FSN Notes: FSN New England Goes Live From Foxboro on Thursday; Has Week Long Coverage of Sox West Coast Swing

The Sports List Tabs 2003 Patriots as Fourth Best of All Time

Mohegan Sun's New England Sports Tonight Presented by the Boston Herald (NEST)
Hosts Gary Tanguay and Greg Dickerson will keep Boston sports fans up-to-date as the Sox wing their way west and the Patriots open up with an AFC Championship rematch on Thursday night.

NEST will hit the road for the NFL opener and telecast live from Foxboro at 6:30 p.m. NEST will also have the analysis of Boston's best football and baseball experts from the Boston Herald, WEEI, Providence Journal, Lawrence Eagle-Tribune, Hartford Courant and The Score all week long.

Weekly segments include the Friendly's Scoop with Kevin Millar on Wednesday, Four Downs with Felger on Thursday, and Goin' Yard with Buckley on Friday.

Schedule for the week*:

Mon., Sept. 6

6:30/10 p.m.

Labor Day Special – interviews with Tim Wakefield, Former Pats GM Patrick Sullivan and Doc Rivers

Tues., Sept. 7

6:30 p.m.

Eagle Tribune's John Tomase; Fred Smerlas or Steve DeOssie

10 p.m.

Best Damn Sports Show Period's Bryan Cox; The Score's Andy Gresh

Wed., Sept. 8

6:30 p.m.

Friendly's Scoop with Kevin Millar

10 p.m.

Pro Jo's Tom Curran; Friendly's Scoop with Millar

Thurs., Sept. 9

6:30 p.m.

Felger & Dickerson Live from Foxboro; Four Downs with Felger

10 p.m.

Labor Day Special Show

Fri., Sept. 10

6:30 p.m.

Pete Brock; Goin' Yard with Buckley

10 p.m.

WEEI's Pete Sheppard; Goin' Yard with Buckley

*Schedule subject to change

Mohegan Sun's New England Tailgate
WEEI's Glenn Ordway returns as host of New England Tailgate for the Patriots' title defense season. Former NFLers Steve DeOssie and Fred Smerlas add colorful analysis that only they can provide of the Patriots and their weekly opponents. New England Tailgate will air this Thursday at 7 p.m. before the Pats kickoff against the Colts.

New England Tailgate can be seen each week on Thursday at 7 p.m., Friday at 7 p.m. and various times throughout the season on Saturdays.

This week, FSN'S THE SPORTS LIST, featuring the dynamic and energetic Summer Sanders, celebrates the start of the NFL season with a week of football shows. The two-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots appear prominently in three lists: NFL Teams, Super Bowls, and NFL Plays.

Tues., Sept. 7 – NFL Teams
2003 New Patriots ranked No. 4 behind 1972 Dolphins, 1985 Bears, and 1989 49ers

Thurs., Sept. 9 – Super Bowls
Super Bowl XXXVIII Patriots 32, Panthers 29 ranked No. 3
Super Bowl XXXVI Patriots 20, Rams 17 ranked No. 8

Fri., Sept. 10 – NFL Plays
Adam Vinatieri's 45-yard field goal in snow vs. Raiders ranked No. 4

THE SPORTS LIST airs weeknights at 5:00 p.m. local with repeats at 8:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m.

FSN continues to showcase a wide variety of sports programs:

  • Fri., Sept. 3: ULTIMATE FANTASY FOOTBALL, FSN's popular series returns for a second season and debuts on FSN at 5:00 PM local. The 30-minute show, hosted by Patrick O'Neal alongside former NFL QB's Erik Kramer and Warren Moon and radio-personality Andrew Siciliano, breaks down upcoming match-ups and evaluates players to help fantasy football owners climb to the top of their fantasy standings.

  • Mon., Sept. 6: TOTALLY FOOTBALL, FSN's daily 30-minute show focusing on the world of football, returns at 5:30 PM local. Host Patrick O'Neal and a cast of analysts, including NFL insider Jay Glazer, look at NFL and college football action, detailing match-ups and giving up close looks at teams and players.

  • Sat., Sept. 18: FUEL'S 54321 WEEKLY UPDATE launches on FSN at 12:00 PM local.

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