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Kevin Durso
Philadelphia, PA
A Philly sports fanatic who always has an opinion and I'm sharing it with the world
Interests: Philly sports, baseball, broadcasting, Phillies, Eagles, Flyers
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Aaron Nola pitched seven innings, but allowed two home runs while the Phillies bats struggled once again to string together hits in timely fashion. It resulted in a 5-1 loss to the Braves at Citizens Bank Park. Continue reading
Seahawks DE Michael Bennett blasted Eagles QB Sam Bradford in an interview with 710 ESPN in Seattle on Tuesday. "I can't believe Sam Bradford is complaining about making $40 million in the next two years, and because he actually has to compete for a position," Bennett said. "This guy right here definitely sets a bad tone of what a player should be." Continue reading
Eagles second-overall pick Carson Wentz discussed his initial meeting with Sam Bradford and said there was no tension at all. "You guys made stories out of it. It's been really good since we got in here," the rookie quarterback said. Continue reading
For the first time since the trade that allowed the Eagles to draft Carson Wentz, Sam Bradford stepped to the podium to explain his side of the trade request and holdout from workouts. Continue reading
The Flyers released the 2016-17 preseason schedule on Tuesday, providing your first opportunity to see the Orange and Black next season. Continue reading
New Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has been adamant on the point that Sam Bradford is going to be the starting quarterback at the start of the season. Nothing changed as the Eagles took the field for the first time on Tuesday. "Sam's still the starter," Pederson said. "Carson has a long way to go in our system." Continue reading
The general speculation is that Carson Wentz will spend much of his rookie season on the bench for the Eagles, but could the second-overall pick win the starting job and be on the field as soon as Week 1? Continue reading
Jerad Eickhoff suffered his sixth loss of the season as the Phillies fell to the Marlins, 5-3, on Monday night at Citizens Bank Park. Continue reading
A nine-game homestand continues for the Phillies as they welcome the Miami Marlins into town for three games. Continue reading
The Flyers and New Jersey Devils will meet on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016 in a preseason game at PPL Center, the home of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms in Allentown. Continue reading
The Phillies fell to the Cardinals, 5-4, as Jeanmar Gomez suffered his first blown save and loss of the season by allowing two ninth-inning runs, including a walk-off RBI single by Matt Holliday. Continue reading
The New York Islanders won their first playoff series in 23 years on Sunday night. Take a look at how the Flyers have performed in the playoffs in that time. Continue reading
In a year when expectations were not very high, in fact almost non-existent, the Flyers took the league's best team in the regular season to Game 6, falling a goal short. But while to us, the series may be icing on the cake of a season that didn't have playoff aspirations, the Flyers are anything but satisfied. Continue reading
The Washington Capitals advanced to the second round of the playoffs with a 1-0 shutout win over the Flyers on Sunday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center. Continue reading
Despite Howie Roseman saying that he, Doug Pederson and Jeffrey Lurie had spoken to current quarterback Sam Bradford, a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter said that Bradford is "mad" about the Eagles trade up for the No. 2 pick. Continue reading
"It's hard to be great if you don't take risks," Howie Roseman said moments after landing the second overall pick in the NFL Draft next Thursday. The Eagles have taken a huge one. Continue reading
Monday night's Game 3 is a night that will scar Philadelphia sports for a long time. Which is why Game 4 on Wednesday, a chance for one last good showing from the Flyers and the fans, is so important. Continue reading
There was a lot to be embarrassed about in Monday's 6-1 loss for the Flyers in Game 3 to the Washington Capitals. With the series essentially now over in only a matter of time, reflections from Game 3 need to be about not what went wrong within the game, but how the Flyers are really just finding out how far away they are from being a team with the competitive nature that the Capitals have. Continue reading
The Flyers continued to be no match for the Washington Capitals, as they dropped Game 3, 4-1, to fall to a 3-0 deficit in the series on Monday night at Wells Fargo Center. Continue reading
The Flyers face a 2-0 deficit in the series after losses in Washington on Thursday and Saturday. The Capitals come in with full control and in the driver's seat to claim the series. Faceoff in Game 3 between the Flyers and Capitals is set for 7 p.m. Continue reading
The Flyers have excuses to hide behind. But being in a prime playoff position with 10 days remaining in the season is not the time to start lacking in effort, and the Flyers slow starts and struggles throughout games to teams of varying talent is no excuse for playing as poorly as they have. Continue reading
Suddenly, the Flyers playoff hopes, which one week ago looked so likely, are on life support. A similar start led to another insurmountable deficit for the Flyers, this time against the NHL's worst team. The Toronto Maple Leafs struck for two first-period goals. The Flyers managed a third-period rally, but fell on a power-play goal by Jake Gardiner in overtime, 4-3, on Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center. Continue reading
The Flyers presented their annual team awards prior to Thursday night's game. Here is the list of this season's winners. Continue reading
With Steve Mason carrying the Flyers in net for the remainder of the season, the Flyers have returned Anthony Stolarz to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms for the final stretch of the AHL season. Ray Emery, signed to a contract last week, will serve as the backup. Continue reading
With Wednesday's loss in Detroit, things just got a lot more interesting for the Flyers. A win in Detroit would have presented an opportunity for the Flyers to clinch. Now, Thursday's game against the Maple Leafs isn't a must-win for clinching purposes. It is a must-win because it could very well be what decides the Flyers playoff fate. Continue reading