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NFL At Large: Four Downs with Doc for 4/10/16

The Jets better get used to seeing Ryan Clady in civies. It’s going to be a frequent occurrence.  1st Down: Former All-Pro Defensive End Will Smith Shot to Death: Former all pro defensive end Will Smith was shot to death last night after a traffic accident. Smith’s wife was also shot multiple times but survived. I can’t even wrap my brain around this senseless act of violence. Smith was a…

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Black and Yellow Blog: The Bruins Would Be Making a Major Mistake if They Fired Claude Julien. 

Thanks to another late season collapse, the Bruins failed to make the playoffs for the second straight year. So, who has to shoulder the blame? Cam Neely? Don Sweeney? Claude Julien? The players? I think all parties involved should the blame but to fire Julien is not the answer. Julien is one of the best coaches in the NHL. Firing him would be a mistake. If anything, Cam Neely should…

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Doc’s Daily Rants: Weekend Edition.

If Cam Neely and Don Sweeney were smart, they wouldn’t fire Claude Julien.  1. The Bruins choked! PERIOD! Julien deserves blame, Neely deserves blame but more importantly, the players deserve blame. They are all at fault!  2. Firing Claude Julien is not the answer. Who is out there that is a better coach than Julien? Guy Boucher? Marc Crawford? Jacques Martin? Give me a break! Julien is a better coach…

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Fraud of the Day: De’Brickashaw Ferguson

  Former Jets left tackle De’Brickashaw Ferguson announced his retirement yesterday after a ten year career in the NFL. The 32 year old Ferguson claims he retired because he is no longer playing at the level that he is accustomed to. Right, I don’t buy it. I think he’s full of shit!  Ferguson is retiring because the Jets asked him to take a pay cut last week. It has nothing…

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Idiots of the Day: The Denver Broncos (For contemplating signing Johnny Flair)

I can’t believe the Broncos considered signing Johnny Flair as I like to call him. What the hell were they thinking? Is John Elway that desperate? If he is, then he should just sign Tim Tebow. At least he’s bigger, stronger, somewhat proven and a better person. Manziel is a boozebag, thug wannabe. I mean, don’t get me wrong. He could have been one of the Four Horsemen back in…

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Doc’s Daily Rants for April 8th 2016

The Bruins young fourth line came to play last night. 1. The Bruins responded in a big way last night with a 5-2 win over the Red Wings. The win catapult the Bruins into the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference. The B’s are in. They just need to take care of business versus the Sens tomorrow afternoon. 2. How about the Bruins youthful fourth line last night?…

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I’m Just Sayin: If ESPN Had Any Stones, They Would Fire Bomani Jones!

If ESPN had any stones and that’s highly debatable, they would fire media personalty Bomani Jones for the T-Shirt he wore on set yesterday. I don’t care what the meaning behind the shirt is. You don’t wear something that offensive on live television. Now I know some people are going to think I’m being a hypocrite because sports teams like the Indians, Redskins and others use the likeness of Native…

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Doc’s Daily Blurb: When the Bell Rang, the Bruins Answered the Call. 

The Bruins stepped it up when it mattered most last night in a 5-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings at the Garden. After a lackluster performance against the Hurricanes on Tuesday night and with their playoff hopes hanging in the balance, the B’s stepped it up last night and got two big points.  With Philly losing to the Leafs last night, the Bruins are now in sole possession of…

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2016 NFL Draft: Paxton Lynch Impresses Scouts With a Solid Workout.

Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch reminded scouts and general managers alike why they were all drooling over him last season. Lynch put on a show yesterday in his pro day. The 6-6 1/2 244 pound Lynch completed 57 of 69 passes on a windy, blustery day. Lynch was especially impressive on his deep ball connecting several times on fade routes and deep crossing routes. He was also very impressive throwing on…

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