Christian checks in from Washington and the guys discuss which players they are looking forward to seeing in tonight's preseason opener.
Lou and Tim react to Ben Cherington's appearance on Dennis & Callahan. Tim doesn't think the Red Sox are willing to spend the money needed to land a top of the line starter.
Syracuse was rated the number 1 party school in the country. The guys go over and review the Hot-Crazy Matrix. Christian kinda-sorta believes in ghosts.
Buster Olney doubts Tom Werner's ability to take the heat as an MLB commissioner, but likes the fact that he was an owner, and NOT an administrator. He also touched on the addition of Yoenis Cespedes to the Red Sox roster and some of the concerns with Cuban-born players.

[0:00:49] ... You know I've covered Tom when he -- the owner of the San Diego Padres back in the early nineties and you guys know. They edit your and that job you basically going to be out there and I have no problem you know taken -- In my impressionable time common -- he's been from that time that. He would -- my government San Diego Padres had gone -- -- was you know we speak report to the fires they would trade Fred McGriff and. Trade Gary Sheffield and and made a lot of movement and he basically went. You know he just didn't make himself available. And if you're ...
[0:07:23] ... yeah there was definitely mean this is not at all reflection about Jon Lester. But they were people. In that clubhouse who really bomb that's that's that is frustrated. They felt like he was -- good ...
[0:10:32] ... keep their eyes on as the off season approaches here not just Jon Lester we're talking about -- -- removal Lackey is created. Quite a few vacancies -- starting rotation I'll be honest for the what ...
[0:11:36] ... athlete like he could be one of those guys you know like Bronson Arroyo he's gonna pitch for a five year exceeded. You know he's gonna pitch for 1012 more years but the back and rotations ...






Jason Cole's report yesterday was music to the ear's of Patriot fans who want to see a dominant CB in Gillette for years to come. Jason talks about that report and mentions the type of money that Revis will be looking for.

[0:02:23] ... the best in the league like a San Francisco like -- like. Seattle Seahawks. All of America. Were a lot older none of that class are you showed -- my dreams and hopes these. That the ...
[0:04:13] ... go about what will just ship now kemba picked it's one of Super Bowl to be completely assembled absolutely. Jason Michael are better prepared for it. But that is ages go this from Bleacher Report Jason I wanted it back the readers think ...




Jason Cole, Bleacher Report, said yesterday that Robert Kraft pulled Revis aside to talk about extending the veteran CB. Without even playing a single exhibition game, never mind a regular season one, the Pats have presumably seen enough and are ready to shore up their defensive backfield for the foreseeable future.
Broken phones are a modern-day tragedy. Christian and Lou smuggle food and drinks into the movies. Also, MFB discusses protocol and etiquette for one night stands, sleepovers, and cuddling.
CSNNE's Tom Curran joins MFB to refute the point that the optimism surrounding Patriots training camp is too high. Although,he does throw a little cold water on Mike Mayock's opinion of back-up QB Ryan Mallett.

[0:00:21] ... everybody down -- man handle it. The Redskins clearly likes the fact Tom Brady was on their field today in the animated comic -- Guess -- -- -- tells me last night that Comcast is so ...
[0:07:10] ... about it last year. They're just kicking the living tar out of Philadelphia Eagles the games are the -- on the ball six straight times scored touchdowns. Measured up to John Jackson. Takes it past. From Michael Vick and scores -- sent on to lead. -- going over to the running back situation. What's a realistic opportunity for James -- ...
[0:09:32] ... still. And he didn't do -- or. There's a market that the Bill Belichick is desirous of a market being created but right now what he would like bailout Bill Belichick close. It might that a little bit backstretch. Well that about it -- that would that would mean that drop below if ...





MFB take a look at some of the "Hate-Maps" that have surfaced recently. The Bruins seem to be hated the most domestically, AND around the world. Patriot hate is strong in Asia and South America. MFB and the callers try to posit some theories as to why these trends have developed.
With so many reports coming out of camp the Patriots are running on all cylinders... you have to wonder if there is TOO much optimism. Some analysts are saying that they'll have a top-5 defense, and others are saying that back-up, Ryan Mallett, could be a legitimate starter.