Missed part of the show? Here’s a rewind of the program on February 3, 2014.
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Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: February 3, 2014:
ALL-TIME SHOW BY SEAHAWKS
— One of most dominant defensive performances in SB history
— Proved defense still can rule amid offensive explosions
— This wasn’t ’85 Bears stomping Eason, this was Manning
— Who saw it coming? They did, if we didn’t
— They’re mouthy, not gracious, but they back up the bluster
— Seeds in place for multiple championships
— Youngest roster for Super Bowl champion
— Defense intact, Wilson not due for new contract until 2016
MANNING THROWS DUCKS, LOSES ANOTHER BIG ONE
— Shocking to see this happen again
— No longer can defend him as greatest QB ever
— Totally discombobulated by opening botched snap
— Happy feet when Seahawks pressured him
— No elite athlete has wider discrepancy between triumphs, flops
— Is arm OK? Needs to be honest with Broncos
— Good thing he wants to return, this is no way to go out
FIRED TWICE, CARROLL A CHAMPION
— Hard to believe same guy fired by Jets, Patriots
— Inspirational story: How to reboot career, win in end
— Learned lessons at USC about coaching young men
— Applied lessons in Seattle, with yoga and new-ageism
— Wants guys thinking about repeat
INTERVIEW WITH BOB GLAUBER, NBC AND NEW YORK NEWSDAY
Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: February 3, 2014:
A SEAHAWKS CORONATION
— Could defy league of parity, attrition and create a dynasty
— Defense may deserve all-time acclaim, waiting for encore
— A healthy Harvin will make offense more explosive
— 49ers, second-best team, in division, but no worries
— Best home edge in American sports, complete operation
ANOTHER MANNING NIGHTMARE
— How do Broncos prevent it from happening again?
— Still best team in a weak AFC
— Needs a big-time running back to ease some pressure
— Find receiving weapon to replace Decker
— OL will have Clady, but broke down Sunday
— Is Fox right head coach to win a Super Bowl?
DOES NEW YORK DESERVE ANOTHER SUPER BOWL?
— Not after two major issues Sunday night
— How did “truthist” sneak into stadium, interrrupt Smith MVP interview?
— Why didn’t organizers realize 28,000 train riders would jam station?
— Lucky to have survived those situations with little harm
— Lucky to have survived polar vortex
— Next time, won’t be so lucky
— What’s wrong with warm-weather rotation?
Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: February 3, 2014:
— Mars only slighly better than Broncos
— Thank goodness for Chili Peppers
— A Super Bowl deserves epic acts
— Mars is no Prince or Michael Jackson
— Are ad creatives all stoned?
— Most lacked pizzazz
— Horses and puppies always jerk tears
— All in all, unless Seattle fan, meh day
SEAHAWKS’ PLACE IN HISTORY
MANNING’S WOBBLING PASSES, LEGACY
NFL OFFSEASON AHEAD
— Concussion lawsuit payoff
— What next in league that can’t avoid headlines?
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