Category Archives: National Football League

Giants waste 11-point lead in Philadelphia, but are still very much alive in the NFC East

After the New York Giants lost their first five games of the season, I figured at least I wouldn’t have to experience the team completely blowing a game that they had wrapped up in the fourth quarter. Even if that … Continue reading

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The Jets give up on Le’Veon Bell before he’s even halfway through his four-year deal

That sound you just heard was the shrugging of the shoulders from thousands of Jets fans across the country as their hapless team announced that it was releasing starting tailback Le’Veon Bell. This is the same Le’Veon Bell that the … Continue reading

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Dak Prescott’s injury is worse than a cramp, but he can still get that contract he’s after

Something terrible happened on Sunday, and it may have even been worse than the Los Angeles Lakers winning their 17th NBA title while LeBron James got to be the hero again. Dak Prescott suffered a gruesome compound fracture of his … Continue reading

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NFL Week 4 Sunday roundup starring Justin Herbert and Stefon Diggs

The one thing I learned about the NFL on Sunday is that I know nothing about the NFL. I knew that the Cardinals laying three points to the lowly Panthers was too good to be true, but I laid the … Continue reading

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Oh goodness the Giants are bad

I had a conversation with my wife on Sunday night after the Giants lost 36-9 to the 49ers. She thought it was hilarious that Big Blue lost by 27 points in a game that I thought they would win. I … Continue reading

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Mets are mathematically alive, Bill Belichick’s sweatshirt is profoundly sad

The Mets defeated the Nationals 3-2 last night at Citi Field, but I’m not sure that it matters. The most wins the Mets can end up with is 29, and both Cincinnati and Miami have that many already. Plus, San … Continue reading

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Giants lose to Bears and lose Barkley, but at least they didn’t give up

I didn’t watch the second half of the Giants vs. Bears game on Sunday afternoon because of Rosh Hashanah, but I just checked out the highlights and it looked a lot more fun than the first half. For the first … Continue reading

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You have to believe in the Mets plus some NFL picks

The Mets beat the Braves 7-2 on Saturday night, meaning they’ve now won three of their last four and are just 1.5 games outside of the postseason. I saw some fans on Twitter talk about how they don’t want to … Continue reading

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Giants see epic drive end in failure, fall to Steelers in opener

The New York Football Giants played football for the first time in 2020 last night and the results weren’t all that surprising give the opponent. The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to do big things this season with future Hall of … Continue reading

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The Mets are trying to eliminate themselves, but at least NFL football is here

Yes, the Mets are still very much technically alive in the National League pennant race. Even though they lost again to the Blue Jays in Buffalo, they’re still only two games back of the final playoff spot because the San … Continue reading

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