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Andrew Kulp

  1. Who Is the Worst Athlete in Philadelphia?

    Nov 15, 2012, 12:10 PM EDT

    The sports scene in Philadelphia hasn’t been a whole lot of fun lately, but sometimes you just have to roll with the punches and revel in the terribleness. 94WIP’s Angelo Cataldi gave his list of the six worst athletes in town on Thursday’s morning show, and while we don’t necessarily agree with his list in…

  2. Brayden Schenn Likes Hat Tricks with His Breakfast

    Nov 14, 2012, 1:19 PM EDT

    The NHL lockout continues going nowhere, but the AHL plays on. The Phantoms were in action this morning in Manchester– yes, you read that right: this morning – tying up the loose ends on a 4-1 victory as many folks in the region were sitting down for lunch. Brayden Schenn was wide awake and ready…

  3. Are Jrue Holidays Turnovers a Problem?

    Nov 13, 2012, 4:27 PM EDT

    Jrue Holiday turned the ball over eight times en route to a 103-96 home loss to Milwaukee on Monday night, and while giveaways certainly were not the only reason the 76ers tasted defeat, they are part of what has suddenly become a troubling trend for the fourth-year point guard. How big of a problem are…

  4. Is Mat McBriar a Double Agent?

    Nov 12, 2012, 2:04 AM EDT

    In a totally Eagles series of moves, they picked two-time Pro Bowler and Cowboys free-agent Mat McBriar to compete with incumbent Chas Henry after a four-way punter tryout back in July. McBriar appeared to be the superior punter, which is of course the punter’s primary job, but was cut before camp concluded because he messed…

  5. Who Has the Best Cheesesteak in Town? Rob Ryans Play Chart Says Its Pats

    Nov 11, 2012, 11:28 PM EDT

    In the hyper-competitive world of the NFL, where coaches work obscene hours, and playbooks are thicker than phone books, there’s not a lot of monkey business when it comes to preparing for game day. Dallas defensive coordinator Rob Ryan needed a go-to play for his trip to Philadelphia though, and according to his play chart,…

  6. Nick Foles Enters the Game, Eagles Go on Being the Eagles

    Nov 11, 2012, 8:05 PM EDT

    Prayers were finally answered for many football fans throughout the Delaware Valley on Sunday when Michael Vick exited the Eagles’ game against the Cowboys with a concussion midway through the second quarter, bringing on the debut of rookie quarterback and preseason darling Nick Foles. But if you weren’t paying attention – and judging from our…

  7. Eagles-Cowboys: Whos Worse?

    Nov 11, 2012, 4:10 PM EDT

    Any rivalry loses a bit of intensity when two franchises are mired in a race to the bottom, but even in this forsaken year, the Eagles can still hang their hat on beating Dallas. In order to win though, they must prove they are the less dysfunctional of the two, and good luck with that.…

  8. Think You’ve Got It Bad? Cheer Up, Cowboys Fans Are Stuck with Jerry Jones

    Nov 9, 2012, 1:21 PM EDT

    The Eagles have fallen on some hard times of late, but they will get better eventually. Andy Reid will be relieved of his duties as head coach and vice president of football operations before the year is out so long as this season continues down its current road, and Howie Roseman can’t be too far…

  9. Salisbury: Upton Is Main Focus for Phillies

    Nov 8, 2012, 11:10 PM EDT

    Major League Baseball’s general managers’ meetings are coming to a close, but it sounds like business is about to pick up for the Phillies. According to Jim Salisbury, Ruben Amaro Jr. has been communicating with the agent for centerfielder B.J. Upton. Describing Upton as, “the free agent the Phillies have been most connected to,” Salisbury…

  10. Let the Eagles’ Head Coaching Speculation Commence!

    Nov 8, 2012, 4:08 PM EDT

    With most observers feeling fairly certain these days that Andy Reid’s time is running out with the Eagles, the head coaching Christmas lists are starting to come out. Earlier this week, Sean Payton’s name popped up when it was revealed the NFL never approved his contract extension with the Saints. The likelihood that Payton will…

  11. Mirror Image: Eagles and Cowboys Are One and the Same This Year

    Nov 8, 2012, 2:24 PM EDT

    In the past, Philly fans and Dallas fans have had a lot of fun mocking each other through the years. The Cowboys haven’t fielded many serious contenders since the mid-90′s, but they always have those five Super Bowls to fall back on. So far this season however, there hasn’t been much back and forth between…

  12. Losing the Left Tackle Is Like Losing the Quarterback (Sort of)

    Nov 8, 2012, 12:27 PM EDT

    When we suggested yesterday that the sorry state of the Eagles’ offensive line wasn’t on Andy Reid, a handful of folks still felt a few key injuries are no excuse. Had the front office only drafted better, they wouldn’t be in this mess, right? The problem with that theory is unless Reid was planning to…

  13. Offensive Line the One Thing That Is Not Reids Fault

    Nov 7, 2012, 2:22 PM EDT

    LeSean McCoy is finding very little room to run. Michael Vick is getting killed out there. The offensive line is already in shambles, and the news on Todd Herremans is not good. Now ask yourself honestly: is any one man truly at fault for the state of the offensive line? You can lump a lot…

  14. Video: All You Needed to Know About Nick Young’s Shot Selection

    Nov 6, 2012, 3:42 PM EDT

    Nick Young likes to shoot the ball — a lot. He likes to shoot the ball so much, apparently he’ll fire it up from just about anywhere without prejudice.

  15. Even As Reid Heads for Exit, Eagles GM Roseman Likely Sticking Around

    Nov 6, 2012, 2:22 PM EDT

    Probably not the news you wanted to hear less than 24 hours after the Eagles were embarrassed on a national stage, their season heading into the toilet. In fact, it’s probably the exact opposite. The Inquirer’s Jeff McLane filed a report on Tuesday morning that indicates we might be stuck with general manager Howie Roseman for awhile.

  16. Where Did It All Go Wrong for the Eagles?

    Nov 6, 2012, 1:19 PM EDT

    Coming into this season, I thought the Eagles had a good team, and I was not alone. Prognosticators picked them to win 10 or 11. Vegas liked their odds to reach the Super Bowl. Even some fans were on board.

    Yet here we are with eight games left in 2012, their fate already sealed it would seem. The Eagles are going to miss the playoffs for the second straight year, and Andy Reid will be out the door once it’s over.

    How did we get here? Where did it all go wrong?

  17. Is This the End? Eagles Flatline in New Orleans

    Nov 6, 2012, 12:15 AM EDT

    That was hard to watch. This entire season, even when things seemed to be going well, has been hard to watch.

    The Eagles walked into the Superdome and maintained some semblance of control for most of the first period. Then almost on cue, Michael Vick hurled a red-zone interception, which the Saints returned 99 yards for a touchdown. New Orleans never looked back, finishing the Birds — and likely their season — by a score of 28-13.

  18. Eagles-Saints on MNF: Can’t You Feel the Excitement? No? Me Neither.

    Nov 5, 2012, 6:49 PM EDT

    With the Eagles’ record at 3-4, their season seemingly on the brink of disaster, and Andy Reid’s demise likely hanging in the balance, we simply are not feeling the big-game vibe that is usually associated with Monday Night Football in New Orleans. Since the Atlanta Falcons systematically destroyed the Birds eight days ago, there has been a creeping feeling the Birds are heading south for the winter.

  19. Eagles Offense vs. Saints D: Stoppable Force Meets Moveable Object

    Nov 5, 2012, 1:05 PM EDT

    At 17.1 points per game, Philadelphia features the NFL’s 28th ranked scoring offense in the NFL, while they have also given the ball away 17 times, tied for the fourth-most. Their inability to protect the football and convert opportunities into points is the biggest reasons why the Eagles are standing at 3-4 today.

    Tonight the Birds will be faced with their best opportunity to break that trend when they face off against the league’s worst defense in New Orleans.

  20. Glass Half Full of Ice? Sudden Optimism in NHL Labor Fight

    Nov 5, 2012, 3:47 AM EDT

    Last week, the NHL cancelled the Winter Classic, and the initial fear was it might be only a matter of time before the entire season came next. Since then, negotiations between the league and players association on a new collective bargaining agreement have picked back up, with some reports even predicting a resolution could occur in the next two weeks.

  21. Giants, Cowboys, Redskins All Lose, Leave a Window Cracked for Eagles

    Nov 5, 2012, 1:29 AM EDT

    Hope is a dangerous thing. Hope can drive a man insane. But if you still hope the Eagles have a run in them this season, then it can’t hurt that they got a little help from their friends on Sunday.

  22. McLane: Eagles shouldnt have drafted Danny Watkins

    Nov 4, 2012, 4:11 AM EDT

    2011 first-round pick Danny Watkins turns 28 on Tuesday, but he is no closer to becoming a Pro Bowl right guard than at 27, much less a fixture on the Eagles’ offensive line. He is about to miss his second game in a row with an ankle injury, and Dennis Kelly might have a shot at replacing him. Folks are beginning to wonder out loud whether Watkins is going to be a bust, and the Inquirer’s Jeff McLane offers one of the sharpest critiques to date.

    Simply put: Watkins was a mistake.

  23. Eagles Injury Updates: Patterson Activated, Allen Questionable, Sproles Out

    Nov 3, 2012, 4:13 PM EDT

    Less than one year after undergoing brain surgery, Mike Patterson will return to the football field on Monday night. Also, Nate Allen is questionable with a hamstring injury, which could spell trouble for a reeling defense going up against Drew Brees.

  24. NHL Cancels Winter Classic, Is Season in Danger?

    Nov 2, 2012, 2:31 PM EDT

    There was a point in time where this might have been unthinkable. On Friday, the Winter Classic became just another casualty of the NHL lockout.

  25. Reid Lets Vick Off the Leash, Eagles Hold Players-Only Meeting

    Nov 1, 2012, 1:44 PM EDT

    After weeks of speculation, and a report on late Sunday evening that Andy Reid was making a switch under center for the Eagles’ Week 9 tilt against the New Orleans Saints, the embattled head coach attempted to put the controversy to rest on Thursday. Reid confirmed Michael Vick will be his quarterback, and stressed it is not subject to a “week-to-week” basis.