Reports on Saturday night indicated that the San Francisco 49ers would not retain head coach Chip Kelly.
Another year is just about in the books and the Flyers certainly had a year of ups and downs and their share of exciting and memorable moments and sad moments as well. We compiled 10 of those moments into a list of signature, standout moments from the year 2016, some of which will stand out in Flyers history for years to come.
Embed from Getty Images By Patrick Del Gaone, Sports Talk Philly staff writer Since opening as 6.5-point favorites over…
This week, we’re going to dive into the history of the 87ers, including their time as the Utah Flash. Also talk about the relationship of the Sevens and Sixers.
Some fans may want general manager Ron Hextall to bypass his patient process, trade for a quality player who would aid a playoff run now, in order to go for it this season, but such a decision would be a grave mistake.
December has now come to a disappointing end with losses in five of six games and three straight after the Flyers 2-0 loss to the San Jose Sharks on Friday night. And when that happens, the negatives can be just as easy to identify. Here are 10 Postgame Points from the loss.
For the third straight game, a lack of energy and overall lifeless hockey did the Flyers in. From the start, the Flyers were handed their third straight loss and fifth in the last six games, their worst six-game stretch of the season. This loss was very much like the first one, right before the holiday break. The Flyers couldn’t solve Aaron Dell and the Sharks in a 2-0 loss on Friday night.
The Sixers won a game and there are a few reasons to celebrate this victory. Road win. Close win. Avenging a circus shot defeat. Just a good win.
The Rochester Americans outshot the Phantoms, 40-18, in the game, but needed overtime to claim the 4-3 win from Lehigh Valley.
The Flyers’ road trip continues tonight at SAP Center against an ever-competitive San Jose Sharks squad.
Can the Sixers overcome late game collapses against a team they recently collapsed to? Time to end the year right.
By Patrick Del Gaone, Sports Talk Philly staff writer According to Doug Pederson, one of the defining moments in his inaugural…
The Flyers Alumni Association has released the full list of participants for Alumni Weekend, to be held on Jan. 13 and 14, including the playing roster for the alumni game against the Penguins alumni.
While Darren Sproles continues to impress as the Eagles combination running back/receiver and punt return specialist, the 33-year-old is starting to see his career wind down. “I feel like [after 2017] it will be time,” Sproles said.
For Flyers fans, the World Junior Championships this year is especially gratifying as Philadelphia has a total of nine players competing at the games. No other team has more than five players participating.
The Eagles have been eliminated from the playoffs for a few weeks and now play to give the younger talent more experience. Obvious talent like Carson Wentz continues to improve with each game in his rookie season. The big question is what do the Eagles need to be a playoff contender?
The Philadelphia 76ers struggled in the fourth quarter, missing the defensive presence of Joel Embiid.
Days 3 and 4 of the World Junior Championships featured two games for some Flyers prospects. Most importantly, all nine prospects saw action in some form on Wednesday or Thursday. Here’s the rundown.
The 116th overall meeting between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys will take place at Lincoln Financial Field Sunday at 1 p.m. Dallas holds the series lead by 15 wins, leaving the Eagles with a series record of 50-65.
This week’s edition of Philadelphia Phillies nuggets discusses the likelihood of Mike Trout ever joining the team.
Schwartz has ultimately failed to produce consistent results in his first year as the Eagles’ defensive coordinator. He might have passed the first phase of the test this season, but there were two other parts of the examination. The good news for him is that he has another shot at this test next season, but there might not be another chance after that.
Jason Peters has been a special player for the Eagles, but how does his resume stack up against offensive tackles enshrined in the Hall of Fame?
Photo Courtesy of Kate Frese By Rob Riches, Sports Talk Philly contributor The end of any year always brings out…
The post-Christmas blues caught up with the Flyers again in St. Louis. If last Thursday’s result in New Jersey wasn’t frustrating enough, this certainly brought out a lot of frustration. The Flyers made a disappointing and downright pathetic return in a 6-3 loss to the Blues on Wednesday night.