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Eli Manning

The One Missing Attribute of Giants Eli Manning

Eli Manning is one of the NFL quarterbacks where many people having differing viewpoints. Some believe that Eli is a bonafide star who deserves to be enshrined in Canton when he is done playing. Others believe Eli is the king of bonehead plays who has made horrendous turnovers and is infamous for getting lucky twice …

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Jets Home Opener Tailgate – FISH FRY!

Wow, talk about fortuitous. Walk in from holding court at my secure undisclosed location,  sit down to write, and Overkill (the fifth member of the Big Four) comes on playing ‘Wrecking Crew.’ Another unappreciated band from N.J. , like Floridians have Savatage. So Darnold so far has started his neophyte career looking like the pre-shaving …

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Fan Bereavement Over a NFL Crowning Achievement?

Roquan Smith finally ended his 29-day holdout when he signed a 4-year, $18.4M contract with the Chicago Bears on Monday, August 13th, 2018. It was a momentous occasion for regional prognosticators, perpetually hopeful Bears fans in search of their next great linebacker, and fantasy footballers eager for something new to discuss. This story – at …

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Julio Jones

Julio Jones Holding Out For Money He’s Already Collected

Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones has skipped the team’s offseason program and will now be holding out of training camp this summer in hopes of forcing the club back to the bargaining table to rework his contract. Jones is entering the fourth year of a six-year, $71.25 million contract extension ($47M of it guaranteed) he …

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DUCK! Jets TE Soup – Yes, I am very Groucho today.

Remember two-time Pro Bowler Mickey Shuler? G S T Y Avg TD 12 yrs NYJ 160 103 438 4819 11.0 37 5 From Wiki “A third-round pick (#61 overall) in 1978 NFL Draft by the New York Jets for whom he would play for 12 seasons. The 6′ 3″, 230-pound Shuler had seven playoff appearances and two Pro Bowl appearances (1986, 1988). He was …

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