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Limited Edition Hoodies Now Available!

Kyle Scott - February 23, 2018

LIMITED EDITION!

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We are only doing a limited run of these hoodies. They are printed on super-soft, premium blends. The Philly Special is on a Bella Canvas sponge hoodie, and No One Likes Us We Don’t Care is on a lightweight French terry.

Also available, the best tank top ever:

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Shipping note: These will ship in roughly 14 days. We are still working to fulfill the first run of orders and are currently running at about 14-day shipping timeframes. If you have a previous order that has not yet been fulfilled, we are working HARD to get them out. My life goal is to have 99.8% of current orders shipped this weekend. We are only doing one run of the hoodies. The tank top will continue to be available into the summer.

We will only be doing one run of these hoodies, so if you want one, act fast.

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The Is The Must Read Doug Pederson Piece After The Super Bowl

Kyle Scott - February 12, 2018

Peter King dropped an incredible MMQB today— he spent Saturday morning at the NovaCare Complex with Doug Pederson, Frank Reich (respect), and wide receivers coach Mike Groh going over the Eagles’ game-winning touchdown pass to Zach Ertz.

There is so much good stuff in here, I’m not even sure what to excerpt. But here’s a taste:

Foles wears a wristband with the Eagles’ play sheet for the day on it. In the Super Bowl, the wristband had 194 plays in tiny agate type. Pederson scanned all his possible third-down calls and found one he’d liked for weeks … number 145, a triple-bunch formation clustered to the right, a speedy back in Star motion, and tight end Zach Ertz alone at the left of the formation.

Foles looked at the wristband and found play 145. With the play clock running, Foles said to his huddle: “Gun trey left, open buster star motion … 383 X follow Y slant.”

They broke the huddle.

Everyone is talking about Philly Special (rightfully so), and while on the surface there is nothing remarkable about the touchdown throw to Ertz, King takes us inside to learn about the genesis of the play, which the Eagles ran for the first time in this configuration with just over two minutes to go in the Super Bowl.

Few things:

  1. Pederson’s philosophy to have three variations of plays to run out of different formations is brilliant.
  2. This really makes you appreciate, and miss, Frank Reich.
  3. Wide receivers coach Mike Groh sounds like he’s going to get a long, hard look at the open offensive coordinator position.

This piece is a must-read. You can do it here.

Crossing Broadcast: Parade and The New Normal

Kyle Scott - February 12, 2018

Kyle, Adam and Russ discuss the parade, Meek, and losing important coaches. Continue Reading

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Court Docket: Jon Ritchie Arrested for DUI and Simple Assault

Kyle Scott - February 9, 2018

According to a court docket obtained by Crossing Broad, Jon Ritchie was arrested Friday morning for DUI and simple assault.

We’re awaiting confirmation and a statement from 94 WIP, but you can view the docket below, a public record, which identifies the accused as Jon David Ritchie of Bryn Mawr:

Ritchie was not on the air Friday, replaced by Tra Thomas.

No One Likes Us Shirts Now Available!

Kyle Scott - February 8, 2018

No one likes us, no one likes us, no one likes us, we don’t care. We’re from Philly, fucking Philly, no one likes us, we don’t care.

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Video: Jason Kelce’s Speech, In Full

Kyle Scott - February 8, 2018

NO ONE LIKES US, NO ONE LIKES US, NO ONE LIKES US, WE DON’T CARE.

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Jason Kelce Is Killing It With The F Bombs

Kyle Scott - February 8, 2018

Jason Kelce, the everyman.

Live Stream: NBC Sports Philly Parade Coverage

Kyle Scott - February 8, 2018

Video after the jump. Continue Reading

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