Thursday afternoon’s midweek press conference with Philadelphia Union head coach Jim Curtin revealed little about Sporting Director Earnie Stewart’s ongoing negotiations with the USSF. However, Curtin revealed how his team have prepared for a crucial rivalry match against New York Red Bulls on Saturday night. Plus, two Union midfielders have become good friends on and off the pitch. Read more.Read more "“Philly vs. New York is a real thing.” Jim Curtin and Union focused on Red Bulls despite Earnie Stewart, USSF talks"
Competition breeds excellence, or so they say. For Doug Pederson, that statement is much more than just a slogan. It’s something that has been deeply embedded into his team’s DNA over the last few years. From OTA’s to Training Camp, the Eagles Head Coach has instilled a gritty, ‘iron sharpens iron’ culture that ensures every […]Read more "With a secondary shakeup on the line, OTA’s will be crucial for Eagles cornerbacks"
The Eagles shockingly parted ways with Mychal Kendricks today in a move that while many would deem ‘a long time coming’ still found a way to splinter a very stable offseason. Within the space of 24 hours, the Eagles lost Paul Worrilow to a torn ACL and parted ways with a resurgent six-year starter. But […]Read more "Do the Eagles need to go out of their way to find a replacement for Mychal Kendricks?"
The Philadelphia Eagles kick and punt return game has been quite the conundrum since the turn of the decade. Gone are the days of Brian Westbrook and Desean Jackson winning games in walk-off fashion with their remarkable return skills. Lackluster names such as Reno Mahe, Quintin Demps, Brandon Boykin and as of recently Kenjon Barner, […]Read more "Eagles will look to rejuvenate the return game in 2018, but who will lead the charge?"
The Sixers fought back in a way that only a Philadelphia could last night, avoiding a sweep against the Boston Celtics in an impressive 103-92 home win. While the continued efficiency from Dario Saric and Joel Embiid will be heralded, there is one player and one decision that deserves special recognition. Before the game, Brett […]Read more "T.J McConnell relit a dying fire for the Sixers in game 4 and it now burns brighter than ever"
Tyler Zulli is back behind the microphone to break down all things Eagles, Sixers and even a little bit of Marvel in this week’s ‘Trust The Podcast.’ SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW ON ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/trust-the-podcast/id1341354039?mt=2 Liam JenkinsLiam is a 22 year old sports journalist and die hard Philadelphia sports fan from the UK and founder of […]Read more "Trust The Podcast EP 9: Super Draft, Superheroes and Super Sixers?"
After giving up the games first goal and falling behind 2-1, the Flyers came back with fiery and fire and defeated the Hurricanes 4-3. The Flyers got contributions from multiple players tonight. They were led by Shayne Gostisbehere and Sean Couturier, who both had 2-point nights. The Flyers also got goals from Michael Raffl, Ivan Provorov, […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: The magic number is down to 1"
Welcome back everyone! We weren’t able to push out a round table piece last week due to some unforeseen circumstances but we are back! We can’t wait for you to read what Tim and I have cooked up this week. Enjoy! What is your opinion of Brett Brown keeping Ben Simmons off the floor […]Read more "Sixers roundtable: Polarizing figures, playoff decisions and late-game lineups"
Welcome to the first installment of “Making A Case”! Each week, until the beginning of Training Camp, I will be making a case for the Philadelphia Eagles to sign a current NFL free agent that fits a position of need. As we have seen recently, Howie Roseman is not shy of dipping his feet in […]Read more "Making The Case: Should the Eagles target free agent Safety Eric Reid?"
After starting the season slow, Dave Hakstol moved Travis Konecny to the top line to see if that would jump start his season. Well, that move by Dave Hakstol has paid off in numbers for the Flyers. Konecny scored two more goals tonight to help lead the Flyers to a much needed win. His first […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: No ‘sophomore slump’ for Travis Konecny"