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"bill wash" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:35 min | 7 months ago

"bill wash" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Wrap up this weekend preview the weekend. Wrap up this week when we come right back. Event yes an event television event. I can't I can't say anymore right now. I don't want to give it away. Don't want to wait. Hey Do we have a best of the week to show when we come back to? Okay very good do we also have. We can't show. Can we show the video of Will Ferrell with the with the seahawks all this? I don't know I don't know if we have it funny. Did you see. We don't have it did you see what did you see that he he pretended Greg Olsen? Yeah well well. Pete Carroll introduced him as Gregory which is correct. He'd cow was a straight man there on the zoom there's like literally the fifty of the whole teams on zoom and. Like hey new new tight end Greg Olsen and somebody who is much older than Greg Olsen who looks exactly like Will Ferrell wearing twelve uniform I forgot Greg Olsen went to Seattle. Oh yeah you were pissed. You thought you should ask them. You don't have the cat space. Don't have the CASS BASS. Don't have the space for Andy Dalton. Yes you do not take an a one point one million dollar deal. Why do you know Jaimes Winston Vicky? Drink Jaimes Winston would do that. Andy Dalton has better. James has to pay for a wedding weddings. So do I should've using if he's behind the wheel of a car right so it sounded like really okay so when people are driving I dunno I. It's it's tough. Avocado like a like a sit down like intimate conversation. Sometimes I duNno. I got that in my head. Certainly since I'm I'm right here showing best conversations driving but I wanted to hook him up with you about Dj. I would've loved maybe next time next time. I should ask them if they're three different laminates for for all the guests unless VIP levels of VIP doing remotes tonight remote DJ show. What do you mean? I'm taking remote deejays in rebroadcast? And Are you doing your show tonight by taking on other people's taking their their shows and putting them on my platform? Oh are finding are you are you? You're the bill. Walsh of deejays becoming the Bill Walsh of of on ninety. Dj Tram the bill wash of online DJ ten years rich August. Do you have disciples? Do you have like? Is there a tree? Is there like a DJ tree? But they're not they learn that there are more like ballot check they. They weren't that good after. I tried to teach them how to do it. Wow.

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"bill wash" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"bill wash" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It out we got all sorts of stuff to talk about. The game. Sports information, live them, Twitter and always has pretty we'll talk about the lines bite about the game itself. And of course, read joins us, courtesy of the McKesson. Hey brit. Hey, ever. No. But I had a Chicago bear fan. Just walk inside the studio here in Las Vegas, and I just autographed. Bobby Boucher shirt? Awesome. I'm guessing that was your first. Yeah. Well, now, I have a photo look for John here. We'll talk this is my favorite guys in San Francisco. They're dropping by. Now, we've got a little Sega seminar down here and Budweiser was an ice enough to put up the blues. They're gonna sell them for a buck a bottle what a big crowd in. They're talking about props spreads. What's going on with the goal? We got a big party player. Let me tell you Brett at a buck a bottle. You guys are going to be you guys will not be talking a long time. Got that. Already been down there. Area. Before we get into the game. And all the props and everything I have to ask you because Eric branch a writer for the chronicle wrote an article about Bill wash in his last season. Great article really good, and we had Brent Jones on Ronnie Lott. Steve Young this week. We asked him about bills last season. I had forgotten that when they won the Super Bowl. You were. They're interviewing Bill Walsh when he just kind of collapsed. You I think you asked him is this his last game and he collapsed. And and that was it. He said yes Brandt and Steve said they talked to him later on in the off season. He said, he regretted retiring a thought maybe had some more left, but give me an idea what that was like there and you're talking to him, and he's emotional, and he's drained I mean, what was that? Like, it was completely surreal, Tom. I to this day. I still whoa. Honestly, I don't know if somebody had said to me ask him if he's gonna retire. Or if I just did it at the spur of the moment. I couldn't quite remember that. But I know I was shocked when with what he said because basically he broke down. You know, there was no question. And you know, as you look back on it right now, we all talk about the Bill Belichick dynasty be number. One Bill Walsh at home in there for a while. I would be ever did ability checks when you when you think about it because George CPA a couple of those Super Bowls down the stretch. And I always thought that Bill had something left just was overcome with emotion when he said it, and you know, I don't know what was going on here that the Barlow's behind the scenes at the time. But I I was shocked. I I have to tell you. I was just kind of stunned when it happened. You know, we're talking about this earlier this week breath that you look at what the patriots of data and ensure it's incredible. And nothing you don't take away anything from them and Brady and Belichick and and the run they've had but I was looking at what the Niners. Did you look at the NFC back during the Niners run? It was the Niners. The giants the Redskins the bay. Bears. I mean it Cowboys and the Packers a little later on the NFC was incredible. It was a gauntlet just to get to the Super Bowl for the NFC back. Then. Oh, yeah. It was it was much. Look, I've always said that one of the things that has worked so much in the patriots favors. How the division has been oil with the the jets the dolphins the bills can't get out of their own way. Combat. So that they win and get into the playoffs and frequently we're not that big record. And they've got the home field advantage throughout the playoffs. I believe me I'm not taking away from from the run. But you are so right. Those teams including the one that started it, all okay? That was a very very good. Dallas Cowboys team that Dwight car control Montana took down with the catch believe me that was not easy beating that cowboy came back in the time. And then that started them off on the way and they had two quarterbacks for San Francisco. You know, Joe Montana started at all kept it going and then Steve Young finished it off for them. So they went through a couple of guys, and that was always one of my favorite teams to be. Around because the NFL today was always there for the to the NFC championship game. So I. And Joe Montana and the guys were so nice to be around. They were easy for us to deal with which I always really appreciate it. A coach Walser. A good friend of dick for meals and that helped me a lot because I had known walk before he became the head coach you as a coordinator. I probably the first time I really came in close contact with him. He was back with the Cincinnati Bengals kitty Anderson of those guys, but listen Walsh. I know we talked about Bella check and the dynasty. And and well we, but let me tell you something the guy who change the passing game and Senate on its. Was coach he's the one who really made it more of a passing league. Ground and pound league that it had been for so many years the changes that he brought with his sophisticated passing attack. Just absolutely remarkable. Musburger good enough to talk in Super Bowl. Of course, this Vegas, sports and information network. I'm looking at your property shooting some of that stuff later, but just what's your what's your overall feel of the game? A couple of days before about forty eight hours before we get started on this thing. Now, you know, you always hope for a close game. And I think this one will be I'm having a little fun. I took I took the patriots minus two and a half. And I'll sit back, Tom. And if it gets three which it hasn't gotten there yet gets the three then I'll employ my teaser and try to get the middle. I'll take. And and there's just always enjoy enjoy doing that. And I will you know, I'll look at a couple of the the props. There's there's always some new ones. And I thought one of the most interesting that I would bring to your attention is which will be more points in goals scored by these city of Boston or points in goals scored by the city of Los Angeles. Okay. Patriots. Celtics. Bruins Boston College combined, total points and goals against the Rams, Lakers kings and USC. I mean that that we've got my attention. It's a pick em either way minus minus one at one guy come in the most props and he says it's going to be Los Angeles because LeBron is back and the Lakers will have a lot of points against the Golden State Warriors. I'm not so sure about that myself because if the warriors get out to a Cudi good lead on the Lakers on that. That Saturday night game than I would think that LeBron James will go to the bench and spend a lot of minutes over there. So so, but but it's that kind of props that that all of us around the city are having a lot of fun with right now. Yeah. Any profit after break out a calculator? I'm not down with. In other words, in other words, minus one or two heads your tails is right down. Perfect. It's funny. You brought that up. Brent I've told this story three times this week. But I think you'll get a kick out of it. I actually bet a heads or tails ten years ago. Maybe even more maybe closer to twenty years ago when the yeah when the Broncos played the Packers and San Diego's down there, and I said, you know, what on a call just kind of a goof. I called the called my guy and asked him what the line was on the on the coin toss, of course, already one ten one ten it's a damn coin toss. He tells me tales are minus one twenty. So I go you gotta little kid me. Yeah. Pales in twenty s I go. Well, actually, this take heads. And then I thought wait a minute. Maybe it's too easy. Maybe there's something about the coin. Maybe it's heavier on one side. Maybe actually go with the mine is one twenty. So, of course, like an idiot. I bet tales minus one twenty and it came up heads. That was the last time. I bet the damn coin story. Great. That's a great story of toys. The patriots. The patriots are the road team. So they will call the coin toss, and he always calls heads as we get going into overtime against Kansas City. So if you if you're like hat, you might as well take the patriots 'cause they're going to win the coin toss, that's my wonderful too. And. They they've got listed here at the south point a lot better price that you caught way better than I. Oh, that's great. Yeah. I bet that one and I and I actually two years ago had some inside information on the the national anthem. There was going to go over and at the very end. Yes. I guess they had the jets flyovers today to tighten it up. And it went under and I go well so much for inside information lost that what exactly exactly yeah, I'm done with proxy grab. I'm done with the. I read I I saw you re tweeted that Jay route over there at the GM took a two million dollar bet. What are you hearing as far as like who who's going out on a limb history of big money on the game? The big bets have appeared for the Rams this afternoon. But there's been so much money bet by the public on the patriots. The number still has not ratcheted up to three there were there was that million dollar bet over there that was a three hundred thousand dollar bet on the Rams just a couple of hours ago here at the south point and not taking the points but betting on the on the money line. Okay. So that ticket would pay six sixty if it if it hits getting the money back in the and the prophet. So for the first time some pick that's have show. That's the first and last year we had quite. Do you think it'll get to three? I believe that at some point will. But it might not stay there. Yeah. Exactly. In other words, there's a sop that's going to need a little ram money. But they're gonna get hit so hard so fast with the. Tell me what the apps that are out there. Now, guys just go to their telephones and check probably every fifteen minutes Sunday morning. They see it and they've got a good account there with the cash on hand Zale pounded immediately. And then they'll drop back down. I wouldn't be surprised if it finally closed at two and a half or it is right now what about the total? It's fifty six and a half of seen. Some fifty six is out there opened at fifty nine fifty eight and a half. So clearly people are enjoying the under. Do you see that taking action one way or the other think it'll stick around fifty six? It will go up the the public about their come in the big crowds that will hit here tonight and tomorrow morning. The one thing they want to pull for points, and they will go over. So that one will go up, and that's that's the other side of the the teaser. I'm hoping that it hits for sure fifty seven maybe fifty seven and a half fifty eight. Then you take the seven you take that number well over sixty and you've got the younger. Yeah. On the other side of the Rams plus ten so, but we fully expect that over under number to rise here over the weekend before the kickoff it because that's what the public likes to see..

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"bill wash" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"bill wash" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But then he also had Brody Crowell or a couple of weeks. I I don't know. I think Kurt Warner on Larry FitzGerald, Kurt Warner. And Carson Palmer threw him the most touchdown passes. Then you've got Josh mccown John Skelton, Kevin Cobb, Matt liner, Derek Aniston, drew Stanton. Blaine gabbert, max hall. Josh rosen. Yeah. Sandra? And as bad as all those quarterbacks were their offense was famously worst. Remember, they didn't invest in that for years. Yeah. You know? I it should be graded. Your your stats should be great at a little bit there. If you're a wide receiver who was throwing you the ball. I it's a little system argument. Dan, do you think Larry Fitzgerald's in a system? No, you're saying that he did that all these other great receivers or an assistant in. Larry's even more impressed this system once they had good quarterbacks. Yeah. If Larry FitzGerald was a patriot for his entire career. How many how many catches do you think he has? Does he have more than he has now? He would have been the ultimate slot receiver that could do more, you know, because it lasts seven eight years you'd kind of kind of a slot receiver short, man. Yeah. Because Larry FitzGerald had one hundred hundred and three catches at age twenty two and one hundred and nine catches at age thirty four he had a few like his down years are eighty two catches eighty catches, mclovin. If Jerry Rice desert hook up with Bill wash Joe Montana, Steve Young as he rewrite the record book five times over. No, no that helped him. He had a perfect system. Perfect storm. You had an offensive genius. You had the second greatest quarterback of all time. And you had Steve Young another hall of Famer in there. That's pretty good and he had respectable wide receiver. John Taylor was a good wide receiver. But they they had a system there with great quarter. The the system was you had great quarterbacks to throw the ball now with Jerry still a been a great wide receiver. Yes. But would he rewrite the record books? I don't think so. Like if he played for the Cleveland Browns is Jerry Rice going to be one of the all time greats. I don't know. I mean, we all Brady said if the cardinals drafted me things might have gone a lot differently..

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"bill wash" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Please follow along there. I agree with you about NFL over time. Do you think the overtime criticism is spawned by the public's hatred or fatigue on the patriots? Also, I haven't heard of valid counter to the idea for overtime. That would remedy the issue. Here's the thing. I think that it's just sour grapes. When you lose you lash out at anything that isn't your own team. You like to watch the rules the refs the other teams cheaters this that or the other thing it's it's easier to be critical of coaches rafts fans or rules than it is the people whose jersey aware. That's just true across all sports easier to blame the manager. Then the relief pitcher. Easier to blame the play caller than the quarterback easier to blame the raff than the running back. It's just how it works. I saw solution online. I I don't think it's a problem. Let me just say that. I don't think the NFL overtime is a problem. I think it's way better than the college system colleges Dems too gimmicky. It's very entertaining. But it removes defense or removed special teams it really screws with your over unders, and it could go on forever. It's fun. But it's not football. I am not a believer. That over time needs to be fair fares for regulation overtime is for finding a winner because ties suck. There's still a lot of value placed on the coin flip. I saw an odds maker on Twitter say that when regulation ended the chiefs were a minus one thirty favorite before the coin flip. And there are a minus one forty underdog after the coin flip. So that's a huge swing off of a coin flip. But you know, what? There's going flip. It should swing it somewhat significantly. And it used to be you win. A coin flip you go down kick a field goal games over now. At least you got to score a touchdown. And I think there's a real argument to be made. If you can't stop the other team from scoring a touchdown in overtime. You've already had sixty minutes to win. Then the other team gets the ball. Then you can't stop them from scoring a touchdown. He deserved to lose. I got no problem with the overtime rules because you either score a touchdown. You win or each team gets the ball. However. They've tinkered with it to get to this point. So if someone had a better solution I'd be open to it. I saw someone online say something today that I thought was kind of funny it'll never happen. But it would be you send out right, Pat, Mahomes and Tom Brady at the start of overtime. And each one has a sheet of paper. And they give it to the rough and that's the yardage marker were they were willing to start with the ball and whoever's willing to start with the ball furthest away from the end zone. They get the ball. So if the patriots come out and say twenty five yard line what it would be for a touchback. And Andy Reid comes out and says in order to get the ball. I'll start with it at the ten yard line. Okay. Cheese, paul. And then if the patriots stop them patriots get better field position. It's of funny. It'll never happen. And then what happens if both teams they'll start with it at the one yard line. I don't have a solution for it. The point is there's nothing perfect with the overtime. And there doesn't need to be. Basketballs overtime is perfect. You know, why? Because they keep playing basketball, but you can't do that. And when I mean, they keep playing basketball is they don't change anything. They used at five minutes. It's still five on five everything carries over fouls carry over and you just keep playing the game. But basketball doesn't have the injury rate that football does you gotta have something finite with football hockey. They take another guy off the ice in. It's weird and gimmicky and up and down and soccer shootouts baseball games. Go on forever. It's it's not perfect. But I don't think that over time needs to be fair. So I think that it's better than college. I think it's better than most. I think it's better than it was if you could tell me something that would make this five percent better. Cool. But should the chiefs really have had the opportunity to answer that touchdown. The patriots won the toss. And drove right down the field and scored a touchdown. I didn't think it was that egregious. Eight five five two one two four CBS. I really appreciate everybody calling in and hold in. We'll try to stream through some of these calls real quick Jeff in FOX lake Illinois is on the Dante Parkin show. Jeff thanks for calling daily actually called by four segments ago. Speaking about the officiating, but. Backwards here. I go ahead. Everything you've said. Let's just talk with entertainment value of the NFL this year. Best I've seen ever. And I agree with you about twenty Romo. He's gonna be a five star broadcaster. That was an excellent broadcast tonight. Eric can put them up against the Summerall and mad which you're probably too young for it. And I do like Chris Collins to during Glenville you're too young for that. But I got the rumble at number four. Summerall? He's in his second year in the booth and he's already at number four for you. That's pretty good. Pretty good. Overtime rules. I agree with you. I'm open to anything to change. Now perfect. But it's not the worst either. What would be better? Let's go back to where you're talking about. How you cheer for greatness, which I also cheer for even though our love it bears are out of it. Tom Brady, you gotta think about greatness. Ballot check. But then you gotta do chicken the thing. What about Chuck Nolan and Terry Bradshaw? Four. No perfect. No losses Bill wash. And okay. But but here's the thing. Jeff I'd ever got this. Why why are losses in championship games held against great players are great teams? Like, what would it be better? If the patriots were undefeated in the Super Bowl like the Dade. So what they're five and three and Super Bowls right now. Would it be better if they were five and Super Bowls, but then had lost those AFC championship games instead of one? I I never understand what LeBron. Sense that the greatest championship team of all time was the Michael Jordan bull because they went six, no losses. They were. They were digging the show, but he lost in and listen, I'm a Jordan guy. But do you think that he would have rather been six and one in the finals but had gotten to the finals when they lost the magic, or when they lost to the pistons like I would say he would have been because he would have won the east, and he would have won more. Why does Jordan get credit for losing earlier in the playoffs? What they were asking him the greatest dynasty. They were talking about. Check Tom Brady the dynasty, right? Well, Tom Brady, Bill Bilbao. Check it lost title games. Jordan. Do you understand my question? I did not. Here's my question. Michael Jordan is six zero right? Jordan, sixth all-time in the finals. Lebron is what three and six all time in the finals. So people were saying, wow, Jordan, better than LeBron or in your case. Chuck Nolan Terry Bradshaw. Four. No. Would you rather go to four Super Bowls and Ryan four Super Bowls? Or would you rather? Go to nine Super Bowls win. Right. That's a great question. Danny. Wow. I can't answer that see I see. And I can say thank you for the call. Jeff. I'd rather go more because what you're saying is is that Jordan should get credit for losing in the Eastern Conference finals to the pistons. How is that more impressive than if he would have beaten the pistons, but then lost to the Lakers and the championship? That is always nonsense to me 'cause haters are going to come out and say, you know, Tom Brady, he has the most Super Bowl losses ever. And if you lose this one he'll have that record alone. So he's the he's the losing a Super Bowl quarterback ever. That's so stupid. Finals appearances are better than conference championship game losses that should be obvious point. We all should understand that. It's like I also think that in the playoff win loss record teams that have buys should get credit for wildcard wins. Because they didn't even have to play in the game. They play in a tougher round against the better team that just won. But they advanced further. So I just I think it's so silly. I don't think that's a hard question at all. Now Jordan's got six rings, LeBron has three LeBron's been the more. I think that you gotta count way more than just rings in the greatest of all time argument, but you know. That's why that's still a debate. Because he doesn't have the number of rings. Okay. I get it. But no one you can't convince me that will lebrons legacy would have been would lebrons legacy. Be better. If he would only have three rings. It us three and in the NBA finals. Serious question is LeBron's legacy better if he's three in the NBA finals, but he lost to the Celtics. He lost to the raptors. And he lost the pistons and he lost to other teams in the Eastern Conference playoffs. A lot of people evidently would say, yes because you would be undefeated in the files, but I think that's patently absurd. Of course, you wanna make it to the championship. So Brady and Belle Jack being in their ninth Super Bowl ever is insane. Their incredible. Let's see here. Where's a good call? Let's find a good call J in DC. Appreciate you calling man. You're on The Danny thanks for taking my call. I really appreciate it. You know, I don't understand some people's football analysts nations. But you know, it was a great great weekend. Football. I picked the patient to win the whole thing. And this is my only volley concern, you know, the Fisher admits we messed it up. I don't think he should have came out and said that at all I think you should have left it alone. You know, what I'm saying bad calls it a part of the game. But you gotta overcome back. Call would go play on the field. They had opportunity to win that game. They didn't the only thing I feel bad for some of the fans because that bad call change outcome. Maybe it didn't change the outcome. Yeah. I was I don't know. I don't know how the saints are supposed to overcome that call when it happens that late in the game. So it made a ditch change outcome, and it made some fans disappointed, you know. But as a football man, come on we deal with bad calls. You know all year long. Every game is important. You know, a bad call calls Pittsburgh the playoffs when it was in New Orleans Pittsburgh fan. Let's get over a man Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback ever Bill is the greatest coach ever do greatest receiver in NFL. And gronkowski's abyss tight. How do we know this? Well, let's look at what they've accomplished in football and stop trying to analyze negotiate. They're the best man people say Antonio Brown's best wide receiver. He's not the best wide receiver. He's eagle. You know, everything comes into play an athlete. Jay J J. Are you saying that if the patriots were offered a trade straight up forget Antonio Brown? Your Steelers fan is ego. He buys their take de'andre Hopkins. Take Julio Jones if the patriots were offered a trade Julian Ataman for Julio Jones straight up who they taken I win trade because there's not being the pros. And I have to look at what element has done for my team this. He catches him a clutch, man. This guy makes incredible catches in the clutch. I'm not going to gamble with that. Why would I gamma was something that's been working nine trooper bold? You know, some people listen, I I respect your loyalty. I do. And and and thank you for the call. But you're playing the result there too much. Edelman's? Great is perfect in that system. Very very valuable. But you know, who else was really good in that system. Wes welker. You know? How would be good in that system? cO? Beasley else is. Okay. And that's not great. But Chris HOGAN, they just find dudes. To do that Danny amendola, and that's a fungible thing. It's replaceable. Julio Jones singular the Andre Agassi singular. Odell Beckham Antonio Brown. Michael Thomas tyreek hill. The chiefs are the the patriots when kill to have one of those guys. Of course, they would. So don't judge just based on the results just based on the winds fun show? We'll be doing this again two weeks for Super Bowl postgame standard show.

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"bill wash" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And and you can always tweet with me at Danny Parkin's on Twitter. Please follow along there. I agree with you about NFL over time. Do you think the overtime criticism has spawned by the public's hatred or fatigue on the patriots? Also, I haven't heard of valid counter to the idea for overtime. That would remedy the issue. Here's the thing. I think that it's just soured grapes. When you lose you lash out at anything that is in your own team. You like to watch the rules the refs the other teams cheaters this that or the other thing it's it's easier to be critical of coaches refs fans or rules than it is the people whose jersey aware. That's true across all sports easier to blame the manager than the relief pitcher. Easier to blame the play caller than the quarterback easier to blame the wrath than the running back. It's just how it works. I saw solution online. I I don't think it's a problem. Let me just say that. I don't think the NFL overtime is a problem. I think it's way better than the college system. Colleges is too gimmicky. It's very entertaining. But it removes defense or remove special teams it really screws with your over unders, and it could go on forever. It's fun. But it's not football. I am not a believer. That over time needs to be fair fares for regulation overtime is for finding a winner because ties suck. There's still a lot of value placed on the coin flip. I saw an oddsmaker on Twitter say that when regulation ended the chiefs were a minus one thirty favorite before the coin flip, and they were minus one forty underdog after the coin flip. So that's a huge swing off of a coin flip. But you know, what? There's a coin flip. It should swing it somewhat significantly. And it used to be you win. A coin flip you go down kick a field goal games over now. At least you got to score a touchdown. And I think there's a real argument to be made. If you can't stop the other team from scoring a touchdown in overtime. You've already had sixty minutes to win. Then the other team gets the ball. Then you can't stop them from scoring a touchdown. He deserve to lose. I got no problem with the overtime rules because you either score a touchdown in you win or each team gets the ball. However. They've tinkered with it to get to this point. So if someone had a better solution I'd be open to it. I saw someone online say something today that I thought was kind of funny it'll never happen. But it would be you send out right, Pat, Mahomes and Tom Brady at the start of overtime. And each one has a sheet of paper. And they give it to the ref and that's the yardage marker were they were willing to start with the ball and whoever's willing to start with the ball furthest away from the end zone. They get the ball. So if the patriots come out and say twenty five yard line what it would be for a touchback. And Andy Reid comes out and says in order to get the ball. I'll start with it at the ten yard line. Okay. Chiefs ball. And then if the patriots stop them patriots get better field position. It's kind of funny. It'll never happen. And then what happens if both teams say they'll start with it at the one yard line. I don't have a solution for it. The point is there's nothing perfect with the overtime. And there doesn't need to be. Basketballs overtime is perfect. You know, why? Because they keep playing basketball, but you can't do that. And what I mean, they keep playing basketball is they don't change anything. They used at five minutes. It's still five on five everything carries over fouls carry over. And you just keep playing the game. But basketball doesn't have the injury rate that football does you gotta have something finite with football hockey. They take another guy off the ice. And it's weird and gimmicky and up and down and soccer. You have shootouts baseball vacation go on forever. It's it's not perfect. But I don't think that over time needs to be fair. So I think that it's better than college. I think it's better than most. I think it's better than it was if you could tell me something that would make this five percent better. Cool, but should the chiefs really have had the opportunity to answer that touchdown. The patriots won the toss. And drove right down the field and scored a touchdown. I didn't think it was that egregious. Eight five five two one two four CBS. I really appreciate everybody calling in and hold in. We'll try to stream through some of these calls real quick Jeff in FOX lake Illinois is on The Danny Parkin show. Jeff thanks for calling daily actually called by four segments ago. Speaking about the officiating, but. Backwards here. I go ahead. Everything you've said, let's just talk with entertainment value of the NFL this year. Best I've seen ever. And I agree with you about Tony Romo. He's gonna be five star broadcaster. That was an excellent broadcast tonight. Eric put him up against the summer and mad which you probably too young for it. And I do like Chris Collins were to. During Glenville your too young for that. But. Romo number four. I know Summerall he's in his second year in the booth and he's already in number four for you. That's good. Pretty good. Overtime rules. I agree with you mobile to anything to change. How it is. Now. Perfect. The worst either. What would be better? Let's go back to where you're talking about. How you cheer for greatness, which I also cheer for even though our love it bears are out of it. Brady got to think about greatness. Check. But then you gotta do chicken anything. What about Chuck knoll and Terry Bradshaw? Four. No perfect. No losses Bill wash. And okay. But but here's the thing. Jeff I'd ever got this. Why why are losses in championship games held against great players are great teams? What would it be better? If the patriots were undefeated in the Super Bowl like the date, so they're five and three and Super Bowls right now. Would it be better if they were five and Super Bowls, but then had lost those AFC championship games instead of one? I never understand what LeBron. Finder committed against any sense that the greatest championship team of all time was Michael Jordan bulls because they went six, no losses. They were. They were digging does show he, but he lost in and listen, I'm a Jordan guy. But do you think that he would have rather been six in one in the finals but had gotten to the finals when they lost to the magic or when they lost to the pistons? Like, I I would say he would have been because he would have won the east, and he would have won more. Why does Jordan get credit for losing earlier in the playoffs? They were asking him the greatest dynasty. They were talking about Donald check Tom Brady the dynasty, right? Well, Tom Brady Bill. Check it lost a few title games. Jordan. You understand my question? I did not. Here's my question. Michael Jordan is six zero right? Right. Jordan, sixth all-time in the finals. Lebron is what three and six all time in the finals. So people were saying, wow, Jordan, better than LeBron or in your case. Chuck Nolan Terry Bradshaw. Four, no. Would you rather go to four Super Bowls and Ryan four Super Bowls or rather go to nine Super Bowls win? Right. That's a great question. Dante. Wow. I can't answer that see I see. And I can thank thank you for the call. Jeff. I'd rather go more because what you're saying is that Jordan should get credit for losing in the Eastern Conference finals to the pistons. How is that more impressive than if he would have beaten the pistons, but then lost to the Lakers and the championship? That is all that always nonsense to me 'cause haters are going to come out and say, you know, Tom Brady, he has the most Super Bowl losses ever. And if you lose this one he'll have that record alone. So he's the he's the losing a Super Bowl quarterback ever. That's so stupid. Finals appearances are better than conference championship game losses that should be an obvious point. We all should understand that. It's like I also think that in the playoff win loss record teams that have buys should get credit for wildcard wins. Because they didn't even have to play in the game. They play in a tougher round against the better team that just won. But they advanced further. So I just I think it's so silly. I don't think that's a hard question at all. Now Jordan's got six rings, LeBron has three LeBron's been the more. I think you got count way more than just rings in the greatest of all time argument, but you know. That's why that's still a debate. Because he doesn't have the number of rings. Okay. I get it. But no one you can't convince me that will lebrons legacy would have been would LeBron's legacy. Be better. If he would only have three rings. Three in the NBA finals. Serious question is LeBron's legacy better. If he's three now in the NBA finals, but he lost to the Celtics lost to the raptors. And he lost to the pistons. And he walks to other teams in the Eastern Conference playoffs. A lot of people evidently would say, yes because you would be undefeated in the files, but I think that's patently absurd. Of course, you want to make it to the championship. So Brady and Val Jack being in their ninth Super Bowl ever is insane. Their incredible. Let's see here. Where's a good call? Let's find a good call J in DC. Appreciate you calling me. And you're on The Danny. Thanks for taking my call. I really appreciate it. You know, I don't understand some people's football. But you know, it was a great great weekend football. I picked the whole thing. And this is my only my only concern, you know, the Fisher admits we messed it up. I don't think he should have came out and said that at all I think you should have left it alone. You know, what I'm saying bad calls as a part of the game. But you gotta overcome back. All would go play on the field. They had opportunity to win that game. They didn't the only thing I feel bad for some of the fans because that bad call ditch change Alcom, maybe it didn't change the outcome. I don't know. I don't know how the saints are supposed to overcome that call when it happens that late in the game. So it made a change outcome, and it made some fans disappointed, you know. But after football man, come on we deal with bad calls, you know, all year long. Every game is important. You know, a bad cold calls. Pittsburgh the playoffs when he was in New Orleans, Pittsburgh, saying, well, let's get over a man Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback ever. Bill Belichick is the greatest coach ever do is the greatest receiver in NFL. And gronkowski's the best tight end. How do we know this? Well, let's look at what they've accomplished in football and stop trying to allies negotiate. They're the best man people say Tonio Brown's best wide receiver. He's not the best wide receiver. He's eagle. You know, everything comes into play an app betray J. J? Are you saying that if the patriots were offered a trade straight up forget Antonio Brown? Your Steelers fan is ego. He buys there. Take de'andre Hopkins take Julio Jones if the patriots were offered a trade Julian Ataman for Julio Jones straight up who they taken I win trade because there's not being the pros. And I have to look at what element has done for my team this. He catches him a clutch, man. This guy makes incredible catches in the clutch. I'm not going to gamble with that. Why would I gamma? What's something that's been working nine Super Bowl? You know? Don't be listen. I I respect your loyalty. I do. And and and thank you for the call. But you're playing the result there too much. Great is perfect in that system, you very very valuable. But you know, who else was really good in that system. Wes welker. You know? How else would be good in that system? Call Beasley, you know, else is okay. And that system in that great. But Chris HOGAN, they just find dudes. To do that Danny amendola, and that's a fungible thing. It's replaceable. Julio Jones singular Deandra singular Odell Beckham Antonio Brown. Michael Thomas, Tyree kill the chiefs or the patriots when kill to have one of those guys. Of course, they would..

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"bill wash" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Please follow along there. I agree with you about NFL over time. Do you think the overtime criticism is spawned by the public's hatred or fatigue on the patriots? Also, I haven't heard valid counter to the idea for overtime. That would remedy the issue. Here's the thing. I think that it's just sour grapes. When you lose you lash out at anything that is in your own team. You like to watch the rules the refs the other teams cheaters this that or the other thing it's it's easier to be critical of coaches rafts fans or rules than it is the people whose jersey aware that's true across all sports easier to blame the manager than the relief pitcher. Easier to blame the play caller than the quarterback easier to blame the wrath than the running back. It's just how it works. I saw solution online as I I don't think it's a problem. Let me just say that. I don't think the NFL overtime is a problem. I think it's way better than the college system. Colleges is too gimmicky. It's very entertaining. But it removes defense or remove special teams it really screws with your over unders, and it could go on forever. It's fun. But it's not football. I am not a believer. That over time needs to be fair fares for regulation overtime is for finding a winner because ties suck. There's still a lot of value placed on the coin flip. I saw an odds maker on Twitter say that when regulation ended the chiefs were a minus one thirty favorite before the coin flip, and there are a minus one forty underdog after the coin flip. So that's a huge swing off a coin flip. But you know, what? There's going foot. It should swing it somewhat significantly. And it used to be you win. A coin flip you go down kick a field goal games over now. At least you got to score a touchdown. And I think there's a real argument to be made. If you can't stop the other team from scoring a touchdown in overtime. You've already had sixty minutes to win. Then the other team gets the ball. Then you can't stop them from scoring a touchdown. He deserve to lose. I got no problem with the overtime rules because you either score a touchdown and you win or each team gets the ball. However. They've tinkered with it to get to this point. So if someone had a better solution I'd be open to it. I saw someone online say something today that I thought was kind of funny it'll never happen. But it would be you send out right, Pat, Mahomes and Tom Brady at the start of overtime. And each one has a sheet of paper. And they give it to the ref and that's the yardage marker were they were willing to start with the ball and whoever's willing to start with the ball furthest away from the end zone. They get the ball. So if the patriots come out and say twenty five yard line what it would be for a touchback. And Andy Reid comes out and says in order to get the ball. I'll start with it at the ten yard line. Okay. Cheese, paul. And then if the patriots stop them patriots get better field position. It's kind of funny. It'll never happen. And then what happens if both teams say they'll start with it at the one yard line. I don't have a solution for it. The point is there's nothing perfect with the overtime. And there doesn't need to be. Basketballs overtime is perfect. You know, why? Because they keep playing basketball, but you can't do that. And when I mean, they keep playing basketball is they don't change anything. They used at five minutes. It's still five on five everything carries over fouls carry over and you just keep playing the game. But basketball doesn't have the injury rate that football does you gotta have something finite with football hockey. They take another guy off the ice. And it's weird and gimmicky and up and down and soccer. You have shootouts baseball big games. Go on forever. It's it's not perfect. But I don't think that over time needs to be fair. So I think that it's better than college. I think it's better than most. I think it's better than it was if you could tell me something that would make this five percent better. Cool but should the chiefs really had the opportunity to answer that touchdown. The patriots won the toss. And drove right down the field and scored a touchdown. I didn't think it was that egregious. Eight five five two one two four CBS. I really appreciate everybody calling in and hold in. We'll try to. Streamed through some of these calls real quick, Jeff in FOX lake Illinois is on The Danny Parkin show. Jeff thanks for calling daily actually caused by four segments. Go to speak about the officiating. But. Just going backwards here. Everything you've said. Let's just talk with entertainment value of the NFL this year. Best I've seen ever. And I agree with you about Tony Romo. He's going to be a five star broadcaster. That was an excellent broadcast tonight. Eric can put them up against the summer and Mantelet. She probably too young for. I do like Chris Collins worth to. During Glenville your play too young for that. But. Robo number four, I know Summerall he's in his second year in the booth and he's already a number four for you. That's pretty good. Pretty good. Overtime rules. I agree with you. I'm open to anything to change. How it is. Now, stab perfect. But it's not the worst either. What would be better? Let's go back to where you're talking about. How you cheer for greatness, which I also cheer for even though our love it bears are out of it. Brady you got to think about greatness. Ballot check. But then you gotta do chicken. What about Chuck Nolan and Terry Bradshaw? Four. No perfect. No losses Bill wash. And okay. Here's the thing. Jeff, I never got this. Why why are losses in championship games held against great players are great teams? Like, what would it be better? If the patriots were undefeated in the Super Bowl like the so they're five and three and Super Bowls right now. Would it be better if they were five and Super Bowls, but then had lost those AFC championship games instead of one? I never understand. Why lebron? Committed against sense that the greatest championship team of all time was Michael Jordan bulls because they went six and no losses. They were. They were digging them does show, but he lost an and listen, I'm a Jordan guy. But do you think that he would have rather been six and one in the finals but had gotten to the finals when they lost to the magic or when they lost to the pistons like I think he would have been because he would have won the east, and he would have won more. Why does Jordan get credit for losing earlier in the playoffs? They were asking him the greatest dynasty. They were talking about double-check Tom Brady the dynasty, right? Well, Tom Brady at Don. Check. I've lost a few title games. Do you understand my question? I did not. Here's my question. Michael Jordan is six zero right? Jordan six sixth time in the finals. Lebron is what three and six all time in the finals. So people were saying, wow, Jordan, better than LeBron or your case. Chuck Nolan Terry Bradshaw. Four. No. Would you rather go to four Super Bowls and Ryan four Super Bowls or rather go to nine Super Bowls win? Right. That's a great question. Danny. Wow. I can't answer that. See I see and I can thank thank you for the call. Jeff. I'd rather go more because what you're saying is is that Jordan should get credit for losing in the Eastern Conference finals to the pistons. How is that more impressive than if he would have beaten the pistons, but then lost to the Lakers and the championship? That is that always nonsense to me 'cause haters are going to come out and say, you know, Tom Brady, he has the most Super Bowl losses ever. And if you lose this one he'll have that record alone. So he's the he's the losing a Super Bowl quarterback ever. That's so stupid. Finals appearances are better than conference championship game losses that should be an obvious point. We all should understand that. It's like I also think that in the playoff win loss record teams that have buys should get credit for wildcard wins. Because they didn't even have to play in the game. They play in a tougher round against the better team that just won. But they advanced further. So I just I think it's so silly. But I don't think that's a hard question at all. Now Jordan's got six rings, LeBron has three LeBron's been the more. I think that you gotta count way more than just rings in the greatest of all time argument. But. That's why that's the debate. Because he doesn't have the number of rings. Okay. I get it. But no one you can't convince me that will lebrons legacy would have been would LeBron's legacy better. If he would only have three rings. Us three in the NBA finals. Serious question is LeBron's legacy better. If he's three now in the NBA finals, but he lost to the Celtics. He lost to the raptors. And he lost to the pistons. And he lost to other teams in the Eastern Conference playoffs. A lot of people evidently would say yes because you would be undefeated in the finals, but I think that's patently absurd. Of course, you want to make it to the championship. So Brady and Val Jack being in their ninth Super Bowl ever is insane. They're.

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"bill wash" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"He's not as athletic rushed about anybody in the locker room. Right, right. He just knows how to throw a football and play quarterback at the highest level. And he's going to be clutch. And that's that's my deciding factor here over LT or Jerry Rice, do people lucite, I think they just get sick and tired of Tom Brady. But I keep saying he's the clutch-est performer we've ever seen in any sport. And you know, how big Michael Jordan fan? I am Tom Shas had so many more chances to be clutch. And nearly every time he comes up all time. What did he do led the game winning drive against the Saint Louis Rams in first SuperBowl seconds ruled game winning field goal drives? But he led. It he marched him down the field to beat the Carolina Panthers. And then he led the game winning drive with two minutes to go against ally. And you know, the rest of the story, but he did what he was supposed to do to put them ahead. Fourteen to ten and then we come to Seattle. That's the legion of boom. It's one hundred twenty four yards passing in the fourth quarter and two touchdowns and save bell. Check that day because bell chat couldn't stop Russell Wilson. Right. Until you you you say Russell p Carol stop the Seahawks. But still Brady was sensational that game, then he he digs bell check out of twenty eight to three hole against the land in the Super Bowl by throwing for two forty six in the fourth quarter and overtime that's off the charts. Then at least he applied deodorant to the stinker that bell. Check gave us in the Super Bowl last year. Forty one points to Nick foles because he threw Brady did for five. Oh five. That's the most yards ever thrown four in any playoff game in the history of the league. And it was by Tom Brady in a Super Bowl loss, but he hung thirty three back on film. The thing is that players, and they watch a lot of players, but they really watched a quarterback because they want to see if he's updated wanna see if he's in with them. Or is he stand alone? I'm the quarterback more people talk about me. So they watch that. And I'm sure the players in that locker room, they watch Tom, and they see that he's genuine. He's not standoff. He doesn't think. Well, I'm Tom Brady. You a I I mean, you're a first year player or a scout team player. He treats everybody the same. And that's John wooden. John was a guy. And like I said I wasn't in didn't play for fifteen different teams or ten different team. So I can't tell you how the quarterbacks, but I'm telling you how John was and how it resonated throughout the locker room and guys the same way. Tom the guys run through a wall for Tom Brady because they know he would do the exact same thing. We'll be back through. Yeah. That's right. Jau back to coach bell. Check. What is Robert Kraft can say when he gets asked what he goes about Brady. Oh, that's so odd odd has Bill bell. Check of the last four years lived up to the praise that you heap on the go to Holo Tom Brady fubo last four years Cohen military one little boat. So you can't have one without the how good was the defense and those Super Bowls Google it. Yeah. Like twenty eight to three and they let him go another point. All right. So I love Bill Walsh. I knew him very well very close to him. But to me what he did he hand picked Joe Montana. And again Bill did not hand pick Tom Brady to be the next court. He did that what ray-ban was the guy who was question. If Kotwal Joe Montana was so great why not take him in the first round. Why wait till the third because he didn't think anybody new Joe Montana was he didn't think anybody was even remotely interest. Jake's stock my covers because I don't think I know who radio, you know, he gets all this other stuff. So you talked I talked to Bill wash invented an offense for Joe Montana. Then he hand picked every player on both sides of the ball including loading defense. That was to me the best defense for about seven eight years in a row in pro football. And it was a defense that he gifted to George Siefert then kept. Oh, yeah..

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"bill wash" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"So so we we wanted the game went to Miami. And we're underdogs with into the last three minutes left in the game. And Joe Montana worked his magic all the way down the field with with two minutes. Three minutes left. The game. We marched about eighty yards down the field. We score in one and one Super Bowl Super Bowl Twenty-three. We took we want it. That's so cool. When you look back at Joe, Montana. What what made him great? Well, I think. You know, he was just a quiet leader. He wasn't one guy that liked to talk. But when he talked he was like, you know, e f Hutton everyone. Listen, man. Yeah. Exactly. But he was a quiet guy. And he worked his butt off. Like, you know, we all work. We all work ethics is all about work. Ethics. That's how I would run eighty yards. Every time I touch the ball and practice. I don't care was a routine pass five yard pass. I'm taking eighty yards. You know, if it just routine run, I'm running eighty yards. I wanted to make a a habit because if I got in the game I wanted to be a habit that you know, as normal that that I do this every day in practice. So Joe worked hard, Jerry, Ronnie, you know, go on and on all the guys mandate. They just they they they have great work ethics. And and that's what really helped us be, you know, figure out you know, what what kind of players that. We're going to be in life after football. You know, 'cause you know, a lot of a lot of my teammates and very successful. Absolutely. Joe Joe Montana has the private equity running lots of young has a big private equity. You know, h g g just Google it up HDD DC, and I work for a software company. Typical for twenty years. I'm a business development and what by president of business development. You know, 'cause I worked for I can't I started off in marketing to sales to the vice president. Business development, and and just taking it to another level and just having fun. You know, enjoying doing things for for our team, you know, and and our customers, and and you know, we understand a lot of it's all about, you know, understanding what your rose are. And and understanding culture, you know, that you built, you know, and and we have a great CEO Murray roads for twenty six years. I've known him for twenty years, you know, and and Murray has done a great job is showing leadership. And and because he's been through it all he's been a CIO CFO you name it. He he he's been through it all the way to see. Oh, so he understands the culture very well. And and our our team does. So I mean, so that's how we built, you know, our our our our our culture with with the forty Niners back in the day. You know, and and and you know, whoever came to our team they had to adapt to how we played the game. Not how they wanna play the game. It's a team thing. You know? It's all about the team at the end of the day. You know? And so, you know, it's not about you. And and it was so quick. It's really funny. Some one of my sales guys, you know, he wanted us to war. You know, he had the most revenue and everything and one of the things he said was you know, it's not about me. It's about my team the ingineers. I'm like, oh my gosh. I teared up got out. After I spoke to them, give them a hug, man that thousand awesome things you say in touch me max, that's how I think. That's when when you look at businesses like a team, if you've got people working in silos where the sales guys are not talking to the biz Dev. And the the biz Dev guys aren't talking to programs, and you've got you've got integrate. Everybody's gotta work together. Integrate, and you have to, you know, be on one page man, you know, and and be one heartbeat. That's that's that's that's the key. You know? And and and and give engineers they're just do because the engineers opened up host for ourselves guys. Look pretty stage with all that revenue. You know, basically like the offensive line. They make the office. They make the running backs. Look good. I mean, they make the quarterbacks look good. You know, you know, so give them they're that. They're just do. And I used to take all my lineman's out to dinner, you know, every Monday. And then and if I made all pro guess what I buy them a gift, you know. Gasman wanted to give site bottom was John errors. And all those guys. They love to go hunting, very, you know. So I bought him brownie satori, shotguns, fourteen carat go over under, you know, as collective idle because worth over a hundred something thousand dollars right now. I I did my research when there's something really special and I put a play. I put this displayed on there saying thank you for helping me Rushworth thousand yards receive for thousand yards in the same season. Put that little play plaque on there. So it's really cool, man. So Bill Walsh. Obviously, I read a lot about him when he was a assistant at Cincinnati with palm around, you know, they basically the he created that what now is called the west coast also offense, really because league is running our system, exactly. He created because he had a quarterback Vince Carter couldn't throw very far, but you throw accurately so he's like no running backs and no line. It was like, hey, let's just throw short and that led to him coming to San Francisco rating system there. What was it about him that made him the the legend that he became well, you know, he he just he had a system that he that Iran? And and he and he was tough man was a he he wasn't. He didn't take any crap from any player. You know, we the players respected him. Trust me. No, you never talk back to Bill wash and Bill wash created this culture that a lot of teams are benefiting throughout the league right today. The millennium Tom Brady is definitely use our system into it to another level. You know, the west coast offense that he's been well he's played in eighth Super Bowls and about twenty playoffs. This guy's amazing. But you know, the west coast offense wins championships. Drew, drew drew Brees one with it. Yeah. Tom Brady where west the guy the quarterback for the Rams back in the day. Oh, you mean the quarterback now? No, no, no. No, no. But now before Jared Goff. Oh my gosh. I'm going to blink. Mattie, Ryan's guys run run run our system. I too busy. All these guys around. Everybody's. Rogers. All those guys. They all right. Everyone runs the west coast offense. They west coast offense wins championships. You know, and you know, by you know, by by using that that means your team has to be unselfish. You know, they they got to be able to you know, be one heartbeat. You know, that's the only way west coast offense work because being one heartbeat after the break more with three times Super Bowl champion, Mr. Roger crack. It's where the conversation begins. 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"bill wash" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on Get Up!

"Save my comments until the conclusion of the list number four, we're going. Marv Levy Jim Kelly, despite the fact that they never won a Super Bowl winning four in a row or getting to this role. Four times in a row is impressive. As anything. You'll see. It's very difficult to do this tandem, very special awesome. Go back to the eighties, which I know you appreciate we're going to go back a little further than the eighties to the seventies. Now with Chuck knoll and Terry Bradshaw now, I was a little bit hesitant to push them up here because I don't really think very they got a lot of support from a ton of hall of famers on that offense and one of the most ridicu-. Defenses all the time. But they did win four Super Bowls together. Despite the fact that I don't think about them entertained them not to think about that team. But they want possibles all time. So that deserves to get you on the list. Number two. I'm going to go with Bill wash Bill Walsh and Joe Montana. Yeah. I think this is stuff explanatory. They were revolutionary to the way. Modern football is played the way they set up that organization going forward in the future to set them up to win more symbols. And you'd think about Bill Walsh coaching tree. It might be the most prolific in NFL history. And that's including the next guy on the list, which is Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. Now, this I think you're gonna agree with you on this. And no one can argue with this day have been historically great twenty-seven postseason wins, which is the most for any head coach quarterback duo and Super Bowl into simple era. No tandem has more than fourteen and they have five Super Bowl wins. Which is the most of any tandem also. So that's obviously number one. But the most important one is this one right here. This is the one that earns me all the credit because I'm smart, no one else is saying this. Because no one else knows. I'm right. Don't you have your balance to come over here? Thanks first of all aggravated ballot. Check looks in that picture. They chose. Is. There anyone else? Find that. Funny. Can we get a close up look on ballots fix fate? Just makes me like him the number one coach quarterback combo of all time. And he just looks angry which I think is fully fully appropriate. That was probably the ten seconds after they won the Super Bowl. Okay, damian. I'm just going to let you have at it. I because I'm almost speechless at number five. It's right host. We decide who we decide who the best quarterback coaches on by what they do in the postseason. They have the fourth most postseason victories of anyone all talk in a Super Bowl champion shit. Yeah. They also came around in an era where they played a lot more playoff games than they used to. That's not I have so much respect. What are the road fouled on? I've so much respect for you. Putting Levy and Kelly on there, which did not think people would think of which I think is a great pick..

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Big Game memories: 25 years later, Cals Lindsey Chapman recalls 4-TD day

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

04:18 min | 2 years ago

Big Game memories: 25 years later, Cals Lindsey Chapman recalls 4-TD day

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Big-game memories. Twenty five years later. Cows Lindsay Chapman recalls four touchdown day by Steve kroner from sports to running back. Share the Cal record for touchdowns and big game with four Chuck Muncie. Did I and the bears forty eight to fifteen route at Stanford Stadium in nineteen seventy five the following year New Orleans selected Muncie with the third overall pick in the NFL draft he wound up spending nine seasons in the NFL. The man who tied his big game. Mark Lindsay Chapman didn't play a down in the NFL. But on a nineteen Ninety-three Saturday afternoon at Stanford Chapman put his name next two. As in the Cal record book Chapman carried twenty eight times for one hundred forty one yards and scored a TD in each quarter as the bears waltz to a forty six to seventeen victory. Cow had gone six seasons. Five losses and the final tie in the nineteen nineteen and nineteen eighty eight with. Thout holding the axe. That wasn't the only thing fueling Chapman against the cardinal. When asked this week about that victory a quarter century ago Chapman. I referenced the guardsman's luncheon, which took place at San Francisco's firm aunt hotel, the Wednesday before the game, the annual charity event brought together the head coach and a few players from each school MC, Bob Sarlat. A Cal alum typically took good natured digs at both teams. Chapman was one of the players representing Cal. And he admits heat didn't realize the luncheon was something of a roast still he thought Sarlat and Stanford head coach Bill wash went too far in maligning the bears one wash line. He said he didn't understand all the hoopla about the acts and that Cal can always go out and buy one, I left there pretty heated. I left that luncheon very very upset. It kind of set the tone Chapman said two years earlier Chapman said he and his teammates felt the same type of disrespect before they met. Clemson in the Citrus Bowl. He said the Tigers didn't feel that we were good enough opponent. Cal was good enough to beat Clemson thirty seven to thirteen I felt that same irritation. When I went at lunch and Chapman said and they were talking about us like that. And like, we weren't even in the room. So that was the fuel that fired at all the night before the big game. The bears were out there Palo Alto hotel. Chapman remembers go into a players only meeting and telling some of the bears offensive linemen that they didn't need to block their men. The next day. They simply had to get in front of them Chapman recalled saying because all you guys in here. I'm gonna put you on my back, and I'm going to carry us to the promised land. I promise you that promise kept Chapman scored his first touchdown on seventeen yard pass from quarterback. Dave barr. Chapman's final three TD's came on runs. After scoring the first touchdown second. Touchdown third. Touchdown. And even the fourth Chapman said, I just had a whole lot of pent-up anger inside of me. Thanks to Bill wash. I really really really wanted to make sure that we brought the axe back. Cal got the axe and Chapman got a different type of. Veneer that he's kept for twenty five years chunks of the Stanford Stadium field that he put in a plastic bag. He had grabbed those chunks in the bears postgame celebration the locker room was just effervescent Chapman recalls. Everybody was just hugging. All over each other. Dear Slater Chapman, got to meet Muncie. Their connection went beyond the cow, backfield Chapman grew up in Louisiana and was a fan of the saints. It was special to me to actually get a chance to meet him being a part of a cow family Chapman said Muncie died at the age of sixty in twenty thirteen Chapman lives in Oakland and works as the northern California regional safety manager for helix electric. He also coached running backs at Chevy college for the past four seasons. The victory over Stanford in ninety three gave Cal seven two four record the bears finished nine two four as they won forty two to eighteen at Hawaii the Saturday after the big game. And then humbled Iowa thirty seven to three in the inaugural. Alamo bowl Chapman. Ran for one thousand. Thirty seven yards that season. And by the way, he also scored four TD's in that victory in Honolulu.

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"bill wash" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"House. Panic room. That's it. She's an been some good movie she'd been bad ones, but she's been some good ones to tripping off when I saw that was a trip. I can't believe you did not know just this movie. Is it teaches you the first time for me at least when you know, big girls need love. Super Bowl fifty two and a half tonight at the Coliseum nine one against nine in one offense against offense and snarly early against cream. Hot entire kill and Mahomes. Traffic. Travis kelsey. Switch up when you little bit. Always do things ofensive -ly who could star for who. Yeah. I I know that game. Off its let's clearly on defense aside. We know Kelsey is a no brainer. He's star for the ramp. Yeah. Girlies a no-brainer. You would take Kareem hunt before Todd Gurley. Stop playing. Aching gap. Is he's making one composite team out of both of these teams. So you're taking the best player each position in the early garlic. Yeah. Right. Okay. You're taking never one ride receiver who you taken. I'm going to a number one. Yeah. 'cause we we gotta take three of them. So you take cooks. Yeah. Okay. Second guy, you take dire. Kill second guy will take Luke probably be woods. Okay. There's two ran than hill. Okay. So you got to Rams and a chief in the water. So you're three wide receivers quarterback. Take him home. Yeah. Probably taking probably it's it's close. But yeah. Are we doing individual offense of wine or we office align grew at a group? I take the ramps probably take. Tied in Kelsey. Yes. You take off line you taking the Rams. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. D line taking the ramps down. Right corker seems corners or secondary the corners. Then I'm gonna probably. On with cinema, take Casey corner. Okay. And then safeties probably going to split them. Okay. One on strong free. Misspoke. One special teams ramps. He'll special teams unit. Punter kicker. Okay. Linebacker says ceiling we haven't done chiefs chiefs, right? That we said the Rams more often than we said the head coach take Andy Reid. I don't know about that. I'm taking McVeigh. You have seen Andy Reid. Try to manage the clock in the last couple of minutes game right now have have seen him in the playoffs. Every bit of a quarterback whisperer does. He just. The out the league. The candidates say in journalism school small sample size. I've seen Andy Reid you'll where multiple that's in math class. I see you. Well. Multiple multiple injected around talking journalism class, they say that sort of thing, you know, when right in little notepads now, but I've seen Andy redo it with multiple quarterbacks changed their entire lifestyles and their family by doing the things taking them off to streets and turn them into successful. I will say this that Andy Reid one had the vision into had the intestinal fortitude to get rid of Alex Smith who's a very capable in phil- quarterback. It will go with a guy that had one career start. And just I mean, you don't you don't see guys cut loose. I don't know. It'd be my draft to draft. Right to get to get them. Yeah. So I'm Pat myself on the back. Okay, unusual. Yes. It certainly is interview Patrick Mahomes last week and has been running all week long all weekend whatnot of sports centres Sanada running give ran yesterday on countdown run again tonight on countdown. So I'm doing the game. Whatever the case is one of the things that are talked to him about was when I saw him in college at Texas Tech. Another air raid quarterback that throws the ball a lot. Okay. Good. He'll be in the fifth round. Whatever. Andy Reid saw something in him. The know when there's other people that didn't they didn't think that magic Mahomes was going to come out to be what he is. Go was arm. Strength was an intellectual. Talk about that too. And actually reminded me of you. He just something about the way. Andy Reid coaches quarterbacks in been arou- quarterbacks. And he learned he learned a lot of under Mike homeroom. You know, they learned a lot onto Bill wash. So became one of those fascinating things. So we we had a conversation about how he was discovered. How Andy Reid took a chance on him after letting Alex Smith go with a guy like you say and had one start at the end of the season. You you mentioned Alex Smith. Just often case career ender. Yeah. And the injury thirty three thirty four and that injury was just awful..

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"bill wash" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on The NFL Show

"You know, they're the run pass ratio in the second half is pretty much their yards per play. You know last year. I mean, the chiefs are at six nine five. The Rams are number two. It's six nine one last year. The Rams are only five seven eight and the chiefs for six zero. So the Rams have made a huge jump in yards per play. Even though people have studied their offense. They still can't stop it. And I think this game was going to come down to what red zone def- offense plays the best. You know Rams are bad on red zone. Third downs. They're the worst team in the NFL. They've had eight attempts. That's a second most red zone the tempts on third down in the league. And yet they've only converted seven of 'em. Can you imagine how many points they would score if they converted more of those? So anyway, I think the chiefs have played better defensive the last four weeks only one team has gained over four hundred yards against him in the last week, which is saying something two of those teams gained under three hundred yards. Cincinnati and Arizona not society used to be a good offense that anymore, but I can't. The city is going to be tough to play. I think they can make some place. I just know this Goth is much better at home than he is on the road. I think of this game was a Mexico City. I would have favored I would have favored Kansas City, but Goth at home. He average is ten point two yards per attempt on the road. He averages eight five so that's significant. So I'm gonna go with the Rams here. I think that's a good pick. And I will say this is a nice little tidbit is due to scheduling snafu. But the last time that the Rams played and the Countess calcium moment and football was nineteen Seventy-nine. They made to the Super Bowl that you're Lombardi. So. Always always had those little nuggets. I love it they go. So if you believe in history repeating itself, there's a chance that the Los Angeles. Rams. They may not win this Monday night. But there's a chance there's a path to the Super Bowl. So LA fans will be very excited to hear that. I'm sure anything else we can week eleven we should keep an eye on a couple of headlines. I was so people are talking about lady on bell his locker getting rated him not playing this season. But I think we're we're we've talked about that ad nauseam at this point in. You know what I mean? Nobody's you know. It's just to me. It's dead story. Move onto size as Parcells would say, you know, the dogs dead quick kicking it go to the next one. Did you also see Bill Parcells came out and said the forty Niners the Bill wash cheated during the nineteen eighty-five playoff matchup that he sabotaged headset. I didn't see that. No. I gotta go read that on dot com. Yeah. We got we got beat in eighty. No that game. Was that game was the year? We went to Super Bowl playoff eighty-five playoff game. Yes. Yeah. We beat them there. Candlestick. They came back and got us next year. So I don't think it really had anything to do with it. I gotta go read their quotes. You gotta go read that he said that he told Wathba in warm ups he said, if you pull the same shit you pulled last year, I'm going to expose you. I'm going to I'm going to tell the league about it. So Bill Parcells coming out thrown shots Bill. I like that builders Bill a lot of bills out there taking on each other. You know, maybe we need another documentary builders Bill like the bell check with Bill wash. And Bill Parcells talking about this story. We can we can get you Lombardi to speak for that. If that happened they go they go that works out. This has been another addition GM street, we got the five games ready. We will be back on Tuesday to break it all down in week eleven and we will see who are the real contenders. Who were the pretenders and all things NFL the Sunday. I'll see you on Tuesday Lombardi, thanks day. Frazier. Whether you're an expert or rookie used to be betting at my bookie football season. If you liked about a little and went a lot you can create a big parlay shout out to the parlay kid three teams to win. If you hit all three concern, one hundred dollars six hundred dollars that.

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Scott Frost debuts at Nebraska against Colorado

Murph and Mac

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Scott Frost debuts at Nebraska against Colorado

"But what do you expect from frost in Nebraska today that really the first game? We all know, we've seen Scott frost. It is different stops. He knows how to coach offense. He's he's gonna make point. He's going to get points. And I think you've seen the running of the quarterbacks got to be part of that mix. I'm very true freshman quarterback. Adrian, Martinez cat is very good. And I think he's got a bright future Kirk. But the one thing I'm looking at with them is how much can you run them because Gabby as soon as he found out that the freshman Martinez was gonna start he transfers. And so are you going to run your quarterback a lot to win ballgames that you need to win? 'cause they're going to need to do that. How much is that balance? How delicate is that's gonna be a challenge for Scott frost? His is is what it is going to have to do it. Big part of what he wants to do. I can't wait to watch the true freshman. I I really think the story could be on the other side of the ball. They're going to win this game. We saw just saw some highlights and the throwbacks in the nineties. It was the defense in those years. They're going to be challenged at home. Today. Steven Montas last week he missed three passes twenty to twenty five and Colorado state. I don't care if it's against the air twenty two or twenty five got some good athletes coming in from the pack twelve they were down last last year. I think they're back. This is this is an opportunity for C you to send a message to everybody that they can play this year in the Pac twelve was impressive completed. His first will get the office. We'll get back to Scott frost impresses me about Scott, the coaches who influenced his life his coaching career. I mean, he was at Stanford Bill wash. It was obviously Nebraska Tom Osborne in the NFL, Bill Belichick. Bill Parcells Mike Tomlin. They don't forget at Oregon chip Kelly. He brings that toughness. But he also brings their creativity on office. You talk about Martinez. He actually compared Martinez. Marcus mariota who was on a playoff team at Oregon. That's a huge compliment to compare him to Mario the Heisman. Scott frost is going to win a boat load of games at Nebraska. But one of them's not going to

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"bill wash" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"On ESPN radio. We'll get to some Richie incognito news. Just a second here. Thanks, we'll came for joining us earlier. Mike, Cleveland Browns. It appears that Baker Mayfield will not be the starting quarterback. You're a Browns fan. They're gonna go with tyrod Taylor. What are your feelings on that? Because it's been interesting to see these quarterbacks play in the preseason just a preseason, but rose in his head moments, Josh Allen, I think Josh Allen might be the best of all of them. I really do. I know Mel kiper screaming from the rooftops don't start Josh Allen week what? I don't know why melt care so much. Who cares start, Josh Allen. But the Browns it appears they're going to go with tyrod Taylor, which I happen to think is the right choice for the Cleveland Browns. What are your thoughts there Taylor's looked really good bakers looked really impressive. I'm of the school thought that the Bill wash school of thought where you throw the guy out there and you have them learn early, but the Browns have seen a lot of young quarterbacks go out there that weren't ready and they struggled with their confidence and they were all of a sudden on a really bad team and they had no shot of hitting their stride. I think this is a different situation not only because of the talent level, but the maturity level in terms of knowing the playbook and how comfortable Baker Mayfield is in the offense. But I think what you're seeing here even though tyrod Taylor's played very well in the preseason, and by all accounts in training camp has been every bit the leader that he was reputed to be. I think this is a move really to save Hugh Jackson's job because you have coach. That's one one game in two seasons and can't get off to an Owen three sort..

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"bill wash" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"ESPN radio. We'll get to some Richie incognito news it just a second here. Thanks, we'll came for joining us earlier. Mike, Cleveland Browns. It appears that Baker Mayfield will not be the starting quarterback. You're a Browns fan. They're gonna go with tyrod Taylor. What are your feelings on that? Because it's been interesting to see these quarterbacks play in the preseason just a preseason, but rose in his head moments, Josh Allen, I think Josh Allen might be the best of all of them. I really do. I know Mel kiper screaming from the rooftops don't start Josh Allen week what? I don't know why melt care so much who cares? Star, Josh Allen. But the Browns it appears they're going to go with tyrod Taylor, which I happen to think is the right choice for the Cleveland Browns. What are your thoughts there mean? Taylor's looked really good bakers looked really impressive. I'm of the school thought that the Bill wash school of thought where you throw the guy out there and you have them learn early, but the Browns have seen a lot of young quarterbacks go out there that weren't ready and they struggled with their confidence and they were all of a sudden on a really bad team and they had no shot of hitting their stride. I think this is a different situation not only because of the talent level, but the maturity level in terms of knowing the playbook and how comfortable Baker Mayfield is in the offense. But I think what you're seeing here even though tyrod Taylor's played very well in the preseason, and by all accounts in training camp has been every bit the leader that he was reputed to be. I think this is a move really to save Hugh Jackson's job because you have coach. That's one one game in two seasons and can't get off to an Owen three sort..

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"bill wash" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Sing along. Exactly. A little group or these Jim over here was like go to say, hey, where some very light not. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. There was like Toda sea Barry, white. I'm with you. I'm with those. She come in the door, you play. So you have some fun, you know, and then they have no idea what's going on. The use force trick wanting to. I don't put up the force, nobody thought you say like that. No, they won't see a comment that she said that's a little bit of coming because you dare you crapping drink drinking body. Next, you know you dancing together and you pop it in locking, and then all of a sudden you lock it? Yeah. Oh, he's trapped? Yes. I so the raiders key. There's some good news and some bad news. Martavis Bryant is struggling to pick up John gruden's playbook former raiders wide receiver. James Jones said he's not picking up the playbook, and that's the reason of a little frustration right now because they want him to get out on the field, but he's not able to grasp the playbook yet. So that's the bad will tackle that. How difficult is it to go from one style of offense? For example, he was with the Steelers for very, very long time to then go to John gruden's west cove. Is that a difficult transition? I mean, I don't know. How do football IQ. Right? It'd be honest with you. So I really kit here. Will that too, but I really can't say I've been in multiple offenses had no issues at all play multiple positions. The one thing I can surely tell you is that what people will say about the west coast offense is that it's very difficult to grass in a pickup because his long and it's worthy wordy and it's lengthy and it's, you know, and so is a lot of different formations shifts and things of that nature. Yeah, to me is simple and easy. I mean, it doesn't okay. Pick it up in two days. It's not that difficult, but they really sale. The difficulty of the west coast coaches will try to sell it. They want to, they want you to really believe that this is very difficult because the words are using the. Yeah, they won't. You Fraser's. And they want you to just came all the way from the Bill wash air in. It's been all those guys coached the same to the degree that Bill wash create an in store and it. So all of them just use us same philosophy and style that it's that difficult now, whereas it is not that damn difficult. Why does it seem to be easier for QB of picking up than other position players was not easy for you to pick it up according to some coaches coaches until you the QB's can't grasp. That's why a lot of the west coast offense is the quarterbacks or there forever there forever. Whether it's a Matt Ryan, where the drew Brees they don't. They don't. Route move around and rotate like that. If you look at John gruden's tenure into Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he had a number of quarterbacks. None of the quarterbacks will particularly good. It wasn't that they can pick up the system, Jeff Garcia played in the west coast system, but Philadelphia and San Francisco under mayor, you Chee Annan to Andy Reid. So he already knew all the principles in concepts of the west coast of he just wasn't any good anymore. So you know, so you go through to that quarterback carousel, but it's not as difficult as people try to make it out to be. Now. Allegedly, you tell me not because I don't do it when you smoke those things, those cigarettes, marijuana, wanna. Yeah, that that stuff. Well does something to me. It does something to your your brain cells and slows you down. Right, see, but that's why he needs to smoke. CBD should have partaken in national CBD day because it could help them focus more as opposed to the THC. It is different kind, which is psychoactive..

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"bill wash" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on The NFL Show

"You're, you're just you're just basically showcasing what these these great leaders like Bill wash now Davison Bill Belichick and all these people that you've been around have done. You know what I mean? You're just you're basically met with huge doing, isn't gonna cut it like you can't do that. And so basically they wanna be tougher team. Well, the only way you can be tougher team is to practice when it's har- when you can get toughness, you can't just, you just can't turn a toughness which on in your body, you just can't make it happen, you know. And you wonder why guys? And I've never seen guys have more. Like more comfortable than ever like the one thing you should be that camp is uncomfortable. We'll talk about I, it's very comfortable with that camp. He came in with a camper. They have the quarterback room. We saw John Dorsey when when he gets the deal done and gets Baker Mayfield sign, of course, number one picking NFL draft this year. You know, I, it's all hugs and celebrations, and Baker saying the right things to the media. He's not here to be a backup. Even though tyrod has already gotten the nod, you know, from Hugh Jackson to be the number one guy, but we will. We have this interesting moment between Hewage. I think this was actually one of the best moments right for Hugh Jackson and this episode as far as being a coach and trying to motivate a guy to do something and take the next step. He's talking to his number one, pick Baker Mayfield, and we'll play that clip right now. Up my son. I guess that's what you said. When you said different, I tried to tell you and what time of, you know when they get up. No, no, no. What time you come over sir? Try and get four. Okay. Do you ever come in with your boy. He doesn't. He doesn't go to work. Where's your on? Jolo workout in the morning, start starting your career, how you want. Say it's a competition. Alkin everything. Know how to do why not. Oh, hell. And I liked that. I liked that he doesn't know how to do it. He doesn't know how they just admitted. He doesn't know how to do it. Like like to me, you're trying to be the guy friend. They're like Jimmy. Okay. The only I can compare it to his Jimmy Garoppolo. You didn't have to tell Jimmy Garoppolo to get an early. He saw Tom Brady get an early one day. That was the end of it. He was coming in early like he was competing with that conversation tells you is Baker mayfield's out. He's got his hand out. He expects it. He feels entitled and see this is the real problem you have when you take over a team, it's never won the high price guys are all rookies. Okay. She got no leadership to really establish the culture you wanna put in place and we have no way of getting them to buy it. And then you get a guy like this like that conversation should have been, hey, may feel your ass. Don't get in here by five thirty in the morning. You'll be third on the depth chart and the story. That's the only knock that I have on on the way tiptoed around it. You know what I mean? It wasn't a, it wasn't aggressive. It wasn't a direct address. You know? It's like when you come in about and then bigger gives the. Answer about two hours before everybody else, even though he said he was laid this morning, and then when you get pushed back, he was almost shocked by because I think huge has been so nice to him the entire time. You know, he was kinda like, like, what? What do you mean? And And then. then he was like. Conversation with Bela check. It would have gone like this. Like what? Bella check. The first question Bill check would ask when he asked, what time did you get into Bella check a would've known. What time do you usually get in? He would've known like he would've been like it would have been over with like, look your ass. Don't show up your third on the depth chart. Like we're not..

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"bill wash" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"bill wash" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"That the rest of the world knows but now it's really been just, flailing for what seems like years and years and years and they've. Really struggled and it's probably because they. Just have not found what is it that we are in there Trying to be a little bit of everything and so I guess that long, winded answer tells me would would say that when you find a CEO who understands the focus of where they, need to move the company if if, they really have a good plan and can execute on that plan that stocks gonna, do much better into, the, future and if there's not a. Great plan working forward and how are we going to grow and what's our next step and there's not. A strategy there then that's a problem and they're. Probably, gonna suffer the exact same formula you'd use if you sat down to lunch with, the coach or general manager oh absolutely I what give you one more. A good friend of mine actually a. Guy I've gotten to know over the years David Tepper he, had, he owned a piece of the Pittsburgh. Steelers very small piece and he begs the Rooney family to get that piece because. They didn't need the money so he begged up he's a Pittsburgh guy he's he's just, a wonderful guy is. One of the smartest investors on all of Wall Street and David peppers worth it gazillion dollar The times ten and he recently bought the Carolina Panthers and now he's their, owner and he is not satisfied with how things have been going previous to, his you know entering into owning this football team. He is already using everything from the financial world towards the sports world and he's already been there so he's got? The experience side of being a, part of the Pittsburgh Steelers and now he's able to implement not just that but his business you know just expertise beyond and he is going to? Work, that. Team I he alone is one? Reason why I think the. Carolina, Panthers right now are much more interesting than they were under the previous ownership I think his being there and his taking over this, team it's going to change how the general manager does what the contracts and a lot. Of financial aspects of. Who's going to get. What, and how long these contracts are going to be I think that he is going to bring something very very special to that Franchise About, this Keith fine horse to you knew passed away. Recently. Yep In his funeral. And In the in the lobby was was I was waiting to go in with Joe Montana A, pallbearer for close to road that's, pretty cool. But Bill wash was his coach of course, Bill off, turned around San Francisco forty Niners I remember on Monday key said to me? I said what, did, you think of Bill Walsh when you when. You played for him and he said oh I thought he was a great be, bleep he believed that he bleep and then he. Then he held up a sandy goes and he's the reason I got these two rinks my. Point being you can play for someone or work for someone that you don't necessarily like but if, you know they're moving, you? And. Making. You better if you're truly good and your competitive that's what you. Want? Right Yup Yup they don't. Have to, be, your friend and you can appreciate that right. You. Could, just like them it's still no they're moving. In pushing in the right direction absolutely I, I can tell you for an absolute fact I've been on. Teams that have won championships and I've been very? Happy. To be involved with those guys and? Did. We all get along, like best friends Nope would you protect them like a brother absolutely and you know people I don't think people that Have the mentality sometimes that you do have in the. Sports world really fully understand how that really plays? Out. It's hard to explain isn't it but? When..

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Hawaii volcano eruption enters new phase as crater falls quiet

KHNR

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Hawaii volcano eruption enters new phase as crater falls quiet

"News time seven nineteen seventy four degrees in boston are tom stories democrats holding their state convention in worcester today l endorse a candidate take on popular republican governor charlie baker a rainbow flag is raised over boston city hall as city kicks off pride week investigators are using high tech gear to search a springfield home where three bodies have been found it wasn't all that long ago that people joked about the dangers of falling into the polluted charles river yesterday as we hear from wbz's kendall buhl federal officials and local activists celebrated the fact that the river is as clean as it's been in generations retiring chief of the charles river watershed association bob zimmerman couldn't think of a better way to punctuate his press conference on the esplanade than a jump in the charles with his friend bill wash rebound ski of the epa the occasion an a minus for the charles waterquality from the epa not a small thing we consider this to be the front yard of boston and it's used by millions of people each year so the water quality here is of absolute importance savar cry from the neath river got what justin began nineteen ninetyfive it's only the second time these waters have tested so high from the esplanade will be wbz newsradio ten thirty foulness will pay out seventy five thousand dollars to settle the last of the suits filed by residents unhappy with the towns to wind turbines in all the cape cod times reports the town will have paid more than a quarter of a million dollars to settle suits filed by residents who complained about noise and other problems they blamed on the turbines both turbines have been shut down the crater of hawaii's kill away of all keno has been quiet since wednesday but that doesn't mean the dangerous past experts say the volcano has entered a new phase it still using lava and toxic gas through cracks in the ground but scientists say weeks of eruptions have shaken loose tons of rocks from inside the crater that have plugged up the bottom of the vent experts aren't sure what will happen next it's possible new explosions will blast through the rubble at the bottom but it's also possible that the vent is permanently blocked and there won't be any more explosions if you want to buy a pack of cigarettes in new york city it's gonna cost you at least thirteen bucks that's because of a.

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"bill wash" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

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"bill wash" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

"On his shoulder and everything like that and that's what bill did bill when they retire bills tell tom how awesome is and how a primitive is but for now he's the quarterback of the team bill wants to win and he don't give a damn about tom's feelings bill wash wasn't that nice joe montana when they were winning four super bowls either i don't know of joe montana still likes dying i don't think he does so exactly right i mean he got rival parcells and i want to be like why all respect you knew i don't even like bill parcells that much and i didn't even know also do you want to win super bowls or do you want to have a coach that likes guys doing something right exact seniors what this is to me is two things the sports fans at us go that's why bill bella chicks great the humans in us go i know what it's like donald boss doesn't yes she had and so what happens is we kind of empathize more with tom brady the other thing is this because they lost the super bowl and because the major question mark was malcolm butler which tom brady also talked it's we can we can question the decision making bill belichick which then allows all of these players that amendola the bronx brady's to go see he's not perfect he's time and he's not perfect but the true thing is is they almost won the super bowl without malcolm butler they hung up thirty three on the eagles defense was like the number one defense in the in the country so for me i think it's interesting to watch all of these players go man i hate them i hate them i hate them and then when you lose the super bowl they're coming after him the reason i love bill belichick he's not going to be harder on tom brady he's not going to be harder on grunk he's going to be the same guy so i'm glad that all these dudes are getting this out of their system because when they go to training camp you're still running the hill at the end of practice tom he still saying that the highschool quarterback can come in here you are battling a robot and i'll say this now i love doug peterson i would trae doug peterson for bill ballot check in a second because he's the best.

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