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Fans react to the Jets stunning win over the Patriots and a lot more on today’s show.
There’s nothing like a rivalry between sports cities, but the one between New York and Boston run much deeper.
WFAN’s Joe and Evan – and Carl Banks – joined Gresh & Zolak from 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston to do a little trash talking prior to the Jets-Pats game this Sunday.
The weekend just can’t get here soon enough for Jets fans. The Jets and Patriots will clash in New England Sunday for the third time this season.
While many media members and fans are calling the Patriots legitimate Super Bowl contenders, the Jets have some skeptics despite their record.
Boomer & Craig opened today’s program by poking fun at one another’s choice of clothing, then touched on the Jets, Pats, Tom Brady, and welcomed Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly to the studio.
Same old Jets. That’s all you probably heard this week in any talk regarding the Jets and it’s probably what you were thinking when watching the first 20 minutes of Sunday’s game.
Sunday’s national game on CBS, mainly Patriots-Jets, earned its highest preliminary rating for its first broadcast of the season since the network resumed televising the NFL in 1998.