You may be wondering why I have been quiet since the Philadelphia Eagles took down the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. I have taken the time to enjoy and relish the victory with my family and fellow Eagles fan without worrying about the next headline or the latest breaking story. Though, more importantly, I have gone out of my way to listen to … Continue reading What The Super Bowl Win Means to Philadelphia?
Serenading Santa Claus with boo’s when he visits the stadium. Cheering when the loudmouthed star of an opponent is carted off the field on a stretcher. Throwing batteries at our own starting quarterback. Every fan base has their “bad apples,” and us fans of the Philadelphia Eagles are well-aware that we have a few of them in our midst as well. After all, we’re the … Continue reading Super Bowl LII – “The Game Of Our Lives”
Imagine a story where a relatively non-descript backup quarterback comes off the bench to relieve the team’s $100-million quarterback, ends up becoming the talk of his football-crazy town after re-writing the record books with his performance on the field, only to be released by two teams over the next three years and seriously contemplating retirement. And then, in one final plot twist, he’s not only … Continue reading Nick Foles And The Philadelphia Eagles: Coming Full Circle
It was right around nine months ago when the Philadelphia 76ers finished with the second-worst record in the Eastern Conference, and finished their fourth straight season winning less than 30 games. “The Process” looked more like “The Disaster,” considering two of their prized lottery picks— Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons—were dealing with major injury issues from the moment they arrived in Philadelphia, while their third … Continue reading Another Step In “The Process” For The 76ers
I was fortunate enough to attend the NFC Championship Game. I was rejoicing all game long with many other passionate fans about “going to the Super Bowl”. But, when the Eagles won the game and were rejoicing on the stage of the trophy presentation, I was angered that Carson Wentz was not given a chance to address the fans. It appears that everyone has forgotten … Continue reading Don’t Forget To Thank Carson
When I woke up this morning, I was overcome with emotion. For the last two weeks, we fans have discussed every single possibility and gone back and forth on the Eagles’ chances of winning the game. You have heard it all week in the newspaper, on sports talk radio shows, and even the local bars—everyone is talking about it. We truly understand the magnitude of … Continue reading Years In The Making
After an impressive 13-3 season, many of the Philadelphia Eagles assistants and coordinators will be interviewed for head coaching jobs, most notably Jim Schwartz and John Defilippo. Both coaches have been a great part of the Eagles success and deserve to be head coaches in the NFL. Schwartz has the Eagles as a top-five defense despite key injuries throughout the season, especially a season-ending injury … Continue reading Jim Schwartz and John Defilippo Likely To Depart Eagles After This Season