We talk some Celtics as the trade talks heat up with the mention of Dwight Howard amidst trade rumors.
Based off a poll of NFL players, we do some Super Bowl dreaming of our own.
We close out our show with the best soundbites of the day.

[0:01:31] ... well burn my name by huge ratings it was the lowest rated TV show in the history of the networks a lower than. Some like fourth of July re Rondo. Like the animal or super trade ...
[0:02:51] ... record though before we do suspicions about what may have happened before Super Bowl 36 is there anything anyone can say to you to get you to say OK it was claim there was nothing that ...
[0:03:57] ... out which means round and keep him. Except there I. The court Super Bowl week that means daily press conferences all remember both teams. Now a lot of questions are often repeated and indicates that the ...
[0:05:20] ... record some liners are Broncos team meet island soured it eagerly anticipated Super Bowl. BP paid AFC champion Brock god I'm here obviously the time in quite focus. The. Am free now they say we got ...






Based off a poll of NFL players, we do some Super Bowl dreaming of our own.

[0:00:47] ... NFL players like. If you had one pass to throw and a Super Bowl to win the game which quarterback would you want throwing that pass and by the way Tom Brady won me the polling ...
[0:02:21] ... it sent portal like what I at all like to see. Winner Super Bowl most of us very confused by the way it loud and I've got an eagle would you trust who would you like ...
[0:04:00] ... you're hurting here. February 3 2016. Chip Kelly. We'll be in a Super Bowl so it does. Say good things about me but I think Bruce variance because I pictured Jimmer seats at exploding at the ...
[0:07:43] ... know it yet I don't know arrived there with guys such a Bill Belichick player. But of all over the field telecheck we have so much fun Belichick Patricia. We're cool don't match. Tremendous. Brain and I just I just happy to see. You would I would not lose with any of our three our choice now you'll and a guy with any of that I'm gonna say that right now Luke equally is the best Boston College player. Ever in the NFL. I mean at night and awhile what would Doug Flutie Diddy Diddy. Bloody nose tackle. They're urging you to automate five probable survived it all pros that is correct about it I ...






We close out our show with the best soundbites of the day.

[0:01:31] ... well burn my name by huge ratings it was the lowest rated TV show in the history of the networks a lower than. Some like fourth of July re Rondo. Like the animal or super trade ...
[0:02:51] ... record though before we do suspicions about what may have happened before Super Bowl 36 is there anything anyone can say to you to get you to say OK it was claim there was nothing that ...
[0:03:57] ... out which means round and keep him. Except there I. The court Super Bowl week that means daily press conferences all remember both teams. Now a lot of questions are often repeated and indicates that the ...
[0:05:20] ... record some liners are Broncos team meet island soured it eagerly anticipated Super Bowl. BP paid AFC champion Brock god I'm here obviously the time in quite focus. The. Am free now they say we got ...






This video is neither trending nor especially topical. Other than the fact I worked with a comic who did a hilarious bit about his son’s addiction to Thomas the Tank Engine and it jogged my memory of this weird, compellingly dark piece of editing, I have no reason to post it. But it is genius. You don’t need an excuse to enjoy a creepily grim compilation of Thomas train crashes set to Drowning Pool’s “Let the Bodies Hit the Floor” besides it’s own obvious awesomeness. I apologize for nothing.

I also raised two sons on Thomas. And never realized how violent it is. It’s a miracle those boys aren’t in therapy.

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Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton

 

NESNIt’€™s safe to say Marshall Faulk will never get over the St. Louis Rams‘€™ loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI. Faulk has been outspoken over the years about Spygate, suggesting the scandal might have played a role in the Patriots’€™ ability to defeat the heavily favored Rams in February 2002.

The former Rams running back wasn’€™t quite as pointed Tuesday when pressed on the issue by ProFootballTalk’€™s Mike Florio, but Faulk doesn’€™t sound ready to wipe the slate clean, either. “€œWe could all see the tapes and see what they saw and that would end it,” Faulk said on Radio Row leading up to Super Bowl 50. “But we know that’€™s not possible.”

There’s not much that could fill my heart with joy and wonder today, but this is doing it for me. The fact that still, to this day, 14 years after the fact, Marshall Faulk’s steps are haunted by losing the Patriots is absolutely taking me to Pleasuretown. The fact that this bitter, angry, ungracious troll still can’t get over the fact he was on the losing end of an all time great upset and lost fair and square is my Ecstacy, and I don’t ever want to get clean.

It would tragic if it wasn’t so funny. Faulk continues to struggle to come to grips with reality and instead is substituting his own. Seeing cameras where there were none, secret tapes that never existed and ghosts standing behind him in the bathroom mirror. It’s fabulous. And so much more fun than if, say, he was gracious and magnanimous and congratulated the Patriots on outplaying his team.

Granted, I’m still down about the Patriots losing the AFC title game. And nothing can take the sting of that away. But the fact Marshall Faulk is still talking Spygate and carrying on with Crygate helps. I love those sweet tears of unfathomable sadness…

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Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
Recapping the morning show's interview with news anchor Maria Stephanos and all the drooling that ensued.

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[0:02:11] ... we have DO CNN Toledo you know get a system she starts tomorrow night's on nine channel five in this event she's on and it's great to have her back. The French just greatest. Night great ...
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After a Goodell-hatred montage at the top, the guys continue to discuss the NFL & Goodell's decision to not check PSI every game.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Rams have discussed the possibility of bringing Peyton Manning to Los Angeles next season. While many suspect Manning will retire after this year, if he does give it a go in 2016 he apparently already is drawing interest outside of Denver.

Writes Schefter: Manning still must decide whether he wants to play again, and the Rams still are formulating their quarterback plans. But they are monitoring the Manning situation, per a source, which is a sign that the Broncos quarterback could have options next season.

It also sets up the possibility — even if it is remote — that Manning could finish his career in Southern California just as former Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas did with the San Diego Chargers in 1973 and former New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath did with Los Angeles Rams in 1977.

The Rams quarterbacks entering 2016 are Case Keenum, Nick Foles and Sean Mannion. Needless to say, if Manning were to sign with the Rams he would be stepping right into a starting role with the team.

While Manning recently told Bill Belichick that this could be his “last rodeo,” it remains to be seen if he will give it one more shot next season.

Blog Author: 
Travis Upham