“We have to go out there and play well. We have to figure out how to slow them down offensively and we’ve gotta figure out how to score against them.”
“Bald Vinny” Milano says he has no problem with Mets fans doing roll call during Monday’s home opener at Citi Field — even if it is a Yankees thing.
Compared to other teams, the Islanders are short on playoff experience. But Johnny Boychuk sure sounds like he can make up the difference.
“I am satisfied that the New York Mets have a very strong desire to be successful on the field, and that they’re making decisions directed at being successful on the field.”
Six passionate sports fans are hoping to land a show on WFAN radio, but the luck of the Irish will only come through for one.
On Friday afternoon, Rolle hopped on with Joe & Evan to say goodbye to the radio duo and Giants fans, and reflect on his time in New York. As expected, he didn’t disappoint.
On Wednesday, while addressing season-ticket holders at Citi Field, general manager Sandy Alderson went so far as to admit that he never really considered dealing the right-hander.
New Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan has said he’ll be aggressive in free agency this offseason. Eric Decker believes he knows the perfect place to start.
Rex Ryan agrees, the situation he’s walking into in Buffalo is similar to the one he just left with the Jets. But he doesn’t care, because, to the surprise of absolutely no one, he says he has a plan.
John Tavares has a message for the fans invading arenas all over the East Coast to support the Islanders: We hear you loud and clear.
Todd Bowles says you can’t fool New York Jets fans into thinking their team is good when, put simply, they’re not.
“If you made me go to Vegas right now, I would try to get the Dan Quinn action,” La Canfora told Joe & Evan.
The future Hall of Famer, as is his custom, was very conservative in his responses as he prepares his team to take on the Ravens in the NFL divisional playoffs on Saturday.
This foregone conclusion that Muhammad Wilkerson will be a Jet for a long time looks like it needs to be re-examined.
Coach Tom Coughlin and general manager Jerry Reese are getting one more chance to turn around the New York Giants — or else.