It's Wiggy Tuesday's on the Felger and Mazz show, with former Patriots tight end Jermaine Wiggins joining the pair on the show.
Today's opening segment was all about Aaron Hernandez and how the Patriots will fair without him. Wiggins' take? They're going to go stagnant. Wiggins says that Hernandez is the focal point of the Patriots offense, but that didn't sit well with Tony Massarotti.
"This idea -- and I've heard this a lot in the last couple of days and it's starting to drive me crazy and piss me off a little bit -- this whole idea that, "well, he's the focal point of their offense.' No, he isn't," Massarotti said. "Tom Brady is the focal point of the offense ... but they still have Gronkowski, Welker, Lloyd, Edelman if you want to throw him in, Ridley ... Woodhead -- they have plenty of people to score points."
Felger is on Mazz's side, in the sense that the Patriots should be able to make due with the players remaining on the field, with out without Hernandez.
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