The one thing that this season was supposed to be, despite wins and losses, was exciting. This is not exciting.
After weeks, months, of finding a way to trade Thaddeus Young and Spencer Hawes, and once in a while Evan Turner, we gave made-up trade-master Ethan Giles (on Twitter @Giles1228) a week to work with other teams.
If you don’t laugh, you’ll probably cry. If you don’t cry, you’ll likely lock yourself inside your house and not come out for a while.
Let’s have a moment of silence for the Quarterback Controversy Era. It was a fun two weeks.
Last week, it was a quarterback conversation. This week, after Nick Foles’ performance in Tampa, it’s a full-fledged quarterback controversy. This thing is still gaining speed. If Foles has another big-time game against the Cowboys, look out.
Since the last made up trade column, the Sixers have actually started playing basketball.
Last week, there wasn’t a quarterback controversy, there was a quarterback disagreement. There was a quarterback conversation. This week, we have a full-on, overdrive, out of control, quarterback controversy baby!
Not only has the last year or two in Philadelphia sports been pretty terrible, it seems like there’s always a new reminder of just how terrible it’s been.
Nick Foles gets the biggest gold star of the week, for giving us the QB controversy we need.
In today’s hypothetical trade, the Sixers acquire Kentavious Caldwell-Pope from the Pistons.
I want the Eagles to take a chance on Josh Freeman. I can’t imagine this is going to happen, but I would be elated if it did.
Breaking Bad feels like it’s everywhere. The show, which has gained traction and fans with every passing episode, concludes Sunday night with a finale that has left people guessing, and a final season that has left people gasping for air
With Sixers training camp beginning this weekend, we’ve got a very special made up trade for this week.
This week the KYW Philly Soccer Show takes a look at the Philadelphia Union from a slightly different perspective.
If there was a poll taken of Andy Reid’s approval ratings during the last days of his final season with the Eagles, you can almost certainly be assured that it would have been very low. Even Reid’s biggest supporters couldn’t have approved of the 4-12 records, and one of the ugliest seasons in team history.