The End of Eli Manning: Sal-ient Points

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By Sal Marinello

Sports are really something, don’t you think? About a month ago the Jets were garbage, Sucking for Sam and heading for an ‘oh-fer’ while the New York Football Giants (NYFG) were the darlings of the tri-state sport scene and picked by many to be a Super Bowl contender. Now as we sit here in NFL Week 6 the Jets are tied for first place in the AFC East and have the same record as the New England Patriots, Sam now Sucks, and the NYFG are imploding.

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High School and College Athletes Should Be Paid – Sal-ient Points

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By Sal Marinello

There’s been a movement afoot for years to get college athletes paid since the cat is out of the bag with regard for how much money colleges make on sports, combined with the reality that the concept of amateurism has long been dead.

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Rutgers Football: Not Ready For Primetime

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By Sal Marinello

Rutgers Football is not ready for Prime Time. Heck, the Scarlet Knights aren’t even Summer Replacement material.

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Mayweather-McGregor is for Suckers

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By Sal Marinello

The Hype Machine has been in overdrive all summer in anticipation for Saturday’s Floyd Mayweather, Jr-Conor McGregor ‘fight.’ The fact that people are apparently paying for this fight illustrates how much trouble we are in as a society.

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Sports Talk Hot Takes That Need to Go Away

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By Sal Marinello

The biggest problem with the all sports radio and 24-hours sports television programming is that it’s all sports, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, all year. Every year.

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The Giants Are Stuck With ‘Odell the Brat’

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By: Sal Marinello

Odell Beckham, Jr is the most dynamic and exciting player on the roster of the New York Football Giants but he is a brat, and they are stuck with him.

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It’s Time to Turn the Dial Away From WFAN

By: Sal Marinello

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WFAN, New York City’s iconic, first-of-its-kind, sports talk radio station has outlived its usefulness. Formerly the home of unique and dynamic talk-show personalities, the on-air talent at ‘the Fan,’ is dull and boring, and so are their shows. Regardless of the time slot.

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