The Eagles couldn’t have been very happy on the flight home from Minnesota.
94WIP’s Anthony Gargano and Glen Macnow spend the afternoon on Friday at Lincoln Financial Field, trying to bring good luck to the Eagles.
The Eagles go into Sunday’s game with Washington having lost 10 consecutive games at Lincoln Financial Field. Though there have been many theories, there seems to be no real explanation for the team’s poor play at home, save for last season’s poor play pretty much everywhere.
94WIP Afternoon host Anthony Gargano took over the station’s Twitter account for Sunday’s Eagles game in Green Bay.
Though Charles Barkley and Michael Vick played different sports, with different degrees of success in Philadelphia, they will both go down in Philadelphia sports history together in one particular category: lightning rods.
Most of the talk about the Eagles ugly, 17-3 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, has been about the quarterback. Nick Foles was by all accounts, terrible, missing receivers, and often times holding the ball far too long. Foles was inaccurate and ineffective.
Billy Wagner did not have a good relationship with Phillies fans, and that’s putting it lightly.
Still watching every game, Charlie Manuel talks about the current state of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Charlie Manuel took some time to say goodbye. He had so many people to thank, it took him two hours.
Michael Vick and Nick Foles may be the only two quarterbacks being mentioned with regularity during this training camp, but rookie Matt Barkley is stating his case to be in the discussion.
Former Sixers star Charles Barkley is picking the Spurs in the NBA Finals.
Fresh off a trip to Las Vegas for Floyd Mayweather’s last fight, Anthony Gargano hopes that boxing survives.
Ben Roethlisberger says that Matt Barkley reminds him of New Orleans QB Drew Brees.
Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman joined Anthony Gargano and Glen Macnow Monday on Sportsradio 94WIP to talk about the 2013 Eagles draft class.
According to a vote on NFL.COM, “The Catch,” is not the greatest play of all time. Neither is the “Immaculate Reception.” Nor is it the “Music City Miracle.”