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Angry Ward Wednesday: Zeke Ztill Ztinks, Fizzy Going Flat, Polar Bear Named ROY

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BRRRONX, NY – The Northeast has gone from 70 degrees on Halloween to Ice Station Zebra in a matter of a couple of weeks. The cold isn’t for everyone, but I sure don’t mind. Bring it on! If I didn’t enjoy seasonal change I’d live in some hellscape like Yuma. Watching the Packers and Panthers […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Week Picks & NFL Notes

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Sports handicapping is a results-based business and quite frankly my 4-8 record out of the NFL gate sucks! I’m not one for excuses but for the most part the first three weeks of any professional football season are most treacherous to the gambler. If you read Big Ben Whitney’s excellent post Friday, […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The Jets Are Garbage, The Pats Are Gonna Win It All, and Other NFL Absolutes

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BRONX, NY – We’re one week into the NFL season and already sports talkers everywhere are making bold proclamations. “Dallas might be the best team in football!” “Todd Gurley could be done.” “The Cleveland Browns might not be that good.” Yeah, that last one is fairly hilarious. Right up there with the headline: Sun Will […]

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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 Ben: Ranking the Potential Super Bowl Match-ups

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Atlanta, GA: With all the top seeds advancing, we have two excellent championship games on tap. Both home teams are favored by around a field goal. As the home team usually gets three points in the line, Vegas thinks these teams are about even. All four teams could are a threat to win it all. Here […]

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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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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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Big Ben Tuesday: A Wacky NFL Week 17 and Knee Jerk Wildcard Predictions

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Buffalo, NY: Happy New Year! Thanks for reading, Mom. May 2018 bring joy to you all, even Mets fans. NFL Week 17 brought a wild finish in the AFC, with four teams finishing 9-7. But the better wildcard games should be in the wide open NFC. Let’s try to make sense of some of the […]

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Ebs’ One Big Thing: Fantasy Football Draft

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BALLSTON SPA, NY – There were a lot of ways I could have went with this week’s column… The Baby Bombers have made a surge of late and sit well within the AL Wild Card hunt, all of the storylines in the NFL – i.e. Tony Romo, Colin Kaepernick and, for once, not the Buffalo […]

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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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