Jets safety James Ihedigbo joined Boomer & Carton on Friday morning to give the guys some insight into New York’s state of mind heading into Sunday’s AFC Championship Game. Afterward, cornerback Drew Coleman called in to dissect the Pittsburgh Steelers.
“Fireman Ed” Anzalone joined Boomer & Carton on Friday morning to lead the WFAN studio in his trademark “J-E-T-S” chant, despite morning show host Craig Carton picking the New England Patriots to win on Sunday.
Craig was all kinds of pumped up on Friday morning about the Jets and their upcoming tussle with the Patriots in Foxboro Sunday afternoon. Boomer was also all sorts of excited, but his joy stemmed from a 1-0 win by the Rangers.
With the Jets just days away from defending their hubris against the hated New England Patriots, Craigie has a surprise up his sleeve. Craig, believing the Jets can win, is picking the Patriots to take the game.
The Knicks beat down the Spurs, Joe Klecko joins the program, Raiders QB Jason Campbell offers a playoff preview, and Gerry Cooney refrains from punching Craig.
“There’s no place like home!” It’s been a while since the Jets enjoyed the same experience as Dorothy clicking her heels to return to Kansas in “The Wizard Of Oz”.
At halftime of their preseason game at the New Meadowlands Stadium, the Jets opened their Ring of Honor by inducting Joe Namath, Don Maynard, Weeb Ewbank, Curtis Martin, Winston Hill and Joe Klecko.
NEW YORK (AP) Joe Namath and Curtis Martin are among six Jets greats in the first class of the team’s Ring of Honor at its new stadium. Weeb Ewbank, Winston Hill, Joe Klecko and Don Maynard will also be enshrined Aug. 16.