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Today on New York Sports 30 featuring Brian Sausa and two guests:
Jets & Giants: Who stays/who goes and why?
-How much is Woody Johnson to blame for Jets mess?
-What are the consequences of getting rid of Tom Coughlin?
-Is ODB the ROY?
Knicks: As tension builds in the locker room, what is rookie coach Derek Fisher to do?
-Do they change the failing and maligned system or stick with it?
-Should Melo sit for the remainder of the season with the ailing knee?
NFL News: Are the Browns making the right move in starting Johnny Manziel?
-Thoughts on the Carolina Panthers after Cam Newton's car accident. Sit down Cam for the season or bring him back if healthy?
Don't forget our weekly NFL Picks and our Clown of the Week!
All that and more #NYS30
Former NFL player and New York Giants' Bart Oates stops by to tell us about life both on and off the field and how he's dealing with his chronic pain.
And Ej got a chance to talk to New York Cosmos' Jimmy Maurer again about the upcoming season. You don't want to miss this interview!
This week on New York Sports 30 presented by H4TV and the Sports Journal:
Brian Sausa and Aaron Jacobs will discuss recent happenings around the New York sports landscape and beyond. That includes:
-Beating the dead horse that is the Knicks
-Melo Surgery & Recovery
-The Jets and their No. 6 overall pick
-Mets & Yankees Spring training
On tonight's edition of the Total Sports Live podcast, Jovan Alford will be joined by Angela Montoni of BuzzonBroad.com as they discuss the Philadelphia Eagles regular season finale against the New York Giants.
Topics they will discuss:
1. The Eagles secondary had another tough time against top tier wideouts as Nolan Carroll got the start instead of Bradley Fletcher.
2. Mark Sanchez was solid as a backup but do you want to see him return next season?
3. What should and will happen in the offseason for the Eagles?
To summarize what is coming up today on New York Sports 30 with H4TV's Brian Sausa and Aaron Jacobs:
-Super Bowl Keys to the game
-Our reaction to the situation with New England and their deflated balls. Is there any accountability for Deflategate?
-How do we feel about the Jets' new leadership & what should they do with the No. 6 overall pick?
-Who Ya Got? MVP Edition
-Would LBJ leave Cleveland again?
-Two in a Row: How many wins are too many for lowly Knicks?
Numbers of the Week, Man of the Week, Closing Argument
This week on New York Sports 30, we are joined by Jonathan Wagner, basketball writer for Hoops Habit and NYSportsDay.
With the Jets and Giants out of the playoff race, it's easy to tell change is on the way in both organizations. Who stays and who goes for Big Blue and Gang Green?
The Knicks are off to a dismal 3-10 start with the easiest schedule in the NBA. How bad is the situation on Broadway and how dissapointed should we be in the start to the new regime?
Don't forget our program's newest Clown(s) of the Week and NFL picks for Week 12.
Join David Aitken, Aaron Yorke and Fox Sports and Pro Football Focus fantasy contributor Dan Schneier as they recap a difficult season for the New York Giants and discuss the team's future. Was Steve Spagnuolo the right man to replace Perry Fewell? Who were the stars on offense and defense and where are the major needs? With the draft's 9th pick, where should the team be looking to bolster?
A week before Christmas, NYS30 is giving you a half hour of informative and insightful talk on all the happenings in NY sports. On this week's show:
NFL- Did Jets kill their shot at Marcus Mariota by winning in Week 15 and should they have lost?
-Did John Idzik already get a chance to pick his head coach?
-Why the Giants getting rid of Tom Coughlin could do more harm than good
CLOWN OF THE WEEK: Here's a hint: it involves the Chicago Bears
NBA- Does Rajon Rondo fit with the Knicks & should they pursue?
How much blame for the poor Knicks start falls on Carmelo Anthony's shoulders?
-What are the consequences of all these losses?
all that and more! #NYS30
This week on New York Sports 30:
NYS30 returns from Thanksgiving break with plenty of content for conversation. The Jets and Giants continue to flounder as we preside over the dead New York football season.
-Was Rex Ryan sticking it to John Idzik with his game plan on Monday night?
-How did Woody Johnson create the mess that currently is his football team?
-Will Tom Coughlin be able to survive this season after possibly the most brutal loss of his tenure?
-Is it time for Big Blue to clean house?
The Knicks and Nets were both off to dissapointing starts but Brooklyn may be leaving New York in the dust.
-After two straight wins including one over the Spurs, are the Nets on their way to the playoffs?
-What's the biggest problem facing Derek Fisher with his current Knicks team?
-Who is in a better position moving into the future, the Knicks or Nets?
We also go into a little hockey as the best sports team in New York is undoubtedly the New York Islanders. Don't forget the Clown of the Week award and Brian Sausa's NFL Picks of the Week!
In this Monday morning's LIVE broadcast we will be recapping Sundays bout with the Dallas Cowgirls. We'll take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly. What things were done right by coaches and players and what things weren't. We will also open up the lines for callers to join the debate and be heard. Also on the agenda, we are going to take a look ahead at the Jacksonville Jaguars and what threats they may or may not pose to the New York Giants, only on Giants2Giant!!!
New York Giants legend, Carl Banks, will be joining Anthony to talk New York Knicks basketball. Carl is one of the biggest Knicks fans in the world. Anthony will also be taking yout calls at 646-478-5554.
Mike Silva and Joe Buono discuss the NBA All-Star festivities in New York. They look at the league at the half-way mark, discuss basketball analytics, Jim Dolan's fan email, and examine who is better setup for the future: the Knicks or Nets. The Islanders and Rangers face-off at the Coliseum this coming week. Will they the Blueshirts break their skid against the Isles? How do you handle Valentine's Day and sports?