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B&C Morning Show: Bradshaw, Rex And More

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Before throwing it to Jerry Recco to get an update, Craig deduced that despite what happens with the Jets offense moving forward, Tony Sparano won’t be going anywhere.

Why? Simple fact: Rex Ryan will be unlikely to fire his offensive coordinator two years in a row.  So there’s that, Jets fans.

Moving right along, Jerry got things started with comments from the aforementioned Ryan, with regards to his team being labeled as scared after Sunday’s loss to the Patriots.  Rex also talked about his team making strides, which didn’t sit too well with Craigie, who reminded the Jets head coach that this is the NFL, not ‘Pop Warner.’

All things are good coming out of Giants camp, as Tom Coughlin displayed his sense of humor when he was peppered with questions about Ahmad Bradshaw’s outburst Sunday, while Antrel Rolle didn’t seem to mind the behavior.

The Bears put a bow on Week 7 of the NFL season with a 13-7 win over the Lions in Chicago.  Boomer called the game on Westwood One, along with the ever-descriptive Kevin Harlon.  Late in the game the Booms took a page out of Harlon’s book and got pretty descriptive when describing Lions QB Matthew Stafford’s passes, saying his balls were crisp in the cold, wet Chicago air.

Plus, the San Francisco Giants beat the Cardinals 9-0 in Game 7 of the NLCS to advance to the World Series against the Detroit Tigers and the Knicks lost to the Sixers 98-90 in NBA preseason action…

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