Fantasy football owners want a workhorse running back who can carry an offense. Here are your top 10 options.
Before Jerry Recco could get his first update of the morning underway, Craig offered some more details on his ‘run-in’ with former Yankees slugger Cecil Fielder while performing with Bernie Williams last night.
The great Jerry “Rello” Recco gave us his first update of the morning.
After dealing with some traffic on the West Side Highway, Ray Rice eventually made his way to the Allstate Studio to sit down with Boomer & Carton and ‘break his silence,’ as Craig put it.
There will be a collision course on the road to Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday, when the Baltimore Ravens take on the New England Patriots in the AFC title game.
The Baltimore Ravens defense played a big part in their 16-6 Thanksgiving night victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Even without Ray Lewis, they totaled a franchise record nine sacks.
Rex Ryan can’t stand the hideous number next to the Jets’ defense on the list of NFL rankings. There it is, a double-digit in black and white, screaming at him unlike anything he’s ever seen.
Ray Rice’s story is that of a local kid that makes it big. Born and raised in New Rochelle, after an impressive collegiate career running the ball for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Rice was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2008. Since then has become one of the best running backs in the NFL.
Ben Roethlisberger hit rookie Antonio Brown on a 58-yard pass play on third-and-19, and Rashard Mendenhall scored from the 2 with 1:33 remaining to give the Pittsburgh Steelers a 31-24 comeback victory over the Baltimore Ravens in an AFC divisional playoff game Saturday.
The ‘old Rex’ was on display on Monday as he talked, unfiltered, about Bill Belichick and the Patriots, displaying that unique bravado that both endears him to fans and makes him a villain.
The Jets are in the playoffs and the Giants are not, so it makes sense that the Jets were the lead story today on this Tuesday edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza.
Boomer & Carton talk to the New Rochelle native and former Rutgers standout Ray Rice leading up to his playoff game with the Ravens.
One fact is certain: we all love clichés. And if there is one activity in life that fosters the creation and communication of clichés, its sports.
In the beginning there was Fantasy Football. And the spirit of joy moved upon the face of fans, especially those who cheered for awful NFL teams.
After getting used to their new home with two pre-season games, the Jets will play their first regular season game in the New Meadowlands Stadium tonight.