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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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New Year’s Gambling Eve: FREE NFL Picks, Notes, Joe Namath, Cheerleaders

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TIMES SQUARE – The Waterford Crystal ball descends tonight to usher in 2018, but before that happens I’ll be tapping into my crystal football for the last edition of Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks. No other team sport season flies by quite like the NFL, as it seems like just yesterday I was making over/under […]

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Jim Caldwell, USA Hockey and Greedy Nike

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – My compliance lasted 1 week. I went to bed and thought no Mini-Matt text, so I must be good. Got the text this morning, going “Guy! Guy?!” So guess what? I am back… A little hungover and a lot tired but let’s get to it. We will use my tried-and-true […]

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Rangers Lose Chris Kreider as Winter Classic Looms to Swedish Babes?

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NEW YORK, NY – When Chris Kreider left the NY Rangers’ Wednesday night’s tilt against the Capitals, there were rumors that he had been traded; possibly for Ottawa All-Star defenseman Erik Karlsson. The Rangers were quick to dispel those rumors saying Kreider was injured. The 26-year old has a blood clot in his arm and he […]

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NY Giants Have a Bad Apple, Josh Rosen and Should a Quarterback Be Drafted In the First Round

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Giants have been a hot mess so far this season. With one game left, management will have some tough decisions to make. The team is already interviewing for General Managers but questions still remain and some more are developing. This will be an important off-season for the Giants so […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Packers, Cowboys, Jerry Jones, LeBron and Other Year-End Schadenfreude

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BRONX, NY – The Mets have brought Omar Minaya back. Sweet Baby Jesus. I really can’t bear to talk about the Mets right now. The year is almost up, I’d rather focus on the positives, even if they’re kinda negatives… at least, for some. Let’s do this. Green Bay is Gone. After losing to Carolina 2 weeks […]

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Ebs’ Hot Takes: The 12 Taeks of Christmas

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Merry Christmas! And for those of you who don’t celebrate Christmas, Happy Holidays! I appreciate all of you who have taken time away from family, the pair of PA-centric NFL match-ups and the full slate of Christmas Day in the NBA to read my thoughts. So I promise, I will not disappoint. Time for Ebs’ […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks: Stocking Stuffers and NFL Notes for Gamblers

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BOURBON TRAIL, KY – I’m sober. For now. I’m putting my Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks together a full day in advance of all the boozing I’ll be doing, starting this evening. It won’t stop, God willing –  until the day after Christmas. Humility aside, I was 3-1 last week and delivered on the promise […]

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Dick Enberg, Michael Beasley and College Bowl Weeks

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Apparently, I have been made a full-timer again. I didn’t ask for it, nor do I want it but since it is the holiday season and I am feeling charitable, I will comply for now. So, until I quit in protest or take a knee (see what I did there?), […]

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Steve Phillips Defends Mets’ Wilpons, Yankees Get CC; Look For More

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SPANISH HARLEM – With two of the biggest holidays drawing closer, most baseball teams know where their team is headed. Some like the Yankees are looking to add players that can help them win going into the season. Other teams like the Mets are looking to find a diamond in the rough that won’t brake […]

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