Added Merloni: “Do you think she wants to fight the rest of her life? She’s doing MMA, she made some money, more importantly people noticed her. Now she’s in movies. She doesn’t want to keep fighting.”
– In a video posted to Youtube, a woman tells a 4-year-old boy that a girl he likes is interested in another boy, sending the kid into tears.
The hosts were unanimous in saying the woman was out of line to videotape the conversation and embarrass the boy by sharing it with the world.
“What a sadistic [expletive],” Benz said, adding: “Worst mother of the year.”
“What a bitch,” said Merloni.
“DCYS should scoop in there and save that kid,” Benz said. “Now I’m upset. I’m mad about this.”
– A man in was arrested In Jasper, Indiana, after allegedly driving a stolen Bobcat front-loader down a city street while intoxicated. Korey Groover allegedly knocked down several street signs and hit light poles, then used the bobcat to knock down a door to a medical building, where he was found lying on the floor. The Florida man was charged with DUI and felonies including drug possession and criminal mischief, and the estimated damage he left behind was $10,000.
“They have brakes, those things are street legal, right?” Fauria said. “They have brake lights.”