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Felger & Mazz: December 10, 2013

Hour 1

Felger and Massarotti opened the day discussing the off-season of the Boston Red Sox. Felger kicked off the hour with 5 Questions for Tony. How does Mazz feel about Mike Napoli's 2-year deal worth $32 million? What about Jarrod Saltalamacchia's incentive laden offer from the Red Sox? How come Stephen Drew has yet to be signed? The Sox say they have no intentions of trading a starting pitcher, does Mazz believe them? Are the Red Sox going to comfortable with Jackie Bradley Jr., Will Middlebrooks, and Xander Bogaerts in the lineup next season? Mike and Tony also got back in Shawn Thornton's assault on Brooks Orpik. How will the league handle the incident?

In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz begin to look at the New England Patriots three remaining games. In the next 2 weeks, the Pat are on the road to face the Miami Dolphins and the Baltimore Ravens. What do we want to see from the Patriots in the next two weeks? Will the Pats defense be their downfall? Finally, the guys discussed the banning of tailgating at this year's Super Bowl.

Hour 2

During Hour 3 of Felger and Massarotti, the guys discussed the Boston Celtics and the struggles of the Brooklyn Nets. The Celtics travel to Brooklyn tonight to play the Nets. Former Celtics head coach and current head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers, Doc Rivers, joined Felger and Mazz to discuss his time in Boston and his return to the Garden on Wednesday night. How will the fans react to Rivers' return tomorrow night?

Hour 3

In the fourth and final hour, Mike and Tony discuss the Patriots and Rob Gronkowski. With Gronk's injury issues and off-field antics, would you trade Gronkowski for a first-round pick? Felger and Mazz got back into Doc Rivers return to the Garden tomorrow night. Will Rivers get booed? Finally, we hear the Final Word with Marshall Hook.

Hour 4


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