Jerry Recco: "Oakland Raiders propose one point taken away for every three and out a defense gets; Chiefs: Field goals worth one point for every 10 yards."Boomer Esiason, "Jesus."Kudos. Recco with the original thought right there. Nice.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
Former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason believes all of the talk about the New England Patriots under-inflating footballs began as a coordinated effort from the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts. Earlier this week, NFL vice president of football operations Troy Vincent revealed that Colts GM Ryan Grigson is the one who alerted the league about Deflategate....Read More
The Oakland Raiders stadium situation is actually more interesting to talk about than the team these days so it’s not surprising to see more and more national commentators discussing the issue. When the choice is talking about just how bad the team is after a 52-0 beat down and talking about a possible new stadium, you can see why people choose the latter.
The latest to join the...
Boomer Esiason says the St. Louis Rams AND the Oakland Raiders are moving their teams to Los Angeles...it simply hasn't been announced yet. In whatever that building out there is called.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
When Johnny Manziel flipped the bird on Monday Night Football in a preseason game against the Washington Redskins, the critics came fast and heavy. One of those critics came in a former star quarterback in the state of Ohio, Boomer Esiason who once starred as the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback. Esiason ripped Manziel’s antics on the Boomer […]
Boomer Esiason apparently has a top-5 NFL overrated NFL player list somewhere that includes Mike Wallace, Trent Richardson, Jay Cutler, Johnny Manziel and Cam Newton. Carolina Panther fans? Not thrilled. Here's a sample:Just the fact that Boomer Esiason is making an overrated list is crazy in itself him being the poster boy for overrated.Die slow in a fiery car crash boomer. Don...
Slow to notice, the internets heard the story Boomer Esiason has been telling for 6+ years last week: He once got high during a 2000 Monday Night Football broadcast with Matt Millen. "Now here's the deal. What you're saying, for some listeners or some viewers now that are listening to us for the first time, what you're saying is accurate. I did get high. I did. I didn't realize I...
On Friday's edition of Boomer and Carton on WFAN, CBS broadcaster Boomer Esiason talked about calling his first Monday Night Football game - and getting a contact high in the process.
Here's the meat of the story from CBS New York.
“The radio booth is like a lean-to in the middle of the stands. And it’s a (December) game. It’s the Chiefs at the Patriots, both teams...
CBS Sports analyst Boomer Esiason actually got high during an NFL “Monday Night Football” radio broadcast.
No, seriously, he did. He admits it. “I did get high,” Esiason said on his radio show, “Boomer & Carton.” “I did. I didn’t realize I was getting high when I got high, but I got high — and I have to tell you that it was one of the best broadcasts I’ve ever had.”
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A seemingly innocuous conversation about Kellen Winslow's recent arrest for synthetic marijuana has spawned a story for the ages, courtesy of Boomer Esiason.
After taking calls about Winslow on WFAN's "Boomer and Carton" show Friday morning, the CBS Sports analyst revealed he and Matt Millen once inadvertently got high during a "Monday Night Football" radio broadcast.