Tag: Joe Namath

Sunday Sports Page: New York Mets, New York Rangers, NBA Playoffs, Derek Jeter

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MARLBORO, NY– Lacking pomp and circumstance, let’s get to today’s sports topics of discussion… “Why does God hate the Mets?“ the New York Post front page recently asked.  The answer is a layup. It’s as easy as connecting the dots leading from the Wilpons to Ponzi-schemer Bernie Madoff. Karma is indeed a bitch with yet another […]

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Presidential Candidates As Sports Teams: Who They Would Be

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ZIT POP, KY – From this blemish of the smallest towns, to the schmaltzy cheese (not mine) of West Palm Beach, Presidential Candidates (or not so “Presidential” Candidates) are taking to soap boxes and podiums to expound upon their fitfulness/street creds , so that you will make him, her or it (Trump and Alf have […]

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Grinding Ax: Top 10 Super Bowl Moments

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA-  Meet The Matts has been dedicated to give you, our loyal follower(s) a taste of our Super Bowl crudités platter: Sure, Fake Sandy Alderson offered up some Papa Johns with a side of Peyton Manning dispersions. And Angry Ward Calhoun laid out an in-depth dossier of possibilities and Big Game predictions… How does one follow up on literary perfection? But as […]

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Chris Christie Rides ‘dem Cowboys onto the Green Bay Frozen Tundra

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CAMP CHRISTIE,  TX –  “Let It Go, Let It Go…”  It’s time to chill out and let the Cowboys and ALL their fans enjoy their improbable run at the Lombardi Trophy… Odds? well let’s just say that not many are betting the ranch on Tony & The Romos, who will be riding – no skating […]

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Jets Dirty Dozen: NY Jets QB Drama Stirs An Ode To Broadway Joe

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NEW YORK, NY – Almost forty years have passed since Joe Namath walked with the steadiness of a newborn colt, and onto the gridiron as quarterback for the New York Jets. As incredulous as it may seem – since the NFL became a pass-friendly game in the mid-1980’s of 4.000 yard QB’s – is Joe […]

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Grote’s Gripes: Super Match-ups In Boston vs NY

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN – This year’s Super Bowl is a dream rematch between the New York Football Giants and the New England Patriots.  Ah, NY vs Boston once again.  This will be the fifth time in major sports history that NY will face Boston for the title.  The series is now split at two games apiece.  The Bruins have […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Trading Places

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NEW YORK, NY – With the holidays upon us, I’ve recently been catching up on some old cinematic favorites. Sure, I checked out It’s a Wonderful Life on NBC for the umpteenth time, Christmas Vacation every time it pops up on any number of channels, and, of course, A Christmas Story (with no commercials on TCM) […]

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Movember: Favorite Sports Mustaches

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NEW YORK, NY – The pre-Halloween snowstorm knocked us northeasterners to the canvas for two reasons: 1) Like Kris Humphries by Kim Kardashian’s shocking divorce filing, we were caught totally by surprise. 2) The weight of snow and leaves on the trees toppled them onto power lines – like the Leafs toppled the Rangers power […]

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PEYTON'S PLACE: GREATEST QB EVER?!

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by Tall Matt INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The debate remains open as to whether Peyton Williams Manning is the greatest quarterback to ever play American Football. There was voodoo and mojo and Santeria in the air in Miami Sunday night and most of it went the Saints way. A great American city still trying to shake […]

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OSCAR/PLAYOFF WATCH

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by West Coast Craig KODAK THEATER, HOLLYWOOD – Only three weeks left in the NFL season, not even that many left in 2009…it’s time to stop thinking about the Christmas shopping and start thinking about who’s in the running for the playoffs in both football and the movies. So many things have to go right […]

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