Dale & Holley
Featured audio clips from the Dale & Holley show, weekdays 2 - 6 p.m., on Boston's WEEI Sports Radio.
Dale and Holley's Final Drive - 9-29-14
We bring you the stuff you might have missed that we didn't have a chance to touch on today.
Greg Dickerson Steve DeOssie Chris price Tom. That to bring you late Monday Night Football addition of NFL Sunday. And will have a football game to talk about tomorrow Vince Wilfork will join us through Teddy Bruschi will join us Bill Belichick will join us -- electric knight's tale like the Patriots defense has got to play well. I -- still is gonna play
How does a professional athlete fall in the shower and need surgery? aka somebody get Rondo a bath mat
We discuss the Rajon Rondo injury and conspiracy theories, and whether or not his tale about falling in the shower holds any water. Get it? Shower... water? Nevermind.
just -- -- got to ask. When everybody else's and cap and Rajon Rondo but he -- -- in the shower not have a shot in the shower. No not ever since a couple of little
dumb question your hygiene you don't take as many showers as the Rajon Rondo who has been known. The shower five times a day -- sometimes. 4045. Minutes and it's so he should be well practiced
he left there. Fine thank you very much no issues with the Rajon Rondo when he left trampoline place. Now the guy you're gonna say yeah yeah -- know there can't try to protect rexrodt Rondo
Dale and Holley's Four at Four - Memorable Goodbyes Edition - 9-29-14
We tackle four topics all inspired by Derek Jeter's long goodbye.
it was it was crazy. You've got to see you -- YouTube Kanye West in concert. Michael Jordan -- Must see or. Buffy lets think crazy too. Extremely. -- from one player who retired multiple times
Michael Irvin: Offensive line breakdowns for the Patriots contributing to all sort of offensive problems
We check in with the great 88 Michael Irvin on a Patriots Friday and talk about the Patriots, and all things NFL.
top of the hour 4 o'clock we'll talk with former patriots linebacker Willie McGinest . That's still to come here on Sports Radio WE yeah.
Can the Patriots offensive line get better given their current level of talent (and coaching)?
Tom E Curran from CSNNE sits in with Dale and Holley and we discuss the most pressing issue for the 2014 New England Patriots offense... the play of the line.
issue with this what do you think. We're we're we're different when Willie McGinest was on earlier talking about elected analyze things from all sides and get all the information that I can't perform your conclusion. Some very very familiar to me. Sounds like something Bill Belichick respect. We're thinking I mean that's that's his whole coaching philosophy talks to everybody so if he goes into you guys keep saying undercutting. Now -- -- did a little cleaner than it did during the break. -- he can't go into that room and undercut the group real -- he couldn't go into the room and say it in front of the players. But a Bill Belichick has a sheet of information and he is saying to decode glioma during the coaches in the coaches meetings happen all I happen all the time. Several -- today that we need to do this for you do that we need to do that. The offensive line coach doc and ask him why offensive line coach is gonna say it's -- -- -- today. No that's ridiculous. Is he he he he's not certainly gonna ask him where he got his information. He's working for Bill Belichick the pick your formation in the world what it. -- create in this. The patriots and not gonna sit around and be
Willie McGinest: I trust the commissioner, and I trust the NFL will make things better
We check in with former Patriot and NFL Network analyst Willie McGinnest, who was part of a panel of former players brought in by Roger Goodell this week to help contribute to helping the NFL learn from and grow from the mistakes and controversies it's faced the past month.
and patriots now an analyst newseum on. NFL network and other places Willie McGinest is with this -- it's dale Michael and Tom how -- I'm great Mary resort to -- I saw public interest that
got revenue. You take care of -- as a former patriots linebacker Willie McGinest now the NFL network one of the eleven people. Called -- to a meeting with Roger Goodell on Michael Freeman riding on
Who are going to be -- -- not Charles way you know Willie McGinest not -- report shake these little ones you have to have his or come to Jesus meeting with. To help everybody understand.
Did Bill Simmons plan his suspension like a WWE storyline, or is he really the 'last angry man'?
We discuss the Bill Simmons suspension and whether or not this entire affair was just a publicity stunt, given the fact that nearly every person with an opinion in America believes that Roger Goodell lied.
lot of people not just that he SP and other places well Tedy Bruschi called for the commissioner to resign. Almost immediately and -- -- yes via. So it's a stop -- this you know at
called Roger Goodell -- -- -- Again that's not suspend belief. Which Tedy Bruschi called -- -- to resign. On live TV and on Europe people on their own pregame show on the Monday night countdown
The Derek Jeter Award Tour - Mercifully Ending This Sunday
We discuss the word you've heard more of than any other in sports the past few days... Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter Jeter.
the commercial break onion sports killed again. They had a couple of Derek Jeter reports on onion sports one is that they announced that Derek Jeter is the 47 greatest Yankee -- time. And -- was. Derek Jeter announces that 2012 will be his last decent season in Major League Baseball. I don't think it away there's almost then this
all time which clearly he's not close and and by the way Derek Jeter never said he was -- was either sell. -- -- almost at the point now were right think that got the -- action this whole thing has swung the other way. Where it started out all this is just too damn positive this has to smiley and sun shining. We gotta say some bad stop and -- people laugh. Today is that a bad thing to say that Derek Jeter was never the best player of his generation and that I don't understand all the adulation. And and love towards -- player
in is yankees lifetime. He's the greatest Yankee of his yankees like Mariano Rivera is for me now I understand some people look at. Relief pitching in everyday players differently and and that's of perfectly valid argument. For -- Rivera was. Not just the greatest -- his lifetime he's the greatest player to ever play his position in the history of Major League Baseball. Derek Jeter's not like it's -- Derek Jeter wasn't even the best shortstop. In big on the left side is -- right exactly how to better shortstop to recruit better and better shortstop during his time the Yankees on up to and well I feel somewhat better now -- -- I don't care about Yankee fans. I will able watch with a bemused expression on my faces Yankee fans will be at. As a texture here says. It it's gonna look like the eighteenth hole for the reverend in the movie caddy should occur at a that's what it's gonna be like Yankee Stadium and they're going to be playing this thing. I understand it by the way. I understand. This is his last game at Yankee Stadium this is the last opportunity. I mean. Major League Baseball screwed this thing up because Major League Baseball should have insured but the last series of the season. Was at Yankee state felt like they didn't know that Derek Jeter was retiring all they did at the time they did this -- -- like what now August or so I and then
Dale and Holley's Four at Four - Sports Media Meltdown Edition - 09/25/14
We tackle four topics all sparked by Bill Simmons (likely scripted) WWE style meltdown where he dared his employers to suspend him.
I commit to our brand new lovely studios. And clean up after Mike Adams for fifteen minutes. Fifteen minutes there are. Cups there is important paper there are should not relax. Various phone. There are handy
John Farrell: Trade of Jon Lester was the most challenging part of this season
We check in with the skipper, Red Sox manager John Farrell as the season winds down. We get his take on the young nature of this team, the offseason moves this team needs to make, Derek Jeter and much more.
and that's part of the goals of this offices of. You think Dustin Pedroia -- back. Doing his thing I mean there's been some questions about him his production numbers have numbers say he's going the other way for four straight years. Well I think when you look at him re having a surgery there's real reasons why that you know the last two years of have I have had a little bit of a pullback offensively because of the injuries he sustained but you thought you know. When you live in Boston you hear some of the talk and to think that someone might suggest moving and Dustin Pedroia that in that that I I find that. I wanna say just comical. But I think what this guy a means to us and the performance that he brings and and the leader that he is. A Dustin Pedroia is critical to to the Red Sox going for the -- -- comical. -- -- I did if you want to give -- we have talented producers clearly and completely out of you need to. -- Yeah I'm on I think you get my point that Dustin Pedroia you know one. You you make references to the last couple years and you when you consider that he's steadily -- -- an issue with the -- that's been affecting gas was about. It's been repaired he's in great. Spirits right now the range of motion continues to to get back to normal the strength -- -- -- a full offseason. To regain the strength it's normally been there. And we're looking forward yet to fully. Full strength Dustin Pedroia back on the line up next year it's been a real pleasure talking -- all season long we appreciate as always the