I know two bars that have nothing but craft beer and PBR on tap. I do not know why PBR is getting lumped in with craft beer. PBR has GMO high fructose corn syrup. Doesn't that disqualify it from being craft?
PBR is the best cheap beer. I used to drink it b/c a dive bar had a PBR+Jager shot special.
I'm actually alive for this season
That's a lot of nanas baking him cookies. No wonder he got fat.
A lot of the hair metal bands were just—at least, when it comes to their sound—trying to, wanna being Kiss and Van Halen.
Well, they play Van Halen on Hair Nation. :) I know 'Hair Metal" has a lot of negative connotations, but I really think it was more just pop metal. Much more of a old rock n roll base with the volume turned up.
For me. Crue, Kiss, and Van Halen were good hair metal bands. Def Lep, Poision, Ratt, and Bon jovi were just crap my sister listened to.
They can't do math up north?
I was not talking to you. I was talking about a post I made earlier
Further up in the thread
Really???? He blocked one DB in these highlights
Shorter and more compact would be a good thing for a running back
You're actually all over the place. You said earlier that Samuel would make a good lead blocker and it certainly sounded like you were saying that Samuel will be the every down back.
Smith and Sanders were shorter and more compact than Samuel, so some of your size comparisons don't really make sense.
Did anyone ever say that Samuel wouldn't split reps with Weber? I don't think it will be a 50/50 split
One small guy that was a legit every down back in the NFL was James Brooks. Strong as hell for his size and he had no problem running in between the tackles, but he wanted to be traded away from San Diego b/c they wanted to use him like Chuck Muncie a power back
Yeah, most of the guys people are mentioning play a scatback role. I think Samuel will be pretty valuable on the next level b/c he will have developed more receiving skills than just simply catching some swing passes or screens. NFL O-Coordinators will like that.
I think Samuel gets reps at TB but I think that there is a limited playbook with him in there. The main example is, when the H-B motions into the backfield to create a 2-RB formation, the TB basically becomes the fullback/lead blocker. I don’t know if Samuel will be that effective at that. Basically, I don’t like a 2-RB formation with Samuel and Wilson
Samuel is pretty unique in the fact that he has started games at H, TB and WR. If you can move him around all over the place and create mismatches, why not do that? I think that, since Dunn is gone, Samuel gets more reps at TB and Wilson gets more reps at H-B
Samuel is a guy that has started games at H, RB, and outside receiver. His real strength, IMO, is his versatility and playing a hybrid role. The fact that Coach Meyer can move the guy all over and create mismatches is awesome. There is no doubt, however, that Samuel gets more reps at TB now that Dunn is gone.
It's really not a big deal or adjustment for the H to get a few more reps at the TB position. At the H, he can motion into the backfield from the slot and run an inverted veer. At the TB, he is already in the backfield.
Those white shoes were a gift from Bo.
Put on Woody's pants, Corso's jacket, Bo's tie, and, of course, white shoes then you'd be pimping
Houston just beat Florida St in a bowl game and they have another year with Greg Ward Jr
Good stuff. It's unbelievable how good of a writer he was when he was a teenager.
Triple option out of the spread formation. Dive read w/ the TB and a pitch read with the H.
That was the Crazy Option or I think some people call it the Shovel-Pass Option