Andy Reid returned to Lincoln Financial Field last night, and brought the 2012 Eagles with him.
When the made-up trade every week focuses on Thad Young, it’s not due to a lack of respect or like for Thad or his game.
With Chip Kelly’s offense being the talk of the town this week, I applaud the creativity exhibited in today’s made-up trade.
One of the most frustrating things about the last couple of years of the Andy Reid regime in Philadelphia was the use, or underuse, of running back LeSean McCoy. Considered by most to be one of the premier running backs in the NFL, McCoy was often times ignored in favor of a more pass-happy offense.
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.
Would you make this four-team deal with the Sixers, Hornets, Rockets and Clippers?
This week’s made up trade for the Sixers is a three-team trade with the Rockets and the Bulls.
Getting fired was the best thing to ever happen to Charlie Manuel in Philadelphia. Imagine he plays out the season, and the Phillies continue to play as poorly as they had. Charlie leaves, everyone is miserable, the season sort of fades away into nothingness.
Sixers coach Brett Brown says Sam Hinkie was one of the main reasons he decided to take the job.
In this week’s made-up trade, the Sixers are involved in a three-team deal with the Nuggets and Thunder.
This is the part of the Eagles preseason that is usually pretty tough to get through. It’s like coming down off of a caffeine high. When training camp starts, everyone is so fired up. Then there’s the first preseason game, and everyone’s fired up. And then we have to wait an entire month through terrible football and lesser storylines until we get an actual game.
When you say it out loud, it does sound pretty crazy. “The owners of the Sixers are purchasing the New Jersey Devils. And Scott O’Neil, the CEO of the Sixers will also be the CEO of the Devils.” Sure, it’s not the first time one ownership group has owned teams in different markets. But the Devils are one of the Flyers biggest rivals, so this is new territory.
Brett Brown is introduced as new coach of the Sixers, and knows it will be a tough job.
Check out a potential four-team trade for the Sixers that involves the Lakers, Warriors and Rockets.
The top three most loved and hated sports figures this week in Philadelphia.