San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo went down in Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs with an apparent knee injury, one that the 49ers reportedly believe to be an ACL tear. An MRI on Monday will confirm whether or not the ligament is in fact torn, but the footage of the injury is pretty … Continue reading 49ers Fear Garoppolo Has Torn ACL, Likely Out for Season
In his first start of his first season as the Kansas City Chiefs’ starting quarterback, Patrick Mahomes was unstoppable as the Chiefs won Sunday’s game against the Chargers 38-28. Throwing for 256 yards and four touchdowns with a 55.5% completion rate, Mahomes looked at home at the helm of his offense. Assisting Mahomes in his … Continue reading This Is It, Chiefs: Why Kansas City Could Be the NFL’s Next Powerhouse
The 34-year-old future Hall-of-Famer Aaron Rodgers recently agreed to a four-year, $134 million contract extension with the Green Bay Packers. The XLV Super Bowl MVP and two-time league MVP is set to be one of the highest paid players in the NFL with this new extension, securing his spot long-term in Wisconsin. While this deal … Continue reading How Aaron Rodgers’ New Extension Affects the Packers
1. Chris Sale W/L: 12-4 ERA: 1.97 WAR: 6.4 WHIP: 0.849 Strikeouts: 219 As the league leader in WHIP, Hits per 9 Innings, Strikeouts per 9 Innings, and ranking second in ERA, Chris Sale is, in my opinion, the best pitcher in the MLB. Sale makes the red-hot Red Sox a very dangerous contender for … Continue reading The Top 5 Pitchers in the MLB
During his first season as a (mostly) healthy NBA player, Joel Embiid was named to the All-NBA Second Team, All-Defensive Second Team, All-Star Team, was 7th in Rebounds Per Game, 12th in Points Per Game, 4th in Blocks Per Game, and placed second in voting for Defensive Player of the Year. Not bad for a … Continue reading Why an MVP Award is Almost Certain for Joel Embiid in the Future
Short answer: Yes. Long Answer: The now second-place Philadelphia Phillies are the definition of inconsistent. Whether it’s the slow start that the pitching staff suffered at the beginning of the season or the recent lack of production on the offensive side of the field, the Phils have managed to keep its fans on the edge … Continue reading Do the Phillies Have Enough Pitching to Compete in October?
We are approximately one month away from the best time of the year: football season. After celebrating the Philadelphia Eagles' first Super Bowl victory which seemed like just yesterday, we are approaching the time for the Birds to defend their title. As both an Eagles fan and a fan of winning, I have predicted the … Continue reading Why the Eagles Will Have the Best Record in Football Next Season
Today is a sad day for Philadelphia Eagles fans as three-time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl LII champion Darren Sproles has announced he will retire after this upcoming season. After being drafted in 2005 by the San Diego Chargers, the 5'6" menace went on to play thirteen seasons in the NFL, six with the Chargers, … Continue reading What Does Darren Sproles’ Future Retirement Mean for the Eagles?
Another NBA draft means another day of excitement for basketball fans around the world. Another draft also means another chance for mediocre teams to improve their rosters, for good teams to take that next step toward a championship, and for young athletes to prove that they are the best in the world. This year's draft … Continue reading 2018 NBA Draft Summary
After being given the Los Angeles Lakers’ pick in the 2018 NBA Draft via trade, the Philadelphia 76ers will select 10th in the upcoming NBA draft on June 21st. With this pick comes a pivotal moment in “The Process,” as the addition of a talented young player, along with the acquisition of a star player … Continue reading Building Bridges: Two Potential Draft Picks for the 76ers