July 16, 2024

Unbelievable: New York Giants  QB said choosing New York Giants  was the biggest mistake he has ever made…..

The New York Giants may need help at the tight end position and one of the tight ends that will be drafted this year is Texas Longhorns Ja’Tavion Sanders. Sanders may not be a first-round pick but can be a second-round pick. He is the second-best tight end in this year’s draft class behind Brock Bowers of the Georgia Bulldogs.

PHILADELPHIA – It could have been the start of something big. Maybe it should have been. Crazy as it sounds, when Game 1 between the 76ers and New York Knicks tips off Saturday at Madison Square Garden, it will mark the first time the teams have faced each other in the playoffs in 35 years. And the final image of that series was the sort of moment from which blood feuds are born. Just not in this case. Doesn’t feel right, does it? Philly-New York is supposed to be a bitter rivalry, at least around here. Usually is. Eagles-Giants, Phillies-Mets, Flyers-Rangers – those games all matter a little more. For Sixers-Knicks, though, the timing was never right. When the Sixers were good, the Knicks weren’t. When the Knicks were good – and hey, it had been a while until Jalen Brunson showed up – the Sixers weren’t. In that context, it’s understandable that what happened on May 2, 1989, remains mostly a distant memory and isn’t considered the kind of anecdote that, if you mention it, immediately raises a Philly fan’s blood temperature to 212 degrees Fahrenheit.

 

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