The Giants were a losing team without their star wide receiver and they have been a losing team with him
Prior to the Giants’ crushing loss to the Panthers, I did the best thing I have done in a long time when it comes to the Giants: I gave up on Odell Beckham.
The Giants' season ended at home in a must-win game against their rival
There really wasn’t much to the game. The Giants were outplayed and dominated by a much better team and a team that should have never been only a 1-point favorite against such an inferior opponent.
Thanks to a down year for the NFC East, the Giants can stay in the division race with a win on Thursday Night Football
The best part about your team playing on Thursday Night Football is that you only have to wait four days between games. The worst part is that you then have to wait at least 10 days until the next game.
Aaron Boone's bullpen decisions, or lack thereof, let Game 3 get out of hand
Every aspect of the Yankees from the starting pitching to the bullpen to the offense to the defense to the manager was an embarrassment, and now as a result, the Yankees are facing elimination.
An email exchange with Michael Hurley of CBS Boston to break down the ALDS
Everything is set up for the Yankees now in the ALDS, and if they screw it up, it will be a complete letdown. They have favorable matchups on the field and they have the Stadium crowd behind them.
The Giants gave away another winnable game and now their season is on the brink of being over
The game should have never come down to a 63-yard field goal to possibly destroy the Giants’ season. In typical Giants fashion, the Giants simply gave the game away, and the officials did their part as well.
Gary Sanchez quieted his critics and single-handedly won Game 2 for the Yankees
Gary Sanchez erased the last six-plus months by single-handedly winning Game 2 in Boston and the Yankees now have control of the ALDS with home-field advantage.
Despite losing Game 1 of the ALDS, the Yankees are still in a great position to take control of the series
The Yankees had more than enough chances to win Game 1 of the ALDS against the Red Sox, but weren’t able to completely climb out of the hole J.A. Happ put them in.
No one on either team has any connection to the teams' last postseason meeting, except for the fans
No one on either team has any connection to the worst collapse or greatest comeback, depending on how you look at it, in postseason history. No one but the fans.
After the 2004 ALCS, I can't handle another postseason loss to the Red Sox
For the last 14 years, I have prayed that the Yankees would never play the Red Sox in the postseason. If the Yankees win, they’re the Yankees and they should win, and if they lose, it’s the end of the world.