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Jon Gruden learned on Monday Night Football that a team led by smokin’, IDGAF about anything Jay Cutler can best Tom Brady and the Patriots. Wild, I know — but that wasn’t all Jon took away from his visit to Hard Rock Stadium. He was also instructed on the art of the “Philly Hunch” during his sidetrip to Flavortown USA with Guy Fieri:
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For those who pretend they’ve never heard of The Hunch on Triple D, here’s a rundown (via The Seattle Times):
Q: While on the job, you down a lot of sloppy eats, and you do it a lot less delicately than, say, Giadia DeLaurentiis. So, give us the low-down on how to keep the drips and dribbles off our bowling shirts.
A [Guy]: With messy food, or foods with a lot of sauce, you do “The Hunch.” I learned it in Philly, watching the dudes in suits eat cheesesteaks. You keep your elbows above your hands because if you don’t, the grease runs down your sleeve to your elbow. [Oh, and by the way] Contrary to popular belief, I eat all types of food. Fried food is my least favorite.