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(Video) Austin Howard of the New York Jets Talks Cooking at The Official Jets Cooking School

Austin Howard of the New York Jets talks about his cooking skills, his favorite Super Bowl snacks and appetizers, and more at The Official Jets Cooking School at the Institute of Culinary Education with Derrel Jazz Johnson of Razz and … Continue reading

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(Video) Rex Ryan Talks Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith, Jets Defense and More

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan speaks to the media after their win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in their second preseason game. Among the things discussed were the poor intensity of the defense to begin the game, the play … Continue reading

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(Video) Mark Sanchez Talks Interceptions, Competition with Geno Smith and More

New York Jets fifth-year quarterback Mark Sanchez talks about the interception he three in the second game of the preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, his poor decision at the end of the first half that resulted in no points, … Continue reading

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The Razz and Jazz Sports Blog NFL Power Rankings Week 6 by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

1. Green Bay Packers, 6-0. The Green Bay Packers are the defending Super Bowl Champions, and with the addition of players who were injured last year, like tight end Jermichael Finley, and the continued improvement of quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who … Continue reading

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The Razz and Jazz Sports Blog NFL Power Rankings Week 5 by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

1. Green Bay Packers, 5-0. The Green Bay Packers are the defending Super Bowl Champions, and with the addition of players who were injured last year, like tight end Jermichael Finley, and the continued improvement of quarterback Aaron Rodgers, they appear … Continue reading

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Oh What a Disappointing Sports Weekend by Marc “Razz” Rasbury

If you are a true New York sports fan, you probably returned to work this week feeling a little down.  Not only were our beloved New York Yankees bounced from the playoffs by the Detroit Tigers, but both the New … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: Are the New York Giants the Best Team in the NFC East?

After losing to the Washington Redskins 28-14 in the opening week of the National Football League season, the New York Giants have strung together three impressive victories, defeating the St Louis Rams 28-16, the Philadelphia Eagles 29-16, and the Arizona … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: Was Joe Namath Correct in His Jets Criticism?

  Former New York Jet and National Football League Hall of Famer Joe Namath was very critical of the New York Jets when asked about their performance against the Oakland Raiders Sunday on the air with Michael Kay on The … Continue reading

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Last Call at the Tiki Bar by KeiJuan “Keyez” Keitt

In 2006, Tiki Barber abruptly and somewhat prematurely retired from the National Football League (NFL), where he played for the New York Giants from 1997-2006 and was their featured running back.  He believed he was about to be catapulted into … Continue reading

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The Cruel Side of the NFL by Marc “Razz” Rasbury

The masses were overjoyed when the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) and the League came to terms on the new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) two weeks ago.  It seemed as if more people were more concerned about the National … Continue reading

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