Doc Rivers is coming to Philadelphia After a slew of rumors and rapid meetings, the inevitable has finally become official. Doc Rivers will be joining the Philadelphia 76ers as their newest head coach. Once it was announced that the team would be parting ways with longtime coach Brett Brown, Tyronn Lue quickly emerged as the […]Read more "Instant analysis: What new Head Coach Doc Rivers brings to the Sixers"
The Eagles are in a very sticky situation when it comes to their outlook at WR this weekend. After yesterday’s injury report listed 26% of the players from the 53-man roster, things have taken an even bigger turn for the worse. Greg Ward Jr is the only receiver from the team’s active roster practicing today. […]Read more "Five wide receivers the Eagles could be forced to lean on this weekend"
After missing an entire regular season and postseason, Nolan Patrick will play center in Whitey’s World Scrimmage today at 1:10pm CT. His migraine condition eliminated him from playing hockey in 2019-2020, but could this be the initial sign that Patrick is on his road back? Whitey’s world is a project hosted by former Lehigh Valley […]Read more "Nolan Patrick set to play in a scrimmage as he begins hockey comeback"
The NHL Draft is rapidly approaching and speculation is snowballing. The Philadelphia Flyers are coming off of a postseason heartbreak and will be looking to add some speed and sniping to their long-term plans. Currently picking 23rd in the Draft, there are several players that could entice the Flyers to climb the board – none […]Read more "Should the Flyers explore trading with the Jets to move up in the Draft"
Do we have to go over the last game? No? Great, thanks. The Eagles now head west to face the 2-1 San Francisco 49ers. Before we dive into the chaos, let’s take a look at their 2019 ranks and offseason additions. 2019 Ranks: Yards per game: 381.1 (4th) Passing yards per game: 237.0 (13th) Rushing […]Read more "Know Your Eagles Enemy: The San Francisco 49ers"
The Phillies have missed the postseason for the ninth year in row. Despite boasting one of the highest payrolls in all of baseball, the Philadelphia Phillies have once again failed to reach the postseason. Even with a whopping eight NL teams qualifying during this year’s wonky COVID setup, the Phils found themselves falling short by […]Read more "LISTEN: End of the year Philadelphia Phillies rant"
The months leading up to the 2017 draft were some of the most exciting in modern Sixers history. It appeared as if the dark days of ‘The Process’ were finally coming to an end as the team looked to flip the switch into win-now mode. Joel Embiid had just come off of a rookie season […]Read more "Markelle Fultz has become the Sixers’ biggest ‘What-if’"
The Eagles are 0-2-1 and clearly falling apart at the seams. It’s all doom and gloom in the City of Brotherly Love right now, but are there any reasons for optimism as we approach the quarter-season mark? I did my best to find five. Malik Jackson’s balling out The Eagles were without the highest-paid nose […]Read more "Finding five positives from the Eagles season so far"
Maybe it’s too dramatic. Maybe the cinematic feel to all of it is just an Eagles fan’s hope that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. I mean, who would’ve thought that we would be here right now? No wins, two losses, and a tie but somehow were still only a game back […]Read more "Carson Wentz and Alshon Jeffery need each other now more than ever"
The Eagles kicked off their Tuesday morning by living up to the ‘Bad things happen in Philadelphia’ brand. First-round selection Jalen Reagor was placed on the IR list, which is usually an expected occurrence. The difference is that Reagor was injured over a week ago. Through two games, Reagor had 96 receiving yards on 5 […]Read more "Eagles confusingly send Jalen Reagor to IR one week after injury"