Alright, the liberation to get back to writing political and social commentary! Perhaps I owe a debt of gratitude to the far left lunatics who tried cyber-bullying me in recent days. They obviously had no idea who they were dealing with. Let's start with what actually happened. During Thursday night's Philadelphia Eagles preseason game, backup … Continue reading Liberated by Kaepernick-supporting lefty trolls
Today is Super Bowl Sunday, one of the biggest sporting days in the world. It is estimated that well over 100 million people worldwide will tune in to watch the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams battle to become this year’s champions of the National Football League at some point. The game won’t hold the same edge-of-your-seat passionate interest that … Continue reading In 1902, the new Philadelphia baseball rivalry spilled over to pro football
Nick Foles takes over as Eagles QB after injury to Carson Wentz This afternoon for the first time since the 2013 season the Philadelphia Eagles will take part in an NFL playoff game. For my fellow Eagles fans, if it seems that we've suffered through a long drought without a postseason appearance, that's because we … Continue reading Can Eagles fly without Carson Wentz?
A major firestorm broke out in the American professional sports world this past week. That fire took the form of athletes protesting by kneeling, or not showing up at all, at the playing of the United States national anthem prior to games. The protests were allegedly in response to comments made by the President of … Continue reading NFL players and other athletes getting it wrong with anthem/flag protests
Working the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia To say that the 2017 NFL Draft, held in my hometown of Philadelphia over the last three days, was a major success would be an understatement. I got to experience this signature event of the National Football League up close and in person as a Sergeant with the … Continue reading My Experience at the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia