We never thought we’d find a place where we belong.
Don’t have to stand alone, we’ll never let you fall.
Don’t need permission to decide what you believe.
I said jump, down on Jump Street.
I said jump, down on Jump Street.

Your friends will be there when your back is to the wall.
You’ll find you’ll need us cause there’s no one else to call.
When it was hopeless a decision’s what you need.

You’d better be ready to, be ready to jump.
21 Jump Street


21 Jump Street” was the third primetime series to air on the newly formed FOX network, helping to round out a popular Sunday night lineup that included “Married…With Children” and “The Tracey Ullman Show.” The series ran from 1987-1991, and starred Johnny Depp as officer Tom Hanson, Holly Robinson as detective Judy Hoffs and Peter DeLuise as officer Doug Penhall to name a few. Here are officer Hanson’s “must starts” for week 13 to help you Jump into your league’s playoffs followed by a recipe for Jerk Chicken


Officer Hanson’s “Must Starts” week 13


“Now dad remember. Smile, be polite, and whatever you do don’t tell the pig joke.”

“Hey, look, Mrs. Rossini, you’ve got to admit this neighborhood’s falling apart. I mean, look at Samantha. When she starts coming home with black eyes, I think it’s time for me to get out.”

“I learned how to speak English by watching Dragnet in reruns, and I used to think a stakeout was what you did to get a sirloin to go. Now don’t ask me what I thought ‘assume the position’ meant.”




Arian Foster

C.J. Spiller

Marshawn Lynch

Adrian Peterson

Trent Richardson

Mikel Leshoure

Doug Martin

Jamaal Charles

Chris Johnson

Ray Rice

Stevan RidleyBenJarvus Green-Ellis




Calvin Johnson

Andre Johnson

Victor Cruz

A.J. Green

Vincent Jackson

Brandon Marshall

Julio Jones

Dez Bryant

Percy Harvin

Demaryius Thomas

Cecil Shorts

Marques Colston

 Roddy White Wes Welker Reggie Wayne




Aaron Rodgers

Robert Griffin III

Matthew Stafford

Drew Brees

Peyton Manning

Tony Romo

Matt Ryan

Andrew Luck

 Eli Manning

Tom Brady

Cam Newton

Colin Kaepernick




Jimmy Graham

Aaron Hernandez

Antonio Gates

Tony Gonzalez

Jason Witten

Marcedes Lewis

Owen Daniels

Brandon MyersJermichael Finley



Depending on your league settings, chances are that you have some kind of combination of the above for your starting lineup. These are the top options for this week and it is hard to make a case to bench any of them. It’s when you get into the players not on this list where it gets tricky.

For most leagues, your team needs at least 110 points to have a chance of winning. To get to this number and above, you will need at minimum 12 points from each of your starters (a little more from your QB and a few from your kickers and defense). This is the threshold for my IN/OUT predictions.





DeAngelo Williams @ KC

It seems Jonathan Stewart will miss some time with and ankle injury, making the timeshare in Carolina all D’s. This and the fact that he faces the Chiefs defense that gives up a bunch of points to opposing running backs, makes D-will one to start.


Chris Wells @ NYJ

Beanie didn’t rush for a ton of yards last week, but did score twice. Arizona doesn’t have much to play for right now, seeing that they are just about out of the playoff hunt after losing 7 in a row after starting the season 4-0. wow. They don’t travel to the east coast and play well, their OL is in shambles, and they are starting rookie 7th rounder Ryan Lindley and a back up center. All this means bench all Cardinals right? Nope. I think the only one you can count on for this team is a healthy and fresh back, “beanie” supposedly named because he ate a lot of beans as a kid. Fascinating!


Michael Crabtree @ St. Louis

I have never been a fan of Crabs the tree. But one thing is for sure, he owns the Rams. In the last three meetings between the teams, Crabtree has 17 catches for 252 yards and four TDs on 21 targets. He is getting the looks from “Special K” in his last 2 starts, so that is also something to consider. You never know what you are going to get from him each week, but judging on his past experience against the Rams, I say roll the dice and play Craps, I mean Crabs.




Danario Alexander vs CIN

Danario has been tearing it up lately, and had probably helped you team get into your leagues playoffs, but this week is one to bench him. He has a thigh injury that may limit his production, and he is facing the Bengals who have a very good pass defense who will focus on him regardless. He will not be the leading scorer for the Super Chargers.


Michael Turner vs NO

As I mentioned before, “The Burner” is losing touches to Jacquizz Rodgers. You would think that I would like him because of the matchup and the potential shootout, but I am not convinced that he is a starter for your team going forward. He only has one game with more than 60 rushing yards in his past six, a trend I don’t see changing anytime soon.


Alfred Morris vs NYG

The youth movement in our nation’s capital is in full swing. Morris scored on Thanksgiving and had a decent day, but I really don’t see how he can follow that up this week against the “other” team from NY. Just a few weeks ago, it was considered a lost season in DC, then they won a couple. This week, they come crashing back to reality, and even Alfred can’t save the season.





John’s Jerk Chicken



3 Lbs bone-in Chicken pieces (drumsticks & thighs)

Applewood chunks or soaked chips


1/2 cup fresh orange juice
1/2 cup fresh lime juice
1 bunch scallions, white and green parts, roughly chopped
2 habanero peppers, stemmed and seeded, white parts removed
3 garlic cloves, roughly chopped
1 Tb fresh Thyme leaves
1 Tb ground allspice
1 Tb kosher salt
2 tsp fresh ground pepper
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp dry mustard
1/4 tsp freshly ground nutmeg



In a blender, combine marinade ingredients and process for about 1 minute.  (don’t forget to use gloves when prepping the habanero, you’ll thank me later).

Cut a few holes in the chicken to allow marinade to penetrate. place chicken in zip lock bags and distribute marinade evenly. refrigerate for up to 16 hours.

Remove chicken and bring to room temp.  reserve marinate and keep in refrigerator. Meanwhile, prepare a two-zone fire for low heat or set up your smoker for 225-250.  Add some wood chunks or soaked chips. wait for white smoke to clear.

Place chicken on grill or smoker away from direct heat, skin side down. Pour marinade in a saucepan.

Bring marinade to a boil and keep it there for at least 30 seconds to kill any raw chicken bacteria.

After 1 hour brush the sauce on the chicken, and turn skin side up and brush more, cook for another 45 to 1 hour, adding fresh coals or lump charcoal. take the chicken off the grill put in a baking dish, cover and refrigerate for 30 to 60 minutes.

Set up grill for direct medium heat, take the chicken out and grill right over coals to crisp the chicken skin. Start skin side down and heat until until warm and well browned on all sides. 5-10 minutes. serve warm.



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