NBC Sports Philadelphia debuts new weekly sports betting show this Saturday

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NBC Sports Philadelphia debuts new weekly sports betting show this Saturday

PHILADELPHIA- (January 4, 2019) – NBC Sports Philadelphia, the home of the Authentic Fan, debuts a new sports betting show – The Daily Line, this Saturday at 5 p.m. Hosted by Marc Farzetta, and featuring local sports betting expert Brad Feinberg and 97.5 The Fanatic’s Anthony Gargano, The Daily Line will offer sports betting-related information and analysis of Sunday’s Eagles-Bears NFC Wild Card game, and the remaining NFL Wild Card games this weekend.

The Daily Line program will air each Saturday at 5 p.m. on NBC Sports Philadelphia throughout the remainder of the NFL season.

Feinberg also provides sports betting insight every Friday on Philly Sports Talk.

This Sunday, fans can start their day with Philly vs. Chicago at 2 p.m., as NBC Sports Philadelphia and NBC Sports Chicago personalities take on each other, their teams and their cities. Michael Barkann hosts with Barrett Brooks and Marc Farzetta pitted against NBC Sports Chicago’s Laurence Holmes, Luke Stuckmeyer and JJ Stankevitz.  During the program they’ll preview the game, discuss the Eagles/Bears history and debate the best food and music from their respective cities.

Eagles Pregame Live kicks off at 2:30 p.m. with Michael Barkann, Seth Joyner, Ray Didinger and Barrett Brooks. Eagles Postgame Live will air immediately afterwards, followed by End Game with Marc Farzetta, Barrett Brooks and Seth Joyner.

Sunday’s Lineup on NBC Sports Philadelphia:

2 p.m — Philly vs. Chicago
2:30 p.m. — Eagles Pregame Live
4 p.m. — Eagles vs. Bears on NBC
7:45 p.m. — Eagles Postgame Live
10 p.m. — End Game
10:30 p.m. — Eagles Postgame Live 
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In game Live airs on NBC Sports Philadelphia’s Facebook Live page in between quarters.

Eagles’ fans can always log onto www.nbcsportsphiladelphia.com, and follow @NBCSPhilly on all social media channels for exclusive coverage of fans as they converge on Chicago ahead of the game, plus other great articles, videos, podcasts and photos. Coverage can also be found on the new MyTeams app. Download it here: MyTeams.

Which decade of Philadelphia sports are you? Take the quiz to find out

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Which decade of Philadelphia sports are you? Take the quiz to find out

Throughout the years, Philadelphia sports have had quite the journey. 

Looking back, every decade went through some highs and lows but no matter what, it was always a thrilling time (minus those few pesky seasons that will forever haunt us ... I'm looking at you 1993 Phillies and 2010 Flyers). 

While some years see more success than others, it always seems like the four teams find a way to balance out to keep Philly sane. 

Which decade of Philadelphia sports do you resonate with the most?

Take  the quiz below and find out: 

 

Vote Now! Who is the ultimate Philly Sports Villain?

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Vote Now! Who is the ultimate Philly Sports Villain?

All last week, fans voted to find the ultimate villain for the Eagles, Sixers, Phillies and Flyers. Now, we’re down to four contestants. 

Vote for the ultimate Philly Sports Villain below. 

Here are your nominees:  

Eagles: Chip Kelly

Kelly ruined the Eagles from the inside. And even though the Birds went on to win a Super Bowl just a couple years after his ouster, that pain still runs deep. 

That’s why Kelly beat out Norman Braman, Michael Irvin and Jadeveon Clowney to become the ultimate Eagles villain. 

 

The shame of it was that Chip wasn’t a bad coach. The Eagles won 20 games in his first two years. But he was an awful general manager, getting rid of great talents like DeSean Jackson, LeSean McCoy and Nick Foles. And his idea to treat NFL players like his college athletes was a complete disaster. We always say Chip the GM got Chip the Coach fired … but Chip’s personality didn’t help either. 

After Andy Reid created one of the best locker room cultures in the NFL over 14 years in Philadelphia, it didn’t take Kelly long to completely destroy it. He was cold, awkward and was devoid of what we later began to call “emotional intelligence.” 

— Dave Zangaro 

Sixers: The Colangelos 

The other villains on this list are plenty worthy and deserve your consideration.

But are they guilty of a hostile takeover, nepotism, poor personnel decisions, the mishandling of a star player’s injury and last but certainly not least making the organization the laughing stock of the entire league?

Only one father-son duo is guilty of that: The Colangelos. While you may not have been on board with Sam Hinkie’s Process, consider how disastrous Bryan Colangelo’s tenure was as the team’s president of basketball operations.

Colangelo got the Ben Simmons’ pick right … but little else after. He passed on All-Star Pascal Siakam twice late in the first round of that same draft. Under his stewardship, Joel Embiid played a game on what turned out to be a season-ending injury. He got swindled by Danny Ainge and agreed to trade for the No. 1 overall pick before even seeing Markelle Fultz work out. He also got little in return for former lottery picks Nerlens Noel and Jahlil Okafor.

And just when you thought things couldn’t get much worse, Collargate happened. While Colangelo feels “absolved” for the incident it’s still a stain for the Sixers’ organization and still a punchline around the league.

While you can’t go wrong picking any of the villains on this list, consider the Colangelo conglomerate as the biggest.

— Paul Hudrick 

Phillies: Joe Carter

It's no surprise that Carter beat out Chipper Jones, J.D. Drew and Cody Ross for ultimate Phillies Villain. The guy hit a walk-off home run to win his team a World Series, which has happened only twice in baseball history.

It was the ultimate heartbreak for Phillies fans.

Jim Salisbury had an interesting, funny story about how Carter even got to Toronto. Then-Blue Jays GM Pat Gillick was the man who orchestrated the blockbuster trade that sent Fred McGriff and Tony Fernandez to San Diego for Roberto Alomar and Carter. You don't see 2-for-2 trades like that anymore. 

Carter has his own wing in the Hall of Phillies Villains, though he was a very good player against most teams. He hit 402 career home runs. The biggest one came at the Phillies' expense.

— Corey Seidman

Flyers: Sidney Crosby 

Not only is Crosby the clear-cut No. 1 Flyers villain, but he’s also right up there among the top villains in Philly sports.

The rivalry with the Penguins’ star goes back to 2005 and is still humming.

Crosby has scored more goals (43) against the Flyers than he has against any other team and he owns 105 points in 70 career regular-season meetings with the orange and black. He has also knocked the Flyers out of the playoffs three times and has won three Stanley Cup titles in Pittsburgh while the Flyers continue to look for their first championship since 1975.

There’s something about the way in which he plays (and wins) that has never jived with Flyers fans. The disdain for No. 87 is authentic and it won’t be fizzling anytime soon.

— Jordan Hall