Monday Night Football
Today we got to hear a cut from Boomer’s first Monday Night Football broadcast, as we listened to Al Michaels inform the Booms how he an Dan Dierdorf take their coffee.
Boomer defended himself to the best of his ability, but slipped up when he mentioned his bougie dinner plans at a high-end Italian restaurant in the Motor City…
“Are you ready for some football?” Well, yes. We are. But Monday nights will be without Hank Williams Jr.’s familiar refrain.
Are you ready for some… wait, what? Hank Williams Jr.’s classic Monday Night Football anthem was nowhere to be heard after the singer used an analogy to Hitler in discussing President Obama.
Sports bars across New York City provide Monday night specials to help you nurse your sorrows when your fantasy team drops the ball, or celebrate when your favorite team wins in real life. Check out our list of the best bars to watch MNF in NYC.
The Giants are no strangers to prime-time. The Rams haven’t been on the big stage since Dec. 11, 2006. Running back Steven Jackson hopes to be a part of it. So do his owners in fantasy football.
Steve Spagnuolo made his mark as the defensive coordinator for the Giants before leaving for his first head coaching job with the Rams. He’ll be returning to New York with an injury-ravaged team, much like Big Blue.
Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes is feeling much better after suffering a bruised right thigh, and there is a chance that he might be able to play against the Chicago Bears next Monday night.
The Detroit Lions have stopped distributing free tickets to Monday night’s football game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New York Giants.
It wasn’t just the New York Jets who got blitzed in Monday night’s football game against the New England Patriots.
Those bodies you see on the side of the road are all the folks jumping from the Jets’ bandwagon.
The New York Jets went to New England looking to make a statement. They did. The wrong one.
Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery joined Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts Tuesday to recap New York’s “embarrassing” loss to the New England Patriots Monday night.
Don Meredith, the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback who served as a folksy foil for Howard Cosell on ABC’s “Monday Night Football” and helped carve out the niche for colorful ex-athlete broadcasters, has died.
Nothing is straightforward about Donovan McNabb these days. It turns out the $40 million he is supposed to be guaranteed in his new contract could turn out to be a mere $3.5 million.