New York Giants rookie receiver Rueben Randle was on the receiving end of nationally-televised criticism by NBC football analyst Cris Collinsworth on Sunday, and it has left him a little confused.
Sunday night was epic for Neil Keefe as his Giants won Super Bowl XLVI, and he shares his thoughts from the 21-17 win over the Patriots.
Taylor says football always came easy for him. But life? That’s been difficult for the Hall of Famer to manage.
After countless encounters on the phone through the years, Al Dukes arranged to have Boomer’s old pass-catching mate Cris Collinsworth in the Allstate Studio for a little face-to-face sit-down with Boomer & Craig.
With everything to gain or lose, the Jets chose the latter. Last night wasn’t about tactics; it was about temerity. The Patriots wanted it more. Much more. There’s no other way to explain the score despite the disparity in talent.
With a visit from Dhani Jones and a call from Cris Collinsworth, today’s 9 a.m. hour was a little crazy. With that said, an executive decision was made to make Jerry Recco’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ a ‘web-exclusive’.
As luck would have it, just before Cris Collinsworth joined the Program, Craig had morphed into his ‘alter-Tom Coughlin-ego’. The transformation turned into what could only be described as a rather unique introduction.
Boomer’s old pass-catching mate Cris Collinsworth found time in his very busy schedule to join Boomer & Craig for a few minutes on Thursday.
Some of you are appalled by the applause Lawrence Taylor recently received at the Meadowlands. I respect your opinion – as long as you’re not wearing a Michael Vick jersey when you express it.
After their second straight loss at home, Boomer warns the Knicks that they’d better ‘shape-up’ otherwise a ‘shake-up’ could be coming in the form of Carmelo Anthony. With that out of the way, Craig was then free to talk about Rex Ryan’s Jets.
The baseball writers voted two players, Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar, into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday – but the story here is those that did not make the cut.
In New York, one never knows what out-there story will grace the front page of their favorite local tabloid. It’s really, really hard to shock the Boomer & Carton crew.
To say it was a crazy Sunday of football would be an understatement, but here goes. It was a crazy Sunday of football.
Mark Sanchez looked sharp leading Gang Green down the field during their winning drive Sunday, as it was just another day at the office for Rex Ryan’s cardiac Jets.
Football’s violent nature is part of its wide appeal. But as more is learned about the long-term damage of head trauma, broadcasters have to walk a fine line between savoring good, tough play and glorifying hits that can cause serious harm.