At times, it seemed like the Eagles were a team of destiny. A lucky bounce here and there, a convenient injury to an opponent, the top rated passer in the NFL, and the leading rusher.
There are some trends in the NFL that make sense, even when they don’t always come true. The Saints having trouble on the road, in the cold, makes some sense. West coast teams having trouble when they fly to the East Coast for a 1pm game, makes some sense.
Andy Reid’s first season in Kansas City as head coach of the Chiefs started with a bang, and ended with a thud.
I’ve always said, I’d rather my team lose a big game in a blow out than lose at the buzzer, or in the final seconds. Final second losses sting the most because all you can think about afterwards is, “what if this”, “what if that.” You replay those moments over and over again.
The Kansas City Chiefs lost an eighth-straight postseason game on Saturday, losing 45-44 to the Indianapolis Colts after holding a 28-point lead in the third quarter.
Michael Vick was a good soldier for the Eagles this season. From his vocal support of Riley Cooper during the pre-season, to his public backing of Nick Foles as the team’s starting quarterback, Vick did not make waves when it would seem like the natural thing to do.
Eagles fans are flying high ahead of the wild card clash, despite our bitterly cold weather.
The Green Bay Packers have had trouble stopping the 49ers in their last two meetings. Now they have to try and beat them in the playoffs while facing injury issues on defense.
SportsRadio 94WIP will get the City of Brotherly Love ready for Saturday night’s Wild Card matchup against the New Orleans Saints.
Eagles playoff game sells out, but Packers, Bengals and Colts still thousands of tickets away.
Call it playing with house money, call it anything you would like, the Eagles have every right to call 2013 a very successful season no matter what happens 8 p.m. Saturday night.
Comcast-Spectacor is canceling the January 4th performance of Disney On Ice at the Wells Fargo Center in order to alleviate traffic congestion and to accommodate fans who wish to watch or attend the Philadelphia Eagles playoff game on Sunday night.
No one expected the Eagles to win the NFC East this year. Now that they are, they’re the team in the NFC that “nobody wants to play.”
The Eagles could have made things easy on themselves by winning, as they were expected to, in Minnesota on Sunday. Thankfully, the Cowboys also decided to make things more difficult on themselves by blowing a 26-3 lead to the Packers, and losing as well.
The Golden Rams have advanced to the national semifinals of the NCAA Division II Championship Tournament.