Kyle Van Noy clowns Boston radio clowns

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All he did was tag Felger and Mazz in a tweet accepting the Ron Burton Community Service Award.  Ron Burton was the Patriots first draft pick ever in 1960.  He was a pillar in the community as he started the Ron Burton Training Village to empower and enrich challenged youth.  Kyle Van Noy and his wife established the Van Noy Valor Foundation, which works with adopted and fostered kids and their families.  He's a good dude, and a leader at linebacker for the Patriots.

Now I don't want to go in the gutter and take shots, but what the hell.  Felger, you look like one of the Beach Boys mated with Kenny Loggins.  What the hell happened to you?  Get a haircut and shave you hippy.  Mazz, I'll go back to my favorite analogy of when you speak, it sounds like you are in the middle of eating a bowl of minestrone.  There's so much going on in that mouth of yours, I feel like I should throw a piece of pumpernickel in there to sop up the mess.  Nothing was better than when Van Noy was on with Max "Cliff" Kellerman after the super bowl, clowning him.  I was in my Hugh Heffner silk robe, smoking a pipe as I shouted, "here, here my good man."  (Like Billy Zane in Titanic.  Whatever happened to that guy?)

In all seriousness, I love Felger and Mazz.  They know what they're doing.  They take their antagonist approach to get us fans fiyad up guy, and it works.  Somebody needs to keep us on our game and make sure we don't take this dominance for granted.  Can you imagine being, oh, I don't know, a Bills fan?  Cut off my arm and slap me in the face with it.  You can't get ratings if all you do is wash balls pally.


I'll never let go Jack, follow me on twitter @tc1three