Add A-Rod’s disappointing postseason to those of years past, sprinkle in a dose of “Flirtgate,” a dash of wild trade rumors, and you get a recipe for speculation.
WFAN co-host Craig Carton let A-Rod have it — and he was just getting started. Yankees sluggers? More like Yankees slumpers.
Tim Tebow’s biggest critic says maybe it’s time for more of No. 15. But it wasn’t exactly a ringing endorsement.
“They’re both very good offensive players, but I don’t think all of a sudden they’re going to become great rebounders and great defenders,” Barkley said. “(The Knicks) don’t rebound the ball well and they’re not a good defensive team.”
Only a fool would eulogize the Jets — a first-place team after three games — in Week 4. Yet it won’t be the first time I’ve acted the fool. The Jets’ season is over. Done. Dead. Muerto.
Craig Carton has seen enough of the NFL’s replacement officials. He hasn’t seen enough of the league’s commissioner. And boy did he let Goodell know it.
A pass caromed off Tim Tebow’s helmet, which is how things went much of the day for the Jets. Then in overtime, the ball bounced their way.
Get ready for “50 Shades of Craig.” E.L. James will join Katie Couric on Monday for what is being billed as the author’s ‘ “first major interview.” And so will WFAN’s own Craig Carton. Yep, you read that right.
We’re not sure the lovely Katie knows what she gotten herself into…
From President Barack Obama to Boomer Esiason, it seems everyone has an opinion these days on Tim Tebow, Mark Sanchez and the state of the Jets. Add Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly to the mix.
After all, the NFL has many rules and nuances. Some of these officials aren’t exactly used to speaking in front of 75,000 rabid football fans, never mind a national television audience.
“I think more than anything you would want people to say, ‘There’s someone that helps the team win football games,’” Tebow told Boomer & Carton.
The Jets’ backup quarterback showed in his Thursday morning interview with WFAN’s “Boomer & Carton” that he has the same ability to escape tough questions as he has to evade blitzing defensive linemen with his quick feet.
The most discussed, debated and covered franchise by far during training camp, the Jets have plenty of question marks heading into the 2012 season.
First came the comment. Then, the backlash. And coming soon: the interview.