1. The Five Most Important Plays Of Super Bowl XLIII

    Super Bowl XLIII was one to remember. The Steelers came to Tampa looking to become the most decorated team of the Super Bowl era. Mission accomplished...

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  2. Faced With a Decision: Will Fred Wilpon Bring Manny Ramirez to Flushing?

    Every Met fan from Staten Island to Queens; Long Island to Westchester are all collectively thinking the same thing: We want Manny!They think about the current Mets batting order: Reyes-Murphy-Beltran-Wright-DelGado-Church-Castillo-Schneider...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Nick Giarrusso about almost 6 years ago 254 reads 3 comments

  3. Mike Mussina: Oriole, Yankee, Hall of Famer?

    The New York Yankees have been waiting since the conclusion of the regular season for word on whether or not Mike Mussina would be returning to their rotation in 2009. Wednesday afternoon they got their answer...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Nick Giarrusso about 6 years ago 890 reads 6 comments

  4. Knicks Wheel and Deal, Become Big-Game Hunters In 2010

    With Stephon Marbury’s contract falling off the books of the New York Knicks in a few short months, the Knicks knew they had one max-contract to offer during the summer of 2010. After Donnie Walsh was done dealing Friday, they had two...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Nick Giarrusso about 6 years ago 532 reads 1 comments

  5. Subway Super Bowl: Are the Giants and Jets on a February Collision Course?

    It’s January 28, 2009, and you can’t find a flight from New York to Tampa, no matter who you know or how hard you try...

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  6. New York Mets Hot Stove Preview: Omar Minaya's Championship Pursuit Continues

    No other team in Major League Baseball has suffered more disappointment over the past three seasons than the New York Mets...

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  7. Message to Joe Calzaghe: There's One More Hurdle Left—"Bad" Chad Dawson

    Saturday night wasn’t just another fight for Joe Calzaghe—it may have been his last fight. It wasn’t held in just any venue—it was in Madison Square Garden. And the opponent wasn’t just any fighter—he was Roy Jones Jr..

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Nick Giarrusso about 6 years ago 661 reads 4 comments

  8. Seeing Yellow: The Plight of Wade Phillips' Undisciplined Dallas Cowboys

    If you want to find the most undisciplined team in the NFL, the search ends in Irving, TX. In a year that began with Super Bowl expectations, the 2008 season is sputtering out of control...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Nick Giarrusso about 6 years ago 431 reads 8 comments

  9. Cowboys-Giants: Battle in the Meadowlands

    The last time the Cowboys and Giants met, a trip to the NFC Championship Game was on the line. Now, 294 days later, they meet again...

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  10. Extra Points: Reflections On Week 7 in the NFL

    Drive Of The Week: OAK 13 NYJ 13 --- 4:36 remaining in OT --- OAK ball, 1st & 10 at OAK 19 Sometimes the hardest part of having # 1 draft picks is dealing with the growing pains that go along with their development...

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  11. Eli Manning: MVP or Weak Link?

    Last season, just as Giant fans were set to run Eli Manning out of town, something clicked. Seemingly overnight, mistakes were minimized, if not completely eliminated. Three road-playoff wins and a Super Bowl upset later, Eli was king of New York...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Nick Giarrusso about 6 years ago 281 reads 5 comments