Felger & Mazz wonder whether the Patriots' loss in Miami was just a one-time misstep.
Tony Massarotti looks at the Yankees' offseason and where the Red Sox could go from here.
On this edition of the Fuppets, "Mad Mike" goes off about Alex Cora's incident with an Astros team broadcaster.
Felger ripped Sean Payton for his "classless" choking, and the "karma" of the Saints' loss.
Greg Bedard took issue with NFL referees, arguing that they need to get better control of games.
Wyc Grousbeck is sticking to his pre-season argument about the Celtics' chances of contending for a championship.
Felger & Mazz hated the argument that the Red Sox should not trade Jackie Bradley Jr. for Jose Abreu.
Tony Massarotti wonders if the New York Giants will finallybe Josh McDaniels' choice for his next head coaching gig.
Let Mazz explain why you should be thankful for numbers like 271, 19, and 20 this Thanksgiving season.
To open Thursday's show, Michael Felger addressed his controversial comments on Roy Halladay.
Fuppet Mazz's reaction? Meh.
This week on The Hurley Edition, Big Jim Murray from the Felger & Massarotti radio program joins the show.
The New York Yankees are at least the Red Sox’ equal – and are probably better.
Wyc Grousbeck talked Isaiah Thomas, Kyrie Irving, 2018 expectations, national anthem protests and much more on Felger and Massarotti.
You undoubtedly have your favorites with regard to the identity of the next Red Sox manager. We all do. And the truth is that none of us have a clue about the fit.
Do the Red Sox know how to close?
If you had to make a double take when tuning into Felger & Mazz on Friday afternoon, you're not alone.
Everyone's excited about the season opener, but in the NFL, winning a Super Bowl is far from a sure thing.
It's as if dogs and cats are living together harmoniously, or like hell has frozen over.
This week, life changed forever for Fuppet Massarotti.
Felger & Massarotti director of communications Billy Lanni spoke with UFC commentator and play-by-play voice Jon Anik to preview the superfight.
Bedard explains why Goodell continues to keep his job despite a bad public image.
Felger & Mazz wonder why the Bruins GM won't at least listen to offers for Pastrnak.
Though Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti denied that he was standing in the way of the team signing the "controversial" quarterback, sufficient evidence has now mounted that the Ravens are not acting ...
Tony Massarotti battled infamous Felger & Mazz caller "Albert in Rhode Island" over Jimmy Garoppolo.
In terms of momentum, everything in their weekend series in New York points to Boston. But any slip-up and the Red Sox will have to be glancing over their shoulder the rest of the way.
Bill Belichick preaches the slogan "Do Your Job." But the Patriots' head coach apparently doesn't want the media to follow along.
Felger & Mazz discuss whether or not the Yankees have leaped over the Red Sox as AL East favorites -- for this season and the foreseeable future.
As noticed by Jim Murray on Thursday's Felger & Massarotti program, Ryan appeared to have thrown some serious shade toward now-former Atlanta offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan
So the Red Sox lack power. Fine.
How good are these Red Sox exactly? And do you believe they can win?
Everybody knows that Felger & Mazz are the two jolliest fellows in Boston, so who better than them to teach the world how to project a winning smile in photographs?
When Red Sox manager John Farrell said the following recently, well, alarm bells went off. Or maybe they were more like loud, screaming sirens.
Big Jim Murray invites any and all Patriots fans upset at the double standard with regard to "cheating" in the NFL to swiftly GET OVER IT.
Ainge is going to need his shoes if Tatum does not meet expectations because the Celtics president of basketball operations will find himself in quite a pile.
Cody Rhodes -- The American Nightmare -- is the hottest free agent in professional wrestling and he's challenging Christoper Daniels on Friday night for the Ring of Honor World Championship.
IT'S NOT ENOUGH!
Though Phil Mickelson didn't play in this year's U.S. Open, he did create one of the more memorable moments in Felger & Mazz history.
Ring of Honor star and the leader of "The Kingdom" Matt Taven joined James Stewart for a wide-ranging podcast discussion.
Felger & Mazz think the Patriots are "pushing" the injured Jimmy Garoppolo back on the practice field.