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"177 yards" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"177 yards" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Time capsule What's happened in fellow sports fans at sandy west and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history We'll start off way back in 1848 where baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for an out instead of the runner Kind of seems crazy that that wasn't always the rule Jumping ahead this week in 1937 the first NFL game was played in Washington D.C. the Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 13 three This week in 1978 boxer Muhammad Ali defeats Leon spanx at the Superdome in New Orleans to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in his career the first fighter ever to do so Following his victory Ali retired from boxing only to make a brief comeback two years later Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 This week in 1984 on the 7th anniversary of his first major league home run Reggie Jackson hits his 500th career home run This week in 1986 Chicago's Walter Payton rushes for a 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 100th career rushing touchdown as the bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles 13 to ten And this week in 2008 Major League Baseball's instant replay system produces its first reversal when Tampa Bay Rays Carlos Pena had a two run double change to a three run Homer during the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins The initial umpire call was based on fan interference which the video replay showed was not the case And that's just some of what happened this week in sports history The Weeknd sports time capsule on iHeartRadio Fire up your DBI It's time for your TV tip off Sunday.

Reggie Jackson 1981 Carlos Pena Muhammad Ali Walter Payton Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants 1978 Minnesota Twins Leon spanx Homer 177 yards 15,000 yard Sunday Ali 7th anniversary two run 1937 1848 1986
"177 yards" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"177 yards" Discussed on WTVN

"What's happening, fellow sports fans attendee West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history will start off way back in 18 48, where baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for an out instead of the runner kind of seems crazy that that wasn't always the rule jumping ahead this week in 1937, the first NFL game Was played in Washington D C. Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 13 3. This week In 1978 boxer Muhammad Ali defeats Leon Spinks at the Superdome in New Orleans to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in his career, the first fighter ever to do so. Following his victory, Ali retired from boxing only to make a brief come back Two years later. Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 this week in 1984, on the seventh anniversary of his first major league home run. Reggie Jackson hits his 5/100 career home run this week in 1986, Chicago's wall. Eater. Peyton rushes for 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 1/100 career rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles 13 10 and this week in 2000 and eight major League Baseball's instant replay system produces its first reversal when Tampa Bay Rays Carlos Pena had a two run double change to a three run homer during the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins. The initial umpire call was based on fan interference, which the video replay showed was not the case. And that's just some of what happened this week in.

Reggie Jackson Muhammad Ali Carlos Pena Philadelphia Eagles Minnesota Twins 1978 177 yards Leon Spinks New York Giants 1986 15,000 yard 2000 Eater two run fourth inning 1937 three run 18 48 1984 third time
"177 yards" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"177 yards" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off way back in 18 48 were baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for and out instead of the runner kind of seems crazy that that wasn't always the rule jumping ahead this week in 1937. The first NFL game was played in Washington, D. C. The Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 13 3. This week In 1978 boxer Muhammad Ali defeats Leon Spinks at the Superdome in New Orleans to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in his career, the first fighter ever to do so. Following his victory, Ali retired from boxing only to make a brief come back Two years later, Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 this weekend. 1984 on the seventh anniversary of his first major league home run. Reggie Jackson hits his 5/100 career home run this week in 1986. Chicago's Walter Payton rushes for 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 1/100 career rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles 13 10 and this week in 2000 and eight major league Baseball's instant replay system produces its first reversal when Tampa Bay Rays Carlos Pena had a two run double change to a three run homer during the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins. Initial umpire call was based on fan interference, which the video replaced All the news. Talking information you can handle is just a tap away. The I heart radio at I heart radio app on my phone in Europe store or online at w, a trace dot com. All right. We're going to go check in with the Bloomberg.

Reggie Jackson Andy West Muhammad Ali 1981 Philadelphia Eagles 1978 Carlos Pena Walter Payton Minnesota Twins 177 yards Leon Spinks New York Giants 15,000 yard 1986 1984 1937 Europe two run fourth inning third time
"177 yards" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:35 min | 11 months ago

"177 yards" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 this week in 1984 on the seventh anniversary of his first major league home run. Reggie Jackson hits his 5/100 career home run this week in 1986. Chicago's Walter Payton rushes for 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 1/100 career rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles 13 Can leave all And this week in 2000 and eight major league Baseball's instant replacing esteem. Tucson from the treason Well, Studio your fiduciary and wealth dot com This is Kunst Am 7 90 I Heart radio station. America's top general under scrutiny. Lisa Brady, Fox News president Biden saying a short time ago he has great confidence in general Mark Milley. Excerpts for a new book suggests the Joint Chiefs chairman made to secret calls to his Chinese counterpart amid concern then President Trump might spark a war. Millie says there were no secret calls. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says channels of communication with China and Russia are normal. Those are meant to increase confidence Those are meant to Prevent and deter any any action. That would be that would be unintended, and that is a good thing because obviously we want to prevent nuclear war. The initial reports, though, prompting some calls for Miller to resign an apology from the head of the FBI to elite gymnasts who are sexually abused deeply. And and profoundly sorry to each and every one of you. The agency is accused of sitting on the allegations. The former USA Gymnastics team doctor, Larry Nassar, is now in prison after pleading guilty a few years ago to sexually abusing minors. But the gymnasts who testified before the Senate, like Aly Raisman said in 2015, they told USA Gymnastics or even the FBI about the abuse and nothing was done for months, given our abusers unfettered access to Children stopping him. Should have been a priority, and FBI Inspector general report found violations and errors in the handling of this case. FBI Director Christopher Wray testified to the Senators about the agent in charge can now tell you that that individual no longer works for the FBI in any capacity, But some of the women said more needs to be done and some questions why no one at the FBI has been indicted. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News the U. S government helping more people to get out of Afghanistan. The State Department just confirming three dozen more US citizens and two dozen permanent residents getting out by charter flights and overland routes. Since the end of August and pledging again to hold the Taliban to its commitments. America.

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"177 yards" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"177 yards" Discussed on KTOK

"Fellow sports fans at Sandy West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history will start off way back in 18 48, where baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for an out instead of the runner kind of seems crazy that that wasn't always the rule jumping ahead this week in 1937. The first NFL game was played in Washington. In D. C. The Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 13 3. This week In 1978 boxer Muhammad Ali defeats Leon Spinks at the Superdome in New Orleans to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in his career, the first fighter ever to do so. Following his victory, Ali retired from boxing only to make a brief come back Two years later. Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 this week in 1984, on the seventh anniversary of his first major league home run. Reggie Jackson hits his 5/100 career home run this week in 1986, Chicago's wall. Eater. Peyton rushes for 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 1/100 career rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles 13 10 and this week in 2000 and eight Major League Baseball's instant replay system produces its first reversal when Tampa Bay Rays Carlos Pena had a two run double changed to a three run homer during the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins. The initial umpire call was based on fan interference, which the video replay showed was not the case. And that's just some of what happened this week in sports history, the weekend sports Time capsule I Heart radio. Where we're coming to your city. One of them get ours and saying you were conscious sound. We'll be dry Am Highland jail on her. And if you want a little banging the union come along. How meticulous was the planning for the Trump Administration declared May 1st withdrawal. Well, thank you, Congressman. We, uh.

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"177 yards" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"177 yards" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Happening, fellow sports fans attendee West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off way back in 18 48, where baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for and out instead of the runner kind of seems crazy that that wasn't always the rule jumping ahead this week in 1937, the first NFL game Was played in Washington, D. C. The Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 13 3. This week In 1978 boxer Muhammad Ali defeats Leon Spinks at the Superdome in New Orleans to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in his career, the first fighter ever to do so. Following his victory, Ali retired from boxing only to make a brief come back two years later. Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 this week in 1984 on the seventh anniversary of his first major league home run. Reggie Jackson hits his 5/100 career home run this week in 1986. Chicago's Walter Payton rushes for 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 1/100 career rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles 13 10 and this week in 2000 and eight major league Baseball's instant replay system produces its first reversal when Tampa Bay Rays Carlos Pena had a two run double change to a three run homer during the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins. The initial umpire call was based on fan interference, which the video replays showed was not The case, And that's just some of what happened this week in sports history, the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. And now I look back at this week in history on I Heart radio this week in 1959 and one of the more surreal moments of the history of the Cold War, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev explodes with anger when he learns that he cannot visit Disneyland, while in California government authorities feared that the crowds would pose a safety hazard for the premier Cruise. Jeff left LOS Angeles the next morning this week in 1973 future President Jimmy Carter files a report with the National Investigations Committee. The on aerial phenomena, claiming he had seen a UFO in October of 1969 during the presidential campaign of 1976. Carter promised that if elected president, he would encourage that the government released every piece of information about UFOs available to the public and to scientists after winning the presidency, though Carter backed away from his pledge, saying that the release of some information might have defence implications and pose a threat to national security. This week in 1983 20 year old Vanessa Williams becomes the first African American to win the Miss America Crown. Less than a year later, Williams gave up her crown after new photos of her had surfaced despite the scandal. Williams later launched the successful singing and acting career. And this week in 1990, the Martin Scorsese directed Mafia film Goodfellas, starring Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro, Lorraine Brocco and Joe Pesci opens in theaters around the United States. The movie, which is based on the bestselling 1986 Book Wise Guy tells the true story of the mobster turned FBI informant Henry Hill. Pesci won best supporting actor for This. I'm funny How I mean funny like I'm a clown and use you And that's what happened. Thanks for listening to this week in history on I.

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"177 yards" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"177 yards" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history will start off way back in 18 48, where baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for an out instead of the runner. Kind of seems crazy that that wasn't always the rule jumping ahead this week in 1937. The first NFL game was played in Washington, D. C. The Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 13 3. This week In 1978 boxer Muhammad Ali defeats Leon Spinks at the Superdome in New Orleans to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in his career, the first fighter ever to do so. Following his victory, Ali retired from boxing only to make a brief come back Two years later, Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 this weekend. 1984 on the seventh anniversary of his first major league home run. Reggie Jackson hits his 5/100 career home run this week in 1986. Chicago's Walter Payton rushes for 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 1/100 career rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 13 to 10 and this week in 2000 and eight major league Baseball's instant replay system produces its first reversal when Tampa Bay Rays Carlos Pena had a two run double change to a three run homer during the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins. Initial umpire call was based on fan interference. You know, Dose three. That's right time for three things with tip pot or personal guide to the latest buzz on social media celebrity in music news, but tough trending topics and stuff. That's just Yes, she's got it all. Yes, this is three things with partners on 700 wlw. Yeah, the off the beaten path kind on the radar, but not pressing crazy stuff this morning Tiff Potter to like the Wizard Potter like the pot.

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"177 yards" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"177 yards" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"What's happening, fellow sports fans attendee West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history will start off way back in 18 48, where baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for an out instead of the runner kind of seems crazy that that wasn't always the rule jumping ahead this week in 1937, the first NFL game Was played in Washington, D. C. The Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 13 3. This week In 1978 boxer Muhammad Ali defeats Leon Spinks at the Superdome in New Orleans to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in his career, the first fighter ever to do so. Following his victory, Ali retired from boxing only to make a brief come back Two years later, Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 this weekend. 1984 on the seventh anniversary of his first major league home run. Reggie Jackson hits his 5/100 career home run this week in 1986, Chicago as well. Eater. Peyton rushes for 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 1/100 career rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 13 to 10 and this week in 2000 and eight major League Baseball's instant replay system produces its first reversal when Tampa Bay Rays Carlos Pena had a two run double change to a three run homer during the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins. The initial umpire call was based on fan interference, which the video replay showed was not the case. And that's just some of what happened.

Reggie Jackson Muhammad Ali Philadelphia Eagles 1981 Leon Spinks Carlos Pena 1978 Minnesota Twins New York Giants 177 yards 1986 1984 15,000 yard 2000 fourth inning two run Bears 18 48 1937 seventh anniversary
"177 yards" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"177 yards" Discussed on KTOK

"Fellow sports fans in the West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off way back in 18 48 were baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for and out instead of the runner kind of seems crazy that that wasn't always the rule jumping ahead this week in 1937. The first NFL game was played in Washington, D. C. The Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 13 3. This week In 1978 boxer Muhammad Ali defeats Leon Spinks at the Superdome in New Orleans to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in his career, the first fighter ever to do so. Following his victory, Ali retired from boxing only to make a brief come back two years later. Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 this week in 1984 on the seventh anniversary of his first major league home run. Reggie Jackson hits his 5/100 career home run this week in 1986. Chicago's Walter Payton rushes for 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 1/100 career rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 13 to 10 and this week in 2000 and eight major league Baseball's instant replay system produces its first reversal when Tampa Bay Rays Carlos Pena had a two run double change to a three run homer during the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins. Initial umpire call was based on fan interference, which the video replays showed was not The case, And that's just some of what happened this week.

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"177 yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"177 yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To hear from you. Call him now at 855 to 1 to four. CBS That's 855 to 124227. That's right. It's the J. R sport brief show hanging out here with you on CBS Sports Radio. We're talking about Russell Wilson in a few seconds. I want to talk to you about DK Metcalf. But before I keep things rolling I gotta let you know about more about what's going on in the NFL because on Sunday it's another NFL on CBS doubleheader. Okay, or early Slate. You got the Browns taken on the Titans. And then key matchups. Key games. Raiders dolphins cults, They're all trying to make their playoff pushes. You know what? No matter of fact, in the next hour, I got to talk to you about some of these teams. Because some of these teams were talking about playoff push is and I'm just like I don't know about that. But Also in the late window. You're gonna have Aaron Rodgers and the Packers taking on the Eagles should light him up there. It all begins with the NFL. Today. It goes down at noon Eastern nine, Pacific on Sunday. The NFL is on C. B s. I want you to hear. About, you know, DK Metcalf. And what he had to say last night about putting up 177 yards, But before I do that, Wanna get back to the phones here. We have Dad and he's calling up from San Diego. Dad, if you want to CBS Sports radio go ahead. What's going on J R. Thanks for having me, man. Go ahead. Yes. Yeah. So so, basically talking about Russell Wilson here. I mean, not to take anything away from this guy. This guy's one of the best scramblers we've ever seen in terms of staying healthy, uh, like you said, getting rid of the ball when he needs to. But let's not forget here who had that dog mentality when they won that Super Bowl. That was the defense, right? Pete Carroll didn't put a gun to this guy's head to throw that slant on the goal line. And let's not remember if Mike McCarthy wasn't so mediocre we'd be talking about this guy is the dude who threw five interceptions and an NFC championship game. And just believe Russell Wilson wouldn't be doing this. Well this year without that guy, DK Metcalf. I'm just gonna leave it at that. And we'll get down my pack. Well, you want you're gonna leave now. You don't want to have Ah, You don't want to have a conversation. You wanna You wanna I'm in I'm okay. I'm all here. Okay, So you're you're you're all here. Okay, so You can't take anything away from what that team was, and I said it was built on the defense. But I'll tell you this. You can look at the development or who he was and who he is now. And it's screams greatness. You're not gonna find. I don't know. I don't know, Outside of maybe the three or four guys that I mentioned. You're not going to find a better quarterback over the past 20 years than the other gentleman that I named. So you're not gonna find too many people that step onto a field and our perfect working put you in a position to win. You can't take away from interceptions. You could say nobody held a gun to his head, and he did what he was asked and told as a young quarterback. Okay. And yeah, he was in the second Super Bowl. Nobody put a gun to his head. Nobody puts a gun toe Anybody's head, but what you can't take away is his greatness. So if you thought or your idea is Russell Wilson Ah, he's a choker or Russell Wilson. He's not perfect. This is someone who has 23 4th quarter comebacks. In the regular season. He has 30 game winning drives in the postseason. He has four comes become backs. He has four postseason game winning drives so I can look at anybody. I could look at some guy named Tom Brady. And Oh my goodness, Tom Brady has had his failures. I can't believe it. But just for for for failing, this is sports. This is athletics. You can look at a whole lot of people who certainly failed and came back. Into the surprise of No one. Guess who decided to hang up the phone. Not me. Uh, Adam. He's calling up from Philadelphia. Adam, you want CBS sports radio going ahead, which comment, Adam So you've got a great rhythm to your show. Well, listen, man, I got a lot of rhythm. Just period. Adam. Going ahead, man. Um I just want to say I think you're gonna see something more from him. That you're it'll kind of be unexpected. I think they loved Pete Carroll in Seattle. And I think that Russell Wilson is going to become the crisp all of Seattle Seahawks, and they're going to get a quarterback to play the first three. Quarters and three minutes. And in in will come. Russell Wilson. In a whatever one Score. 1.5 score game, Okay, and he'll take control. I mean yesterday. Well, Adam, I'm just just so I'm clear here. Are you saying that all of a sudden we're gonna like Split snaps with the at the quarterback position is what you're saying. Well, I just think that some of these quarterbacks there's so damn good. And Chris Paul is a coat. I mean, I start Chris Paul, Um Russell Wilson is like Chris Paul and that he's a coach on the field. So if you put him in, let's say even for the entire force just for the two minutes. You want you so just to be clear. You want to turn Russell Wilson into Mariana Rivera. Well, I don't want to say that. But I want to give him the entire fourth quarter to let somebody let somebody else working the first three quarters exactly and take okay and Russell Wilson Let's take this down to shores. Russell Wilson is going to take you home. And I think that's going to become part of the NFL game. Because, Adam, I know it. Zeke old in Philadelphia, have you been outside? Have the outside of my brain has not frozen. It sounds like it. Adam, Listen, when I want you to do, Adam, I don't want to have this conversation right now because you are literally talking about Revolutionizing the game. You know, you're you're making this sound like baseball. Well, let's bring in a starter and have him work for two quarters and maybe three and then let's just bring on at execute her somebody to come on and finish them like fatality like it's it's Mortal Kombat. So Not right now, Adam. Let's have that conversation another day, Okay? What can I ask you this? I mean, what do you see in the NFL that you don't see in every other league? I mean, it's the most parity, Lee Lead in me. I mean, I was bored. Don't don't Don't fix it if it ain't broke, and thank you, Adam for calling up from Philly. Call me back another day, Adam. I didn't think we talk about revolutionizing the game of football. You know? How about this? How about we take, you know a different quarterback? And just have many games. Why don't we just have your one quarterback for the first and then the second, the third and then the fourth. Let's just do that. You know, let's let's let's do some games here were like the first half of a game. You know, the Seattle Seahawks can start Sam Donald and in the second half you bring on Russell Wilson and see if he can come back from the trash. Let's let's try that. I don't think that's gonna happen. Let's go to F He's up in Seattle. Have your CBS sports radio How you doing, man? I'm good at. Are you gonna tell me about changing the game of football? No, that dude's.

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"177 yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"177 yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I am going to front load. I've got a very busy first hour so If there's something you want to hit on, you can jump in right now. Recon layout. I'm gonna go back to back starting next segment. In the meantime, the telephone number is 18006368686 Hit me up on Twitter at Jim Rome Hit me up on the gram at Jim Rome. Mess with my Facebook page. Or if you want. You could just send us an email at Rome are let me have it take dot com. Alright, So, the interviews now our number one look like this. I've got Eric Musselman, the head basketball coach at Arkansas. He must joining me in about 20 minutes. Right after that, and we do go back to back guys got amazing story. Errol Spence Jr. IBF and WBC welterweight champ will be joining us have not had him on the program in a long time. Harold Spence junior coming up in 9, 40, 12, 40 Eastern time, second hours wide open, which is good because I have a lot to get to Including a clone submission for a song about the XR 40 I Remember, I just kind of out of the side of my mouth mentioned the other day actually wasn't even me, Somebody said, always got a song You've got a song Jae Su's got a song Why don't Hawk and writ have a song written has enough material for an entire album? I said, You know what? If any of you want, take a shot of that. Go ahead on. Fortunately, somebody took me up on that. So I've got that coming up. Love it Later on. There is a song a clone submitted song about Hawk and writ, which I will be getting two At the top of our number three or running back for the University of Buffalo, Jared Patterson. East. All of that coming up, So I got a really good day for you. Once again. 1 806 368686. Let's talk about last night's game. Lots of different angles to that Seattle beat Philadelphia 23 17. Of course, that game was not that close. The Eagles tacked on a Hail Mary and a two point conversion in the final seconds of that game, and that was the very definition of meaningless and meaningful at the exact same time, more on that shortly. As for you, 12, I hate to be a huge buzz kill for you, 12, but I wouldn't be patting yourselves on the back for that effort. I'm not that impressed. But what I saw last night. I mean, yes. The defense did have six sacks. Yes, it did. Force 53 and house. Yes, DK Metcalf had himself a night going for 10 receptions and a career high 177 yards. Yes, he did most of that against my guide Darius Slay, including this bomb. Bring the extra man.

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"177 yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"177 yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Serious sex. Some channel two will sex you're smart speaker. I'm everywhere, okay? Not just Just I'm everywhere. Let's just let's leave it there. But right now I'm here with you. A big shot out the super producer stew Kovacs and thank you to everyone who was called in and participated in the first three hours of this show. We spent some time talking about the Kansas City Chiefs. I have no idea who's gonna beat them. We'll figure it out in the playoffs if it can happen. We talked about Tom Brady and I put a whole lot of blame on Bruce Arians. We talked about the Bears who are quite unwatchable at this point in time and in speaking of unwatchable, and this is where we spent time last hour. Monday night Football. Here we go. Yes, Seattle who beat the Eagles 23 to 17. You know this game was not close. Don't be fooled by the you know the six point difference? No, this was ugly. Seattle is now eight and three. They lead the NFC West in the Eagles continue to help the NFC look absolutely ridiculous or to be more specific. The NFC East. The Eagles set at 37 and one For the majority of this game going to the end of this game. DK Metcalf, who finished the night with 177 yards receiving This man by himself. Had more yards than the entire Philadelphia Eagles offense. Carson Wentz, who came into the game leading the NFL being sacked. Now leave the NFL by even more 46 sacks now on the season. To go along with his 16 touchdowns in his 15 interceptions. And the Eagles are disaster. They have no help. Jalen hurts. Got one snap. He doesn't have anybody to throw the ball to wins. Does his offensive line is banged up? It's just ugly all around. If you're playing for the Philadelphia Eagles, you realistically are looking at the clock and you're saying what is this season over? I need the cash these checks and I need to go home because this ain't cutting it, And that's what it feels like game to game with the Eagles. Seattle didn't even respect them earlier on in the game instead of kicking field goals, Seattle just like forth into will go for it. We get another chance. It's it's fourth down a well go for it. What the Eagles fool and they're not beating anybody..

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"177 yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"177 yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"So the Vikings are To begin a drive deep in their own territory. 13 29 to go in the third. Minnesota 17, Tennessee, nine here in the Twin cities, All right, thank you very much. Eric Nelson. There are five late games today. The Chargers will be starting Justin Herbert again as they take on the windless Panthers. Let's get a preview from Chuck a chuck it afternoon. Good afternoon rich and yeah, it's an exciting time here in Southern California. A lot of action going on in the Carolina Panthers coming to town owing to against the Los Angeles Chargers, it's Teddy Bridgewater Show now. Teddy Bridgewater, of course, on his fourth team since he was drafted number one by the Vikings out of Louisville, But he will not have one of his great weapons today. Christian McCaffrey is out with a knee injury, so First year coach. That rule will have to rely on running backs like Davis and Trenton Cannon to give Bridgewater support on the charge. Your side of the ledger last week was probably one of the more unique Three. James in charge of history. Fly Rod Taylor going to get ready to open up the building. Uh so fly. Ah, lot of pomp and circumstance about the Chargers opening gets the world champion Kansas City chiefs had injured his rib during the week. He took a pregame shot, which ended up being a punctured along. So Justin Herbert, with very limited reps during the course of the week, got to start played very, very well against the Chiefs was 22 for 33. For 311 yards made on Ly two mistakes on the day he had one touchdown. He forced to pick late in the game and under through another one that would have been a touchdown and the Chargers ended up losing. Bright spot for the Chargers has been Austin Meckler on the year 35 carries 177 yards. That's a 5.1 yards per carry average. However, on the defense's side of the football, they'll be missing Melvin Ingram, who is out with a knee injury..

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"177 yards" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"177 yards" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Welcome back to the grade of pest halftime report from Fayetteville, Arkansas. With the Hogs leading the dog's 75. Georgia scored right at the beginning of the second quarter on a safety that was forced by On a double reverse. Try by Arkansas. They're on their own 20 yard line, try to double reverse and Marc Webb blew in on the man who had the ball forced him further back. Aziz OSHA, Laurie then came back and got him right around. The goal line. The one yard line of the ball popped loose and then kicked around and then out of the back of the end zone, Georgia will pick up to there and then three arrayed at the end of the first half, very last play Jacks with Leslie with a 39 yard field goal for the dogs to narrow the deficit to seven. Five against Arkansas Stets and Bend it off the bench 9 to 14 passing for 92 yards for the dogs to one. Matthis started the game. He was six of 14 for 37 yards passing rushing. James Cook, our leading rusher or six carries for 20. Yards. Leading receivers George Pickens, Andy Rob have three catches each pickings for 28 yards. Demetris Robertson for 27 Yards. Kjaer's Jackson, also with three catches for 25 yards in the game. The dogs have 177 yards of total offense. 59 of those on the last drive right before A half a one minute quick offense there. Arkansas with 160 yards of total offense will come back with second half action. Arkansas leading 75. That's it for your great a pest halftime report. This is the Bulldogs Sports Network. Hey, Dawg, fans. Kirby smart here. Do you have a game plan for flu.

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"177 yards" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"177 yards" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tonight. Football in Las Vegas at halftime states and Raiders tied at 17 Drew Brees and interception in the final minute of the second quarter. Raters. Turn that into a field goal. Alvin Kamara, nine carries for 60 yards and a touchdown run Raiders Derek Carr 17 of 23 in the first half of 177 yards passing and TD passes, Alec Ingold. End's a Jones third quarter about to get underway shortly on ABC and ESPN. ESPN is Adam Schefter reporting the NFL finding three head coaches from Sunday. Denver's Fangio, Seattle, Carol and the 40. Niners Palace, Shanahan, each coach find $100,000 for not wearing mass Sunday. In addition league, also finding each of the coach's teams. An additional 250,000 Giants confirming today say Quan Barclay worn a C on the loss against various Sunday he will undergo surgery in the near future, ESPN NFL analyst and Orlovsky with Greenie today explaining how Barclays injury affects the development of quarterback Daniel Junes and just completely play coverage. And they're Daniel Jones and Jackie try to be patient enough with the back of running back and a not good blocking offensive line. So now your quarterback is gonna have to play the reference even with one hand tied behind its back to Stanley Cup Final two periods in the books, Lightning on top, everyone on the Stars Tampa Bay looking to even the series up At a game apiece with a win tonight. Denny Hamlin and Michael Jordan announcing tonight they will field a car for the 2021 Cup series season bubble. Wallace will be the first driver for the new race team. Coming up Tuesday. The NFL's filled.

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"177 yards" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"177 yards" Discussed on WTOP

"FM sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River. Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Perfect weather for football here is Rob would four perfect football scores. Said. But 22 nothing will be much harder. Sarah's Ona has dominated of through nearly three full quarters. They lead 22 nothing. Still now late in the third, Cuyler Murray 198 passing yards he's thrown for a touchdown. He's also rushed for 41 yards and another touchdown. He's been giving Washington's defense fits all day. And, of course, the offense. Also getting quite the workout eras. Dwayne Haskins sacked four times. In this contest. He is completed. 13 22 passes for 112 yards, but the offense really can't get anything going today. And if that's not bad enough, the injuries also mounting Brandon Sheriff done for the day. He suffered a knee injury in the first half. Steven Sims went to the locker room after getting rolled up on still awaiting word on his status. Team owner Dan Snyder also not there, along with his wife, Tanya. They are absence because they're quarantining after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for Corona virus, though the team said the Snyders have tested negative. The Ravens out gained by the Texas in the first half but still led by 10.5 time were now in the third quarter with Baltimore leading 23 to 10. Lamar Jackson sacked four times in this game, but Still very efficient 177 yards and a touchdown passing. He's also the leading rusher with 34 yards. Thie U. S Open is a rap Bryson to Shambo Cruise to his first major title. He shot a final round 67 to finish the tournament six under. He is the only golfer below par he won by six strokes over Matthew Wolf, who had to settle for even par. For the tournament. The nationals, beating the Marlins seven Nothing in the fourth inning in the back end of a double header in Miami. The Nationals dropping Game one in Miami to one as Max Scherzer falls to foreign four and the Orioles as raised 21 to salvage the final game of the long five game series in Camden Yards. Rob would forgettable UT o P Sports Thank you, and still ahead on w T o p. It is starting to happen. We're seeing protesters out in front of polling places. In northern Virginia. 6 17 Hello, class welcomed his entertainment with Amy. I'm Amy today. Let's center your mind body and all your entertainment options with Xfinity X one. Repeat after me. What should I watch? Good varies n X one gives you access to everything in one place live TV And now the new streaming app peacock. So just breathe and trust in the voice remote. Show me parks and rec on peacock.

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"177 yards" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"177 yards" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off way back in 18 48, where baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for an out instead of the runner. Kind of seems crazy that that wasn't always the rules jumping ahead this week in 1937. The first NFL game was played in Washington, D. C. The Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 13 3 this week in 1978 boxer Mohamed Ali defeats Leon Spinks at the Superdome in New Orleans to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in his career first fighter ever to do so. Following his victory, Ali retired from boxing only to make a brief come back two years later. Ali left the sport permanently in 1981 Thiss week in 1984 on the seventh anniversary of his first major league home run. Reggie Jackson hits his 5/100 career home run Thiss Week in 1986. Chicago's Walter Payton rushes for 177 yards to reach the 15,000 yard plateau and scores his 1/100 career rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles 13 attend this week in 2008 Major League Baseball's instant replay system produces its first reverse. Soul when Tampa Bay Rays Carlos Pena had a two run double change to a three run homer during the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins. The initial umpire call was based on fan interference, which the video replays showed was not the case on. That's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. Coming.

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