In honor of NBA All-Star Weekend coming to The Big Apple, the NBA has released an interactive map entitled “A History Of New York City Basketball.”
The former NFL quarterback isn’t about to call Tom Brady a liar, but he has a “hard time believing the total truth” of the press conference conducted Thursday as Deflate-gate enters Day 5.
“I don’t necessarily want to rule Geno out or anoint him,” Maccagnan told Carton and Connolly. “It’s a work in progress.”
The WFAN host knows that for Gang Green, it ultimately comes down to the quarterback position. And Carton has a solution for his beleaguered franchise. Two words: Peyton Manning.
“Something that I gathered from coach Coughlin in a short period of time is faces change, but his expectations never will. He’s a man of consistency, so we love playing for him.”
Our friends at CBS Sports Network have been hard at work, digging through countless hours of footage. Behold the fruits of their labor.
With the truth uncovered, Seinfeld offered some tips to Craig on how to handle show biz a little better…
“Look, I had a great working relationship with Tom Coughlin … I have an opinion. It’s my job to have an opinion. That’s what (CBS executives) hired me to be.”
After advising loyal listeners to ‘bet the mortgage’ on the Knicks to beat the Magic, a distraught Craigie got things started Thursday morning by instructing ‘The’ Eddie Scozzare to kill the open music…
Craig is calling foul on the idea that a guy named Paul Rosolie is going to put on a special suit, thus allowing him to be eaten alive by an Anaconda snake.
Ahhh, yet another example of the power and reach of one Alex Rodriguez.
Coming back from break, Craig felt inspired. And because of that we were all treated to an impromptu song about Boomer and his ‘a– kicking’ ways.
Craig Carton has planned a massive “Blowing Off Some Steam for Gang Green” pregame party for all you long-suffering Jets fans. We have the details.
The Giants game Sunday may have stunk, but the pregame sure was delicious. Watch the latest from Jerry Miller and the Tailgate Fan crew.
A $100,000 donation will be made to ALS research, and Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist and Knicks forwards Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire will be on stage with Dolan.