Tag: NY Giants

Mets Choking, Dan Jones Soaring, NBA is Coming

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Football season is over for me but because I live in Buffalo, I can’t avoid it, if I tried. I mean I am in the maternity store buying store and the lady behind the counter says despite her crutches she is gonna go to the game sit front row. I […]

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Replaceable Friday: Mets Train Keeps Rolling, Daniel Jones keeps shutting us up

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RAIN SOAKED, NJ – “Summertime, and no ones reading…”  Or are you? Yes kids, its that time again. Time to spit out an article with pontifications that you may or may not agree with. Last night the Mets kept the juggernaut moving toward the Promised Land – of just barely missing a playoff spot on […]

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The Idzik 12, 2019 NFL Draft And National Anthem Singers

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS: I usually describe writing for Meet the Matts as my personal Hotel California. It was easy to say yes as I’d love a chance to blog about my opinions on things going on in the world of sport. Since I began I’ve tried to quit 3 times and somehow I still […]

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Sports Rain Man: Peter Alonso, NFL Schedule, NBA and NHL Playoffs

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS: It is a good sports news week… if you ignore the likelihood Florida prosecutors will release video of Robert Kraft’s tug job [gag, vomit]. Sorry to throw up throw in that tidbit but it is arguably numero uno on the List of Things I Can Die Happy Never Seeing. Anyway, let’s […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Giants SAQuash Skins, Pats Lose on Miracle Rugby Play

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WASHINGTON, DC – It was an enjoyable NFL Week 14, highlighted for me by the Redsucks gettingSaquashed in Washington and the Pats losing on the lateral play that never works. Let’s get to it. Snyder SAQued It’s been ages since the Giants put 40 on anyone. It was great to see them do it against […]

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Big Ben Whitney: Grim Days for NY Football; Giants Should’ve Drafted Nelson, Samchize Darnold?

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TURD CITY, USA – We’re through NFL Week 10 and the cream is rising to the top. Or in the case of the NY teams, the fecal matter is sinking to the bottom. Look out Giants, the Jets elbowed their way back into the race for the City’s foulest pile of dung, with a massive […]

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Big Ben Tuesday – Angry NFL Grumblings: Controversial Plays from NFL Week 8, a Chaperone Service for NFL Athletes

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Stamford, CT: Sooooo, the Giants are garbage, the Red Sox just won another World Series and sang New York New York in the clubhouse, and the Rangers rebuild is a long way from bearing fruit. I may quit watching sports. How about some NFL Week 8 Observations? Let’s get this over with. Appreciation In one […]

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Rain Man Rants: CC Sabathia, Jimmy Butler, NY Giants, Corrupt Soccer Agents

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – This might be the easiest week I have had, as the news kept finding me. I will say one topic was meant to be talked about last week but I forgot so it is now part of this week’s topics. Here is the batting order for today: CC Sabathia, Jimmy […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: 5 Reasons for Optimism for NY Giants in Giantsland

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Last Place, NFC East: When the Giants were able to pull out a win against a mediocre Texans team a few weeks back, New York Giants fans got a little carried away with the “saved their season” hyperbole. I warned them not to get too excited, but they didn’t listen. But now, after losing on […]

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Rain Man Rants: NFL Draft Pick Review For Jets, Giants And Bills

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – The thing with living in Western New York is that there is no way of getting away from talking about the Bills. Especially with the NFL Draft, all people can do is talk about who the Bills will pick. Today, I’m only addressing the first round (this was penned before the other […]

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