On Oct 7, 2020:
Bellinger robbing Tatis of that HR might be the difference in the series. Damn that was a colossal swing of things.
On Oct 5, 2020:
Hoyer loses FGs twice for his team by holding ball too lone. Should be 9-6 instead of 3-6.
Terrible clock and challenge management by NE at the end of the half!
On Sep 13, 2020:
posted by friendfromlowry
Chargers called the timeout. Bengals called their last timeout way before that. So still bad clock management.
Thanks, I didn't realize that.
Why did they spike the ball, then call time out? If they were going to call time out, don't spike the ball. Because they blew the time out they couldn't run from the 3, because if they got stopped the time would run out. Bad clock management, but not by Burrow. At least that is my impression from listening without benefit of video.
It is hard to shake traditions!
Burrow runs a 23 yd QB draw for the first score in his first game to take the lead. That will put him solidly in the plus rushing yards, so all the game winning, yard losing, kneels he will take in his career will not put him negative for career rush yardage!
posted by Ironman92The Steelers are playing Monday, so doesn't that leave the Hunington market free to choose whether they want to carry the Browns game at 1pm or the Bengals at 4pm? And they chose the Browns?
Week 1 and CBS only has the 1:00 and a Fox has the 1:00 and 4:25 and CBS not showing Bengals but are showing the Browns/Ravens snd people are losing their minds lol. We are in the Huntington market and get Steelers game over Bengals anyways. People can’t understand one network shows a 1:00 only and other shows a 1:00 and a 4:25.
I’d like to watch but oh well
On Jul 23, 2020:
Who will play at the earlier date? Soto out with Covid or Kershaw out again with a bad back.
On Jun 14, 2020:
I think it is just about a third of their "salary", and it is pretty fair.
On Apr 20, 2020:
I'm ready to fill up now with this scenario, after I saw on TV that oil closed today at minus 38 $/gal:
Refinery buys it for -38 $ per bbl($-0.90 per gallon) because the owner can't dump it on the ground like the dairy farmers do their milk, so he pays refinery to take it. Refiner keeps people employed and refinery running and turns it into gasoline. Refinery sells it for -80 cents, Trucker gets 10 cents to haul it to the station, tax is 57 cents, gas station gets 13 cents profit and I get the gas for free!
posted by BRF
Fried in butter.....amazing
Absolutely true! 55-60 years ago we used to find them on our farm, in the woods along the creek, in west central Ohio. Haven't looked much in the last 50 years. Found a prime one about 20 years ago in the flower bed as I walked into a bank. After I did my banking I snatched it -- was very good fried in butter. Prime season was late April to mid May, when there was plenty of moisture and the temps got up over 75F for a couple days. Most memorable find was on my birthday, May 12.
On Apr 17, 2020:
posted by Ironman92
1. Sutter 276
2. Gossage 248
5. Palmer 1
So you are telling me that either Fingers or Eckersley had no saves after 1976?
On Apr 16, 2020: