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 The Good, The Bad, The Ugly in Philly Sports
I am so psyched about hockey season starting in October. The Flyers signed, arguably, the best player in the world in Peter Forsberg. With the acquisition of Derien Hatcher to the blue line, the Flyers are becoming the team to beat in the NHL.

Eagles training camp has started and Terrell Owens is acting the way I hoped he would, keeping his trap shut and playing ball. However, the no show of Brian Westbrook is bad. He is an integral part of the Offense and needs to be in camp and happy.

I am done with the Phillies. They are an ugly franchise, have not made the playoffs since '93 and only once in the last 22 years. So why not resign the GM, who orchestrated the last 7 years of mediocrity or worse, to two more years. The only hope with a non-playoff season by the Phillies was to get rid of the Milhouse Van Houten of baseball GMs.

Go Flyers, Go Eagles, I can't take the Phils anymore,

Posted by Paul @ 9:03 PM 4 comments