Good revival. Two I like:
1. Jack White covering U2's "Love is blindness"
2. Kings of Leon covering Robyn's "Dancing on my own" - its arguable if this one is better than the original, but it is very well done.
Phinney still is Orin Swift, and prisoner is what he sold to IIRC Constellation for $35MM. We had visited just when he sold. The story we heard is that the sale of Prisoner let him buy the winery in Maury France where most of the D66 grapes grow.Both the D66 bottles and the prisoner bottle that was off for me were all pre-sale.
I started off as an orin swift fanboy (dave phinney is the winemaker), but D66 I find to be remarkably uneven. Had some great bottles and some very mediocre ones. I've even had a few weak bottles of Prisoner.
I think part of the fruit bomb allure (at least for the better ones) is that they are great drinking wines if you are doing nothing else but kicking back with a friend or two and a bottle, especially if the friends are not wine drinkers.
Whatever the kids coaching problems, I really do think he was badly damaged by Shanahan both mentally and really physically. I don't think he's the same, and doubt he ever will be.
The optimistic side says Gruden is benching the kid to let him heal, regain confidence in his leg, learn the offense, learn humility, etc. The pessimistic side says he never finds himself and is out of the league in a few years.