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 -The show began today with Fred Kirsch celebrating a big Patriots victory Sunday night in Houston. Fred was delighted by the play of the New England defense.
0:05:00 -Paul Perillo and Andy Hart joined today's show in progress. They turned the discussion to the Patriots being 2015 AFC East Champions courtesy of the Giants win over the Dolphins last night.
0:10:00 -Fred asked the boys about the injury status of LeGarrette Blount after sustaining a hip injury Sunday night.
0:15:00 -The show discussed the play of Logan Ryan this season. Does he deserve Pro Bowl consideration?
0:25:00 -Andy Hart praised NBC's Sunday Night Football telecast in comparison to other network broadcasts. Andy feels that NBC does an outstanding job with replays giving viewers all angles of the play.
0:45:00 -Paul Perillo weighed in on Rob Gronkowski playing Sunday night. He voiced an opinion that the Patriots felt they needed Gronk to play Sunday to win in Houston or else they would not have played him. Even so, Paul felt Gronk was in at the end of the game when the game was in control therefore taking an unnecessary risk.
0:58:00 -Anthony in Ohio called in on the Ace Ticket Hot-Line to discuss whether or not the PFW Boys are "media" or "team employees".
1:12:00 -PFW In Progress Producer Kevin Collins treated listeners to an audio mashup of the Patriots win over the Texans. The montage included audio from Bob Socci and Scott Zolak of the 98.5 The Sports Hub Patriots Radio Network.
1:20:00 -Fred dove into the emails regarding the Patriots win in Houston Sunday night.
1:33:00 -Melvin in Tennessee called the Ace Ticket Hot-Line to discuss missing the game on Sunday night. Melvin was at the mall trying to court a pretty lady instead of watching the game much to the chagrin of the crew.
1:48:00 -Fred and Paul discussed the Tom Brady and J.J. Watt handshake after the game on Sunday.