Cooking With Miko

March 14th, 2016
The secret to Brent Grimes' longevity.

The secret to Brent Grimes’ longevity.

Usually, NFL players going on 33-years old are not playing their best football. That’s not exactly the case with new Bucs corner Brent Grimes.

Bucs AC/DC-loving general manager Jason Licht opened today’s presser to introduce Grimes as the newest Bucs defender saying Grimes likely played his best football the past few years in Miami.

When asked about why it is Grimes has been able to cheat Father Time, Grimes said the secret is cooking prepared by his wife Miko.

Grimes said he rarely ate any greens or vegetables of any sort until he met Miko and she prepared meals for him. Squash is one of his favorites.

“Oh, and I like asparagus,” Grimes said. “Food is the key.”

There you have it. The secret to success in the NFL: squash and asparagus.

Hey, if it works for Grimes, maybe the Bucs might want to hire Miko to be the team’s nutritionist?

15 Responses to “Cooking With Miko”

  1. MarineBucsFan Says:

    Haha, this is going to kill all the Miko article haters!!!

  2. Ray Rice Says:

    He also likes deep sea diving. Just ask Miko!

  3. Clodhopper Says:

    There is a lot of truth to this. I saw this flick on Netflix called Hungry for Change. The jist of it is basically this topic here. I started eating mostly whole foods, plant based meals. I cannot and will not give up meat but since I started eating like Grimes does, my energy is through the roof. Miko knows how to cook for her man!

  4. Buc1987 Says:

    Clodhopper…more veggies than meat. That’s my new diet I’ve been on for the past 3 weeks and it seems to be working like magic. Not sure if that’s what’s kept me healthier but it seems to work.

  5. Brandon Says:

    Guys, it’s all about calories in vs. calories out. It is simple science. Eating clean and healthy is all fine and dandy but if you’re eating at a caloric surplus, you will gain weight and feel sluggish. If you are eating at or slightly below your AMR, you will maintain or lose weight and feel a bit better.

    As for meat or not to meat, one must eat meat if they plan on playing sports or frequenting the gym and getting results. A person CANNOT get the results they desire from a diet void of meat. Red meat is not unhealthy or dangerous, especially when it is lean red meat. What is unhealthy and dangerous is higher calorie foods that cause us to gain weight.

  6. Mike Johnson Says:

    Anything..any article produced by Joe or our media concerning this..attention craved nobody lady gets my, NOT NEWSWOTHY Label. I won’t even read the article,

  7. Nole on Sat.-Bucc on Sun. Says:

    Wise words Brandon..

  8. Miko Says:

    @Mike Johnson…Yo, who you callin nobody? Me n my boy gonna turn this team into winners…lots a greens and gettin mean 🙂

  9. Pirate n packerland Says:

    She’said not the first lady of football let alone the Bucs, please stop this nonsense.

  10. Buccfan37 Says:

    Most people can substitute for meat in their diet and remain healthy. Zucchini and yellow squash are both GMO.

  11. OAR Says:

    Wow marrying a wife that cooks… there’s a novel idea.

  12. dave Says:

    yeah brandon, because you know exactly how the human body operates and what it needs.
    being sarcastic

  13. The Rockstar Says:

    Just go ahead rename the site or maybe

  14. This Guy Right Here Says:

    The Rockstar Says:
    March 14th, 2016 at 7:02 pm

    Just go ahead rename the site or maybe

    Seriously tho… Its like Miko is to Joe what the Kardashians are to TMZ/BSPN…

    Hey Joes, get Back To Basics & stick to the Real Sh!t!

  15. godzilla13 Says:

    I have a feeling this is the real Miko posting here on this site. Show some respect. How cool is it to have the wife of our new starting CB posting here at Miko can hopefully provide some insite to the fans with answers to questions even Joe can’t get the scoop on. C’mon Miko tell us its really you?