Jay Feely Calls Tim Tebow NFL’s Worst Quarterback

Jay Feely told Jim Rome on Showtime during this Wednesday’s episode that Tim Tebow is the “single-worst quarterback I ever saw.”

Tim Tebow has not played in the NFL since 2012 with the Jets. Tebow had 39 passing yards, 0 touchdowns, 2 sacks. In 2011 with the Broncos, he had 1,729 passing yards, 12 touchdowns, 33 sacks, 6 interceptions. Tebow led the Broncos to a AFC West division title and a playoff win against the Steelers.

Today, Tebow does not have the skill set to be a starter in the NFL. However, that does not mean he can’t be useful to the Eagles offense. Maybe the Eagles can use Tebow as a wildcat specialist.

Sam Bradford’s Locker Shows Signs of Life

A caller called the afternoon show with Josh Innes and Tony Bruno. The caller said he was on a tour over the weekend at Lincoln Financial Field. He claimed Sam Bradford’s locker was empty and all the other players had things in their lockers.

A few callers later, another caller who’s Twitter name is Chris Roithmayr, confirmed Sam Bradford’s locker was not empty as of Monday.

Everyone seems to be in panic mode with the draft being right around the corner. Chip Kelly is unpredictable at the moment and has everyone on edge. What’s Chip Kelly’s next move?

And here is Howard Eskin’s thoughts on Philly Roads

Howard Eskin always expresses his feeling on social media, especially anything that has to do with Philadelphia. Let the truth be told by the king of Philly sports media himself.

Sixers fan wins season tickets hitting a half-court shot

Patrick Corcoran, a current Sixers season ticket holder, hits a half-court shot and wins season tickets for next season. This lucky fan was celebrating his birthday at Friday’s game against the Clippers. The Sixers still have a lot to worry about with filling seats again next season. After giving away tickets this season.

via csnphilly.com –  Sixers fan hits half-court shot to win free season tickets

According to ESPN, the NBA Attendance Report – 2015 ranks the Sixers 30/30 with  520,386 in attendance. The Sixers were within the top 5 in attendance from 2001-2004.

The Sixers are currently in rebuilding mode. Joel Embiid and Nerlens Noel will have opportunities to shine with the team. Nerlens Noel is already making a run towards rookie of the year.  Nerlens is currently #5 in Points Per Game Leader with 9.9 PTS. Embiid continues to be good at using twitter and making YouTube videos from his bed.

Flyers’ Vinny Lecavalier Lists Tampa Home for $4.45 Million

Vinny Lecavalier’s mansion located in Davis Islands in Tampa Florida is on the market. The mansion comes with a hefty price tag of $4.45 Million. Former Yankee Derek Jetter is one of many retired athletes that currently live on Davis Island. The mansion has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. It’s 7,636 square feet on a 0.3-acre lot.

Pictures – Flyers’ Vincent Lecavalier Lists Tampa Home for $4.45 Million

Lecavalier has 7G/11A  this season in 51 games played this season. The Flyers are 5th place in the metropolitan division with a record of 29/29. They are 20-9-6 at home, 9-20-10 away — struggling on the road.

Bleacher Report has low expectations for DeMarco Murray in 2015

As reported by Bleacher Report, DeMarco Murray is not going to run 1,845 yards again or have 392 rushing attempts in  2015.

Murray is not going to run for 1,845 yards again, though. He has one big thing going against him: Between Mathews, Darren Sproles and his own body, Murray will not get 392 carries like he did last season.

Murray has potential to gain more yards and attempts then last season with the Cowboys. He can get out of the plays that is over – either by getting out of bounds or getting down. Murray has the ability to wear down defense. In 2013, McCoy had 1,607 yards and 314 attempts running mostly east to west plays. Anything is possible when you’re not just running east to west plays and you’re following the coaches plays.

Bleacher Report – DeMarco Murray’s 2015 projection for fantasy football:

2015 Fantasy Projection: 292 rushing yards, 340 receiving yards and three touchdowns.

I just don’t agree with this projection at all. Why pay him $42 million for five seasons with those results? If so, he will not last long in Philadelphia for five seasons.

 

Are the Eagles trading Matt Barkley for Tim Tebow?

According to Dianna Marie Russini, sources with the Eagles are saying they are trying to trade Matt Barkley. If he is traded, there is 80% chance that Tim Tebow will be an Eagle.

Eagles Free Agent Roller Coaster Ride Ending?

Common sense would indicate yes this ride is coming to an end, a lot of moneys allocated, many holes filled. However, how much common sense and linear thinking have you seen emanating from the Nova Care complex in the last ten days? A franchise running back traded and a NFL top ten wide receiver permitted to test the market and subsequently left. A young promising QB traded for a slightly older but perhaps more promising QB who hasn’t just been bitten by the injury bug, the man has been mauled by an injury monster. Veterans have been cut: i.e Cole, Herremans, Williams and Casey. About the only development as crazy and unconventional as the moves we have witnessed by the Birds is perhaps Nate Allen having a boat load of cash dumped on him by the Raiders…What tape have they watched that we have not seen? Hey, I just heard someone out there mumble Carey Williams and that Seattle actually gave him more money than Eagles were unwilling to pay for his services….but at least he could play a little. Nate really couldn’t. Let’s not forget that a few of the holes are in fact not filled, and a team which intends to contend would not, alas should not elect to do so through the draft alone. Also as the ink on this blog begins to dry, All Pro guard Evan Mathis is again being shopped around the league to the highest bidder. So, unless Chip can either land a starting quality safety or a number one WR with any possible Mathis trade, he has in fact created another hole to be filled. This author would feel a whole lot more confident without a rookie at both guard positions,safety and number one wide receiver.(please don’t tell me Jordan Matthews can be our #1 next year) So to close this blog out I have convinced myself, if not you, that the free agent roller coaster is slowing down but not completely stopping…yet.

Jaguars fans put up billboard for DeMarco Murray

The Jacksonville Jaguars fans put up a billboard for DeMarco Murray. Too bad the Eagles scored DeMarco Murray first. This shows you how bad other teams wanted Murray on their team. I am glad he signed with the Eagles for a five-year deal.