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Thursday, December 11, 2014

Podcast: Jets at Titans Preview


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Join Daniel Feuerstein & Rick Laughland as they Preview the next road game for the New York Jets. The team travels down to Music City in Nashville as they take on the Tennessee Titans
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Monday, December 8, 2014

Podcast: Jets 24 at Vikings 30 Final


Jets at Vikings Recap Show



Join Daniel Feuerstein & Rick Laughland as they review the road game as the New York Jets traveled to play at the Minnesota Vikings.
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Friday, December 5, 2014

Podcast: Jets at Vikings Preview


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Join Daniel Feuerstein & Rick Laughland as they Preview the Week 14 match-up as the New York Jets travel back to the Great Lakes and take on their final opponent from the NFC North in the Minnesota Vikings
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Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Podcast: Dolphins 16 at Jets 13 Final


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Join Daniel Feuerstein and Rick Laughland as they review the Monday Night Showdown as the New York Jets fell 16-13 to their AFC East Division Rivals in the Miami Dolphins.
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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Rangers sweep the home -and-home series against Philly

It’s always interesting to see what happens when you have such a heated rivalry between the New York Rangers & the Philadelphia Flyers as both sides have tons of hate for each other and it always spills out on the ice. Especially during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend when you have a national televised game down at the Wells Fargo Center & then a return trip to MSG the next day.

But the truth is that this was all Rangers in both games and the Flyers never showed that they were able to match the speed & the fire power that the Rangers were displaying out there. 

In fact the only thing that was saving the Flyers was their goaltending as Steve Mason prevented a possible blow out on Friday afternoon & Ray Emery tried his best to do the same at the Garden.

Power Play Goals were being served with extra gravy when the Rangers were converting chances in both games and in Philly a record milestone was converted as Martin St. Louis scored on a rebound chance in the 2nd period on Friday for his 1,000 career point in the National Hockey League. Undrafted from the University of Vermont and became the 5th player to do it in the NHL.
Of course Rick Nash converts a Short Handed Goal in the 3rd period down in Philly to continue his hot start to this season. Cam Talbot played in the first game over a week ago and shutout the Flyers 2-0, and did it again this past Friday 3-0. Over 2 hours of shutout hockey that Cam Talbot provided for the Rangers.

Even thought the Rangers took care of business on Friday & on Saturday with two big goals from Derick Brassard with Jesper Fast 1st NHL goal, a 5-2 win for the blue shirts climbed up the division to third place. But in these three games between these two sides, I have to say that the Flyers don’t look like themselves. There is no heart, no energy & honestly looking broad street bully-less. Since the deal sending Scott Hartnell to Columbus for R.J. Umberger, the Flyers look like hapless.

There is no heart on that team and to be honest this is not the fault of head coach Craig Berube, the players are just not themselves as it looks like General Manager Ron Hextall has neutered his own team by taking away their high energy agitator in Scott Hartnell and turned them into a rotted orange.


But for the Rangers they pick up four important points and take three straight games from the Flyers and once again they can’t get a win at Madison Square Garden.

Author: Daniel Feuerstein
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Red Bulls fall short on Aggregate, Revolution advance to MLS Cup


This was the best playoff series within the structure of Major League Soccer as the two sides fighting for the Eastern Conference Title were on Gillette Stadium field turf to try and stamp their ticket to either Los Angeles or Seattle for the right to fight for the championship of MLS.

But sadly for the Red Bulls it wasn’t meant to be as they fell short in the goal aggregate series as they fell to a final of 4 goals to 3 in favor of the surprising New England Revolution, but at the start of this contest it was the Red Bulls who got on the board first as the most maligned attacker had a bad season.

Thierry Henry delivered a fantastic ball towards the New England area and saw Tim Cahill challenging Jose Goncalves for position near the goal. Then out of nowhere as the ball bounced Cahill shot a toe poke between Goncalves legs and past Shuttleworth to level the aggregate score in the 26th minute.

But the Revolution retook the aggregate lead in the 41st minute as they took a short corner and after the cross was made it looked like Charlie Davies handled the ball and deflected it past Luis Robles. Sadly referee Baldomero Toledo missed this, but from his position being so far from the area and a lot of bodies blocking his vision, there was no way he was able to see that hand ball and take away the goal.

But the Red Bulls once again were able to grab a second and force the situation on the Revolution and this time it was Peguy Luyindula who found pay dirt and got the lead back again. Lloyd Sam gets the ball at midfield and tries to cross it towards Cahill who was double covered, but it deflects of a defender and Luyindula sneaks in out of nowhere and retook the lead in the game in the 52nd minute.

That meant the aggregate was tied at three & the Red Bulls matched New England’s two away goals from the 1st leg, if the game ended in regulation with a tied aggregate this game was headed to extra time. But once again Charlie Davies took advantage of a mental gaffe from Ambroise Oyongo and converted his second of the game and fourth of the playoffs.

In the 70th minute Oyongo had a miscommunication with Luis Robles as you saw these two collide a bit & then Robles cleared the ball, but not far enough. The Revolution took advantage of the mad scramble and on a cross by Chris Tierney Davies headed in the aggregate winner.

After 20 minutes of regulation and 3 to 4 extra minutes of 2nd half stoppage time, the Red Bulls once again fail to make a trip to their second MLS Cup Final. But while this was another tough heartbreak by the club not getting to the promise land, this one is easier to handle.

Because these two seasons under the direction of head coach Mike Petke has shown plenty of progress for the 2nd year manager and local hero. He went through a tough and mediocre regular season with an early exit from the US Open Cup & crashing out of the CONCACAF Champions League, but made it up with a solid playoff run.
We shall see what happens during the offseason to rebuild this roster for the 2015 season, but you should be proud of how far this club has come and how far Mike Petke has come as a head coach.

Author: Daniel Feuerstein
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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Podcast: Dolphins at Jets Preview Show


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Join Daniel Feuerstein & Rick Laughland as they Preview the Monday Night Match Up as the New York Jets host the Miami Dolphins at Met Life Stadium.
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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Podcast: Jets 3 at Bills 38 Final


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Join Daniel Feuerstein and Rick Laughland as they Review the first game back from the Bye Week as the New York Jets were romped in Western New York by the Buffalo Bills.
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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Podcast: Jets at Bills Preview


Join Daniel Feuerstein & Rick Laughland as they Preview the Week 12 match-up as the New York Jets return from the Bye week and take a trip to Western New York & face again the Buffalo Bills with Rich Stadium Dreams blog writer Earl Reed.

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