Eagles @ Seahawks Tickets & Tailgate

If your name is listed below, please select the number of tickets I have accounted for you, then click “buy now” & select “send money to friend.”  I will email you within 24 hrs to let you know payment was received:

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Since posting about group tickets just 2 days ago, the response has been amazing! We could have easily gotten a group over 100, however, after speaking with my rep today the game is nearly sold out with less than 70 tickets left. Therefore, I’ve had to close the list with whoever has verbally confirmed so far and I will need payments asap.

Below is the list of confirmed names who I’ve purchased tickets for, including the “maybe’s.” In order to send payment please use the Paypal button above, or email me at dehlia@philadehliaeagles.com to discuss alternate payment method. I will NOT be accepting payment in person on gameday because there’s a chance someone could flake and I don’t want to be stuck with their bill.

As for pricing, total price per ticket (plus tailgate) is $160. I’ve added $10 to the original ticket price to cover service/shipping fee, as well as, the FREE tailgate we’ll be hosting (all you can eat food & booze to all fans that join us). Will have more details on tailgate after I get all the ticketing taken care of.

* For any fans that did not purchase tickets, but would still like to donate to tailgate you can click on the donate button and contribute any amount you would like. We have an open arms policy where we accept all fans, even if you didn’t buy tickets with our group, so feel free to invite your friends.

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PhilaDehlia & Playboy

Now that I’m pregnant, Playboy has decided to knock on my door and invite me to a shoot lol 😉 In anticipation of Super Bowl 50, they were in need of a football expert, so here I am explaining some of the NFL’s weirdest terms.

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Post Game Reaction, Season’s Over :(

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Eagles vs Cardinals 2015 Postgame Reaction

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Gameday Livestream: Cardinals vs Eagles 2015

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Iggles Landing Podcast #4: Live Google Hangout Broadcast 6pm PST

Eagles fans from coast to coast talk about the state of the Birds at 1-3. Take a deep breath, buckle in, because there is a lot to talk about 😉

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2015 NFL Offseason Review: AFC West

Is this Peyton Manning’s last shot at a Super Bowl?
Is the Chiefs offense good enough to get to the playoffs?
Can the Raiders get a winning season?
Are the Chargers about to take over the division?

broncosFree Agency: A great amount of turnover happened in Denver. Julius Thomas, Orlando Franklin, Terrance Knighton & Rahim Moore are gone. In to help the offense are TE Owen Daniels(Ravens) & OG Shelley Smith(Dolphins). DT’s Antonio Smith(Raiders) & Vance Walker(Chiefs) add quality depth, as does LB Reggie Walker(Chargers).
Grade: B

Draft: Missouri DE Shane Ray is fast and adds more speed to an already fast defense. Ohio State TE Jeff Heuerman should become a good weapon, unfortunately he tore his ACL in mini-camp. Colorado State OT Ty Sambrailo & Florida C Max Garcia give much needed youth on the O-Line. Tulane CB Lorenzo Doss is a good late round project pick.
Grade: B

Overview: Peyton Manning is more likely facing his last season with the Broncos, and John Elway brought in the offensive minded Gary Kubiak to be the new head coach, which hopefully will produce a Super Bowl championship. The health of Manning is what is most important to this team. A speedy defense and a solid offense can get them to Santa Clara.

Kansas-City-ChiefsFree Agency: Andy Reid went back to his former team and grabbed WR Jeremy Maclin(Eagles), making Dwayne Bowe expendable. Rodney Hudson, Joe Mays, Vance Walker & Anthony Fasano are gone too. OG Paul Fanaika(Cardinals) should be a starter, as will SS Tyvon Branch(Raiders).
Grade: B

Draft: The Washington CB Marcus Peters was a need pick, but he comes with a lot of baggage. If he causes trouble, then Oregon State CB Steven Nelson will get more of a shot. Missouri OL Mitch Morse is a tough and versatile player, and Georgia WR Chris Conley has a lot of promise and will be given a lot of chances to start.
Grade: B-

Overview: Alex Smith has new weapons at receiver, and Jamaal Charles will carry the load again. As always, division games will be key, as the AFC West is not easy. The fans are expecting bigger things this year, with the idea of the offense being as good as the defense. If Smith struggles, then a change will be in order.

Oakland-RaidersFree Agency: It was yet another wild turnaround in free agency for the Raiders. Yet this time, wiser and much younger decisions were made. LaMarr Woodley, Antonio Smith, Matt Schaub, Tyvon Branch, Denarius Moore, Darren McFadden, Vincent Brown & Stefan Wisniewski are out. On offense C Rodney Hudson(Chiefs) WR Michael Crabtree(49’ers) & RB Roy Helu(Redskins) will help. Defensively, NT Dan Williams(Cardinals) LB’s Curtis Lofton(Saints) & Malcolm Smith(Seahawks) and DB’s Nate Allen(Eagles) & James Dockery(Panthers) should all be big contributors. Add in QB Christian Ponder(Vikings), RB Trent Richardson(Colts) and OT J’Marcus Webb(Vikings), and you cannot say that the Raiders did not help themselves.
Grade: A+

Draft: Alabama WR Amari Cooper is a gift, and should pay off handsomely. Florida State DE Mario Edwards Jr. is gifted, but does he have the desire? Miami, Fla TE Clive Walford is intriguing, but has an injury history. Keep an eye on 6th round pick Virginia LB Max Valles.
Grade: B

Overview: Derek Carr to Amari Cooper is what all Raiders fans are hoping to hear, for years to come. The Raiders are improving greatly on both sides of the ball. But don’t expect the playoffs just yet. Having said that, the Raiders won’t be pushovers anymore either.

sdFree Agency: Ryan Matthews & Eddie Royal are gone. Incoming are WR’s Steve Johnson(49’ers) & Jacoby Jones(Ravens), but OG Orlando Franklin(Broncos) is the real prize. DB’s Patrick Robinson(Saints) & Jimmy Wilson(Dolphins) provide good depth.
Grade: B+

Draft: Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon will be called upon in a huge way, and there is no reason to doubt that he will deliver. Superior small college talent was found in the form of Texas State CB Craig Mager & North Dakota State LB Kyle Emanuel. Both of whom could see plenty of playing time this year.
Grade: B

Overview: Keeping Phillip Rivers, despite all the trade rumors, was the smartest thing the Chargers did all off season. Giving him more weapons at WR & RB and upgrading the O-Line was even smarter. With Rivers future uncertain, the Chargers are going all-in this year. They certainly have the talent to get to the Super Bowl. Once again, it is all about those crucial division games.

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2015 NFL Offseason Review: NFC North

Can the Bears rebound from a disappointing season and return to the playoffs?
Is the loss of Ndamokong Suh, too big for the Lions?
Has the Packers defense finally caught up with the offense?
Are the Vikings ready to surprise the entire NFL, and show they are contenders again?


Free Agency: Lots of changes were made as veteran players Lance Briggs, Roberto Garza, D.J. Williams & Charles Tillman are out. New to the defense are standout LB Pernell McPhee(Ravens), DE’s Jarvis Jenkins (Redskins) & Ray McDonald(49’ers), SS Antrell Rolle(Giants), and LB’s Mason Foster(Buccaneers) & Sam Acho (Cardinals). Offensively the Bears went for depth in adding OG Vladimir Ducasse(Vikings), RB Jacquizz Rodgers(Falcons) & WR Eddie Royal (Chargers). The hope is that these new faces on defense will add dominance, something last year’s defense lacked. A good mix of youth and veterans should provide that.
Grade: A-

Draft: With the trading of Brandon Marshall, WR became a priority which is why the Bears selected West Virginia WR Kevin White, a speedster with great size. However, White was a JUCO transfer and is a late bloomer at the top college ranks. The one year wonder status could be a concern too, is really ready to start in the NFL? Florida State DT Eddie Goldman is a nice addition & Michigan State RB Jeremy Langford will add versatility to the backfield.
Grade: B-

Overview: John Fox is the new head coach, and he has a knack for turning teams around. The Bears have talent, now they need an identity. Fans are growing impatient with QB Jay Cutler, as this could be his last chance with the team. The inability to find a new QB for the team loomed large this off season. Nevertheless, the offense is still loaded with talent, and if the defense gels quickly, the Bears could prove to the NFL that they are still playoff contenders.


Free Agency: Not only did the Lions lose DT Ndamokong Suh, but DT Nick Fairley left as well. Talk about a gaping hole. The trade for DT Haloti Ngata will certainly help in that area, and the arrival of DT Tyrunn Walker(Jets) will help too. CB Josh Wilson(Falcons) was added for depth. Reggie Bush, Dominic Raiola, C.J. Mosley, Rob Sims & Ashlee Palmer are all gone.
Grade: D

Draft: Duke OG Laken Tomlinson was a surprise pick, but he should help right away. Nebraska RB Ameer Abdullah has big play ability, something the Lions desperately need. Stanford CB Alex Carter & Auburn DT Gabe Wright add good depth, and Texas CB Quandre Diggs could be a 6th round gem.
Grade: B+

Overview: Just how good are the Lions? It’s difficult to say if they will miss a step on defense now that Ngata replaces Suh. Although the talent at LB and in the secondary could hide any problems upfront. A young Offensive Line may not be the thing that QB Matthew Stafford needs. They are showing a lot of faith in RB Joique Bell to get the job done, but look for Abdullah to get his share of carries too. If they can beat the Packers, they can win the division. If not, another race for the wild card will be their only chance.


Free Agency: If you like what you have, you make sure that it remains intact. That’s exactly what the Packers did as they re-signed Bryan Bulaga, Randall Cobb, B.J. Raji, Scott Tolzien & John Kuhn. Tramon Williams & A.J. Hawk departed. Unfortunately, no veteran free agents were added.
Grade: C+

Draft: The DB’s Demarious Randall(Arizona State) & Quinten Rollins(Miami, Ohio) give a much needed boost to the Packers secondary. Michigan LB Jake Ryan can play both inside & outside. UCLA QB Brett Hundley lands on a good team, but where does he fit? Louisiana-Lafayette DE Christian Ringo can be an effective pass rusher.
Grade: B

Overview: The Packers are basically going ahead with the same team. Hard to blame them, since there were an onside kick away from the Super Bowl. All eyes are on the defense, who must show that they can be dominant, otherwise they could come up short again in that quest for another Super Bowl championship.


Free Agency: Jerome Felton, Jasper Brinkley, Greg Jennings & J’Marcus Webb are gone. LB Casey Matthews( Eagles) adds quality depth as do former Bengals DB’s Taylor Mays & Terence Newman. QB Shaun Hill(Rams) is the veteran back-up.
Grade: C-

Draft: The Vikings were on their game in this area. Michigan State CB Trae Waynes is a great addition, UCLA LB Erick Kendricks could be starting this year, & Louisiana State DE Danielle Hunter could be a steal. Pittsburgh OT T.J. Clemmings is a fine project and Southern Illinois TE MyCole Pruitt is another receiving threat. Nothing more needs to be said about the rest of their draft after these first five picks.
Grade: A+

Overview: If QB Teddy Bridgewater can avoid the sophomore slump, then watch out. Lots of eyes will be watching WR Mike Wallace to see if he is the threat he was with the Steelers or the big mouth he was with the Dolphins. Let’s not forget RB Adrian Peterson, who will be playing with a lot of anger this season. If the defense begins to assert itself, then the Vikings could turn into the surprise team of the year.

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2015 NFL Offseason Review: AFC North

Hello my fellow football fans, my Chief Executive of this establishment has called upon me to return and offer my opinions of the 2015 NFL offseason. With training camps underway, we have the preseason looming upon us. So how did every team do this offseason? Well, just like last year I will break down each team’s moves via free agency and draft(complete with letter grades) and provide a final overall analysis of what the future appears to hold for them. I am not making predictions as to how I think they will be doing this year. I will be as fully objective as I can be, and I also look forward to any feedback you have for me. So, with all of that said, let’s get started by having a look at the AFC North Division.

Are the Ravens primed for another Super Bowl run?
Will Marvin Lewis ever win a playoff game for the Bengals?
How many QB changes will the Browns have this year?
Is the Steelers strength of the team now the offense?


Baltimore-RavensFree Agency: Salary cap restrictions prevented the Ravens from adding more to their team this year as a lot of familiar faces left, giving more of an opportunity for younger talent. RB Justin Forsett was retained and will continue to be the starter; DE Chris Canty was also kept, and he is now the “old man” on a very young D-Line. Safety Kendrick Lewis(Texans) will add more strength to a good, solid secondary. The loss of talented LB Pernell McPhee should not hurt as much, as the Ravens continue to find quality LB’s. Offensively, the Ravens had a tougher time. WR’s Jacoby Jones & Torrey Smith & TE Owen Daniels are gone, as is back-up QB Tyrod Taylor. The only real addition to the offense was veteran QB Matt Schaub.
Grade: C

Draft: Offense was the priority need for the Ravens and they came away with two very talented players. Central Florida WR Breshad Perriman has a great blend of height and speed. Now, can he learn fast enough to become an immediate impact player? Minnesota TE Maxx Williams was the best Tight End in the draft who possesses great size with good speed, and could be another Owen Daniels. Iowa DT Carl Davis is a solid addition to a young D-Line, and the Ravens may have tapped yet another good linebacker in the form of Kentucky’s Za’darius Smith. Keep an eye out for 5th rounder TE Nick Boyle from Delaware.
Grade: B+

Overview: The Ravens face a challenge on offense, with a lot of new & younger players (sans Steve Smith) to be the ones in charge of scoring touchdowns. Joe Flacco has his work cut out for him. Trading away DT Haloti Ngata was big, but the Ravens are confident in their very young D-Line which is backed up by a top rate LB corps and solid secondary. While the Ravens may not have a lot of flashy players, you can never count them out. Head coach John Harbaugh quietly keeps this team in Super Bowl contention, and it would be wise to not forget about the Ravens in the long run.

Cincinnati-BengalsFree Agency: The big signing was reuniting with DE Michael Johnson (Buccaneers) after being gone away for a year, and returning to a defense where he had much better success. After that, the Bengals mostly used free agency for depth. Safety Brandon Ghee (Titans), LB A.J. Hawk (Packers) QB Josh Johnson (49’ers) & DT Pat Sims (Raiders) are all positive signings, even if they are mostly situational players.
Grade: C+

Draft: The Bengals know that their current OT’s are not getting any younger, thus the drafting of two Offensive Tackles with their first two picks: Cedric Ogbuehi of Texas A&M & Jake Fisher of Oregon. Not the most exciting picks, but they are logical choices. Rutgers TE Tyler Kroft is a nice addition, especially if Tyler Eifert gets injured again. Texas Christian LB Paul Dawson should fit into this defense nicely & versatile DB Josh Shaw of USC is very good depth. Arizona State DT Marcus Hardison might be better suited as a pass rusher.
Grade: B-

Overview: Once again, the Bengals are an enigma. Talent is on both sides of the field, yet the Bengals continue to not dominate their division and in Head Coah Marvin Lewis’ time, they have yet to win a playoff game. Andy Dalton is still the QB, and RB Jeremy Hill was a monster during the second half of the season. Can Hill continue that success? A.J. Green is a beast at WR, and the return of WR Marvin Jones & TE Tyler Eifert from injury will help a lot. On defense DE Michael Johnson re-team with DE Carlos Dunlap & DT Geno Atkins along with their strong LB and secondary units. If the Bengals cannot get over the hump and win their first playoff game in years, then changes will more likely be on the horizon.

Cleveland-TypefaceFree Agency: The Browns need touchdowns, so they got people who can produce them. QB Josh McCown will be the starter, and WR’s Dwayne Bowe (Chiefs) Brian Hartline (Dolphins) & TE Rob Housler (Cardinals) will be the targets. Not a stellar cast, but they can get the job done. Adding veterans DT Randy Starks (Dolphins) & CB Tramon Williams (Packers) will bring good depth to the defense.
Grade: B

Draft: The Browns had two first round picks and they used them wisely. Washington DT Danny Shelton is a mountain of a player who can dominate the trenches. Florida State OL Cameron Erving is a versatile player, who can play Center & Guard. Utah LB Nate Orchard will be used as a pass rusher for now, as he learns the game. RB Duke Johnson (Miami, FL) can be a nightmare, if he can hold onto the ball. Northwestern Safety Ibraheim Campbell is a solid 4th round pick as is Washington State WR Vince Mayle.
Grade: A

Overview: Where does Johnny Manziel fit on this team? Well, with the addition of QB Josh McCown, it certainly will not be at quarterback. The fans and staff and Manziel are just going to have to be patient about that. Head Coach Mike Pettine survived his first year with a decent 7-9 record. With new offensive weapons and a strong draft, fans expectations will be high. It’s up to the Browns to deliver a winning record in a tough division. Stranger things have happened.


Pittsburgh-SteelersFree Agency: It was a rocky free agency period for the Steelers. Troy Polamalu, Ike Taylor, Brett Keisel, Lance Moore & Jason Worilds are out of the picture. Veteran RB DeAngelo Williams (Panthers) will fill in as a starter, while Le’Veon Bell serves his suspension. That was it for the Steelers, as salary cap restrictions put them in this situation.
Grade: F

Draft: The draft was a different story for the Steelers. Kentucky LB Bud Dupree has big play ability. Mississippi CB Senquez Golson is undersized but has good instincts. Auburn WR Sammie Coates will have all eyes on him. He needs time to develop, in order to become something special. Ohio State DB Doran Grant will add good depth and Penn State TE Jesse James could be a 5th round steal.
Grade: B+

Overview: All of those long-time fan favorite defensive players are gone. DE Cameron Erving, LB’s Jarvis Jones, Lawrence Timmons & rookie sensation Ryan Shazier are the new faces of the defense. QB Ben Roethlisberger still has plenty of football in him and when RB Le’Veon Bell returns from suspension, and with a solid young O-Line, the Steelers should still be contending for the NFL’s biggest prize. Now, if they can just get another WR.

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NFL Makeup Tutorial | Philadelphia Eagles

Time to show you all my girlier side :) I’ve brought in my good friend/makeup artist Sheila Chalakee to show you how us ladies get the best Eagles green gameday look.

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