After a deep breath arrived at the perfect time for the Philadelphia Eagles. Their bye week was not only snugly at the halfway stage of the season, but came at a vital time for an injury-ravaged team. Philadelphia was battered and bruised after eight games and with more questions being raised with each game that […]Read more "The bye week has been extremely kind to the Philadelphia Eagles"
Eagles fans are no stranger to times of trials and tribulations. Over the last decade, they have been exposed to the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. Philadelphia fans are often lauded for their quick-to-judge, quicker-to-react, rough-and-tumble approach to their sports teams. The truth of the matter is, from head-scratching decisions to underrated […]Read more "Is there a light at the end of the tunnel for a struggling Eagles team?"
After taking a look at the restricted free agents, it’s time to focus on some of the tougher decisions the Flyers will have to make. They have 10 unrestricted free agents to negotiate with and not a lot of cap space ($7M) at their disposal. Who should the Flyers bring back? Justin Braun The addition […]Read more "Stay or go? Evaluating the Flyers unrestricted free agents: Part 1"
The Flyers made their first move of the free agency period this week by re-signing RFA Nicholas Aube-Kubel to a new deal. The team now head into the offseason with around $8M in cap space, without looking at the contracts from the unrestricted pool of free agents they have to consider. There are several restricted […]Read more "Stay or go? Evaluating the Flyers restricted free agents"
Throughout the next few weeks, Chuck Fletcher will comb through the individual Philadelphia Flyers player contracts. Of the five Flyers unrestricted free agents before the 2020-2021 season, three players are on the hot seat in Philadelphia. Four of the five free agents are on a one-year lease with the Flyers organization. In releasing these three […]Read more "Three pending free agents the Flyers should release"
The Flyers saw their Stanley Cup dreams come to a heartbreaking end last week. This time one year ago, Chuck Fletcher was in a very different position, preparing to totally strip down his team and create a new beast. How does he feel after year one in a new era? He met with reporters virtually […]Read more "Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher has his eyes set on an important offseason"
As a number two overall pick, you hope for the kind of production and development that can turn a premier draft pick into a franchise superstar. Nolan Patrick was drafted second overall in the 2017 entry draft, playing 73 games in his rookie campaign. Additionally, he participated in six playoff games in the 2017-2018 season. […]Read more "Should the Flyers Invest in Nolan Patrick?"
It’s been absolutely incredible to see the Eagles players out in practice hitting and getting ready for a season that is creeping up closer to returning. Wentz found success early in day one of practice with Jalen Reagor and praised the rookie: I asked Carson Wentz about working with @jalenreagor 🔥🔥 “A lot of fun. […]Read more "Bold Predictions for Carson Wentz and his new weapons in 2020"
With training camp well underway, there’s plenty of hype surrounding this year’s draft class, but what about those drafted a little over one year ago? What should our expectations be for the players selected by the Eagles in 2019? Andre Dillard Dillard will enter his second season in the NFL as the team’s starting Left […]Read more "What should we expect from the Eagles 2019 draft class in 2020?"
Depth is the key ingredient to a championship recipe. If one player gets injured, the question becomes, “who is the next man up?” Against the Boston Bruins, Jeremy Lauzon’s questionable hit on Michael Raffl cost the Philadelphia Flyers. Raffl, who was the offensive player of the game, crashed into the boards as his legs swept […]Read more "Flyers’ Joel Farabee to make playoff debut against Capitals"