Adam Fier

I'm in college (Syracuse University) and I love sports. My teams are the Mets, Jets, Knicks, Rangers, SU Basketball and Notre Dame Football, while I also root for the football Giants and St. Johns basketball, but not as religiously as the other teams. As much as I love sports I love writing about the sports I watch, covering anything and everything from the Mets 2007 collapse to the Tiger Woods winning the US Open on one leg to the Jets trading for Brett Favre (naming some of the more recent stuff I've written about). I love making predictions despite the fact I'm often far more wrong than I am right. Living in New York City I've been the beneficiary of non stop, year round sports action, and going to school in Syracuse I was lucky enough to get some exposure to the world that is the NCAA. Read, comment, argue, put me down, call me crazy...that's why I write. Feel free to call me out on things I don't know and to correct me where it applies...it's the only way I'll become better at what I do... ...which is to unprofessionally write about sports during my free time. Does it get any better?

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  • 11:00 PM ET  11.24
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11/24/08 "It's up to you, New York, New York." Those lyrics from the Sinatra classic couldn't be more fitting for a city that has both if it's football teams controlling their own destiny as they move closer and closer towards postseason births. Yes, the New York Giants and New York Jets, the defending Super Bowl champs and the team with Brett Favre- are a combined 18-4 with Thanksgiving upon us, and have shown no signs of slowing down. In fact, since week 6, when the Jets inexplicably lost on the road to Oakland, neither team has lost, with the Giants currently…
  • 05:29 PM ET  11.24
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11/24/08 Remember way back when, when Brett Favre was too old, too washed up, too prone to turnovers, and too attached to Green Bay to make a difference in New York? Remember all the critics who said that even with Brett Favre, the Jets were, at best, an 8-8 football team? Well, after only eleven games into his New York Jets career, Favre already has the Jets at eight wins, and certainly isn't showing his age. No, the 39 year old gunslinger is still firing rockets, still smiling, and still having fun like only Brett Favre can. Oh, and he's still winning football games. His…
  • 10:09 PM ET  11.22
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11/22/08 You have to give Stephon Marbury a lot of credit. Despite two trades made by President Donnie Walsh, neither of which he was a part of, Marbury found himself on the Knicks roster, in uniform and (shocker) making headlines. Following the trades of Jamal Crawford and Zach Randolph, coach Mike D'Antoni found himself with only eight healthy bodies, including Marbury, who had dressed only once during the team's first eleven games. If you choose to believe D'antoni's side of the story, Marbury was told prior to the game that he would have between 30 and 35 minutes…

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