Friday's Mashup: Is the AFC East wide open?

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By WEEI 93.7

Happy Memorial Day Weekend!  

BROADCAST HIGHLIGHT

Celtics vs. Suns, 1976 NBA Finals, 3 OT classic on NBC Sports Boston, 8 p.m.

INTO THE GREAT WIDE OPEN?

Frank Gore says the AFC East will be wide open. Jim Kelly said Bills win East. Really?

Frank Gore, who has played for the Dolphins then the Bills now the Jets, thinks the AFC East is "wide open" because "Brady's gone" https://t.co/8Y40glzs66

— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) May 21, 2020

THE MATCH IS GONNA BE LIT

You want Tom Brady. You get Tom Brady, albeit on a golf course. He is partnering up with Phil Mickelson to stare down Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods. But this is going to be about Brady, who is evidently pretty decent at this sport, as well.

How good is Tom Brady at golf? ‘He basically played 9 holes like a tour pro’ - @RyanHannable https://t.co/esZvWPMlMr

— WEEI (@WEEI) May 21, 2020

IF ONLY WE MADE THIS UP ... 

We've highlighted previously the methods some teams overseas have practiced to put "fans" in the stands of people-free games. Like the cardboard cutout fans in Germany. But this takes the spectator cake. A South Korean football team has been fined for placing...sex dolls...that's not a typo...in the stands in absence of actual humans. 

After using sex dolls as fans, FC Seoul:• was fined 100 million won• might get kicked out of their stadiumhttps://t.co/4rlEaZFqBU

— SB Nation (@SBNation) May 21, 2020

BECAUSE YOU NEED THIS

Can't go to an amusmeent park or your favorite playgrouns this Memorial Day weekend? Then get resourceful, like this fellow did! Seriously, this is a humblebrag worth charging admission to...from a safe social distance.

This grandfather built his grandson a a rollercoaster in the backyard during the pandemic and it’s definitely the Twitter content I’m here for...pic.twitter.com/9YidJLGREs

— Rex Chapman---- (@RexChapman) May 21, 2020

FLASHBACK FRIDAY

On this day in 1884 a one-armed pitcher named Hugh Daily struck out 13 batters for the Chicago Browns. One note on Daily: He once punched his catcher for throwing the ball back too the mound with a bit too much gusto.