Never have actually been to Pepe's but good call on Green Parrot.
So Duvall Street is where the party is at like most people on here have said. Check out the following while you are there:
Bars: Sloppy Joe's, Captain Tony's, Hog's Breath Saloon, The original Margaritaville, and the Schooner Wharf Bar at the pier.
Restaurants: Sarabeth's Key West, Latitudes, Blue Heaven, and my personal favorite, The Southernmost Beach Cafe
Key Lime Pie: Blonde Giraffe used to be the best, but since that place has closed, Kermit's Key West Key Lime Pie Shoppe is pretty fantastic
Tourist things to do: Sunset Carnival at Mallory Square, The Earnest Hemingway house, the Little White House, and the Key West Shipwreck Treasure museum.
Have fun, Key West is one of my favorite places on the planet.
Each day we stray further from God's light.
I'd do it for the insta
The Columbus Destroyers
I don't really care for the NBA, and I've definitely never liked Westbrook much, but he is having one of the, if not the greatest individual seasons of all time, statistically. Dude is just a straight baller.
No, the guy who has never thrown a collegiate pass AND won't even get a chance to start is a surefire first round pick and could leave after one year /s
"but is it time to maybe question his part in the development, or lack thereof, of the receivers??" where the hell have you been the last 3 months?
I'm not engaged at all, my entire job at this point is fixing screw ups that the other members of my team has made in order to get projects completed. I've started to actively seek promotions and/or new employment to get myself off of this team.
Why, is John Wooden not available?
No Doubt, but I think Alford's kids are pretty young. With a 7 and 5 year old for brothers I'll tell you, kids bitch a lot.
The back and forth between William and Coach Alford has been pretty funny in both of these articles.
Famed Accounting Professor Marc Smith is bring recruited by the Buckeyes?
Joe Thomas Barrett IV
Don't have any pics of it with me, but I have an Orlando Pace signed commemorative football from his induction into the College Football HOF.
With Timmons now gone, I think we need the Kwon.
95 and 96 were the first years my family moved to Fairfax, and my dad started taking me to Caps games. I think we went to 10 or so games (he'd get free tickets from work all the time) and I think they maybe won 1 of the 10 I went to. Rough start to a fandom for a 5 year old.
Fellow Caps fan here, Hov. You as excited as I am for us to get upset in the second round by a vastly inferior team, just like every other year?
You've got more cap to move than you could possibly spend on actual players unless you want to severly overpay for everyone you sign. Why not use some of that cap money to buy more draft picks? I hate the Browns, but honestly if they pull this off, it is a damn good trade.
I'd love to get Mahomes, but I honestly believe we will need to use our 1st round pick to get him. I think as time goes on he will continue to rise and become either an early second or late first round pick. Hell he may be gone before the Steelers' pick.
Feel free to also mock your favorite team, don't let me stop you.
The biggest thing I don't want is another tweener outside linebacker like Jarvis. We gotta find a way to replace Harrison, as much as I love the guy, relying on an almost 40 year old for a pass rush is a dangerous game.
For the Steelers, here is what I am thinking:
Round 1, Pick 30: Gareon Conley, CB, The Ohio State University. Our young secondary members from last year played better than i thought they would, but we still desperately need help in the defensive backfield.
Round 2, Pick 62: Raekwon McMillan, ILB, The Ohio State University. I love Lawerence Timmons, but his productivity is definitely on the decline, and having Shazier and McMillan as our ILBs of the future is a tantalizing thought.
Round 3, Pick 94: Carlos Watkins, DT/NT, Clemson University. This builds depth on the interior of our D-Line, which in tandem with Javon Hargrave, who will be entering his second year, can give a formidable defensive line rotation.
Round 3, Pick 105: Samaje Perine, RB, University of Oklahoma. DeAngelo Williams has been a savior for our running game due to LeVeon Bell's injury issues/suspensions over the past couple years, however he is 33 years old, and has had injury issues. Perine is a bruising running back that pairs well with Bell's more finesse based running style.
Areas I would also still like to see addressed throughout the rest of the draft: Backup QB (Landry Jones sucks ass), Offensive Line depth, Tight End Depth (LaDarius Green is so injury prone), and Outside Linebacker depth (Jarvis Jones sucks and James Harrison can't defy time forever).
Worley only had 69 tackles last season? I know that isn't anything to sneeze at, but sometimes it felt like he'd make 10 tackles in a row during a game.
Good Luck to him, and congrats on getting his degree.