1. Congress Involves Itself In The BCS

    I love sports and I don't appreciate it when people tell me "it's just a game" after Michigan loses to Ohio State or the Mets get eliminated from playoff contention...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about over 4 years ago 88 reads 1 comments

  2. 2009 St. Louis Rams Vs. 2008 Detroit Lions: Who's Worse?

    Through five games, the St. Louis Rams are, like the Detroit Lions were a year ago, winless. They've averaged less than a touchdown (including the extra point) per game, have been blown out in ...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about over 4 years ago 344 reads 2 comments

  3. Brett Favre Signs With Vikings; Star Players Get Preferential Treatment

    Remember that kid on your high school basketball team who would miss practice but still start in the next game? Brett Favre is that kid. And Brad Childress is the coach who allowed it. The double standard for perceived star players is sickening...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about almost 5 years ago 206 reads 2 comments

  4. David Wright Suffers Concussion; Should Sit For Rest of Season

    Well, that's the last of 'em.With David Wright suffering a concussion after being hit in the helmet by a fastball in this afternoon's game against the San Francisco Giants, it became official: ...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about almost 5 years ago 333 reads 7 comments

  5. David Ortiz Used Steroids: Time to Release The Complete 104-Player List

    The 2003 list of 104 MLB players who took performance-enhancing drugs is starting to resemble the Brett Favre saga of the past two offseasons.It's in the news every week and people are starting to lose interest...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about almost 5 years ago 311 reads 1 comments

  6. New York Mets: Dunn Deal?

    New York Mets should not trade for Adam Dunn or anyone else; wait for Delgado, Reyes, Beltran, Putz, others to return It was subtle at first, but lately he hasn't tried to hide it...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 426 reads 4 comments

  7. New York Mets: Stop Laughing at My Team!

    New York Mets Get Swept by New York Yankees New York Mets fans who follow the team on a daily basis are very familiar with several of the television commercials that are shown seemingly between every inning of every game...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 144 reads 1 comments

  8. New York Mets: Subway Series Disaster

    New York Yankees sweep New York Mets; Jerry Manuel should be fired The injury-plagued Mets are running out a depleted lineup, which certainly helps to explain the lack of hitting in the first two games of the first Subway Series at Citi Field...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 189 reads 1 comments

  9. New York Mets: Give Johan Santana Run Support

    New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals: Johan Santana vs Chris Carpenter; Santana deserves more run support Of Johan Santana's 14 starts this season, the Mets have scored one run or less six times...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 93 reads 7 comments

  10. New York Mets: Where's The Hustle?

    New York Mets beat Baltimore Orioles 6-4; Carlos Beltran doesn't run hard Two outs, runners on first and second, and a pop-up to the right side of the infield. The infielder drifts back, gets under it, and...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 168 reads 11 comments

  11. New York Mets: Fire Jerry Manuel?

    Should the New York Mets hire Manny Acta? Should they fire Jerry Manuel? Should they bring back Bobby Valentine? There are reports that the Washington Nationals may fire manager Manny Acta in the very near future...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 580 reads 5 comments

  12. New York Mets Visit Washington Nationals: Perfect Timing, Again

    New York Mets at Washington Nationals; JJ Putz to have surgery The first time the Mets played the Nationals, it was late April and the Mets were on a four game losing streak, coming home after getting swept in St...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 63 reads 0 comments

  13. New York Mets Trade Ramon Castro To Chicago White Sox

    New York Mets trade backup catcher and prankster Ramon Castro to Chicago White Sox for relief pitcher Lance Broadway Goodbye, Coconut Head...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 72 reads 4 comments

  14. New York Jets: Coaching Staff Profile

    Door-Opening Dads They may have gotten their chances to coach football because of their established fathers, but there is no denying the success they’ve had since given that opportunity...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 127 reads 0 comments

  15. New York Jets: Potential Interview With Mark Sanchez

    1. You chose your older brother, Nick, as your agent. How did you come to that decision? Are you wary of potential troubles that can arise from mixing business and family?2...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 132 reads 1 comments

  16. New York Jets: Playbook Changes

    Perhaps you remember the post-game comment from Brett Favre last season, when he admitted that at times in the huddle he would say, “Hey, guys, same play...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 53 reads 0 comments

  17. New York Jets: Why I'm a Fan

    I suppose I first became a Jets fan because my dad is a Jets fan, which is a natural way to start following a team. More often than not, Jets fans are also Mets fans, and I am no exception...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 91 reads 1 comments

  18. New York Jets: 2009 Season Expectations

    Sometimes it’s hard to look at your favorite team and be honest with yourself, especially when honesty involves a lot of three-and-outs, interceptions, and losses. But past results often help...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 123 reads 0 comments

  19. New York Mets: Livan Hernandez and The Anatomy of a Complete Game

    Perhaps the hardest part of Livan Hernandez's complete game was how easy he made it look. He barely seemed to break a sweat, using an effortless motion and an array of crafty pitches to induce ...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 121 reads 3 comments

  20. New York Mets: It's Fun When They Win

    The Mets have won three in a row and 11 of their last 13, and as a fan, it feels good. Because when you're winning, nobody talks about how many runners were left in scoring position...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  21. New York Mets: Thoughts from the Home Opener

    I was at Citi Field last night for the New York Mets' home opener against the San Diego Padres (Padres won, 5-4). Here are some thoughts from the game...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about 5 years ago 204 reads 0 comments

  22. No More Bull In The Pen: Opening Day Perfect For The New York Mets

    It's a game they would've lost last season. No question about it. No way Johan Santana comes out in the sixth inning of a one-run game and the Mets hold on. But this is not last season...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about over 5 years ago 72 reads 2 comments

  23. All-Sweet 16 Team: Top Performers of Opening Rounds

    My All-Sweet 16 Team is not composed of the top five players who are still alive in the Big Dance, but rather the five individuals who had the best performances of the first two rounds...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about over 5 years ago 975 reads 2 comments

  24. Michigan vs. Minnesota Basketball Preview: Happy To Be Here

    The day after Michigan won its opener against Michigan Tech, three of my college friends and I exchanged e-mails previewing Michigan's basketball season...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about over 5 years ago 356 reads 0 comments

  25. Penn State-Illinois: Beyond the Boxscore

    I probably shouldn't be writing this article. I don't want to publicize the fact that two Big Ten teams scored a combined total of 71 points last night. But I feel compelled as a sports journalist to comment on what was a once-in-a-lifetime event...

    Andrew Kahn Written by Andrew Kahn about over 5 years ago 328 reads 11 comments