98.7 FM ESPN New York: Dave Rothenberg
Dave Rothenberg: 11/5/15
Who's on 98.7's own Mount Rushmore?; Football Frenzy makes its triumphant return!
Ruocco & Rothenberg: 10/20/15
The Giants fell on Monday Night Football, and Dave isn't happy. Can the Mets cheer him up tonight?
Dave Rothenberg: 9/26/15
Dave is very excited about the Mets, optimistic about the Giants and happy for Jets fans!
Dave Rothenberg: 9/25/15
A day after the Giants' victory, Dave is much more relaxed; If you could ask the pope for a sports miracle, what would it be?
Dave Rothenberg: 9/24/15
Dave tries to keep his cool as the Giants enter a must-win situation vs the Redskins.
Dave Rothenberg: 9/19/15
Dave is very happy with the Mets Friday Night Victory, plus a week 2 preview.
Anthony Donahue: 9/17/15
The SNY host discusses the upcoming season and a great event benefiting the Hope & Heroes Children's Cancer Foundation this coming weekend!
Dave Rothenberg: 9/17/15
The Mets can solidify their playoff odds and ruin the Yankees' chances at the same time? Dave likes it!
Dave Rothenberg: 9/14/15
Dave Rothenberg is upset; not just with the fact that the Giants lost to the Cowboys, but how it happened!
Dave Rothenberg: 9/11/15
Before we look ahead to Week 1 NFL action and make our picks, a reflection on how sports brought us together after the tragedy of 9/11.
Dave Rothenberg: 9/10/15
Meaningful football is back as of tonight and Dave Rothenberg couldn't be happier!
Dave Rothenberg: 9/8/15
Rothenberg returns to nights! If Matt Harvey lets the Mets down, New York will get over it; Dave has some ground rules that even the kids will have to adhere to!
Mark Dominik: 9/8/15
The former Bucs GM's team was among the first to be taped by the Patriots -- what does he think about the info from the OTL report?
Dave Rothenberg: 9/24/14
Hahn & Humpty: If Mother Nature doesn't cooperate, Wednesday's loss to the Orioles could be Derek Jeter's last game at Yankee Stadium. With his career ending, which active athlete best exemplifies what Jeter is all about?
Dave Rothenberg: 9/23/14
The Jets lost another game due to their own mistakes on Monday night. Is it time to start seeing more Michael Vick under center?
Jerome Bettis: 9/23/14
The Bus says the Jets are asking Geno Smith to do too much with too little and they should repeat what they did with Mark Sanchez: Implement to the "Ground & Pound" philosophy.
Dave Rothenberg: 9/16/14
Hahn & Humpty: The NFL is under fire but nothing will change unless profits are affected -- and Masahiro Tanaka will start Sunday for the Yankees but Alan is worried about the negative effects.
Dave Rothenberg: 9/15/14
Alan Hahn and Rick Dipietro talk about the Jets tough loss and get into a battle of what happen at the end of the half. Also some more Ask us Anything!
Dave Rothenberg: 9/12/14
Alan & Rick react to the NFL & NFLPA's apparent agreement on a new drug policy with Rick's unique perspective on the process. Plus -- A "Ricky Rozay" appearance and a "Hey Girl" take us into Week 2 action!
Dave Rothenberg: 9/11/14
With credibility shrinking by the minute, is there reason to trust the NFL's independent investigation?
Dave Rothenberg: 9/10/14
The credibility of the NFL is crumbling more and more with each passing day, but there is at least one feel-good story in the league.
Dave Rothenberg: 9/9/14
Roger Goodell's nightmarish offseason has extended to the regular season. Plus -- why the Giants' struggles aren't all Eli's fault.
Dave Rothenberg: 9/8/14
Alan Hahn and Rick Dipietro talk about the video of Ray Rice hitting his wife, there experience at the Jets game and Rick says sorry for some bad NFL picks
Dave Rothenberg: 9/5/14
Alan Hahn & Rick DiPietro go down the schedules for the Jets and Giants and come to the conclusion that a Wild Card berth may not be enough for either team. Is Week 1 too early for a "must-win" game?
Greg Buttle: 9/5/14
Greg Buttle reunites with Alan Hahn & Rick DiPietro and disagrees with their notion that Week 1 against the Raiders is a must-win game for the Jets
Bill Polian: 9/5/14
The great former NFL GM talks with Alan Hahn & Rick DiPietro about the importance of great cornerbacks in Rex Ryan's defense, the future for Mo Wilkerson, and says that while it's hard for fans, teams must be patient with young quarterbacks.
Dave Rothenberg: 9/4/14
Alan Hahn & Rick DiPietro lament the fact that the Jets have not had a true franchise QB since the days of Broadway Joe, while teams like the Packers have been blessed with multiple great signal callers.
Dave Rothenberg: 9/3/14
With less than 24 hours to go until the 2014 NFL season kicks off, anticipation has never been higher. After an embarrassing offseason for the league, should it be?
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