Ty Law has put his fair share of hits on opposing players.
But he's not out there looking to hurt players, and when one goes down he's certainly not happy about it.
The same can't be said for Chiefs fans who not only cheered when a player went down, but cheered when their OWN player Matt Cassel went down.
Law, a former Chief himself, wasn't happy with the fans.
"That's a shame because at the end of the day it's a football game. Yeah out's your job I understand being passionate, but you're asking about a man's health right now. you never want to see anybody get hurt. You want to put a hard hit on him, you want to put a good lick so he'll feel it, but if somebody is lying down there on the ground, imagine if that was your kid, you know what I mean? So I think that's rude, disrespectful of the fans to do something like that."
In a game of Grab Bag, Trenni Kusnierek and Gary Tanguay discuss the best player to wear No. 5 in Boston sports history. They also touch on what the biggest rip-off is in Foxboro: Tom Brady’s $200 cookbook or $40 parking at Gillette?
“I hate that cookbook so much. It’s just emblematic of everything that’s wrong with the top one percent,” said Trenni Kusnierek. “Take that avocado ice cream and shove it. I’m gonna go eat some thick, fatty custard.”
Brady might say Trenni will 'feel the burn' in her arteries if she doesn’t follow the rules of his cookbook. But, sorry Tom, the far majority of Americans can’t afford to spend a whole paycheck on a book, of all things, nevermind support the diet the book teaches.
At least at Gillette you get to enjoy a football game.
Mike Giardi and Kevin Walsh give their opinions on which Patriots players this season will be studs, starters or stiffs.
OK, Tom Brady so what CAN Michael Felger eat?
The co-host of Felger and Mazz rants in opposition of Tom Brady’s limited diet; Brady is now selling a $200 cookbook.
Watch the video above for more.