Steve Lichtenstein

Lichtenstein: Be Thankful, For 2015 Was A Step Forward For Our TeamsAlthough another year has gone by without a victory celebration parade down the Canyon of Heroes, I look at 2015 as a step in the right direction for our local sports teams.
Lichtenstein: Bowles To Blame For Jets' Debacle In HoustonWhat were the Jets doing for nine days?
Lichtenstein: Despite Shooting Woes, 'Iso Joe' Still Making Impact For NetsWatching Nets forward Joe Johnson play these days creates a battle between my head and my heart.
Lichtenstein: Jets' Late Play-Calling Blunders Gave Rex The Last LaughOffensive coordinator Chan Gailey made numerous odd play-calling choices on key downs, none of which worked.
Lichtenstein: King, Not Hollins, Should Be On Hot Seat For Nets' Bad StartIt’s very easy for fans to pin the blame on the coach when their team is lousy. In New York City, the complaints can get loud. In this situation, it’s not warranted.
Lichtenstein: It Wasn't Pretty, But Jets Won Turnover Battle And The WarIf you were expecting an apology for the Jets’ 28-23 white-knuckle victory over Jacksonville on Sunday, you won’t find one here.
Lichtenstein: Nets’ Demise Can Be Traced To Their 'Play After The Play'It’s not too early to worry whether the Nets' record-setting 18 consecutive losses to commence the 2009-10 season is within reach.
Lichtenstein: Jets' Fitzpatrick Is A Smart Guy, But He Wasn't On SundaySorry, kiddies, there’s no such thing as magic. Not even Fitz-Magic.
Lichtenstein: Hollis-Jefferson Could Make Watching The Nets TolerableThe first thing that coach Lionel Hollins must do is get rookie wing Rondae Hollis-Jefferson more playing time.
Lichtenstein: Jets Are A Better Team, But Still Have No Answer For BradyTom Brady has beaten the Jets eight times in the last nine meetings and very often the outcomes have come down to the same determining factor -- the Jets' defense doesn't make the one big play late.
Lichtenstein: Nets Have Too Many Holes To Be Even Average In 2015-16The face of the Brooklyn Nets changed dramatically during the offseason. When the surgeon is general manager Billy King, however, the odds strongly indicate it won’t be an improvement.
Lichtenstein: Washington Was Bowled Over By Jets Coach’s SchemesAfter six years of Rex Ryan, Todd Bowles is a refreshing change, especially on the field.
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