Reports are abound, and there’s about a million different scenarios on how the NHL will handle resuming play. Friday night, the NHL announced they’ve agreed with the NHLPA to move forward with negotiations about the league’s plan for a 24-team playoff tournament. While negotiations are in the preliminary stages, we still don’t know if the […]Read more "Why Playing out the NHL Regular Season Doesn’t Matter"
The Eagles’ search for a veteran running back is beginning to heat up. Pressure will now be building on Howie Roseman after it was announced that a former target of the team, Carlos Hyde, has signed a deal with the Seahawks. A recent report from ESPN suggested that the Eagles had interest in Hyde, Devonta […]Read more "Eagles lose Carlos Hyde sweepstakes as running back search narrows"
As we get closer and closer to a return to NBA action, the potential to finally see this year’s Sixers team go to work in the playoffs is becoming a reality. A squad that was built primarily around the idea of postseason success, everyone should be 100% healthy and ready to go should the season […]Read more "Could there be a few surprises in the Sixers’ playoff rotation?"
The roar of the Washington crowd on a cold December afternoon when Greg Ward Jr. caught his first ever NFL touchdown is something that won’t be forgotten in a hurry. The ultimate underdog story was complete. Ward Jr. has risen from the ashes again and a again, finally being rewarded with his first score in […]Read more "Despite a breakout, Greg Ward Jr. is fighting for his Eagles future again"
There’s often a debate around who the greatest of all time (G.O.A.T.) is in any sport. For many in basketball that is Michael Jordan. Some say LeBron, a few other names slip in occasionally but the difference usually depends on the criteria used. It’s difficult also to compare different positions, centers especially are difficult to […]Read more "Where do Wilt and Moses rank among Top 10 NBA Centers of all time?"
At this time of year, we’d usually be discussing OTA’s, what to expect, and the players to watch. With that temporarily on hold, I decided to highlight one underdog to watch at every position once a sense of normality resumes. Quarterback Jalen Hurts This is kind of cheating because all eyes will be on the […]Read more "Non-OTA preview: One Eagles underdog to watch at every position"
Another offseason is passing by and somehow Carson Wentz has found himself in the middle of a dogpile of criticism. How could this be? The franchise QB went on a run in the last four weeks of the season as he went 4-0 while throwing for 1,199 passing yards, 7 touchdowns, and no interceptions. He […]Read more "Making the case: Carson Wentz is an Elite QB"
The basketball community has been in a bit of a frenzy recently after Michael Jordan’s documentary: “The Last Dance” aired on ESPN. With everyone craving some NBA-related news, some promising information broke early Wednesday afternoon regarding the league’s potential return. Walt Disney World has been one of the most talked about locations in regards to […]Read more "RUMOR: Sixers to finish NBA season in Disney World?"
With the NBA season suspended, there are plenty of trade rumors, scenarios, & ideas going around to pass the time. Some seem to hold water while others might be a bit more questionable. In our new series, “Counteroffer,” we’ll take a look at some recent Sixers trade rumors, analyze them, and present a counter offer […]Read more "Counteroffer: Al Horford to Houston?"
With the NHL draft hoping to occur in about a month, it’s time to begin flashing back to the Flyers’ draft classes in the past two decades. In the latest installment of Philly Sports Network’s “where are they now” draft series, we take a look at the 2011 NHL draft. After getting swept in the 2011 […]Read more "Where are they Now – 2011 Flyers Draft Picks"