When the Sixers are Good Again, Who Will Challenge Them?

BY PAUL MANCANO—It could be a while before the Philadelphia 76ers are back in contention for an NBA title. That elusive forth title seems further than ever now following the news that Joel Embiid will miss the entire 2015-16, and may never play in an NBA game.

However, The Process chugs on, churning out draft picks, promising youngsters, and Steve Zack (@szack0). There is hope. There were never promises of NBA rings, but if things go according to Hinkie’s grand scheme, the Sixers could be back in legitimate contention in, say, three to six years. Continue reading


An Extensive, Semi-Serious Guide to the 2014-15 Sixers Season


Guess what day it is, guess what day it is.



I don’t remember being this excited for a season since… last season. But before that, since… Bynum. But before that, since the Iverson era. So not very long ago. But I’m still excited. Irrationally excited. Continue reading

Eagles vs. Rams Preview: The Meese Make Their Picks

BY PAUL MANCANO—It’s been a week of doubt, hurt, and distrust for Eagles fans. Following a frustrating loss to 49ers on Sunday, in which the already legendary Chip Kelly offense seemed to have missed the flight from Philly, Birds fans just want someone to blame. The problem is the fault lies with all too many; Kelly, the offensive line, LeSean McCoy, Riley Cooper, Nick Foles, to name a few. After a loss like that, it’s hard to find any silver linings in Chip’s playbook. Continue reading

Moose Call: A Semi-Serious Prediction of Every 2014 Eagles Game

BY PAUL MANCANO—Ah, yes, it’s that time again. Preseason is winding down and roster cuts are approaching. The perfect time for some bold regular season predictions. And if there’s one thing the Moose loves, besides taking a long drink from the Schuylkill River to clear his head, it’s bold regular season predictions. Continue reading

Moose Call: Jordan Matthews Will Be Better Than Marqise Lee

By Paul Mancano – Almost three months ago, the Eagles made one of the most questionable moves in the franchise’s history when they cut wide receiver DeSean Jackson.

Don’t worry, this article will not be about DeSean Jackson. That horse was beaten dead in the week that followed, then roundhouse kicked in the jaw repeatedly in the months that followed. We watched as ESPN dragged out a bunch of talking heads to basically tell the nation they had no friggin’ clue what the hell Chip Kelly was thinking. Continue reading