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    BSP 2016 Highlights:The NFL

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    What makes a great sports year? Do we define a sports year when the unthinkable becomes reality? When we say goodbye to greatness? Do we define the world of sports with the motto “anything could happen”? As we turn the page on 2016 in to 2017, the contributors of Back Sports Page look back at the year that was 2016 with their highlights and memories. Today we start with the NFL:

  • Players React to Ryan Rumors in Buffalo


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    Players React to Ryan Rumors in Buffalo

    Rex On The Hot Seat!!

    Author Bill Keagle

    Going into Week 16, the Buffalo Bills have a small chance of making the playoffs. Although not mathematically eliminated, it hasn’t stopped the rumors swirling about the future of the Head Coach Rex Ryan. Ownership hasn’t come out and said one way or another but players have voiced their opinions on the rumors:

  • Giants-Lions Post Game Reaction


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    Giants-Lions Post Game Reaction

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    Author Randy Zellea

    We have post game reaction from the Giants 17-6 win over the Lions. We have comments from Coach McAdoo, Victor Cruz, Eli Manning, Jonathan Cassilias, Landon Collins, Leon Hall, DRC, Damien Harrison, Justin Pugh from the Giants.

    We also have comments from Matthew Stafford Coach Caldwell, Golden Tate, Zach Zenner, and Glover Quinn from the lions discussing the loss.

  • Big Blue Report: Taming the Lions


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    Big Blue Report: Taming the Lions

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    Author Randy Zellea

    Looking Back Against the Cowboys:

    The fans of the Giants understood why Jerry Reese put as much attention in the defenses during the offseason as he did. The defense forced three turnovers and held the Cowboys to seven points. Giants Head Coach Ben McAdoo was happy with the team’s effort: “What we did well, tremendous effort by the defense all night. We stayed in the moment the entire 60 minutes of the ball game. I really thought we put our foot down in the second half of the game. We tackled fundamentally sound. We held the offense to seven points, minimized explosive gains and forced turnovers. What we need to work on, we need to keep them under 100 yards rushing and keep them out of field goal range at the end of the first half.”

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Players React to Ryan Rumors in Buffalo

Written by Bill Keagle on Wednesday, 21 December 2016. Posted in Football

Rex On The Hot Seat!!

Players React to Ryan Rumors in Buffalo

Going into Week 16, the Buffalo Bills have a small chance of making the playoffs. Although not mathematically eliminated, it hasn’t stopped the rumors swirling about the future of the Head Coach Rex Ryan. Ownership hasn’t come out and said one way or another but players have voiced their opinions on the rumors:

Marcel Darius

Q: With all these questions about Rex’s future, do you hope ownership will maybe take your opinion into account when it comes to major decisions of that magnitude?

A: Really when it comes down to that, I have no result. I really don’t think my opinion matters that much. Like I said last time, shoot, we’re all on the chopping block. Nobody’s job is safe. We just go out there doing the best we can and we’re going to continue to do that.

LeSean McCoy

Q: The owners seem to talk to the players a lot here at the end of the year. Are you hoping that before there is any decision made on the coaching and the coaching staff that maybe you’re a part of a voice that maybe could be heard?

A: I think that the first thing, is just the task at hand. Just going out here and getting this win Sunday and the next week after that. I think that the big stuff will happen as far as what we are going to do. The hardest part of this game is the unknown. Not knowing what will happen. The only thing that you can control is just to win games. But just knowing the type of staff that we have here and the ownership, I’m sure that they’ll look for advice, but at the end of the day they have the last opinion. That’s what really matters.

Tyrod Taylor

Q: The ownership has seemed to lean on the opinions of some of the players throughout the year. I know that the players talk a lot about how they’ve talked to the Pegula’s throughout the year. No matter how the coaching thing ends up at the end of the season, do you hope that the voices are heard from the players again?

A: Absolutely. We have a head coach that stands by his players, as well as a locker room that stands by the head coach, and hopefully the voices are definitely heard. Ultimately that’s not my decision. Like you said that comes from a decision that’s higher than us. But guys love playing for Rex (Ryan). He’s done a good job in the time that he’s been here. We just haven’t finished games, as players, the way we wanted to. I mean, we’ve got to deal with whatever comes but like I said, guys love playing for Rex. I love playing for Rex and love having him here.

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Bill Keagle

Bill Keagle

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Bill was born in Elmira, NY.  He served as an enlisted active duty soldier at Fort Bragg, NC and deployed to Baghdad, Iraq.  He currently resides in Buffalo, NY but is an avid New York Giants fan.  Bill mostly covers the NFL and NBA.
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