My goodness.

Very few people (Kyle) thought the Eagles could pull off the upset against the Rams, despite the Eagles having a ton of players on IR and no Carson Wentz due to a fractured vertebra. But somehow they did. And Nick Foles returned to his form from a year ago despite the Birds being a 13.5 point underdog for a 30-23 shocker of a victory in LA. It was Philly’s largest upset win since 1995.

He went 24-of-31 for 270 yards and an interception, which doesn’t look like anything special. But that’s why you watch games and not look at boxscores. It was the second time the Birds scored at least 30 points all year.

Kevin will have more with his takeaways later this morning. But for now, enjoy it.

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The Roundup:

The Flyers couldn’t pull off miracles this weekend, losing to the Oilers 4-1 and to the Canucks the following night 5-1. The team has lost four straight.

Head coach Dave Hakstol could possibly lose his job. Anthony reports that a change could be made today. Other reports suggest the Flyers are hiring Joel Quenneville as his replacement, but the Flyers have done nothing so far and plan on having Hakstol run practice today. So we have that.

The Flyers host Detroit on Tuesday.

It was a so-so weekend for the Sixers. Despite Joel Embiid putting up 40 points and 21 rebounds, the Sixers fell short against the Pacers Friday night. But they did pick things up with a win over the Cavaliers yesterday with Jimmy Butler back and Ben Simmons putting up a triple-double.

Brett Brown reportedly spent a ton of time with Embiid after he said he was unhappy with his role.

Ownership is reportedly split on trading Markelle Fultz.

They view his becoming a star for another team worse than him remaining a Sixer and continuing to struggle. Former general manager Bryan Colangelo, who drafted Fultz, would get the blame in the latter scenario. However, the front-office holdovers and ownership group would have to look at themselves in the mirror if they trade Fultz for next to nothing and he goes on to become the star they thought he was going to be when they drafted him.

Perhaps that’s why, at this time, the Sixers are unwilling to settle for just any deal.

A league source said the Sixers don’t want to part ways with Fultz unless a first-round pick is packaged in a deal for him. And they’re not talking about a late first-rounder, either.

League executives believe the Sixers will settle for less as it gets closer to the Feb. 7 trade deadline, because there really isn’t a trade market for Fultz right now. There’s too much skepticism surrounding his shooting woes and his shoulder issues.

They’re in San Antonio tonight to take on the Spurs. Tip-off is at 8:30 PM on NBC Sports Philadelphia.

Manny Machado will stop in Philadelphia later this week. He’ll also visit the White Sox.

In college hoops:

The Union signed Brazilian forward Sergio Santos.

The Wings lost their first game against the Buffalo Bandits 17-15.

In other sports news, the Bears clinched the NFC North, while Jalen Ramsey has no love for Doug Marrone in Jacksonville.

James Dolan might sell the Knicks if the offer is right.

In the news, Vernon Odom retired after 42 years with 6ABC and Action News.

Google began a $1 billion expansion in New York City.