The guys reacted to the Tim Hasselbeck interview.
The guys talked about the World Series in Chicago over the weekend and Minihane lost his mind.
Gerry, Kirk and Mut talked about the Pats blow out win in Buffalo and Tom Brady called in to discuss his performance.
Tim joined Gerry, Kirk and Mut on a Patriots Monday and addressed several issues in the Josh Brown case.
Tom Brady joined Mut, Gerry and Kirk to discuss the big win in Buffalo.

Good morning, here is your Monday Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

Good morning, here is your Monday Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

NFL: Minnesota at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
NBA: Denver at Toronto, 7:30 p.m. (NBATV)
Soccer: Premier League, Swansea City at Stoke City, 3:55 p.m. NBCSN

Patriots 41, Bills 25
Bengals 27, Redskins 27
Texans 20, Lions 13
Chiefs 30, Colts 14
Chargers 27, Broncos 19
Cowboys 29, Eagles 23
Panthers 30, Cardinals 20
 Saints 25, Seahawks 20 
Jets 31, Browns 28
Raiders 30, Buccaneers 24
 Falcons 33, Packers 32
 Cubs 3, Indians 2
Warriors 106, Suns 100
 Pistons 98, Bucks 83
 Grizzlies 112, Wizards 103
Spurs 106, Heat 99
NBA: Thunder 113, Lakers 96
 Rockets 93, Mavericks 92
NBA: Clippers 88, Jazz 75
NHL: Panthers 5, Red Wings 2 
NHL: Sabres 3, Jets 1 
NHL: Rangers 6, Lightning 1 
NHL: Senators 2, Oilers 0
NHL: Flyers 4, Hurricanes 3
NHL: Islanders 5, Maple Leafs 1
NHL: Blackhawks 3, Kings 0
NHL: Capitals 3, Flames 1 


Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall

— Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall wants Joe Namath to pump the brakes on tweeting his critiques of the team before the game is over.

The Jets beat the Browns, 31-28, on Sunday, but were trailing by 13 at halftime when Namath took to Twitter to suggest the Jets put in another quarterback.

Tweeted Namath: Who thinks we should see Bryce Petty start the 2nd half? I know I do. It hurts to say this, but we’re not goin anywhere with Fitzpatrick.

Ryan Fitzpatrick went 3-for-14 with 30 yards in the first half when Namath sent the tweet. And Brandon Marshall had a problem with him jumping the gun.

“I ain’t going to fight with Joe, they’ll throw me out of the city,” Marshall said, before expressing his true feelings about Namath’s tweet. “Joe can’t say that! Come on Broadway.”

“I mean, it’s four quarters. I would ask Joe, can you reserve your comment until after the game,” Marshall went on. “That’s two weeks in a row that you’ve been wrong, Joe!”

Namath went after Jets quarterback Geno Smith last week for not re-entering the game after suffering a knee injury.

“I like Joe. I have his number, we talk,” Marshall said. “[But] come on, Joe. He got on Geno, too, last week when Geno had an ACL! But Joe I’m not fighting against you. For all the New York fans, I’m not going against Joe. But Joe, come on, you can’t say that.”

— It turns out hugging a referee warrants a penalty in the NFL.

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas found this out the hard way during Sunday’s loss to the Saints. Thomas recovered a fumble and ran it 34 yards for a touchdown and celebrated by handing the ball to a fan in the stands before running to an official and giving him a hug.

The referee, Alex Kemp, was not in a playful mood and flagged him for an unsportsmanlike penalty. Thomas didn’t even realize it until after the game.

“I just found out they penalized me for that,” Thomas said afterward. “I’m having fun, just excited about the moment. I only live three hours away from here. I’m just thinking like, ‘Man, everybody back home just saw me score.’ You never know what happens when you go into these games, and then the ball goes your way. Just an exciting moment. That’s just how I celebrated.”

However, the penalty for Thomas could have been worse.

The NFL rule for touching officials states, “Under no circumstances is an official to allow a player to shove, push, or strike him in an offensive, disrespectful, or unsportsmanlike manner. The player shall be disqualified from the game, and any such action must be reported to the Commissioner.”

— The Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner’s office said Saturday Jose Fernandez had cocaine in his system at the time of his fatal boat crash last month.

Fernandez also had a blood-alcohol level of .147. The legal limit in Florida is .08.

The 24 year-old suffered blunt-force trauma to the head torso as well as jaw and skull fractures.

Fernandez and two friends, Eduardo Rivero and Emilio Jesus, were killed in the Sept. 25 crash in Miami.

Jesus and Rivero had blood-alcohol levels below the legal limit, and Rivero had traces of cocaine in his system.

It is unknown who was driving the boat.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “I did see it. Yes I did, I did see it. I thought it was funny the ref didn’t want to pick it up. He was kicking it. Nobody wanted to reach down and grab it.” — Tom Brady, on the sex toy thrown on the field from the stands during the Patriots’ win over the Bills on Sunday

ON THIS DAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: On Halloween in 2004, the Patriots saw their 21-game win streak come to an end when the Steelers and rookie quarterback Ben Roethlisberger defeated them, 34-20. The streak was the longest in NFL history at the time. However, the Patriots got the last laugh when they won the Super Bowl that season.

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Lucy Burdge
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