Alshon Jeffery and the Eagles have had a turbulent relationship ever since his brilliant 2017 campaign. Playing the entire year with a torn rotator cuff, Jeffery helped bring a Lombardi Trophy to Philadelphia before the wheels started to fall off. But as much as Alshon has arguably failed the Eagles, the team are now returning […]Read more "Confusing decision to put Alshon Jeffery on IR has cost the Eagles dearly"
Maybe it’s too dramatic. Maybe the cinematic feel to all of it is just an Eagles fan’s hope that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. I mean, who would’ve thought that we would be here right now? No wins, two losses, and a tie but somehow were still only a game back […]Read more "Carson Wentz and Alshon Jeffery need each other now more than ever"
The 2020 NFL season is quickly approaching and hype is at an all-time high. For Philadelphia, this couldn’t be more true; with all the exciting new pieces on the roster, fans cannot wait to get a glimpse of the new-look Eagles in action. However, with all the publicity and pomp surrounding the new guys in […]Read more "Could Eagles fans witness a Nate Gerry breakout in 2020?"
“He’s a big part of our offense.” Doug Pederson didn’t have to add much else on the matter of Alshon Jeffery in his press conference on Tuesday morning. With that short phrase, many of the doubts surrounding Alshon’s place on the team seemed to wash away like sandcastles in a rising tide. With all the […]Read more "What exactly does the future hold for Alshon Jeffery?"
Day one of NFL free agency has come and gone and the Eagles remained relatively quiet; contrary to expectations and built up anticipation. After word circulating that GM Howie Roseman may be looking to “shake things up” this spring, Eagles fans will have to wait a bit longer to see what he had in mind. […]Read more "Free Agency Notebook: Eagles quiet on day one"
Heading into the last game of the regular season, it’s fair to say it has been an up and down year for rookie receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside. The lows have kept him off the field, while the highs have been tempered by inconsistency. His achievements this year, however minor, are overshadowed when stacked up against other […]Read more "Taking Stock of J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s Rookie Year"
There has been a logjam of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in recent years. After 20 candidates being elected in the past six years, that crowded list is clearing up. On Monday, the 2020 ballot was released. There are 18 new-comers to the ballot this year, including three former Phillies. Bobby Abreu, Cliff Lee, […]Read more "Odds for Former Phillies on 2020 Ballot"
Once upon a time, Seranthony Dominguez ran rampant on Major League hitters during his rookie season. His season was excellent, but it started out even stronger. In his first 16 IP, Seranthony didn’t allow a single run. He allowed all of 5 baserunners; 3 hits, 1 walk, and 1 hit by pitch. Add 17 strikeouts […]Read more "Seranthony Dominguez is Key to Phillies’ 2020 Bullpen Success"
Zach Eflin’s season has not been an easy one. From June 24th to July 27th, Eflin fell apart at the seams. His ERA inflated from 2.83 to 4.63 where it would peak for the season. During that 6-game time span, Eflin had an ERA of 10.46. Opposing batters had a .382 batting average and an […]Read more "Has Zach Eflin cemented himself into the Phillies’ 2020 rotation?"
The debate has been going on for about 2 weeks now. Should the Phillies try and re-sign Corey Dickerson? Several issues come up in this discussion. Firstly, the Phillies already have several outfielders under control. Andrew McCutchen, Jay Bruce, Bryce Harper, Adam Haseley, and partly Scott Kingery are all under control in 2020. There would […]Read more "Why Adam Haseley must be the Phillies’ starting CF next season"