Even though Pat Shurmur was OC in Philly all last year, I think this game is the best example of his offense since Chip Kelly was fired a week prior.
Post-game article: http://www.mcall.com/sports/columnists/mc-eagles-pat-shurmur-0103-20160103-column.html
Also, the play call at 10:20 instantly reminded me of CP’s touchdown vs Texans in Week 5, which is mildly interesting.
Questions post: http://goedhartvoordieren.nl/?page=r/timberwolves/comments/57mwwk/timberwolves_broadcaster_dave_benz_is_coming_on/
Thanks for the questions guys, we only had time for a few of them. Sorry in advance for the audio issues last ~15 minutes, Dave had some cell reception issues. Thanks for the questions & checking out the pod :)
Listen to the episode:
This is his second appearance on our podcast, and just wanted to get some input from the /r/Timberwolves community this time :)
What questions do you have for him?
Who is "we" here? Who are you? What is your podcast? You seem to assume I have any idea who you are.
Just a couple dudes from Minnesota with a big heart for this team!
Some links if you're interested:
Thanks for checking us out :)
I download and listen to podcasts at work on Google Play. Always looking for Wolves content, any plans to post there in the future?
We're on Google Play Music Store! Search "Timberwolves Podcast" and look for this logo
Eli Manning watches CW tv shows in his free time
Cam trying to bring back the top hat wtf?
Saw /u/RedLevelEmergency post on /r/pics and was able to find a video of it.
Anyone else completely naked?
Just wanted to make sure you know who the true MVP is:
Bonus re-watch: Vikings vs Seahawks Week 13
Do you by chance have a reupload of this? It's been taken down.
I don't, NFL took it down :(
Quotes/excerpts from the particular book: http://www.fastcompany.com/3043628/tim-cook-tried-to-offer-steve-jobs-a-portion-of-his-liver-jobs-refused
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