The first hour of WEEI Late Night gets rolling as Big Ben Maller explains that it is not the Patriots fault that there is and has been a lack of competition for them as they make their way to the AFC Championship game and possibly to a second consecutive Super Bowl and a third in four years. Then Ben breaks down some Deion Sanders sound describing the Jaguars defense as "Swaggy". Is a swaggy defense enough to beat the New England Patriots? Maller also dabbles in the gambling under world as...
In the third and final hour of WEEI Late Night, Big Ben Maller discusses the futures of both Josh McDaniels and Matt Patricia. Maller believes that Patricia will be more successful in Detroit than McDaniels will be in Indianapolis. Ben also jumps into Isaiah Thomas's comments today about his tribute being the same day as Paul Pierce.
Hour number 2 of WEEI Late Night with Big Ben Maller and Ben begins by discussing the art of Trash Talk. No matter how hard anyone ever tries to trash talk the Patriots and Tom Brady, Brady never takes the bait and he always deflects and gives credit to the other guy for being confident. Maller also tries to figure out some of the most swaggy players in the NFL.
Fourth and final hour of WEEI Late Night gets going as Patrick Gilroy continues to discuss how Tom Brady's legacy can be impacted with games against sub-par quarterbacks coming up. Then Gilroy tries to figure out how the Patriots can keep their continuity on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball if both McDaniels and Patricia do in fact leave to become head coaches. Is there any way to continue with the success they've had?
The 2nd hour of WEEI Late Night begins with Patrick Gilroy trying to figure out if there is in fact any way that Tom Brady could lose to the likes of Blake Bortles and the Jacksonville Jaguars. Then good friend, John Sappochetti calls in to discuss the greatest quarterback of all time and of course, Lebron James.
In the first hour of WEEI Late Night, Patrick Gilroy gets going by discussing the Patriots throttling of Tennessee and their inevitbale win against the Jaguars. With the entire team getting healthy at the right time, the Patriots are a well oiled machine that really should be able to win out and claim their 6th super bowl. With Patrick being convinced of an inevitable win, he wonders if people will change their opinion on Brady if he gets a 6th ring, or if they would never recognize him as...
The 3rd hour of WEEI Late Night gets under way as Patrick Gilroy dives into a crazy thought that he had. Gilroy is curious if the success of the Patriots has pushed teams in the city to be better and if that happens else where in the country. In his opinion, the constant success coming out of Foxboro has pushed the likes of the Celtics, Bruins, and Red Sox to do everything they can to compete for second place in the market.
Final hour of WEEI Late Night gets going as Patrick Gilroy continues to delve into the AFC championship matchup in a week between the Patriots and the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars definitely have a formidable defense that could threaten Tom Brady and the Pats, but could they really beat the Pats? On top of the AFC Championship matchup, news of Matt Patricia being the Lions choice for head coach have circulated and Gilroy is curious how the Patriots will perform moving forward after...
Hour 1. Alex Reimer is in studio and he starts off the show giving his thoughts on Kirk Minihane's announcement to take a leave of absence. The conversation moves to the trailor for Tom vs Time, a Tom Brady web series.
Hour 2: Brady has a new documentary coming out in the next few weeks and Alex sees it as a way for Brady to sell his TB12 method. Alex also talks about Brady's recent social media post and wants to know why he is able to get away with these ridiculous post.
Hour 1: Alex Reimer is in studio tonight and starts the show off talking about the drama surrounding the Patriots. Alex also gives his thoughts on the Seth Wickersham piece and how he thinks Belichick wanted to keep Jimmy G over Brady.
The vultures are circling Foxboro with Wickersham's article at the helm. The C's win a league leading 32nd time as they improve to 7-0 at home vs the NBA's top teams. Former WEEI personality and current ESPN anchor Kevin Winter gives his take on what's happening in Foxboro.
Hour 1. Reimer is discussing an upcoming piece by ESPN's Seth Wickersham in which he details the issues between BRady, Belichick, and Kraft. He speculates that this could be the last year for Bill Belichick.
Hour 1 of WEEI Late Night kicks off the New Year with Big Ben Maller breaking down a few of the players on the list of possible NFL Hall of Fame inductees. Then Maller shifts to the hot topic of Jimmy Garoppolo and the discussion amongst America's talking heads that maybe the Patriots didn't trade the right guy. Maller quickly slashes that seeing as Jimmy has only played 7 games in his NFL career and the people need to take a breath before they exalt Jimmy the next greatest quarterback.
Hour 2 of WEEI Late Night gets going as Big Ben Maller peruses the NFL coaching vacancies following black Monday. The two Patriot assistants seem to be once again hot commodities amongst teams in search of a coach, but which one is the more likely to leave New England for their own opportunity? Maller thinks the rise of Matt Patricia pretty much writes itself.
Hour 3 of WEEI Late Night gets going with Big Ben Maller as he breaks down the Patriots biggest achilles heel heading into the NFL playoffs. Then Maller shifts gears to discuss the Celtics and Isaiah Thomas's comments about not wanting a tribute video when he returns to Boston for the first time Wednesday night. Apparently the Red Sox have offered JD Martinez a 5 year deal, but there has been no signings lately in the MLB. To close out the night, Maller updates the people on the Bills...