“We don’t want to see a cold Super Bowl,” the four-time Super Bowl champion told the radio duo. “We don’t want to see what we saw in Philadelphia (this past weekend). What good can come from that?”
The Hall of Fame quarterback-turned-analyst tells WFAN he would have had a “hard time” with the way Bryant was carrying on during Sunday’s 31-30 loss to the Detroit Lions.
“You know what? My daughter dates Rob Bironas, the kicker,” Bradshaw said Wednesday on WFAN radio. “Matter of fact, he’s here. He’s in the kitchen right now.”
What do you get when you combine a slow news cycle with the latest in Internet hilarity? “Drake Hands.” Lots and lots of “Drake Hands.”
As far as his own play is concerned, Eli Manning has said things aren’t as bad as they seem. Terry Bradshaw disagrees.
The Hall-of-Fame quarterback and national television analyst said the league is disrespecting teams by scheduling them across the pond.
It just feels like the Super Bowl belongs here, the biggest game in the shade of the biggest city. We don’t need a Super Bowl. But it still would be pretty cool, even if it means a few aliens in our way for a week.
We all saw this coming. Predicted from Denver to Cortland to the West Wing, the Jets’ quarterback controversy has all but boiled over.
“I’m certainly no racist,” Bradshaw told WFAN radio on Tuesday. “I’ve never said an unkind word in my life.”
It’s nearly impossible to kneel at my gridiron altar without breaking the agreement I have with WFAN: keep it local. But now it’s time to rip the muzzle.
“I was a little upset that he went to the NFL to get Payton and everybody back to watch him break a record,” Bradshaw said. “I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me?’ I never would have gone and asked for them back.”
WFAN host Mike Francesa announced on Thursday that star wide receiver Victor Cruz will speak with Francesa every Tuesday at 5:05 p.m.
The Vegas odds makers have no idea the kind of favor they did the Giants when their Super Bowl lines came out.
You don’t mess with the Giants’ matriarch. Bradshaw learned that the hard way.
Fox hoped its broadcast of Sunday’s clash between the Steelers and the Packers would be enough to overtake last year’s Super Bowl broadcast by CBS. Some 106.5 million tuned in last February, unseating the finale of “M-A-S-H” as the most-watched program ever.