The linebacker position has been mostly overlooked in Philadelphia for the last few years. Despite the widely circulated — and completely false — rhetoric that you can win without spending at the position, the Eagles were fortunate to have a stellar cast of playmakers at their disposal in their Super Bowl-winning season. After neglecting the […]Read more "Positional Preview: Do the Eagles still need help at linebacker?"
Securing their first winning record in the NLL, the Philadelphia Wings are 2-1 this season after defeating the New York Riptide last week with a final score of 15-12. The Wings are currently on their first winning streak in the NLL as they come home to the Wells Fargo Center tonight for their home opener […]Read more "Premium Gouda: Philadelphia Wings vs Vancouver Warriors"
Tonight, the Flyers will conclude their post holiday road trip in Raleigh, NC where they will face the Carolina Hurricanes. Two points in a divisional matchup is a must for this team to stay in the playoff picture, but will they pull it off? The Hurricanes have a current home record of 12-8-0 so the […]Read more "Game Preview: Flyers Need to Rally in Raleigh"
Conference play in College Basketball is in full swing and this is where you see what your team is made of. Let’s take a look at what is going on with the College Basketball scene in Philadelphia. Temple: The Owls, led by 1st year coach Aaron Mckie, are 9-5 and they are currently 1-1 in […]Read more "Philly College Hoops Recap & Preview for the upcoming week"
Injuries on top of injuries are taking out the Flyers lineup one forward at a time. With two Phantoms joining the lineup tonight, the Flyers’ lineup has some new players, some old players, and is missing a lot of important players. On the road tonight in Winnipeg, the orange and black have their work cut […]Read more "Flyers vs Jets Game Preview: New Lineup, Who Dis?"
Yesterday, Alain Vigneault, on 97.5 The Fanatic, said: “we’re a playoff team,” when speaking about his Philadelphia Flyers. Any coach needs to have that fire and gumption to make it in the NHL. With the play of the Flyers in these past six games, it is easy to see where Vigneault’s declaration comes from. Tonight, […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs. Washington Capitals"
Finally, the Philadelphia Flyers will begin pounding the ice. It will be a feel-good season for the orange and black. More importantly, their proud orange-clad fans will have tons to cheer about. The words are coming out of my mouth from a famous singer Cece Peniston, “Finally it has happened to me right in front […]Read more "Lets Go Flyers: 2019-20 Season Preview And Predictions"
We are only 4 weeks into the College Football season and already have seen some great drama. Lets take a look at the local college football action for this week Temple: After pulling the upset over Maryland last week at Lincoln Financial Field, the Owls will go on the road to take on Buffalo. Temple […]Read more "Previewing week 4 of college football: Philadelphia edition"
While we all get ready to usher in the first full month of summer, we will also be welcoming in a new batch of agonising football-less months. To ease the pain, this new series will be taking a look at the Eagles’ NFC East opponents with true top and bottom line projections: full of arguable […]Read more "Know your Eagles enemy: Has Dak Prescott taken a step back after a blistering rookie year?"
During the Flyers bye week, the NHL announced the all-star teams. One name missing? Flyers Sean Couturier. Sean Couturier is having a career year. Entering yesterday’s game, Couturier had 23 goals and 19 assists. However, he was left off the all-star team. The NHL’s rules state that each team most have at least one representative. […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: No All-Star Game, no problem for Sean Couturier"