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Boomer Esiason: The Drive 10/10/17

30 Nov 1997: Quarterback Boomer Esiason of the Cincinnati Bengals tries to get away from defensive tackle Hollis Thomas of the Philadelphia Eagles during a game at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Eagles won the game 44-42. Mandatory

Boomer Esiason joins the show to say he would do anything for former teammate Alfred Williams. DMac figures out the mental state of New York according to Boomer, and Esiason says the most disappointing thing so far in NY has been the defense, as they’ve turned from dominant into a horror show. This will be a slaughter on Sunday night, Boomer says, and now there is a lack of personality with no healthy Odell Beckham Jr. Big Al wants to know why the Giants can’t defend the screen play, and Boomer notes NY is having troubles with their linebackers. Also, what Boomer is currently doing to help with cystic fibrosis in Houston & across America.

 

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