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We discuss the two tight-end set, the Patriots struggles and the Superbowl with the man that would beat Rick Mears in a race driving a bus... DITKA
We discuss Pete Carroll's legacy in New England and whether or not he's become a different coach now that he's in charge for the Seattle Seahawks.
a result, that year was a radical reset at the receiver position with newcomers Reche Caldwell , Jabar Gaffney and Doug Gabriel , to go along with holdovers like Troy Brown , Ben Watson and Kevin Faullk. Almost predictably, in four of the first six
within one scoring drive of a Super Bowl appearance with an underwhelming receiving corps that included Reche Caldwell , Doug Gabriel and Jabar Gaffney . The following offseason, the Patriots acquired Moss, Welker and Donte’ Stallworth, and while they
Fed up with the lack of ability outside, Brady got his wish and the team jettisoned the likes of Reche Caldwell and Doug Gabriel , replacing them with Randy Moss , Wes Welker and Donte' Stallworth. There was no need to dink and dunk any longer
after they arrive: You either get it ( Wes Welker , Randy Moss ), or you don’t ( Joey Galloway , Donald Hayes, Doug Gabriel ). It’s too early to tell where the relationship between Tom Brady and Chad Ochocinco is headed. While the receiver appears
years of Randy Moss — and, to a lesser extent, Jabar Gaffney ) or miserable failures ( Joey Galloway , Donald Hayes, Doug Gabriel ). To his credit, Ochocinco appears to be sincere about being part of the first group: He has not missed a practice since he
Derrick Burgess from the Raiders in exchange for offensive lineman Al Johnson.) Sept. 2, 2006: Acquired wide receiver Doug Gabriel from the Raiders for an undisclosed draft pick. (Later that same month — one day after the start of the regular season
clear the player has nothing left, and there was a reason why the Raiders let him go. (Locally, Andrew Walter and Doug Gabriel come to mind.) Other times, it’s clear he was just a bad fit in Oakland, a team where many veterans have said
before switching to No. 81 in a trade with Johnson prior to the start of the 2011 season. Tyson DeVree (2008) and Doug Gabriel (2006) also wore No. 85. Leon Washington: 33. Like No. 24 and No. 80, No. 33 has a special place in recent
player has nothing left, and there was a reason why the Raiders let him go. (In the case of the Patriots, players like Doug Gabriel come to mind.) Other times, it’s clear he was just a bad fit in Oakland, a team where many veterans have said
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Chris Price discuss the latest development at Patriots training camp. Chris says Darrelle Revis has looked great, and that his impact on the defense is actually being underplayed nationally.
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Chris Price discuss Rob Gronkowski's meeting with the media on Friday. Gronk said he doesn't anticipate changing the way he plays, noting that he wants to "keep smashing and dashing."
Julian Edelman joins Merloni, Fauria, and Benz after Patriots training camp.
Jackie Mac joins the guys to discuss her thoughts on a possible mid-season tournament in the NBA, LeBron's return to Cleveland, trade rumors with the Celtics and Red Sox, and Darrelle Revis' contract situation.
Jackie MacMullan of ESPN Boston to talk about the Lebron James Saga, the possibility of Rajon Rondo being traded, and the future of Marcus Smart.
Former coach of Celtics 1st-round pick Marcus Smart, Travis Ford joins MFB to talk about what Celtics fans should expect from the strong point guard. Among other things, Coach Ford says Smart will be a hard worker, and will improve his shooting ability.
Tim Kurkjian joins the program to discuss the Red Sox options at the trade deadline.
Kevin Millar joins Merloni, Fauria, and Benz to discuss David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia's struggles, and Jon Lester's contract.
Rob Bradford is joined by WEEI.com Bruins beat writer DJ Bean, as well as Boston sports fan/blogger Turtleboy to talk all things Bruins free agency. With the B's recent moves, the conversation turns to where the Bruins might next turn and what kind of dent losing Jarome Iginla and Shawn Thornton might make.
DJ discusses Shawn Thornton's new deal, and the on going negotiations with Jerome Iginla
DJ Bean joins the program to dismiss the recent rumors that the Bruins are in discussions to trade Brad Marchand to the Sharks for Patrick Marleau
John, Gerry, and Steve DeOssie discuss Tom Brady's impact on the rest of the Patriots, plus Steve tells tales from his old days as a NFL linebacker
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Clay Buchholz and Felix Doubront certainly put on quite the pitching performance, as the Red Sox were trounced by the Jays. Does this change the team's approach to the trade deadline?
Christian tells a story about taking his girlfriend to see "Jersey Boys" in NYC, but he leaves out some crucial details. Luckily, she was listening and called the show to clarify exactly what kind of shenanigans he was trying to pull.
MFB discuss a Peter King article that suggests many NFL coaches and assistant coaches have felt increasing pressure over big-money fantasy football players. Christian also weighs in specifically on how his knowledge of game-plans resulted directly in him winning his first season as a fantasy football player.
The Sox lost 14-1 as Clay Buchholz and Felix Doubront both had awful performances. On the heels of the loss, rumors began to fly regarding Jon Lester and John Lackey possibly being traded.
The tweet is a little ominous sounding. Dale, Buck and Greg Dickerson discuss what very well could be the end of the Jon Lester era with the Boston Red Sox.
We tackle four topics all sparked by the Red Sox worst to first to worst run in 2012-2014.
We talk about the latest news surrounding Jon Lester and the Red Sox. Could he be dealt to the Dodgers?
Mut and Villani are talking about whether the Red Sox will give Jon Lester the type of contract he is looking for, or whether they might be shopping him with rumors of the Red Sox scouting Cole Hamels.
Mut and Villani are talking about the MLB All Star Game, Adam Wainwright and Derek Jeter, and what are some of the worst ideas in sports.
Sam and Zach discuss changing the format of the Podcast, the Chris Archer-David Ortiz debacle, and LeBron James being a super genius
Particularly in a year where the Red Sox have struggled while trying to integrate numerous young players into regular big league roles, accusations that Red Sox prospects are overrated -- whether by the team or writers -- have been widespread. Jim Callis of MLB.com joins the show to take stock of the matter, and to discuss the team-building impact of overrating and underrating prospects.
With the trade deadline looming, the next few days will be defined by how teams value prospects -- and their potential long-term contributions -- against big leaguers with established track records who can address immediate needs. Are prospects being valued accurately? Red Sox left-hander Andrew Miller -- once one of the two key chips that sent Miguel Cabrera from the Marlins to the Tigers -- assesses the matter.
Rob gave the latest on Jon Lester trade talks and the flap between Ortiz and the Rays.More from this show