Sportsbash Friday: Last Game for Andy Reid and Mike Vick
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Friday, December 28th 2012.
Last Game for Vick and Reid?
Todd Ranck, still in for a vacationing Mike Gill opened today's show talking about the Eagles 16th and final game of the 2012 season this weekend against the New York Giants. Our Eagles insider Ryan Messick chimes in this segment as well. Messick says that with Mike Vick starting, he should play much more loose as it could be Vick's last game as an Eagle. Follow Messick on Twitter.
Getting away from the Eagles here, Todd Ranck goes over a list of potential MVP candidates in the NFL. Ranck believes that Peyton Manning is the front runner for the award. Some callers disagree:
Todd Ranck talked with our injury expert Joe DeRosa from Eastern Shore Physical Therapy in Linwood. Ranck asked DeRosa about Nick Foles' broken hand, Jason Richardson's back strain and concussions surrounding Fletcher Cox and Mychal Kendricks.
Called in LIVE from San Fransisco for tonight's Sixers Warriors game. Cooney said that Dorrell Wright is playing like a starter right now and needs to get 25-30 minutes per game. Jrue Holiday is playing like a top PG right now as well and he "abused" Mike Conley in Memphis the other night. Follow Cooney on Twitter and listen to Sixers/Warriors tonight on 97.3 ESPN FM.
6-Pack of Picks
Mike Gill: Cardinals +16, Chiefs +15.5, Eagles +7
Todd Ranck: Seahawks -10.5, Saints -4.5, Bengals -2.5
In this edition Todd Ranck picks his NFL coaches that will be fired after this season.
5 Keys With Ryan Messick
1. Overcome adversity
3. Defensive cohesiveness
4. Vick's play
5. Just Win, baby
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