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AFC CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW: Reliving History

What’s a better scenario then a Colts-Jets matchup for the AFC Championship game? Some would argue the Chargers would be a better team, or a Patriots-Colts showdown would be a perfect way to kick start a new decade of football, but honestly, there is not greater matchup then the one presented to us. This season […]

Week 17 Sleepers

Every Wednesday, I will talk about potential fantasy football sleepers for each matchup taking place. I will go game-by-game and pick out one or two players who can most likely be found in your league’s free agent pool and explain why they can be of use to you that week. Leagues with a Week 17 […]

Strong Defense Leads Patriots Past Jets

The Patriots and Jets met up Sunday in Foxboro for the next round in their divisional rivalry. The Patriots were coming off of a devastating loss to the Indianapolis Colts last week and were itching for some revenge from not only that game, but also their earlier-in-the-season loss to the New York Jets on the […]

Patriots Seek Revenge Against Jets

Fourth and two. With Bill Belichick deciding to risk it last week, Patriots fans were left with a bitter taste in their mouth. However, this week the Patriots will take their frustrations out on their long standing rivals, the New York Jets. Last time around, the Jets talked the talk and walked the walk, calling […]

Five Reasons I Would Not Want to be Mark Sanchez on Sunday

Jets rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez has the unenviable task of trying to beat the New England Patriots in Foxboro this weekend.  I use the word unenviable because I believe this match-up has all the makings of becoming a repeat of the 59-0 beat-down the Patriots laid on the Tennessee Titans in Week 6.  The Jets […]

High Five/Low Five: Week 10

Dear National Football League, Before I begin, I would like to thank you for the many years of entertainment you have given me and the millions of other football fans in the country. Your league has surpassed the rest and is truly the new “national pastime.” For five months every fall and winter, you have […]

Week 10: Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

Have you watched that new show on ABC called Flash Forward? For those who haven’t here’s a quick summary. The whole world blacked out for 137 seconds, during which, everyone saw a vision that took place six months in the future. I’m going to stop right there because that’s all I need for this introduction. […]

Week 10 Sleepers

Anybody else affected by the release of Chiefs RB Larry Johnson? Yeah, neither am I. Johnson only had two good seasons (’05 and ’06). He was a flash in the pan, not a reliable stud for years and years. Frankly, if you drafted him still thinking he could rush for 1,700 yds and 17 TD’s, […]

Fantasy Football Report: Week 8

I think it is time that we made it official. Next season, nobody should draft LaDainian Tomlinson in the first round. I know, I know, he used to be a great back and was fantasy football’s most dominant player. I myself never had the pleasure of having LT on any of my football teams, and […]

Week 8: Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

I am frustrated. I mentioned last week how owners should get creative when dealing with their bye weeks. I shared with you how I coped with a tough Week 4 by making two trades that value-wise weren’t in my favor, but allowed me to upgrade my starting lineup – or so I thought. Let’s look […]

Fantasy Football Report: Week 7

Me and SoB’s Chris had quite a fantasy football weekend. The two of us ended up squaring off against each other in two different leagues, including the SoB football league. We even had a mutual player in Dallas WR Miles Austin. You would think that it would be hard for either of us to root […]

Braylon Edwards to Jets Could Mean Big Things

Sometimes it’s funny how things turn out. Weeks ago, it appeared that Braylon Edwards was going to stay in Cleveland as its top receiver, but now he makes the move to New York and joins the new and improved Jets offense. Days after getting into a fight with one of LeBron “King of Cleveland” James’s […]

Jets Fly Over Patriots 16-9

The clash of division rivals started out sort of interesting, with the Pats leading 3-0 after the first quarter and 9-3 at the half, but then the Jets came alive to win 16-9 in the end. The first quarter was a battle to see who could be the worst quarterback of the day. Sanchez made […]

The Jets Speak, Will The Pats Respond?

You have to love the rivalry between New York and New England. There is a hatred between these two regions that transcends sports. It’s not like there needed to be more hype for the Patriots-Jets game, but now the cards have been thrown on the table. It started with Rex Ryan sending a recorded message […]

The View from the Meadowlands

By Mackenzie Kraemer, JetsDaily.com Let me get this out of the way. Everything Rex Ryan, Kerry Rhodes, and Kris Jenkins have said about this game is true. This is the biggest game of the season for the New York Jets. We hate the Patriots. We hate Bill Bellichick for slithering his way out of New […]