1. New York Jets 2011 Schedule: Game-by-Game Look at the Jets Season

    Although there is still a lockout, the NFL has released the 2011 schedule. This year, the New York Jets will be playing the usual AFC opponents eight times while playing against teams from the NFC East and AFC South...

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  2. 2011 NFL Draft: How the New York Jets Should Handle Their Receiver Problems

    In the last few weeks, the Jets have found themselves in a bind with the way their wide receiver situation is...

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  3. Crown Jewel: Who Is the Most Valuable Free Agent the Jets Can Re-Sign?

    After the 2010 season, 13 Jets players became free agents. Some of which are key player to the Jets offense and defense, like Braylon Edward, Santonio Holmes and Brad Smith; ...

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  4. 2011 NFL Draft: Why Having Interest in Randy Moss Can Backfire for the Jets

    It was rumored earlier this week that former Vikings and Patriots receiver Randy Moss was gaining interest from the New York Jets ...

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  5. New York Jets: Grading the Last 5 Years of Draft Selections

    With the 2011 NFL draft in less than a month, it is time to look at what the Jets have done in the last half-decade...

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  6. 2011 NFL Draft: 5 Quarterback Prospects with More Value Than Cam Newton

    One of the most talked about NFL prospects this year has been Auburn's Cam Newton. For the last few months, sports fans have been following Newton's life—whether it's been ...

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  7. Sorry Marvin, but You're Wrong: Why Cam Newton Does Not Have "It"

    Recently, Cincinnati Bengals head coach, Marvin Lewis was quoted saying "He's a real fine NFL prospect... He's got it. He's got it...

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  8. 2011 NFL Draft: Needs and Picks for Every AFC East Team

    The lockout is still going on, but there will still be a draft. For the second year in a row, the first round will be on a Thursday evening, prime time at Radio City Music Hall in New York City...

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  9. New York Yankees: Why Their Victory over the Tigers Means a Bright Future

    Yankee Stadium saw all kinds of weather today, ranging from overcast to sleet and snow but no matter how unpredictable the weather was, one thing was for sure; baseball is back and the Yankees are looking for number 28...

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  10. NCAA Bracket 2011: Where St. John's Went Wrong in Its Loss To Gonzaga

    After starting off with a 5-0 run against Gonzaga, St. John's began to fall apart at the handles. Justin Brownlee was able to score the team's first points with a three-pointer and a beautiful layup while being fouled...

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  11. 2011 NCAA Tournament: Evaluating New York's Tournament Teams

    This year there are three different New York teams in the Big Dance. Of these three, only one was expected to succeed, while the other two were left to be in their shadow...

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  12. Big East Tournament: Late Collapse by St. John's and Its Impact on Their Future

    Unlike their last meeting, St. John's put up a good fight against the Syracuse Orange. Despite the injury to key guard/forward DJ Kennedy, the Red Storm held on up until the final minute of the ball game...

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  13. Big East Basketball Tournament: Will St. John's Prevail Over Rutgers in NY/NJ Rivalry?

    Although they did not get a double bye in the Big East tournament, St. John's received a first round bye and the team was able to watch the overtime thriller between Rutgers and Seton Hall from the comfort of their couches...

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  14. Did They Peak Too Early? St. John's Not Playing at Same Level as Season Ends

    January and February were magical months for St. John's and the Red Storm faithful. After defeating teams like Georgetown, Duke and Notre Dame in January, the Johnnies carried their momentum into February...

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  15. St. John's Basketball: Second Half Surge Lifts Red Storm over USF at Carnesecca

    St. John's was supposed to end their season with a blowout win over the South Florida Bulls, but the Red Storm could never take a commanding lead. Nonetheless, they pulled out the victory, earning themselves their first 20-win season since 2003...

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  16. St. John's Basketball: Why the Red Storm Were Stopped by Seton Hall

    In a game St. John's should have won, the result was the complete opposite. By the end of the game, head coach Steve Lavin had been ejected after yelling at the referees for their questionable calls...

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  17. Red Storm Rising: What St. John's Has to Do to Defeat Villanova

    The Red Storm of St. John's were finally ranked earlier this week at 23rd in the AP poll. To celebrate being ranked for the first time in over a decade, the Red Storm went on the road and played a weak DePaul team...

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  18. St. John's Basketball: How Red Storm's Success Will Help Dwight Hardy's Future

    Prior to this season, not many knew about the current St. John's team and its talented seniors. Although they work extremely well as a team, the one person that stands out is point guard Dwight Hardy...

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  19. St. John's Basketball: Dwight Hardy Hits Game-Winner in Upset of Pittsburgh

    In a game that included everything, St. John's prevailed over the Panthers of Pittsburgh in a close battle that went into the final seconds of the game. Technical fouls were called and personal fouls were aplenty...

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  20. St. John's Basketball: How They've Earned The Title Of "Giant Slayers"

    Tomorrow, St. John's will be facing a tough opponent in fourth ranked Pittsburgh. Although St. John's is the lesser of the two teams, they have played well at home against big opponents like Pittsburgh...

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  21. Blake The Great: A Look at Blake Griffin's Top 10 Dunks This Season

    Ladies and gentlemen, the NBA all star weekend is upon us and one of the most talked about subjects is Blake Griffin's and his decision to enter the slam dunk competition. He's dominated in some of the most famous arena's in basketball...

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  22. St. John's Basketball: Malik Boothe Is the X-Factor Who Sets the Red Storm Apart

    He's no John Wall or even Dwight Hardy, but Malik Boothe is definitely an asset to St. John's revamped team led by Steve Lavin...

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  23. Late Collapse Proves to Be Manageable As St Johns Beats Cincinnati in Sloppy Win

    Road wins have not come easy for St. Johns this season, and their victory against Cincinnati was no exception. They started off and finished like a roller coaster ride, with their intensity going up and down as the game progressed...

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  24. St. Johns: What They Need To Do to Avoid Being on The Bubble on Selection Sunday

    For the fourth time this season, St. Johns got another marquis win. This time, it was Connecticut who fell a victim to the Red Storm in Madison Square Garden...

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  25. New York Jets: Smith In, Taylor Sits As Jets Prepare for AFC Championship Game

    For two weeks, the Jets' catalyst Brad Smith has been injured with a groin injury he received during the Jets' wild card game against the Colts, and against the Patriots, Smith did not play...

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