Monday, January 31, 2011

This comical collection detailing the matchup in this year's Superbowl featuring Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers against Big Ben and the Steelers is all thanks to the Onion Sports Network. Read and Enjoy. To see the full article, click here.

Posted on Monday, January 31, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Sunday, January 30, 2011

"With off-the-field issues clouding his years at Florida, Newton transferred to Blinn Junior College and then to Auburn, where he quickly established himself as a star. Many drool over his tools and the potential he flashes. He has the athletic ability that scouts dream about. But he’s got a long road to success, with many expecting him to fail." Read Full Article Here.
Here is the article I just wrote for bleacher report concerning the future of Cam Newton and whether he can succeed. Many see him as another first round bust but others salivate over his tools. Only time will tell. Enjoy the article. To read the full piece, click here.
                  

Posted on Sunday, January 30, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011


I'd just like to take this opportunity for some minor boasting, mixed with some admittance of luck. Back in June, I wrote a piece called "Rating the Raiders: Emerging from the Black Hole", in which I predicted that the Raiders would at least go 8-8, missing the playoffs but showing huge improvement.

They certainly did so, but in a rather peculiar fashion. Rather than beating the teams I figured to be pushovers for them, they went 6-0 in their division; demolishing the Chargers and Broncos and defeating the division champion Chiefs twice each. The Raiders went 8-8 winning 6 games in their division and missed the playoffs. What a world right?

The point is, the Raiders improved immensely this season. Their passing defense was notable as always, going from the #7 spot in '09 to the #2 spot in 2010. The rushing defense improved minimally, from 30th to 29th. However, the Raiders truly shined in rushing this year, as Darren McFadden had his breakout season helping Oakland to reach 155.5 yards rushing per game and the #2 overall rushing attack. When your running offense and passing defense are that good, teams sort of find themselves in a bind. When forced to run competing with a superior attack, and unable to out-throw, some teams will just fold in.

As stated in June, this is at least partially due to the improvement to the Raider's air attack with the dumping of the Purple Drank. Though it was downright ugly at times, and yes I was more than a little wrong about which recievers would be impact players (Sorry Jacoby Ford, Louis Murphy), the passing game improved enough with Campbell and Gradkowski to give the runners some breathing room. They will definitely need to look for a more permanent solution in this area, or hope one of those two improves enough to lead legitimately. However, having two middle talent QB's with room for improvement is certianly better than having a 300 pound, lazy, charisma-less blob.

In fact, the worst thing the Raiders did in 2010/2011 was fire Tom Cable. The guy was on the cusp of bringing the team out of the darkness. Yes he had a few losing seasons, but building a team takes time. Sadly of course, the bane of the Raiders-Al Davis-swooped in and took that man away. A team just about to resurface to relevance does not need a turbulent coaching change. Hopefully for them, all will go smoothly. If the Raiders have any luck, the new coach will keep order, and Raider nation will have a chance again in 2011. They have the tools, the drive, and the youth. With the right leadership, the Silver and Black could be around for the 2012 playoffs.

Posted on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 by Jake Silver

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"Don't stop mangling your Spanish quite yet, though. Ochocinco hasn't filed the paperwork yet for the name change and has gone back on this promise before. In 2009, he said he'd change it back if Darrelle Revis(notes) shut him down in a game. Revis did and Ochocinco didn't follow through." 
                                                                                         ~ Chris Chase, Yahoo Sports
The chatty wide receiver finds a way to claim more attention. Chad Ochocinco is changing his surname back to Johnson, looking for a new start. After consistent riffs with his Head Coach, Marvin Lewis, number 85 seems to be on the cusp of a release or trade from Cincinnati. After the most unproductive streak of his career, under the name Ochocinco, Johnson will look to find his old form. Once feared by defensive backs, he has no longer been a threat and recruited his buddy Terrell Owens to improve the offense. After one year, T.O. seems to be on his way out as well. To read the full story, click here.

Posted on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Recap of the wild NFC and AFC Championship games. Also, tune in for our JZSports regular season awards winners, and the first Superbowl Preview. We will also be announcing the Silver Puma award, for our favorite player of the year.

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Posted on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Here is yet another comical remix of Lebron James' "what should I do" commercial. Favre retires from making commercials and then decides to come back. This actor looks too much like the crippled quarterback. Enjoy.

Posted on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

After a tough 24-19 loss to the Steelers in the AFC Championship game to end the season, Jets fans need something to make them smile. Here is a clip of Mark Sanchez during the game. Enjoy. It was a great season and the team can only get better. Sanchez got plenty of developing this year and seems ready to take that next step. Get ready for a Packers/Steelers Superbowl. Should be good.

Posted on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Sunday, January 23, 2011


JZ Sports welcomes back contributor Bill Eckert back from vacation, with his prediction for Sunday's AFC Championship battle between Gang Green and the Black and Yellow. Read and Enjoy.
Hey there gang! Bill Eckert here to make a few predictions on Sunday’s games. I found myself in a situation last week that didn’t allow me see the Steelers/Ravens game live, but thanks to my trusty DVR I was able to go to work and not worry myself about the game. Fast forwarding through the unneeded flagaphiles we call refs tends to eat up too much play time and I find no more joy zipping past that as I do in any other enjoyable activity (how’s that for vague). Anyhow, as the chef of my kitchen warned me earlier in the shift, I wasn’t getting out of that shift without knowing what happened in the game. With an hour or so left in my shift, Brian, our door guy, strolls back into the kitchen for a cup of coffee; before I knew it, Brian turns to Chef and I, matter-of-factly stating, “So, the Steelers won,” leaving me only to hang my head and nod in acknowledgment to Chef that he was on the money and I was out the results to what I was calling MY Super Bowl, since it was my Steelers facing their greatest rival.

Don’t fret though sports fans, for as any of you that watched the game know, when I arrived home that evening I sat through the game either way and found myself pleasured by the battle between what might be the two hardest hitting teams in the NFL (even though I found myself disappointed at times knowing that I might have been truly hooting and hollering at times had I not already know the outcome).

Now, down to brass tacks, the AFC and NFC Championships! Both of these games are going to rest on the shoulders of the quarterbacks, more so than usual. I’ll get even more specific. These games are going to rest on the shoulders of, in the NFC match up, Jay Cutler, and in the AFC match up, Mark Sanchez. Both these guys can be remarkable when they on their mark; Sanchez showed what he was made of last week when he seemed impervious to the New England defense, and Cutler ran wild, literally, on the Seahawks. But things are going to be very different this week.           

Both Cutler and Sanchez, though they have moments where they shine brightly, they have also been the providers for a rival’s victory through interceptions, and frequently. Their biggest weakness has been their inconsistency and this is a problem that both Green Bay and Pittsburgh lack.

In the NFC Championship the rivalry between Green Bay and Chicago alone will be something that should both turn up the heat in Soldier Field and, in the words of Chef Emeril Lagasse, both teams will “kick it up a notch” when they hit the field. Green Bay is going to bring hell and Cutler isn’t going to be able to gallivant around the field as he did last week. Urlacher and the Bears defense is going to give Aaron Rodgers a work out; however, this isn’t something new to Rodgers and he has always been a team commander who understands the importance of his roll as QB and has the know how to help his team advance to The Big Show in two weeks. If Cutler is smart, he’ll be smart and not try to outrun Clay Matthews and the rest of the Lemon-Limebackers, and if can’t find himself a receiver, don’t give it up as he has been know to do.

Things on the AFC end of the league are a little less cut and dry. For those of you that have read any of my previous posts, you know well that I am a long time fan of The Steel Curtain and JZ’s own Zack Pumerantz is a raging Jets fan (Would raging be a good adjective, Zack?), so hopefully he’ll not want my head for writing such things about Sanchez and the Jets. Let it be said that I like the Jets. Hell, I’m going AFC for the remainder of this stint and if the Jets do beat my Steelers, I want them to take it all. That being said, I don’t see that happening. My personal fandom aside, the Jets has a few things working against them.

I’ve already mentioned that Sanchez has been known to turn the ball over through rushed passing, but he showed last week, against the Patriots, that he can handle the pressure when it is poured on, so though he played well last week and is still capable to choke, I’ll dispel said weakness and trade it for these other potential issues. The Steelers defense IS NOT the New England Patriots defense, and what they have working for them that the Pats didn’t have last week is that the Jets beat Big Ben and the gang in Pittsburgh the last time they met, James Harrison and the rest of The Curtain will not want to lose at home against the Jets twice and this time they brought Troy to play.

I believe I mentioned this in the past, but for the sake of continuity I would like to mention (maybe again) that I don’t like the idea of placing a teams victory or loss on one player, though here I am clearly saying that Cutler and Sanchez are very likely the deciding factors for their teams, I am now going to add in what I like to call the “Troy Factor.” When the Jets came to Pittsburgh last they faced a team without their Pro-Bowl safety Troy Polamalu. The Jets won by five points that day, but it was a very hard fought five points and they played very well. Sunday’s game is going to have to be harder fought on New York’s end. Troy is back, and that will certainly beef up the Steelers D but to wind down and wrap up, I’ll just say that there is a threat on the Jets end as well.

Big Ben is a force to be reckoned with and defensive opponents have to often work very hard to strike fear into him, nevertheless bring him to the ground, but in a press conference Ben sang the praises of the Jets defense and all that they are capable of. It was their art of confusion that Ben sang about most. He went on about their raw talent and the hug fest between Antonio Cromartie and Big Ben and their comments about loving one another and what they do was all well and good; however, I found myself only slightly stirred, as a Steelers fan, when I heard Ben say that after watching the Jets defeat the two best quarterbacks in the league at home that he didn’t know how he was going to beat them. I’m sure Ben will continue to do as he has done all season long and help to press his team forward.

These Championship games are going to be featuring a lot of hardcore defense and by looking back at them, Roethlisberger and Rodgers have been consistently solid when it came to handling the pressure. Having said that, my buddy Sweet Jimmy B. reminded me that when it comes to the Playoffs, statistics and everything else we think we know can go out the window, but pressure, well she can be a bitch and hopefully neither Cutler or Sanchez buckle at the crack of her whip. 

Posted on Sunday, January 23, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Friday, January 21, 2011


"There was no summer more significant to the New York Knicks future than in 2010. The LeBron James sweepstakes began and it was evident that his choices were the Chicago Bulls, his former team the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Knicks.
Donnie Walsh was confident, with the perfect pitch in place to recruit him. Everything looking good, it all fell apart and James took his efforts to Miami where he is dominating with his all-star tandem of Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade, who is the face of the Heat franchise. The Knicks settled for a power forward who is only second in the league in scoring right now with 26.4 points per game. 
After Amare Stoudemire signed with the Knicks, he proclaimed to the NBA world that the Knicks were back. Well, they have made that clear this year. At 22-19, they are the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference and have beaten the likes of the San Antonio Spurs and New Orleans Hornets. It took a last second shot by Paul Pierce for the Boston Celtics to scrape by. They are playing with toughness and vigor.Whether they win or lose the game, their play is always exhilarating. 
With their new-found attitude and fearless play, the Knicks are making noise in the NBA and other teams are taking note. Whether they make the postseason or not this season, albeit a catastrophic collapse, the Knicks are to be feared next season and in the future. It's an exciting time for Knicks fans. Here's why."
Second article for bleacher report, enjoy. Knicks are back. To read the full article, click here.

Posted on Friday, January 21, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Check out my first article for Bleacher Report. It concerns the flawed format of the NFL Playoffs. Enjoy. 




Posted on Thursday, January 20, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Words cannot describe the professionalism that Deion Sanders exemplifies on a daily basis. In this video, the cast laughs for a good two minutes, followed by powdering of the face from the assistants and Steve Mariucci crying. Enjoy the video.

Posted on Tuesday, January 18, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Sunday, January 16, 2011

28-21 win by the Jets. What a victory. Confidence omnipresent, the trash-talking was finally backed up. Tough battle but they reigned victorious. Aside from a team standpoint, this game was one of the most entertaining playoff games in recent memory. This 28-21 win reeks of the Giants' Superbowl upset over the undefeated Patriots in '08. Jets can't relax now as they have the current Steel Curtain next week in the AFC Championship game featuring always confident Big Ben. There's going to be bloodshed. The game will be brutally physical. Enjoy Ladainian Tomlinson after the game in this clip.

Posted on Sunday, January 16, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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The first video consists of an impressive array of athletes using a spring to defy gravity. It's curious to see how they would perform without the trampoline but this is still entertaining... the second video is unbelievable.




Seeing these guys fly isn't as jaw-dropping and phenomenal as watching the professional basketball players effortlessly leaping from the foul line without a spring to propel them. The dunker, James White, is in the NBA D-League, considered the minor leagues of the NBA, which makes this slam more astonishing.

Posted on Sunday, January 16, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Saturday, January 15, 2011

"Three of the four NFL playoff games this weekend figure to be played in arctic conditions and the results could lead to the ultimate showdown — Green Bay at Chicago."                                 

                                                                               ~ Chris Erskine, LA Times

As football fanatics salivate in preparation of the second week of playoff football, Chris Erskine of the LA Times presents the possibility of the NFC championship game out-doing the Superbowl. He predicts the Packers to beat the Falcons and the Bears to beat the Seahawks, giving fans the chance to witness another January rivalry game in the tundra that will be nothing short of hard-hitting with a plethora of blood stained jerseys walking off the field in the end. Personally I do see the Packers overcoming the highly-touted Falcons but the Seahawks defeating the Bears, not allowing Erskine's duel to occur. To read the full article, click here.


Baltimore @ Pittsburgh... A hard-nosed rivalry, this one will be fought  hard on both sides, with plenty of blood and bone-breaking. Watch for hard hits by Harrison and Reed, two hungry veterans who know what it takes to win. Ray Lewis will be his usual self, riling his teammates and letting loose on blind-sighted tight ends, while Roethlisberger will find gaps in their vulnerable secondary and will take this one with a 20-17 win.





Green Bay @ Atlanta... With the week off Atlanta loses momentum. The Packers resemble the 2008 Giants who surged through the playoffs as the underdogs with a 10-6 record to beat the undefeated Patriots. The Packers are hungry, humble and ready to make noise. Aaron Rodgers will get routine pressure from John Abraham and the Atlanta defense but will elude it by scrambling as he does so well and finding Jennings consistently. Packers win by 10.




Seattle @ Chicago... Seahawks are on a roll and Chicago has a streaky offense and an overrated quarterback in Cutler. This picture resembles the face Mike Martz will have after seeing his quarterback face constant pressure and throw consistently wild chucks to his receivers. Seahawks win in their second upset of the playoffs, finally reaching .500 at 9-9. Win by 7.

New York @ New England... Jets have a chance to make a statement and Rex Ryan has them believeing, albeit talking too much (Cromartie). In the game of the week, there will be hard hits and emotions flying high. Jets win by 3 and propel themselves into the AFC Championship, having to face yet another elite team in the Steelers.

Posted on Saturday, January 15, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

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Posted on Thursday, January 13, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Breakfast.....Three fried-egg sandwiches loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise. Two cups of coffee. One five-egg omelet. One bowl of grits. Three slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar. Three chocolate-chip pancakes.

Lunch.....One pound of enriched pasta. Two large ham and cheese sandwiches with mayo on white bread. Energy drinks packing 1,000 calories.

Dinner.....One pound of pasta. An entire pizza. More energy drinks (according to the Wall Street Journal).


...For a shrubbery connoisseur like Michael Phelps, the munchies are to be expected. Yet this lanky Olympic legend goes to lunatic-esque lengths to cement himself as an eating champ. Someone give Adam Richman a call, fast.



Posted on Thursday, January 13, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

On Saturday night, the only person as unhappy as the New Orleans Saints and their fans was Buffalo Bills General Manager Buddy Nix. Nix surely watched angrily from his couch, as the running back he traded away railroaded one of the NFL's more vaunted defenses for a 67-yard touchdown run, all but sealing one of the greatest postseason upsets of all time.

Lynch started off strong in the NFL with consecutive 1,000 yard seasons after being drafted number 12 overall by the Bills in 2007, citing being in "Beast Mode" during games as the reason for his success. However, the beast was tamed in 2009 when he ran into legal troubles and injuries, resulting in a meager 450 yard season on 125 carries.

The legal issues and slowed production caused Buddy Nix to trade him to the Seahawks 3 games into the 2010 season, where he again had a subpar year as the Seahawks went 7-9 and miraculously won their division. However, Beast Mode emerged once again with 3:37 to go in the Wild Card game against the heavily favored Saints. In a play designed to run the clock down, the Beast decided to break out of its cage. Trucking through linebackers and defensive linemen, Lynch roared into the secondary, tossing Tracy Porter with a powerful stiff arm and putting on a burst of speed to roll into the endzone, looking like the back everyone knew he was at Cal. The run caused such an uproar at Qwest field that a nearby seismic monitoring station registered it as a small earthquake.

The Seahawks can only hope that the Beast is here to stay as they travel to Chicago to face the 2-seed Bears. The fans, the coaches, the teammates, everyone wants to see that moment this week where the Beast will roar, and somewhere in Buffalo, I'm sure Buddy Nix is using a photo of C.J Spiller as a dartboard.


Posted on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Here is a compliation of fantasy football commercials, featuring some of your favorite (Or obscure and irrelevant) NFL players doing some seriously crazy stuff. Watch, enjoy, believe it, and remember to pick your jaw up off the floor.

Posted on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

While their specific examples may beg for an explanation, this list is unique to say the least. Comedy Central's new show SportsDome came out today and here is a portion of the type of personalities on the show. We welcome recommendations for best Stan's. Enjoy.

Posted on Tuesday, January 11, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Sunday, January 9, 2011

Facing constant pressure all game, Michael Vick was as contained as the Packers could have hoped for. Without a spark for most of the game, consistently killing themselves with penalties and watching young James Starks run all over their defense, the routinely high-flying Eagles found themselves in a predicament. David Akers, their future hall-of-fame kicker who misses less than a lunar eclipse occurs, missed two field goals that changed the dynamic of the game and Michael Vick through an interception in the end zone with :33 seconds left on the clock. As the Packers head to Atlanta to face the Falcons, the Eagles will watch from home and reminisce on the season it was.

Posted on Sunday, January 09, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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The game started gingerly for the young Chiefs, with a 7-3 lead early in the game thanks to the speedy running of Jamaal Charles. That would be all they would score though as Joe Flacco found his groove and picked apart the Chiefs defense for 265 yards and 2 touchdowns, with his own defense standing their ground against the meager Matt Cassel, who appeared overmatched and timid during the majority of the second half. The Ravens will head to Pittsburgh for next weeks brutal match-up against Big Ben and the gritty Steelers.

Posted on Sunday, January 09, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Saturday could not have presented two better finishes than the biggest upset in NFL history and a brutal, tight game that ended in a last second field goal. It's fair to say that most Jets fans were wary of kicker Nick Folk because of his early season inconsistency. He did finish the year with his career percentages however and has been subtly consistent late in the season. Finishing 30-39 for the year (76.9 percent) and kicking a franchise-record 56 yard field goal against the Broncos on October 17th, he was ready for last night's chip shot of 32 yards. Can he continue his success against the Pats next week? Here is the kick he made last night in case you missed it.

Posted on Sunday, January 09, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Clinging to life with 3 minutes remaining, running back Marshawn Lynch took the team on his back as he bullrushed 67 yards to put the icing on perhaps the biggest upset in NFL history. Becoming the first team with a losing regular season record to win a playoff game, the Seattle Seahawks proved their doubters wrong, if only for one day. As Lynch stiff armed Tracy Porter and threw him 10 yards in front of him, it was clear he wasn't going to be stopped. See the highlights below.

Posted on Sunday, January 09, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Saturday, January 8, 2011

“I’m not sure that the recession is over,” said David Stern, commissioner of the NBA, whose attendance has fallen in certain markets. Others say high unemployment figures and a reluctance of companies to hire have led to greater uncertainty among fans.
The glut of games–35 bowls this season, with many suffering from empty seats–shows that the handful of super-wealthy college programs may be the only ones truly immune from economic pressures.
Marketers are spending again, and TV advertising and sponsorship are reportedly back to pre-recession levels, SportsBusiness Journal reports. But many companies and consumers seem more willing to pay as they go, rather than to commit to long-term deals. 
                                                                                        ~ Brad Wolverton, The Chronicle
As the economy continues to progress and improve from the recession that crushed so many businesses, the omnipresent question is how future individual strategies have changed as a result. This article makes it clear that the recession has indeed altered the way business leaders in sports are more inclined to "pay as they go" rather than commit long term. With the obvious fear of future economic depressions, this mindset is having a crucial effect on sports. Once vigorous and aggressive in their pursuit, owners are now afraid of commitment and, while they acknowledge the obvious improvement of the economy, are more protective of the assets they have. It is curious as to how this short-termed ideology will affect the athletic industry in the future, in college and the pros. Enjoy the article.

Posted on Saturday, January 08, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Monday, January 3, 2011


Read NY Times Article: Losses Aside, Giants Unlikely to Fire Tom Coughlin by Judy Battista

     Hey there, gang! Bill Eckert here. I wanted to give a quick blurb regarding the Giants’ season deflation. Clearly there were too many factors in play this week that kept them from making it into the post season. With their collapse in the Eagles game two weeks ago, their loss last week to the Green Bay Packers and their need for Rodgers and the Packers to lose to the Chicago Bears this week, the G-Men were forced to take the long trip home from their victory in Washington to sit out the post season. This, however, isn’t about the Giants’ losses. This is about the effect those losses will have on the future of the coaching staff.
     As you faithful JZ Sports readers may recall, my pop threw the Giants and their Christmas ornaments out the window (figuratively) after they embarrassed their fans in their loss to Philly. He has since expressed his desire to see the G-Men’s coaching staff hit the bricks. This isn’t news, as Giants fans have been screaming for Coughlin’s release, saying that the Giants need a severe change in their philosophy.
     Judy Battista wrote a wonderful and very comprehensive analysis of where Coughlin and his crew stand and why in Saturday’s NY Times. She believes that they’re safe at home and after reading it through, I can understand why (though I don’t see change as a bad thing). 
     Pop said that he finds it, as a fan, embarrassing and disheartening to see this team start with such promise, only to fall apart. “All the lost opportunities,” he said, his voice changing its pitch with a twinge and a crack. “The interceptions, the fumbles, lost yardage . . .” It’s been three years since their Super Bowl Championship and they have had deconstructive seasons since, pop said in a tone that was just slightly strained for a fella who has ceased emotional attachment to the G-Men and now watches as a free agent. It’s OK, pop; we can’t just easily toss our feelings aside after years of investment. He did have one bit of advice for the Big Blue’s front office. “As an owner, you have to get a contract that gives them (the coaching staff) two years to get a [Super Bowl] Championship, otherwise they have to go. If they get the Championship, they get a renewed contract.”
     Dear ol’ dad might be on to something. It might make for a more exciting franchise to see these coaches truly fight for their positions. Hell, we wonder where Andy Reid would be today, as a guy who has never won a Super Bowl. What’s he doing in Philly to keep his job?

Posted on Monday, January 03, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Posted on Monday, January 03, 2011 by Jake Silver

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Sunday, January 2, 2011

As morbid as this may be to Brett Favre's fan base, it is creative and comical in its accurate portrayal of the final years of Favre's football career. Might the rest of his life consist of indecisive and regrettable decisions that clog the media year after year or will he finally put all the omnipresent retirement talk to rest and live his life in private? Only time will tell. The first article is an obituary, followed by his indecision. Enjoy.



3 Months Later...


Posted on Sunday, January 02, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Saturday, January 1, 2011

This may not be classified as a sport but this man is out of his mind, seemingly the most flexible man alive. This had to be posted and shared with the world. It must be no more than one foot off the ground. The lowest limbo height was conquered by Dennis Walston in 1991 and was recorded by the Guinness World Records. Watch and enjoy.

Posted on Saturday, January 01, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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Happy New Years to everyone from JZ Sports. As we start fresh in 2011, let's rewind and check out the top 10 plays of 2010. While the quality of the video is poor, it will have to suffice. The video is still riveting and exciting. Thank you SportsCenter for the top 10 plays. Enjoy!

Posted on Saturday, January 01, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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The unique sport of dwarf-throwing originated in Australia in the 1980s and has become an entertaining and popular bar attraction. Having dealt with legal issues in the past, dwarf-throwing is becoming omnipresent internationally. Ironically, the United States wasn't represented in the 1986 World dwarf-throwing championships held in Australia. Team GB won and hold the world record of 17ft 9in. Here is the article about circus escapee Cuddles and his thrower Lenny the Giant of the Oddballs


Posted on Saturday, January 01, 2011 by Zack Pumerantz

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