After dropping their last four games on the road, the 76ers were really looking for a bounce-back win in Oklahoma on Friday night. However, due to poor offensive rhythm, a lack of aggressiveness, and an overall sloppiness, the Sixers failed to end their road losing streak. This time falling to the Thunder by a score […]Read more "Sixers lose their fifth-straight road game in disappointing fashion"
Eating crow comes with the territory, so my prediction was off regarding my earlier “Spying on the Saboteur” piece heading into this game against the Ottawa Senators. With the Philadelphia Flyers scoring the all-important first goal of the game, the momentum seemed to be in their corner. Contribution surfaced from unlikely sources during this game […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Senators Veto The Flyers"
The Lehigh Valley Phantoms fell victim to the Binghamton Devils Friday night, dropping a winnable contest 3-1. The Phantoms are now 6-4-1-4 15 games into the 2019-20 AHL regular season. Jean-Francois Berube got the start for Lehigh Valley, stopping 24 of 27 shots. Louis Domingue took to the net for the Devils. He faced the […]Read more "Down in the Valley: Devils Drop Phantoms 3-1"
A couple of days removed from playing the best team in the NHL closely, losing in a shootout, the Philadelphia Flyers are traveling to take on the Ottawa Senators. One observation of note is that the “TLC Line” of Travis Konecny, Oskar Lindblom, and Sean Couturier was contained by the Washington Capitals on Wednesday. Another […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at Ottawa Senators"
Liam Jenkins breaks down the signing of Jay Ajayi and what on earth could possibly be wrong with the Eagles medical staff ahead of the team’s clash with the Patriots. APPLEhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-outside-insider-podcast/id1120847683?mt=2 SPOTIFY FOLLOW US ON TWITTER:https://twitter.com/LiamJenkinsPSNhttps://twitter.com/philadelphiasnRead more "LISTEN: What does the Jay Ajayi signing mean for the Eagles?"
If you’ve read the title of and clicked on this piece, I know what you’re probably thinking by now. “There’s no way the Phillies shouldn’t pursue Cole. He’s the top starter on the market and our pitching stunk last year!” Truthfully, the Phillies pitching staff was severely underwhelming last season. The unit recorded an abysmal […]Read more "Making the Case Against the Phillies Pursuing SP Gerrit Cole"
Has a team ever been as banged up as the Eagles after a BYE WEEK?! Although the injury report has gotten smaller, it seems as though the Eagles are still working through injuries both old and new. Alshon Jeffery missed practice Wednesday and Thursday due to an ankle injury and looks to be out Sunday. […]Read more "How Jay Ajayi will help Eagles get back to 2017 backfield blueprint"
Much of the focus when speaking with players after Wednesday’s game was focused on the first period starting slow and the recovery in the second period. The Philadelphia Flyers battled back against the Washington Capitals, but Brendan Leipsic’s early goal proved to be enough of a fight. In the first period, the Flyers shot production […]Read more "Slow Starts are Quicksand for the Flyers"
A total of 25 Eagles players suffered an injury of some kind last year, prompting the team to shuffle their medical staff. But the more things change, the more they stay the same. It was announced today that veteran RB Darren Sproles will miss the remainder of the season with a quadricep injury and this […]Read more "Darren Sproles’ season-ending injury raises worrying questions for Eagles"
After a crushing loss to the Orlando Magic, the Sixers will try to get back in the win collum against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder have gone through a near-complete roster makeover this offseason, trading away both Paul George and Russell Westbrook. Coming back to the Thunder are second-year phenom Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and generational […]Read more "Sixers Look to Bounce Back Against Thunder"