Mack and Da' Bears, Gordon to the Pats, Yankees-Red Sox broadcast switch, and more...

Episode 664,  Sep 18, 2018, 02:24 PM

Carton and Friends, Corey and Michelle, open the show recapping the Bears' defense dominating the Seahawks, with Corey and Carton questioning why Jon Gruden and the Raiders wanted to get rid of Kahlil Mack. Personal issues aside, the gang likes the Patriots trading for Josh Gordon, thinking he will be a great deep threat for Tom Brady, can spread the offense for the rest of the team and will have a great support system from the New England organization; Carton tells a caller, a Browns fan, that he can't trust an organization that hasn't won a game in almost two years. The Yankees and Red Sox are switching radio broadcasters for an inning, with John Sterling going to the Red Sox booth and Joe Castiglione joining the Yankees booth; Corey thinks this is fun, but Carton thinks it is ridiculous, especially for how much these teams hate each other. Carton goes on to say the Yankees should be worrying more about the Athletics catching them in the Wild Card. Michelle's social update includes how Tom Brady said he's excited to start working with Josh Gordon. Carton finishes the hour telling Michelle to watch the 1997 film, Boogie Nights.

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