Eagles Offense may have finally found footing with Jalen Hurts at the Helm

Slated to face a fierce, veteran Saints defense in his first NFL start, expectations were modest at best for rookie quarterback Jalen Hurts. Entering into Sunday’s contest against Philly, the Saints’ defense had been incredibly stingy in all facets. The impressive unit was surrendering the fifth-fewest passing yards per game and second-fewest rushing yards per […]

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Five takeaways from Dave Dombrowski’s introductory press conference

Today, the Phillies officially made storied MLB executive Dave Dombrowski their first-ever President of Baseball Operations. Most recently with the Boston Red Sox, with whom he secured his second World Series title, Dombrowski has also famously spent time with the Montreal Expos, Florida Marlins, and Detroit Tigers. Having captured (at least) a league pennant with […]

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Phillies Front Office Can’t Get Out of Their Own Way

All winter, the Phillies have been marred by confusion and overall lack of direction from their so-called leadership. Since firing demoting ex-general manager Matt Klentak to some still largely unknown front office role, the Phillies seem to have more questions than answers.  Following a disappointing third-place NL East finish and their ninth consecutive season without a playoff […]

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Morey’s emphasis on analytics is paying early dividends for the Sixers

Heading into the offseason, the Sixers were seemingly on the verge of falling even further behind in the rising Eastern Conference. With the inflated, regrettable Al Horford contract handicapping their free agency plans, the Sixers would have been lucky to add more than a middling bench option- a far cry from the true playmakers they […]

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Why the Sixers probably can’t swing a trade for Zach LaVine anymore

This offseason has been an incredibly exciting, fruitful one for the Sixers thus far. After being plagued by mismanagement of talent and resources the last few years, the Sixers brought in future Hall of Fame coach Doc Rivers and 2018 NBA Executive of the Year Daryl Morey this winter, further cementing the franchise’s championship aspirations […]

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