Tag:Mike Francesa
Posted on: September 18, 2009 8:04 pm
 

Tanguay and Zolak Recap 9/18/09

On Friday’s Tanguay and Zolak show, the boys broke down this coming weekend’s Jets-Patriots matchup in the Meadowlands.  Both felt that the Pats vs. Ravens game in 2007 could draw parallels from thanks to new Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan.  Zolak brought you inside the locker room and the affect that trash talking could have on this game.

Also on the show, Mike Francesca, 20-plus year sports radio host at WFAN in New York joined us at 12:20 to talk Pats, Jets, and if he thought the Red Sox would face the Yankees in the ALCS.  Francesca believes that the Jets may have trouble with Tom Brady, who he calls the best player in the league, and that Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez is nowhere near the character or as well kept as “Broadway” Joe Namath was.

Plus, Zolak got everyone pumped up for Pats / Jets as only Zo can with the song “The Pats are Coming”. Tanguay seemed annoyed, which made Zo continue to demand the song be played.

To close the show, Tanguay and Zolak followed up our new “Fantasy Foreplay” feature with this week’s NFL picks. The producers will make their picks online only just to keep the boys honest.

 

NFL Picks:                                                Tanguay                 Zolak                 Louth                  Cattles

Pittsburgh  - 3 @ Chicago:                       Pitt -3                     Pitt -3                Chi +3                 Chi +3
San Diego -3 vs. Baltimore:                     Balt +3                   Balt +3               SD -3                   Balt +3 
Dallas -3 vs. New York Giants:                Dal -3                     Dal -3                 Dal -3                 NYG +3
New England -4 @ New York Jets:          NE -4                      NE -4                  NE -4                   NE -4


We'll be back Monday morning at 10am with a complete Patriots / Jets breakdown. Don't miss it!

 
 
 
 
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