Keidel: Geno Smith Joins The Trail Of Jets Quarterback DisastersSmith was a surefire first-round pick, until he wasn't. Rumors about a bad attitude were, fittingly enough, backed up by Smith storming out of Radio City Music Hall after he wasn't plucked in the first round.
Chatelain: Finally, We Cubs Fans Learn What It's Like Not To SufferThink your team has had it bad? We see your suffering and raise you. Red Sox fans, you only had to endure a mere 86-year title drought -- and your boys won seven pennants since ours had won their previous one in 1945.
Hartnett: Rangers Rookie Brady Skjei Holds Himself To High StandardWhat has always stood out about the Lakeville, Minnesota, native is his poise, maturity and understanding of what it takes to become a reliable professional in the fast-paced NHL at a tender age.
Capellini: Boychuk's Solid Start Is A Good Sign For Evolving IslandersJohnny Boychuk is off to the kind of start both he and the Islanders desperately needed.
Schwei’s Devils Notes: New Jersey Stays Unbeaten Vs. Wild After RegulationThe New Jersey Devils went 2-0 in their first two games on home ice this past week, but fell to 0-2-1 on the road with a heartbreaking loss in Boston.
Schmeelk: Knicks Are Playoff Team, But How Much More Is Hard To SayThe Knicks will begin their season Tuesday night in Cleveland with the kind of optimism they haven't had since 2013-14, the season after their 54-win foray into the second round of the playoffs.
Lichtenstein: Nets Have Further To Fall Before Turning It AroundIn their first four years in Brooklyn, the Nets have gone from 49 wins, to 44, to 38, and finally to last season’s 21-61 dumpster fire. You would think we’ve hit rock bottom, right?
Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Oct. 25, 2016Tuesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" featured Craig's reaction when a topic he doesn't care for comes up on the show.
Boomer & Carton: Michael Irvin Talks About His Love For 'Street Meat,' And MoreMichael Irvin retired from the NFL back in 1999, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007 and on Tuesday morning joined Boomer and Craig to talk some pigskin.
Boomer & Carton: Ralph Macchio Does His Best To Fend Off CraigAn old friend of the show, Ralph Macchio stopped by the Allstate Studio on Tuesday morning to visit with Boomer and Craig, because, well, that's what Ralph Macchio does.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Gets Busy, Like Only He CanIt has been said that Jerry Recco has the update game on lock down. If so, you can believe everything you hear, because Tuesday morning the "maven" let it all hang out.
Boomer & Carton: Opening Things Up Wide On A TuesdayThe Knicks will open their 2016-17 season on Tuesday night in Cleveland against the defending NBA champion Cavaliers, while the Indians will host Game 1 of the World Series against the Cubs right across the street.