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  1. Rather than rations here's an idea instead of chicken wings or even quarters or brest meat we sometimes get turkey legs or better yet thighs from the meat department. A really good meaty change from chicken and it's economical and delicious. Good GAMEDAY food. Try it.
  2. This is more a fine dining dish than a GAMEDAY dish so I put it here, thought I had it up once before......even hoorta has to like this one. (here is one of my favorite mushroom dishes edit add....oh NJ is my wife, a great scratch cook )NJ's TRI-MUSHROOM BORDELAISE for steaks and chops or as a side dish, serves 4In a one quart sausepan:2 Tbsp butter or margarine2 Tbsp flour Cook together in saucepan stirring often until lightly browned Dry ingredients:1 1/2 Tbsp minced onions or shallots1 Tbsp minced dry pasrley1 Bay leaf1/4 tsp thyme crushed1/4 tsp salt1/8 tsp ground pepperAdd dry ingredients to the butter and flourThen slowly stir in:10 1/2 oz. Beef broth3/4 cup good red wineIncrease heat to medium high; cook stirring constantly until thick; remove Bay leafAdd sauce to mushrooms that have been sautéed in butter; add snipped Parsley to garnish1 cup Portabella mushrooms (a very large, rich-flavored cremini mushroom, often grilled, broiled, or sautéed)1 cup Button mushrooms (a young unopened white mushroom)1 cup Shiitake mushrooms (a large, meaty, black or dark brown mushroom)*edit - adding a crushed clove of garlic to dry ingredients is optional....and also pretty good
  3. NFL SPREAD 08/23 8:00 PM 251 Philadelphia 252 Cleveland PK +05 42½u-10 41½u-10 -4 -10 41½u-10 -4 -10 41½u-10 -3½ -10 42u-10 -4 -10 41½u-10 -4 -10 41½u-10 -4 -10 Our Brownies -4 favorite against the defending NFL Champions Thursday night. And WEEK 1 for real..... 09/06 8:20 PM 451 Atlanta 452 Philadelphia 47u-10 -4 -10 46½u-10 -3 -10 46u-10 -3 -10 46½u-10 -3½ +05 46u-10 -3 -10 46u-10 -3 -10 46½u-10 -3 -10 46½u-15 -3½ -10 PHI-QB-Carson Wentz-? | TV: NBC 09/09 1:00 PM 453 Pittsburgh 454 Cleveland -7 EV 47½u-10 -5½ -10 46½u-10 -4½ -10 46½u-10 -6 -10 46½u-10 -6 -10 46½u-10 -5½ -10 46½u-10 -6 -10 47u-10 -5 -10 46½u-10 PIT-WR-Antonio Brown-Probable | TV: CBS, DTV: 706 09/09 1:00 PM 455 San Francisco 456 Minnesota 47u-10 -5 -10 46u-10 -6 -10 46u-10 -6 -10 46½u-10 -5½ -10 46½u-10 -5½ -10 46½u-10 -5½ -10 46½u-10 -6 -10 46u-10 -6 -10 TV: FOX, DTV: 710 09/09 1:00 PM 457 Cincinnati 458 Indianapolis 47u-10 -1½ -10 46u-10 -3 -20 46u-10 -3½ EV 45½u-10 -3 -20 46½u-10 -3 -20 47u-10 -3 -20 46½u-10 -3½ -10 46½u-15 -3½ -07 IND-QB-Andrew Luck-Probable | TV: CBS, DTV: 707 09/09 1:00 PM 459 Buffalo 460 Baltimore 42½u-10 -3 -25 41u-10 -6½ -10 40½u-10 -7 -10 41u-10 -6½ -10 41u-10 -6½ -10 41u-10 -6½ -15 40½u-10 -6½ -10 41u-15 -6½ -20
  4. mjp28

    Flash Is Back

    Oh god when I glanced at that I saw week 17 ........better not be.Week 1 they might have a punchers' chance to beat pizzburgh! Just checked open PIT -7 now PIT -5.5.
  5. French Onion Chicken Skillet - 1 hour to prepare serves 4-6 This is seriously an outstanding dish. If you’ve got the time to whip it up on a weeknight – we find it relaxing to cook the onions – it’ll blow your family away, otherwise, you’ll be sure to impress any and all guests for whom you make it. Regardless of whether you even like onions (it’s impossible not to like these!), this dish is a certified winner, every time! INGREDIENTS 2 pounds Vidalia onions, sliced 2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts or thighs 2 cups beef broth 1 cup swiss cheese, grated 1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil, divided 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme 1/2 teaspoon dried sage Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste PREPARATION Preheat oven to 350º F. Heat 2 tablespoons olive oil in a large, oven-proof pan or skillet over medium heat. Season with salt and cook onions, stirring occasionally, for 15-20 minutes, or until softened and caramelized. Add balsamic vinegar and cook for another 3-5 minutes or until darkened, but not burned. Remove onions from heat and transfer to a medium bowl. Heat remaining olive oil in skillet and raise heat to medium-high. Season chicken breasts with salt, pepper, thyme and sage, then place in skillet and sear on both sides until golden brown. Remove chicken from heat and set aside. Pour beef broth into skillet and bring mixture to a boil, scraping up stuck bits from the bottom of pan. Return heat to medium-low and whisk in flour, stirring until smooth. Cook for 5-7 minutes, or until mixture has thickened. Taste and adjust seasoning, if necessary. Return chicken and onions to pan, stir together with beef gravy, then top with grated swiss cheese. Transfer skillet to oven and cook until cheese is melted and bubbly, and chicken is cooked through. Remove from oven and serve hot. Enjoy!
  6. hoorta (if you want to try and broaden your horizons) or you other guys we love french onion soup plus frequently like chicken dishes we definitely are going to try this one and I'll put up the real simple recipe later. A good halftime GAMEDAY or any day meal. .....When we say this French onion chicken skillet is one of the best chicken dinners we’ve ever made, we are not exaggerating. Not even a little bit. For all you French onion soup lovers out there, get ready to have your minds blown; we turned one of our all-time favorite soups into a skillet dinner, adding chicken into the mix for some more protein and to make it a more well-rounded meal. But other than that, we prepared the onions almost exactly the same way we would to make the soup.....
  7. Hey J, did you get my Yahoo email? JDailey23 will take it, see his email address above. mjp
  8. PASSING STATISTICS Player Att Comp Yds Comp % Yds/Att TD TD % INT INT % Long Sck Sack/Lost Rating Baker Mayfield 33 18 287 54.5 8.7 2 6.1 0 0.0 54 2 19 104.0 Tyrod Taylor 12 9 121 75.0 10.1 1 8.3 0 0.0 36 0 0 134.4 Brogan Roback 4 2 22 50.0 5.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 14 0 0 66.7 Drew Stanton 4 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 -- 1 6 39.6 RUSHING STATISTICS Player Att Yds Yds/Att Long TD Nick Chubb 26 64 2.5 17 1 Carlos Hyde 10 63 6.3 26 1 Dontrell Hilliard 8 9 1.1 4 0 Baker Mayfield 7 22 3.1 6 0 Duke Johnson 5 30 6.0 18 0 Matt Dayes 5 16 3.2 7 0 Tyrod Taylor 2 7 3.5 5 0 Antonio Callaway 1 3 3.0 3 0 Brogan Roback 1 0 0.0 0 0 RECEIVING STATISTICS Player Rec Yds Yds/Rec Long TD Rashard Higgins 6 86 14.3 26 0 Da'Mari Scott 4 55 13.8 20 0 Antonio Callaway 3 87 29.0 54 1 Devon Cajuste 3 53 17.7 26 0 Damion Ratley 3 32 10.7 14 0 Nick Chubb 3 12 4.0 12 0 David Njoku 2 46 23.0 36 2 Jarvis Landry 2 36 18.0 32 0 C.J. Board 1 21 21.0 21 0 Darren Fells 1 7 7.0 7 0 Carlos Hyde 1 -5 -5.0 -5 0
  9. Passing Statistics - Just a reminder of how different this team is from 2017, a LOT! Name G Pass Pct Yds Yd/G Yd/A TD Int Long Sack-Yds Rating Fum Lost D. Kizer 15 255-476 53.6 2894 192.9 6.08 11 22 56t 38-226 60.5 6-5 K. Hogan 4 46-75 61.3 517 129.3 6.89 4 5 49 6-35 71.9 1-0 C. Kessler 3 11-23 47.8 126 42.0 5.48 0 1 31 6-48 46.6 0-0 Total 16 312-574 54.4 3537 221.1 6.16 15 28 56t 50-309 61.4 7-5 Rushing Statistics Name G Car Yds Yd/G Avg Long TDs Fum Fum Lost I. Crowell 16 206 853 53.3 4.14 59 2 1 1 D. Kizer 15 77 419 27.9 5.44 20 5 3 1 D. Johnson Jr. 16 82 348 21.8 4.24 19t 4 1 0 K. Hogan 4 10 71 17.8 7.10 11 0 0 0 M. Dayes 16 5 13 0.8 2.60 4 0 0 0 B. Treggs 6 1 6 1.0 6.00 6 0 0 0 R. Higgins 15 1 4 0.3 4.00 4 0 0 0 D. Njoku 16 1 1 0.1 1.00 1 0 0 0 J. Tretter 16 0 0 0.0 - - 0 1 0 C. Kessler 3 1 -1 -0.3 -1.00 -1 0 0 0 Total 16 384 1714 107.1 4.5 59 11 6 2 Receiving Statistics Name G Rec Yds Yd/G Avg Long TDs Fum Fum Lost D. Johnson Jr. 16 74 693 43.3 9.36 41t 3 2 2 S. DeValve 16 33 395 24.7 11.97 49 1 1 1 D. Njoku 16 32 386 24.1 12.06 34 4 0 0 I. Crowell 16 28 182 11.4 6.50 38 0 0 0 R. Higgins 15 27 312 20.8 11.56 56t 2 1 1 R. Louis 16 27 357 22.3 13.22 37 0 0 0 C. Coleman 9 23 305 33.9 13.26 44 2 0 0 K. Britt 9 18 233 25.9 12.94 38 2 0 0 J. Gordon 5 18 335 67.0 18.61 54 1 0 0 K. Williams 7 9 84 12.0 9.33 14 0 0 0 S. Coates 12 6 70 5.8 11.67 38 0 0 0 B. Treggs 6 5 79 13.2 15.80 20 0 0 0 M. Dayes 16 4 29 1.8 7.25 15 0 0 0 R. Telfer 16 3 36 2.3 12.00 20 0 0 0 D. Vitale 15 3 19 1.3 6.33 11 0 0 0 J. Leslie 2 1 26 13.0 26.00 26 0 0 0 K. Zeitler 16 1 -4 -0.3 -4.00 -4 0 0 0 Total 16 312 3537 221.1 11.3 56t 15 4 4
  10. *GAMEDAY THREAD* THURSDAY August 23, 2018, CLE in Boston 1 pm, World Champion Philadelphia in CLE 8 pm FOX Thu. 23 at Bos 1:05 PM ET STOh/NESN A. Plutko (4-3) D. Price (13-6) Preseason Schedule Week Day Date Opponent Time TV Result Week 2 Thu. 8/9 @ New York Giants 7:00 PM ET NFLN W 20-10 Week 3 Fri. 8/17 vs. Buffalo Bills 7:30 PM ET NFLN L 19-17 Week 4 Thu. 8/23 vs. Philadelphia Eagles 8:00 PM ET FOX Week 5 Thu. 8/30 @ Detroit Lions 7:00 PM ET NFLN Schedule Week Day Date Opponent Time TV Result Week 1 Sun. 9/9 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM ET CBS
  11. August Date Opp Result Rec Win Loss Save Att Wed. 1 @ Min W 2-0 59-48 C. Carrasco M. Magill B. Hand 29,261 Fri. 3 LAA L 4-7 59-49 J. Anderson O. Perez 35,242 Sat. 4 LAA W 3-0 60-49 C. Kluber F. Pena 34,814 Sun. 5 LAA W 4-3 61-49 S. Tiny Canadian Pussy Douche D. McGuire B. Hand 28,993 Mon. 6 Min W 10-0 62-49 T. Bauer K. Gibson 18,620 Tue. 7 Min L 2-3 62-50 A. Mejia C. Carrasco F. Rodney 19,921 Wed. 8 Min W 5-2 63-50 C. Allen T. Hildenberger 25,476 Thu. 9 Min W 5-4 64-50 A. Miller A. Reed 25,942 Fri. 10 @ CWS L 0-1 64-51 J. Fry N. Ramirez 18,772 Sat. 11 @ CWS W 3-1 65-51 T. Bauer J. Shields C. Allen 28,061 Sun. 12 @ CWS W 9-7 66-51 C. Carrasco D. Covey C. Allen 23,853 Mon. 13 @ Cin W 10-3 67-51 M. Clevinger H. Bailey 20,607 Tue. 14 @ Cin W 8-1 68-51 C. Kluber S. Romano 19,034 Wed. 15 @ Cin W 4-3 69-51 D. Otero C. Reed B. Hand 17,275 Fri. 17 Bal W 2-1 70-51 C. Carrasco D. Hess C. Allen 28,264 Sat. 18 Bal L 2-4 70-52 A. Cobb A. Plutko 35,007 Sun. 19 Bal W 8-0 71-52 M. Clevinger Y. Ramirez 30,555 Date Opp Time TV Indians : Pitcher Opp: Pitcher Mon. 20 at Bos 7:10 PM ET STOh/NESN C. Kluber (15-6) R. Porcello (15-5) Tue. 21 at Bos 7:10 PM ET STOh/NESN S. Tiny Canadian Pussy Douche (6-2) N. Eovaldi (5-4) Wed. 22 at Bos 7:10 PM ET STOh/NESN C. Carrasco (15-6) B. Johnson (4-3) Thu. 23 at Bos 1:05 PM ET STOh/NESN A. Plutko (4-3) D. Price (13-6) Fri. 24 at KC 8:15 PM ET STOh/FSKC M. Clevinger (9-7) H. Fillmyer (1-1) Sat. 25 at KC 7:15 PM ET STOh/FSKC C. Kluber (15-6) J. López (0-1) Sun. 26 at KC 2:15 PM ET STOh/FSKC S. Tiny Canadian Pussy Douche (6-2) G. Sparkman (0-1) Tue. 28 vs. Min 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSN Wed. 29 vs. Min 7:10 PM ET STOh/FSN Thu. 30 vs. Min 1:10 PM ET FB Fri. 31 vs. TB 7:10 PM ET STOh/SUN
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    Charlie Fry joins local coaching ranks

    That's cool, Charlie back in Ohio. And who can forget 1. Otto Graham 2. Charlie Frye .......Frye played 26 games (23 starts) in the NFL from 2005-09 with the Cleveland Browns, Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders. In 2006, he completed 64.1 percent of his passes for the Browns, which stands as the second-highest single-season mark in franchise history among passers with at least 224 attempts (Otto Graham, 1954, 64.7 percent)......
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    Kizer's 142 Passer Rating against Steelers.

    I'm sure we all saw what a 1-31 and worse a 0-16 team looked like with a rookie QB who only had 2 years of college football under his belt in the toughest position in all of team sports.....and in the graveyard for professional quarterbacks Cleveland to be quite honest. Patience. We might find a lot more about the real Kizer in the next year or two not the last one.
  14. Real quick I counted 41 in Ohio including 2 in the pizza capital of the world Parma, Ohio.
  15. Going Klubbin' The Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox will meet for the first time this season when the teams take the field at Fenway Park at 7:10 p.m. ET. It's a possible playoff preview, too, as these teams are on a collision course for the postseason. It's a primetime pitching matchup, too, as two-time Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber takes the ball from manager Terry Francona against Rick Porcello, the 2016 Cy winner. These two pitchers have won the award in three of the past four seasons. The Indians have won five straight road contests, and seven of their past eight games overall. They're also 20-7 in the past 27 games overall against a right-handed starter, and 12-2 in the past 14 on the road vs. RHP. In addition, the Indians are an impressive 22-8 over the past 30 road outings, and 11-4 in his past 15 assignments against American League East foes. While that's a great record, the Indians are 0-4 across his past four tries against teams with a winning overall record. The Red Sox enter this battle red hot, too, going 39-12 in the past 51 games overall. They're also an impressive 44-16 in the past 60 games at Fewnay Park. Boston has pushed aside nine of their past 11 opponents from the AL Central, and they're 6-1 in the past seven at home against teams with an overall winning record. The BoSox have won eight of Porcello's past 10 starts, and they're 8-3 in his past 11 at home. Boston is also 4-0 in his past four tries against teams with a winning overall record. As mentioned, this is the first meeting this season between the contenders. Totals bettors will see the over is 3-1-2 in the past six meetings between these sides. However, the under is 4-1-2 in the past seven matchups at Fenway Park, and 4-1 in the past five starts by Kluber against the BoSox. The under is also 16-5 in Porcello's past 21 starts at the Fens against teams with a winning record, and 22-8-2 in their past 32 games overall at home. The under is also 4-0 in Cleveland's past four overall, and 4-0 in their past four vs. RHP. However, the over is an alarming 16-4-1 in Kluber's past 21 starts, and 4-0-1 in his past five inside the AL East. The over is a perfect 6-0 in his past six road outings, too.
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