Jackie Slater, father of Patriots special teams player Matt Slater, joined MadRadio talking about his son’s experience in the NFL, Belichick as an NFL head coach, and also about his coaching experience at a D-II school, Azusa Pacific University.
Kerry Byrne, Cold Hard Football Facts, joined Ted and Paul to talk about the NFL playoff games this weekend. He talked about Tom Brady’s very impressive stats and though Peyton Manning is close he is not quite there. Byrne predicted how Belichick is going to play it going against Denver this weekend. He also looked at the stats in the 49ers vs Seahawks game including Russell Wilson compared to Colin Kaepernick.
USA Today writer Jarrett Bell joined the Fred & Ted Show to talk about his article on the most recent win of the Patriots against the Saints. He discussed whether the Patriots win because of or in spite of Bill Belichick. Bell also talked about some interesting comments by Jim Irsay about Tom Brady. He also commented on the Texans and their recent difficulties.
Ron Borges, Boston Herald, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about the Aaron Hernandez situation, the New England view on the Texans, how much blame falls on Bill Belichick as the one who brought Aaron Hernandez in, and more.
Bill Belichick and Gregg Popovich are two of the best coaches in their respective sports. But they might be even better at embarrassing sports reporters.
Christian Fauria joined The Fred & Ted Show to look at the whole Tim Tebow situation with the Patriots, what Belichick was thinking bringing him on, how much Tebow will be talking to the media, the outlook for the Patriots this season and more.
Show rundown: It’s the Super Bowl, bro. I got your helmet-to-helmet. Suck it, Belichick. And Mant Lie-O.
600- Super Bowl is set! Ravens vs 49ers…yeah, you couldn’t have guessed this at ANY point this season… 615- HEADLINES 630- Top 3… 645- Texans and match ups.. Absolutely could beat San Francisco… 700- 49ers […]
Sports writer and author of War Room: The Legacy of Bill Belichick and the Art of Building the Perfect Team, Michael Holley, stops by to talk about his book, and what might have been in […]