The Daily Numbers - Nov. 19
The Daily Numbers: 2 men facing charged for using an Upper Darby house as a pot-growing operation.
8 p.m. Thanksgiving, when Walmart, Toys R Us and Sears are planning to open for their Black Friday sales.
9 p.m., when Target will open their doors.
10, age of boy struck by car while riding his bike on Sproul Road in Marple Sunday.
2 people killed on Route 41 in Chester County when an SUV pulled out from a restaurant and was struck by a tractor-trailer.
6,000 dollars and lots of food collected for local food pantries by United Steelworkers refinery workers.
3.63 a gallon, what we’re paying at the pump in Philly region.
3.42, the national average price for gallon of gas. That’s down 33 cents from a month ago.
3.45, what we were paying last year in Philly area.
6 straight losses for the Eagles and Andy Reid, first time in his 14 years that’s happened.
3-7 mark for the Birds. Anyone realize how close this team is to being 0-10?
31-6 loss to the Redskins.
2 Alex Henery field goals all the offense Nick Foles could manage.
14 of 15 and 4 TDs for Redskins QB Robert Griffin III.
15 carries for 45 yards for LeSean McCoy, but it’s his last with 1:30 left in lost game that is causing all the talk. McCoy suffered concussion.
86-79 win for the 76ers over the Cavs last night.
Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.
Does Jeff Lurie really want Andy Reid to coach the Eagles at the Linc next Monday night. That could get very ugly.
I Don’t Get It: Andrew Bynum doesn’t have a problem bowling while he’s rehabbing from knee surgery. I don’t get it.
Today’s Upper: Kudos to United Steelworkers for raising money and food for local food banks.
Quote Box: “We were trying to catch up and win the game, that’s why.”
- Andy Reid after the game on why LeSean McCoy was still carrying with a minute, 30 seconds left.