Mariotti Show Recap: Thursday, Nov. 21th

Missed part of the show? Here’s a rewind of the program on November 21, 2013.

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Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: November 21, 2013:
— DNA matches, but doesn’t prove anything
— Consensual or not? That is question
— Winston attorney upset at DNA media leak, calls press conference
— So wrong that this is public and devolving into p.r. ping-pong game
— Timetable pressing for Heisman voting, final BCS standings
— Possible decision won’t come until mid-December, after both decided
— P.R. battle has begun, who’s telling truth or not?
— Where has accuser been last nine months?
— If detective corrupt and pressure thick, needed to know then
— Manziel, ironically, poised to win Heisman, two big games ahead

— He’s right: Selig should have to testify
— No heroes here, both dirty, A-Rod wants to bring down Selig too
— Speaks out on WFAN, rips into Selig
— Remember, A-Rod is a serial cheater, has no cred when says he’s clean
— Denies cheating — did this before, in 2009, lied


Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: November 21, 2013:
— Lawyers promise to reveal significant anti-Selig evidence Friday
— Say they have a “whistleblower” in MLB office
— Clips from radio interview

— Tigers dump a financial albatross, Kinsler must stay healthy
— Both big contracts, coming off down years
— Tigers needed to pare down payroll, Scherzer, Cabrera to be paid
— Can Fielder reclaim power stroke to RF in Arlington? Still 29. DH. Texas heat?
— Rangers get $30 m between 2016-20 from Tigers
— Profar now 2B, with Andrus at SS and Beltre at 3B
— Jon Daniels, a big thinker, goes for jugular

— Texas next?
— Yankees shouldn’t overpay — think about how they got old and flawed
— Study Cardinals after Pujols, Red Sox divided up the free-agent pie


Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: November 21, 2013:

— Pouncey says Incognito wants to return to team
— They had “a laugh” while watching game on TV
— Incognito grievance hearing today
— Incognito and at least one other player allegedly mocked ethnic backgrounds
— NFL investigators have spent week at Dolphins facility

— Shawn Andrews says McNabb bullied him with Eagles
— McNabb denies

— VP of officiating said used “proper mechanics” on MNF final play
— How about using common sense?
— Competition committee must change letter of law
— Pass interference calls an issue because teams throwing more than ever
— More pass interference calls than ever, 63 percent rise since 2008
— Offensive interference calls remain flat, though, per Wall Street Journal
— Denver runs a pick play

— Say they’re united, obviously not
— Moss says Griffin has to accept some blame. Griffin blamed game plan
— Others question Griffin leadership. Said Eagles knew what was coming
— Clearly, mojo is gone, and knee has eroded his two-way brilliance
— Shanahan done

— Can banged-up NE defense get to Manning after Denver OL played so well?
— Manning hanging together by glue, still excels
— Their places in history among QBs
— Who has had better career? Brady rings 3-1, Manning numbers
— So much deeper than that, two American cornerstones, never gets old

— NFL $15,000 fine, says Lewis doesn’t have to pay
— Peterson says QBs overprotected and RBs underprotected
— They should be protected — this is football in 2013
— Protecting brains is Job One, especially when QBs are so vulnerable


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