1. NFL Divisional Playoffs: Bet the Dogs

    Odds-makers Showing Visitors No Love The Wild-Card round went pretty much as expected, with the exception of San Diego's victory over the Colts. This week, the four visiting teams once again enter their games riding high crests of momentum...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 6 years ago 212 reads 4 comments

  2. NFL Wild Card Weekend Betting Guide

    Vegas Predicting Another Season of Road Warriors In two of the last three seasons, a wild card team ran the table on the road and went on to win the Super Bowl. Las Vegas has not forgotten...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 6 years ago 354 reads 3 comments

  3. NFL Playoffs: Here Come The Chargers

    After years of postseason disappointments, the San Diego Chargers finally have what they need to go to the Super Bowl: teamwork and momentum...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 6 years ago 430 reads 5 comments

  4. Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning: Manning Wins

    Since 1984, only two quarterbacks have thrown for more than 48 touchdowns in a single season: Peyton Manning and Tom Brady...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 946 reads 18 comments

  5. Super Bowl XLIII: A Media Watershed

    No matter who makes the Super Bowl this coming February, it is almost guaranteed that the media will have plenty of angles to deal from...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 136 reads 0 comments

  6. Fantasy Football: Have Some Fun

    I have been playing Fantasy Football for 21 seasons now. I go back before there were magazines dedicated to it, before there were websites and 'gurus.' Before the rules (some of which I'm sure were borrowed from me) were even established...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 42 reads 0 comments

  7. NFC Showdown: Experts Picking the Giants to Beat Panthers

    posted from giantsfootballblog.com The Giants are coming into Sunday’s NFC Showdown against the Carolina Panthers sporting a two-game losing streak...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 177 reads 2 comments

  8. NFC Playoffs: It's Gut Check Time

    When it gets near the holidays, that means one thing for NFC teams: all hell is about to break loose. This is the time of year where the men are separated from the boys; the Eagles win out and the Cowboys begin to swoon...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 536 reads 4 comments

  9. The NY Giants' Road To Repeating Keeps Getting Rockier

    The Giants have shown amazing resilience over the past two seasons. Tell them they can't do something, they go right out and do it. Take away a weapon, or a player, they find a replacement...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 280 reads 5 comments

  10. San Diego Charger Fans Are Missing In Action

    As soon as the going got tough, those San Diego Charger fans—who were so brazen, so bold, so arrogant the past two seasons—vacated Bleacher Report. I'm not referring to comments, either...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 286 reads 13 comments

  11. Want The Truth About the NFL? Ask a Gambler

    The past few days I've been trading emails with an old friend over the upcoming Dallas-NY Giants game. He is a well-off soul (thanks to the generosity of pre-sub prime crisis Wall Street) and ...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 92 reads 1 comments

  12. Plaxico Hangover: Eagles Trip Up Giants

    The defending champions of professional football—The New York Giants—are human after all. This afternoon here at the blustery, quasi-sedate Meadowlands all the questions ...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 165 reads 0 comments

  13. Justice Catches Up to O.J. Simpson

    It was 35 years ago this month that I sat in the freezing confines of Shea Stadium and watched as O.J. Simpson became the toast of professional sports...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 445 reads 2 comments

  14. NY Giants: No Plaxico, No Problem

    Embattled WR Will Be Left At The Curb By Champs I know that Giant players are saying that their hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to their beleaguered teammate, Plaxico Burress, during his time of need...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 409 reads 2 comments

  15. Who's Left to Sponsor MLB and the NFL?

    Recession Eliminating, Reducing The Usual Sponsors American sports telecasts have traditionally been sponsored by breweries, retailers, and automakers...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 575 reads 0 comments

  16. NFL: How The Giants Shaped Today's NFL

    A Look Back On the QB Roulette of 2004In April of 2004, the New York Giants decided to make Eli Manning’" onclick="return(Jiglu.overlayOpen(this))">Eli Manning their quarterback of the future...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 463 reads 6 comments

  17. The Best NFL Defensive Players (That I've Seen...)

    The other day I met an old friend I used to go to Giant games with and we chatted about—what else—football. Over drinks we began to list some of the great defensive players we have witnessed in person...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 1,994 reads 7 comments

  18. NY Giants: Good Luck Trying To Stop This Stampede of Blue

    The Baltimore Ravens came into the Meadowlands Sunday sporting the best run defense in the NFL. They left with the full understanding that there is no defense for what they had gone up against...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 660 reads 19 comments

  19. How the Credit Crunch Will Affect Sports

    In the past several months, we have seen what we thought to be impossible actually begin to happen. Century-old institutions such as banks, brokers, automakers, and retailers crumbled and fell at a rate that matched the Great Depression...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 541 reads 4 comments

  20. NFL Midseason: The Top Five Disappointments

    The NFL is the epitome of parity. Pete Rozelle, the late, great commissioner of this league designed it to be as such. Every team is afforded every opportunity to become or stay competitive...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 911 reads 31 comments

  21. Eagles Minus Three Over Giants. Really?

    Lines makers must hate their money. I know the Eagles are hot, so stop right there. But what about the Giants? They are 11-1 in their last 12 games. I guess that dosen't mean anything to odds makers...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 238 reads 7 comments

  22. Atlanta Falcons: Prospering in Postbellum

    What a Difference a Year Makes The Falcons have done like the old song says and put their troubles behind them...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 381 reads 2 comments

  23. Crisis In Oakland: The Madness Of King Al

    I'm not sure I understand what is going on in Oakland . As a 21st Century man, I find it hard to believe that a billion-dollar corporation could still be run like a fiefdom or a 'mom-and-pop' outfit...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 188 reads 3 comments

  24. Keys To Repeating For The New York Giants

    With the first game out of the way, and the Vince Lombardi Trophy restored back to its proper shelf in the lobby, the public has seen a preview of what they can expect from the Giants in 2008...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about over 6 years ago 1,128 reads 19 comments

  25. NFL 2008: The New York Giants Are Poised To Repeat

    The New York Giants have been classified by the mainstream NFL media as a fluke.The last time I checked, a fluke was type of fish. In some regions they are called "doormats," in others, the summer flounder...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about over 6 years ago 1,744 reads 30 comments