Though Roy Halladay shown some signals of an evolution since his return from elbow surgery, of a “new” pitcher who has learned to get hitters out with less than stellar stuff, his starts have been uneven at best.
The Eagles played (and lost) on Thursday night, so that meant more free time on Sunday than Chip Kelly and his players would usually have.
The game itself, as it turned out, was a less than optimal setting for Donovan McNabb’s retirement ceremony during halftime of Thursday night’s Eagles loss to the Chiefs. But the loss didn’t make the night any less special for McNabb.
Angelo Cataldi and the WIP Morning Show named their Winners and Weasels for the week of September 20th, 2013.
Fans on the 94WIP Morning Show say Eagles defensive coordinator Billy Davis is to blame for the loss to the Chargers.
With the way the Chargers offenses was moving the ball, it seemed close to certain that they could score any time they had possession of the ball.
The 94WIP Morning Show announced their Winners and Weasels for the week of September 13th, 2013
To say Eagles fans are excited for the start of the season, which officially happens on Monday night against Washington, would be an understatement.
Eagles offensive lineman Evan Mathis says that the team’s fast pace on offense will create a problem for oppsing defenses.
Chip Kelly mentioned the Wing Bowl in his introductory press conference, and then visited the signature event of the WIP Morning Show earlier this year. Now, we’ll get a chance to hear Kelly and Cataldi together every week.
he WIP Morning Show announced their Winners and Weasels for the week of August 23, 2013.
Nick Foles or Michael Vick? It’s the question we have been asking for months now. Well, last night, we may have finally gotten our answer.
It was the summer of 1996, and the rumors about Eric Lindros and accused mob boss Joey Merlino were flying. Instead of relying on rumors and hearsay, Howard Eskin decided to go right to the source.
The WIP Morning Show picks Darren Daulton as the Winner of the week, and Jonathan Papelbon as the Weasel.
It’s not a quarterback controversy, it’s a quarterback competition. Nick Foles says he’s got what it takes to win the job.