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Brooklyn vs New York Live

Whether it’s Giants vs. Eagles or the Statue of Liberty and the Liberty Bell, New York City and Philadelphia are two cities famous for being at odds with one another.

Putting these cultural and historic differences aside, however, and you’ll find common ground between the Mid-Atlantic’s biggest cities: Both metros are known as top locations for prospective MBAs looking to earn an advanced business degree full-time.

Like the cities themselves, the full-time MBA offerings in New York and Philly have their differences and similarities. We’ll take a look a handful of top programs in both metros and breakdown how the programs and cities compare to each other.

 

Location

New York is, in a word, immense. Easily the most bustling city in the country, NYC is also the capital of the business world. More Fortune 500 companies are headquartered here than in any other city. The Big Apple is not only home to Wall Street and the world’s largest financial institutions, but also massive media, marketing, and advertising companies. However, New York is an enormous city and expensive to live in, so it may not be for everyone.

Located about 100 miles south on I-95, Philadelphia has a reputation of being the gritty younger sibling of New York. Affectionately known as the City of Brotherly Love, Philly is a big city with a smaller town feel, though many of the city’s business operate in the bustling Center City district. In South Philadelphia, the Navy Yard has also developed in a thriving business center, housing companies like URBN and GlaxoSmithKline. Philly is smaller than New York, more car and commuter friendly, and has a more affordable of living.

New York Full-Time MBA Programs

As the “World’s Business Capital,” New York is home to top finance programs, concentrations, and specializations. Full-time MBA programs in New York City include:

  • Stern School of Business – New York University
  • Gabelli School of Business – Fordham University
  • Columbia Business School
  • Zicklin School of Business – Baruch College

The NYU Stern School of Business curriculum gives students plenty of flexibility, allowing MBAs to choose up to three specializations from more than 25 options. Each specialization requires three to five courses to complete. Students can also earn credits by participating in the curiously titled Stern’s Doing Business In… (DBi) programs—intensive study abroad experiences offered between semesters.

The Fordham University Gabelli School of Business MBA curriculum was redesigned in 2014 to better meet the needs and expectations of the current job market. The streamlined 60-credit full-time program takes two years to complete and follows a cohort structure.

Redskins vs Chiefs Live

The Washington Redskins face the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday, Oct. 2 for Monday Night Football in NFL Week 4. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

It’s been about as perfect of a start as you could ask from the Kansas City Chiefs to this point. They enter Week 4 of the 2017 NFL season undefeated and looking thoroughly tough to stifle on either side of the ball. However, the Washington Redskins will be tasked with attempting to stop them on Monday Night Football from Arrowhead Stadium.

There have been plenty of surprising elements for the Chiefs so far this season. Alex Smith taking a leap is certainly up there, but none have been bigger than rookie running back Kareem Hunt. The former Toledo star has been a revelation and appears an early runaway favorite for Offensive Rookie of the Year.

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For the Redskins, the season has been a bit of up and down to this point. However, Kirk Cousins and the offense seemed to hit their stride a week ago. Chris Thompson looks like a dangerous weapon out of the backfield, and the receivers may be coming along. If they can put it together, this team can be dangerous.

Monday Night Football, as always, will air on ESPN in Week 5. That means you can stream the game online using WatchESPN, which requires a cable or satellite subscription to log in. Another option is FuboTV, but you’ll need to sign up for a paid membership to the service.

Details for Monday’s game are below:

Date: Monday, Oct. 2
Start Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Location: Kansas City, MO
Venue: Arrowhead Stadium
TV Info: ESPN
Live Stream: WatchESPN, FuboTV

This matchup could be quite intriguing. While the Chiefs appear the better team, the Redskins are coming off a drubbing of Oakland last week in primetime. Could they do the same on the road in Kansas City? We shall surely find out.

Washington Redskins vs Kansas City Chiefs Live

The Washington Redskins picked up one of the most impressive wins in Week 3. Terrance Mitchell leads the Kansas City Chiefs with 18 tackles, Justin Houston has four sacks and Chris Jones has one interception. The Redskins aren’t much better against the Chiefs at home either, as they have a 1-8 record against Kansas City overall. Can they pull off a Week 4 upset? “We’ll [the tight ends] do blocking things and mix it in, while they’re just focusing on route-running”. Carolina rookie RB Christian McCaffrey has yet to make a big impact in the run game (25 carries for 73 yards), but he’s averaging 9.6 yards per catch on 18 receptions.

Washington also has a long list of injuries this week but few significant injuries that look to keep starters off the field Monday. Another important factor is if Jordan Reed can play this week.

The Kansas City Chiefs are set to return to “Monday Night Football” for the first time in three seasons. With the high-safety scheme that they run, they like to force plays to the inside to their athletic linebackers. Usually, they receive the ball on crossing patterns and more intermediate routes. Berry is now out for the rest of the year due to injury.

But also because Cousins’ backup, Colt McCoy, is not exactly in sync with the Redskins’ starting receiver corps, should he have to play.

Through three weeks, the Redskins defense ranks among the best in the 32-team National Football League statistically. This week they will face the same situation.

Kirk Cousins managed just 155 yards passing for Washington but did find Terrelle Pryor for a pair of touchdowns that kept them in it. Alex Smith continued lighting up the stat sheet for the Chiefs with 303 yards passing and a touchdown of his own early in the game. It will be a tough task to try to contain another high-powered offense. It’s even making quarterback Alex Smith look better than he actually is.

In Week 2 against the Philadelphia Eagles, Hunt carried the ball 13 times for 81 yards and two TDs.

What’s more is how great Washington’s defensive line performed against the Raiders offensive line. Continuing this pressure would be a key to victory. The team finished that season a disappointing 4-11.

Colts vs Seahawks Live

The Indianapolis Colts face the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday Night Football, Oct. 1 in NFL Week 4. Here is all the info you need to watch.

After a long, hard day of watching football, there’s nothing like sitting down and relaxing while watching even more football. Sunday Night Football is the unofficial end to the weekend, and in Week 4 it will feature a game between the home team Seattle Seahawks and their visitors for the night, the Indianapolis Colts.

Originally when this game as scheduled it was supposed to showcase two of the better young quarterbacks in the game as the Seahawks are led by the talented Russell Wilson and the Colts by Andrew Luck and his amazing football skills. With Luck still fighting his way back from offseason shoulder surgery, it will be a different young signal caller as Jacoby Brissett will start his third game for the 1-2 Colts.

Brissett was acquired at the end of the preseason from new England when the Colts realized that Scott Tolzien wasn’t going to give them enough of a chance to win. So far in two starts, Brissett has at least provided that chance as the Colts lost his first game in overtime, but won in Week 3. Heading to Century Link Field will be no picnic though as the young man will have to deal with a sensational fan base that makes it hard on any opponent.

The Seahawks, who are also 1-2, could surely use the help of those fans in this one. It’s been a slow start to say the least for a team that kicked the year off with Super Bowl aspirations. Of course, their two losses came at the hands of the Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans, so it’s not like there are any defeating losses. Even so, they will need this one to keep pace with the suddenly red hot Los Angeles Rams who are making some noise in the NFC West.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Date: Sunday, Oct. 1
Start Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Location: Seattle, WA
Stadium: Century Link Field
TV Info: NBC
Live Stream: NBC Sports Live, FuboTV

Even without Luck, it’s a battle of two exciting young quarterbacks. Both Wilson and Brissett can beat opponents with their arms and legs, and this should be a fun Sunday Night Football contest.

Raiders vs Broncos Live

The Oakland Raiders face the Denver Broncos on Sunday, Oct. 1 in NFL Week 4. Below is all the info you need to watch.

After playing great football and exciting fans throughout the first two weeks of the 2017 NFL Season, both the Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos came back down to earth in Week 3. Each went on the road with an unblemished 2-0 record, but were sent away licking their wounds in unexpected ways.

For Denver, a 10-point loss to the up-and-down Buffalo Bills was beyond unexpected. Making the matter even more dumbfounding was the fact they bottled up the Bills start running back LeSean McCoy, but couldn’t get a handle on quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

The Broncos also struggled on offense as quarterback Trevor Siemian followed up an MVP-type performance with one that resembled more of a player on the fringe of being benched. He will surely try and re-discover the magic he had in Week 2, while trying to put his poor play in Buffalo behind him.

Speaking of poor play, the entire Raiders offense is trying to forget theirs. They traveled to the Nation’s Capital to play the Washington Redskins on Sunday Night Football and were flat-out embarrassed. No player was immune to criticism from that performance, but most of the blame falls on quarterback Derek Carr and his top wide out Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper. Carr threw a couple of picks in this one — which is highly uncharacteristic for him — and the two top wide outs went missing.

It’s an AFC West showdown with each team vying for redemption. These two are always must-see TV and their desire to play better than last week makes it even more appealing. For anyone who can’t get it on television, check out NFL Sunday Ticket for streaming services or Game Pass for replays.

49ers vs Cardinals Live

The San Francisco 49ers travel to face the Arizona Cardinals in Week 4. Find information here on the 49ers-Cardinals game time, TV channel, live online streaming options, radio, announcers and more!

Welcome back for another week of San Francisco 49ers football! The 49ers travel to Glendale to face the Arizona Cardinals. The game time is 1:05 p.m. PT, and will air on FOX. The announcers in the booth will be Sam Rosen and David Diehl, and the sideline reporter will be Jen Hale. The 49ers are a 6.5-point underdog, according to our friends at Odds Shark.

The 49ers head into this game sitting at 0-3, and bringing up the rear in the NFC West. After a bad Week 1 loss at home to the Carolina Panthers, the 49ers lost at home to the Seattle Seahawks and on the road to the Los Angeles Rams by a combined five points. Losses count the same regardless, but it was nice to see the 49ers put up a serious fight in both games.

The Cardinals are 1-2 and tied with Seattle for second place in the division. It remains fairly wide open, and this is a must-win for the Cardinals. They can’t afford home divisional losses, and particularly one to the worst team in the division. If the 49ers can swing the upset in this one, it would certainly shake up the division to a certain degree.

The line on this game has varied, and I really much preferred when it was consistently at a touchdown. You can still find seven points at some sites, and that hook could prove valuable. I think we see a close game here that the 49ers can cover if they get their pass rush in order. If they can get even a modicum of production on offense, getting Carson Palmer under pressure will be the key. As such, I took the 49ers at +6.5 in the SuperContest.

The big issue for Arizona is their offensive line. They will be without guards Mike Iupati and Alex Boone, who have split time at left tackle this season. Neither will be available due to injury, and left tackle D.J. Humphries is a big question mark as well. If they are missing both starters on the left side, that will be a big opportunity for the 49ers pass rush.

We are currently awaiting word on running back Carlos Hyde. The team listed him as questionable with the hip injury he suffered last week. Kyle Shanahan said he will be a game-time decision, and I suspect we hear something this morning from Ian Rapoport or Adam Schefter. Whether he is active or not, I would expect a healthy dose of Matt Breida, and maybe some Raheem Mostert.

Giants vs Buccaneers Live

The New York Giants face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, Oct. 1 in NFL Week 4. All the info you need to watch is below.

Neither team had a great time in Week 3 as both the New York Giants and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers found themselves on the losing side of things. It’s an NFC matchup with two teams that had high expectations coming into the 2017 NFL Season.

For Tampa it was their first loss after opening the season up with a win in Week 2. They are now 1-1 after being forced to use Week 1 as a bye week due to Hurricane Irma. They hope to get back to the form they showed to start the season — rather than how they looked in their last outing when Minnesota Vikings backup quarterback Case Keenum threw for 369 yards on them.

 

New York on the other hand lost a close one to a divisional rival when Philadelphia Eagles rookie kicker Jake Elliott drilled a 61-yard field goal to win it. They fell to an abysmal 0-3 to start the season and are now becoming a hot topic of discussion as their owner is calling out receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. for his behavior during games — again. As odd as OBJ can be, he’s the one offensive player keeping this team relevant as quarterback Eli Manning and company were beyond pathetic with him out in Weeks 1 and 2.

Can the Giants get it going, or will the young Bucs team find themselves on the right side of .500 after a date with the G-Men? If you are unable to catch the action on television, check out NFL Sunday Ticket for streaming services or Game Pass for replays.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Date: Sunday, Oct. 1
Start time: 4:05 p.m. ET
Location: Tampa, FL
Stadium: Raymond James Stadium
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, FuboTV

This one is important for both sides, but it’s a must-win for the Giants. While a 1-2 start is bad, the Bucs can rebound from that. Should New York fall to 0-4 to start the season jobs could start to be on the line as they entered the season with Super Bowl aspirations.

Eagles vs Chargers Live

The Philadelphia Eagles face Los Angeles Chargers at the StubHub Center on Sunday, Oct. 1 in NFL Week 4. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

Heading into the fourth weekend of the 2017 NFL regular season, the Los Angeles Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles are in vastly different places. Not only are these two franchises on opposite coasts of the United States, but they are also far apart with how with their seasons have fared so far as well.

While the Eagles are enjoying first place in the NFC East, the Chargers are still trying to win their first game of the season. Many people around the NFL expected Los Angeles to take a huge step forward in 2017, however the ‘Bolts have yet to live up to that expectation. Needless to say, they aren’t winning over too many people in their new city.

 

This week four match-up is important for Philly, but it’s definitely a do-or-die scenario for Los Angeles.

Fans in local markets can expect this game to be shown on FOX, but for everyone else, you’ll need to head to your local sports bar or sign up for NFL Sunday Ticket. You can access NFL Sunday Ticket online or through the app using a paid subscription.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Date: Sunday, Oct. 1
Start Time: 4:05 p.m. ET
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Stadium: StubHub Center
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, FuboTV

Again, for all intents and purposes, this is a playoff game for Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon. Falling to 0-3 is already tough, but losing four in-a-row could be the nail in the coffin for their 2017 regular season. As for the Eagles, they could stay atop the NFC East early in the year with a big win.

Rams vs Cowboys Live

Both the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams have shown flashes of high-level play … and flashes of something decidedly worse than that. On Sunday, they’ll meet at AT&T Stadium in Arlington to try and prove they can be consistently strong. They’ll play at 1 p.m. ET on FOX (live streaming available via Fox Sports GO).

Dallas is coming off a strong win over the Arizona Cardinals, bookending their embarrassing loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 2 with wins. The other win was their 19-3 victory over the NFC East rival New York Giants in the season opener.

Dak Prescott has been solid in his second NFL season, completing 62.6 percent of his passes for 689 yards with five touchdowns and two interceptions. Ezekiel Elliott has struggled on the field as well as off the field, with 192 yards and one touchdown on the ground through three weeks of play.

The Rams are coming off the best game of the young season thus far, a 41-39 win over the NFC West rival San Francisco 49ers. That game saw the Rams jump out to an early lead, but saw an incredible comeback by the 49ers. Still, the Rams held on to get the win, and have scored 40-plus points in two of three games this season.

In the one game they didn’t, they lost to Washington in Week 2. They didn’t look like the young, promising team in that game like they did the other two weeks. They have a strong defensive front and a young offense on the shoulders of the improving Jared Goff.

Goff has completed 70.4 percent of his passes for 817 yards, five touchdowns and one interception. Todd Gurley has 63 carries for 241 yards and four touchdowns, a per-carry average of 3.8 yards.

Below you can find all you need to know to watch Sunday’s game as well as news, odds and predictions for the matchup.

How to Watch Rams vs. Cowboys

  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
  • TV: FOX
  • Streaming: Fox Sports GO
  • Odds: Dallas opened as eight-point favorites, though most lines adjusted throughout the week to have them around six-point favorites

Rams vs. Cowboys news:

  • The Rams could be healthier going into their Sunday matchup, with safety Lamarcus Joyner ruled out with a hamstring injury. The team also added fellow safety Cody Davis to the injury report and designated him as questionable, a worrying sign for an already depleted secondary.