I am begging the NHL and players union to come to an agreement. Seriously. Please.
Truth B. Told, Philly.com/Sports
about hockey, eh?
* Eagles love was in the air
this week on philly.com.
Whatta you know, we're two-and-0! Last year, we should have been and weren't. This year, we shouldn't be but are. Go figure.
The Eagles remind me of the Miami Heat's first season with LeBron, Bosh and Wade - so much talent, but lacking an awareness of how to harness it. Once Miami figured it out, the rest of the NBA had no shot.
I can see the Eagles running into a few bumps along the way while they figure how to use what they've got. But if they reduce the turnovers, the rest of the NFL will be eating their dust.
I don't know if it's for real yet, and I don't care. I'm savoring this W.
RIP, Steve Sabol,
'visionary' of NFL Films
God bless Steve Sabol. May you rest in peace, amen!
He did so much to put the NFL on the map, not to mention introducing us to John Facenda. RIP.
If you are 50 or older, you grew up on NFL Films. The stirring music by Sam Spence. Narration by John Facenda, Harry Kalas and now Scott Graham. I hope Steve gets enshrined in the Hall of Fame, next to his father.
He introduced himself to me on my first day as an intern at Films - won't forget that. Steve, you will be missed.
Haverford School lost one of its own with his passing. Mr. Sabol was a pioneer and visionary who will be greatly missed. His passion, will and determination laid the groundwork for many others to follow their dreams.
Haverford School, Class of 1989
If there is any justice in this world, Steve Sabol's funeral will be televised. In slow motion. With a brass band playing. @ChipChantry, Twitter