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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Sometimes it’s not that you lose, it’s how you lose. Yeah, some call them “bad beats” and these are the games gamblers remember more than the wins. Case and point, Week #1. I told you folks the under (45) was the play in the #Colts – #Chargers tilt. Things looked good with […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks, NFL Notes, Banter. Week 1

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – The Mets’ Edwin Diaz (Friday night) and current free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown (all summer long) were at it again… and so am I. Friends, it’s time to dust off the wad of cash you’ve been saving and hiding from your wife since you blew it all betting on last year’s […]

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Snap-Of-A-Finger Sports Edition: Colts, Mets, Jets Impacted In Snap

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Just like that, the unofficial end of summer is here and along with it there are sports-related stories that have seemingly come to an end as well. The New York Mets. Poof. In the span of six home games against two teams ahead of them in the standings, the Braves and fellow […]

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Ready For Some Football?: Over/Under NFL Win Totals

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Yesterday was a great day at CitiField, courtesy of Short Matt – even though the Mets lost again to complete a sweep of the three game set at the hands of the Braves. The Boss of this website has clearly taken one too many hits to the head, as he made an […]

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Cleveland Browns 2019: Don’t Believe The Hype. Cheesy Bruin Reports

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – There are other things I’d rather be talking about today but there’s something bugging the sh!t out of me that has come to a head very recently, the result of watching NFL coverage. The Cleveland Browns are being talked about ad nauseam. Don’t believe the hype machine with this team.  I’m here […]

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100 Years of the NFL: Then And Now

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“Personally, I think it’s a shame, all the star football players who retired in the prime of life. Lou Groza, washed up at 43. Ben Agajanian, prematurely retired at 45. Y. A. Tittle, gone when he was 38 and Bob Waterfield at 33. Norm Van Brocklin hung them up at 35 as did Otto Graham, […]

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Crying Fowl: New York Mets New Advertising, Marcus Stroman Addition

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – One way sports has changed recently is the number of advertisements teams manage to cram inside arenas and stadiums. Whether they be splattered along the boards of a hockey game or plastered all over baseball stadiums, the name of the game is and always will be money. Apparently, multi-million dollar stadium and […]

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Mariano Rivera Greatest Ever, But Human

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Not that I would know, but to be so extremely good at something is really somewhat boring. There are those rare athletes that are almost always going to come out on top in competition and one of those was Mariano Rivera, who was inducted as the first unanimous selection into the National […]

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Tennis Anyone? Are Fittest Athletes Found On The Court?

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Wow! That was some epic tennis match between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. It was one I was smart enough to stay glued to, even though there were no groceries whatsoever in my apartment. I was on my second cup of coffee when I picked up the Men’s Wimbledon Final at the […]

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Sports Activism: Kaepernick, Rapinoe Are No Ali

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – What the hell can I possibly write about today? We’ve heard enough about how the Mets suck so much or how the Yankees are on their march to October baseball. None of you want to hear about my Stanley Cup wound still being fresh. This time of year is truly the sports […]

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