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Landry’s 5 takeaways from Week 2

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Hello, Ottawa guy who drinks beer out of his shoe to the delight of TD Place fans. I’m absolutely certain that there are beers out there that would have their taste immensely improved by drinking them out of a shoe.

However, it’s still a “no” from me. I’m interested in a beer when it’s described as having, say, hints of citrus, or coffee, or that it’s hoppy. When the label exclaims “boldly infused with degraded leather and unfiltered cotton sock remnants,” I’m out.

Here are this week’s takeaways.

Somewhere, Andrew Harris, wearing a satin smoking jacket and sitting in a leather wingback chair, raised his brandy glass to his lips and took a small, thoughtful sip.

As he slowly, gently, set the glass down on the table beside him, his eyes returned to the television screen once more, and he chuckled lightly.

“I see you, Sean Thomas Erlington,” he whispered to no one but himself. “I see you.”

“But there can be only one,” he then proclaimed loudly, ominously, while stroking the cat on his lap.

A crooked smile creased his face. “There can be only one,” he repeated.

Yeah. That’s what we all thought. But it looks like there can be two. Hamilton’s second-year Canadian tailback reminded me of someone special during his dominating performance on Saturday afternoon.

Twelve rushes for 109 yards, three catches for 56, including a flat-out diving beauty, a sensational snag that went for 37 yards.

In my pre-season East preview I asked a question pertaining to each team and my Hamilton question was: “Did the Ticats make the right decision in releasing Alex Green?”

Yeah they did.

“Game on,” said Harris, before turning to me, asking me who the hell I was, what I was doing in his study and why I was writing down everything he said.

“Me? I’m no one,”........