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Heat Ratio: Could the Eagles’ offense be more explosive in 2018?

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The Eagles are back on the field and their offense looks to be explosive once again. With the additions of Mike Wallace, Dallas Goedert, a healthy Darren Sproles and a second-year Mack Hollins, could the Eagles exceed last year’s offensive explosion?

With every NFL off-season comes an abundance of contractual oversights and minicamp holdouts. This year, the names Khalil Mack, Odell Beckham, Aaron Donald, David Johnson, Earl Thomas, Le’Veon Bell and Julio Jones are headlining the news. Do you agree with their stance?

Terrell Owens finally grabbed the accolades he deserved and is being inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. However, he has decided to decline the invitation to the ceremony and celebrate on his own terms. Even though this is a classic T.O. move, is it the right call?

The phrase “Tommy John” has become more relevant in MLB over the years and has taken its toll on numerous players. This year is looks like it has hit rookie sensation Shohei Ohtani. Could all these surgeries stem from overuse in youth sports?

In regards to MLB, the Steroid Era continues to come back up into the conversation when players like Robinson Cano and Sterling Marte get suspended year after year. What are your thoughts on players like Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens? Where do you rate their accomplishments?

The Sixers have wiped out their burner accounts and now are using a shiny new phone in Brett Brown. Bryan Colangelo is gone and Brown will now be the man making basketball decision on a interim basis. With the draft and free agency ahead, was this the right move?

As the fantasy football year gets closer, what running backs are on your radar after the top five? What do you do with under-performing guys like Jordan Howard or injury rehabbers like Melvin Gordon? There are also sleepers like Alex Collins and Marlon Mack. Where do they fall?

The Heat Ratio (@theheatratio) brings a set of unique views and opinions each week to focus on all the top sports stories making it to the top of the headlines. Listen in as Tony (@TCutillo23) says Terrell Owens deserved to be a first-ballot HOFer while John (@PGHJohn36) says he understands why he was snubbed and would rather have Randy Moss. From top Robert De Niro movies to a 1993 MLB Year-in-Review, it’s all here waiting for your take!

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