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Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL PICKS, NFL News, Kardashians, Ezekiel Elliott, Jared Goff

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MARLBORO, NY – Hoo-freakin’-ray! After a summer sports season of disgust around these parts, the 2017 NFL season kicks off today amid a nasty band of weather to the south. Fully expecting to hit the ground running, I’m here to rock you like a hurricane with Cheesybruin’s Free NFL Picks. If you’re new to MTM, […]

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Calling All Gamblers: NFL Picks Rising And Falling. NFL Teams To Bet On

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MARLBORO, NY – Tomorrow is Labor Day and signals the unofficial end of summer; one in which we didn’t have the normal heat that comes with the season. In the sports world, the cool nights and crisp air ushers in the upcoming NFL season in four days and NHL pucks drop in a month. These […]

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Ready For Some Football? 2017 NFL OVER Win Totals, Cheerleaders and Surprise Teams

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MARLBORO, NY – Last week I bored you with my UNDER win totals in the NFL for the fast approaching 2017 season. While I find it easier figuring out who will downright suck, here are my four teams that will exceed Las Vegas’ expectations and cash our tickets at the same time. NEW YORK JETS […]

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Gambling Season & Cheesy Bruin’s NFL Picks Are Back! UNDER Win Totals.

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MARLBORO, NY-The NFL owes it’s maddening popularity to gambling. It doesn’t matter if you’re throwing some shekels down on fantasy football, an office pool, a numbers “box” at the local watering hole, or betting against the Las Vegas point spread. What I do on NFL Sundays is give you people money-winning advice–at about a 60% […]

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Drugs Everywhere! Zach Randolph, Rafael Marquez Alvarez and NFL Trades

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MARLBORO, NY – I’m over having nothing to talk about as there is plenty to opine on as lots of news has passed over the airwaves very recently. Without wasting time and precious words let’s hop to it… Zach Randolph: When is too much not enough? Apparently the 36 year-old Sacramento Kings forward’s new two […]

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NFL HoF, Alex Rodriguez, Yankees Not Sucking, Roger Goodell, Jerry Jones, Red Zone

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MARLBORO, NY – It’s the beginning of August, so that means one thing and one thing only… sports sucks! Little League World Series games can’t get here fast enough for myself and the portion of New York baseball fans who root for the pathetic bunch from Queens. As a matter of fact, the summer has […]

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MLB Player Safety and NY Jets New “Coach”

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MARLBORO, NY-Here we are ready to make the foray into the dog days of August in a few days and that means only two things are worth talking about– baseball and the return of NFL Training Camps.¬† Two things caught my attention very recently and without further ado here they are… First, baseball: On Friday […]

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Jets, Yanks, Mets, Knicks, Rangers, Giants: NY Sports Scene Is A New York Infrastructure Mess

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MARLBORO, NY – Living sixty-five plus miles from the city and being “retired,” I don’t have to worry about commuting into and out of the infrastructure nightmare that is New York City. Coincidentally, the recent Big Apple rail woes are very similar to the plague cast upon area sports teams. With the help of a […]

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Will Ferrell Sports Flicks: Old School, Semi-Pro, Blades of Glory, Kicking and Screaming, et al

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MARLBORO, NY – Proving that laughter keeps you young, today is¬†comedic actor Will Ferrell’s 50th Birthday. What does this have to do with sports you might ask? Well, aside from being one of my favorites, Ferrell has appeared in his fair share of sports movies. To be honest, there has been one disappointment in the […]

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Summer Sports Wipe Out: Benjamin Button and Staff Wiffle Ball Wars

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MARLBORO, NY -I’ve got nothing. It’s July 9th and I’ve got nothing to really talk about regarding sports. There’s no way I can get five-hundred words out of St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Matt Carpenter’s bunt base-hit to the wide open left side of the infield during a defensive shift by the Mets on Friday […]

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