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NFL Slim Pickins: Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks, Andy Dalton, Cheerleaders

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MARLBORO, NY– This edition of Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks is brought to you by Rittenhouse Rye Whiskey and is surprisingly being written on a Thursday because of one reason and one reason only… this weekend’s opening round of playoffs will suck. Don’t believe me? Taking a look at the four point-spreads for these games, […]

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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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What Ebs’ Learned: Syracuse Hoops, Atlanta Hawks, NFL Playoffs, College Football Playoffs

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – Without the Buffalo Bills playing this weekend, I didn’t quite know what to do. The Wild Card round was cool and all, but I had a pretty good hunch each one of the four games was going to be a blowout. And the game I was looking forward to most – the […]

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Hypocrites All! The NFL, Boomer Esiason & CBS!

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Cincinnatti, OH—-At the conclusion of last weekend’s Steelers-Bengals first round playoff game, viewers were quickly directed to the CBS studio. Here a collection of former NFL players/NFL shills (is there a difference?) pulled no punches in assigning blame. Blame for the carnage that took place on the field during the league-directed Steelers victory.  The blame […]

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Two Nights Before Christmas: Holiday Sports Poem About Teams & Sports Writers

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HOMELAND, NJ – It would be easy to take on the role of The Gloater this week… However, it is Christmas week here in Mattville.  In lieu of this approach, I have decided to re-write  a Christmas Poem. I hope you all enjoy it. Two Nights Before Christmas ‘Twas two nights before Christmas and all through […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: Super Bowl Bye Week, Pro Bowl, Winter Olympics, and Baseball

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EL BARIO, BRONX – The Polar Vortex was foretold last week but my Yimness! It has been so cold the Good Deacon Blaber, yours truly, has screamed “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!”  is going on! It’s so cold, it’s ridiculous. I have lived in the NYC and Buffalo area for the majority of my life and I […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: NFL Playoffs, London Nets, Kinetic Knicks, Mock NFL Drafts, Polar Vortex

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EL BARIO, BRONX –  ‘Tis a beautiful Saturday, this, the third Saturday of the first month in the Two Thousandth and Fourteenth year of his Yimness’ grace, and we gaze back at the week that was. We look at the London Nets, the Kinetic Knicks, the NFL Playoffs, the repeated NFL Mock Drafts and finally… […]

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How About The AFC East!?!

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Seven weeks into the NFL season and who would have thought that the difference between worst and first in the AFC East is a mere two games? Year after year the New England Patriots run away with the East, but after watching the Pats first seven games this season might be different. With two divisional […]

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NFL Playoffs Recap & Things To Do While Not Watching !@#$ Lance Armstrong

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“… shame on that hoary billionaire Winfrey for foisting this piece of human excrement on us.” LE FRENCH ALPS – We’ll get to this weekend’s scintillating NFL playoff action, believe you me.  But first I’d like to begin with a list of things I’d rather do than watch Lance Armstrong on the Ophrah Winfrey Show […]

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NFL & Hot Stove: Contenders and Pretenders

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LOS ANGELES, CA – It’s December; the home stretch for NFL 2011 and a month of holiday parties. A lot of office work that has to be done before the break, all that shopping is yet to be done and you haven’t even thought about what your Christmas card is going to be. Likewise, the […]

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