Tag: Bill Parcells

Big Ben Tuesday – One Giant Display of Crap, Surprise Contenders in the NFC

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Stamford, CT: At this point in the football season I expected to be breaking down the New York Giants pushing for the playoffs. Yeah, no. Man, what a train wreck. Then again, “train wreck” is not a big enough disaster to describe this bunch. Unless you like watching players quit, Sunday was another pathetic display. And […]

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Ray Handley Redux? Giants Blow it Again

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Caldwell, NJ–Say it ‘aint so, Johnny. Say it ‘aint so!  The previously vaunted and legendary original NFL Franchise known as the New York Football Giants made a decision yesterday. Giants co-owner John Mara was a part of this same organization way back in 1991.  At that time, Big Blue was coming off their 2nd Super […]

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Killing Coughlin: Classless New York Giants

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SWAMPS OF JERSEY – Now that Eli Manning’s quivering lip has subsided, let’s look back at the lack of class shown by a New York Giants organization which has been revered as First Class.  Tom Coughlin achieved great things for a team that was fairly mediocre during his tenure. A record of 102 wins against 90 losses was actually worse than Small Matt & Big […]

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Creepy Sports Threesomes, Rob Lowe and World Series Observations

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FRESH MEADOWS, NY – You know how celebrity deaths tend to come in “threes?”  Well, I just came from the Rec Center – where Creepy Me enjoys watching folks swim –  and  noticed that things really do come in threes. Plus, there are so many cool ways to use the number 3 when describing teammates, […]

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Meet The Matts Radio: Is David Wright Done? Is Matt Harvey More Important? Do MLB Managers Matter?

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re back from our prevaricated sabbatical to Turks & Caicos, where we couldn’t find a sound studio on a par with our MTM Carbon Footprint Studios. So today’s Meet The Matts Radio segment, featuring a rather “uppity” Bobby V and “caffeinated” Mad Dog, has particular pep. The Topics (not to be […]

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What’s a Good Manager Worth? Do Coaches Matter in MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL?

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NEW YORK, NY – What’s a good MLB Manager worth?  Or a good Coach?  In Major League Baseball, can a good field general get you 5 additional wins across a 162 game schedule? How about the other sports? Does a good Head Coach in the NFL enable an extra win or two across a 16 […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: Jets vs Patriots, Matt Birk, Road Warrior Rangers, Basketball Pre-Season

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EL BARIO, BRONX – “A fool shows his annoyance at once, but a prudent man overlooks an insult.” – Proverbs 12:16  At the Church of JB, Deacon Blaber is reading from the pulpit. We are talking about… hate. The power of hate and how sometimes it is good for the soul is front and center. […]

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Uber Sports Babe Lori Levine on Giant Hopes, Life & Times of Lawrence Taylor, Mariano Bobblehead

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NEW YORK, NY – This was a rough summer, to say the least. With the Yankees’ injuries, looming retirements, elimination from the post-season, more reported PED usage, Mariano Rivera bobblehead-gate, and twerking becoming a national pastime; I was definitely excited for a new beginning. And, that beginning is the NFL, and more specifically, the New […]

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Parcells Guys, Mets Pyrrhic Win, Hero & Villain of the Week

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ATLANTA, GA – Happy Saturday Mets Fans!  Going beyond a typical shout out to the loyal fan base here on MTM, I’ll happily start off with the the NY Met’s 11th inning 4-2 win over the Kansas City Royals.  Sure they are 14.5 games behind my beloved Braves, but Eric Young Jr. still gave us all […]

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Last Day Of March Sports Ramblings From Our Sports Professor

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END OF THE ROPE, USA –  Linsanity has died down. A stubborn losing streak and horrific assist-to-turnover ratio will do that. The Rangers are still being ignored. When you play over 80 regular season games and then let sixteen teams into the playoffs, not too many people care until after the first round of the playoffs. […]

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