Meet NY Giant Lawrence Taylor

NY Giant Lawrence Taylor hosts MNF at Victory Sports Bar in Meadowlands

Bored with the Hoboken bar scene? Want to step up your sports-viewing environment a bit? Head over to the new Victory Sports Bar and Club at the Meadowlands tonight. Owned by the same people who run Little Town NJ here in Hoboken, they have a special event tonight, as former NY Giant Lawrence Taylor will be on hand hosting a Monday Night Football “viewing party,” with the Philadelphia Eagles taking on the Indianapolis Colts.

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Lawrence Taylor Victory Sports Bar Meadowlands NJ September 15 2014

LT viewing party, and thousands of dollars up for grabs

Retired NY Giant Lawrence Taylor will host an Eagles vs Colts Monday Night football viewing party at Victory Sports Bar at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment.

Taylor, considered one of the best NFL players and ranked as the greatest defensive player in the league history, will be taking pictures and signing autographs for fans who arrive in the first half.

Fans can also sign up for the Free Play Sports Contest for the chance to win a weekly prize of $2,000 or the grand prize of $10,000. The Contest is played via mobile device, through the MRE Sports app which can be downloaded to any iPhone, iPad or Android device at iTunes or meadowlandsracetrack.com/sportsapp All picks must be entered in one of the following locations on premises: Victory Sports Bar, RaceWorld Teletheatre or the Player Rewards VIP Room.

Want more “Jints” action? Mark you calendars for September 29th, as NY Giants Mario Manningham, David Wilson (retired) and Rueben Randle will be on hand at Victory Sports Bar as the New England Patriots take on the Kansas City Chiefs.

If watching Lawrence Taylor sack QB’s half his size gets you amped up – here’s a video you can enjoy:

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Frankie
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Frankie

I loved LT back in the day, but he’s burnt out and washed up now. What is the point of seeing a shell of a former superstar? I don’t visit graves of sports idols, why see LT past his prime? What does he have to offer?

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