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    C-Gold
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    2012 NFL Take away Give away stats

    Best +/-
    #1 Patriots +25
    #2 Chicago +20
    #3 Redskins +17
    #5 Giants + 14
    #6 tie Seattle & Atlanta +13
    #8 Houston 12
    #9 tie Baltimore & San Fran 9

    Worst +/-
    Philly -24
    KC -24
    Jets -14

    Any shockers here? Vick is an ignorant turnover machine. Sanchez need I say more. KC was a joke.

    Most Take aways
    #1 Chicago 44
    #2 Giants 35
    #3 Arizona 33
    #4 Washington 31
    #4 Atlanta 31
    #4 Seattle 31
    # 7Houston 29
    #8 San Diego 28
    #9 Tampa 26
    #10 New Orleans 26
    #11 Baltimore 25 & San fran 25

    Chicago was unbelievable in take aways last year. #1 in interceptions 24 and 1 fumble behind New England for the lead with 20 fumble recoveries. Lovie preached turnovers and lovie is gone now. I'd say the wind and cold helps in Chicago but still. Look at the #2 team, Giants stadium is also windy.

    Least Take aways
    Philly 13
    Kansas City 13
    Indianapolis 15
    Dallas 16
    Detroit 17
    Miami 16
    Oakland 19
    Pittsburgh 20
    Buffalo 21
    St. Louis 21
    Jets 23

    No surprise with Philly, with crappy coaching on defense and all.

    Least Give aways
    Washington 14
    Baltimore 16
    New England 16
    Green Bay 16
    San Fran 16
    Houston 17
    Seattle 18
    Giants 21

    Look at these teams QB's. Top notch QB's and running QB's who would rather run than throw picks into coverage.
    New Orleans had 19 picks which was a lot but they only lost 5 fumbles which was the best in the NFC.

    Most give aways
    Philly 37
    Jets 37
    Kansas City 37
    Buffalo 34
    Arizona 34
    Detroit 33
    Dallas 29

    Look at these teams, look at why they suck. Vick is the most ignorant QB in the league. Dirty Sanchez and then a who'se who of crappy team QB's.

    When you look at take aways and give aways you see how awful Philly was last year. You mix an ignorant, lazy, criminal quarterback that led the league in turnovers with a crappy coached defense that was last in take aways your team will be in last place.

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    billysink
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    This here will be more useful to you in your football endeavours than last years stats. The books digested those 4 weeks ago and will reflect in their offerings.

    They have not yet tried this delicious treat.


    How to Make Kettle Corn

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    Kettle corn is the perfect sweet and salty treat, but you'll pay dearly for it if you buy it at a carnival or street festival. Fortunately, you don't have to. Here's how to make kettle corn at home for a fraction of the cost:
    Prep Time: 2 minutes

    Cook Time: 5 minutes

    Total Time: 7 minutes

    Ingredients:

    • 1/2 cup popcorn kernels
    • 1/4 cup sugar
    • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
    • Salt to taste

    Preparation:

    1. Heat vegetable oil in a large kettle over medium heat.
    2. Then, toss in three kernels, and place the lid on the kettle.
    3. Wait for the kernels to pop.
    4. Once popped, quickly stir in the sugar, and add the remaining kernels.
    5. Replace the lid, and listen for the kernels to start popping.
    6. Then, remove the kettle from the stove, and shake to keep the kernels from burning.
    7. Return the kettle to the stove for a few seconds; then, lift and shake again.
    8. Repeat until all kernels have popped.
    9. Then, salt to taste, and enjoy!




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