B&C Morning Show: Justin Tuck Warns About Historic Second-Half Collapse
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With the New England Patriots dismantling the Kansas City Chiefs last night in Foxboro 34-3 – Jerry Recco began his first update of the morning with an ultra-descriptive, Kevin Harlan play-by-play call (I mean is there really any other kind when it comes to Harlan) of Julian Edelman’s 3rd quarter, 72 yard punt return for a TD.
From there we heard Bill Belichick’s initial thoughts after his team’s 7th win of the season. Tom Brady threw a couple of TD passes to Rob Gronkowski, but the Pats QB was not thrilled with his team’s first-half effort.
From the other side, Chiefs head coach Todd Haley was upset about the loss and the inability of getting time back.
At Jets camp, Rex Ryan was handed down a $75,000 fine and he accepted it like a man. Now it’s on to the Jets next opponent, as they will welcome in the Buffalo Bills this Sunday. Rex knows his team has to score more points and we hear him admit just how perplexing this offense is.
Nick Mangold and Bart Scott talked about what the Jets need to do moving forward, beginning with this Sunday, as for Bills head coach Chan Gailey, he seems to have it all figured out.
Like Rex, Tom Coughlin is lookin’ to right the ship after his team has dropped two in a row, but the usual serious and stern Coughlin was apparently feelin’ a little frisky during yesterday’s media address and Jerry provides the audio proof to back the frisky claim.
All of that brought us to Justin Tuck, who matter-of- factly warned an historic second-half collapse could be on the horizon and then Antrel Rolle called out everyone in the Giants organization.
Plus, Chris Canty admits he has to get better, Eli Manning offers an offensive fix, Bears QB Jay Cutler (broken thumb) could return before the end of the season and Tigers ace Justin Verlander was named AL MVP yesterday, after capturing the AL Cy Young last week and Boomer & Craig don’t like it one bit…
LISTEN: Justin Tuck Warns About Historic 2nd Half Collapse (11/22)