Tim Hasselbeck talked to the guys about the Patriots' turnaround Sunday night and the play of Tom Brady.

[0:00:01] ... Dennis and Callahan with Manningham on a patriot Monday our conversation with Tim Hasselbeck is brought to you by Norfolk power equipment and Toshiba business equipment. This on the AT&T hotline good morning tell how are ...
[0:07:35] ... the Philadelphia Eagles drafted Kevin Kolb in the sector now. Or the Green Bay Packers drafted Aaron Rodgers when they drafted Aaron Rodgers probably going into the draft without -- expectation. That they word. Be getting him at that point if you look at if ...
[0:09:35] ... it's a free fall. For everybody that pushed the panic button on Tom Brady Tom Brady will not have been free -- he's too good. At least you won't diminish that quickly on a player that has the ability and knowledge should command all of that stops -- -- It like that it's going to be. You know it's going to be like or not to accomplish is dead wrong. Not true what happened to Tom Brady won't happen. Now -- who knows what the pitchers do they clearly. Like to be ahead of the curve when they move ...
[0:21:26] ... It was a yes yes -- are 6177797937. We already spoke with Tim Hasselbeck Tom Brady joins us at 930. Our fault lines are up halfway filled will talk with you next. ...

Tom Brady joined the show to discuss the Patriots' big win over the Bengals on Sunday night.

[0:02:45] ... big ask -- Dawkins who wins. When you -- he -- the touchdown pass and the goblet writer to speak yes at all what this is not good and but his new thing is to take on the -- was like that -- he has a run out of bounds is that you can upload crucial errors his shoulder makes them. Our conversation with Tom Brady is brought to you by northeast electrical distributors AT&T house lubricate her. Vigil federal credit union what can DC use a view ...
[0:10:49] ... that to ask this. What form what is the process Tom. That bulletin board material is is utilized in that locker room is -- spoken in meetings is literally something tacked up on a bulletin board how does bill and his staff. Get you people understand whatever information they think it's necessary for bulletin board material in that organization. Emblematic prediction that you are probably you know years ago -- and there -- -- -- at. Oh yeah. ...
[0:13:25] ... paragraph two because. I I have my doubts -- says sources said Tom Brady's uncomfortable with the personnel and coaching changes. The consequences have led to tensions between Brady in the coaching staff with Brady's input ...
[0:21:58] ... 2001 I don't equate or on the game at 2000. In my Super Bowl -- Nike. And -- so. It doesn't want to be he will be dug a pretty appropriate special Bubba actually. In the out I don't know what my -- put those. But. Yeah it it's. I got him that you and over a year. Our congratulations -- a big win last night we'll talk to next week Tom. Tom Brady with Dennis and Callahan on the AT&T hotline brought to you by AT&T northeast electrical distributors house lubricate her. Digital federal credit ...

The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.
The guys opened the show by discussing the Pats big win last night.

Here are the highlights from Monday’€™s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

– Four months before the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, three people at Logan Airport caught the al-Qaeda hijackers videotaping security checkpoints at the airport, according to a New York Post report. The eyewitnesses reported the suspicious actions to officials at Logan, but security did nothing to question the potential terrorists.

“It was a different time,” Callahan said. ‘€œDon’€™t you think?”

Said Minihane: “No one ever imagined that you could kill 3,000 people with a box cutter.”

– “Gone Girl,” which stars Ben Affleck, was the No. 1 movie at the box office this weekend, taking in $38 million. Despite the acclaim, Minihane said he wasn’t a fan of the flick.

“The ending was absolutely terrible, awful,” Minihane said. “One of the worst endings I’ve ever seen in a movie.”

“What do you give it, grade?” asked Dennis.

“C-plus,” replied Minihane. “And it’€™s too bad because I’€™m a great admirer of David Fincher, the director of the film. He couldn’t save it. It didn’t work.”

– Comedian Sarah Silverman hosted “Saturday Night Live,” a show for which she once was a cast member. While the hosts admitted the opening monologue usually is not funny, Silverman’€™s took unfunny to another level.

“New heights of disappointment,” Callahan said.

Continued Callahan: “But Sarah Silverman does the monologue, and I’€™m thinking, ‘€˜This is going to be good. Not only will it be good, but it’€™ll be dangerous.’€™ Tomorrow we’€™d be talking about she’€™s in trouble. Network censors are in trouble. She bombed like I’ve never seen anyone bomb before.”

“Not a good start to the year, two episodes in,” Minihane said.

– The Coast Guard rescued a man off the coast of Florida who attempted to run from the U.S. to Bermuda. Reza Baluchi tried to run on water in a “hydro pod” to raise money for children in need, but he got tired and signaled for help.

“He failed, failed at his mission,” Callahan said. “€œI want to see him run through occupied Iraq or Yemen.”

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