Yeah, I think I had the Au Poivre dipping sauce. I'll have to go back to that place sober
Two good French places in NYC that I liked. Raoul's in SoHo and Le Singe Verte in Chelsea. I loved Le Sing Verte four-five years ago. The Steak TarTar was awesome. It was a great hangout, also. The bartender I liked left; and, at one time, the place became a gay bar a few years ago, so I stopped going. Raoul's was awesome. I am going to have to figure out what I had though. I was pretty drunk and this girl I was seeing took me there.
Sometimes..yes. Sometimes there are "ORs"
In your opinion, can a guy that can't cook very well still play football in the NFL. Particularly in the NYC area.
All of the Pho places in that area are good. I used to go to the Whiskey Tavern all of the time also. Love that place
I sounds like you're in the LES. You might want to try out Sauce and tell me what you think. IMO, it's pretty good inexpensive food. I eat at a lot of Pho places when I am in the city, also.
In your professional opinion, what is the best Buckeye bar in NYC on Saturdays?
Samuel starts at TB. Wilson gets more reps at TB. I could see them running inverted veers a little bit more and dive reads a little bit less.
Going off on a bit of a tangent here, but I kind of hope someone besides Samuel is returning kicks this year. Too many athletes. One of those guys should be able to do the job returning kicks. Samuel is our most experienced TB, H, and WR we have. Let him concentrate on offense. It is possible that Samuel will have to start at TB. You don't want your starting TB returning kicks.
:) It's just one of my favorite dive bars. Kinda a running joke that I have w/ two other people. We tell tourist that they have to go to Iggys. The tourists would wonder why anyone would suggest such a place and they would complain that the place kinda smelled. Cheap PBRs and shots of Jager though. Tell'em Garry sent you.
In your professional opinion, how would you rate the dining experience at Iggy's there in the LES? You know, they allow you to bring in a slice or order from Mikey's.
Love the way this guy plays. Great hustle and drive
I'm also assuming that he will play the Viper/Leo instead of SSDE. Looks more like a Viper which might have been one of the reasons he was rated so low. Huge find. My sleeper pick of this class
He sounds like one hell of a walk-on. He had some decent offers http://247sports.com/Recruitment/Joe-Schroer-78988/RecruitInterests
Early in the season and the mid-90s is when ND football started really going downhill.
Cooper would open up his playbook and blow his load beating weaker teams on the schedule by the widest margin possible and have nothing left for the TTUN game. He was the anti- M******n surprise, sandbagging JT
Here’s another thing. The NFL considered most of the guys coming out of the Cooper era to be extremely raw. One of the examples would be when Parcells called Derek Ross a “street player” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derek_Ross. I also heard that the Rams could not believe how little technique Orlando Pace had when he came in as a rookie.
JT’s strength coach, Allan Johnson, put more of an emphasis on preparing for football than the combine.
At first, coach really liked his haircut because it looked like he was all business, but, then he turned around and coach noticed that there was a party going on in the back
I don't know. Most teams lose to Ohio St most of the time. I would really hate to be known as the guy that got beat up by Chris Everett.
I was going to say "Headstrong" by Trapt because I heard it today on an Amazon channel, but I Googled it and found out that it is from'02.
I think that Thomas will be the hardest guy to replace. His short and intermediate catches moved the chains a lot of the time. His skills took time and experience to develop. I think Noah Brown is definitely a football player. Can he be that go-to, possession WR though? We will see.
I like KFC and Popeyes. Gotta have variety.
Mark Dantonio would not have been the D-Coordinator. I doubt Gamble would have been a two-way star. Clarrett would have went to ND. The B1G was actually tough that year. Ohio St would have lost 2-3 games
Skipped leg day to work on the lats more I guess. I seems his lower body would get a workout just hauling around all that lard all day, but apparently not.
Corey Smith looked really good as a deep threat in the '15 spring game
I read an article years ago from I believe Smartfootball.com where they said one of the differences between college and pro football was that explosiveness was more important than efficiency in the college game. We need explosive plays
Bloomberg writer claims he has been short cargo pants for at least two years. http://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2016-08-05/trade-of-the-week-shorting-the-cargo-pants?cmpid=yhoo.headline&yptr=yahoo