1. Brett Favre: Just Go Away!

    Here we go again. Brett Favre is at it again. He once again fooled America into thinking he was going to stay retired yet again, and as always, he doesn't go into retirement without a fight...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 175 reads 6 comments

  2. Tantalizingly Close: The Anatomy of a New York Jets Fan

    It all started on a Sunday afternoon in September of 1998. I had just turned eight years old, and I was going through a time in my life when sports became my life. It's about the age where you start to comprehend sports, and for me, an obsession was born.

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 195 reads 2 comments

  3. A Different Team: Why The Yankees Will Beat The Red Sox This Week

    On May 5th, the New York Yankees were "on a treadmill to oblivion" according to Yankees Radio play-by-play man John Sterling...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 175 reads 2 comments

  4. Why A.J. Burnett's Suspension Doesn't Make Sense

    Major League Baseball yesterday handed out yet another controversial suspension over a pitcher throwing at a batter. It all started in Tuesday night's 12-3 victory by the New York Yankees over the Texas Rangers...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 495 reads 5 comments

  5. Joba Chamberlain to the 'Pen: Yankees Must Scrap Rotation Plans To Win Now

    The debate just won't end. Two years ago, the New York Yankees started an experiment that would pay big dividends in helping them reach the postseason...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 496 reads 7 comments

  6. Replacing LC: A Look at the Jets' Receiving Options in 2009

    With the departure of Laverneus Coles to the Bengals, the Jets have a huge void to fill at the reciever position...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 271 reads 1 comments

  7. Start the Rookie?: The Jets' Mark Sanchez-Kellen Clemens Quarterback Debate

    Over and over again, two names will be brought up when debating whom the Jets should start at quarterback in 2009: Mark Sanchez and Kellen Clemens...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 520 reads 0 comments