NFL quarterbacks are padding the injury reports, and their injuries are not only impacting game outcomes but resulting in unanticipated trades.
Boomer & Carton trudged through rain, sleet, and snow. They fought through throngs of people and frisky security guards at the local airport. Why? To go to Dallas and deliver you the two greatest Super Bowl week shows possible.
WFAN’s Boomer & Carton bravely made the trek down to Dallas, and what a slate of guests Al Dukes put together for Thursday’s “Super” show from Radio Row.
Boomer & Carton braved the icy tundra, also known as the United States, and courageously made it to Dallas on time for Thursday morning’s big Super Bowl show.
I very nearly needed a nap after watching the emotional vacuum that was the game between the Jets and the Texans.
Mark Sanchez looked sharp leading Gang Green down the field during their winning drive Sunday, as it was just another day at the office for Rex Ryan’s cardiac Jets.
Rex Ryan caught his breath after yet another stomach-churning victory just in time to say he was sorry.
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub is back with the team after he was hospitalized with an injury to the bursa sac in his right knee.
Coach Gary Kubiak expects Schaub to return to practice on Thursday and be ready when the Texans play at the New York Jets on Sunday.
My season-long suspicion has been confirmed: the 2010 NFL season is the most tumultuous and unpredictable environment the fantasy world has ever seen.
Go ahead, it’s okay to get pumped up over the Giants’ 34-10 victory over the Houston Texans – even if their offense still needs some polish.
“It’s scary,” said Texans coach Gary Kubiak, whose team will face the Giants on Sunday in Houston.
Craigie and Boom took in all of the baseball action together at Boomer’s house, as the ‘Dynamic-Duo’ had a little Wednesday night ‘man-date’.
Matt Schaub, quarterback for the Houston Texans, joined Boomer & Carton to discuss Sunday’s match up against the New York Giants.
The 2010 MLB playoffs kicked off on Wednesday, and what a day it was.