“The Pulse” With Bull & Fox Wednesday 11/26: Colt McCoy a Starter, Gordon Felt Alienated, Louisville-CSU
Bull & Fox talk about Washington head coach Jay Gruden naming Colt McCoy the starter for this week’s game, the future for Robert Griffin III, Josh Gordon’s comments to Nate Burleson about feeling alienated during his suspension…
Andrew Siciliano of the NFL Network and RedZone joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss the Browns and Bills playing meaningful football in week 13, the clock management and kicking snafu’s from the Atlanta game, the insane standings of the AFC North and all around good records throughout the NFL, and relevancy returning to the Browns.
Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
Bernie Kosar, Browns Legend: “The Bills Are Able To Rush 4 And Drop 7 Into Coverage, And Still Get Lots Of Pressure, And That’s Tough for Hoyer
Bernie Kosar, former Cleveland Browns QB breaks down the match-ups offensively and defensively for the Browns against the Bills.
Chucky’s Keys to The Game: Week 13
Dave Richard talks about the waiver wire pickups to consider going into week 13, the running back position adds to look at with Latavius Murray, LeGarrette Blount and Boom Herron, the most favorable player/team matchups for the season’s final weeks…
“The Pulse” With Bull & Fox Tuesday 11/25: Browns’ Playoff Chances, Playoff Format, Pitino’s Comments
Bull & Fox talk about the Browns’ playoff chances with the Bills and Ravens both winning on Monday night, if the NFL playoff format needs to be changed, Louisville’s blowout win over Savannah State and Rick Pitino’s comments after the game, Indians’ offseason interests…
Bills reporter Paul Hamilton of Sports Radio 550 Buffalo joined Baskin & Phelps Tuesday to discuss the upcoming Browns vs Bills matchup, being snowed in by the crazy snow storms, the Bills playing in Detroit on a short week of practice and blowing out the Jets, and more.
Browns OLB Paul Kruger joined Baskin & Phelps Tuesday to discuss his charity work, why it seems like his shoulder pads are getting smaller, the defense working in harmony with the offense and more.
Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine isn’t scoreboard watching or checking the standings to see where his team rests in the playoff picture.