Brian Schottenheimer, Tom Brady, Sean Mcdermott discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show


Think Urban's really well set up for that. Bringing in guys like Darryl Bevel on offense. Brian Schottenheimer is the past game coordinator. This is a lot of mind that I've worked with a lot of young players and had a lot of success, and you know, in urban everywhere he's been he's won. I know we all remember that he wanted Ohio State that he wanted Florida but he wanted bowling green, and he wanted Utah in a way that those two programs have number one cent. So I just feel like it can work there and with Trevor and cap space and picks and all that, Um, I don't know I'm about somebody's excited for this opportunity is one of the guys I've worked with you is, you know, a first round pick, but he's excited for this opportunity is I've been about about anybody's Palmer, My guest woman thought about that he he did throw on Friday, but he's gonna need surgery on that left shoulder for those who do not know what does the surgery address? And how does that impact the way you work with him in the coming months? Well, you know the whole value and bumping the pro day up was so that he can go ahead and have surgery now, so e think it's and I'm not. This is not my world, but I think it's about a two month deal. Um it's a very standard procedure. I mean, the kind of deal with the surgeon who does it did three more this morning, right before you, you know. And, um So it's a very standard deal. It's got a great plan from physical therapy standpoint, we're so the guy named Drew Drew Marcos that motives who's probably the best physical therapist in the country will be doing all that and So it's really not a big deal. He just has to go through and follow the guidelines. We shall do and he'll be back back, throwing here in a couple months, and he'll be ready well before the season starts and have plenty of timeto. To get his body and everything under control and where he wants it to be for the start of the season. We're talking Jordan Palmer. Sure. What about Josh Allen? He had a breakout year this year as somebody who has worked with him in the past and on a personal level. What was it like to see him take such an enormous step forward this year. Well, I mean, I've got used to work with a lot of guys and you know you put yourself into him. You hope for the best and to be honest with you challenge me to watch him take that step this early. Um, I mean, I kind of every week continued to be blown away, even though I'm pulling for him, and I believe that it could happen, but still to see it on Big games, too. It's not like you beat up on the bad teams and struggled first, the good ones. You beat up on everybody and I just that you could kind of see all the pieces when if you're around him, he's funny. He's as funny of a quarterback as we have in this league and as much fun to hang out with as we have any quarterback in this league But also the greatness that he sees in himself the confidence It was just cool to see all those things come together on top of, you know, mechanically and accuracy and Just goes to show you if you go to an organization and what Brandon being the general manager's done there. On Brian Table on offense, and Ken Dorsey, his quarterback coach. It's the sum of all these parts and, yeah, we can talk about Stefan digs, but the reality is that they were really good last year, too, and they just continued to build around this young player. On support him in a way where I actually think you know, we look at Kansas City and we look at some of these. These teams that have laid out the blueprint for how toe You know, drafted, build around quarterback and Brandon Bean and Sean McDermott in the pool, a family. I think they've kind of reset the bar in terms of what is building around a young quarterback supposed to look like I think it's supposed to look like what? They just didn't Buffalo Joran Palmer joining me for a couple of more moments. I gotta ask you to order. What do you make of how Tom Brady played in the Super Bowl and over the course of the season? Well, there's something kind of cool, but I'm seeing with my eye on Tom Brady. Right now. That's not really talked about. So this class football season. I've got a guy I work with. You just focuses on the biomechanics and the movement side of things and My right hand man with coaching quarterbacks, and they gave him a study. I said, Find me the top couple movers in the league meeting the guys who moved the most efficiently. No wasted movement. When they lean or cut or plant they don't get outside of their hips. Stay within their hips and, ironically, that the guys that we identified as the two best movers in the league or Cuyler Murray and Tom Brady, and how ironic is that? That's wild 5 11 and arguably the best athlete in the league at the position outside of maybe Lamar. Then the other guys 43 years old, and I don't know you could make the argument body wise you in the least the bottom. Couple athletes in the league of the position, but his what he's done with his team and Alex Guerrero and all these guys is he's just become one of the most efficient movers. And that's before we start talking about throwing in the mental side of the game and clutching all that stuff, So I just think that he hasn't just relied on his strength he's turned are arguably his biggest weakness. Into a strength that is such that I've identified him as one of the top two movers in the league, whatever that means, so he's just gotten more efficient. He's got and it looks like he's got more athletic, but he's just gotten more efficient. And then you find out afterwards you need surgery after the game. You're like man that's on top of the knee injury, So I just think it's fascinating. We have the timers time conversation, all that, but the reality is that he has continued to move better. Grow better and no better and and he finally got toe parrot together in a new spot with him, you know, in all Star team around him, and it couldn't have been looked like someone your deal to me. It looked like something that happened at the end of season have to deal with for a few so fascinating conversation right there once again former NFL quarterback founder of QB Summit This year's class would include Trevor Laurence Brady, White and also shame. Bushell, Jordan. Great job. I really appreciate you making time for the show as always, great to run you down Jordan. Thanks so much. Next room was great, really good. Tom Brady is one of the top to quote movers in the league. Even at that age, and the other one is Cuyler Murray. That's amazing. All right. Hope you enjoyed that. I got a lot of that. That's a great conversation. Always always always. Jordan Palmer. Former NFL quarterback and a consultant. Breaking it down. When we come back, we go back to back. I've got the head football coach at Vanderbilt, Clark Lee, and then I am open the rest of the way. Think about what you want to talk about. 1 806 368686..

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