I would have posted this earlier, but I came home this evening to the cops on my front lawn. Apparently, my house was a victim of what is known as a "ring and run." Being that I had no idea what this was before tonight, I'll explain it to you. A "ring and run" is when a child (presumably a delinquent adolescent on a fast track to a serious relationship with his future cell mate) rings a doorbell and runs away. This is designed to scare the bejesus out of the home owner.
Mission accomplished. I currently am typing this with one hand. The other one is clenched to my Louisville Slugger. Better not visit Lauterbach headquarters this evening.
Now for the topic at hand:
I read this in Newsday this morning and could only elicit one reaction: a gleeful yelp
Playbooks were distributed to players Thursday. That night, unbeknownst to the coaches, Sanchez gathered the offense together to install the base offense of 18 plays.
From Erik Boland
Wow. Talk about initiative. The kid is not even on the team 7 days yet and he's taking a serious leadership role. Does it mean the kid's a hall of famer? Of course not. But the idea that he's not ready for the NFL has to take a serious hit.