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One on One's NFL Friday: Week 7

by Julian Atienza

Mack and Kenny, filling in for Mike Watts, give you their take on the big wins by the local New York teams last week. With challenging games coming up against the Washington Redskins and New England Patriots, the guys give you the keys for both the Giants and the Jets to prevail.  Jets beat reporter Joe Vitiello and Giants beat reporter Eric Mollo have their weekly reports with the latest scoop on each team.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 6

by Julian Atienza

With Mack and Mike on the road to call the Fordham-Cincinnati game, Kenny Ducey and Nick Logerfo take you through all the local football headlines. Eric Mollo and Joe Vitiello have thier weekly Giants and Jets reports, respectively. Listen as Kenny and Nick get heated and join in on the national debate that is Tim Tebow's role on the Jets.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 5

by Julian Atienza

Mack and Mike break down the Giants loss to the Eagles. Giants beat reporter Eric Mollo gives listeners the latest injury updates and sound from Big Blue.  Jets beat reporter Joe Vitiello has the latest on the circus that is Gang Green. Then Jets writer for the New York Post Mark Canizzaro joins the guys and gives his insight on what the team needs to do to turn it around.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 4

by Julian Atienza

Mack and Mack break down the Giants, Eagles matchup. Giants beat reporter Eric Mollo gives the latest news on Big Blue with his weekly Giants Report.  Then Joe Vitiello stops by with his Jets Report and the guys tell you what to expect when the 49ers come to town. In their general NFL segment, M&M go around the league and give their opinions on some of the teams that have gotten off to hot starts. Steve Semineri stops by with start' em and sit 'em advice in the Fantasy segment and sticks around for the weekly staff picks.

One-on-One's NFL Friday: Week 3

by Nick Logerfo

Mack and Mike talk about the Giants' dominace over the Carolina Panthers, and how they make a case for being one of the league's top teams. Giants' beat reporter Eric Mollo keeps fans updated on all things Giants' after their week win victory over the Panthers. Joe Vitello also stops by with the latest on the Jets and explains his predication for this week's game. The guys for once agree with Joe this week that the Jets will actually get a win against Miami.

One-on- One's NFL Friday: Week 1

by Julian Atienza, Nick Logerfo, Mack Rosenberg, Mike Watts

In a jam-packed first episode, Mack and Mike kickoff the season breaking down the Giants loss to the Cowboys on Wednesday night. Eric Mollo gives his weekly Giants report. Special guest Bob Papa joins the guys to give his take on the game and what Giants fans can look forward to this season.

Jets beat reporter Joe Vitiello gets Watts riled up, as the guys preview the Bills game on Sunday and everything else Jets. Steve Simineri stops by to give M&M and listerners sage Fantasy Football advice.

Jets and Giants Writers Debate

by Jake Kring-Schreifels, Alex Smith
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Jake Kring-Schreifels and Alex Smith were joined by Mike Sielski, The Wall Street Journal's Jets beat writer, and Paul Schwartz, the New York Post's Giants beat writer, for a firendly NY football debate. They talked about the developments in both camps, especially Tebow's wildcat and the bad bed situation in Albany.

The Surprise Benefactor from the Tebow Trade: Mark Sanchez

by Bobby Gubin
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While reporters from nearly every sports network have weighed in on the Tebow trade, few if any, have said the deal could benefit the Jets current starting quarterback, Mark Sanchez. Unlike much of the New York press, I do not doubt Sanchez’s self-confidence. This is a kid, who was taken with the 6th overall pick 3 years ago, after only one full year starting at USC. Simply put, he was that impressive.