Tony Boselli serves as the lead analyst for Thursday Night Football on Westwood One. Boselli has worked as an NFL game analyst and sideline reporter for Westwood One for the past nine seasons. The former offensive lineman was the second overall pick in the 1995 NFL Draft by the expansion Jacksonville Jaguars, where he starred for seven seasons. He helped lead them to four straight playoff appearances and two conference championship games. He was a 5-time Pro Bowler, and named to the 1990’s all-decade team. He was also selected by the Houston Texans as the #1 pick in the 2002 expansion draft, though a shoulder injury ended his career before he could ever play a game for them.
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Ross Tucker gave it the best go in Week 1 with a 10-6 mark, but Tony Boselli is off to the best start this week after correctly backing the Bengals on Thursday Night Football. The rest of… Read More »
CINCINNATI, OH – Andy Dalton threw four touchdown passes in the first half – including three to A.J. Green – as the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night. Ian Eagle and Tony Boselli called the action on Westwood One. Read More »
Each week on the NFL Today, Westwood One analyst and former All-Pro offensive lineman Tony Boselli checks in to provide his view from the trenches. Read More »
A new season of NFL football means a new chance for our analysts to compete for bragging rights. A year ago, Ross Tucker had the best record in the regular season but it was Kurt Warner that picked the Eagles in the Super Bowl to come from behind and win… Read More »
ST. PAUL, MN – Super Bowl week is officially underway with Super Bowl Opening Night taking center stage at the Xcel Energy Center. Guests on tonight’s show include Patriots wide receiver Brandin Cooks, Eagles running back LeGarrette Blount, NFL Network analyst and three-time Super Bowl champion Willie McGinest and former… Read More »
PHILADELPHIA, PA – It wasn’t exactly pretty, but the Philadelphia Eagles are on to the NFC Championship Game after a 15-10 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday afternoon. Nick Foles threw for 246 yards and led the Eagles on a pair of long drives that led to a pair… Read More »
2-2 was the record most common in the Wild Card round, but Tony Boselli picked up some points on the field with a 3-1 mark. Once again this weekend, each correct pick is worth four points as everyone looks to chase down Ross Tucker. Game Boomer Esiason Jason Taylor Kurt… Read More »
The playoffs are here and that means it’s all on the line for our panel of analysts. We took every regular season win and turned it into a point, but in the postseason, point values increase. For each winner the next two weeks, we’ll give our guys four points. So… Read More »