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Angry Ward Wednesday: Modern-Day Sports Superheroes and Villains for Stan Lee

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NEW YORK, NY – Marvel Comics mastermind Stan Lee died a couple of days ago at the ripe old age of 95. A good run, by anyone’s standards. He leaves behind a loyal legion of fans and a litany of comic book characters that will live on forever. Though I was never a big comics guy, […]

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Angry Ward Independence Day: Sports Fireworks and Duds

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NEW YORK, NY – Today is the Fourth of July and, who are we kidding, no one is going to be visiting this site. Like Joey Chestnut winning the Nathan’s hot dog eating contest and Jeurys Familia sh!tting the bed in the 9th inning, it’s a given. Still, there’s a job to do, and I’m just […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: McAdoo Out, Melo Meh, Bob McNair Does Nothing – It All Adds Up

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BRONX, NY – People, you haven’t lived until you’ve overseen long division and multiplication homework for your fourth-grader. If Eli Apple showed even one-tenth of the passion for tackling and defending that my kid shows for not wanting any part of math, he’d be well on his way to becoming the next Dick “Night Train” Lane. […]

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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 Time Travel, Buffalo Bills, Knicks v Lakers, New York City FC

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EL BARRIO, DE BRONX – Yours truly, Deacon Blaber, spends a healthy amount of time opining on the latest sports news. However, today I will attempt something different. Today, I will share with you the thoughts of my flock; the people I know and their thoughts on sports matters. Included in this group is the […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Donald Sterling, NASCAR, MMA and Retro Kids TV

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 BRONX, NY – I’m not sure if it was the whole Donald Sterling mess that started it, but these days sports seems to be sending me back to simpler times in search of clues, answers, and maybe even an after-school snack. It’s true. Much of what is happening in athletics these days seems either eerily […]

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Yeah, I was the first to say it: FIRE REX RYAN!!!

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UPPER WEST SIDE, NYC – Rarely will I ever admit to having the tendencies of a New Yorker.  In fact, the idea of me having to trade in my Missouri driver’s license before March makes me want to puke.  That being said, every so often I embrace my inner New York and it translates into […]

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Independence Day Hangover: Players That Should Call In Sick

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FT. McHENRY, MA –  The day after Independence Day is supposed to be an-off day. You know, part of a 3-day weekend. But when it falls midweek, companies don’t automatically give the ensuing day off. MeetTheMatts.com is one of those companies. Yet, certain rogue/rouge writers, Cookie and Different Matt, decided the day is theirs; not […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Hurricanes, Obama, Romney & Sports

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WASHINGTON, DC – That was some Presidential election last night, eh kids? Since I am writing this before network talking heads start divvying up states between President Obama (the winner) and Mitt Romney like  so many baseball cards,  I’ll leave it to those one-time Super Bowl halftime dinosaurs The Who to sum up the results: “Meet the new boss, same as the […]

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A Giant Ribbing: St. Louis Guy Rips Giants Fans

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RUTHERFORD, NJ –  Four times a year the bear inside of some of you that is a New Yorker, comes out to rear its ugly mug.  What time of year am I talking about? The start of a new sports season.  That New Yorker just escapes from the body in inexplicable unsubstantiated hate directed at the […]

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