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With our offense switching to 12 personnel...

Yesterday, 10:01 PM

Would it make sense drafting Kelvin Benjamin and playing him as a tweener?  Our offense will be deadly... Most of the time he will draw coverage's by LBs and Safeties and both are mismatch. 


Chud ran 12 personnel with Olsen and Shockey.  Our basic formation this year will be:






Another option is to get a speedy WR in 1st and Troy Niklas in 2nd.


12 Personnel offense can also help a lot with bad LT and RT (our current issue).  


12 Personnel does not require to have a #1 WR because TE's will likely have more catches.



Russian invasion of Eastern Ukraine has begun. Obama sends additional fighter jets and...

13 April 2014 - 10:09 AM


Russian spetsnaz invading local police buildings through out Eastern Ukraine.

US send additional F-16 and F-22 fighter jets to Eastern Europe. US also sends 2nd destroyer into Black Sea. This is anti-missile destroyer, designed to shutdown Nuclear missiles. Apparently Putin is pissed. US slowly but surely increasing military presence around Russia.


Did you ever...

12 April 2014 - 07:18 AM

Farted in the car right before bring it to dealership and watch customer service employee get inside only few moments later?

I would like 3 toppings please: Pepperoni, Extra Cheese and Hepatitis

11 April 2014 - 08:44 AM



The Mecklenburg County Health department is trying to get in touch with thousands of customers of the Papa John’s Pizza at Cambridge Commons Drive in east Charlotte because a manager at the restaurant was diagnosed with hepatitis A.

The Health Department contacted Eyewitness News to try to get the warning out.

Health officials said it's very important if anyone was exposed, they get treated.

LINK: CDC information on Hepatitis A.

Customer after customer went to the restaurant returning pizzas and asking for refunds after they were told of the outbreak.

Papa John’s has set up a hotline to answer questions. Please call 855-397-7777

“I think I'm going to cancel my order and go somewhere else because that doesn't seem safe,” said Antoine Haynes.

The manager would not make a comment but health officials said a manager who made the pizzas at the Cambridge Commons store off Harrisburg Road contracted the disease while overseas.

They believe customers who ordered food from March 24 to April 7 may have been exposed.

There were about 2,400 orders were made during that time.

“Particularly, if you had a Papa John's pizza on March 28 or 29, you need to get in right away and get a vaccine, said Health Director Marcus Plescia.

He said people have 14 days from the time to exposure to get a vaccine, otherwise it isn't effective.

Plescia said the Health Department does regular inspections of the restaurant and he believes workers exercise good hygiene which may protect people from hepatitis A exposure.

“The only hepatitis case we know about right now is this Papa John's employee,” Plescia said.

But it's the unknown that makes people like Khiva Hines concerned.

“A lot of questions and a lot of word to pass around because this caters to the whole community over here,” Hines said.

There are 5,000 vaccinations being ordered.

The Health Department will administer them at the Mecklenburg County health office on Beatties Ford Road and at the Cabarrus County Health Department Friday from 4-8 p.m.

There will be another vaccination this weekend but that time and location has not been set.

Symptoms from hepatitis A can range from mild to severe while some people won't see any symptoms at all.

Symptoms include fever, nausea, vomiting, joint pain and jaundice and appear anywhere from two to six weeks after exposure and last two months, but can last longer.











Yeap, better ingredients alright...

Jase arrested, will spend next 30 days in jail :(

10 April 2014 - 02:35 PM



A man will spend about a month in jail after he admitted to sucking on a woman's toes at a Walmart in Lincolnton.

Michael Brown pleaded guilty to assault on a female Thursday morning in a Gaston County courtroom.

The victim watched the hearing from the back of the courtroom and had a blank stare when the judge gave Brown a 60 day sentence.

She then left the courthouse in tears.

In court, Brown told the judge, "I apologize to the victim. I am ready to take full responsibility for my actions.”

Last month, Brown went into the Walmart in Lincolnton, told a woman he was a podiatry student, and asked to help her try on shoes.

She thought he was an employee.

Police said he sucked on the woman's toe.

Brown seemed pleased with what happened in court Thursday.

Brown has a criminal history of doing lewd things with women's feet that dates back to 2001.






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