Hey everybody. We're excited to get going today, because there should be plenty to discuss as the Eagles and Cardinals square off at Lincoln Financial Field. Philly's looking to stretch its winning streak to three games and sustain the power running game that has bolstered the offense in recent weeks, while Arizona hopes to steady itself after a shaky start to the season (both of their wins came in overtime). We hope you'll follow along with us. Aaron Kasinitz
Vikings senior Daniel Scott dashes into the end zone to break the tie during the game between Northeast and Springside Chestnut Hill on Friday, October 6, 2017 at Maguire Stadium in Philadelphia. Northeast won 25-24 in overtime. (Tracie Van Auken | Special to PennLive)PHILADELPHIA — Danny Scott’s height might be the first thing his opponent’s notice about him, but the Northeast running back has shown over and over again that his frame packs a powerful punch.
PHILADELPHIA — When Danny Scott plunged across the goal line to bring Northeast within one point of Springside-Chesnut Hill in overtime on Friday afternoon, it was clear what the Vikings would do after squandering a pair of fourth quarter leads against the Blue Devils. They were going for the win. So Scott took the shotgun snap, hesitated and then plunged through the SCH defense from 3 yards out to deliver Northeast a 25-24 victory at Maguire Field on a muggy and cloudy Friday afternoon.
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