[wysifield-embeddedaudio|eid="409056"|type="embeddedaudio"|view_mode="full"]We're breaking down the top segments from Tuesday's edition of the PFW in Progress radio show so you don't miss a thing. Hit play on the podcast above and forward to the segments indicated below to listen.
0:02:00 - Fred Kirsch began today's show as a solo act with the rest of the crew in the Patriots open locker room. Fred began the show with a strong belief that both Cincinnati and Pittsburgh were to blame for the controversial ending of Saturday night's AFC Wild Card Game.
0:10:00 - Fred went on to say that he will be rooting for Denver in this weekend's Divisional Round match up against Pittsburgh. Despite the fact a Steelers victory would give New England home field advantage in the AFC Championship, Fred feels Pittsburgh deserves to lose.
0:17:00 - Andy Hart joined the program from the New England locker room. Andy brought a lot of energy to the show and immediately began an argument with Fred over how much of a threat Kansas City presents New England.
0:26:00 - Paul Perillo joined the show and voiced his opinion that the Patriots will get back to playing their way on Saturday night, but the game will not be a blow out.
0:40:00 - The show discussed the status of Julian Edelman and his quotes from yesterday indicating he will be going full speed on Saturday night. Paul and Andy voiced some concern that he may re-injure his broken foot.
0:57:00 - Erik Scalavino joined the show straight from the Patriots practice field. He broke the news to the show that Rob Gronkowski was not present at practice. The guys were immediately concerned with Gronk's absence.
1:11:00- Chris with a Tian called the show on the Ace Ticket Hot-Line to inform Fred that Paul Perillo had a spirited debate with Bob Neumeier on CSNNE last night.
1:31:00 - The show recapped the flurry of interviews and hiring involving the Patriots coaches and front office. These mostly include Bob Quinn accepting the General Manager job in Detroit as well as the interview process of Josh McDaniels and Matt Patricia regarding various NFL head coaching openings.