The Philadelphia Eagles have defeated the Dallas Cowboys 24-22 in Jerry’s World, to capture the NFC East division crown, and will be facing the New Orleans Saints next Saturday night. Eagles’ running back LeSean “Shady” McCoy had the NFL rushing Continue reading The Philadelphia Eagles Capture the NFC East Crown
As sports talk all day’s officiating and rules expert, officiating in the NFL has become a hot topic. There are many issues as to what the committee factors in. Some examples of this are: playoff experience, crew chief experience, Continue reading So which NFL Officials should officiate in the Playoffs?
The red-hot Philadelphia Eagles were stunned by the depleted Minnesota Vikings, losing by a score of 48-30. Vikings’ quarterback Matt Cassel, along with the rest of the Vikings’ offense, came out firing out of the gates, and did not slow down one bit. Continue reading No Adrian Peterson, No Toby Gerhart, No Problem
The Andrew Luck era has been a total success thus far in Indianapolis. The Colts are now 19-10 under Luck in two seasons, and have clinched the AFC South already. The Colts and their fans should be pleased to Continue reading The Colts’ Problems
Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reported earlier today that Philadelphia Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. was looking to deal All-Star Domonic Brown, and would plan to sell high. What would make Amaro want to deal arguably the best hitter on Continue reading Is Ruben Amaro Jr. Crazy for Wanting to Deal Domonic Brown?
Yesterday, the Philadelphia Eagles continued their winning ways with a 34-20, in a game that will go down as the “Snow Bowl”. This was the Eagles fifth win in a row, three of which have been in Philly, where the Eagles Continue reading The Philadelphia Eagles Continue to Fly
The Heisman trophy presentation is approaching us and it has been a tight race so far. From what experts predicted in the beginning of the year, to now, has been a crazy change. Only 1 of the predicted top 5 Continue reading Top 5 Heisman Candidates
If you’re a football coach or a coaching junkie (maybe both if you’re me), you always wonder who will jump to the next level. Let’s look at five college coaches who are ready to jump to the NFL. David Shaw- Continue reading NCAA Coaches that will jump to the NFL
Philadelphia Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. should consider renaming the Phillies ballpark to “Senior Citizens Bank Park”, as all of his players will be eligible for Social Security by the end of the season. Amaro may be putting together Continue reading Ruben, Ruben, Ruben
Over the summer thirteen new NBA head coaches were hired. Some of these were just guys jumping ship. Others are first time head coaches, and have either disappointed or shocked the NBA world. From Doc Rivers to Steve Clifford we’ve Continue reading Evaluating the New NBA Coaching Class… So Far