Really hard to know what to expect out of this team. I want to see improvement from last year. Batum and MKG seem to be the x-factor in getting to the playoffs. Also we need to develop an identity quickly if we want have a shot at fielding a decent team this year. Clifford has to know that this is the year that he better produce some results or he'll probably be gone.....Cho too. Clifford and Cho must be in win now mode which explains all the roster moves.
The only thing that changes between pork ribs and beef ribs is the cook time. Low and slow is the best way to go. I'd recommend going 225 degrees. With any meat you're looking for the meat to separate from the bone. You'll probably be looking at an 8 to 9 hour cook time, but I'd keep a thermometer handy. With rubs...typically you want to apply them right before you begin cooking the ribs. This is because the rub will clump because of the water content in the meat. So I'd recommend blotting the top of the ribs with a paper towel before you apply the rub. You shouldn't have to worry about trimming the ribs, but I'd still check for any silver-skin or casing.
Bersin has had a good camp, and right now I think both Bersin and Boykin have balled out more then Philly. Notice how Philly started to suck when everyone was told to call him Corey. He's always gonna be Philly to me.