Missed part of the show? Here’s a rewind of the program on November 15, 2013.
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Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: November 15, 2013:
Luck rallies Colts, halftime speech, legs, shining light of troubled NFL.
Winston update, case going to drag out unfairly. Jay smells a rat.
State’s attorney and media should be ashamed if case amounts to nothing.
Jonathan Martin in New York, Incognito grievance, Goodell must expedite.
Dolphins’ locker room angered by management’s treatment of veterans.
Roethlisberger shouldn’t resist trade, needs scenery change.
Peterson should want trade, don’t want bittersweet career like sanders.
Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: November 15, 2013:
Broncos-Chiefs — among biggest regular-season games ever.
Likely to decide no. 1 AFC seed and maybe Super Bowl rep.
Compelling story line: wobbling Manning vs. fearsome, sacking KC defense.
Chiefs for real? Reid 16-1 after bye week. Alex Smith has to win a game.
Why did Broncos, like Packers, leave themselves thin at backup QB?
Weekend in NFL — Saints-49ers, Patriots-Panthers
League will protect QBs further — at what point is integrity impacted?
League rankings — any elite teams out there?
Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: November 15, 2013:
Latest ESPN embarrassment — Another Jeremy Lin slur by an anchor.
Why can’t we learn lessons about sensitivity? Barnes tweet fallout.
How can an African-American players defend Incognito and use of n-word?
Here comes Manziel — why not AJ McCarron, who just wins championships?
Derrick Rose — becoming a sad story, hobbling shadow of former self.
Only stat geeks, who must go away, say Trout is AL MVP over Cabrera.
McCutchen can raise African-American presence in baseball.
Michael Phelps in rio? Why? At 31?
Pacquiao fighting for Philippines amid tragedy.
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