With the Super Bowl right around the corner, WFAN’s biggest hosts broadcasted live from M&M’s World in Times Square on Friday, with several guests offering insights the Seahawks and Broncos.
WFAN’s biggest hosts were once again broadcasting live from M&M’s World in Times Square on Thursday with the big game at MetLife Stadium right around the corner.
With Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium just days away, WFAN’s biggest hosts will be broadcasting live all week from M&M’s World in Manhattan.
“If you had asked me, ‘Do I think that Geno Smith is the quarterback of the future,’ I’m gonna tell you ‘no,'” Lucas told Francesa. “I really think they should bring in a veteran — (Josh) McCown.”
With Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium just days away, WFAN’s biggest hosts are broadcasting live from Monday-Friday at M&M’s World in Manhattan.
“This shirt’s become kind of a craze,” Francesa said. “I’ve had so many requests for this shirt, so I had (Barstool Sports) bring me some … Everyone knew about the shirt before I did, which is amazing.”
An independent arbitrator ruled Saturday to ban A-Rod for a full season, including the playoffs. “The number of games sadly comes as no surprise, as the deck has been stacked against me from day one,” Rodriguez said in a statement.
WFAN host Mike Francesa says he expects Alex Rodriguez and his legal team to continue fighting the 162-game and postseason suspension.
“He’s planning to have surgery, and we’ll see how that comes out,” Giants general manager Jerry Reese told WFAN host Mike Francesa on Thursday. “Our medical staff feels like he’ll be ready to play this fall.”
“…Do we have to change things? Sure. We’ve gotta get some things back in perspective and in order and start doing things with the execution and the efficiency that we’ve had here. And I believe we can do it.”
Are Eli Manning’s best years behind him? He says he understands why some may think that, but he’s not about to say they are right.
“Mike’s On: Francesa on the FAN” will no longer be simulcast on the YES Network beginning in February, WFAN host Mike Francesa announced on Monday afternoon.
“We’ve gotta finish this year,” Manning said. “No one knows what’s gonna happen next year, who’s gonna be around or not. That’s the game of football. Things can change quickly.”
According to a report, the deal is for seven years and $59.5 million. The new contract would make Lundqvist the highest-paid goalie in the league starting in the 2014-15 season.
The playoffs are likely a long shot for the Giants, but Eli Manning says his team will play like it has a chance right up until the moment the math says otherwise.