On this week's podcast: A preview the big NFC East showdown between the Eagles and Cowboys, a look back at some classic Birds-Cowboys games, the curious home vs. road fortunes of the Sixers and Flyers, and why shooting coaches need to stay off Twitter.
Even with Golden Tate, how realistic a shot do the Eagles have of winning the NFC East? Tom Moore and Patrick Berkery break down the Birds' chances on this week's podcast. They also say good riddance to the Wing Bowl, and discuss the Sixers' backcourt dilemma and the problematic pace of play in Major League Baseball.
With the Eagles struggling to find their mojo, Tom Moore and Patrick Berkery consider Howie Roseman's impact on the team's play. Tom and Patrick also wonder how much confidence Sixers coach Brett Brown really has in Markelle Fultz, whether or not the Flyers are anything more than a .500 team, and which young players will step up this season for Jay Wright's Villanova Wildcats.
The Sixers are back, without the legitimate third star head coach Brett Brown had hoped to land in the offseason. Can Markelle Fultz develop into that star to complement Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons? Tom Moore and Patrick Berkery discuss, along with some Eagles and Flyers talk, on this week's podcast.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, but are the Eagles desperate enough to go after LeSean McCoy? Tom Moore and Patrick Berkery discuss the many issues plaguing the Eagles as they fight to stay alive in the NFC East, along with a recap of the Flyers' dismal home opener (and Gritty's regular season debut!) and a look at how Sixers head coach Brett Brown could deploy his weapons off the bench.
Are the Eagles really a .500 team? Can Markelle Fultz follow-up on his strong preseason showing against the Magic? Tom Moore and Patrick Berkery tackle these questions and more on this week's podcast, including a look at the Flyers' goaltending situation as the season begins, and some best guesses as to who is - and who isn't - with the Phillies next season.
This week on the podcast: What's the deal with Gritty? Tom and Patrick get into some real talk about the Flyers' bug-eyed new mascot. They also look back on Carson Wentz's return, while looking ahead to the Eagles' Week 4 matchup with the Titans, and the upcoming Sixers season.
This week on Moore Philly Sports: The return of Carson Wentz (and Jordan Matthews), key offseason issues for the Phillies, and finally - the Sixers have a GM. Tom Moore and Patrick Berkery get into all this and more.
This week on the podcast: Tom and Patrick look back on a sloppy week one for the Eagles and preview week two. Do we know any more now about the Phillies' core than we did at the beginning of the season? And some words of praise - and a great story - about newly-minted Hall of Famer and Sixers legend Maurice Cheeks.
Are you ready for some Eagles football??!! Tom Moore answers pressing questions about the Eagles' chances to repeat as Super Bowl Champions on this week's podcast. Tom and Patrick also look back on the career of Ryan Howard, and with Doug Pederson's media tongue-lashing still fresh in everyone's mind, Tom recalls some of the more memorable press conferences he's covered over the years. Tom also talks about some of the different flavors of ice cream on offer in the Citizens Bank Park media...
This week on the podcast: Who's in and who's out as the Eagles try to get down to 53 players. Why didn't Phillies GM Matt Klentak get Cole Hamels at the trade deadline? And how will recent front office promotions impact the Sixers' GM search?
Plenty of Eagles talk on this week's podcast. Tom Moore and Patrick Berkery discuss the likelihood of Nick Foles being under center for the season opener, the Birds' banged-up running back corps, and the confusion over the NFL's new "helmet rule." Tom and Patrick also think Odubel Herrera is long overdue for a break, and that the Phillies' road-heavy schedule down the stretch might prove too tough to overcome.