The long summer of discontent is over, and football is here. I feel like we celebrate the return of football like 75 times a year, but this is really it. It’s not mini-camp or the start of training camp or the preseason or the draft, it’s actually football.
The time surrounding the MLB All-Star game is always the most quiet sports time of the year. Sam Hinkie is just fine with keeping it that way. Thankfully, DeSean Jackson noticed the need for news and said something awesome (stupid).
The Philly Top Five Power Rankings this week are about hellos and goodbyes. Andrew Bynum says goodbye, the Phillies could be saying hello or goodbye, the Flyers welcome a few, and we just can’t say goodbye to Donovan McNabb.
Trading Chase Utley, Darren Daulton’s recovery, and the Sixers silence are outlined in this week’s Philly Top FIve power rankings.
Never have we done more with less than this week. Not one Philadelphia sports team played a meaningful game, and we still had ridiculous story after ridiculous story
Sixers rank from 8th to 17th in opening power rankings.
Former Ravens coach Brian Billick dropped the Eagles 11 spots in his power rankings.
Former Ravens coach Brian Billick says the Eagles are the #1 team in the NFL.
By Spike: Before the season started, there were many people, including myself, who thought that the Miami Heat would win the NBA Championship this year. I still think that’s possible, but the Lakers are going to have quite a bit to say about that.