1. NBA Playoffs 2012: Philadelphia 76ers Make Winning Ugly a Thing of Beauty

    The Philadelphia 76ers went to battle in a Game 2 that was so ugly if it were my dog I would shave its butt and teach it to walk backward...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about 2 years ago 280 reads 1 comments

  2. Philadelphia 76ers vs. Boston Celtics: Looking to Renew a Rivalry

    The Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics are about to step onto the hardwood for the 19 th time in NBA playoff history...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about 2 years ago 974 reads 1 comments

  3. Philadelphia Sports Scene: Flyers Series Helps to Cure My Sports Depression

    I’m a Philadelphia sports fan through and through. If you were to take a look at the history of articles I’ ve written on this site, you’ll see stuff on almost all of the teams...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about 2 years ago 171 reads 0 comments

  4. Philadelphia Eagles' Team Speed Will Be to Much for the Atlanta Falcons

    When I think of this Eagles team, I’m reminded of the training montage in Rocky II. Rocky already had plenty of strength and an iron chin, but Mick knew that the thing that would put Rock over the top was speed...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about almost 3 years ago 484 reads 1 comments

  5. The Greatest Philadelphia Phillies Hitting Pitchers of All Time

    This year the Phillies can attribute a lot of their success to the seemingly never-ending array of aces that they trot out to the mound...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about almost 3 years ago 1,374 reads 8 comments

  6. Philadelphia Phillies: Does Domonic Brown Deserve a September Call-Up?

    The Philadelphia Phillies once considered Domonic Brown to be untouchable, but now he may be unwanted. Brown's struggles on the field have put him in a position where he might not even have a spot on the Phillies' expanded roster...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about almost 3 years ago 1,041 reads 8 comments

  7. Fantasy Football Draft Strategy for First Timers and Veterans

    Fantasy Football Draft Strategies are like parents with a newborn baby, in that people always believe they have the best one in the world and nobody can tell them different. Well, let me assure you that I am not one of those people...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about almost 3 years ago 6,666 reads 3 comments

  8. Philadelphia Phillies: Ryan Howard Gets Hot Thanks to Hunter Pence's Protection

    The talk was endless. The question was pondered ad nauseam. Who could possibly fill the void behind Ryan Howard and give him the necessary protection to put up the impressive numbers that we’ve seen in previous years...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about almost 3 years ago 559 reads 4 comments

  9. Phillies Winning Ways Put Them in Great Position…Or Does It?

    It turns out that Cliff Lee wasn 't content with just throwing eight innings of shutout baseball while only giving up four hits and striking out 10 batters...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about almost 3 years ago 793 reads 5 comments

  10. Randy Moss Eagles Rumors: Does Moss or Terrell Owens Fit Better in Philadelphia?

    With the Eagles signing just about every free agent under the sun who’s worth a damn and fits a need, some speculation has developed about the Birds bringing in either the ...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about almost 3 years ago 1,020 reads 1 comments

  11. Ronnie Brown Signing Continues Philadelphia Eagles' String of Surprise Moves

    The Philadelphia Eagles website is reporting that they have just agreed to a one year contract with former Dolphins running back Ronnie Brown...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about almost 3 years ago 878 reads 5 comments

  12. Philadelphia Phillies: Trades? We Don't Need No Stinking Trades

    You know when you say or hear something so many times that it begins to lose all meaning? Well, that’s how I feel when it comes to Philadelphia Phillies trade talks...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about almost 3 years ago 282 reads 11 comments

  13. 10 Actors/Characters Whose Performances Might Have Been Tainted by Steroids

    A story came out last week in which Charlie Sheen admitted to taking steroids during the filming of Major League...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about 3 years ago 11,220 reads 22 comments

  14. Philadelphia Phillies: Charlie Manuel's Lineup Shuffle May Have Found a Winner

    The Phillies batting lineup has seemingly been in a constant state of fluctuation so far this season...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about 3 years ago 3,041 reads 9 comments

  15. Philadelphia Phillies: Chase Utley Shows Up While Phillies Offense Wakes Up

    Chase Utley finished off what would normally be considered a bad night for anyone, let alone a player of Utley’s caliber, by grounding out in the bottom of the eighth to complete an 0-for-5 performance at the plate...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about 3 years ago 123 reads 4 comments

  16. NBA Playoffs 2011: Philadelphia Shows the Luv, but Sixers Cant Return the Favor

    I had already stuck the fork in them. The fat lady had sung, and I was turning out the lights on another Philadelphia 76ers season...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about 3 years ago 803 reads 7 comments

  17. NBA Playoffs 2011: Philadelphia 76ers vs. Miami Heat, Looking Ahead to Game 2

    Once the dust had settled from the Philadelphia 76ers and Miami Heat 's first round opener, the Heat were holding a 1-0 series lead, just as everyone had predicted...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about 3 years ago 1,060 reads 0 comments

  18. NBA Playoffs 2011: Philadelphia 76ers Must Try Anything and Everything vs. Miami

    At this point, you have probably read countless articles and predictions regarding the first-round series between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Miami Heat ...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about 3 years ago 363 reads 2 comments

  19. NBA Playoffs 2011: The Best and Worst Point Guards in This Year's Playoffs

    The point guard is one of the most pivotal positions for any team that is looking to be successful. On most teams he's the guy who handles the ball more than anyone else and starts the offense in motion...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about over 3 years ago 2,606 reads 0 comments

  20. 2011 NBA Playoffs: Philadelphia 76ers vs. Miami Heat Set for Round 1

    After weeks of speculation as to what seed the Sixers would receive in the playoffs, Monday's loss to the Orlando Magic solidified their position as the seventh seed...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about over 3 years ago 1,546 reads 9 comments

  21. Philadelphia 76ers: Top 10 Dunks of Their 2011 Season

    With only a handful of games left in the regular season, I thought it was time to take a look back on the 10 best dunks thrown down by the Sixers this year. When you think 76ers and dunking, you can't help but think of Dr...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about over 3 years ago 757 reads 1 comments

  22. Top 10 Dunks of the 2011 NBA Season

    With only a handful of games left in the NBA season, the time seemed right to look back on the 10 best in-game dunks. I should point out that to spread the wealth, players can only appear on this list one time...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about over 3 years ago 1,284 reads 7 comments

  23. Lou Williams Injury is Cause for Serious Concern for Philadelpia 76ers

    My clever attempt at an intro goes a little something like this. Any hopes that the Sixers had of pulling off an upset in the first round of the playoffs is now in big trouble...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about over 3 years ago 835 reads 13 comments

  24. Philadelphia Phillies: From a World Series Favorite to a Flawed Contender

    With Opening Day upon us and the Philadelphia Phillies preparing for their season opener against the Houston Astros on Friday, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at ...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about over 3 years ago 753 reads 3 comments

  25. 2011 NCAA Tournament: With VCU vs. Butler, Is It One Too Many Cinderellas?

    Everybody loves to root for an underdog. Whether it's David vs. Goliath or Rocky vs. Apollo Creed, people find the triumph of the underdog to inspire hope...

    Jarred Kidd Written by Jarred Kidd about over 3 years ago 1,591 reads 0 comments