Sunday, December 30, 2012

Philadelphia Eagles To Fire Andy Reid Within 24 Hours

Philadelphia Eagles: Various reports indicate that head coach Andy Reid will be fired within 24 hours of the team's crushing, season-ending loss (42-7) to the New York Giants. The loss dropped the Eagles' record to

This season's 4-12 record gives Reid an all-time Eagles' record of 130-93-1.

More on the person who is rightly considered the greatest head coach in team history in coming posts.

On a personal level I wish Andy the best and know that he is a genuine person outside of the media spotlight. What he went thorough this season, due to the death of his son, is unimaginable. Football is a job and he will get another one of those if he is, in fact fired and wants to continue working in the future.
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Classic Headline Topic: MMA Phenomena

I encourage fans of any sport to attend one of these events when you can. The excitement of the crowd and the efforts of the fighters will likely win you over to this superb athletic adventure.

Here is my most recent feature article about a live XFE Cage Wars event that I attended.
This article consistently ranks among the most popular of the 1,400+ features that I've been fortunate to have published since February, 2011...

Classic headline: Those great hockey cards

Nothing topped the meaning that these hockey cards still hold. Here is the special feature that still ranks among the most-read articles that I've written since 2011:
Topps Hockey Card Mystery is Revealed.

Recent Headline Topic: Eagles and RGIII

Let me be very brief: If the Eagles had drafted someone like RGIII, would the world look vastly different right now? Of course.

The draft is so critical. Clearly, this area of the Eagles' operation has not been consistently good enough over the years. Regardless of a team's record, quality players must be added each season.

Injuries only provide a certain percentage of an 'explanation' for where this organization has gone during the past two seasons.

A new infusion of decision-makers is needed at a variety of levels in Eagle-town. Then, they will need a few years to have their plans work.
Classic Headline: Three Flyers' Legends

Each of these Flyers' legends (Brian Propp, Dave Poulin and Tim Kerr) deserved their own feature article:

Here is a link to the story about Propp: 
Classic Headline Topic: Bernie Parent interview

Based upon strong response, I'm re-posting the links to my series about interviewing Bernie Parent. 

Here is a link to Part 1 in my series about that interview: 
Philadelphia Flyers' Bernie Parent: Meeting a Legend  

Here is a link to Part 2 in my series about that interview: 
Philadelphia Flyers' Bernie Parent: Pregame Preparations

Here is a link to Part 3 in my series about that interview:
Philadelphia Flyers' Bernie Parent: Postgame Reflections
Baseball cards

Bygone days spent with elementary school days and family members opening packs of Topps cardboard gold never truly fade away.

Here is my special feature that highlights many of our childhood memories: 
When Baseball Cards were King.

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