Name an industry that brings in $1.2 billion in revenue each year, employs more than 4,000 people, and had a double-digit percentage of growth every year from 2007 to 2012, according to one research firm. Yes, you guessed correctly if your answer was Fantasy Football! The game is a simple head to head matchup based on statistical analysis of real-life games with those … Continue reading Fantasy Football’s Rise to Prominence
In a coaching era that had been mired in controversy, Andy Reid may have actually done something right when he drafted cornerback Brandon Boykin in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft. During his tenure as Philadelphia Eagles head coach, he wasn’t known for his draft picks, but this one may be an exception. Coming out of college, Boykin was an accomplished player who, … Continue reading A Star in the Making…
Following the horrific 2012 football season, the Philadelphia Eagles decided it was time to begin a new regime and let Andy Reid ride out into the pastures of the NFL coaching pool, waiting until his next stop. His next destination wound up being Kansas City and he is now enjoying a road of relief and new found success, as his Chiefs are 8-0. In Philadelphia, we … Continue reading Mediocrity, Inconsistency, and Patience……..
After watching the Eagles game on replay the other night, I feel I learned a lot about what to expect from the current Philadelphia Eagles team this year and what to expect in the near future. There seems to be a newfound presence of surprise and confidence that has been instilled into the players by new head coach Chip Kelly. Chip has been seen on … Continue reading New Era Approaching
Sounds like Chip Kelly is not adjusting to a new offensive scheme after all. It looks like he did the next best thing by employing a former Navy Seal trainer to get his players, especially offensive line, in shape. This is shaping up to be an interesting training camp! Related articles Eagles Hire Former Navy Seal To Be Sports Science Coordinator (thacover2.com) Kelly’s staff includes … Continue reading