Silverman: After Mile High Success, McAdoo Must Prove Worth Again Vs. SeattleHe has proven he is a worthy coach, maybe even more so than he did last year when the Giants were a playoff team with an 11-5 record.
Block: Cotto Reflects Ahead Of Final Fight: 'I've Done Enough'Miguel Cotto's journey began on Feb. 23, 2001, with a flurry of left hooks in Austin, Texas. It will end on Dec. 2 at his home away from home, Madison Square Garden.
Keidel: Yankees Making October Magic Again -- And Ahead Of ScheduleBut between the blossoming bats, stellar pitching, and native ambiance that clearly fuels the Yanks and strikes fear in foes, the Yankees find themselves nine solid innings from a most unlikely trip to the World Series.
Schmeelk: 9 Predictions For The Knicks In 2017-18The Knicks open on Thursday night in Oklahoma City against the Thunder in what could be a rough start to a difficult season filled with a lot of losing.
WFAN Morning Show Podcast & MOTD: Oct. 19, 2017Thursday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" featured Al Dukes paying tribute to Masahiro Tanaka and Bette Midler, as only Al can.
WFAN Morning Show: Wally Szczerbiak Provides A Knicks PreviewBoomer invited good buddy Wally Szczerbiak to the WFAN studios on Thursday morning, so that they could talk about what we should expect from the Knicks this season.
WFAN Morning Show: Another Yankees Win, Another 'John Flaherty Report'Boomer and Jerry Recco got their daily John Flaherty fix on Thursday morning, as the Yes Network analyst called in to talk about the Yankees.
WFAN Morning Show: Yanks Know Winning, C-Lo Knows UpdatingChris Lopresti provided all the details and some locker room reaction from the Yankees' Game 5 win, before bouncing around the NBA, NHL, and more.
WFAN Morning Show: Conquering Keuchel, Yanks Dominate AstrosWhat can you say about these 2017 Yankees that hasn't already been said? That's a rhetorical question, of course.
Lichtenstein: No Zajac, No Boyle, No Problem (Yet) For Swifter DevilsThe Devils have been far from a lost cause in the season's opening two weeks.
Hartnett: Rangers Are Beating Themselves, And That's UnacceptableThe Rangers and the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins treated fans to a wild, rollercoaster of a game on Tuesday night that ended in the most heartbreaking of circumstances for the hosts.
Silverman: Rule Changes, Replay Decisions Have Damaged Pro FootballThe NFL has many problems, and it would be difficult to see a worse outcome than the Austin Seferian-Jenkins touchdown catch that was heinously transformed into a turnover against the Patriots on Sunday.

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