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One on One's NFL Friday Week 16

by Patrick Burns

WFUV Sports

On this week's edition of One on One's NFL Friday, Kenny Ducey and Nick Logerfo broke down all of the action from around the league. They began with Thursday Night Football and the playoff picture, before delving in to the Jets and Giants with help from the teams' beat reporters.

Kristian O'Hara stopped by to offer some fantasy advice for teams in their leagues' championships, then stuck around as the staff made their weekly picks. To listen, click the link below or download on iTunes.

For the Jets, the Pressure’s On

by Kelly Kultys

Flickr : Creative Commons

Let’s be honest. Calvin Johnson is the best wide receiver in the game. He’s got the height (6’5), the speed (runs 4.35 40-yard dash), and of course his insane numbers in the NFL (68 TDs, 9,657 yards in 7+ seasons) that prove he is the best. Week in and week out we see him make spectacular catches in double, triple coverage that would be unimaginable for anyone else. Even Rex Ryan, the coach who adores the “island” corner or man-to-man press coverage on the outside knows that isn’t possible against this Lion.

First Game, First Takes

by Kelly Kultys

Kelly Kultys : WFUV Sports 

Let the controversy begin.
 
Yes it's the first preseason game. Yes their best scoring drive came against the second team defense. Yes it means absolutely nothing to the schedule. But right now, Geno Smith feels a bit like Mark Sanchez. 
 

Previewing a Riveting Week 17 with ESPN's Ryan Ruocco

by Kenny Ducey

Daniel Hartwig/Flickr

Ryan Ruocco (@RyanRuocco), host of YES's This Week in Football, National NFL Broadcaster on ESPN Radio, and WFUV Alumn joined One on One Saturday to preview some of Week 17's big matchups. He told us who he thinks will fill the final Wild Card spot in the AFC, plus who the most dangerous NFC team is. Additionally, we chatted about whether or not Rex Ryan should be fired, and what the Giants must do in the offseason.

Fireman Ed Leaves His Legacy

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

flickr/ soulsick

By: Tom DiSalvo

Famous New York Jets icon Fireman Ed announced he would be leaving his role as the team’s unofficial mascot on Sunday. Ed Anzalone has been a driving force for the Jets fan base since 1975, and his departure this Sunday was unforeseen. Hanging up the helmet midway through the 2012 season after close to thirty seven years of fanhood seems a little harsh, but Fireman Ed has a good reason. Or does he?

Mark Cannizzaro Talks Jets Turmoil

by Mike Watts

Flickr / James Gaddis

By Chris Marasco

Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post joined Kenny Ducey and myself to talk about the Jets struggles this season.  Mark gave his insight on different topics ranging from Mark Sanchez to Tim Tebow to the future of the Jets coaching staff.