Posts Tagged ‘Philly Sports News’

TSP NFT’s Opening Day…Sports Digital Art

April 1st, 2021 by Leo | No Comments | Filed in Flyers, General, NBA, NHL, PhillyWood, Sixers, Twitter

TSP NFT’s Opening Day…Sports Digital Art


Look Below for Original TSP NFT…

Below are images or shots or Digital Art or NFT’s depending on your view…

TSP finds the new industry and technology an interesting place in the Sports World.

What is NFT Crypto?

It’s a rising type of technology called a non-fungible token, or NFT. … Think of an NFT as a unique proof of ownership over something you can’t usually hold in your hand — a piece of digital art, a digital coupon, maybe a video clip.


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Philly Sports News: March is Madness

March 30th, 2021 by Leo | No Comments | Filed in Flyers, General, MLB, NHL, Phillies, Sixers, Sports

Philly Sports Madness In March


Clicking on Images will take you to various Scoreboards or a larger view of the image.

Below is a collection of some of the Sports madness in March…


 Phils Get Ready for Home Opener


 Congrats USA Men’s Soccer Team


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Philly Sports News: Twitter Highlights

March 27th, 2021 by Leo | No Comments | Filed in 94WIP, Baseball, Basketball, Flyers, General, MLB, NBA, NCAA, NHL, Phillies, Sixers, Twitter

Philly Sports Highlights March 2021



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Jaws Youth Program Updates

February 28th, 2021 by Leo | No Comments | Filed in Charity, Eagles, Events, Football, General, NFL

Jaws Youth Program Updates


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AFC-NFC Championship Sunday

January 24th, 2021 by FootballWiz | No Comments | Filed in Football, General, NFL, Sports

AFC-NFC Championship Sunday

Maxwell Club Momentum

By Joseph Santoliquito

Maxwell Football Club Weekly Pro Football Update
Championship Weekend


Highlights of notable NFL performances for the week ending Jan. 17.

This weekend holds the key to the door of Super Bowl LV. The final four teams are set and this Sunday will determine the special two clubs that will head to Tampa Bay.

Championship Sunday begins with the NFC Championship Game, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-5) travel to play the Green Bay Packers (14-3) for the George Halas Trophy at Lambeau Field (3:05 PM ET, FOX). The Buccaneers are appearing in their first Championship Game since the 2002 season, when they went on to win Super Bowl XXXVII, while the Packers are making their second consecutive appearance. The game features the quarterback with the most postseason wins in NFL history, Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady (32), against the franchise with the most world championships, Green Bay (13).

In the AFC on Sunday (6:40 PM ET, CBS), the top two seeds in the conference, the Buffalo Bills (15-3) and Kansas City Chiefs (15-2), face off at Arrowhead Stadium for the Lamar Hunt Trophy. Buffalo’s Josh Allen (24 years old) and Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes (25) could become just the second pair of opposing quarterbacks under the age of 26 to start a conference Championship Game, joining Vince Ferragamo (25 years old) of the Los Angeles Rams and Doug Williams (24) of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 1979 NFC title game.

The Bills are playing in the AFC Championship for the first time since the 1993 season, when they defeated the Chiefs to advance to Super Bowl XXVIII. Kansas City, meanwhile, is only the second team in NFL history to host three consecutive Championship Games, joining the 2002-04 Philadelphia Eagles, who were also led by head coach Andy Reid.
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Maxwell Football Club Pro Momentum

December 20th, 2020 by FootballWiz | No Comments | Filed in Eagles, Football, General, NFL, Sports
The Maxwell Momentum

The Maxwell Momentum


Maxwell Football Club Weekly Pro Football Update – Week 15
Highlights of notable NFL performances for the week ending Dec. 15.

The Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns stamped an exclamation point on a thrilling week in what has been a thrilling season of NFL football by carving their names next to a record that had stood undisturbed for 98 years.

Until Monday night, when Baltimore and Cleveland combined for nine rushing touchdowns, only a pair of 1922 games had ever included as many touchdowns on the ground.

Then, the Ravens and Browns decided the game in the air.

Lamar Jackson threw a 44-yard, fourth-down touchdown pass to Marquise Brown to give Baltimore a 42-35 lead with 1:51 remaining. Then, after Cleveland’s Kareem Hunt scored on a 22-yard pass from Baker Mayfield with 1:04 left, the Ravens’ Justin Tucker converted a 55-yard, game-winning field goal in the final seconds.

Was it the game of the year?

In a season stocked with game-of-the-year candidates, it may be. There are 48 games remaining to determine that in what has been a crazy season.

History Fuels Playoff Hopes

In each of the past 42 seasons (1977-2019, excluding 1982, when divisional play did not occur), at least one team has won its division the season after missing the playoffs. This week, with either a Cleveland loss on Sunday or a win on Monday Night Football at Cincinnati (8:15 PM ET, ESPN), the Pittsburgh Steelers (11-2) can extend that streak.

Since 1990, at least four teams every season have qualified for the playoffs after failing to make the postseason the year before.

At least two teams have won their divisions the season after missing the playoffs in 16 of the past 17 years.

And in 15 of the past 17 seasons, at least one team finished in first place in its division the season after finishing in last or tied for last place. In fact, of the 48 teams in league history to go from “worst-to-first,” 25 of them have done so in the past 17 years (2003-19), including an NFL-record three such teams in 2005 and 2006. Two teams during that span, the 2009 New Orleans Saints and the 2017 Philadelphia Eagles, won the Super Bowl after finishing in last place in their divisions the season before.

Saturdays Are Special In December

The NFL kicks off its annual schedule of Saturday games this week when the Buffalo Bills (10-3) travel to play the Denver Broncos (5-8) at Empower Field at Mile High (4:30 PM ET, NFLN). In Game 2 of the doubleheader, the Carolina Panthers (4-9) are at the Green Bay Packers (10-3), who clinched the NFC North title last week, on Saturday night (8:15 PM ET, NFLN).

Bills quarterback Josh Allen ranks sixth in the NFL with a career-high 3,641 passing yards and could become just the second player in Buffalo history to reach 4,000 in a single season, joining Drew Bledsoe (4,359 passing yards in 2002).

Denver rookie wide receiver KJ Hamler caught two touchdowns in the team’s road win last week. Hamler is one of nine NFL rookies with at least three receiving touchdowns this season.

Green Bay wide receiver Davante Adams had seven receptions for 115 yards and one touchdown in the Packers’ Week 14 win. He has recorded a touchdown reception in eight consecutive games, tied for the third-longest streak within a single season in the Super Bowl era. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice (12 games in 1987) and A.J. Green (nine games in 2012) have longer streaks. (more…)

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Eagles vs Green Bay, All I Can Say…

December 6th, 2020 by Leo | No Comments | Filed in Eagles, Football, General, NFL, TalkSportsPhilly

Eagles vs Packers


All I can say is Pray… Because unless all the stars align and Philly has a heart of a Lion til the last second of the game then they will not walk away with a victory in hand.  Leo predicts 31-24 Green Bay Win, lets hope I am wrong.  Fairytail prediction 28-24 Eagles victory!  As I said, lets Pray…

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