WOOD WAR XXVI

Who’s winning the battle of the front pages?

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Taking a cue from yesterday’s Post, the Daily News pares its cop-funeral treatment down to a plain, stark image. No intrusive, overexplaining subheads–or even headlines. It’s the tabloid equivalent of a moment of silence.

At first, the Post looks yappy by comparison. Until, that is, you notice they shut down the whole sports cover for the occasion.

Winner: New York Post

Overall standings: Daily News 14, New York Post 12

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