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Heat Ratio: Are the Eagles a better team now as constructed?

Ah, a day in the life of the reigning Super Bowl Champions. Coming into this off-season, the biggest opponent of the Philadelphia Eagles was the cap. However, Howie Roseman and co. showed the power to overcome the confines of a financial squeeze and come out ahead. Are the Eagles a better team now as constructed?

The NFL off-season has become must-see TV. With the new stress put on the trading market and constant release and resigning period always sparking up interest, organizational moves always seems to be plentiful. Kirk Cousins getting a big guaranteed deal, Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters forming a dominant cornerback tandem we haven’t seen in years, Jerick McKinnon becoming Mr. Shanahan’s new toy and the Arizona Cardinals signing two underwhelming arms to throw the ball to Fitz. What move was most surprising to you?

Can anyone say they have been disappointed in the NCAA Tournament so far? This year has been as unpredictable as ever and has busted more brackets earlier than I can remember. From UMBC’s improbable slaughtering of #1 Virginia to Nevada’s ridiculous comeback win against #2 Cincinnati, what have been your favorite moments so far?

The National Pastime is just getting underway and the Phillies are looking to compete for a playoff spot. They have spent over $200 million in the offseason and have a lot of hope placed in their youth. However, longtime baseball executive Pat Gillick seems to think we are ahead of ourselves and 2019 will be the year. Are you siding with him? Could 2019 be the year of Bryce Harper in a Phillies uniform?

Fantasy Baseball drafts are going on as we speak and not everyone is looking at the closer position. When drafting a closer, what are the specifics you adhere to in order to get your guy? Who is the top closer in the game today? Who is your favorite from years past?

The Heat Ratio (@theheatratio) brings a set of unique views and opinions each week to focus on all the sports stories making it to the top of the headlines. Listen in as Tony (@TCutillo23) says the NFL should have guaranteed contracts as John (@PGHJohn36) says they could leave too much dead money in the later years to become successful. From Fantasy draft positioning to our favorite MLB closers of all- time, it’s all here just waiting for your take.

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The Heat Ratio (@theheatratio) is brought to you by Pi’s own Tony Cutillo and continues to bring a unique flavor to the world of podcasting. From Fantasy Baseball updates to NFL draft scenarios, it’s all here just waiting for your take.


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