1. Peter DeBoer Hired as New Jersey Devils Coach: What It Means for the Franchise

    For New Jersey Devils fans, the long, agonizing wait is officially over. Oh, you thought I was talking about the Zach Parise saga coming to an end? Unfortunately that's not over ...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 3 years ago 524 reads 1 comments

  2. Bartolo Colon Shines in First Start Since 2009, but Can He Continue?

    This past offseason, when Cliff Lee turned down the Yankees ' offer for the Phillies and Andy Pettitte retired, the Yankees were left with very few options to fill their rotation...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 3 years ago 461 reads 8 comments

  3. NHL: What the NFL Schedule Means to the 2012 NHL Winter Classic

    For the past four seasons, the NHL has created an enormously successful event on New Year's Day with the advent of the Winter Classic, an outdoor game played usually in a football or baseball stadium...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 3 years ago 794 reads 8 comments

  4. New Jersey Devils: 5 Things To Look for This Offseason

    On Sunday, April 10, the New Jersey Devils season came to an end. But for the first time since 1996, the Devils season did not end with a playoff game...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 3 years ago 1,717 reads 14 comments

  5. New Jersey Devils: Time To Hit the Panic Button

    When the New Jersey Devils blew a two-goal lead on opening night against Dallas and went on to lose in overtime, I simply said to myself, "it's only one game—this team is too good, and they'll come back like they always do...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 4 years ago 447 reads 6 comments

  6. New York Jets: They're Back In First, But Can They Stay There?

    Everything just seemed to go right for the New York Jets yesterday. First, the Jets played completely inept football against Detroit for about three-and-a-half quarters before ...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 4 years ago 664 reads 5 comments

  7. Darrelle Revis: Could New York Jets Sign Revis By End of Week?

    The Darrelle Revis holdout, also known as the "Long National Nightmare", has now reached it's 22nd day. But, if Tim Cowlishaw, a respected reporter from The Dallas Morning News and ESPN is correct, it won't be going on for much longer...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 4 years ago 1,524 reads 22 comments

  8. New York Jets History: Comparing Darrelle Revis To Past Jet Cornerbacks

    For three seasons, Darrelle Revis has been a key member of the secondary for the New York Jets. When they play the Jets, each opposing team's best receiver is said to be "trapped on Revis Island...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 4 years ago 683 reads 7 comments

  9. Settling The Mark Sanchez/Chad Henne Debate

    As if the Jets-Dolphins rivalry doesn't need any more debates, there has been a new debate that has arisen this off-season...

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  10. A New Jersey Super Bowl? It's Worth the Risk.

    On Tuesday afternoon, the National Football League has the opportunity to make a decision which could forever change the way the Super Bowl, the biggest sporting event of the year, is looked at...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 4 years ago 400 reads 9 comments

  11. Does Santonio Holmes' Arrival Mean Departure for Edwards or Cotchery?

    The deadly trio of Mike Tannenbaum, Woody Johnson, and Rex Ryan have done it again. In an offseason which has seen the Jets let go of key players such as Thomas Jones and Kerry Rhodes, ...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 4 years ago 1,995 reads 28 comments

  12. NFL: The New York Jets and Jason Taylor? It Could Happen

    Today Jets fans learned that one of the franchise's most hated players may end up in a Jets uniform. Jason Taylor, an outside linebacker who has terrorized the Jets and their fans for ...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 4 years ago 1,166 reads 13 comments

  13. Will the Devils' Dominance Over the Penguins Be Enough to Win Division?

    When you look at the Atlantic Division standings in the NHL, there is much more than meets the eye. Right now, what you see is that the Devils and Penguins are tied for the division lead with 97 points apiece...

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  14. 2010 Yankees Preview: A Few Question Marks

    Last October and November was a time that all Yankee fans will never forget. The Yankees blew through the post season to their 27th world championship, and their first championship since 2000...

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  15. Leon Washington Needs to Stop Whining

    During the Summer of 2009, it was highly publicized that Jets Running Back/Kick Returner Leon Washington wanted more money and a new contract...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 4 years ago 618 reads 3 comments

  16. Javier Vazquez Trade Will Pay Off for Yankees in 2010

    Six years ago, Javier Vazquez came into Yankee spring training, being touted as the "ace" of a shaky Yankees pitching staff, but also looked at as the future of the most storied franchise in baseball...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about over 4 years ago 340 reads 19 comments

  17. Shonn Greene Is the Key to a New York Jets Victory in San Diego

    At this year's NFL draft, the New York Jets made big headlines by trading up with the Cleveland Browns to the No. 5 pick to take Mark Sanchez to be the Jets' franchise quarterback...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about almost 5 years ago 534 reads 3 comments

  18. Charles Woodson, Not Darrelle Revis: NFL Defensive POY Went to Wrong Player

    Yesterday, the Associated Press announced that Charles Woodson was the 2009 NFL Defensive Player of the Year. It came as a surprise to many people, including most of Jets nation, that Darrelle Revis did not win the award...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about almost 5 years ago 1,189 reads 20 comments

  19. Cry Me a River: Why AFC Teams Shouldn't Complain About the Colts' Decision

    I've had enough. It has certainly been an interesting past 24 hours for Jets fans. First, yesterday starts out with the Dolphins, Jaguars, and Ravens all losing—which is what the Jets ...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about almost 5 years ago 852 reads 43 comments

  20. Will Curtis Granderson's Arrival Mean Johnny Damon's Departure from New York?

    According to several reports published today, the Yankees are close to acquiring center fielder Curtis Granderson from the Detroit Tigers in a three-way deal with the Diamondbacks and Tigers, ...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 397 reads 12 comments

  21. Pettite's Return, and What It Means

    According to sources of ESPN's Buster Olney, Andy Pettitte will pitch in 2010, and his return is just a matter of working out a deal with the Yankees ...

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  22. Rutgers Fans, How Can You Hate Greg Schiano?

    In 2006, Rutgers football captivated the imagination of all of the State of New Jersey, by starting out 9-0, pulling off a huge national-TV victory over then-ranked No. 3 Louisville...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 494 reads 10 comments

  23. They're Back: How the New Jersey Devils Have Returned To Relevance

    As the Queen song goes, "...another one bites the dust, and another one gone and another one gone, another one bites the dust." For the New Jersey Devils, this song is the perfect metaphor...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 849 reads 1 comments

  24. Mark Sanchez Still Out: Why the New York Jets Need To Hope Their QB Is Okay

    Okay, I'll admit it. Two weeks ago, during Mark Sanchez's dreadful performance against the Patriots, where he threw four interceptions in a 31-14 Jets loss, I was calling for Sanchez to be benched...

    Mike Gurnis Written by Mike Gurnis about 5 years ago 3,066 reads 5 comments

  25. A Look at The Rutgers 2009 Offense

    In 2008, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights rebounded from a very rough beginning to the season, to get on a roll, and win the PapaJohns.com bowl against NC State. But in 2009, things certainly won't be the same for Rutgers...

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