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Big Ben Tuesday: Did Shahanan Blow Another Super Bowl with Aggressive Play Calling Again?

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Miami, FL: Howard Marks, the famous investor, spoke in his recent letter about not judging the quality of a decision by the outcome. Crazy right? It’s all about results. Did you win or lose? Did you take her home or wind up with Harry Palmer? But Marks is not wrong. If you have trip aces […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Super Bowl Prediction

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Miami, FL: It’s hard to talk about anything in sports besides the Kobe tragedy, but that’s the last thing I want to talk about. Way too much for me to unpack. I don’t give him a pass for the incident in Colarado, but the clips of Kobe and Gianna were gut wrenching. Isn’t there a […]

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Monday Morning QB: NFL Playoffs, NFL Hirings, New Mets Manager

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Monday! The NFL season is almost over but now prepare for two weeks of pointless analysis. I advise you all to avoid ESPN. However, I wouldn’t be doing my (volunteer work) “job” if my piece today didn’t touch on… NFL NFL Playoffs, NFL Coach Hirings and New Mets Manager. […]

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Big Ben Whitney: Dissecting and Digesting a Delightful Divisional Round

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The Road to Miami: Well it’s Tuesday. And like the dairy farmer said to his delivery guy, I’d better churn something out. It was a hell of an entertaining weekend in the NFL and it’s time to break it down. Big Ben is here to help dissect and digest a delightful divisional round. Giants Tangent […]

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Big Ben: Christmas Caroling Around the NFL: Traditional Songs for Teams, Players, Coaches

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The North Pole – Thanksgiving was late this year, so we have to get into the Christmas spirit with the haste of the boy outside of Scrooge’s window sent to buy the prize turkey. I’m here to help. Let’s go Christmas Caroling Around the NFL. I’ll Be Home for Christmas Maybe the New York Giants […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Chargers, MLB, and Tanking Teams Think Too Much

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BRONX, NY – Before I get going on like my billionth post for this site, I want to direct anyone who didn’t happen to read Ben Whitney’s very funny piece yesterday to do that right now. It was truly stellar. For everyone else who has to write this week, don’t worry, I’m here to lower […]

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Big Ben: Making Sense of the NFL Landscape; Lamar Jackson, Raiders, 49ers

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STAMFORD, CT – Will the real NFL contenders please stand up… please stand up… please stand up. Just when we think we have the NFL figured out, Week 10 comes along and shakes it up. I’ve come to make [a little] sense of this NFL landscape. Or not. Moving on Up Well, Lamar Jackson put […]

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Big Ben Friday Special: What to Make of Fast/Slow NFL Starts

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Hello? Fine, I’ll do it. After three weeks of football, the picture is getting a little clearer. But it’s not that clear. Some teams have benefited from an easy schedule and might not be legit. And some of the slow starters can still get back in it. I’m here to help separate the weeds from […]

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Ebs Hot Takes: Baseball Hall of Fame, Tom Brady, Duke Basketball

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – I just want to touch on the NFL playoffs before I jump into my hot takes. First off, what was Dee Ford thinking? I’ve played plenty of defensive end and defensive line in my life and never have I lined up that far offsides. I get wanting to use every […]

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Big Ben Whitney: Chiefs Defeat Patriots and End the Dynasty!

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KANSAS CITY , MO – The Chiefs defeated the Patriots 28-24 on Sunday. The Pats started strong but weren’t able to finish. Tom Brady looked like a mortal and the team didn’t have enough talent to keep up with the high flying Chiefs. Did we finally witness the end of this amazing dynasty? The ball bounced […]

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