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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Buffalo Sabres, Carmelo Anthony, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Rams

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – I could wait and write some boring introduction, but I’m not going to. Are the Buffalo Sabres a playoff team? Yup. I just wrote that. Here’s a fresh set of Ebs’ Hot Takes. Enjoy. The Sabres are most definitely a playoff team. Now, when I write about one of my […]

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FREE NFL Picks, NFL Notes, Cheerleaders, Chatter from Cheesy Bruin

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MARLBORO, NY – After going 2-2 during last weekend’s NFL selections, I broke a tiring string of three consecutive 1-3 weeks in the process. Feeling better about things has me primed for a winning streak that I just sense in my bones. Here are this week’s winners: FAVORITE There are a lot of hefty favorites […]

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Sports Fun Friday: Steve Kerr, Barney Fife’s Blueshirts, Insufferable Red Sox Fans, Diva Odell

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LOS ANGELES, CA – We’re not here. We’re in NYC and by “we,” I mean me, the wife and dog. It’s dark longer, it’s colder and the sports scene is awful – outside of rugby, which many of you need to embrace. But back to LA. and it’s relevance here. The St. Louis Rams of […]

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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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Ebs’ Hot Takes: Villanova, Yankees, Brandon Drury, Philadelphia 76ers, LA Rams

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CLIFTON PARK, NY – What a weekend. Opening Day and the Final Four in a span of three days, it doesn’t get much better than that. The New York Yankees started their season on Thursday and haven’t stopped playing yet. It’s great. Sure, there are 162 games in all and many think the beginning of […]

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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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New Year’s Gambling Eve: FREE NFL Picks, Notes, Joe Namath, Cheerleaders

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TIMES SQUARE – The Waterford Crystal ball descends tonight to usher in 2018, but before that happens I’ll be tapping into my crystal football for the last edition of Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks. No other team sport season flies by quite like the NFL, as it seems like just yesterday I was making over/under […]

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The Week That Was: Eagles, Knicks and Yankees Managerial Search

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SPANISH HARLEM – What a great week that was, between all the food and alcohol that was consumed I’m sure there were a ton of people that can’t wait to do this again two more times on Christmas and New Year’s. While we wait I have another column of “The Week That Was”. The Philadelphia […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: NFL Quick Hitters – Giants Win Ugly, Overrated Joe Namath, Alex Smith Benched

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Stamford, CT: I’m way over-caffeinated and watched a lot of football over the weekend. The A.D.D. is in full effect, so here comes some NFL Quick Hitters. The Giants won, but there was a lot to dislike. The last thing we need is for ownership to decide, “Hey, let’s give McApoo and Reese more time.” Eli Manning […]

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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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