B&C Morning Show: Collateral Damage And Boomer’s Boring Tweets
Jerry Recco did his thing during the first update of the morning, getting everyone up to speed on what happened Thursday night in Greeen Bay, as the Packers and the Saints kicked off the NFL season with a high scoring affair that the Pack won, 42-34.
Packers rookie Randall Cobb, who became the first player born in the 90’s to play in an NFL game, returned a kick 108 yards for a touchdown and Jerry provided Kevin Harlan’s radio call of the record-tying return. Boomer called the game on the Westwood One Radio Network and he walked away rather impressed by both quarterbacks – Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees – but was also concerned by the number of missed tackles, pointing to the condensed preseason due to the lockout.
Craig expressed his disappointment in Boomer for his boring, game related tweets last night. While we’re on the subject of ‘boring tweets’, Al Dukes was tweeting right along with the Booms, he even used the social network tool to take a shot at Craig and his ‘NFL Prediction Headgear’.
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Jerry then recapped the Yankees’ second straight 5-4, extra-inning loss to the Orioles and the Mets dropping a double header to the Braves (game 1, 6-5 & game 2, 5-1).
then we got to the highlight of the update, when Boomer took issue with Criag for what he called, the collateral damage Craigie causes for him because of his antics, which at times could be construed as outlandish, just ask James ‘what about the dogs’ Brown, Jim ‘hello friends’ Nantz and Mr. Phil Simms…