New York was good to Phil Simms. Now his son will try and make his mark on the Big Apple.
Simms called in this morning so that the guys could give him proper congratulations on his new gig alongside Jim ‘Hello Friends’ Nantz in the ‘Madden 13′ video game.
Before saying hello to Phil Simms, Craig asked Boomer why he hasn’t received any invitations to attend Rangers games lately.
With 13:22 remaining in the third quarter, Brady hit Wes Welker for his 14th consecutive completion, breaking Joe Montana’s previous Super Bowl record of 13 straight.
With Boomer out today, Craig instructed Al Dukes to book Phil Simms to come-on to help fill the void left by the absent Blonde Bomber. Simms had nothing else to do, so he agreed.
Grow up, guys. Mark Sanchez is supposed to be a big boy.
When Al Dukes got a ring from a fella named Jimmy from Norwalk, he was pretty certain that his call to the guys would not be a good one.
It was the usual chop-busting as Phil wondered why Craig had to fight Boomer’s battles for him and was quick to mention his Super Bowl MVP.
Boomer asked Craig if he would dedicate a Rangers win to him after he passes away. Craig of course took the question as an indication that the Booms would want him to eulogize him after he dies. Turns out – to Craig’s disappointment – that was not actually the case…
The guys made fun of the most famous Boomer look-a-like – Phil Simms – who turns 56 today and is officially closer to 60 than 50.
While broadcasting Tom Brady’s 517-yard performance against the Dolphins during Sunday’s Chargers-Patriots game, Phil Simms, alongside his partner Jim “Ehh Hello Friends” Nantz, took a few shots at Boomer.
Legendary quarterback and current NFL on CBS analyst Phil Simms surprised Boomer and Craig this morning by calling into the hotline for an impromptu interview.
Before NFL Hall of Famer Howie Long joined the program, Boomer & Craig were talking about Phil Simms and his unhealthy obsession with the Booms.
Just after 8 a.m., Boomer talked about a few occasions where he was mistaken for his colleague and fellow Blonde Bomber, Phil Simms, and how he handled the mistaken identity.
New York City jurors have acquitted Tennessee Titans backup quarterback Chris Simms in his driving-while-high case.