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'Morning Coffee': NFL Schedule Release, Daily Dose Of Tebowmania

Welcome to your Tuesday morning edition of SB Nation New York's 'Morning Coffee,' your sports wakeup call.

NFL Schedule Release Tuesday Night

I know people are starved for NFL news, and the release of the full regular-season schedule is noteworthy. But, a three hours of coverage on NFL.com and the NFL Network? What's crazy, to me, is that I know some of you will watch every second of it.

SB Nation Video Of The Day

This one was created shortly after Tim Tebow was traded to the New York Jets, but we have not shown it here yet.

Tim Tebow: Welcome to the New York Jets! (via sbnation)

Quote Of The Day

''Of course, Mark's the starter. There's no question about it. That's how we look at it, but we know that Tim can help us, too. There's no doubt. ... Mark is our starting quarterback. We've said that. We understand Tim is a backup quarterback, but we also recognize the fact that this guy's an excellent football player and we're going to use his abilities.'' -- Jets coach Rex Ryan on Monday

NHL Playoffs

The New York Rangers got a third-period goal from Brian Boyle and held on for a 1-0 victory over the Ottawa Senators Monday. The Rangers now lead the best-of-seven 2012 NHL Playoffs opening round series, 2-1. [See Blueshirt Banter for more coverage]

The New Jersey Devils try for their own 2-1 advantage Tuesday night in their series with the Florida Panthers. [See In Lou We Trust for more coverage]

SB Nation New York's AJ Manderichio says these playoffs have often crossed the line from physical to dirty, and that is not a good thing for the NHL.

Baseball

Wait a minute, aren't the New York Mets supposed to stink? The Mets (7-3) continued their strong start on Monday with a 6-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves.

As for the New York Yankees, they lost to the Minnesota Twins on Monday by a 7-3 score. While Yankees starter Freddy Garcia was getting knocked around for the second straight game, former Yankee Carl Pavano was pitching seven solid innings to earn the victory for Minnesota.