The removal of a man from a United Airlines flight this week has sparked a debate about flier's rights. The man, a 69 year old Louisville doctor was bloodied up while being removed from the plane by airport security officers.

A case can be made that an airline can legally remove passengers if a flight is overbooked but did the way it was done create a public relations nightmare for United?

Phil, Brian and Barry air it out in this week's installment of Friday Faceoff.