Going into Week 2, here’s a look at the five most impactful defensive players in the league.
Brian Urlacher leads Steve Silverman’s picks for the NFL’s “Glue” Guys. One member of the Jets and Giants made the list.
“Thank you for giving us the game, Clay,” Tuck said with a touch of sarcasm. “I appreciate it a lot.”
The Giants may have topped Green Bay en route to the NFL Championship game — and ultimately the Super Bowl title — last season, but Packers linebacker Clay Matthews says his team flat-out beat themselves.
Two of the most respected defensive players in the NFL joined Boomer and Craig back-to-back this morning. First, it was Green Bay Packers’ all-pro linebacker Clay Matthews, followed directly after by now-retired defensive lineman Jason Taylor.
The Green Bay Packers defeated the Detroit Lions 27-15 on Thanksgiving Day to improve to an undefeated 11-0 record.
Mike D’Antoni isn’t too happy with Knicks fans, telling reporters that he doesn’t like how the “We Want ‘Melo” chants at MSG have been affecting his team. Craig said if D’Antoni doesn’t like the chants, he should do something about them. What do you think?
Despite the bad weather, the entire morning show staff made it to work in one piece, so let the fun begin. While they were away, the whole Derek Jeter to center field saga broke, so the guys offered their thoughts on the ” non-story,” as they put it.
Packers linebacker Clay Matthews joined Boomer & Carton on Thursday morning to take a stand on the “unfortunate” criticism of Bears QB Jay Cutler.
The guys opened up on Thursday morning talking about the great Derek Jeter-to-the-outfield debate, which according to Boomer & Carton, is really much ado about nothing. In fact, Craigie is starting to really like Yankees GM Brian Cashman.
With his arm, his feet or his creativity, Michael Vick has embarrassed defenders all season. Unless they can limit Vick and his big-play teammates, Sunday could be a long day for Charles Woodson, Clay Matthews and the Green Bay Packers.
Scoff as you might, probably the best player in the NFL halfway through the season doesn’t throw passes. He doesn’t catch them, either, nor kick the ball.