Ryan Day is our QBs coach...since you asked.
Depending on your age, it's going to happen whether you like it or not. Automation in cars is one of the best places for automation, IMO.
To be fair, was it a python? Those garden snakes won't do the trick.
I can attest to this. Works for dryer vents as well.
The trip I usually go on consists of 50+ canoes/kayaks and full kegs of beer, but it's on a back country stretch of water in PA. With so many people around, you're probably better off with just liquor and water. Pace yourself, though.
Packers are looking a little sparse for my liking. Although, Linsley is a beast!
Just learned that he's from Napoleon, OH, my original hometown before I moved to Bowling Green. Apparently my brother knew him as they were in the same grade. Terrible news. Prayers up for family and friends.
with the adaptations Kevin Wilson has made.'
Just because Meyer is pleased with the adaptations doesn't mean the OLine is solid. It likely means the adaptations play more to the team's strengths while hiding the weaknesses. Something Warinner was atrocious at.
Give me the women's and add gray buckeye leaves on back and you have yourself a winner. Instead, I won't be buying the shoe, again.
Looks like 11W is making some ad money as well, hence the "Sponsored" tag.
And Tate isn't, in fact, "in the mix" for the backup QB spot. Duh.
Also sounds like there's going to be less and less media access in the future. I wonder if stuff like this is what Eric and Tim were referring to when saying that the future of sports journalism was a scary one.
I imagine he'll be ready to go by game 1, but if not, Hopkins is in line for some work. I think Hopkins thrives more in that role anyways. Duly noted for fantasy.
Not to mention that the 2016 game was a hideous game. Two mediocre offenses going against good defenses, was tough to watch. Not that good defenses aren't fun to watch, but that was not a pretty game. I voted 1919 Chic Harley without hesitation.