Buffalo Bills star running back Fred Jackson was back on WBBZ-TV with co-host Bob Koshinski on "The Fred Jackson Show" Monday night to recap the Bills 34-18 victory Sunday over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Jackson told Koshinski that quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick had a good game. He noted that the win will help keep playoff hopes alive for Buffalo's hometown team.
Jackson and the running offense had substantial success against the Jaguars. Jackson had 25 carries for 109 total yards.
Co-host Bob Koshinski has more on the game on his website,www.allsportswny.com.
In addition to talking football, Jackson invited his good friend, Buffalo Sabres star Patrick Kaleta, to appear on the show. Jackson, Koshinski and Kaleta talked about the right winger's fair share of fights on the ice. Jackson noted his money would be on Kaleta anytime - especially with his strong left hand.
Kaleta shared his passion for collecting and constructing objects with the popular Lego brand toys - something no other sports show has ever touched on. He updated Jackson and Koshinski on the status of the NHL lockout, and what he is up to as fans wait for hockey to return to the ice.
"The Fred Jackson Show" tapes and airs Mondays at 6:30 p.m. Those interested can make audience reservations by clicking the audience tab on the wbbz.tv website. The show is re-broadcast Mondays at 10:30 p.m., and Tuesdays at 9 a.m. on WBBZ-TV.
In addition to taking questions from the audience, Jackson and his guests sign autographs for fans, and charities.