Keidel: Overachievers Or Not, Yankees Embarrassed Themselves When It MatteredI was called all manner of moron for saying the Yankees weren't that good, and would not reach the postseason this year. If you'd care to call that a playoff appearance, hope you enjoyed it.
Keidel: Hey You, Internet Tough Guy, You're A Real Man Poking Fun At SabathiaBoomer Esiason said it best this morning. We have an insatiable desire to see others fail, especially someone making over $20 million a year to throw a baseball.
Keidel: New York, New YorkThe Jets are learning how to win, and the Giants already know. Both teams seem to have legitimate playoff shots.
Keidel: Think The Mets' Rough Finish Doesn't Matter? Think AgainDon't tell us the Mets wouldn't gain from making the Dodgers travel 3,000 miles for the first two games, from the warm beach to the cold dusk of Queens.
Keidel: Leonard Fournette And NFL Age RestrictionsLeonard Fournette can't enter the next NFL draft. Why? Because the NFL says so. That's the only reason.
Keidel: Mets Need To Make The Most Of This Rare October OpportunityIt's time for the Mets to close the curtain on the party and don their hard hats for autumn baseball.
Keidel: Considering All The Injuries, It's Amazing Yankees Are Where They Are Right NowThe Yankees have a sprawling, glittering history, but the Yankees fan sure has some self-esteem issues.
Keidel: Even The Most Staunch Yankees Fan Has To Appreciate What Mets Have DoneImagine this: Yankees fans standing, smiling and clapping when the Mets won the NL East. It happened.
Keidel: Yogi Berra Was Better And More Important Than Derek JeterMaybe Yogi Berra wasn't built for the silver screen and didn't have a silver tongue, but he was a silver slugger in baseball's golden age.
Keidel: Giants Are Far From Finished In NFC East With Eli At The HelmThe Giants have one thing the rest of the NFC East doesn't, at least for the next two months: a proven starting quarterback.
Keidel: Mets Lack That Killer Instinct -- And That's Why Their Fans Are AnxiousWhy are you so fidgety when you're down to a single-digit magic number? Because you've been here before, of course, and gagged a few leads in the final weeks.
Keidel: Mayweather Is Great, But Far From The Greatest EverFloyd would be great in any area, between 135 and 147, but objectively speaking, it’s impossible to imagine him beating Sugar Ray Robinson, Ray Leonard or Thomas Hearns.