Everyone has Red October Fever While Eagles Play on Sunday Night
The Philadelphia Phillies have captivated our region and Phillies fever is running high - Everywhere you go people are wearing Phillies' Red in support of a team that has a flair for the dramatic. In Games One and Two against the Diamondbacks, the Phillies used the longball to lead them to a two games to none advantage in the best-of-seven series. With six Home Runs in the first two games, the Phillies bats fell silent with 13 Strikeouts in Game Three as the series shifted to the desert. The Phillies lost 2-1 against the home team whose atmosphere at Chase Field in Arizona pales in comparison to Citizens Bank Park. Phillies versus Diamondbacks Game Four is Friday Night at 8:07pm first pitch and you hear all the action on 973 ESPN Radio South Jersey.
The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off a terrible loss against the New York Jets last Sunday. Jalen Hurts threw three interceptions (even though one of them was not his fault) and statistically was one of his worst games in over two years. A.J. Brown was the only bright spot in an otherwise lethargic effort against a Jets team that has struggled to stop the run this season. Tell that to the Jets as their defense held the Birds to 80 yards rushing on 22 attempts. Lane Johnson went down with an ankle injury early in the game and the offense wasn’t right after he left the game.
The Eagles have their work cut out for them this Sunday Night as they host the 5-1 Miami Dolphins at Lincoln Financial Field on National television. Let’s hope the Eagles get back on track against the number-one scoring offense in the NFL. The Dolphins average 37.2 points per game but they have done it against teams with a combined 9-26 record. The best way to slow down a high-powered offense is to keep them off the field. The Eagles offense needs to dominate the time of possession by … wait for it…. RUNNING The Ball!!
Don't forget every Sunday throughout the football season The Locker Room with Billy Schweim broadcasts the show Live from the Caesars Sports Book inside the Tropicana Atlantic City. We invite you to come down and check out the best sportsbook experience in the region while joining us as we get your ready for the NFL Sunday Slate of game.
On Saturday’s show, "The Intern” Andrew Leeds and Producer Nick Earnshaw join me in the studio as we talk about the Phillies in the NLCS and the Eagles big game on Sunday Night Football. We go “On the Mound" with Former Phillies Pitcher Tommy Greene brought to you by the John R. Elliott Hero Campaign for Designated Drivers. Tommy reviews NLCS Game Four and gets us ready for Phillies vs DBacks Game Five. Next we will hear from The Sports Book Consigliere Dave Sharapan Live from Las Vegas. "The Book" gives us his thoughts on Red October and what games he likes this Football Weekend. Finally, we will hear former Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver and Mainland Regional Alumni Dave Klemic as he checks from Kansas City where he’s attending Dante Hall’s induction to the Chiefs Hall of Fame.
On Sunday, join me, Josh Hennig, and Mark Grimes, My Agent At The Beach, as we broadcast Live from the Caesars Sports Book inside Tropicana Atlantic City for our Eagles pregame show. Every Sunday throughout the season we get the “Keys to the Game” with Fox 29 News Sports Anchor and 973 ESPN Eagles Writer Scott Grayson brought to you by Blitz’s Market of Ocean City. Scott gives us his keys for an Eagles victory on Sunday Night Football. In Hour Two we will hear from my Fantasy Football Guru Brian Hartley brought to you by Charlie’s Bar and Restaurant of Somers Point. "The Guru" will tell us what players he would play this weekend in the NFL.