Tag: New York Giants

NFC East: QB Question Marks for Each Team. Carson Wentz Top of List

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SPANISH HARLEM – Preseason football is upon us and I’m taking notice of the NFC East. For starters, it holds not only my favorite team but also a New York Giants team that many readers on this site root for. As I thought about my Philadelphia Eagles, it always came down to Carson Wentz. He […]

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Big Ben Whitney: Cris Carter’s Indefensible, Asinine Comments on Daniel Jones

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Stamford, CT: We interrupt the regularly scheduled Mets’ stroke session to bring you some football news. Daniel Jones sure looked sharp in his first preseason action over the weekend, completing all five of his passes including a pretty TD. Though it was only one series, you’d think his performance would have been enough to get […]

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100 Years of the NFL: Then And Now

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“Personally, I think it’s a shame, all the star football players who retired in the prime of life. Lou Groza, washed up at 43. Ben Agajanian, prematurely retired at 45. Y. A. Tittle, gone when he was 38 and Bob Waterfield at 33. Norm Van Brocklin hung them up at 35 as did Otto Graham, […]

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Replaceable Friday: Existential Mets Philosophy. Preseason NFL Ruminations

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FLUSHING, QUEENS: To believe or not to believe that is the question Met fans? Do we go with Tug McGraw’s “Ya Gotta Believe” is it “Once Bitten Twice Shy?” Ironically that was written by the band Great White before they burned on stage in a bizarre pyrotechnics mishap. Will the Metropolitans face a similar fate? […]

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50 Ways To Leave Mets Fans In A Flushing Toilet of Hell

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ST LOUIS, MO – Ne’er has there been a more apropos moment in MTM history than a pinch-hit juxtaposed to Angry Ward’s closing words yesterday. Buddy Diaz may not be dead but he certainly should wish he is, considering that the long arm of the MTM governing body’s infinite reach is unending. Praise be… I […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: I Could Use a Vacation from Brodie, Harden, Beckham and Sports in General

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BRONX, NY – It’s been more quiet than usual around here lately. I mean, even me, Whitney, and Dude aren’t showing up regularly to chime in with our standard gems and witty repartee. It’s summer, and it’s understandable. Everybody needs a vacation, even from the most pleasant and stimulating pursuits, but especially from sports. I […]

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Second Half Mets, No Penalty for Hill, More #USWNT

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I gotta find more hours in the day. This writing work takes forever and always drags out. Anyway, enough of this chit chat, lets get to the reason why you are all here. Today’s topics will are: Second Half Mets, No Penalty for Hill & More USWNT. Second Half Mets: […]

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Replaceable Friday: Is it Time To End Extra Inning Games?

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EXHAUSTION, USA – Full disclosure: I did not stay up to watch the entirety of the Mets 16-inning debacle/loss to the San Francisco Giants because I passed out before the ninth inning was complete. But I sensed it was going to be a marathon – a battle of attrition  – and maybe something that needs […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Five Bold-ish Predictions for the Rest of the Year – Yankees, Rangers, Giants, Pelicans, Blues

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Prescient City, USA: A few weeks ago I predicted the NY Rangers trade for Jacob Trouba would prevent them from signing a big free agent like Artermi Panarin because of salary cap ramifications. Yeah, just a bit outside with that one. But I’m not one to waddle in misery, so let’s get off the mat […]

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Tennis Anyone? Are Fittest Athletes Found On The Court?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Wow! That was some epic tennis match between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. It was one I was smart enough to stay glued to, even though there were no groceries whatsoever in my apartment. I was on my second cup of coffee when I picked up the Men’s Wimbledon Final at the […]

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