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Angry Ward: Hall of Fame, Hoops, and Horrendous Super Bowl Hype Week

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Ken Griffey Jr.? Three douchebags failed to vote for him. Tom Seaver? 5 a-holes saw it clear to leave him off. Hank Aaron? 9 obviously- racist f**kheads didn’t vote for him.

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Tired-of-this-Sh!t Ward: NFL Playoffs – Divisional Thoughts

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NEW YORK, NY – DJ Eberle went to an ill-conceived all-you-can-eat Hungarian Goulash “event” last night, and things happened. Don’t have all in the info. Don’t want all the info. Here’s a look at this weekend’s NFL Divisional Playoffs, most of which I will be DVRing or straight up missing because my kid’s Children’s Theater performances […]

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Rain Man Rants: NFL News, Cleveland Browns And NCAA Tournament

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I should have been done with this piece much earlier but I got caught up with trying to correct people in the politics section of two separate internet sports forums. You wouldn’t believe the number of idiots there are on the Internet (no wise cracks!). But lucky for me I […]

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Chinese New Year Edition: Biggest Roosters in Sports [Ahem]

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MARLBORO, NY– Yesterday marked the Chinese New Year and ushered in the Year of the Rooster. With a little assistance from the old dictionary is the word rooster: roost-er (NOUN), a male domestic fowl; a cock. With that is the brainchild of today’s column as we address some of the biggest roosters (ahem!) in sport […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Miami, Buffalo, Maryland, Josh Gordon… Sports Postcards from Hell

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BRONX, NY – I’m back from Vacation! Tra-la-lee! What the hell were the Go-Go’s talking about when they got all weepy and wistful about the passing of a restful, resplendent summer recess. They clearly didn’t have kids or went to Disney in August. Crawling back into NYC on my hands and knees, bloated, beleaguered and thinking […]

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Ready for Some Football? NFL Predictions from Grinding Ax

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OXNARD, CA – NFL training camps are open – just as the Mets are teasing their fan base with visions of 1980’s grandeur. Moreover, Big Blue, the J-E-T-S and the rest of the NFL are gearing up to steal headlines. -Will Eli Gump have a banner year with his arsenal of weapons or will they break down […]

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NFL Free Agency: Revis, Suh and MacGyver! Plus, The Fred & Terry Show

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BLUE BAY DINER, FRESH MEADOWS, NY – “In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you […]

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Schmucks, Ducks, Pucks and Rex Ryan?

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HOPEVILLE, USA – “It’s the Most Wonderful a Time of the Year…“Well, not for everybody. The yearly fantasy football draft for real teams kicked off this week and while there were the obvious Franchise Tags pinned on key players, surprises have occurred with various trades and player dumping before signing bonuses kick in. Recycled Leftovers: […]

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NFL Coaching Carousel, Johnny Football, Boy Named Suh, Rangers

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PROBATION, USA – Coming off another NFL regular season, the Coaching Carousel spins round and round and many will fall off.  Monday’s Day After Pills were swallowed by the obvious candidates for coaching free agency.  Rex Ryan was given one hell of a farewell Sunday when Gino Smith finally put forth an effort that was expected of him. […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Suh, Bombers, Rodman and other Back to School Reading

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NEW YORK, NY – School’s back in session here in NYC and, from most accounts, Gotham is running at the back of the pack when it comes to getting our little monsters out the door and back behind their desks. Apparently, education is the one thing that New Yorkers are in no hurry to get to. […]

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