Boomer was all business Monday morning, a fact that was emphasized during Jerry Recco’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day.”
Once again, a Monday morning brought the best out of Jerry Recco.
The Giants did what they needed to do on Sunday, bolting Cleveland with a 27-13 win, their sixth straight victory.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” shed some light on the office dynamic here at WFAN whenever free food is around.
Finally on Wednesday, Boomer & Carton got to the wildly popular segment of the program where they offered up their “award-winning” NFL Picks-Picks-Picks against the spread.
During Tuesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” Boomer looked for clarification but instead was left feeling a little under-appreciated.
Jerry Recco was up to his old tricks again Tuesday morning.
The Jets’ bye week officially ended Monday when Todd Bowles declared that Ryan Fitzpatrick, not Bryce Petty, will be back under center come Sunday when Gang Green takes on the visiting Patriots.
Monday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” formed when Craig got into character while talking about the Dallas-area church that elected to show the Ravens-Cowboys game during Sunday mass.
Jerry dialed up his update powers Monday morning and shared some of his sports knowledge.
Don’t look now, but after their win over the Bears on Sunday the Giants have now won five straight and have a record of 7-3.
Friday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” evolved out of a conversation the guys were having about Phil Jackson’s latest motivational book, which promotes the idea of completing everyday tasks with one’s non-dominant hand.
Finally on Friday, Boomer & Carton got to the wildly popular segment of the program where they offered up their “award-winning” NFL Picks-Picks-Picks against the spread.
After traveling to Illinois to call the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s win over DePaul, a sleep-deprived Jerry Recco delivered the update goods Friday morning.
The Knicks went for their third straight win Thursday night in Washington, but instead were reminded that a lack of effort in an NBA game usually leads to an undesirable result.