In regards to Ben Simmons and his back injury, we are all hoping for the best-case scenario.
With uncertainty surrounding the length of Ben Simmons’ absence, the Sixers will have to attempt to make up the production that he provides. Considering the recent tear that Simmons has been on in recent weeks, that will be no easy task.
Whether it be making Carson Wentz out to be an arrogant character or trying to put a wedge between Ben Simmons & Joel Embiid, there’s always a journalist trying to make something out of nothing.
The Eagles front office has been under a lot of scrutiny for their lack of additions to the roster mid season. While some of the blame is warranted, Howie and company were right to stand pat on some of the players that became available. Let’s take a look at some of the moves that the Eagles didn’t make this season:
Carson Wentz has been on a mission to knock down each and every narrative against him this season. He can now check off the last one as he leads a depleted Eagles team into his first career playoff appearance.
Carson Wentz is putting the team on his back when it matters most. Putting together comeback drives in back to back weeks, he is displaying the leadership that many people called into question. Tune in as Victor Williams & Ryan Rothstein breakdown Sunday’s game as Carson is clutch yet again, Miles Sanders shows out & Greg Ward keeps the Eagles postseason hopes alive with his first career touchdown.
Right after Carson Wentz recorded the worst game we’ve seen from him in awhile, Joel Embiid did him one better and went scoreless in a game for the first time in his career. How will the Eagles & Sixers rebound with their respective franchise cornerstones? Tune in as Victor Williams & Ryan Rothstein break down the poor performances and give their analysis on the teams moving forward.
Tobias Harris has seemed to have snapped out of his shooting slump. The Eagles couldn’t score any points on their last 10 drives against the Patriots. Tune in as Victor Williams & Ryan Rothstein of 97.3 ESPN break down the Eagles pitiful receivers, if Ben Simmons is regressing for the Sixers and much more!
After an aggressive season opener, Ben Simmons has seemed to shy away from scoring. Should we be concerned about Ben’s offensive development? Tune in as Victor Williams & Krystle Rich of #SixersOutsiders discuss the emergence of Furkan Korkmaz, the importance of Al Horford, what to make of Ben Simmons so far & much more!
Carson Wentz & the running game avoided disaster on Sunday with a much needed win in Buffalo. Al Horford & the new look Sixers are a force defensively. Tune in as Victor Williams & Ryan Rothstein give their initial reactions to the Eagles reviving their season & what to make of the Sixers so far.
Carson Wentz is playing at an MVP level but his defense isn’t helping him. What can the Eagles do to repair the underwhelming secondary? Tune in as Victor Williams & Devan Kaney of Bleacher Report Live break down Sunday’s loss, give their thoughts on Miles Sanders being the most reliable weapon on offense & much more!
The Eagles defense was able to find it’s footing against the lowly Jets. Can the pass rush keep the foot on the gas moving forward? Victor Williams & Ryan Rothstein of 97.3 ESPN give their reactions & analysis on the whooping the Birds put on the Jets. Tune in as they recap the defensive performance, Carson Wentz adding to his resume of miraculous plays & much more!
Regardless of who’s under center for the Jets on Sunday, the Eagles shouldn’t have a hard time putting them away. Tune in as Victor Williams & Ryan Rothstein of 97.3 ESPN assess what the Eagles need to do to take care of the abysmal Jets on Sunday as well as Ben Simmons already annoyed with reporters.
The Eagles finally found a happy medium between the run & the pass, will they continue to commit to the run in the future? Tune in as Victor Williams & Ryan Rothstein of 97.3 ESPN give their analysis on Carson beating Aaron Rodgers in Lambeau, if the Eagles will commit to the running game moving forward & the state of the NFC East after 4 weeks.