1. NFC Preview: How 'Bout Them Cowboys!

    Exclusive from NFCEastJournal.com It's about time for the Dallas Cowboys to finally take hold of this conference and shake it like a rag doll. We thought that would happen last season, but like 2006, the season ended with a Tony Romo miscue...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 6 years ago 1,143 reads 7 comments

  2. End Of An Era: Mike And The Mad Dog Break Up

    Pioneers of Sports Talk Radio Call It Quits After 19 Years The breakup of sportstalk radio team Mike Francesa and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo was big news in New York. For 19 years, they were the backdrop of afternoon drive sports talk in the NY Metro area...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 6 years ago 2,752 reads 2 comments

  3. New York Giants Strike It Big In The Draft Again

    First Round Pick Kenny Phillips Is The Real Deal Courtesy blogNYG.com Sam Madison, the elder statesman of the Giants is awestruck by the team's first round draft choice, Miami’" onclick="return(Jiglu...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 6 years ago 1,678 reads 12 comments

  4. New York Mets Throw in the Towel

    Team Tightens Belt and Screws Fans from mrflushing.com At this point in time, Mr. Flushing is not encouraged by the Mets' actions on and off the field...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 6 years ago 1,426 reads 10 comments

  5. 2008 New York Giants: Addition by Subtraction

    From blogNYG.com When evaluating the 2008 edition of the New York Giants, one must do several things first.Articles written by Giants beat writers—not columnists—are to be read thoroughly...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about almost 6 years ago 5,134 reads 50 comments

  6. How The NY Giants Are Pricing Out True Blue Fans

    The best thing a football franchise can do for their fan base is build a state-of-the-art stadium with all the modern-day amenities and accommodations. It is also the worst thing they can do...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 1,431 reads 35 comments

  7. New York Mets: Subway Series Could Be Just What City Needs

    An Opportunity For Fans to Reunite With the TeamThe Mets have been showered with boos too many times at Shea Stadium this season and it is has become more and more a difficult place to work if you are a struggling baseball player...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 965 reads 9 comments

  8. Leading (Off) For the New York Mets: Jose Reyes

    SS Will Flourish in Post-Willie Era from mrflushing.com It's no secret that when Willie Randolph sought to discipline his team, the first, and sometimes only, stop was Jose Reyes's locker...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 864 reads 2 comments

  9. New York Mets Prepare for Manuel Labor

    A New Focus, A Come-From-Behind Win, and Only 5.5 Games Out of First Jerry Manuel's first win as the manager of the Mets was a landmark one. Not only did his team fight for a win against one of the AL's top clubs, they did it by coming from behind...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 853 reads 3 comments

  10. Archie Manning Finally Tasting Success

    When Archie Manning retired from football in 1984, he left the game a seemingly beaten man. He was a legendary college QB at Ole Miss and was selected by the sorry New Orleans Saints with the second choice in the 1971 NFL Draft...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 901 reads 13 comments

  11. New York Mets Head West, Where Heads Will Roll

    This should be the last road trip for some coaches and a few players. When Willie Randolph sent backup catcher Robinson Cancel up to pinch-hit for Pedro Martinez in the bottom of the ...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 296 reads 3 comments

  12. Earth To New York Jets: Chris Simms Is Available

    Ex-Texas Star Could Help QB-Challenged Club The Jets have spent so much money on free agency this past offseason that its hard to recap it all in a single article. One wise thing they did was augment their offense and defensive lines...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 813 reads 3 comments

  13. Shockey Could Be Shown The Door Soon

    Behavior at Mini Camp Unacceptable First Jeremy Shockey did something no one expected. He showed up at mini camp. He is still not 100% recovered from the leg injuries that ended his season last November...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 585 reads 16 comments

  14. Tim Donaghy: Desperate Man or Righteous Whistleblower?

    Is Convicted NBA Referee Telling the Truth? Tim Donaghy is not a good guy. Let's make that clear. He compromised the integrity of the NBA by using his on-court authority to manipulate the outcomes of games...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 847 reads 40 comments

  15. Big Brown: What Happened?

    Why did "Can't Miss" horse perform so poorly at Belmont? Rick Dutrow, the trainer of Big Brown, the superstar colt that breezed to victory in this year's Kentucky Derby and Preakness was drenched in sweat after the race...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 464 reads 4 comments

  16. The Winds Of Change Are Blowing at Shea

    The Mets Have To Turn It Around This Week - Or Goodbye Willie I said the Mets would be making a change at manager by June 15th. So far, I still feel that is the drop-dead date for Willie Randolph's firing...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 268 reads 5 comments

  17. Michael Strahan Says He's Done with Football

    Giant Great Choosing to Go Out on a High Note Michael Strahan, the colorful, Hall-of-Fame bound defensive end of the New York Football Giants has told several sources that he will ...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 484 reads 5 comments

  18. New York Mets: These Guys Are Hard To Watch

    Call Me MISTER Frustrated!! The Mets, the NL team that pays out the most money, have become extremely difficult to watch and even more difficult to root for...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 587 reads 2 comments

  19. It's Time To Put Al Gavin In The Boxing Hall Of Fame

    Cutman Was Boxing's "Good Guy" I am writing this article because I visited the International Boxing Hall of Fame recently and when I came away I realized there was something missing. My connection to the sport of boxing...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 621 reads 3 comments

  20. This Isn't Kent Desormeaux's First Rodeo

    Hall of Fame Rider Will Seize the Moment This Time Around Big Brown is a 2-5 favorite right now to win the 140th Belmont Stakes on Saturday afternoon, but those odds mean nothing to Hall of Fame rider Kent Desormeaux...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 985 reads 5 comments

  21. New York Mets and Mike Pelfrey Take Momentum into San Diego

    The New York Mets have won three consecutive series.After yesterday's 5-3 win over the Giants at AT&T Park, there was a lot talk of momentum—positive momentum, that is—surrounding the Mets...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 474 reads 0 comments

  22. Tiger Woods: Nobody Watches Hockey Anymore

    Golf Great Should Stick to What He Knows Tiger Woods made a statement that nobody watches hockey anymore. Huh?I don't watch a lot of hockey anymore, either, Tiger, but to say that NOBODY is ...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 1,928 reads 15 comments

  23. Tom Coughlin Puts His Stamp on Giants' Defense

    Head Coach Has the Power He Once Had in Jacksonville The Giants signed another ex-Jacksonville Jaguar defensive player yesterday, inking veteran DE Renaldo Wynn to a contract...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 636 reads 5 comments

  24. Open Mic: Racism In Sports...Simplified?

    Let me begin by saying as a graduate of perhaps the most diverse and liberal institution in America (Queens College in New York), and having been in a position of authority at Fortune 500 corporation, ...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 666 reads 12 comments

  25. Can Big Brown Save Horse Racing?

    In 1973, the great Secretariat ran away with America’s imagination by dominating his opponents en route to capturing Horse Racing’s first Triple Crown in a quarter-century...

    Pro Football NYC Written by Pro Football NYC about 6 years ago 1,861 reads 19 comments