This week, the guys welcome friend of the show Timmy Parks to talk about the Eagles’ losses to the Cowboys and the Chiefs, what to expect from the rest of the season, and Timmy Joe’s dramatic hot dog eating contest from two weeks ago. Continue reading Pod: The Eagles Get Clipped by Dallas and K.C.; Now What?
This week, the guys rank the current pro head coaches in town, and pick the best Philadelphia head coaches of all time. Plus, not one but two rounds of laughs at the Mets’ expense. Continue reading Pod: Ranking Philadelphia’s Coaches
This week, the guys talk about the start of Eagles training camp before digging in on the Phillies’ trade deadline activity. Continue reading Pod: Spencer Howard Says Goodbye; The Eagles Say Hello
Three Lions on a shirt, Jules Rimet still gleaming (Credit: Dunk, used via CC BY 2.0) After a week off, the guys come in hot with takes on the recent news and of course, Ben Simmons. Plus, the end of the European Football Championship, the Phillies’ first round draft pick, and a listener-submitted taste test. Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher The … Continue reading Pod: Ben Simmons Trade Options; Euro 2020 Comes to an End
This week, the guys discuss the Odubel Herrera situation, their Eagles’ NFL Draft wish list, and the biggest rivals of each Philadelphia team. Continue reading Pod: Odubel Herrera, NFL Draft Wish List, and Philly’s Biggest Rivals
The guys discuss the official departure of Carson Wentz and the potential arrival of Kyle Lowry. Continue reading Pod: The Sixers at the Trade Deadline
The guys talk about a host of topics before John digs into what has made the Sixers the best team in the NBA’s Eastern Conference thus far. Continue reading Pod: Why The Sixers are the #1 Team in the East
The guys talk about the Eagles parting with Doug Pederson, the Sixers not acquiring James Harden, and John’s steadfast belief in the Hall of Fame credentials of Scott Rolen. Continue reading Pod: Doug Pederson and James Harden Are Out; Should Scott Rolen Be In (the Hall of Fame)?
The hiring of Phillies manager Joe Girardi generated a lot of buzz as the team entered the 2020 season. After two years of widespread dissatisfaction with Gabe Kapler, fans welcomed the new skipper with wide open arms. One standout quality in Girardi’s resume is his tendency to merge analytics with a practical baseball approach. This new-ish old school style is enabling Philadelphia’s successful offense. The … Continue reading How The Phillies Offense Improved In 2020