In a small village named Auburn Hills a merry band of men wearing brilliant blue shorts and tank tops all rimmed in red have gathered. Some of these men are fleet of foot. Some of these men are as tall and willowy as pines. Still others in this band are known as large and very strong.
Two men in particular, very young, stand out as particularly capable of thwarting those that would seek to deny joy to the village and all those that would seek to share in the festivities of the realm. Two men in particular may be defined by those that would hope to compete with them as being beasts.Known as Monroe and Drummond, they appear ready to defend the village and its band from the attacks of outsiders from faraway hill and dale.
Once known simply as bad boys, this band with these two men, now lays claim to the title: Beasts of the East. Let fear and pain be the reward of all who dare to cross the path of this band of merry men!
1. I think that we've been trying to under-estimate their contributions, and we should raise our expectations now!
2. I think that we will see them build upon this performance, but that we shouldn't get too carried away.
3. I think that this performance was against poor competition, so I'm not so optimistic.
4. They simply did what they can do. Some nights this will work, others not so much.
5. This performance was the pinnacle of what we will see, it's all down hill from here.