New York Post

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Name: New York Post
Date registered: April 13, 2017
URL: http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/nwe

Latest posts

  1. Jets mailbag: Josh McCown isn’t terrible and now what? — September 22, 2017
  2. The NHL’s shortsighted greed kept them out of the Olympics — September 22, 2017
  3. I faced ‘N-word,’ death threats after Porzingis scuffle: ex-Knick — September 22, 2017
  4. Kevin Durant’s worst Twitter fears are coming true — September 22, 2017
  5. An in-depth diagnosis of Aaron Judge’s September resurgence — September 22, 2017

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Sep 22

Jets mailbag: Josh McCown isn’t terrible and now what?

As the 0-2 Jets prepare for their home opener against the Dolphins, let’s dip into the Jets mailbag: Calvin (@shadytext) If McCown continues to minimize mistakes, how do you go about benching him? Michael Natale (@michaelnatale31) Is Josh McCown’s play making it tougher on Todd Bowles to start

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Sep 22

The NHL’s shortsighted greed kept them out of the Olympics

The NHL playing preseason games in China is a bittersweet reminder that the most international league of the four major sports and its biggest growth sector resides overseas. But it’s also a reminder that out of pettiness and greed they failed to convert on what is the best built-in marketing tool

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Sep 22

I faced ‘N-word,’ death threats after Porzingis scuffle: ex-Knick

Anthony Randolph briefly became Enemy No. 1 for Knicks fans after he tangled with Kristaps Porzingis during a 2017 EuroBasket quarterfinal contest. Randolph, speaking to The Undefeated, talked about his on-court donnybrook last week with Porzingis and …

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Sep 22

Kevin Durant’s worst Twitter fears are coming true

Kevin Durant is hearing it from the NBA community, just as he expected he would, after he slammed his former Thunder coach and teammates on Twitter this week. The messages caused even more of a stir because they expressed Durant’s opinions in the third person, leading many to believe the NBA Finals

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Sep 22

An in-depth diagnosis of Aaron Judge’s September resurgence

On Sept. 2, the Yankees had just a one-game lead over the Twins for the top wild-card spot and were ahead of the Angels by only 2½ games for the second wild card. By the time they finished their series sweep of the Twins on Wednesday, the Yankees were up by seven games on Minnesota and in prime position

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Sep 22

One Yankees reliever starting to get Mariano Rivera comparisons

As Dellin Betances continues to struggle for a second straight September, Chad Green could become even more important to the Yankees’ bullpen. The right-hander, who began the season as a starter at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, has emerged as one of the top relievers in the sport and has shown

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Sep 22

Mike Sullivan: Play calling not the biggest problem with Giants ‘O’

Earlier this week, coach Ben McAdoo said he would “look at and talk about” relinquishing play-calling duties, but offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan doesn’t believe a switch would greatly impact the Giants’ offense. It’s more important for Eli Manning to look closer to a two-time Super Bowl

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Sep 22

Jets have found their perfect transition QB

Claude Pelon, a defensive lineman on the Jets practice squad, was trash-talking fellow defensive lineman Mike Pennel about whether Pelon’s USC Trojans would whip Cal in a battle of unbeaten teams Saturday. In the middle of it was Josh McCown. At one point Pelon was on McCown’s back as if trying

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Sep 22

Yankees must join other MLB teams and extend netting

The Yankees have run out of excuses. The Reds, Mariners, Padres and Rockies all announced Thursday they plan to extend the protective netting at their ballparks for the start of the 2018 season, all spurred on by the terrible happenings at Yankee Stadi…

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Sep 22

Carson Wentz is a danger to continue troubling Giants’ trend

Two games into his second season, the Eagles quarterback even is being confused with a future Hall of Famer. “At times, he looks like Aaron Rodgers, out there running around, evading the rush and still making some pretty good throws,” Giants defensive tackle Damon Harrison said Thursday after practice

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Sep 22

Barkley tears into new schedule: NBA ‘caved in’ to ‘poor babies’

Charles Barkley is at it again. The Hall of Famer and current TNT analyst swore he wasn’t an old guy telling current NBA players to get off his lawn Wednesday, but that was after he said he was “angry” regarding the league’s new scheduling format, which decreases the number of back-to-back games

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Sep 22

Mets rookie follows father’s advice, and it’s paying off

The advice that would come to serve Brandon Nimmo the best in his baseball career was delivered by his father, Ron, over the years, during their frequent visits to the batting cage. “My dad was always big on swinging at strikes and letting the other ones go,” Brandon Nimmo said. Nimmo is reaping the

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Sep 22

Beckham set to face ex-LSU mate looking to shut him down

It won’t merely be a golden opportunity for the Eagles to bury the winless Giants. It also will be an LSU reunion, Giants star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. going up against Eagles No. 1 cornerback Jalen Mills, a rematch of their college days when the two matched up in practice, Beckham and his

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Sep 22

Why it won’t get any easier for the Giants’ offensive line

On paper, it is a mismatch, an area of strength against a significant weakness. No, not the formidable Eagles defensive line against the porous Giants offensive front — Philadelphia’s battered secondary against Big Blue array of talented wide receivers. Which is why the battle up front may well decide

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Sep 22

Jermaine Kearse filling two vital roles for Jets

Through two games, the Jets have scored just three touchdowns. Wide receiver Jermaine Kearse has two of them. Kearse is responsible for more than a quarter of those (123). Kearse was part of the deal that shipped defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson to…

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Sep 21

Ereck Flowers speaks: I’m OK, except for the bad plays

The most vilified Giant is following his coach’s lead. During a week in which Ben McAdoo has excused his errors, Ereck Flowers responded to critics for the first time since he played his way into becoming the face of the Giants’ offensive woes Monday night. The third-year pro looked overwhelmed

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