We discuss the Bill Simmons suspension and whether or not this entire affair was just a publicity stunt, given the fact that nearly every person with an opinion in America believes that Roger Goodell lied.
We discuss the Bill Simmons suspension and whether or not this entire affair was just a publicity stunt, given the fact that nearly every person with an opinion in America believes that Roger Goodell lied.
We discuss the word you've heard more of than any other in sports the past few days... Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter.
We discuss the word you've heard more of than any other in sports the past few days... Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter.
We tackle four topics all sparked by Bill Simmons (likely scripted) WWE style meltdown where he dared his employers to suspend him.
We tackle four topics all sparked by Bill Simmons (likely scripted) WWE style meltdown where he dared his employers to suspend him.
Pats-Chiefs Preview

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[0:03:21] ... our that we did last week I honestly don't know. -- and Andy Reid was asked today. Two to talk about the patriots offensive line and what he saw there and he he didn't comment on any reason why he wouldn't address that -- awful. Are because the chiefs have the same problems with the a. Oh yeah it could achieve. Definitely. Have the same problem in protecting Alex Smith did not look at it over the number it's actually created The Herald that have all been able -- Tom Brady and ...
[0:05:25] ... mostly it's him running for -- That's a reality and -- right Alex Smith in meat yeah athletic and -- would -- and there are a lot of hitting your outlet. It every yard comes at ...
[0:06:34] ... moving the ball at will. Over -- -- up the middle so. Bill Belichick coached Joseph -- you guys are going to on the ultimate all expect a lot of -- in this game and yeah. ...






Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s Three for All on Middays with MFB with Lou Merloni, Christian Fauria and Tim Benz. To hear the segment, go to the MFB audio on demand page.

– The Comedy Central show “South Park” took aim at the Washington Redskins in Wednesday night’s season premiere, making fun of the team for keeping the nickname despite protests that it’s racially offensive.

The hosts were impressed that the show took out injured quarterback Robert Griffin III, who had appeared in the promos, and quickly replaced him with Kirk Cousins.

At the end of the episode, the players quit the team in protest and team owner Dan Snyder takes to the field himself to play the Cowboys and is massacred.

“Dan Snyder became the hero at the end of the episode,” Benz said. “The owners looked bad, [Roger] Goodell looked bad, the entire NFL looked bad, they made fun of Ray Rice, [but] they made Dan Snyder into the sympathetic figure. That was my favorite part about it.”

– A Peruvian woman claims the popular Disney movie “Frozen” is based on her life story and she is suing for $250 million. Isabella Tanikumi says Disney plagiarized her 2010 autobiography “Living My Truth,” which detailed her childhood in the Andean mountains.

“She had mystical powers?” Fauria wondered.

“She says they stole her life story and she feels like this situation has ruined her life,” Merloni said.

” ‘Rocky’ was about me. That’s my life story,” Fauria joked. “I’m sure it’s yours, too, and every other Italian.”

– Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan owns a restaurant in Florida, and the dress code has led to accusations that the establishment is biased.

Among the rules for evening admission: No excessively baggy attire, no low-hanging pants, no hats facing sideways or back-facing, no oversized or excessive jewelry, no do-rags, skull caps or bandanas.

“It’s that urban stereotype that they don’t want in there,” Fauria said.

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