The Eagles Look To Win Two In A Row This Sunday!
The Philadelphia Eagles shocked their faithful fanbase on Sunday Night Football by upsetting the 49ers with a 25-20 win in San Francisco. That win has put the 2020 Eagles into first place in a weak NFC East. In a COVID-19 year, who’s to say how many wins it will take to win the division: The Cowboys, Washington and Giants are all having their own problems this season with poor play and injuries. Without any preseason games and a myriad injuries the Eagles find themselves in first place with a 1-2-1 record. This Sunday they travel to Western Pennsylvania to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at 1pm at Heinz Field. The Steelers have one of the stingiest defenses in the league only yielding 19.3 Points Per Game (5th Best in the NFL) and . The Steelers also have the second most sacks in the NFL (15), only behind your Philadelphia Eagles (17). Lets see if the Eagles can make it two improbable wins in a row in Week Five.
This Saturday in The Locker Room with Billy Schweim, Scott McKay and I will talk with former Pittsburgh Steeler and Paulsboro native Isaac Redman about his time playing for Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin. Tomlin hasn’t had a losing season in his 13 years as Head Coach. Then we will talk about the Flyers in the aftermath of the NHL completing their draft; Charlie O’Connor of the Athletic covers the Flyers like a blanket and will join the show to talk some Hockey.
On Sunday don't miss our Eagles pregame show broadcasting Live from the Ocean City Boardwalk at ALL Campus. Former Eagles Tight End Ken Dunek and I will preview Sunday's game versus the Steelers. We have a huge guest list lined up: First we will talk with former Eagles Quarterback Koy Detmer in our “Where are they Now” segment then another Eagle Offensive lineman Jerry Sizemore. 973espn.com Eagles Writer and FOX 29 Sports Anchor Scott Grayson joins the show along with Fantasy Football Guru Brian Hartley for their weekly segments and more!!
It's The Locker Room with Billy Schweim. Saturdays & Sundays from 10am to noon on 97.3 ESPN radio South Jersey.