- Geek & Sci-Fi
Two things of note here.
There were two things that were guaranteed coming into yesterday's matchup between the Eagles and the Chargers.
They only play once every Thursday, Sunday or Monday, but the story lines created before, during and after games are more than enough to keep the NFL on America's consciousness throughout the week.
Words By Jamar Hudson I can't even lie, I'm nervous.
The Michael Vick/Chip Kelly bromance goes on its first real date tonight on national television when the Eagles head to the DMV to face Robert Griffin III, Alfred Morris and the Washington Redskins.
I know this kinda looks like somebody playing Electric Football, but it's actually Philadelphia Eagles security holding "streaker drills," to help them practice for those unexpected moments when dudes (or ladies) get brave and decide to storm the field.
Thursday night during the Eagles' 14-9 victory over the Carolina Panthers, Lesean "Shady" McCoy ripped off a 21-yard-run proving he's more than ready for the regular 16-game-slate to commence.
If you haven't been following the Wonka-esque story of Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper threatening to "fight every n*gger" at a Kenny Chesney concert, then being extremely sorry and "extremely hurt" (you know, because somebody caught it on video), here's the short version: he gon' get got.
Leading a perennially-strong Philadelphia Eagles team for the better part of the 2000s, Donovan McNabb was a premier talent in the NFL.
If you're like me, you have a problem with women, because women be trippin.
Chances are you’ve probably already been buried by the news and Tweets that Chip Kelly is leaving the Oregon Ducks, despite previous claims that he would be staying with the program.
In case you haven’t been following, I’ve had a bit of a fascination this NFL season with my theory of the Thursday Night Football Quarterback Curse.
Our Man Burnsy's on the road today, so I'm handling the With Leather Watch This.
Fluke records are usually ironed out by week 11 in the NFL season.
After an outstanding sophomore season at Syracuse that had many analysts talking about him as one of the best guards in the country, Dion Waiters decided the time was right to test his talents and make the jump to the NBA.
For three quarters, all signs pointed to Carolina upsetting Chicago, but the switch clicked in the fourth and the Bears roared all the way back, making up a twelve point deficit for a satisfying 23-22 nail-biting victory.
Allen Iverson has "Jewelz," Ron Artest has "Champions," Chris Johnson has this mess, and Shaq owns a discography section on his Wikipedia page.