Philadelphia, PA - By some miracle, the Philadelphia Eagles still sit atop the NFC East at 3-5-1. While they do lead the division, the Eagles have looked awful. Their wins have been ugly and their losses have been even uglier. This was very true against the New York Giants, who did look impressive on both sides of the football and beat the birds handily, 27-17.
Philadelphia, PA - For the third straight game, the Eagles get to play within their own division. They have enjoyed two straight wins against the Giants and the Cowboys and just received a well-timed bye week. This has certainly been the most optimistic time of this season, as Philly can get healthy, and could even break even on the season at 4-4-1.
Philadelphia, PA - The Philadelphia Eagles improved to 3-4-1 after a win against the Dallas Cowboys, but even with a win, there’s still much cause for concern. The Eagles entered as favorites on Sunday night at home, primarily because of Dallas’s well-documented struggles.
Philadelphia, PA - The Phillies have finalized their Opening Day roster for the 2020 regular season. The roster includes seven former All-Stars (20 total All-Star Game appearances), two MVPs, one Cy Young Award winner, and one Rookie of the Year Award winner. Nine players are making their first-ever Opening Day roster: left-hander Austin Davis, outfielder Kyle Garlick, right-hander Deolis Guerra, outfielder Adam Haseley, left-hander Cole Irvin, right-hander Trevor Kelley, right-hander Reggie McClain, outfielder Roman Quinn, and right-hander Ramón Rosso.