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PFW in Progress Recap 12/8: Eagles Review

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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, Paul Perillo, and Andy Hart manned the show today. They began the program discussing Sunday's 35-28 loss at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles.

0:14:00 -The guys discussed the performances of Brandon LaFell and Scott Chandler on Sunday. With Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman still out of action the PFW Boys expected more from LaFell and Chandler.

0:31:00 -Fred Kirsch discussed the fans booing the Patriots off the field at the end of the first half on Sunday. The topic kicked off a discussion about the Patriots fans attending games at Gillette Stadium.

0:44:00 -The PFW Guys have not been impressed with the play of Patriots linebacker Jonathan Freeny. Andy Hart would like to see more Jerod Mayo and less Frenny.

0:46:00 -The show took a myriad of phone calls from angry Patriots fans across the country and around the globe.

1:05:00 -PFW In Progress Producer Kevin Collins provided an audio mashup of Sunday's Patriots loss to the Eagles featuring sound from Bob Socci and Scott Zolak on the 98.5 The Sports Hub Patriots Radio Network.

1:15:00 -Andy Hart began a discussion on where the Patriots stack up currently in the NFL. His question to Fred and Paul was going into this weekend where would you rank the Patriots in the NFL in terms of if you had to play a playoff game this weekend.

1:30:00 -The PFW Boys discussed the Amendola to Brady pass that occurred in Sunday's game. Andy did not care for "wasting" such a unique play so early in the season.

1:50:00 - The show concluded with hypothesizing how the Patriots, Broncos, and Bengals will finish the last four games of the NFL regular season.

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