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Kissing Suzy Kolber:
Sorry, Hank Hill.
We’re back in business after a big week. That means it’s time to splurge on something truly unnecessary. Behold, the $450 cookbook. Modernist Cuisine is a five volumes of art, science, and technique. It’s awesome to look at, and totally not worth the absurd amount of money. I want it more than anything.
Last Week: 9-3-1
San Francisco at Detroit -4
Which upstart is for real? I’m not picking the Lions as much as I am not picking Alex Smith.
Indianapolis at Cincinnati -7
I’ve been slow to come around on the Bengals. I’m ready to admit that they might not be that terrible. AJ Green is a monster, and they give up fewer yards than any defense in the league. Besides Curtis Painter
Buffalo +3 at New York Giants
The Giants have been giving up metric ******** of rushing yards the last few weeks. If Seattle and Arizona can do it, so can Buffalo.
Philadelphia -1.5 at Washington
I can’t tell if I’m being rational or a cynical anti-homer. Either way, I hav...
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They're doing it fast.
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