Simply Not Our Year

Photo Credit: Journal Times The Philadelphia Eagles have been an interesting team to watch this season, to say the least. They started off the season 3-0 with wins against the Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears, and Pittsburgh Steelers led by the second overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft Carson Wentz out of North Dakota State. After the Eagles obliterated the Steelers 34-3 at home and … Continue reading Simply Not Our Year

Top 10 Philadelphia Eagles Plays so Far this Season

Photo Credit: Inside the Iggles The Philadelphia Eagles find themselves at 5-5 10 games into the season. With 6 games left to play and plenty of action and fun already had this season, here are the Eagles top 10 plays so far this season. 10) Wentz connects with J-Matt Week 1 Carson Wentz was named the opening day starter at Quarterback just a week before … Continue reading Top 10 Philadelphia Eagles Plays so Far this Season

Projected Phillies Opening Day Lineup

Photo Credit: The New York Times The 2017 MLB season doesn’t start for a while. Spring Training starts in February (Which is 4 months away). The period between seasons is known as the offseason, when general managers try to make trades, sign free agents, and release players from a season ago. No other team’s offseason will be as interesting to watch than the Philadelphia Phillies. … Continue reading Projected Phillies Opening Day Lineup

Every NFL Team’s Biggest Surprise and Disappointment this Season

Photo Credit: Cover32 (featured image), ESPN (team logos) We are now 10 weeks through the NFL season and each team has had all sorts of ups and downs. Lord knows that there have been plenty of surprising and disappointing players on every team. So here is every team’s most surprising, and disappointing player.   AFC AFC East  New England Patriots Surprising: Tight end Martellus Bennett … Continue reading Every NFL Team’s Biggest Surprise and Disappointment this Season

The Future of the Eagles

Photo Credit: Philly The Philadelphia Eagles went 7-9 last season under head coach Chip Kelly, even though a lot of analysts such as Mel Kiper and Adam Schefter predicted that the Eagles would win their first Super Bowl in franchise history. To say that they blew it is an understatement. Chip Kelly got rid of players like Desean Jackson, LeSean McCoy, Jeremy Maclin, and Nick … Continue reading The Future of the Eagles

The 50 Greatest Eagles of All Time

Photo Credit: Philly The Philadelphia Eagles are one of the oldest franchises in the NFL. So many key players have gone through this city and this franchise. In honor of that, here are the top 50 Eagles of all time. 50. WR Fred Barnett 1990-1995 Barnett racked up 4600 receiving yards and 28 receiving touchdowns as an Eagle. He is 8th on the Eagles all-time receiving list. Good … Continue reading The 50 Greatest Eagles of All Time

The Phuture

Photo Credit: CBS Sports While the MLB season isn’t quite over yet, the Philadelphia Phillies’ season is. Heading into the offseason, the Phillies have the 4th best farm system in baseball according to Bleacher Report. This is a team in rebuilding mode, so you probably won’t see them very active in the free agent market. You’ve seen a little bit of their young talent on display … Continue reading The Phuture

A Tribute To The Big Piece

Photo Credit: Philly.com As the regular season winds down, the Philadelphia Phillies are getting ready to watch the playoffs from home for a fifth straight year. They currently sit in 4th place in the National League East at 70-87, 22.0 games behind the Washington Nationals for first place. They also sit 13.0 games behind the San Francisco Giants for the second wild card spot. They … Continue reading A Tribute To The Big Piece

All Aboard The Wentz Wagon

Photo Credit: Washington Post There were so many questions surrounding the Philadelphia Eagles coming into Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Both the Eagles and Steelers came into the game with a 2-0 record, but no one gave the Eagles much of a chance. After all, there was a big difference between these two teams; one team had the league’s number one offensive unit led … Continue reading All Aboard The Wentz Wagon