It’s been a wild ride so far. The NFL never disappoints – well, maybe Thursday Night Football can be pretty disappointing sometimes, but generally speaking.
The Chicago Bears bounced back from their Week 1 loss to the Green Bay Packers and took down Vic Fangio’s famed Denver defense over at Mile
German Rubstov – He gets high marks. He’s back where he was pre-injuries. He’s strong on his skates, makes intelligent plays and is already solid on the PK. All great signs for him to start the season with.
Joel Farabee – He knows where to go without the puck.
On July 1st the Flyers signed defenseman, Chris Bigras to a two-year, two-way contract. The Rangers had this RFA, but they never made him an offer. Now 24, he’s coming off an ankle injury that saw him shut down his season last February. Getting the first practice under his belt
Voorhees - - As Flyers rookie camp is getting ready to wind down. I thought with all the press the offense was getting that I’d highlight a few lesser-known defensemen.
I profiled Wyatte Wylie here:
He didn’t show much push back here at camp, but he has done that occasionally with the
1) Blame ownership for the dysfunction that transpired in the offseason and seemingly ruined this year’s draft. When you cut a third-round pick in this year’s draft, that’s a problem. The kicking issue started with one GM and ended with another. Blame the owner for not questioning why you wouldn’t
Wyatte Wylie is a 6-0, 188-pound defenseman who the Flyers took in the fifth round of the 2018 NHL Draft. The Everett, Washington native has made a big jump this past year and as a result, should be rewarded with an entry-level contract. So far that hasn’t happened.
He turns 20
These aren’t ranked. Right now, these are the players I’ve identified with the best chance to win the award. I may change this before the season starts.
Jack Hughes - Whether he plays center or wing, he should get time on the top power play. If he ends up on a
The unsealed is a new website that is breaking new ground. There's a powerful duo running it. Lauren Brill, who worked at CBS affiliates in Cleveland and Buffalo. She’s a terrific writer to boot. Audra Frimpong is an attorney who was an All-American track and field athlete, who ran the
Why does it still exist? With the way the baseball is, and the fact that everyone is mashing, why bother having pitchers that you don’t really trust in your bullpen, but you’ll bring them in when there’s a huge lead because who cares?
The Mets lost a six-run lead yesterday in
The easiest thing in the world to say is you’re not sure how good this young player is going to be. Some hide behind that and some just don’t know, and that’s ok. My take is nobody can know for sure but after seeing him play the last three seasons