1. Brett Favre and the Jets Hang On, Defeat Chad Pennington's Dolphins 20-14

    In one of the more exciting 1:00 games of the day (though watching all the games from a bar in King of Prussia, there wasn't a whole lot of competition), the New York Jets defeated the Miami Dolphins 20-14...

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  2. NFL Preview: Favre and the Jets take on Pennington and Dolphins

    Originally posted on JetsDaily.com. It's hard to imagine a more intriguing opening game between two teams that won five games between them last year. The Dolphins come into 2008 off an abysmal 1-15 season that abruptly ended the Cam Cameron era...

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  3. Is Al Michaels a Degenerate Gambler?

    Near the end of last night's Thursday Night Football telecast, Al Michaels made a very interesting comment with seven seconds to go. "Giants up nine, seven seconds left. The game is over, but some people are still watching pretty intensely...

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  4. NFL Picks for Week One

    Fall is here. Leaves are changing colors, the heat isn't quite as unbearable, and football season is upon us. The NFL is the most exciting sport of the year, but what makes it even more compelling is how well it conforms to sports betting...

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  5. NFL Cut-Down Day: New York Jets Roster Prediction

    Eric Mangini moved back his press conference from 1:00 to 6:00 to announce cuts. I'd imagine that's because they're either working a trade or they just aren't sure what to do.A look at the Jets roster shows that it's very imbalanced...

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  6. Yankees-Red Sox at Yankee Stadium For The Last Time

    The New York Yankees-Boston Red Sox rivalry has been one of the biggest in sports for over a century. Since 1923 half of their games have taken place in two ballparks: Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park...

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  7. Giants Contact Strahan, Is He Worth $8 Million?

    With Osi Umenyiora out for the season, can Michael Strahan be the answer to the Giants possible problem at defensive end? Sources say the Giants have contacted Strahan, and he wants $8 million to come back and play this season...

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  8. Could The New York Jets Lure Back Mike Westhoff?

    Brett Favre is here, and he'll revamp the offense. Vernon Gholston, Calvin Pace, and Kris Jenkins will certainly aid the defense...

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  9. 14 Fantasy Football Sleepers To Target

    Fantasy football seems easy. Buy a book, look at some cheat sheets, and draft according to the lists. Simple, right?Following the cheat sheets like that forgets one key about fantasy football: upside rules all in the late rounds...

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  10. Fantasy Football Draft Guide: What To Do at Pick Seven?

    For the first time in my life, two days before my fantasy-football draft, I have no idea whom I want. Why can’t I have a top-five pick? I can’t go wrong with LaDainian Tomlinson, ...

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  11. Melky Cabrera, Richie Sexson Down and Out; Brett Gardner Back to the Bronx

    The Melk Man is no longer going to be delivering in the Bronx. 24-year-old Melky Cabrera has been sent down to AAA Scranton Wilkes-Barre. He had been a mainstay in the Yankees' lineup since he was last called up in 2006, but a ...

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  12. Brett Favre Gets Wooed to the New York Jets

    Brett Favre is a New York Jet. Terms of the trade have yet to be disclosed, but rumors swirl that it's either a fourth or a third-round pick, with incentives to push the pick up a round or two based on team performance...

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  13. It's Ian Kennedy's Turn To Try To Cure Yankees' Back-of-the-Rotation Troubles

    Ian Kennedy, step right up. You are the next contestant on “Who Wants To Be the Yankees' Fifth Starter?” The show began in 2004, with immortals such as Donovan Osborne and Alex Graman making starts...

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  14. New York Jets Position Review: Wide Receiver

    With all the attention in New York Jets camp on the quarterback competition, the wide receiver position has been largely ignored in training camp...

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  15. Mariano Rivera's Strange Season Continues

    Mariano Rivera is the greatest closer in the history of baseball, and at 38 years old, he is having the best season of his career. His ERA is a miniscule 1.45; he's allowed only 30 hits in 48 1/3 innings, and he's walked just five batters all season...

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  16. Pudge Rodriguez-Kyle Farnsworth Trade Helps Both Teams

    Every now and then, a trade occurs that helps both teams in the short term. In one-for-one swaps between contenders, it's hard to find players that are one team's trash and another team's treasure...

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  17. Kris Jenkins Will Make a Huge Difference in Middle for the New York Jets

    Kris Jenkins is the biggest acquisition the Jets made in an offseason full of activity. He is generously listed at 335 pounds in various media outlets, but he came into camp at 359, and even that was low, by Jenkins's standards...

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  18. Nets' Krstic to Russia? New Jersey Continues Offseason Overhaul

    When Rod Thorn hired Kiki Vandeweghe to be the New Jersey Nets' latest general manager, he had one goal in mind. He wanted to bring the Nets out of basketball purgatory. Basketball purgatory is the worst place for an NBA franchise to be...

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  19. Brett Favre To The New York Jets Makes Perfect Sense

    Just when you think you're out, they drag you back in.It was 24 hours ago when Eric Mangini said he was "very happy" with his two quarterbacks...

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  20. New York Yankees Are Within Striking Distance as They Head to Boston

    Don't look now, but the New York Yankees are back. After a 6-0 start to the second half, the Bronx Bombers are just three games out of first place in the AL East after Tampa Bay's 4-2 loss at the hands of Kansas City...

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  21. Robinson Cano Is Back and Not a Moment Too Soon For the New York Yankees

    Who needs to make a big trade when you can pick up an All-Star hitter for free? That's how the New York Yankees are feeling right about now. After his fifth straight multi-hit game, it's pretty clear now...

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  22. Terry Francona's Scott Kazmir Dilemma Reveals MLB's All-Star Problem

    One of the more compelling dramas late in Tuesday's All-Star Game (well, Wednesday morning's) was how Terry Francona and Clint Hurdle would manage their bullpens with limited options available...

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  23. Open Mic: Rating the Four Commissioners

    Who is the most powerful commissioner in sports? The NFL, MLB, NBA, and the NHL have long been known as the four major sports in America...

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  24. NFL: Where Will Brett Favre Go Next?

    With Brett Favre requesting his release, it's starting to get interesting in Green Bay. It appears like he wants to come back and play, but Green Bay is turning a blind eye to him...

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  25. Fantasy Football Battle: Larry Johnson vs. Frank Gore

    Last year, I thought I had the fortune of picking third in my fantasy draft. At first, I was excited about having to choose between LaDainian Tomlinson, Steven Jackson, and Larry Johnson. My enthusiasm soon waned, as I grew less and less fond of Johnson..

    Mackenzie Kraemer Written by Mackenzie Kraemer about 6 years ago 1,011 reads 11 comments