As someone who has not played a lick of sports in almost 10 years, only watch college football on occasion due to my work schedule, this problem is very near and dear to my heart. Football is obviously not the only college sport that gets televised and racks in millions upon billions of revenue, the … More Should NCAA Players Get Paid?
What the Sixers saw in Markelle Fultz no one will understand. After last season ended the Sixers had some issues going forward. They knew what they had in Joel Embiid, and had an idea in what Ben Simmons brought to the table. They never really had a true franchise point guard. Simmons should not be … More Number One Pick is a Bust
Throughout the entire Super Bowl era, one would be hard pressed to find a more disrespected team than the 2017-2018 Eagles. This team has gone out and fought for everything they earned all year long, battling constant adversity. Personally I knew it was going to be an interesting national broadcast just by watching the pregame … More No One Likes Us and We Don’t Care
Finally, after years of pain and suffering, the Eagles can finally call themselves World Champions for the first time in 67 GOD DAMN YEARS. In probably the unlikeliest of seasons, this team got it done. Losing the starting left tackle, starting middle line backer, special teams ACE, offensive Swiss-Army knife in Darren Sproles, and our … More Super Bowl Champs!!!
The first half of the 2017-2018 Flyers season has been a wild one. Change is needed soon. This season has had it’s highs, and it’s lows. What team goes on a 10 game losing streak, and is still right in the wild card spot? Your Philadelphia Flyers. The biggest problem with this team is that … More Highs and Lows of the First Half
For the Eagles to come away Saturday with a win at home, there are several key matchups that the Eagles must win. Win in the Trenches The team that controls the line of scrimmage will control the game. As simple as that. The offensive line will have to keep Nicky Foles clean in the pocket … More Key Matchups to Watch
2-3 weeks ago, I would welcome this match up with open-arms because the inconsistencies of Matt Ryan and the average play of their defense made their team appear as a shell of what we saw last year in the postseason. The Falcons defense has been playing some really good football as of late, they held … More Eagles vs. Falcons Preview
TTP, aka Trust The Process has been a thing that us Sixers fans have been chanting for years. It’s now finally falling into place! If you told Sixers fans, 10 year ago, that the team would go through the dark ages of basketball for about 5 years, we would probably laugh at you. Well folks … More The Process is FINALLY Working
The Philadelphia Eagles are starting the new calendar year with their first playoff berth since 2013 and tied for the best record in the NFL. Yet, this team is still talked down upon and seem like a “one-and-done lock,” according to the “experts.” It is not difficult to see why, after the injury to Carson … More In Foles we Trust (Sort of….)
Yesterday, the day of the trade deadline, the Eagles shocked the NFL by swinging a trade to the Dolphins to acquire their star running back Mr. Jay Ajayi. The Eagles’ already own a top 5 rushing offense behind the running back by committee so why did the Eagles go out and get yet another decent … More The Curious Case of Jay Ajayi
A player that has been the scape-goat for the past several years and has been getting consistently shit on is Andrew Macdonald. Maconald has caught the ire of the Philadelphia fan base much like Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher did for the Eagles, Ruben Amaro for the Phillies, and every player for the Sixers for … More Get Well Soon Andrew Macdonald