It’s the *other* bracket you should care about right now.
We don’t know every awesome griddler out there, so we’re counting on you.
Brian Dawkins faced Reggie White in our finals, and the winner was resounding.
The two most beloved Eagles of all time face off, and the winner is in your hands.
Dawkins and Westbrook on one side, Cunningham and White on the other. Vote now!
Reggie White vs. Chuck Bednarik. Brian Dawkins vs. Jeremiah Trotter. Brian Westbrook vs. LeSean McCoy. Randall Cunningham vs. Harold Carmichael. And you get to pick who wins.
Don’t vote for the best player in each match-up. Vote for the guy you think of most when you remember the Eagles of past and present.
Was there really any question what’s the ultimate, absolute-most-Philadelphia of all summer refreshers?
It’s gelato vs. water ice — which one is your favorite? More importantly, which one represents the city best?
Here’s where it gets serious. Instead of just battling within their quadrant, each type of summer treat is now duking it out with something else.
Many of these hot weather pleasers battled it out to get here — the last round had almost as many lead changes as Cavs/Warriors Game 7.
A relatively unknown water ice cart racked up the most clicks in Round 1. Now it’s up to you to decide who’ll fill out the Elite Eight.
From 150-year-old mainstays to fancy new upstarts, and hand-dipped cones to slush-filled cups, we’ve listed 32 of the best places in Philly. Vote now!
Our weekly tournament came down to two legends: Whitey and Lefty. In the end, the most dominant player in Phillies history was finally bested, as Steve Carlton fell in final round to Richie Ashburn.
Richie Ashburn and Steve Carlton are the final two Hall of Famers left in our Ultimate Phillie tournament. Vote for who you think should be the winner!
The last (least?) of the Final Four participants, Carlos Ruiz upset 3 others to reach the semifinals of our bracket. Internet celebrity FanSince09 makes the case for Chooch.
ABC News reporter and unabashed Utley lover Karen Travers on his “hustle, grit, quiet swagger and sheer toughness.”
ESPN SportsCenter anchor Kevin Negandhi shares his thoughts on Steve Carlton, the greatest pitcher in Phillies history.
The Ultimate Phillies tournament is down to the Final Four. Each day we will focus on one of the remaining players, leading off with Richie Ashburn.
Vote now in our Final Four, which features two players from the 2008 team that had surprise victories in the Elite 8 over 1980 legends.