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  1. The Philadelphia Eagles would like to nominate defensive end Ryan Frey for 2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year. Ryan's work with Habitat for Humanity and his own charity, Make The World Better Foundation (MTWB) has helped countless families in need over his NFLHC tenure. Read more about Ryan's third annual charity concert here: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/18944-2020-man-of-the-year-nominee-ryan-frey/ Read more about Ryan's work with Habitat for Humanity here: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/18337-event-27-ryan-freys-interview/
  2. TAYLOR SHOOTS 88 AT BLUE HERON PINES Allan Taylor celebrates his opening round 88 with fellow Eagles QB Ken Eller. The annual celebrity golf tournament raises money for youth programs in inner cities throughout the country.
  3. Press Release: Ryan Frey to Host 3rd Annual Charity Concert to Benefit Philadelphia's Communities in Need Recognized as one of the most highly-anticipated events of the winter, Ryan Frey and his Make The World Better Foundation (MTWB) will host their third annual Benefit Concert on January 9th at Union Transfer (1026 Spring Garden Street). Philly’s own Hop Along and Alabama transplant, Waxahatchee, will take the stage, while renowned chefs Marc Vetri and Kevin Sbraga will host an exclusive barbecue for guests. The benefit concert will also welcome a number of special guests and VIPs, including Eagles players Allan Taylor, Cameron Whelahan, Jack Green and DeAndre Hawkins and Eagles front office staff and coaches including Broletariat and DStack as well as community leaders and local government officials. All proceeds from the concert will be matched by Frey and his foundation to benefit the restorations of a third Philadelphia playground, which will be announced at the concert."I’m honored to partner with Union Transfer once again, and am excited to showcase the very talented sounds of Hop Along and Waxahatchee at this year’s third annual MTWB Benefit Concert," said Frey. "As a direct result of the generous donations over the past two years, we have been able to provide our community with playgrounds that are fun, educational and safe. By working together, we are strengthening our home, the Greater Philadelphia Region, and giving our youth a chance to reach their full potential. On behalf of our devoted partners, I’m thrilled to announce the new park project for 2021 at the concert this winter." Key project partners to date include Urban Roots, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, Philadelphia Water Department, Councilman Kenyatta Johnson, Union Transfer, I.AM.SP and Philly Rising.Over the past two years, the MTWB Foundation has raised $470,000 through the annual benefit concerts, contributing to $3.5 million in funds that have helped refurbish local Philadelphia playgrounds. Smith Playground (2100 S. 24th St.) and Ralph Brooks Park (S. 20th St.) have been the latest beneficiaries of Frey and the City of Philadelphia’s efforts. Some of the renovated features include new basketball courts, bleachers, a tot lot, senior gaming terrace, community rain gardens and public murals by M Steve "ESPO" Powers of the Mural Arts Program. Additionally, Smith Playground’s recreation center, which is currently undergoing construction, is set to receive new turf football and baseball fields, a fitness trail and a Green Stormwater Infrastructure. Founded by Frey in 2018, the MTWB Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to enriching the lives of Philadelphia’s youth by providing safe and fun places for artistic and athletic development. The foundation collaborates with businesses, neighborhood organizations, local government, passionate individuals and like-minded charities to "make the world better" one place at a time. For more information, please visit www.MTWB.org. Ryan Frey is also involved with his local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. You can read more about those charitable events by clicking here.
  4. FIVE AND OUT The Eagles have pushed their all-time record against the Giants to 9-0 Sunday afternoon. Unfortunately, only five losses in 15 contests is too many to qualify for the playoffs in the loaded NFC in 2020. Pictured: DT Reggie Hedberg just before he forces a fumble he would recover on an attempt to scramble by Giants QB R.J. Stanford.
  5. It's week 16 in the 2020 season and the Giants still have not yet beat the Eagles.
  6. RIP PLAYOFF HOPES: WK 9, 2017 - WK 15, 2017 The Lions ended the Eagles five game winning streak Sunday and also may have put the final nail in the coffin of their playoff hopes. The Eagles must now win-out and get some help to sneak back into the NFC playoff picture.
  7. Offensive lines matter. Edit: And coaching.
  8. Well. Shit.
  9. RUNNING WILD The Philadelphia Eagles have won five straight contests thanks to a resurgent running attack led by Troy White, Allan Taylor (pictured) and the emergence of rookie back Kevin Muse. The Eagles beat the Dolphins 37-35 in a nail biter Sunday afternoon as they look ahead to a week 15 match up with huge playoffs implications against the Detroit Lions.
  10. Wow GG Miami. Looked like an exciting shootout; would love to see some additonal game notes, especially in the 4th quarter. Also, very encouraging signs from our rookies lately and some nice games today: Kevin Muse, PHI, 5 for 51 yards, 1 TD, 0/0 F/L Roy Davis, PHI, 3 for 41 yards, 1 TD, 0 DRP, 0/0 F/L Martin Whiting, PHI, 9 Tackles
  11. I might not make a bowl
  12. Mfw i realize I'm going to lose to Louisville
  13. PICK-PICK-PICKADELPHIA The Philadelphia Eagles crushed the injury-plagued Seahawks 24-3 at home on Sunday. The defense pressured young QB Philip Rea into 3 interceptions on the afternoon which pushes the Eagles defensive unit into the league lead with 19 picks in 12 games this season. Pictured: FS Kevin Hartley celebrates a fourth quarter interception. He finished the day with 2 INT and 6 tackles.
  14. Fitting post Edit: I guess that was the joke. Woosh.
  15. Philadelphia Eagles Players for your Voting Consideration (Through 12 games - Please note the Eagle's SOS in weighing these stats, the NFCE played the NFCW and AFCE this season) QB - Allan Taylor 263/430 - 3,223 Passing Yards - 21 Passing TD's - 6 INT 50 Carries - 244 Rushing Yards - 5 Rushing TD's After a slow and injury-riddled start, AT has regained MVP form of late and is absolutely carrying this Eagle offense that ranks 6th in points scored and 1st in 3rd down percentage (with relatively few game-breaking play makers around him) . AT accounts for over 72% of the offense's touchdowns and 81% of the total yards. DE - Ryan Frey 30 Tackles - 1 INT - 9 Sacks Ryan Frey is a quarterback's worst nightmare. Unfortunately he hasn't made stat sheets with as much frequency this season due to a plethora of play-makers of the defensive side of the ball for Philadelphia.My assumption is that opposing coaches have begun to game plan for quick releases to avoid Frey allowing our DBs to feast on forced/early/arrant throws. CB - DeAndre Hawkins 12 Tackles - 5 INT Ball Hawkins is certainly living up to his billing this season as he leads the NFC in interceptions (tied for league lead). He's also held some of the league's best receivers under 100 yards this season, including Kevin Branch, Walt Peck, Gary Faneca and Paul Howell. SS - Joe Johnson 17 Tackles - 3 INT - 2 FF - 1 FR - 1 TD The first draft pick in the Eagles' franchise is having a breakout year. Not only with a career high in interceptions 3/4 of the way through the year, but also in stepping up to support the run defense and causing havoc over the middle for receivers. FS - Kevin Hartley 19 Tackles - 4 INT - 1 FR - 1 TD Kevin Hartley has joined stablemate Joe Johnson in his 2020 coming out party as a defensive play-maker. Hartley is tied for the NFC lead in interceptions among Free Safeties and has returned one for a score. And last, but certainly not least:
  16. For my favorite crooting moment we'd have to go back allll the way to week 5 of the 2020 season. I had put a ton of points on one of @Jumbo's quiet little 4.5's in Florida he thought he had a comfortable lead on and no one else had noticed. It was him versus another small MAC school, with no other Florida schools in the hunt. Well, when I woke up the next morning to check the fallout, I noticed Jambo had sent several shoutbox messages "looking" for me and to "meet him in Temecula in 40 min." Among a few other expletive laden insults there was this gem: "DStack can get fucked with a rusty pipe, seriously" I didn't even have to check the interface to see if I was leading on the croot. Edit: Absolutely nothing beats the draft. Especially that first round: live coverage, everyone tuned in, shoutbox is shoutboxing, the research and prep, the feeling of excitement or loss if your prospect falls to you or gets sniped just before you pick! "CAN'T WAIT!" - Bart Michael Scott
  17. When targeting safeties goes wrong. Thank you Jeff Fisher. I can't believe I just typed that sentence in a non-sarcastic tone.
  18. Please ignore jambo's message below. It's wrong. 

  19. NO FLY ZONE The Eagles crushed the Patriots 44-17 at home Sunday afternoon on a spectacular defensive effort that forced 4 interceptions. The Eagles move into first place in the league in interceptions (16) ahead of a pivotal week 13 clash against the Seahawks that carries possible playoff implications. Pictured: DeAndre Hawkins is chased to the sidelines by Brad Davis after one of his four picks on the day.
  20. Playoff preview
  21. This is quickly becoming my favorite media series on the site. Great job as always!
  22. 8 AND OH Philadelphia's win over the Giants Sunday push them to 8-0 all time against their division foe. Pictured: Third year wideout Cameron Whelahan continues his break out season with a broken tackle that ended in a fourth quarter touchdown. Whelahan is now at 55/754/5 in 10 games this season.
  23. I'm ranked and ND isn't ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  24. I believe the series is now at 0-8 in favor of the Eagles. That also includes a playoff game.