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Old 14th February 2019, 11:28   #1
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pponent each week http://www.billsauthorizedshops.com/...-hughes-jersey , fans take on the age-old arch-nemesis know as “hunger.” Never fear, Buffalo Rumblings has just the playbook to take down this foe. Each week, we’ll dive into enemy territory to scout their signature moves and put a “Buffalo” spin on it. Translated, each week we’ll share a themed recipe based on who the Bills are playing, including a custom wing sauce to go with each dish. Our opponent this week:New England PatriotsBuffalo Beer Cheese Dip: I'm confident that the Boston area has some signature foods we could explore. On the other hand, beer cheese is awesome and should get the prime-time billing it deserves. So to heck with the Pats and to heck with their foods. It's time for beer cheese!Buffalo Beer Cheese DipServes: Enough for a party. Easily halvesActive Time: 25 MinutesTotal Time:30 MinutesIngredients:3 Tbsp butterFinely chopped onion, to taste in the range of 1-3 Tbsp*3 Tbsp all-purpose flour1 cup Labatt Blue 1 cup whole milk1鈦? cup hot sauce**16 ounces sharp cheddar cheese, cubedBuffalo Beer Cheese DipMelt butter in medium saucepan on MEDIUM heat.Add onions; cook, stirring, 1-2 min.Add flour; mix to combine until you have a mashed potato-like consistency.Slowly add liquids*** (beer http://www.billsauthorizedshops.com/...jorquez-jersey , milk and hot sauce) a little at a time. Stir each time you add liquid. Repeat until all liquid is thoroughly mixed in. Simmer for 7-8 min, stirring occasionally.Add cheese, a little at a time; stir. Once all the cheese has been added, simmer 5 min. Stir every minute or two. Remove from heat; let sit for 5 minutes and serve with various dippin’ items. (Yes that cauliflower is orange. Yes it’s supposed to be.)Wingin’ It Tips:*You can also add other herbs/spices such as garlic powder at the same time you add the onions. **This results in a mild sauce and can be adjust to taste. The more hot sauce added, the longer the simmer time. ***Personally I combine the beer and milk before this step as it reduces the foam that happens in the pan. Adding one then the other works fine though. Also, feel free to adjust the liquid amounts, trying to stay at the 2 cups range. For more beer flavor, 1 1鈦? cups beer and 3鈦? cups milk will make a big difference. Hot sauce can be added with the other liquids or after. The Beer: Labatt Blue it is for this week. In a classic example of “some for you, some for me,” the beer goes in the recipe and us. Just remember to leave enough for the dip.Beer products provided by Labatt USA. Please drink responsibly. Coming soon!The Buffalo Bills take on the Chicago Bears. For next week’s recipe your dishes won’t need to be particularly deep and if you bring ketchup you’re bound to be heckled. More so than perhaps any other week http://www.billsauthorizedshops.com/...n-croom-jersey , the rest of this Saturday’s slate of college football will be overshadowed by a single game. With the best team in the country, No. 1 Alabama, traveling to Baton Rouge to face its first real worthy opponent of the season in No. 3 LSU, it’s inevitable that other match-ups will get overshadowed. From a scouting perspective, it’s these types of games—those that feature multiple future first-round picks—that get you excited. We shouldn’t give short shrift to the other games on the schedule for this Saturday, however. As always, let’s talk about the games, leave questions on prospects, and enjoy the weekend!Keep your eyes onC Lamont Gaillard (Georgia)A center is worth watching this week? You better believe it! Kentucky has one of the better linebacker corps in the nation and Gaillard excels at being out in front of runs and getting to the second level. His run blocking will be a major highlight all game long. In pass protection, the 6’2” senior usually wins the leverage battle with his low center-of-gravity but doesn’t necessarily have the strength to stand his ground against bigger defensive tackles.Other prospects to watchWR Stanley Morgan Jr. (Nebraska)Nebraska has been unequivocally terrible this season http://www.billsauthorizedshops.com/...y-jones-jersey , but Morgan has managed to stay productive in catching 44 passes for 638 yards and five touchdowns. The senior is a powerful yards-after-the-catch runner who doesn’t go down easily. His hands are some of the best in nation. He’ll need to be physical against the Ohio State corners though, as he won’t be able to shake them with his speed alone.QB Gardner Minshew II (Washington State)One of the few true risers at the position, Minshew has been lighting up defenses with his decision-making and pinpoint accuracy, similar to his predecessor Luke Falk. The East Carolina transfer is the nation’s leading passer, but Cal brings a top-ten Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) passing defense to the table. If Minshew carves them up similarly to Stanford or USC, his stock will continue its upward trajectory.LB Ben Burr-Kirven (Washington)A linebacker who reminds this observer of Matt Milano, Burr-Kirven is a proverbial “new age” ‘backer. Undersized, but quick and flexible—he’s at his best when allowed to knife through the offensive line to blow up runs. He’s also quick enough to be able to run with tight ends in coverage, which will be important against Stanford’s Kaden Smith, one of the best receiving tight ends around.CB Isaiah Johnson (Houston)A likely press-man specialist http://www.billsauthorizedshops.com/...n-mills-jersey , Johnson is a former wide receiver who made the adjustment to corner and is just beginning to scratch the surface of his potential. He brings great size and length to the field, which he’ll need to utilize against SMU’s prolific passing offense. It would be in his best interest to come down with an interception in the game, as he only has one on the year and scouts always appreciate corners with ball skills.RB Myles Gaskin (Washington)The Stanford front seven is weak this year, which means that a player like Gaskin should be able to take advantage of them in both the running and passing game. Gaskin is a versatile player—equally proficient catching the football as he is running with it—but, despite that versatility, observers are worried that he doesn’t have any elite traits. Coming out and having an ultra-productive day against The Cardinal would greatly help his draft stock.Game of the WeekNo. 1 Alabama vs. No. 3 LSU8:00 PM, ESTCBS Far and away the biggest game of the college football season so far, this game will be absolutely chock full of NFL prospects. Almost every starting defender for both teams will be drafted, with highlights being LSU cornerback “Greedy” Williams, LSU linebacker Devin White and Alabama’s underclassman phenom http://www.billscheapshop.com/cheap-...ah-hyde-jersey , defensive tackle Quinnen Williams. However, don’t neglect the offenses. Alabama’s offensive line is experienced, especially tackle Jonah Williams. LSU’s tight ends, Foster Moreau and Thaddeus Moss couldn’t be more stylistically different, but are both on scouts’ radars.
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Old 14th February 2019, 11:50   #2
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