Elite strength and height, but need to work on speed to reach his potential.
Two years ago, The Coggin Toboggan delved into a fabulous question on Friday the 13th…which Philadelphia sports figure would survive if he or she found themselves in the Friday the 13th horror series?
Well guess what, it’s Friday the 13th and Jason Voorhees is out there, somewhere, in wait with his machete and shining up his hockey mask real nice to create some havoc in the City of Brotherly Love.
Like every great series, the sequel is BIGGER AND BETTER than the original, so let’s take a look at some Philadelphia sports figures and see if they would survive in a Friday the 13th movie, and if they don’t we’ll take a look at how they would meet their maker in a old-school 3D horror movie.
The “Ertz Not-So Stout”
The local Conshohocken Brewing Company has made quite a splash today, as the brewery announced it would begin production on another beer brewed with a Philadelphia athlete in mind.
Beer aficionados and Philadelphia sports fans were abuzz this morning as the local brewery announced cans of its “Ghost Bear Golden Ale” would be available at several locations throughout Pennsylvania. Ghost Bear, of course, is the nickname of popular Flyers defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere.
Conshohocken Brewing Company announced it had also begun brewing a beer in honor of Eagles tight-end Zach Ertz.
Philadelphia, PA – One of many embarrassing moments from yesterday’s horrendous Eagles loss is raising the ire of Philadelphia fans on social media.
Tight-end Zach Ertz, who has garnered a reputation this season as being soft, was seen jumping out of the way, instead of trying to block, from a Bengals linebacker who was closing in on a scrambling Carson Wentz.
The play has made the rounds on Twitter, with several fans and pundits calling for Ertz to at least attempt a block instead of jumping in between two pursuing linebackers who were looking to bring down Wentz during the drive.