Hopkins transitions to new role at Unity
FULTON, Ill. — As students emerged from a classroom at Unity Christian School, music filled the hallway. Not everyone was singing the same tune. Their choir lesson with music teacher Paul Hopkins had concluded for the day. They went to their lockers
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Personnel: Dion DiMucci (vocals); Jimmy Vivino (guitar, piano, electric piano, Hammond b-3 organ, Wurlitzer organ, background vocals); James Wormworth (drums); Fred Walcott (percussion). Audio Mixers: Jimmy Vivino; Todd Winmill. Recording information: Sounds Great Studios; Tedesco Studios, Paramus, NJ. Photographer: David Godlis. Dion has been on a late career roll in the 21st century, with Deja New, Bronx in Blue, Son of Skip James, Born to Be with You, and now, New York Is My Home. This date finds the original rock & roll street poet delivering a ten-song set that moves effortlessly between raucous blues and roots rock, with just the right amount of electric singer/songwriter fare mixed in. The moving, resonant title track single with duet partner Paul Simon is a scorching redo of Ride with You and a hopped-up version of Lightnin' Hopkins' Katie Mae, are two highlights.
With fantasy drafts in full swing and (almost) every team still relatively healthy and hopeful, this is a great time to be a football fan. On the other hand, it might not be the best time to be a fan of an NFC East team. It’s a two horse race between this division and the AFC South for the crown of worst division in football, but the NFC East might have taken the early lead after Tony Romo’s injury. 10 wins will likely win this division. Nine wins might do it. But with Dallas wounded, Philadelphia transitioning, New York one-dimensional, and Washington expected to regress, which team can seize the opportunity in the softest division in football. New York Giants (9-7): Odell Beckham Jr. is the best player in this division. He’s one of the best players in football. And I think he’s good enough to lead the Giants to the division crown. They went 6-10 last year, so the three win bump is not insignificant. But, now that Romo is out again, I think this is the only team in the division that is visibly better now than it was last season. They’re going to throw the ball a lot — 62% of Eli Manning’s snaps were pass-designated plays. Manning’s one of the most inconsistent quarterbacks in the NFL, but his year-end stats are generally pretty good. Case in point: last year, he threw for 4,436 yards with 35 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. He had three games with 4+ touchdown passes, but he also had four games with no more than a single touchdown, including two stinkers against Dallas’s mediocre defense. Beckham, of course, is back, and he’s now entering his third season, which makes another step up possible (and a scary thought to opponents). Randle is a super talented receiver, but he doesn’t have the route running ability, hands, or work ethic to be a consistently effective player. So the Giants drafted Oklahoma’s Sterling Shepard in the second round, and Shepard has been getting rave reviews. Victor Cruz is also slated to (finally) return to action, and while I don’t expect much production from a guy who hasn’t played in two years, any big plays he does give them will be a step up over what they got from guys like Dwayne Harris out of... I still love the Rashad Jennings-Shane Vereen combination out of the backfield, as Jennings is actually a pretty talented (albeit injury-prone) runner while Vereen is an upper-tier pass catcher. But the Shepard selection, along with a big step up from sophomore left tackle Ereck Flowers, are the real reasons that I think the offense might not end up at 19th in DVOA again. But the real reason that the Giants will win three more games this year is that the defense will be a lot better than the disaster it was last season. You could argue that they paid too much for cornerback Janoris Jenkins ($29 million guaranteed), nose tackle Damon Harrison ($24 million), and edge rusher Olivier Vernon ($53 million), none of whom has been as consistent as the money would indicate. But that’s far more likely to be a problem in future years than this season. Vernon graded as the third best edge rusher in football last year according to Pro Football Focus (behind only Kahlil Mack and Von Miller), which indicates that he was unlucky to register just 7. 5 sacks last year. This was a Giants team that really missed a full strength Jason Pierre-Paul last year. They only managed 23 sacks last season, and Robert Ayers had 7. 5 of those in the last five weeks alone. So will Jenkins, the ex-Rams cornerback who has been a solid presence since his rookie year. And rookie cornerback Eli Apple, who was drafted 10th overall, has been generating very positive reviews. As for the run defense, that’s where Harrison comes in. The guy’s a 350 pound beast who can clog the middle of the field on running downs and make way for edge rushers on passing downs. He ranked as the second best interior run stopper in the NFL last year behind Aaron Donald. Linebacker is still a question mark and the defense won’t be great, but adding good players like Jenkins, Harrison, and Vernon while drafting talents like Apple and third round safety Darian Thompson will make a big difference. This is still a team with major holes (the right side of their offensive line, slot corner, safety) and question marks (will Pierre-Paul bounce back. ), but it seems like the most talented roster in the division from top to bottom.
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Paul's Southern California BBQ Sauce (apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, cayenne, chili powder, garlic, ketchup, mustard powder, onions, salt)
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