We're breaking down the top segments from Wednesday'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 opened Wednesday's show as a solo act with the rest of the PFW Crew in the open Patriots locker room. Fred closed the book on the Colts and shifted the focus towards the New York Jets.
0:07:00 - The show took an unexpected turn when Fred began listing local Boston media members as either pro or anti Tom Brady. Fred began the exercise to see whether or not Tom Brady would be able to isolate and alienate those media members who were critical of him during deflategate.
0:10:00 - Paul Perillo joined the show from the New England locker room and immediately disliked the topic of conversation. Paul felt that first place being on the line in Sunday's game was a more worthy topic for discussion.
0:23:00 - The show briefly shifted to the match up between the Jets and Patriots on Sunday and the challenges the Jets offense will present the Patriots defense.
0:27:00 - Andy Hart joined the show from the locker room and immediately wanted to hear more about Fred's now famous list. Paul continued to insinuate Fred was insane for coming up with it in the first place.
0:43:00 - The topic of discussion became the health of Dion Lewis and his potential impact on Sunday's game. Paul speculated Lewis could be dealing with some type of sports hernia that could linger.
0:50:00 - Fred and Paul continued to argue over Fred's deflategate list.
0:54:00 - Erik Scalavino brought some sanity to the show with a fresh report on the Patriots practice attendance. The PFW Crew was happy to hear that Bryan Stork, Brandon LaFell, and Matthew Slater were all participating in team drills.
1:13:00 - The PFW Boys were deviated to hear that the media meal had been devoured in a matter of moments and that there was no food left for them. The disappointment was so tough to overcome that Fred needed to take a break.
1:30:00 - The show concluded with calls and emails some of which featured the Patriots offensive line. Fans wanted to know how the line would shuffle on Sunday and what the Patriots would do game plan wise to protect Tom Brady with all the injuries.