VIDEO: Philly Cop Who Punched Woman Makes an Incredible Peach Cobbler

Lt. Jonathan Josey—the Philly cop who made national headlines by punching a woman in the face last weekend—apparently makes a scrumptious peach cobbler. Josey was featured at the 20th Philly’s Men Are Cookin’ event held in late 2011. Josey says that his grandmother would “roll over in her grave” if he told anyone the secret to the family recipe.

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  • heemy224

    Thanks Tim! Great as always

  • I know Chip said it, but I highly doubt the fact that carry extra LB’s for special teams had any part in switching to the 3-4 defense. I think it may be an added benefit, although no one has shown any numbers to back up this theory, but it wasn’t the reason. To put your entire defenses development back a year or two, and overhaul the roster just for the sake of a couple of linebackers is a bit silly. More likely the case is that, like with Chip’s offense, Chip likes unpredictability and the ability to create mismatches.

    • Richard Colton

      yeah. calling it a 3-4 seems like an oversimplification at this point. When SK1 does his all 22 after the Redskins game, I’d be interested in seeing the percentage of plays the D lines up in a pure 3-4.

    • RIP Worms

      Jimmy K did an analysis awhile back, but the stats were inconclusive.

      • Nice, thanks for the link. Figured Kempski would be on that. So definitely not enough evidence for this to be the reason to make the switch.

    • Jack Waggoner

      The way I look at it is just because your defensive end in a 4-3 might be your linebacker in a 3-4, doesn’t mean he’s any better at special teams just because you “have more linebackers”. You get better at special teams when you get better special teams players, not because you have more guys called linebackers.

  • Absecon

    Another really good reason to move to a 3-4 when we already have personnel that fits a 4-3…our personnel in the 4-3 stunk up the joint the past few years!

    • Yeah, really though. I’m not sure what’s to covet about our 4-3 personnel.

      • Bdawkbdawk

        Probably just Cole, Graham, and Curry in positions of comfort.

        • theycallmerob

          As the yang to your yin, it might seem that the 3-4 is more comfortable for Cox, Kendicks and Barwin. Soap and Logan are better fits as DL in a 3-4.
          Also, I see only 2 of those 3 you named- at best- still on the roster next year.

          • MightyJoeBanner

            Soap is really going to help out LB’s stay clean from blocks!

  • Ark87

    “base” formation doesn’t mean as much as it used to. I suspect you will see a LOT of nickle with a 4 man front. That front being Cole, Cox, Curry, Graham. Our Nickle package could end up being much better than our base D. Hell against the skins I’d just be switching between nickle and “big nickle” ( 3 safties instead of 3 cb’s, chung essentially moves into the box, also replace Curry with Sopoaga). The speed could help minimize the damage that RGIII does.

  • Myke Lowery

    I just throw caution to Fipp’s resume. I only say that because Bobby April’s Bills were highly ranked (ranked 1st three times & ST coach of the year twice) before bringing his talents to South Street.

  • ReggieKush

    I don’t want pro bowlers, I want SUPERBOWLERS!

  • Dubiy

    I didn’t know where to ask this since I don’t have twitter but, With all these athletic lineman we have now can we hypothetically run a zone blocking scheme?

  • MightyJoeBanner

    Shady is a no brainer. Maybe Cox.