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"11 sacks" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"What is this place? Wait, why am I handcuffed? What am I doing here? 13 Days of Halloween Penance. Season 4 of the award-winning horror fiction podcast presented in immersive 3D audio. Where am I? Why, this is the Pendleton. All residents, please return to your habitations. Lights up on your feet. You're new here, so I'll say it once. No talking. Starring Natalie Morales of Parks and Recreation and Dead to Me. Am I under arrest? We don't like to use that word. Can I leave of my own free will? Not at this time. So this is a prison then? No, it's a rehabilitation center. Premiering October 19th, ending Halloween. I'm going to get out. And how, may I ask, are you going to do that? Escape. Listen to 13 Days of Halloween on the iHeartRadio app, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Paul Muldoon, a poet who over the past several years had the good fortune to spend time with one of the world's greatest songwriters, Sir Paul McCartney. We talked through more than 150 tracks from McCartney's song book, and while we did, we recorded our conversations. I mean, the fact that I dreamed the song yesterday leads me to believe that it's not just quite as cut and dried as we think it is. And now you can listen to our conversations in our new podcast, McCartney, A Life in Lyrics. It was like going back to an old snapshot album, looking back on work I hadn't thought much about for quite a few years. Listen to McCartney, A Life in Lyrics on the iHeartRadio app, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Outside of Denver, I mean, New England has to be open for business, right? I mean... They actually have some decent veteran players like you would maybe want for like a 6 or a 7th round pick, a tight end, Ezekiel Elliott, you know? Yeah, I think that they have... So they've had some stand-up talks with other teams about Josh Uche, who I think had 11 sacks last year. He looked good in Jacksonville. Yeah, he's more of like a situational, I'd say, pass rusher, but the type of player that could be a 3-down player in a different system. So they've had talks with him on him with other teams. They've gotten calls on Kyle Duggar, who's a really nice like hybrid safety. Both those guys are in contract years. I don't think they'd trade Mike and Wenu their right tackle because I think, again, it's like sort of the same premise as Bowles in Denver, where it's like if you take a really good offensive lineman out, a really good tackle out, it can make you sort of non-functional up front.
"11 sacks" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Describes her husband's passion project tales to astonish the only comic book store in West Seattle. It just kind of gives you that sick feeling in your gut to gone. see them all Security footage shows three people wearing hoods and masks enter the front door to the store. They grab then almost every single book from the shelves on the wall stealing the cash register while they're at it. the So many books of have so much meaning behind them. You know they're the books that people like save up to get to finish their collection. Hannah Knowles, Como News. Northwest News Time 1208. The Maple Leaf Hardware Store in North Seattle has dealt with attempted thefts every other week they say. That's according to the store manager and police believe a group of armed teenagers were responsible for the most recent incident Friday night. Three teens in what appears to be one gun. Seattle police tell me they have now identified all three suspects in this case is active and open. The latest hit came a few days ago at closing time. The teens have been charged with murder. They say this is a crime stopper's Jim Fuda insist a lack of cops leads to less arrests and less accountability. A vicious cycle. He says until that changes businesses and homeowners must take security precautions. Como force Michelle Last of on residents in Medical Lake and Elk Washington, northeast of Spokane, are still sifting through what's left of their homes after last month's wildfires. The loss of hundreds of homes and two lives was the worst of the wildfire season in our state. Commissioner of lands, public lands Hillary Franz. You know, one gentleman I talked to he was taking a nap. 2 30 in the afternoon on a Friday. He was just resting and he was woken up by the sheriff saying, You gotta go now. And he's like, Okay, I'll be a little. I was like, No, you gotta go now more with than 1800 brush and wildland fires this year counted by the State Department of Natural Resources. Less than 5 % were larger than 10 acres, with about 145 ,000 total acres burned, far less acreage burned than recent fire seasons. Northwest News time 12 10 sports and 40 at 10 past each hour from the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk. Here's Eric Heintz. The Seahawks have won three in a row following last night's 24 3 road victory over the New York Giants. A team record tying 11 sacks and two interceptions by Seattle's defense was too much for the home team. A strip sack by defensive end Mario Edwards set up a short TD drive and cornerback Devon Witherspoon scored another on a 97 yard interception return. The UW Oregon game on October 15th at Husky Stadium will be nationally televised. ABC will carry the game with a 12 30 kickoff. playoff. Until then the Huskies have a bye week and head coach Kalen DeBoris says it'll help with getting their injured players back. Guys I mean the bye week is definitely helpful for a few that you know right are kind of on home the stretch there or maybe even like a Thule who got dinged up the bye week is really critical for him because you know maybe this next week it might have been tough. The Ducks are also on a bye. Coming off a bye are the Washington State Cougars. The 4 -0 and 14th ranked Cougs visit UCLA. Georgia's hold on number one in the Associated Press college football poll loosened as the Bulldogs received a season -low of 35 first -place votes out of a possible 62. The rest were divided by four other teams and the Major League Baseball playoffs begin today with wild the -card round. Sports of 10 and 40 past the hour, Eric Heintz, Northwest News Radio. Northwest News Time 12 11. Our life expectancy in the United States continues to degrade. There's a new study from the Post Washington that found chronic diseases are the greatest threats people between the ages of 35 and 64. Akilah Johnson covering this for the Post and spoke with Northwest News Radio's Frank Lenzi. Akilah, what qualifies first of all as chronic disease. You know chronic illnesses are typically what we think of as chronic disease, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, diseases that persist over years, sometimes decades. And these illnesses even outpace gun violence, opioid overdose, and the COVID -19 pandemic, is that right? Yeah, so we found that you know amongst people ages 35 to 64, chronic illnesses erase twice as many years of life as overdoses, homicides, suicides, and car accidents. How does the United States compare with other wealthy countries when it comes to fighting chronic disease? Not so well. So we have gone from the middle of the pack to the last to when we are comparing ourselves to pure nations in the life expectancy race. Well any reason for that? Why are we dropping like that? You know when you speak to experts, a lot of experts say a lot of it has to do with how we think of health in this country and that we quite often conflate health with medicine and health with health care. And it's different in different parts of the country, is that right? Most of the 35 to 6 year olds who are dying are in what parts of the US? So there is a regionality to this, right? And so you quite often will see people who are living now, because it has changed over the last 40 years, we looked at it 40 over years, people who live in urban areas tend to have better life expectancy and better lifespans and the last 40 years and folks who are living in more rural communities. And so also you will find that state politics plays a large role in who lives and dies and life expectancy and life spans. And so states that tend to have more Republican leaning red state kind of legislatures, they expectancies. That's Akilah Johnson from the Washington Post speaking with Northwest News Radio's Frank Lenzi. tend to have better life COVID vaccine. The White House is acknowledging there have been issues in the rollout of the new COVID vaccine. Press Secretary Jean -Pierre on Monday telling me, certainly we are aware of what consumers have experienced these unexpected issues of point of service. In the first few weeks since the shot was approved, Americans have reported problems with insurance covering the new shot and a lack of supply. This is the first shot to be distributed through the private market as opposed to the government. Jean -Pierre said the Department of Health and Human Services is quote, on it. They're going to work with work at the issues that we're currently seeing to resolve this quickly. Karen Southwest Tritan. news radio is your home for breaking news and traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the fours at 1214. 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"11 sacks" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The Seahawks roll on Monday night football 24 to 3 the 11 sacks tied a team record and Wetherspoon who added two sacks as well scored a 97 yard return late in the third quarter linebacker Bobby Wagner who was one of four Seahawks to have two sacks says the rookie was all over the field you can move them on the outside move them on the inside and so you know you can cover really well and so I think it's the ability to kind of interchange them in any position makes them very versatile. Quarterback Geno Smith threw for 110 yards and connected onto 6 yard TD pass to DK Metcalf. The Seahawks improved to three and one and move into their bye week. When the seventh ranked Washington Huskies returned from their bye week on October 14th the host number eight Oregon on national TV kickoff is now set for 1230 on ABC. The Kraken lost to the Oilers 4 -1 in the NHL preseason last night. Kyler Yamamoto scored their lone goal. played They the Canucks tomorrow night in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Sports at 10 and 40 past the best news radio. Coach you were mentioning Monday Night Football. Como Force Denise Whitaker was out with fans last night. Outside Seattle Ronald many are calling this Seahawks team underdogs. I like being an underdog because We don't have any expectations It's just like gonna see a bad movie that you don't have any expectations with and you do good and you're happy. They're having a lot of fun and so far they've been really good. Very good. So So do you think we're gonna go all the way this year? Oh, yes. Yes, totally. They're gonna win everything and go to the Super Bowl. Denise Whitaker, Como News. I think so too. It's 5 12. We'll get back to For traffic and weather in just a couple of minutes first has been a happy reunion in Everett after a longtime resident has been invited with her dragon. Running into a can dragon be a real bummer. Even game show dragons number two. All right as he tries to go for his fifth win in tries. 19 But in the case of Barb Denton, all she's wanted is to see a dragon again since early July when her red dragon went missing. Red dragon is the name her 16 year old son gave her red Jeep Cherokee. She's had it since it came off the showroom floor in 1991 and tells the Everett Herald it had become part of the family. She even offered to give it to said son and he turned it down saying red dragon was too old. The nerve. I mentioned red dragon was part of the family, but red dragon was not invited on the family vacation earlier this summer. The vehicle instead was left in a motel parking lot in SeaTac while Barb traveled. When she returned, red dragon was gone. Barb was heartbroken and you'll likely be befuddled when you hear someone stole the 1991 Jeep, a 32 -year -old vehicle with 348 ,000 miles on the odometer. What value could this thief possibly find in this crimson classic? Nonetheless, Barb's morning began. This was the only new car she had ever owned. She told the Herald, quote, I had no hope I'd ever get it back. I cried so hard just looking at the of picture it. I missed it so much. It's just part of you. The BMW a friend loaned her couldn't even console Barb. But another friend did manage to help Barb exit back to happiness. As the story goes, last week, this friend happened to see an old red Jeep parked at the inn at Port Gardner on the Everett Waterfront. Wait a minute. Could that be Red Dragon? Upon closer inspection, the familiar Sons of Norway sticker Barb had placed on the back was in view. On the windshield, a note reading move this car. It doesn't belong here. Well, of course, there. it doesn't belong Red Dragon was stolen 45 miles away, only to end up back in Everett, just three miles from Barb's home. Other than a dead battery, there was no damage to Red Dragon. No broken glass, no dents, just that same lovable road
"11 sacks" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Asked Hard Rock International if factors for the closing included the violence and property crime in the area economic impacts from the pandemic or something a West Seattle business owners rebuilding once again after thieves ransacked their store for second the time in six weeks como for his hand and all says after being closed all weekend tales to cash is finally preparing to reopen today dozens of valuable comic books stolen in the suspects all caught on camera I thought at first that maybe it was construction people because they've been putting in this new backdoor since the last break -in I looked on my phone and I was like oh no the man behind the vision Sean Duff tells me it's deja vu looking around his now almost empty store for the second time in two months we're just small business owners trying to our make place in the world getting hit twice in six weeks and basically taking the majority of our back stock it really really hurts the youngest of five suspects connected to home multiple invasion robberies in South Seattle pleaded not guilty yesterday the teenagers accused of taking part in the robberies targeted that Asian residents in South Seattle this summer a judge ordered him to stay in juvenile detention because he poses an extreme risk to the public his next court hearing is set for November the five other suspects are expected to appear in court next Thursday that's como force Mary nom Boeing is marking a major hiring milestone the company is celebrating hiring more than one thousand high school students from the core plus program core plus plus was created to boost the number of Washington students graduating with the skills and abilities to start entry -level factory field since 2015 Boeing has hired more than 1000 graduates for manufacturing positions hires will be celebrated today at the Museum of Flight Boeing says it's actively hiring new employees for airplane production in the Puget Sound area it's 5 10 get to the beacon plumbing sports desk Eric Hines is here holy defense yeah no kidding 11 sacks by the defense they had a pick six by rookie cornerback Devin overwhelms Wetherspoon the New York Giants as
"11 sacks" Discussed on WTOP
"Yards for a touchdown he also tallies two of the seahawks 11 sacks giants fall to one and three on the season commanders are two and two two straight losses to teams currently leading their divisions though but with the defense that's allowing thirty points per game what is going on head coach ron well i think you know one of the things that we're most certainly working on is trying to eliminate some of the explosives we've allowed that's which in an untimely and then continue to work and continue to create takeaways you know we've had opportunities we just haven't done we haven't gone through with it and and we've got to get takeaways it is a big part of uh... you know can help us win football burgundy gold battle chicago on thursday night football the bears offense somewhat inflows it was a post explosive in just nineteen points per game college football maryland quarterback to leah tongue of a low is voted big ten offensive player of of the week major league baseball los angeles angels part ways with manager phil nevin after the team's seventy three win season baseball playoff the wild card round begins today with four games the one you're gonna want to keep your eye on texas tampa bay that's the early game and that is the series that sends the winner to baltimore for the division series dave press in the beauty of the sports all right and coming up after traffic and weather carjackers in dc strike again this time targeting of u s congressman and then can house speaker mccarthy survive an internal push to austin what commitments were made by mitchell miller today on the hill seven twenty six life's better when when we do things together like sharing the right to work even if you're commuting just a few days a week commuter connections can match you with others who live in work near or with you
"11 sacks" Discussed on WTOP
"Points not there Seattle's D desert in a plus though in their 24 -3 suffocating of the New York Giants notching 11 sacks plus a pick six Giants fall to one in three commanders clash with one of the NFL's two winless teams Thursday on Night Football but head coach Ron Rivera's not sleeping on Chicago this is a team is going to and come in they're hungry to win their own for they know it but they have a very talented young quarterback who's dynamic and explosive last and year he gave us hell we can't allow that to happen we've got to be we've got to be disciplined we've got to play our game this is again a young team that that's growing and developing yeah he mentioned last year's matchup it was a 12 seven victory commanders that i think everybody lost to us watching not the prettiest of games i actually had an 8 four my my pick that week was a course you did and but it was almost it almost came true college football Maryland quarterback Delia Tagovailoa takes Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors throwing for 352 yards five and touchdowns against Indiana Terps are 5 -0 for the first time since 2001. Baseball the Los Angeles Angels part ways with manager Phil Nevin after this year's 73 and 89 finish the halos despite having having Mike Trout show a Otani have not made the playoffs in eight years. Dave Preston WTLP Sports. Alright Dave been and coming up after traffic and weather a congressman carjacked at gunpoint in DC our own Luke Lueckert will join us live with the latest 627. Boeing is investing in a brighter future help of those who served. We offer opportunities and resources for a career in aerospace where veterans veterans can use the skills they gained during their service to
"11 sacks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ball picked up. Winner's boot comes to your side. Down the sideline. Jones chasing him. He comes back inside. Pitch off blockers. Still being chased. Winner's boot far side. 2015 10 -5. He is in. Holy catfish. Seahawks Radio a 97 yard pick six by Seattle rookie Devon Witherspoon. The Seahawks have 11 sacks. They won 24 to 3 and the Giants have a tough game this Sunday in Miami. The Angels of fired manager Phil Nevin had the job a year and a half a former Yankee coach SNY reporting that the Yankees were having a tough game this Sunday in Tampa Bay. all four best of three series get going starting with texas at tampa bay top two offensive teams in the American League and then it's Toronto and Minnesota the twins have lost 18 consecutive postseason games 13 of those against the Yanks their last postseason win was in 2004. National League Arizona at Philadelphia Arizona at Milwaukee Miami at Philadelphia the Phillies wildcard team last season ended up in the World Series NBA training any camps have opened. James Harden a no -show in Philadelphia he wants to be treated. John Stashow with Bloomberg Sports Nathan okay John thank you Bloomberg Sports was brought to you by Audi don't let someone else drive off in the Audi model you've always wanted visit your local tri -state Audi dealer to get behind the wheel of yours today or visit golfers .com for more information up next our one -on -one conversation with the CEO of JP Morgan Chase Jamie Dimon as we watch futures trade flat this morning on higher rate S concern &P futures are up two points that's little change Dow futures up 17 points also little changed Nasdaq futures are down five points that again is little changed flat for the futures this morning from coast to coast from New York to San Francisco Boston to Washington DC nationwide on Sirius XM the bloomberg business app and bloomberg .com this is Bloomberg Daybreak good morning I'm Nathan Hager will it be better work through technology Jamie Dimon says artificial intelligence is already being used by thousands of his employees and it's likely to make dramatic improvements in workers quality of life even if it does eliminate some jobs the CEO and chairman of JP Morgan Chase Company and spoke exclusively with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on the sidelines of the tech stars leadership forum in London and Dimon says AI is critical to JP Morgan's future success. people take have to a take deep breath okay technologies always replace jobs your children will live to a hundred and not have cancer because of technology and literally they'll probably be working three and a half days a week so technology's done unbelievable things for mankind but you know planes crash pharmaceuticals get misused there are negatives this one the biggest negative of my view is AI being
"11 sacks" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"You mentioned them actually a minute ago. The Steelers, I'm not a big preseason guy because I just think, look, nobody's game playing for these games and you're not scheming and there's a million there. You're not playing everybody. The Steelers have looked really good. And Kenny Pickett, he had a lot of experience at Pitt, gets drafted in the first round, only first round quarterback in his class. Last year was a struggle. He didn't start the year as a starter, which was expected. Trubisky started the year, gave way fairly early on. Pickett then throws a few more interceptions and he does touchdowns, played a little better as the year went on. But I'll tell you, I actually am a believer in the Steelers as an interesting team. Now I'm not, again, in that conference, I'm not picking them to be going to the Super Bowl. Okay, let's just be clear. But I really like George Pickens like everybody else in the ball. Deontay Johnson is a very nice number two to George Pickens number one. I think they're interesting. They got Isaac Samalu from the Eagles in free agency, playing a guard, kind of beefing up that offensive line. And then defensively, you look at them and like, you know what they are. They're beasts up front. Nobody knows. Like Highsmith last year, he had 14 and a half sacks. Nobody even talks about it. They got the extension this offseason, rightfully so. Of course T.J. Watts here. Cam Hayward is there. They draft Nick Herbig, who has looked fantastic here in the early going on the back end. They've got Mika Fitzpatrick, Joey Porter Jr. A lot of people thought he'd be a first round pick. He ends up going with the first pick in the second round. You factor in Mike Tomlin. Like if Pickett's even halfway decent, it's a pretty good team. It's a pretty interesting team. Yeah, they kind of gave me the Washington commanders vibes where they're very loaded and they're like, ah, that quarterback, we just don't know. And, you know, I think Pickett will be better than Sam Howell. I don't know about somehow like, you know, he has his moments and we'll find out. But he was a first round pick and can pick it was. And, you know, he won a bunch of games a year ago. I think he was seven and five as a as a starter. And I think for Mike Tomlin, that's all he wants. He doesn't care about the stats. He doesn't care about your eight dot or whatever it is, how many yards on first down, things like that. If you're winning freaking ballgames, you're going to play for the Steelers. And I think that's what he did a year ago because I was kind of scratching my head. And Matt, you started the job in February and March. And I was really focused, you know, on the West Coast team with the charges, charges in the Rams. And I started doing my research. I'm like, why are they why do people like that? Can you pick it so much? And Alex Highsmith, I was surprised to 14 sacks. I'm like, OK, it's got the ball or I should pay attention more. We pick him like he's averaging like six yards per per completion. Why isn't there any why isn't it competition for Kenny Pickett? I'm like, OK, he won a lot of games. And then you're seeing him pushing the ball down the field in the pre-season. Again, it's pre-season. You don't know this time of year. You don't really think about it. Just play football. You push the ball down the field and you get lucky sometimes. Maybe that's a good confidence booster. But if they're not pushing the ball down the field with Kenny Pickett, I can see him pulling the plug on the experiment in year two. But I think the Mike Tomlin mindset, he did earn the right to be the QB one for this year because he won seven games a year ago. But you're right. That team is loaded and you got a lot of weapons offensively. If you're not going to improve those numbers, eventually you got to move on. I think the Steelers right now, you took them in the first round last year. This is year two of the contract. Pickett, realistically, in my view, has this year for sure. And then he's got next year. It's kind of like the Mack Jones thing, right? Mack Jones is now in year three. If Mack Jones isn't good, New England's probably looking elsewhere or they're starting to seriously look elsewhere. With Pittsburgh, Pickett has this year. But then it becomes like, OK, if he doesn't play well this year, and let's even take it a step further. Let's say he doesn't play well this season, but they still managed to win nine games. Then it's like, well, think about what this team would be with a quarterback who could really play. I'm interested in Kenny Pickett. I really don't have an opinion on him yet one way or the other. By the way, one guy to denote, because I always, I don't know why, I just always kind of followed this with him. I think it's interesting. So Marcus Golden is now at the Steelers. He had played with the Cardinals his first four years, then the Giants two years, and back to the Cardinals two years. So here's the sack totals each of the last five seasons for Marcus Golden. Two and a half, 10, one and a half, 11, two and a half. Guess what, Pittsburgh? That means you're in line for like a 10 or 11 sack season, because every other year Marcus Golden's great, and then he just can't have a sack the following year. So they are going to put pressure on teams up front. You know they will do that. They can play on the back end. They brought in Patrick Peterson as well, who's not the all-pro that he was in Arizona, but still a competent corner. I really like them. Again, to your point, I don't know that Pickett can elevate with that roster. If he can, I could even see them staying around in the hunt for the division. I just don't know that he can do it. I think Pickett definitely has this year or next year, but then it becomes like, okay, then you got to start talking about 50 options. Did they pick that up? Well, that's a long way down the road. Right now, though, Kenny Pickett's in a good spot. He's in a good situation. Great coach, ton of talent, talent you can grow with because it's young. This is an important moment for Pickett and his young development. I think that he has all that he could ever ask for around him, and yeah, it's a really tough division, but the Steelers are as talented, in my opinion, as Baltimore is. Except, of course, at the very, very important position of quarterback, but in terms of the rest of the 52, they're as talented. I think they're more talented than Cleveland, even if you want to factor in the quarterbacks. The Bengals are the team that, of course, you'll look at and go, okay, well, can you beat them out? I don't think so, but I think Pittsburgh's good. I think Pittsburgh's one of those underrated teams you were talking about earlier when you're looking for one of those five teams. Pittsburgh's one of mine. I think Pittsburgh's going to be much better than people think. Yeah, and we're going out for trends here. Mike Tomlin, they're guaranteed nine wins, right? Winning record every single year that he's been coaching, so Kenny Pickett gets that extra two wins, 11 wins there. They'll get into the playoffs, but even if you look at the AFC North, can they even be better than the Browns, the Ravens, the Bengals? I am very intrigued about the Browns. I don't know what Deshaun Watson we're going to get. Obviously, he's going through a bunch of things in his head, what's been going on the last couple of years. He admitted this, that he's lacking confidence, that he got it back this offseason. We'll see. We'll find out, but if you're the Steelers, can you even beat the Browns and the teams here in the division to make it a wildcard team? I don't know if you want to end here or what else we got planned, Matt, but the Browns, I just don't know about them. They're loaded. Miles Garrett, Nick Chubb, a lot of good talent on that team, but I just don't know if I'm going to buy in. Yeah, you know what? I visited the Browns. I will tell you, we stood outside for two hours and watched them practice in a driving rainstorm, which was quite pleasant. Deshaun Watson that day was bad. He struggled. He struggled. Now, again, it was in a driving rainstorm, so that also has to be factored in there, but I don't know. I think the Browns are going to be fine. I think they're going to be right around .500. Eight to nine wins. That's where they are. Wouldn't be shocked if they win seven, but Pittsburgh doesn't treat me, but in any event, yeah, we'll wrap here as we're approaching the hour mark. Covered a lot of ground. We will be back next week right here on the MMQB podcast. 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"11 sacks" Discussed on WTOP
"Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Dave Preston is here to talk about the Nats? Yes, they aged the New York mets four one as the bats come up big for manager Davey Martinez. He was to be patient and get him in the zone. And when we did that, we got some key hits and that's what we got to continue to do. We got to be patient. We got to take our walks. We got to put the ball in play. Mackenzie gore strikes out ten over 6, it is Orioles beat Boston 6 to two as Tyler wells fans 7 NFL commanders refused to pick up the 2024 option on chase young so the former first round picks current deal expires after this season. Commanders select 16th of tonight's first round complete draft coverage on the sports page WTO P dot com. My 5th run projection, as we've been going throughout the draft this morning, Michigan edge roger rusher Mike Morris, the Wolverine had 11 sacks last fall and with Chase young and montez sweat contracts expiring after 2023, the team could use a little depth slash competition at the position this fall. All of my uneducated guesses have been tweeted at DAV presto in a WTO P this morning. NBA playoff action included Miami eliminating Eastern Conference topsy Milwaukee, one 28, one 26 in overtime, 42 points a rebound for Jimmy Butler, New York also advances NHL playoffs included Seattle taking a three games to two lead over defending champ, Colorado, soccer, D.C. United beats the Richmond kickers won nothing in the third round of the U.S. open cup. Dave Preston WTO sports. You are not uneducated. I try. Semi educated guesses. Still ahead here on WTO P, we are getting key economic data this morning. We'll have a special report ahead. It's 8 26. At ulaan, they know going the extra mile takes hard work
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"8. It's 8 15 and sports we have the a's beat the Dodgers 6 to three the Giants beat the angels mine to 6. Here's Matt Pittman with more sports. The forty-niners were one of the NFL's busiest teams during the first week of free agency. The biggest move? Landing the niners perhaps the biggest prize on the free agent market. Pro Bowl defensive tackle, Jay von hargrave, who spent the last three seasons as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. Hargrave is coming off a career best season, where he recorded 11 sacks notched 60 tackles 37 solo ten for loss. Now he joins a niners defense that was the best in football last season. I was fortunate enough to play with a bunch of dolls and just, you know, seeing the forty-niners last year when we played them in the championship game. We seen how many dollars they had over there. So it really was shocking to me that they called me and asked me to come over here because, you know, that team like that don't really pay somebody like me. They come over here, so I was just, you know, I was just happy to be a part, you know, be a part of all these dolls over here. Another move that caught the attention of the league, the signing of quarterback Sam darnold, the former number three overall pick adding depth at quarterback and insurance at a position group decimated by injury last season, returning passers Trey Lance and Brock purdy will enter training camp coming off of major surgeries and darnold saw an opportunity with the niners. Obviously, as a competitor, you want to play, but at the end of the day, you got to do what's right for the team. And you leave those decisions up to Kyle. And we know that he's going to put the best best guy out there. At the sports desk, Matt Pittman, Odyssey
"11 sacks" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Who lost back to back home games against the stars. Alex windberg says they didn't take advantage of their scoring opportunity. Well, I mean, we right there between the chances. I mean, the goal for scoring me right there in front of the crease where we're going to talk about, we used to be more persistent and, uh, obviously opportunities are there, we just gotta find a way to score goals and be a little bit better than Barton Jones loud 5 goals in May 27 saves the net up next the sharks and San Jose on Thursday night. The Seahawks are reportedly adding defensive tackle draymond Jones on a three year deal worth $51 million. The 26 year old match to career high was 6 and a half sacks through 13 games with the Broncos last season. Meanwhile, the forty-niners and defensive tackle Jay von hargrave agreed to a four year $84 million contract. He had a career high 11 sacks last season to go with ten tackles for loss with the eagles. The national invitational tournament begins tonight, including a game in Poland where the cougars host the eastern eagles tip off his 8 o'clock and the Mariners lost to the angels 8 two yesterday, Jared Kelley had a pair of hits and scored two runs in the loss. Sports ten and 40 passed the hour, Eric Heinz northwest news radio. Ever since the pandemic hit, now about three years ago, the CDC reports unprecedented levels of hopelessness and suicidal thoughts among young people, particularly teenage girls. Medical reporter Barbara Morse explains how bullying is playing a big role. When we talk about bullying, united an experience where there's an existing auditive potential with someone is behaving in a threatening aggressive manner towards another person. And it's not just physical. Spreading rumors, gossiping, giving people silent treatment, posting negative comments on social media. I think the core issue with bullying is that it creates a sense of embarrassment to Malaysian shame leading to more isolation and loneliness. The most important thing that we need to do as a society in general to acknowledge that bullying is a big problem, and there is connection to bullying and poor mental health outcomes. And it's not just the person being bullied. Studies out there which talk about how that plays an impact on their men because after you witnessed something so violent or something so disturbing. And don't assume a bully is just being mean, oftentimes there's a reason for this behavior. Maybe it's just bad family life. It could be about social life. It could be personal losses. Maybe they've been victims of the deals themselves. Experts say victims of bullying are often from marginalized communities. They may identify as LGBTQ or may have a learning disability or look or act differently. Bottom line is to pay attention to any behavioral changes in your child and make sure they get the help they need. I medical reporter Barbara Morse. Your kid doesn't want chicken nuggets and tater tots? Well, they might be in a minority if they're in my house, but soon they could have something new offered as a school lunch. ABC's sherry Preston, with more on what that is. Lunchables, those perfectly proportioned pre packaged cheese and crackers or cheese pizza snacks could soon be offered at your kid's school. Kraft Heinz said it had to severely change up the way they make lunchables, so they're healthier and meet FDA guidelines for school lunches, but some nutritionists aren't convinced. One UC Davis professor says she has serious concerns that introducing kids to a meal with potentially higher sodium, saturated fats and sugar content could lead them to have a preference for those kinds of foods throughout their lives. Sherry Preston, ABC News. Nearly half of all Americans don't believe their lives will return to what they were before the coronavirus hit, as the three year anniversary on the crisis arrives, 47% told Gallup that their lives aren't back to normal and it won't return that way. One third of folks said that life is back to what it was. 20% believe their life will eventually return to a sense of normal. The survey also revealing a sharp partisan divide, half of Republican say life is already back to normal, just under a quarter of Democrats say the same thing. Northwest news time, 1214. From our high performance homes traffic
"11 sacks" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"The hell do you trust Simmons? Well, it's probably our fault, not the teams, but the Bengals are a good example. I stayed away from Bengals browns on Monday night. But I watched it, and you know, you think, without Jamar chase, they'll probably try to run the ball and establish some possession. No, they just did whatever they always do, but they didn't have Jamar chase, they get blown out. Then the game today against Carolina, it's like, you know what we're going to do, we're going to establish the run with Joe Mixon. It's like, oh, guess what? This worked. And we're just having long drives. It's like a bunch of things. Right. You didn't give them the ball. Why are you giving it to them today? It's like it took an extra week to realize that they should hang the ball off to Joe Mixon? Well, and especially with that offensive line who could give up anywhere from two to 11 sacks a game, right? And so if you find out early on that you're not going to be able to protect Joe borrow, Zach Taylor. You make another plan there. These teams. And then the Miami coach today, who granted his craft at an awesome offense, but the game management. He turned the ball over on downs twice in a row in the fourth quarter. Can I tell you, I don't even think. Grab some points, dude. I don't honestly, Tyree kills on his way to 2000 yards. That's phenomenal. You know how many mistakes you can make if you have a receiver, it's close to 2000 yards. I'd love to know if the chiefs have any pangs of regret about that one, right? Because you trade tyreek hill and there's all these different reasons, and you can use the money somewhere else. You get juju's been good. Like, on paper, all of it works. Except for the part where tyreek hill is going to have one of the greatest receiving years in the history of the position. And maybe even the best. It's now in play. And it's like every week, it's like, oh, tyreek had a 180 yards again or a 150 or he did that or Miami one. I had one of the announcers today was comparing them to the 99 rams greatest show on turf. I was like, wow. Settle down. I mean, maybe not a settle down. Imagine if you got a guy who could get regularly gets 40 yard receptions. That's four first downs. That's so huge. You hate your quarterback. How great would it be to get four first downs, right? You need like 6 minutes, right? For most of these quarterbacks to get there. I just don't say I like my quarterback. I don't understand why he's been completely incompetent all season. We should have. He was good to have him on the podcast next week. He should be better this year, not worse.
"11 sacks" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Go watch paw patrol. This stuff is terrible. Oh, before sorry, before we move on, the whole reason. Hold the Jimmy train right now. Robert Quinn, we didn't get to Robert Quinn because brutally. They made the trade after we taped the podcast in the mid week. But yes, I wish the bears had held on to Robert queen. I realized they did it because they wanted to keep money rather than pay it to them. That's just the way it goes sometimes. I do think the bears had a neat thing going this year, but it's just not going to work out. As far as what the eagles are getting, this is Robert Quinn is really, really good. And I. From the comfort of my own couch in my basement, made some comments about like, man, can you believe the bears? They let all these guys walk, but they paid Robert Quinn, who doesn't have a sack on that stuff. I was, I was incorrect, probably at the time, but certainly incorrect now, he's really, really good. And he, you know, adding him to this just rotation of they have like 9 really good pass rushers on the team now. That's stupid. That's stupid good. Yeah. And they can like 9 good pass rushers, but all guys who do things well from different parts of the defensive line, right? They have really good interior rushers. They've really good outside rushers. They have really good speed rushers. They have really good kind of power rushers. And I think what, you know, you talk to experts about this and at least my understanding and kind of how I view it is that aging pass rushers are really valuable asset because their move set just grows and their repertoire grows. And so you have a guy like Quinn, who at this point is the bears, he was double teamed more than I think almost every player in the NFL this year. And so, okay, if you draw double teams in Philly, great, like that's worth the fourth round pick alone. Yeah. But if you don't, you just have a deeper repertoire of movements and ability to get around offensive tackles than other people. And you're gonna do it with a higher degree of success. And I mean, that's it, you know? I mean, open and shut. You're gonna dominate. It reminded me a little bit of, I think it was the falcons that year, right, that they made it to the Super Bowl and they picked up like Dwight freeney. And then Dwight freeney, I think went to the Cardinals too at the end of his career, right? And wasn't the cardinals had to pay him like $200,000 a sack and he had like 11 sacks and four weeks or something like that.
"11 sacks" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"More confidence there, much more than Mitchell trubisky. I think Jameis is the guy for now. They've got a good they got a good deal going right now where they got a kind of a bargain at quarterback with Jameis Winston and I think what they're going to do and should do is focus on drafting Jameis help to build around him and so help them win. But these are the conversations happening and these are the teams that I think could make a move to draft a quarterback on the first second or third round. Okay, we got a sad story we got to talk about this is a very sad story. This is one that breaks my heart a little bit. I want to keep track of how it works out. Michigan linebacker David ojabo, Torres Achilles during his pro day. Heartbreaking, it's sad. It's also pretty brutal. They just kind of move on. I get it. It's a business, but they just move on and start doing drills while he's off to the side. In agonizing pain, now it's a huge blow to David a Jabba's career. He was the number one. He's a linebacker outside linebacker. He was a number one player at his position in this draft. By many people's rankings. And he's going to fall in the draft. And what that means is that he's going to be great value to someone in the second or third round. He's a first round talent. Who's probably going to be like a third round pick and there are a couple other examples recently of guys that have fallen in the draft and been much better than where they were picked. I mean, Joe Mixon, who was drafted in the second round, Brown linebacker, Jeremiah was drafted in the second round after it was kind of a health scare there. So I'm rooting for David a job. I think man, he's got a future. I think he will succeed. I think a team like an Indianapolis the colts love drafting players who are tremendous value. I can see them drafting them and if they have a fourth round pick, that would make sense to me. I'm really interested to see what happens. But I am not that hopeful. Now, I look at what David ajabo did this last year in college, played in one, two, three, four, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ten, 11, 12, 13 games, 35 tackles, 11 sacks, interesting player, and I think a guy who, again, first round talent, could fall later in the draft. And I'm just very interested to see. I think it'll be really fun to revisit this story in a couple of years to see, hey, did that David ojabo guy work out? He was really talented and he got hurt. Did he bounce back and make it?.
"11 sacks" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"Quickly pour one out for chase winovich, I don't think anybody's actually surprised that the Patriots moved on here from Chase winovich, but if you could point to one thing about the chase winovich experience, Alex, why didn't it work? Because the first two seasons in the NFL he has 11 sacks. He's a pretty productive player, especially as a rookie. It seemed like he was going to be a part of the solution moving forward on defense and the next wave of front 7 defenders for New England. Then he plays that game against Baltimore. I'll never forget that one where he's playing inside linebacker and he's actually looks like a pretty good player there as well. He can play football. There's no doubt about it that chase winovich is an NFL player, but it didn't work here. What's the biggest reason why in your mind? By the way, I think the con picture just came out. Discipline, discipline. Not like off the field stuff, like rush discipline. They want somebody who's going to set the edge who's not going to allow the quarterback to break contain unless you're Matthew judon or Chandler Jones, and you have elite elite makeup speed. And yes, makeup speed is the thing for pass rushers, not just corners. Unless you have elite makeup speed is pass rusher, they would rather you be disciplined, push the pocket, not a lot of the quarterback get outside and be able to defend against the run if that's needed. You know, we've heard it said before. They view an incomplete pass and a sack is equal, right? Right. As long as it's not a positive play, it doesn't need to be a negative place. The quarterback throws the ball away. They lose the down. They don't gain any yards to move on. So I just don't think that was one of which is game. I think maybe they thought, you know, they saw the pass rush potential and it's there. And I wouldn't be surprised if he ends up being a decent player in Cleveland or wherever he ends up long term. 'cause some teams are built, some teams like their pass rushers to do that more and some teams are built better to handle that..
"11 sacks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Okay, away news radio. By the way, we'll catch up with BK coupe was quick to correct me in my ear at 4 35 instead of next. He was at practice today. I did, uh, I'm not gonna lie to you. I was a little bit shocked that Vic Fangio did not Did not name a starter. Did not name a starter because it seemed to me like, uh all signs were pointing to the decision wasn't gonna be as hard Yeah, my mom. Okay? You know? Are you disappointed? Um not really. But Yeah. And I just remember being in this situation, man. I'm telling you, I've seen some like I saw a quarterback battle that I didn't even know it was a battle happened here in Denver, with Brian Gray seeing And Bobby Um so We didn't even know it was a battle. We thought it was this Bobby's job. Bobby Brewster had one thing. Six games a year before in a reserve role. Kind of like Brock eyes while it did. When the Broncos won Super Bowl 50. So Bobby was in the same position, and we just assumed that it was Bobby's job, and, uh Mike No. Said it was Greece's job and kind of just I mean, you just I mean, the defense was like what? You know, maybe the offense was cool, but the defense was It was a trip and I was in Cincinnati. Um You know when you have a guy like Jeff Blake, who? By the way through a great deep all, um, who was playing well, and then you had a guy like, uh, Klingler, who is confidence was just shook man. His confidence was You know, it just it was shook man we had we had Terrible play callers right. We had terrible play callers that put this guy's game in such a bad position that he just lost his confidence and that happens in pro sports, and we we've all seen it right. We've seen Ben Simmons get to the N B a semi finals. And not want to shoot the basketball. How do you How can you be, Uh, perennial All star and get to the biggest moment of the game and you have no confidence enough to shoot the basketball. You have zero shot attempts. Come on, man. But anyway, um Um yeah, that that's it happens so you need guys to step up and you need Decision to be made in the moment. Can't be too big for you. Because if you get crushed by the moment when you are, uh before you you've even taking the field. Then it could hurt your team. And then Jeff like, took the job and the whole team man stood up and clapped for him. It was crazy Joe Joe. I mean, here, you got a guy who is a top five pick who's the quarterback whose confidence was crushed. Okay, because it still is. Blitz us, Uh, you know, Blitz Berg. Back in the day. The Steelers blitz us. In Cincinnati in one game and had like 11 sacks. You They smoked this kid out, man at the end of it. I was told by one of the cats who played for the Steelers, uh, that Bill caller, Bill Kaur told Dick Lem Dick LeBeau. No more blitzes. Like no more pressures. This is this kid was shook. But When the other you know he was never the same, so When you give this when you give these opportunities and then you know, because the defense knows who they want. I can guarantee you that Justice Simmons gave us the PC answer, but I can guarantee the defense knows who they want. And I don't know who exactly it is. But you know, the defense knows who they want. Well, that's why it surprises me when you say that you didn't even know there was a quarterback competition that was going on between. We didn't Bobby Brewster. And how.
"11 sacks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Great defense is that won a Super Bowl here. The top number 5 86 Giants. It's almost Lawrence Taylor and then whatever else you want to say. Although Harry Carson was an all time great player and a pro football Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor was the MVP of the league that season, he had 20.5 Sacks. In the playoffs. They beat San Francisco 49 3. He picked off Joe Montana twice before knocking him out of the game. Maybe Washington 17 nothing at four sacks and one interception along the way, And then they annihilated Denver in the Super Bowl 49 to 20 in the second half. The first three Denver processions of the second half ended with 23 and outs and a pick. And that was all she wrote. That giant defense is largely for gotten because it came the year after the 85 bears who, by the way will appear later on this list, But the 86 giants are number five. Number four. Number four is the Broncos. Just six years ago. The 2015 Denver Broncos people I think, don't give enough love to just how good they were. That season. They were first in the league. In total defense, they allowed 18.5 points per game. In the playoffs. They went up against Ben Roethlisberger, Tom Brady and Cam Newton and allowed the three of them a combined total of 44 points, sack them 14 times and forced them into seven turnovers. Von Miller had 11 sacks that year to Marcus, where survey thing was on That team. Brandon Marshall was on that team. That defense won a Super Bowl by itself. Never how bad the quarterback play Woz. It was Peyton and then it was, too is the tall kid rock Castle rock Osweiler, And then they went back to Peyton and Peyton will tell you now they carried him to a championship. That defense won a championship as much as any A virgin. So the 2015 Broncos are number Fool. Number three Top five defense is ever to win a Super Bowl number three is Theo to buccaneers. I got your booger. Had to say this if only goes Booger McFarland, But he yelled at me if I didn't put them on this, but they deserve it. Because here is the main reason they deserve it. They won the Super Bowl that year who.