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Comment 14 May 2015

It is kind of standard I suppose, but some guys simply play with more passion than others.  Okafor struck me as somewhat passive a good part of the season, particularly when challenged.  Greg Oden was the opposite, IMO, and so is Towns.  I think your right about Russell, but I'm not sure Okafor deserves to be the top pick.  Russell may be hurt by being a bit too weak right out of college.  I think he will take some time to get to the point his body is NBA ready, but when it is, watch out. 

Comment 14 May 2015
I would agree this is our biggest question mark going into the season. Spencer and Smith made so many clutch plays in that 3 game run. So many drive sustaining and momentum grabbing plays. Back breaking third and long conversions. So important to keeping Cardale and Zeke going. Blocking down field is also an under recognized part of WR play that Spencer EXCELLED at. I'm confident we'll fill the roles, but this is my biggest concern going into the season, for sure.
Comment 19 Mar 2015

This is good stuff indeed.  My favorite before I came across a habanera/ghost pepper sauce called Devils Blood, made in Orlando, FL.  Far superior in heat and flavor.  It is an excellent compliment to any mexican dish, but I really enjoy it in any tomato based food (spaghetti, ziti, etc) and also really good on Pakistani or Chinese foods as well. 

Comment 19 Mar 2015

Habaneros have decent heat, but the flavor is not my favorite either.  Ghost peppers have really good heat and a much more complimentary flavor, IMO.