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MLB Playoffs Living Up To Excitement

By | Oct 16, 2010

As the League Championship Series begin, it’s real hard not to get excited about what’s transpired so far in this year’s baseball postseason. Some nay-sayers might think that since two of the LDS series were sweeps and only one went five games that it has not been thrilling to watch. Quite the contrary. Here’s just…

Thoughts On Much Anticipated McNabb Return

By | Oct 5, 2010

After a week long of speculation about how Donovan McNabb would be received by his former fan base, what actually happened was not a shock, even though the other way would’ve been more fitting. McNabb was cheered and given a standing ovation when his named was announced to the crowd. It was a classy gesture…

Too Boo or Not To Boo…That Is The Question

By | Oct 3, 2010

It seemed like yesterday during that April Saturday in 1999 when 30 die heart Eagles fans appropriately dubbed “The Dirty 30” booed Donovan McNabb on draft day. Twelve years later, that moment is still brought up in several conversations regarding the now Washington Redskins quarterback. It’s used to stereotype Philadelphia fans as distasteful and give…

Age Limit On Wearing Current Players’ Jerseys?

By | Sep 26, 2010

The natural maturation of a child into a teen, adult and eventually elder has various stages. Putting aside the physical changes of people, it’s no secret that growing up brings “growing out of tendencies.” At age 11, a kid who always loved playing with toy legos may become interested in violent video games. A little…

For Thos Who Didn’t Know, Andy Reid is Really a Politician

By | Sep 24, 2010

Point blank fact – Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid is a politician. He’s not  a football coach. He’s not a talent evaluator. He’s a back stabbing politician looking to have his own butt and job security. Following the Eagles 35-32 victory over the Detroit Lions last Sunday with then back-up quarterback Michael Vick leading…

The Sprint Is On

By | Sep 11, 2010

A major league baseball season is often compared to a marathon – 162 games where the standings can change at any point and time. Being in first place in April is as impressive and relevant as getting an A on an open book test. In other words, it is nonimpressive and irrevelant towards the season…