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Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks, NFL Notes, Banter. Week 1

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – The Mets’ Edwin Diaz (Friday night) and current free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown (all summer long) were at it again… and so am I. Friends, it’s time to dust off the wad of cash you’ve been saving and hiding from your wife since you blew it all betting on last year’s […]

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NFL Nuts n Bolts: Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Picks, Betting Tips, Notes, Cheerleaders

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MARLBORO, NY – Well, it finally happened last week! I didn’t have a losing week with my Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Picks! But… I also didn’t have a winning week either, as I split the four games picked. The record stands at 25-35, which really sucks. I’m back at it, however, with these FREE Picks […]

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Big Ben Whitney: Comical Recap of New York Giants Loss to Atlanta Live Blog

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Atlanta, GA: As ridiculous as the NFC East is, the New York Giants had a chance to at least keep things interesting with a win in Atlanta. It’s hard to picture the Giants secondary being able to match up with the Falcons receivers, but you never know. As I write, the score is 13-6. The […]

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FREE NFL Picks from Cheesy Bruin, NFL Notes, Cheerleaders

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MARLBORO, NY – Does anything go by quicker in sports than the NFL season? We’re already staring at the sixth game for mostly all NFL teams today and while I’m usually hitting my stride with my selections against the spread at this juncture, I’ve been a major disappointment at 9-11 for the year. Looking to […]

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Eagles, Bengals, Tennessee Titans and Who Should Start Wild Card for Yankees vs Oakland

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SPANISH HARLEM – My Philadelphia Eagles lost a tough game against the Tennessee Titans in overtime yesterday when Marcus Mariota lobbed a pass into the end zone to Clay Davis with 13 seconds left in the game. That’s when the harsh reality hit me that I would have to a write a Monday column with […]

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Big Ben’s Super Bowl Recap: Brick Hands Brady Terminated by Pederson’s Mighty Balls

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Now that the Super Bowl is over, it’s time to talk about the Knicks. They suck. Now back to football. That game had more plot twists than the episode of This is Us that followed. You know, according to my wife. I didn’t watch it. Anyhoo, let’s try to make some sense of one wild […]

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My Yankees Lineup and Three Things Eagles Need To Do To Win

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SPANISH HARLEM – This is the first time I have written about the Philadelphia Eagles since  Carson Wentz went down for the count. Right then I knew it was over. All the joy that I felt about the season, all the hope I had… GONE! I felt a little bit of sympathy for Angry Ward […]

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Big Ben’s Wildcard Ramblings: Saints and Giants Trading Places, Belichick Losing it, Andy Reid Chokes Again

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STAMFORD, CT – I don’t know who told you I forget to write something for today, but it’s a lie. A very stable genius like me would never forget, in spite of a late hockey game and one-year old twins who just would not let me sleep last night. I’m not stalling at all right […]

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Ward and Peace Wednesday: NFL Playoffs, Matt Harvey, and the Longest MTM Post Ever Published

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NEW YORK, NY – That loud hissing sound you’re hearing is all the air being let out of the “Holiday Season” balloon. Hope everyone had a great Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day, New Years, whatever. To paraphrase Billy Shakespeare: Now is the winter of our discontent. Here in the Northeast, and particularly in New York, the […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: A Wacky NFL Week 17 and Knee Jerk Wildcard Predictions

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Buffalo, NY: Happy New Year! Thanks for reading, Mom. May 2018 bring joy to you all, even Mets fans. NFL Week 17 brought a wild finish in the AFC, with four teams finishing 9-7. But the better wildcard games should be in the wide open NFC. Let’s try to make sense of some of the […]

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