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Joe Rose Show with Zach Krantz: Canes Bring Out the Turnover Chain 6 Times, Fins vs. Pats Preview

The Joe Rose Show with Zach Krantz
September 28, 2018 - 10:45 am

Today during the 1st hour:

- The Turnover Chain was busy last night, as the Canes crushed North Carolina.

- Rams and Vikings put on a show on Thursday Night Football.

- Joe does his daily ripping of Roger Goodell and the roughing the passer rules.

- Joe and Zach rip Tristan Thompson for saying the Cavs are still the team to beat in the East.


Today during the 2nd hour:

- Interview with Larry Blustein, South Florida High School Sports Show

- Joe and Zach discuss how vicious the Canes defense was last night

- Joe and Zach preview the Dolphins-Pats game on Sunday


Today during the 3rd hour:

- Interview with Ben Volin, Boston Globe

On Patriots starting off the season 1-2, "I do expect them to bounce back. I think they'll get better later on in the season. That's just what they always do. I've seen this movie too many times to write them off right now. But they do have issues. I think they have personnel issues. They don't have a ton of speed on offense and Dolphins could be catching them at the right time." 

- We’re joined by Louie the Barber to get his best betting picks for the weekend.


Today during the 4th hour:

- We talk about how Joe’s former teammates have been successful at opening sports bars and restaurants around town.

- Joe shares a story about how Don Shula was able to invest in Burger King before it became really big

- Interview with Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk

"Look what happened yesterday, the Panthers signed Eric Reid. The other guy who has a collusion greivance and is suing the league finally gets employment yesterday. And, the world has not stopped spinning. The sky is not falling. The NFL's business model did not implode. There was not a lot of blowback against the Panthers signing Eric Reid. There wasn't an angry tweet from someone in Washington that would have loved a create a diversion yesterday between the hours of 11am and 2pm."