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Angry Ward Wednesday: To Limp and Die in LA – LeBron, Todd Gurley, and Tough Times at Santa Anita

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BRONX, NY – Due to lack of interest, we interrupt “An Oral History of Meet The Matts” to bring you another pedestrian-at-best sports post. It’s in my contract. And by contract, I mean the sentence I’m serving here to make up for something horrible I must have done in a previous life, like discovering cilantro or […]

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Big Game Thoughts, SUPERB OWL Banter, FREE NFL Picks, Cheerleaders

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MARLBORO, NY – The king of the 2018 NFL season will be crowned later on tonight and while I don’t have a horse in this race I, like many, will be rooting against the New England Patriots. For all it’s worth, the Pats are the 1970’s and 1990’s Dallas Cowboys –America’s Team To Hate. It […]

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Ebs: Never Say Never Again: New England Patriots Edition

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FROM THE PRESS BOX – Never again. As a Buffalo Bills fan, it pains me to write this but, never again am I going to bet against the New England Patriots. At least for as long as Tom Brady is their quarterback. After watching the Patriots limp to the playoffs, I felt pretty good about […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Todd Man Out, Trump’s Fried Feast, and the Rams Go for the Record

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BRONX, NY – There’s no shortage of stuff going on in sports right now, but I’ve particularly been enjoying all the baseball Hot Stove and football playoffs talk going on here lately. I’ll do my best to keep that stuff rolling, rather than writing about obscure movies from the 1980s. Here goes. Mets Moves. While I don’t […]

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How The [Bleep] Did the Philadelphia Eagles Win That Game?

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SPANISH HARLEM – Holy Sh!t What more can you say about that Philadelphia Eagles/ Chicago Bears match-up? 9 out of 10 times you lose that game if you’re the Eagles. Icing the kicker almost never works and yet, with all the talk about Cody Parkay missing the second most field goals on the season, I […]

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Get Ready For Some Football: Eagles Preview Edition

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SPANISH HARLEM – Today is the first game of the regular season, finally the real games start and hopefully fans get distracted from the political aspect of football that has many people picking sides… YEEA RIGHT! While some people have quit watching the sport, there are still a lot of us that will live and […]

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Talking Hockey (?) and Baseball as Yankees, Mets Sputter/Wait for David Wright and Aaron Judge

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NEW  YORK, NY  –  We’re just over a month away from the first NHL preseason games and hockey can’t come soon enough. Mets fans are glued to their televisions watching David Wright repeatedly strikeout looking in St. Lucie. Yankees fans are speed-dialing call-in shows and tweeting desperately about poop pitching, Judge’s wrist and Andujar’s defense. […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Rex Hex, March Meh-ness and No Kissin’ Kirk Cousins…Yet

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BRONX, NY – Tons going on this week, all over the damn place. Seriously, very tough to keep up with it all. I’m up to the task… sort of. Going to hit on as much as possible, but I’m Hangry Ward right now and will need to cut this short to eat a whole mess of […]

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Sports Rain Man: Cousins to the Jets, Not Recognizing Stars, Dad Attacks Nassar

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – This has been one hectic week. The taskmaster known as Short Matt had me working hard the last week and a half covering rugby. Yet, he still reminds me that I am due on the hill here on Saturday.  So here I am, cranking out my fourth article this week […]

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Grinding Ax Edition: “Case For Keenum” NY Giants? Super Nova!

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ –  Case Keenum deserves respect.  Despite what is being said after a one-sided NFC Championship loss to the Philthydelphia Eagles, Keenum deserves serious consideration for MVP and a starting job next year.  Let’s look at the Case For Keenum. In reverse order, my timeline begins in  Philadelphia.  The Vikings were dominated by an Eagles defense that played as if they wanted to […]

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