Tim Hasselbeck joined Dino, Buck, and Andy Hart to discuss what happened yesterday with the overtime coin toss, the Peyton Manning allegations, and Coaches getting "Vitamin T".
[0:00:12] ... yards deep Buckley and never fear Dino is here and so does TimHasselbeck. A conversation with him is brought to you why friendlies the Sheba business solutions. And by wrapped up good morning to Massa ... [0:03:36] ... about quarterback do juror of the yeah. The Cleveland Browns this is TomBrady and my point is the only choice bill could have made that might. Prevent TomBrady from touching the football. Was the choice that late and that would be to kick off. Andy Kennedy saying he has more ... [0:10:45] ... last year no time out yet should call timeout I still believe BillBelichick screwed that up should've called timeout did not and 100. But it stick approach from a political perspective the truth of the ... [0:15:40] ... in what is called floor. They without trying to predict and read billBelichick's mind about a hypothetical was not gonna take place meaning they don't need to win next week against Miami and Miami because ...
MONDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
NFL: Bengals at Broncos, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
College football: Military Bowl, Navy vs. Pittsburgh, 2:30 p.m. (ESPN)
College football: Quick Lane Bowl, Central Michigan vs. Minnesota, 5 p.m. (ESPN2)
NBA: Raptors at Bulls, 8 p.m. (NBATV) College basketball: Lowell at Rutgers, 7 p.m. (Big Ten Network) College basketball: UNC Greensboro at North Carolina, 6 p.m. (ESPNU)
College basketball: Penn at Villanova, 7 p.m. (FS1)
College basketball: Elon at Duke, 8 p.m. (ESPNU)
College basketball: Coppin State at Creighton, 9 p.m. (FS1)
College basketball: Women, Maryland vs. UConn, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN2)
College hockey: Ohio State vs. Boston College, 7 p.m. (WEEI-AM)
Soccer: Premier League, Chelsea at Manchester United, 12:30 p.m. (NBCSN)
AROUND THE WEB:
— Globetrotters legend Meadowlark Lemon, known for his wisecracking ways as the team’s chief prankster for more than two decades, died Sunday at the age of 83, the club announced Monday morning.
A 2033 inductee into the Basketball Hall of Fame, Lemon joined the Globetrotters in 1954 as a 22-year-old shortly after a two-year stint in the Army and claims to have made more than 16,000 appearances in 24 years with the team. He helped the team transition from a competitive squad into one that focused on entertaining with comedic routines. He left in 1978 amid a contract dispute and started his own traveling team, continuing to play into his 70s.
Lemon, whose feature was a halfcourt hook shot, is one of five men to have their number retired by the team, along with Wilt Chamberlain, Curly Neal, Goose Tatum and Marques Haynes, who also died this year.
Lemon, who made numerous television appearances in the 1960s and ’70s, became an ordained minister in 1986 and founded Meadowlark Lemon Ministries in 1994.
Falcons linebacker O’Brien Schofield said the Panthers demonstrated poor sportsmanship the first time the teams played (a 38-0 Carolina rout). And on Sunday, quarterback Cam Newton left the field after speaking only with his counterpart, Matt Ryan, apparently upset that the Falcons were doing his touchdown dance, the “dab.”
“If you handle yourself with class, you don’t have to worry about that,” Schofield said. “But you see, they didn’t handle themselves with class the first time we played. So I didn’t care about how they were feeling after this game. I was ‘dabbing’ all in their faces.
“They took a picture during the game and posted it on social media the first time we played. It was a whole team picture. And Cam was running up and down the sidelines. There wasn’t none of that today. We played a football game today. I’m not even a trash talker, but when someone disrespects you and you get payback and then they can’t handle it, that’s glorious. If they could handle it, it would be cool. I probably wouldn’t have even ‘dabbed.’ But I was ‘dabbing’ in front of everybody.”
Panthers cornerback Josh Norman, who has been the subject of some criticism as well, downplayed the controversy.
“Ain’t no disrespect. They made one play that put them over in this game, and that was kind of a throw up,” Norman said, referring to Julio Jones‘ 70-yard touchdown reception. “We played our game, they played theirs. And they just had one more play than we did. That’s what it came down to. They had energy, and there was a little bit of luck. Those things happen.
“The first time, they were on our field. We came to their field. Hats off to those guys. They get paid, too. I have no comments about them. Julio is an amazing talent. I love playing against him — two of the best.”
“We take the allegation made today against Evander Kane very seriously,” the Sabres said in a statement. “We are gathering facts and have been in touch with the NHL and Evander’s representatives. Until we have more information we will not have any additional comment.”
The Buffalo News reported that the investigation is related to an alleged incident Sunday morning at a downtown hotel room.
Kane scored a goal in Sunday’s 6-3 victory over the Bruins at TD Garden. He has eight goals and five assists in 25 games this season.
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Dec. 28, 1963, which Red Sox infielder was named Comeback Player of the Year?
STAT OF THE DAY: 37.1 — Shooting percentage for the Knicks on Sunday as the Celtics captured a 100-91 victory
‘NET RESULTS (mobile users, check the website to see the videos): Stars forward Jamie Benn puts on a couple of nifty moves before Patrick Sharp scores against the Blues.
Blues goalie Brian Elliott makes an impressive glove save against Stars forward Ales Hemsky.
While his daughters participate in a puck-shooting contest between periods at Saturday’s Lightning game, their father, on leave from the Navy after a year away from home, gives them a surprise reunion.
TRIVIA ANSWER: First baseman Dick Stuart, who hit 42 home runs with a league-high 118 RBIs in his first season in Boston after coming over from the Pirates
SOOTHING SOUNDS: Former Box Tops lead singer Alex Chilton, who died in 2010, was born on this day in 1950.
Tom Brady joined Dino, Buck, and Andy to talk about yesterday's OT loss to the Jets, and he supports his friend, Peyton Manning
[0:00:31] ... that kind of competitive spirit continues to. Course through your veins. What TomBrady in overtime want. The chance to have the ball first before everybody else I know you're locked in through your coach on ... [0:01:05] ... don't think any you know as far as offense goes. As an epicgame wasn't like we early track of the ball opened on the field so. Hard that inspired your coach. I don't you know ... [0:10:48] ... winnable game. You know you don't agree that your. That that if MikeYork team prepped the team's. Outlook going into this game is different as a result of what happened yesterday. So in that if ... [0:21:15] ... sort of railroaded in his own controversy over the last year. Different PeytonManning seems like he may be going down that same road. After a report over the last night from the Al-Jazeera network I'm ...
Dino, Buck, and Andy Hart talk Star Wars' mega record, and with what percentage of Norovirus infected employees are you comfortable?
[0:05:59] ... he'll do it again a while ago I read this quote. Roman NationalFootballLeague head coach and I wish I knew who was it might have been Belichick. But I don't think was I would recall ... [0:08:01] ... and that was the the staunch defense that he chose over putting TomBrady on the field a defense that had Leonard Johnson to Von Wilson Richards and Coleman. In the defensive back this isn't exactly ... [0:10:54] ... is saying. We did what was in the best interest of the footballteam as there are different take on that yeah I will say one other factor here that I think is important is he ... [0:12:17] ... it is when Tompkins got hurt. Bill went over. And shook as HanikMilligan pat said hang in there it was usual right definitely noteworthy not gonna say unprecedented but I definitely noteworthy even more so ...
Dino, Steve Buckley, and Andy Hart have their flak jackets on as Pats fans react to yesterday's game
[0:00:11] ... walked in here that what have you would be it's honestly. In billBelichick's corner that what have you. Would. Offer a robust defense of what build it when they won the coin toss yesterday and ... [0:00:43] ... only thing built could have chosen to do that might have prevented TomBrady from ever touching the football game in overtime is what he did net shoes to up to detect. Here's the other thing I talk a little bit about field position because I think we are just sort of trying to read and listen between the lines when bill says we did what we thought was best at that time. That he was looking to create a little field position for his team since his defense out there and -- short field. Which with which TomBrady could be in a little bit and Gostkowski kicked the game winning field. That's sort of the general theme on Twitter that's ... [0:02:18] ... have all the confidence in. Why can't they stop the jets after TomBrady punts just like you expect them to stop the jets rank and overtime yes exactly put another way if BillBelichick trusted his defense so much. What difference would it make to the patriots had they taken the field after TomBrady had a chance to score three or 70 thanks the only difference. That's in the discussion is. If you take the ball ... [0:06:20] ... possession. He assumed they were gonna stop Ryan Fitzpatrick and you assume TomBrady could win with a few local and and by the way you know for for everything the defense was able to accomplish yesterday. Fitzpatrick was 25 a 41. Almost 300 yards. No interceptions and BrandonMarshall had eight catches. 115. Or so it's like their offense wasn't getting something done and they also run the ball with efficiency ...
Mike Mutnansky fills in for Mikey Adams and talks about the Al Jezeera report of HGH use in the NFL and with Peyton Manning in particular.
[0:00:01] ... for the week back next Monday mark what do you up until MondayNightFootball right here on W the obvious final Monday of the year hope you had a great Christmas. Our holiday whatever you celebrate ... [0:02:06] ... leap Peyton Manning. A break break came out and denied if placate MarkBrunell sort of crying on ESP answer like five minutes later. Peyton Manning tonight to Lisa salters and Tom Jackson is ready to ... [0:04:06] ... up here at Sports Radio WEP I'd take you right up until MondayNightFootball Bengals and Broncos hiding. They with the money children's expense. We had to order Claudia. Not a Peyton Manning training anyway obviously. ... [0:08:29] ... us burger and Antonio Brown who's just sick. Mark KV is Bryant HeathMiller gets every third down conversion the world that seems like. They seem pretty formal two. But the jets from yesterday jets. The ...
Dickerson and Chris Price talk about the Peyton Manning story from last night and today.
[0:00:43] ... just touched on it Chris with the Bill Gates and that being PeytonManning I don't know if you've seen some of the and outlying stories that have come out and since the overnight Ari Fleischer. And who used to work the White House. Is now part of PeytonManning's public. Relations between man that was that was interesting because Fleischer it at least historically has not had a great track record ... [0:02:11] ... gonna you know country are going forward or six. I quote from PeytonManning. As he told the Chris mortenson from ESPN quote. For the record I have never. Used eights GH. It absolutely never happened ... [0:05:07] ... going to be the main reason why you or your your typical. PeytonManning but pitchers or defenders. In the national media and around the country will look at this differently and will not you know ... [0:07:08] ... know your average athlete it's it's something that guys have taken before RodneyHarrison took a writing it would look at admiral runners did take it I don't know if you took it but he was ...
Field Yates joined the show to talk about today's divisional match up with the Jets, and the Peyton Manning story that broke last last night.
[0:01:37] ... before we even got the welder work unit possibility people I'd. Gary TomBrady and his reputation that he he needs to be banned from football wherever one fire BillBelichick all this ridiculous. And here we are all fifteen or so hours after the PeytonManning story. Broke if you will and keeping cab without Obi got. Feel that America as you to experience too much and knowledge ... [0:03:02] ... you with solo many protector is out there in the national media PeytonManning. Yeah I do I agree with you and if included that that really you know I helical fields point it's not so much. The fact that this story has come to light it it's going to be fascinating to see how which covered going forward in in the central front of something that a lot of people knowing nothing about having to pursue it. As vigorously both in the media as well as it is the NFL and pursued is vigorously. As they did with TomBrady and deplete the look it's two different situations to widely different incidents. But you know there are some similarities there and again ... [0:04:35] ... Chris. Feel with great point in watching this story not necessarily from PeytonManning standpoint. But from a media. Addict coverage. Not a standpoint. I think you're gonna see a lot of shade. Thrown out a ... [0:05:19] ... Public plays out ought to back to last night field and beat WashingtonRedskins and let this Tokyo April let's look at myself. The WashingtonRedskins. On the NFC east champions and I know I thought I guess there is much as I despise feel the New York ...