One may have hoped that last night's World Series victory would have sated notoriously unruly Philadelphia sport's fans appetites, but, instead, it only fueled it. "Go on Philadelphia," John Smallwood writes in the Philadelphia Daily News, "dream, and be greedy because anything is possible now." After suggesting that, with the city's championship drought broken, the Eagles, Sixers, and Flyers could all win their titles, he continues: "Much of the negative perception the rest of the country has about Philadelphia fans was rooted in the penned-up frustration of not being able to experience the unbridled celebration that went on at Citizen Bank Park." Hm…Police are still assessing the damage and tallying the arrests from last night's victory celebrations. Seems to us that the "unbridled celebration" may be just as damaging to Philly's image as the "penned-up frustration."