Tag: Sam Bradford

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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NFL Week 4: Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Picks, Jets, Giants and Elliott’s Last Game?

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MARLBORO, NY – The New York football experience took an unexpected turn last week when the Jets won a game before their city counterparts. This week, the Jets look to make it a two-game winning streak, the Giants try to avoid a four-game losing skid, and the Buffalo Bills build a successful season fresh off […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Picks. Plus Saints, Broncos, Big Ben, Jets Fans

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MARLBORO, NY – Maybe you’re nursing a hangover (even money). Maybe you have children’s soccer to attend (4-1). Maybe you’re donning your Sunday best and head to church (long-shot). These are all valid reasons in not giving much thought as to whom you’re going to bet in today’s NFL games–that’s why you come to MTM on Sundays […]

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Player Progression: What I would like to see from Carson Wentz and Kristaps Porzingis

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – I will refrain from talking about the Yankees today because I think Ben did a great job on Tuesday forecasting why he thinks the Yanks will take the American League East. It’s really a must read if you’re a Yankees fan so if you haven’t yet, please do check it out. […]

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Yankees Continue to Surge, Joe Girardi for President; Bye Bye Sam Bradford

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SPANISH HARLEM – As the Bronx Bombers continue to play important games in September, I find myself confused as to how I should feel. When the Yankees rid themselves of every important asset at the trading deadline, most fans figured this to be a lost season. But even as Joe Girardi claimed that the team […]

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Broke Back Tony Romo, Ezekiel’s Reefer Madness, NFC East

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Thoughts and prayers for Big Al Sternberg and his family. Life is too short. FREEHOLD, NJ – “I Can’t Quit You.” These are the words most likely being uttered from Jason Garrett’s quivering lips as he anguishes over the latest news about Tony Romo.   The NFC East is up for grabs this year, as the Giants, Cowboys, Iggles and […]

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Thoughts on Knicks, Yankees and… Eagles???

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SPANISH HARLEM – Derrick Rose has created quite a stir with his recent comments that “everyone” is putting the New York Knicks and Golden State Warriors in the same category of “Super Teams” in the NBA. While pundits have recently stated that something must be wrong – mentally – with Rose, I think its actually the […]

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Year of Death, Rangers Futility, NFL Trades, Long Baseball Season

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EL BARRIO, EL BRONX – While my fellow MTM pundits/vagrants have already touched upon some of today’s topics, I still want the world to know my booze-soaked thoughts (I remembered I had to write something after midnight at a bar with buddy, six pints of Schaefer deep). With that, here’s our headline and topics: Year […]

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Free Week NFL Picks, News and Notes

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Baltimore, MD – It’s only taken half the season to round into stellar form re my Free NFL Picks. Another 3-1 mark last week as the Giants stayed with the Pats long enough for the cover and kept me from a sweep. But you’d have made some good coin on those picks, if you acted. […]

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Free WEEK #4 NFL Picks

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    Manalapan, NJ- Thought I’d never say this but the Garden State is where I find myself living at the moment after having foreclosed on my house which had zero to do with my miserable 2-6 (I have more children than winners) record against the spread after the first two weeks of NFL football. […]

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