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Former Patriot great Rodney Harrison joined the show to discuss Peyton Manning's lackluster performance in Super Bowl 48.
Former Patriots full-back Heath Evans sat down on Radio Row with Mut and Lou to talk about Marshall Faulk's comments yesterday, and "abso-friggen-lutely" thinks Wes Welker was trying to send a message with his hit on Talib.
Welker of the last six years played for the 2001-04 teams you think they wouldn't have won three Super Bowls? And if David Tyree hadn't made his deal with the devil the MVP of Super Bowl XLII very possibly could have been Welker, who had 11 catches
million deal with the Patriots that spring, and he had an absolutely terrific first season with the Patriots -- if David Tyree doesn’t hold on to the ball at the end of Super Bowl XLII, you can make an argument for him as the MVP of that game
Patriots need a Super Bowl to lessen the stench of Spygate is to believe that videotaping the Giants would have prevented David Tyree from making that catch. Anyone believe that? How about the throw from Manning to Manningham last year? Does Wes Welker
throws when it counted, including key connections with David Tyree , Plaxico Burress and Mario Manningham . 4. Ben Dreith ..... reminisced about his time with Oakland owner Al Davis . 3. David Tyree : The guy on the list who has done the least. The Giants
yards and a TD (I still maintain Wes Welker -- 11 catches, 103 yards -- and not Brady would've won MVP if not for David Tyree ). The two regular-season matchups? Manning is 42-of-71 for 501 yards, six TDs and two picks, Brady 60-of-91
to the Giants special teams. Clark Judge of CBS Sports looks at the similarities between Manningham’s catch and David Tyree ‘s famous helmet catch in Super Bowl XLII. Finally, media critic Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated provides a
Hyonoski and Snee, you realize the game was probably won or lost on those plays." On comparing the Manningham and David Tyree catches: "The thing about Tyree was he had to catch it with Rodney Harrison draped all over him, he caught it on his
the feet – not the hands – of the receiver that killed the Patriots during the game-winning drive. Four years ago, David Tyree clutched the ball to the top of his helmet as Rodney Harrison helplessly looked on. On Sunday night, it was Mario Manningham
INDIANAPOLIS -- It's a catch that will go down in Giants lore alongside the catch of David Tyree in Super Bowl history. Mario Manningham hauled in a 38-yard pass while tiptoeing on the left sideline to begin the game-winning
to beat Tom Brady and the Patriots, winning Super Bowl XLVI by a 21-17 final. Mario Manningham played the role of David Tyree , making a remarkable 38-yard sideline catch on the final drive of the fourth quarter. The drive ended with perhaps the
The Boston Herald's Ron Borges joined the show to discuss his column in today's paper on Vince Wilfork. He thinks the Pats should keep Vince.
Boston Globe Patriots writer Ben Volin joined the show with the latest on the offseason. He said it is most likely that Julian Edelman returns next season due to his agent's relationship with the team.
Mike Florio of NBC Sports and ProFootballTalk.com joins the show to discuss the status of Aqib Talib and the exciting prospect of Darrelle Revis being traded by the Bucs to a CB-needy team.
Jackie MacMullan of ESPN joins Mut and Lou to discuss the future of the struggling Celtics as well as the rocky relationship between Danny Ainge, Brad Stevens and Rajon Rondo
ESPN NBA analyst Jeff Van Gundy joined Dennis & Callahan to talk about Rajon Rondo's birthday mishap.
Jackie MacMullan joins Mut and Merloni to discuss Rajon Rondo's unexcused absence from the Celtics game in Sacramento and how the organization feels about Brad Stevens.
In 2013, Jackie Bradley Jr. used a non-roster invitation to big league spring training as a platform to an unexpected major league performance. Yet by and large, prospects in big league camp for the first time have more modest goals of creating familiarity -- both on their part with the big league setting, and in an effort to try to impress the big league coaching staff to position themselves for in-season call-ups. Red Sox prospects Garin Cecchini, Matt Barnes, Anthony Ranaudo and Bryce Brentz discuss their outlook on their first big league camps, while Bradley joins to explain the difference he feels this year in his second big league camp.
Red Sox NESN color man Jerry Remy joined Dennis & Callahan to discuss his first broadcast since his sons arrest last October.
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- David Ross joined WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia to talk about this year's pitching staff and how spring training is going so far.
Andy Brickley of NESN joins the Mut and Merloni show to share his thoughts on what trade moves the Bruins might make, if any, as the trade deadline approaches.
Shawn Thornton joined the show and discussed his 100th fight as a Boston Bruin last night. He added that he hopes the Bruins remain intact at today's NHL deadline.
We talked to NESN's Jack Edwards right after the NHL trade deadline expired.
The guys went through the mock drafts across the country. Johnny Manziel is all over the place and it looks like the Pats want a tight end.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane. Today the guys discussed the bizarre ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Court allowing upskirt photos.
The guys opened the show by discussing the Bruins trade deadline. The Habs got better the B's stood pat.
Mut and Lou are both dissapointed by the Bruins lackluster moves at the deadline. Meszaros and Harry Potter? Really?
Jackie MacMullan of ESPN Boston joins the program to discuss Rajon Rondo's rocky relationship with Danny Ainge, the future of the struggling Celtics, and the possibility of Vince Wilfork being cut by the Patriots
As the NHL trade deadline approaches, Mut and Lou discuss possible moves the Bruins may or may not make.
Holley wants him here no matter what, Salk isn't so sure. They debate it and involve you as well.
We talk Bruins and the NHL with the great Jack Edwards of NESN right after the NHL trade deadline passed.
We talk about athletes that gave up, who we'd like to give up, and more in the 4@4 Lent edition.
Mikey, Ryder and Lenny are joined by the legendary Leigh Montville, who talks all kinds of sports with the guys, from Red Sox to Muhammad Ali.
Mikey talks with the formerly bearded Jonny Gomes about the beard going out a champ. How it feels in spring training after a World Series Championship, David Ortiz' contract situation, and where the nickname Ironsides came from.
Mikey and Ryder talk with Steve Bullpett, who is one of the Celtics beat writers, about what, if any impact Rajon Rondo skipping a team trip to Sacramento without permission.
Salk and Holley debate it... Holley wants Revis, Salk doesn't want the Pats to change what's made them successful, and believes trading for Revis would do that. We debate it and involve you.More from this show