We check in with Big Vince on a Patriots Monday after win one of the season over the Minnesota Vikings.

[0:00:03] ... Radio WEEI. -- happy to be joined now by patriots defensive lineman Vince Wilfork. Vince is sponsored by big wide world class market every time I go to my big -- -- -- expenses -- picture ...
[0:00:36] ... a way to turn things around in and do a better job. Tedy Bruschi said -- not go crazy in Minnesota Vikings aren't you know world class caliber but they are an NFL franchise had to do against them. And we do pretty well ...
[0:05:03] ... it time. If it -- Do you have any opinions on the Adrian Peterson case away and I'd go right back. Lot of stories about. And stories and pictures by Adrian Peterson. Is alleged to have done -- -- term our hearts are not -- to a because everybody have their own opinion. And ...
[0:07:11] ... and he you have. Good to see events thank you guys -- Vince Wilfork is sponsored by big Y world class market and joins us every Monday on a patriots money here to -- stadium as ...






An impassioned Dale Arnold and Michael Holley discuss the child abuse case of Adrian Peterson, and how the Vikings wasted little time in reinstating him to active duty after sitting him for one week vs the Patriots.
An impassioned Dale Arnold and Michael Holley discuss the child abuse case of Adrian Peterson, and how the Vikings wasted little time in reinstating him to active duty after sitting him for one week vs the Patriots.

[0:00:19] ... about the and that is because the. Vikings are set this morning Matt Cassel at quarterback next weekend. Second attempt from zone thirty story here back to past -- in the air intercepted by -- -- ...
[0:01:09] ... coming up we can't beat the patriots. Ran -- activate or deactivate Adrian Peterson. Is gonna lose this game anyway. Save AP's legs. You know unlike eight. There will come back and we'll activate Peterson for ...
[0:02:14] ... were much thought and consideration -- about it during the game when Matt Cassel threw another interception rate they can parent. And his -- -- game's over with let's talk more body. I terms that turned ...
[0:03:22] ... thought about for the patriots were in Arizona right we're in Arizona Adrian Peterson was on radio row hawking some product doing something can't. Remember what it was but he came by an interviewer that he shook. Our hands. I never wanna -- -- shake Adrian Peterson and again that's how that's how forceful was publishing demand and the jerk you know I don't want to shake that guy's hand and never went. After that at the end of interview -- like art manipulator. I get to the pound is up like I had not been market shake your hand so the hand. Of Adrian Peterson is enough. 44 year old it absolutely is enough. So -- is that a four year old -- I don't know in ...






We check in with former Patriot and current ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi for his take on a week of bad news in the NFL, and his thoughts on the Patriots rebound win over the Minnesota Vikings.
We check in with former Patriot and current ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi for his take on a week of bad news in the NFL, and his thoughts on the Patriots rebound win over the Minnesota Vikings.

[0:00:04] ... this time we talked with former patriots linebacker current ESPN NFL analyst. Tedy Bruschi proudly presented by Joey Kramer -- -- Smith's rocket and -- and coffee. And by shots. Spend Shaw's star market -- we ...
[0:00:44] ... live show and just as we got off the the news about Adrian Peterson. Came out and. Just after the week that we had already gone through and some of the discussions that we had I ...
[0:03:18] ... hard time welcoming him. In to my locker room and -- but Adrian Peterson. Let them Minnesota Vikings and he gets reinstated and he's probably with the team right now I mean Tuesday's that they often I don't know how ...
[0:04:27] ... out the door with me now now that you bring him back Adrian Peterson you're saying overweight due process. When I can get wins we've been read the report and knows what he did to a ...






After Saturday nights big win at home against USC, Coach Addazio joined the show to discuss how BC imposed their will on their will on USC, and how important it is for the region to care about college football.

[0:00:20] ... Premieres -- there -- rightfully so. Refrain from patriots Monday talk of college football and -- Maloney Christian Fauria. I'm 937 WEEI you heard the play by play an 850 WEEI broadcast partner and am side -- Boston College pulled off an upset of USC on Saturday night. A real nice break from what had been a week long of surfing through the muck and mire of the pro game. College game giving us quite a highlight here locally is BC surprised. USC with a victory in Chestnut Hill their coach Steve does -- joins us right now. When I was for you coach not only because the victory against USC ...
[0:03:46] ... when the number one sport America's pro football and reduce or America's college football and you can be in that environment on Saturday night here from Boston when we all these unbelievably passionate football fans out ...
[0:06:16] ... impact Ivy League degree. But -- wanna play at the highest level college football we -- the old guys that really. It really excites them that they're going to be on the team in the come ...
[0:07:35] ... you know it's professional town. How does Boston College athletics south Boston College football -- in the -- out of the correct in that as are talking about. The professional sports do you think that can be done in this city. I mean I know it hit the I get everytime I hear that honestly like you just like I don't get it because. Number four America's college football and also just got some of the most passionate. Football fans are the country. What I don't understand that flight late goal on the patriots. Because he's great -- on the patriots in the Red Sox and everybody it's great I think it's fantastic. Well what are your major college football team because we have a major college program here in the big east big. And it could -- that it's not a beautiful weather there is unbelievable college football fans. -- I'll be that great environment and be a part of the unbelievably exciting Saturday night. And I saw that spotlight ...






At a concert this weekend, Kanye West ordered that the whole crowd stand up, and that the show would not continue until EVERYBODY was standing. He didn't realize the venue was wheelchair accessible, and that he was yelling at 2 disabled fans. Also Christian and Joey set the table for a karaoke showdown.

Here are the highlights from Monday’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.

– Rapper Kanye West stopped a show in Australia because he was unhappy that some people would not stand during his performance. He announced that he would not start his next song until everyone was standing, and when he spotted two people who did not comply, he called them out. It eventually came to light that the individuals were handicapped, something West felt the need to confirm by sending a member of his security team into the crowd.

“What would make you go to his concert?” Fauria wondered. “Losing a bet? Being forced to do it as some sort of jail sentence? I mean, ‘No, your honor, I’d rather go to jail than go to one of his concerts.’ ”

Agreed Benz: “I would never go to a Kanye show, no.”

– Fauria challenged producer Joe Zarbano to a karaoke sing-off Friday night at the Hong Kong restaurant at Faneuil Hall.

“Yeah, because I’ve kind of just had it with him,” Fauria said of Zarbano, noting that Zarbano has been teasing him and didn’t invite him to play on his softball team.

Zarbano revealed that he would be using the song “Laid,” and he played a clip of the Matt Nathanson version that was featured in the “American Pie” movies.

“You’re dead,” Fauria said of Zarbano’s chances in the competition. “You can’t hit any of these tunes, and you can’t even play it off, like, badly. … I don’t know, I think you might need to rethink this song.”

Fauria said he’s planning to sing a 1980′s classic, “The Pina Colada Song.”

– A man in California was arrested for stalking and animal cruelty charges after allegedly stealing his ex-girlfriend’s dog, cooking it and serving it to her for dinner. He also left the dog’s severed paws on her doorstep.

Ryan Watenpaugh, 34, allegedly physically assaulted the woman after an argument on Aug. 4. The woman left, and when she returned her Pomeranian was gone. About a month later, the couple briefly reconciled and Watenpaugh cooked the woman a meal. He later texted her, “How’s your dog taste?” He also taunted her about what he planned to do with the rest of the remains, and she saw him drop off the paws on her doorstep.

“This is a guy that should probably go to jail forever,” Merloni said. “Because I will guarantee if he ever gets out will do that to humans.”

Joked Benz: “Two-game suspension, minimum.”

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Julian Edelman had 6 catches and a TD to help the Pats even their record at 1-1. He spoke with Lou, Christian, and Tim to talk about Chandler Jones' lightning speed on the FG block return.
The Pats had a big win on Sunday, defeating former back up Matt Cassel and the Vikings 30-7. Jones contributed to the win with a FG block just before the half, that he returned for a TD. He talked about the turnaround and how the defense shored up some of it's mistakes they made in the previous week.

[0:00:34] ... scoop and score. Chandler Jones -- this and I threw seven WEI. Bill Belichick after the game Chandler said we work on that all the time in practice it was good to see the practice payoff ...
[0:03:19] ... mind. That was on the moments don't decline and cooked and yet. Jerry Jones -- this under the patriots pitcher's mound and at present an idea about your play on defense besides just the field goal ...
[0:08:57] ... and all of this and it very good all three facets give offense defense special teams. They're very count and it into a lot of things are very explosive top hundred football amendments them. You know and in ...