Monday Night Football
On Friday, Boomer told the story about how he and his old Monday Night Football radio partner Matt Millen once got a contact high while calling a game…
We get to hear some fantastic little-known stories from time to time on the “Boomer & Carton” show. Well, on Friday, we were given our latest radio treat courtesy Boomer Esiason.
The script didn’t go according to plan for the nationally televised game at MetLife Stadium.
A fan who credits a Jets game with alerting her to what turned out to be breast cancer served as an honorary captain for the Jets’ game against the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend.
Jets guard Willie Colon said quarterback Geno Smith didn’t give any sort of “Disney pep talk” before leading Monday night’s game-winning drive. The rookie just went in and got the job done.
If the Falcons don’t start winning, they can forget about those Super Bowl hopes. Meanwhile, the Jets don’t want to slip below .500 — especially on national television.
Boomer is heading to Chicago to broadcast the Monday Night Football game, and apparently last week he invited Craig and Jerry to join him.
Peyton Manning led the Broncos to a historic, improbable comeback over the Chargers after being down 24-0 at halftime.
The 666th Monday Night Football game is coming up, and New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is not making light of the ominous number.
Houston has put the rest of the AFC on notice with their smothering defense and balanced, high-scoring offense. The Jets? Well, that’s another story.
The final pass of the game sailed out of the end zone, saving the regular refs from the same type of call that brought the replacements to the height of unpopularity just three days earlier.
“Obviously when you go through something like this, it’s painful for everybody. Most importantly, it’s painful for fans,” said Goodell.
And you thought the commotion over the replacement referees was bad last week?
Coaches and players around the league are losing patience and speaking out against the fill-in officials following a slew of questionable calls in the games Sunday and Monday night.
Boomer Esiason wants to make one thing clear: his foundation is on the up-and-up.