17 Burst results for "Bob Greasy"

"bob greasy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Right Friday by to you, By the way, the Miami Dolphins everything they would win. Mohr. They had better colored jerseys. What do you mean? They're the one team that's had the only team in the history of the NFL is an undefeated season and won the Super Bowl with Bob Greasy and Larry's Anca. You bet. Our old. We're going behind enemy lines. I looked up the guy We're talking Teo at 3 30. I think he's like 25, although Bob Griese is in the booth still doing still doing the announcing so All right. So let's get to it. Cross the big news last night. I get a text from Jacob. Which is unusual. Yeah, interrupting my bath. Thanks a lot. Thanks a lot. Ah, the fact that Donald Trump and his lovely, well life 50 years old Um, you were right. Quite taken by that policeman. He's 74. She's 50 is like I thought she was. I mean, she looks great, but I was God's 60 would be received respectively. Would be uncomfortable but 50 years like, Wow, Miles and good for him. Good thing about that hurt her age means that she's not considered to be in any, you know, seriously danger so people are trying to do the old Nazis close to obese. He's 260 some pounds. He's 6 ft three. So that puts him in the body when the body mass, and some people trying to run the numbers on this thing. It's every going to that. You've gone down Teo the racetrack and you see the guy that's got the thing is well. The last three races that ran was suddenly over caches in the mud, trying to figure what the bet is, so people are trying to figure out okay. What are his chances If he gets cove it, okay. He's he's He's been taken over, too. Ah, ah, Walter Reed. And not yet, but that's the big breaking news. Yeah, that he is. Now they have the got the helicopter helicopter. Yeah, out front. He's going to be heading to a Walter Reed any minute now. Yeah, for for a few days, at least of the hospital, which makes it seem a little more serious than makes me comfortable. But He's obviously getting the best. They're the best kind of care. I think John he does fit the category of he's over 65 by almost a decade, and he's he's overweight and that that those are Concerns a 4% chance of dying from it. Well, I would. I would guess he have even less than that. Because isn't that just to sort of the average your average guy his age and was ages. Wait. 4% 96% chance He gets over it. Well, yeah, right now, I don't think anyone's thinking is going to die of this. I mean, that that is the people on the left are certainly things that I'm on the left. Have you see last night? You don't do Twitter well know, so I wouldn't take anything anybody says on social Media seriously. It's not a reflection of our best Selves, and I think it's a reflection of our normal Selves. But anyway, the thing that you do not want to address the fact that a bunch of people are hoping that he dies. And by the way, Twitter just 19 minutes ago, said You can't put that up anymore. If you put that up. We're taking it down to two announcement. No more of that. Good. But now let me get back to the point. So my my my point here is that If he fits the kind of the demographic that we need to be most concerned about. We should and I want to throw in this. The unpredictability of this. Nobody really knows how this particular virus is going to attack an individual. We can only deal in big groups of people. But the reason I just don't even I can't even entertain the thought that something really serious going to happen to him is seriously is like Boris Johnson. The key, though, is that even given his the demographics, he is getting the absolute best kind of care ever. I mean, and that's why I think it put him in. And while they're in hospital, I mean, there's not even any excuse. I mean, he will have the best kind of intervention possible, and I heard this morning on a gener. So they had to Angela Rasmussen, who is the The virologist. They always have on from Columbia University, and she was explaining that there is a chance that he might get this room deserve ear. And we should have Tracy Taylor on with this earlier than most people, But right now they're a kind of hoard The rendez severe more on ly people that are in really bad banks like Tom Hanks. I don't know, but he I don't think he got that because he was the first one. I thought this was something that came up in development. I don't quote me on that you had to save the banks or the president with only one dose of the event is the of the career. Who would you give it to me? Considering telling performance in Philadelphia with that in mind, Okay. 00, Yoho Wars stop. So you would like Tom. Tom, This is serious. I don't know if you would let Tom Hanks die. A supposed to the president? Yes, all right. I mean, the thing is, I would hope Tom Hanks might say that too. The point is when you're the president, it has an impact on so muchmore than just your You know your family circle so absolutely. I'm talking about what I want. The death of Tom Hanks. He has a new movie coming out, doesn't he? I'm Yeah, I'm sure he does. Find every year you have to get another great movie from Except for now, the covert Shut down Hollywood for a while, but he'll be here. He's got a number of movies still did you like Invent toys? Story to justice? The voice, would you? Yes, I love all. All those four toy stories are excellent Master. We're talking about the President's healthier And here you are talking about toys. All right, here comes your as chief of staff. The president. The first lady tested positive. For covert 19. They.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"No a hundred percent It was it was insane. I you know I mean the snow thing is all relative right. I mean like like I like gives you a good example gives gets a lot of attention and all that but I guarantee if we throughout a conversation so the world who is the best. Nfl Coaching Oliseh. Say the Super Bowl era or even if we dial it back to nineteen eighty recent JOE GIBBS I. I don't know if he's in the top five not in terms of reality but in terms of perception because people are going to go to Belgium check though maybe go to Jimmy Johnson. Or you know. I don't know pick some other people who get more simple. We had this conversation a lot Tommy and I did on the PODCAST RIGHT AFTER DON. Shula passed away a month ago or whenever it was and when you go through a lot of these lists you know Gibbs is pretty much you know a lock for the top ten and then it's a matter of whether or not you know he's in the top five or just outside of it you know somewhere in there and I and I think you're right. I think that you can make the case for Gibbs Mount Rushmore. Like the top four. I will tell you personally and this is why it became a conversation. The podcast I think Shula's the greatest coach of my lifetime of watching. Nfl Football Now I think the bellichik so I- Bella Chicken Shula in that same category of the two greatest and then I draw a line before I get inside a line and then count seven spaces but then you know it's Lombardi. It's it's Paul Brown who I didn't see coach. And it's gibbs like that's the next group of of guys before you get to Nolan Landry and hat. I can't even talk about Halas because I don't know but gibs is in that conversation. There's no doubt in terms of of one of the great greatest. Four five coaches of all time. He has to be in part of it. Is what you illustrated the competitive landscape that he faced George Halas and Brown INVINCI- Lombardi. They were in an NFL where you won one game to win the championship. Or maybe two and you are in a league with eight. Ten twelve teams. What JOE GIBBS SET JOE gives it to ten and six teams? That didn't even make the postseason. It's crazy yeah and and yeah I mean like I said for anybody. Who's a real football head? This no brainer. The tags general populace not shoe is a good comparison. I think with Games because look I'm not just you know not discounting Bell Checker Bill Walsh. Who had just because. They had one dominant quarterbacks for the bulk of their time. But you know circumstances are where they are and like. Give Shula Tad different quarterbacks. Yes he had Bob Greasy but like you know they had some other. I mean they were in that super bowl that they lost to Washington Superbowl syncing with David. Woodley Wardley and billy way no running game either. Yeah and.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Bob greasy and Dan Marino the NFL will release its regular season schedule on Thursday night the league announcing that as it continued conducting business mostly as usual amid the corona virus pandemic thus far the league has not announced any major changes to its schedule as a result of the pandemic which is brought most organized sports around the globe to a halt that's sports on September I heart radio goes one on one with mono Adam from you too describing how they stay in through CAS stick about their live performances for rose it's a strange because whatever you on Tuesday night you know it has to be Friday night and then you realize it has to be new year's eve things come down from but to get to it takes really get inside the songs and if you really get inside the songs you know you're in them and thankfully for me is to be in the to be able to see if you get one of those great songs and then on to come by if you don't mind paying them you know you've given them to the audience and they kind of give them back to you so it's always fun to play keep listening to I heart radio for more of you to and all your favorite artists you're listening to an ABC news special nineteen or what you need to know in the B. C. news correspondent Amy Robach with me as always is ABC chief medical correspondent Dr Jen Ashton and doctor Ashley let's talk about children this is the headline.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on Around the Horn

"A championship and win a championship in a way? That still hasn't been copied right the undefeated season but he sort of carry the flag for South Florida sports or decades. If you think about if Don Shula wasn't as consistently great of a coach and didn't have these high level teams year after year after year. What would the south Florida landscape have? Looked like after that. It wasn't until nine hundred ninety three that there was another professional team down here and yet he was still considered respected. The dolphins were absolutely relevant. And it was in large part because of one man sort of bridging the gaps between the generations and even just living until ninety and being around other generations of sports fans down here and parents and grandparents telling the story. Don Shula even today. Young kids recognize the measure of respect. He commanded down here at what he did for South Florida sports media. Konso bring you in here being a analyst as you are in a historian in some ways. Well what does Don Shula mean to the sport of football and to the Franchisee? The dolphins well he is unambiguously one of the greatest coaches in the history of the sport here about the undefeated season or the fact that thirty three seasons. He only had two losing one's which is remarkable. But what strikes me? Most looking back is that he didn't do it. Only with the Hall of fame quarterback Sydney Coach three of them in one thousand nine hundred one after Bob Greasy retire. The dolphins went eleven. Four and one..

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Directly. Jared Henry what the hell are you people doing. It's so unnecessary on the two yard line. I can get enough quarterback brave mahomes uh-huh threw for more yards in the second quarter. Tannehill is throwing for the entire postseason. You WanNa talk about revolutionizing the game I give you the Tennessee tired taking it back to the nineteen seventies. Bob Greasy Bob Greasy. I need you to look this up for me. If you don't mind last week you looked up. What Bob Greasy did in the seventy two super bowl to conclude their perfect season He went eight for eleven for like seventy yards right. What did he throw in the the next super bowl that they had nineteen nineteen seventy-three because I think if you had the over under I think I've got this right? We'll see if I've got it wrong But if you had the over under on Bob Greece's appearing in in another super bowl. Will he go over or under eight for eleven for eighty yards into the next super bowl in nineteen seventy-three. What are you finding there? I'm finding I'm we're going. We're going back to that. We're going the titans of ridiculous one week one week. It's changed the course of football. Sport is Bob. Greasy was six of seven. I mean officiant for seventy three yards the bull in Greece teaching for some ads.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Directly. Jared Henry what the hell are you people doing. It's so unnecessary on the two yard line. I can get enough quarterback brave mahomes uh-huh threw for more yards in the second quarter. Tannehill is throwing for the entire postseason. You WanNa talk about revolutionizing the game I give you the Tennessee tired taking it back to the nineteen seventies. Bob Greasy Bob Greasy. I need you to look this up for me. If you don't mind last week you looked up. What Bob Greasy did in the seventy two super bowl to conclude their perfect season He went eight for eleven for like seventy yards right. What did he throw in the the next super bowl that they had nineteen nineteen seventy-three because I think if you had the over under I think I've got this right? We'll see if I've got it wrong But if you had the over under on Bob Greece's appearing in in another super bowl. Will he go over or under eight for eleven for eighty yards into the next super bowl in nineteen seventy-three. What are you finding there? I'm finding I'm we're going. We're going back to that. We're going the titans of ridiculous one week one week. It's changed the course of football. Sport is Bob. Greasy was six of seven. I mean officiant for seventy three yards the bull in Greece teaching for some ads.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"With four ninety nine and with rivers and Rothlisburger and Eli. Eli might be good for four or five this year if they're really in rivers might get you double digits and Rothlisberger gets you double ditch. You know what this class might have really have a shot at it and yet here. We are two weeks. Sounds sounds like wait a minute. We're fifty six wins away. They gotta get fifty. Six more wins to pass eighty-three well. That is a fun debate the half or people who love their football ball history which is the better class. I think you can almost make a case for the four trio if only because they've doubled them up and super bowls and John elway super bowls the only two that that class guy are owed really more Terrell Davis than they are today John Elway anyhow to the here now Matt Money Smith. Yes all three excluding the the fourth guy but that of e- fill rivers and Ben Rothlisberger all three will get a bust and a goal jacket and Ken. Will you touch that with a ten foot pole. I want to I really want to can I won't stop and you French. Ah I can help you if you really want to but I can't do it. I can't I can't do either you know I. I think there's a difference. I think if the question was was should they I think the answer is yes. I think they're all three hall of fame different. Rothlisburger no brainer. I mean he's got the stats. He's got the Super Bowl so that's that's done. Philip has the stats but he doesn't have the Super Bowl's allies the super bowl but he doesn't have the stats and I think what people are forgetting is. It's not just about two thousand four. It's about Peyton manning drew brees. Tom Brady. I mean we are going to have so many quarterbacks acts that are eligible for the hall of fame at the exact same time that I got. I think one of them's going to miss out. I hear you you think one will miss out and you think I don't I think too. I think one and I think it might come down to whether or not Philip can just get to a super bowl. I think if he can win an AFC championship and get to a super bowl. His numbers are ridiculous us. They're not even close just past Dan Marino for three hundred yard game so like when you start to stack up all of his numbers they're all Marino elway manning gene rivers rivers and that's where he is in every major category but there's no postseason success and so if right now you're saying you would rank them. Ben One ally I two three yeah if feel to a super bowl you think he would have had of Eli and therefore knock Eli out of the whole thing the chance that he could I I required to make the same point I make every time when he lies hall of fame candidacy is brought up. Bob Greasy is in the hall of fame as long as he's the minimum standard. There should be no question about whether or not he lie belongs there. The Guy Bob Greasy threw the ball four times in a super bowl. This is if you want to talk about a passenger on the way to glory. Bob Greasy was it and secondly the thing that's fascinating to me from a numbers point of view as as you mentioned how close they are they rank. These guys were drafted within. I don't know forty five minutes of one another sixteen years ago there. There's been a century of pro pro football. They now rank six seven and eight in both touchdown passes and passing yards that is crazy fluke of a number. I think it is in and they're all in the case of Eli. There's just there's you know. I don't know if I want to call it recency bias but these last five five years have been terrible. They haven't just been average. They've been terrible What is it legal. I think it's three times now. He's led the League interceptions. He's got an and you know and I guess that's what you have to figure out right. What are your credentials and I don't. I don't know who the Heck Hall of Famers who is and like I said if the answer should yes they all three should but as they try to start to hash this out. I just think there's going to be so many names there that specifically breeze Rogers Brady Payton Manning those four. We're guys are going to be put in the conversation with these three. It's funny because as far as that goes it's what year allies name will come up and align himself some favors by being the lone. QB eligible right right yeah he really is calculating on that level. You might be right about that but listening. Thank which Tom Brady twice in the biggest game that does matter. I don't care by show. I'm a recent convert on Julian Edelman being in the hall of fame. He did it in the biggest moments eight hundred three any times with Tom. Brady I think he also belongs Smith in as well now what a branch yeah is Frank Gore Hall of Famer. Yes I think longevity matters a little bit too much in most cases art monk ONC is improperly a hall of Famer in my opinion except that he just hung on so long and the voters do seem to overvalue longevity over other traits and I think those those numbers are going to be hard to deny when any of those three names come up. Let's move onto one of the young guns out there. Josh Allen He's got his is team at two and a handsome hang ten polls. All this is a nice broad one for you. The Buffalo Bills of twenty nine thousand nine hundred are for real actually. I'll put a finer point. They're headed to the playoffs. Will you touch that with the ten foot pole now but there too. I think they're doing great. I think he's a nice story well. You just told me not to earlier on. You told me not to believe the first two weeks mind update. I think you I I think it's a nice story. Now eight straight back to you that was it was okay. No I'm not going to touch you. I think they're Nice. Story obviously headed in the right direction. I think year two years from now they might be that team but I don't think they're going to be in two thousand nine hundred but congratulations to them for everything they've achieved so far we're fortnight in you can speculate a little bit who are going to get those. Wild Patriots are going to get it and you know the chiefs are. I'm not sold that the chiefs are definitely going to win the West. I think you're giving me a look. You think the chargers are not. I think the charges are wildcard team. I teach to win. The chiefs are GonNa win that division's. He's one of those wild card teams. I'd say the charges. I point that money because he plays for them. the browns wildcard right eye dealers browns sounds ravens. chargers are the raiders for real. They played pretty well for now they did. I think I had the steelers before the season. I'm that's done the south. Can you see the colts. Can you see two thousand seventeen from the south. Could you see the colts and maybe the Texans finishing because nine and seven is going to get one of them and when you look at the way he's laid out nine and seven GonNa get one of those wildcards. You always look back at a couple of teams and you say man that early. season loss really ruin things for them. They could make the Denver Broncos. I still I stand by. ABC's and pick that the broncos had shot they had the bears defeated like the way Joe flacco looks playing quarterback before we get to the rich out so that's a wrap on doing so. I don't need the police anymore. You can put us go. Put it in the kitchen live. I think the kids are in there so let's just put out this week. Addition of fresh takes presents over for exact species before we get the other red challenge flag picks for and we three some juicy games. We've alluded to that Ravens and chiefs one you'll remember longtime listeners here at the DSP our our producer can't brown moved on and nevertheless he still receives voice messages ages from his mom who is based in Pittsburgh and in my opinion as a connoisseur of the Pittsburgh accent has perhaps the finest example that these two years ever heard. I think you guys like here in those voicemails and get enough all right well. She had the breaking news a few days back on Ben Rothlisberger. She was kind enough to contact attack. Her son leave a voicemail who happens to work in pro football and presumably. Maybe may have heard him Asian anyway. She was nice enough just in case to leave Kent Brown and now us this voicemail voicemail. Yeah you'd WanNa bother you. Maybe you're already at work. Hey Roth asperger's to the season but he hurt his hurt shoulder his elbow. Okay bye bye bye. Oh Okay bye-bye rothlisburger shoulder now. He's Alabama's good. Dow is just an appetizer then or yeah yeah. Oh yeah then some existential. stuff started to go down over there. Take a listen to Kim Brown's MOMS. This isn't about movies and TV. That's usually what she waits area. No no no this is. This is just one from the gut. Take listen yeah. I was disappointed. Way didn't come over to cut my grass. Team is supposed to come over. We were going to have corn on a COB hamburgers but he said he told Robbie he just going to get red lobster because because you're having read that shrimp fest. He said he forgot never all be called him and he said he'll be over here on Thursday. Then it is great the giant spider on the floor okay give me a call bye-bye their range of human emotion right. That's well one shrimp vest so rally. The troops get to the red lobster. Did you call it the red lobster Taylor I hope she called the red lobster and then hey spider on the floor just consciousness spider on the floor. Oh my God aww God. Did you hear the spider on those on the floor longer than the Brown household. You know spider not eating them so I mean I you now like I say my. I'm a connoisseur of the Pittsburgh accent as a connoisseur of Ken Brown's Mom's voice mails. That's topped am I that that's gotTa shot it while the publishers clearinghouse number one for me when the publishers clearinghouse came to town I did I my favorite ever is guests who died yeah. I guess he died pause. Oh my who is it blighty Bolger. That's absolutely right. I stay interested. Thank you can't brown all right. Reportedly thinking your mom keep them coming. Not now now. It's the world is our wasters. I thought it was only movies and TV but now she can just go and shrimp fest at Red Lobster for twenty so think about how short voicemails usually are right. It's like Oh hey ken. It's mom I wanted to call you. Tell you all the news John I gotTa go and twenty seconds on Shrimp Name Robbie Pretty Good. They supply thought Robbie was GONNA come. They do corn onto cau- hey before we get to the red challenge flag picks. I'm curious like I say I was being ironic. Maybe handsome one right. You're supposed to swim for the two other teams. I say football all season long. Don't throw dirt on an oem to team and conversely. Don't get over your skis about somebody. That's I also kind of Balk at the idea of calling undefeated at two and premature something else. The bills are undefeated yeah. It seems a little severe but any who what Oh into the two team is in the most trouble handsome. I'll start with you whose really whose is besides the dolphins right. I mean yeah they're not they. They want to get there. They in fact one of their own goose. Can you come to use your phrase. Maybe put a finer point on it like we know we fans. Yes we fancy okay. Not The cardinals yeah the giants I mean I think going back to that division..

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"I was never going to work for anybody New York. So I I was fortunate enough that my resume came across the desk of Joe Robbie with the dolphins and he had some connection because his last client in his law. Practice was Minnesota canny tobacco cessation somehow in the back of his mind. He connected R J Reynolds Wake Forest, and you know, whatever. So I got in the door got down there interview and got hired as account for all twelve thousand dollars a year. And you know, those days for an offices were small, I think we had sixteen people in the front office. And and I literally was there a month. And was he came walking in my offices. Putting you charge team travel. Okay. Great. And we've got a road trip the Minnesota next week. So we'll get to work. So I got an awful lot thrown at me a very short period of time. He took very good care of me. You know was treated almost like one of the family went to a week meeting in my first year there. I was all of a sudden at a week meeting when in with Don Shula, and I we sat down next the Paul around across George Halas at twenty six years old. So and so I got a lot of exploited to the week at that point and got to get the chance to speak at league meetings and things like that which were great and got everything you could possibly want to do with the club. You know from. I mean, we we negotiated the then unheard of two hundred fifty thousand dollars year contract for Bob greasy, which was highest it could ever be seventy eight. But. You know, vol with that Orange Bowl negotiations and kind of charge everything at a very young age. And then got approached by Pete, you know, that he had an opportunity for me. So I went up visit with the, you know, you one of those days when you walk and you say, here's my wish list of all the things I'd like to have if I took a new job, right? And I walked in. And I did not say a word, and he literally went down the wishlist every one of all. And how did you get to be in front of Pete Rozelle with him offering you what you want? It. Just you got the notice of him through what you were doing in Miami through through the Robbie's. We had a well. It was interesting because the dolphins were hosting the Super Bowl and seventy nine and it issue at that point in time was the allocation of Super Bowl tickets as you remember wolf from your days. Right. Trying to always a fight right until we put it in permanent allocation, and it was a manual thing. So they leave office wanted to get more tickets was what it came down to and the host team got twenty five percent of the allegation, and it was important to us because it was you know, season ticket holders and things like that. And those days the angel beating was a week long..

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"People aren't even gonna. People are not even going to be able to explain Troy. Troy Aikman's gonna feel like Bradshaw does in about twenty years, Brad Schofield's now like a caretaker, not not a gunslinger a caretaker for a great franchise. That's what Aikman's gonna look like in twenty years when you start stacking up the stats and you realize that Troy Aikman in fact, you bet you guys can find someone funny in today's game that would represent Troy Aikman's career numbers because Steve Smith's are better than Michael. So Aikman had thirty two thousand nine hundred forty two career passing yards his his high for a seat. Season just to kind of highlight what Dan's talking about here is thirty four hundred forty five yards. That's his high for a season. Troy Aikman's considered one of the best quarterback to ever play football and he was over twenty touchdowns in a season. How many times once wasn't that twenty one time one time at twenty at exactly twenty not twenty one. Now he had twenty three one season. That's the only season he went over twenty. Think about that for a second one sixty five for his career. Troy. When we're gonna look back in like Bob greasy like Bob greasy, handing off are throwing the ball seven times a Super Bowl looking at Andy, Dalton career right now is a better completion percentage in Troy Aikman and he's already surpassed them and touchdowns. Mike, I'm telling you when I'm watching on Sundays the precision, I'm watching on Sundays the past, the Kirk cousins through to tie that game. In between two converging defenders on a double team, the precision that you're watching on Sundays. I'm, I think Mike. If I put a nineties football game on the television, if I feel like if I tell do you think I'm right about this. If I take even one of those guys like Dan fout and I put this game on television in the eighties or nineties that we're going to be looking at it and saying my God, these quarterbacks are so imprecise because we've gotten so used to these quarterbacks throwing into these absurd windows where six, seven guy you're throwing into his back shoulder. That's not. That's not how guys were covered forty years ago. You had guys running all over the field wide open. You can objectively look at these sets and say, Andy, Dalton is a better quarterback than Troy Aikman who's all Famer better? Touchdown interception ratio is already surpassed. Men touchdowns better completion percentage. What's just rings? Yes, it's rings. It's the Andy. Dalton has never wanna.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"People aren't even gonna. People are not even going to be able to explain Troy. Troy Aikman gonna feel like Bradshaw does in about twenty years. Bradshaw feels now like a caretaker, not not a gunslinger, a caretaker for a great franchise. That's what Aikman's gonna look like in in twenty years when you start stacking up the stats and you realize that Troy Aikman in fact, you bet you guys can find someone funny in today's game that would represent Troy Aikman's career numbers because Steve Smith's are better than Michael. So Aikman had thirty thousand nine hundred forty two career passing yards his his high for a seat. Just to kind of highlight what dance talking about here is thirty. Four hundred forty five yards. That's his high for season. Troy Aikman's considered one of the best quarterback to ever play football and he was over twenty touchdowns in a season. How many times once wasn't that twenty one time one time at twenty at exactly twenty not twenty one. Now he had twenty three one season. That's the only season he went over twenty. Think about that for a second. One sixty five for his career Troy. When we're gonna look back in that like Bob greasy like Bob greasy, handing off are throwing the ball seven times in a Super Bowl looking at Andy, Dalton career right now is a better completion percentage, ROY Aikman and he's already surpassed them in touchdowns. Mike, I'm telling you when I'm watching on Sundays the precision, I'm watching on Sundays the past, the Kirk cousins through tie that game. In between two converging defenders on a double team, the precision that you're watching on Sundays. I'm, I think Mike. If I put a nineties football game on the television, if I feel like if I tell do you think I'm right about this. If I take even one of those guys like Dan fout and I put this game on television in the eighties or nineties that we're going to be looking at it and saying my God, these quarterbacks are so imprecise because we've gotten so used to these quarterbacks throwing into these absurd windows where six, seven guy, you're throw into his back shoulder. That's not. That's not how guys were covered forty years ago. You had guys running all over the field wide open. You can objectively look at these sets and say, Andy, Dalton is a better quarterback. Troy. Aikman was all Famer better. Touchdown, interception ratio is already surpassed. Men touchdowns better completion percentage. What's just rings? Yes, it's rings. It's the Andy. Dalton has never wanna play off game. Ryan. Fitzpatrick has more touchdown passes than Troy. Aikman. The lamelo bills you. Mainly a career. Exactly. You're backup. That's crazy. Donlevatar I wanted to do the show that we do on Wednesdays, which is wacky and pop culture, and we'll talk about Russell Crowe's got a evidently a book of divorce, like the art of divorce..

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"bob greasy" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on NFL Live

"That the hall of famer bill polian folded across my chest they should be i am doing nothing because this dual of carson wentz nick foles is in the same breath with earl morrow and bob greasy good woman you go jim kelly and frank reich brady and jimmy g they are in clover in philadelphia and to make an even better carson wentz is still on his rookie yeah yeah for nominal so again jump though them he w the presumptive mvp we talked about this it's also about value and you're not only getting these quarterbacks but their contracts and that can make a huge difference back to the kirk cousins situation we just talked about conversation about the best duo of quarterbacks and since we're not spinning the wheel we can have that one but i would really argue based on worth value contracts that this is the best ever i mean tom jimmy g is a pretty good one we're getting that now january or for miami you gotta remember greasy and moral shula give you quarterback roulette and it must be returned to form with the washington redskins alex smith who by the way did a lot of those things last days in the folks that he could do he still finds his way to new team jon yeah we're going to let you play even though you're breaking the rules that's right jesus is used oh no no no wheel here i'm staying with my duel pretty good form over there alex smith is the ultimate grass is always greener quarterback feels like the teams that have always say we could probably do better but i don't know that you necessarily can he's such a stable quarterback i would argue one of the better acquisitions of this offseason a lot of teams did well with quarterbacks whether it is the broncos the vikings and i would say the redskins also did good picking up alex smith you get a decent value he is a stable quarterback and when you spin this wheel it doesn't necessarily mean despite success you're gonna wind up with a better guy say stand pat without smith f air point aaron just know just for the bookkeeping files a four year eighty four million dollar extension for alex mathie shown longevity shown ability number one overall pick back in doesn't six by the way dynamism he can make plays with his fainting out but either have you guys spin it i would say as well i think there's a strong argument to stay i am curious field just about dak prescott and the dallas cowboys at least european this in maybe around the wheel one of the ultimate stays years the reason why if deck prescott made ten times the amount of money you scheduled to make over the next to you which has right now is one point three five million dollars so magies making thirteen point five million dollars over the next two seasons of doodle bill still stay he obviously is a former four is a fourth round picking enters the league on very modestly paid contract the cowboys have made it clear they intend to explore an extension but they can't do that in the earliest until after next season so he is locked into that six hundred twenty thousand dollars salary for this year bargain he needs to improve of some of the things that fell behind less he has areas he is clear room for improvement as a rohan for his football iq off the charts football characters off the charts he's a very good player with his legs he's going to come around the thrower as well and be much more like a player he wasn't twentysix nobody has to do better in the z z that's right that's right no jason witten but his deke elliott back no more suspensions there we hope handed is i'm gonna hand this to you i think we're going to agree to disagree here how about the new york giants manning could still be a change of quarterback but i won't you just want to spend couching right they're running for office las vegas casino and cannot stay away from the shiny slot machines like i'm gone to you're in need you're a need of counseling i renew counseling i just wanna to find out bill i know up saying need counseling counseling at all komo something good that that's a best of port i mean they could have gone really bad there that's right yeah you did dodge a bullet thing i'd say about alex bits some of the underappreciated aspects of his game bill mentioned the athletic ability talk about.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Dollars in payroll versus five million i mean that's that's quite a bit different and if you're taking on a contract just in the middle of the season for a guy who you know is going to be out of there at the end of the season anyway i don't think that's going to be a problem shake it from the la times bill kind of question more on the state of the game is rather specific to the dodgers strike strike outs or way up balls employer way down and everybody's shifting everybody's trying to hit home runs and there's just not a lot of action or at least traditional action the way that we would have talked about a ten fifteen twenty years ago is that good for baseball if it's just a bunch of home runs guys walking back and forth from the dugout well i mean it's just like any business you wanna keep your customers happy and i gotta say it was pretty exciting this weekend watching billy hamilton and the reds because there's a guy can drop a fun steal basis and there's this action going on a guy standing at home plate and either swinging and missing or taking a pitch or hitting a ball over the the customers will decide now i can tell you that attendance has gone down for the last few years and it's on pace to go down again this year television ratings nationally have gone down the market fluctuates individually depending on you know your team having a good season so the market is ratings are probably gonna go up in atlanta this year where they're probably going to go down here in la dodgers don't turn it around but i don't know commissioner rob manfred told me last year we're talking and he said you fall football and i go not really actually goes what's too bad but let me tell you story and he says bob greasy who i actually heard.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Yeah point grown up do you remember when quarterbacks became important was it unites star nemeth those guys whereas while the new face of the team is no it was always running backs for me was time when it changed was like yeah joe nemeth or before that unites unites was larger than life because you know he invented the two minute drill it always felt like united was just precision like nemeth was flamboyant you know he was the polar opposite of johnny united so when name came in it was like whoa this big personality at that position lenny dawson wasn't a big personality is a better quarterback the name of but joe came in and just he was the right place at the right time and then pulled off the biggest upset in nfl history and he got into the hall of fame because of that but i remember fran torkington was interesting bar start i never thought was great but but quarterbacks were viewed as leaders back then like bob greasy was a leader i think roger starbuck change the position where you could be athletes i mean roger was an unbelievable athlete and i hated the cowboys because it always seemed like he was gonna do damage to you denver at craig morton he wasn't anything special trying to think joe cap wasn't he was a lead you know like if you were great passer like you were leader he's leader fran torkington was he was interesting fun to watch athlete roman gabriel trying to think who else would stand out there.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"All those guys who it was really fun to be with key check just to hear him talk about these stories in the most memorable one at ever we don't i did hear live because i want to feel but i watched the tape was with brian greasy came in and i t ninety six against a high state at a half we switched quarterbacks brian receipt and brian came in at through that touchdown pass and at the end of the game ball keith says the bob greasy will seize your boy did pretty good did he and it bob greasy cried if such a great thing to watch i mean the see him do your your son and then to come out the next year 1997 by greasy was to quarterback at purdue took up at the rose bowl bob greasy was to quarterback at the miami dolphins and they went undefeated brian greasy comes at michigan he was the national championship beat wiggs that rose bowl and also uh he had just a great time while he was here and i really enjoyed debt it's interesting to john that uh brian greasy then were color for keith jack in couple of years down the road when he came back to michigan to do that what everyone thought at the time was his last game when he was honored by the ban they said heidi keith underground the field on the field yes i read a story in new york times yesterday that he was doing the game with brian greasy and came halftime the producer of the show said key stick around at halftime we want you to a ten minutes spot at halftime and keith who went beserk 10 spot at halftime we're paying people here millions of dollars a we can't find someone to do a ten minute spot at halftime and he kinda stopped out of the the broadcasting booth and came back and found out it was all set up doing a halftime show in his honour both showed up with an autographed helmet michigan helmet autographed jersey of the band spelled out i think thank you key figure that yet later and he realized that they were bringing back not do that 10 minutes spot so he would.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Civil so thank you for downloading subscribing and of course supporting now back to the show stay tuned for sixty seconds of ap news headlines right after this podcast ochej jackson june gonna join us shortly year on the program and then we remember keith jackson are with bob greasy pro football hall of famer spent many many years with him in the booth i was so saddened to hear that right that enthusiast at age eighty nine i mean think about he came up with the term granddaddy of them all for the rose bowl he came up with that he's credited for coming up with the term the big house for michigan uh any time we heard his voice you knew it was college football time you knew the game was big when he walked in the building when you heard his voice the events young touch tom getting goosebumps is even talking about the vince young touchdown game against you as he was his his farewell that with his i ask it added he was without the i'd call it with fouts uh a he he called the michigan national championship in 1997 at that rose bowl against ryan leaf with uh bob son quarterbacking michigan is voice when he would announce the starting lineups that game rome is emily you know as i said on nfl game day morning on on saturday when you know one um i did my best to pay tribute to him i said you know you knew his pipes those alltime great pipes new when you settled in you were settling in for a donnybrook with the big uglies up front going at each other for two teams that playing don't like each other enough finished that's gonna make you say wool another it's a humdinger ranges.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Oh shines six brought to you by farmer's insurance is conditions on the field change so can you are insurance needs talk with a farmer's agent today so you can assess whether your policies game ready find an agent at farmers dot com blake bortles third starting quarterback in the super bowl era to win a playoff game with more rushing yards the passing yards he had one more rushing yard 88 than passing yards eighty seven the other wants to do it michael vic in two thousand four and pro football hall of famer bob greasy in 1973 that's your old had stepped from the game oh kyomoon's acts now then as for the kurier touchdown with an earlier touch you saw the bills defenders give the international symbol four juggled catch which means take your all your your hands up in the air their palms and then move him up and down sort of an upanddown motion sure looked like he double caught that and after further review it looked like you know these bans were off the ball as he was fallen out of bounds he didn't go down on the ground have they had these survived the the ground but it did look like he just reshifted it in his hands like his left hand was on it but his right hand shifted on it and to me i thought you know what that might have not been a catch but the the they they had it stand his call me they confirmed it nicot the extra point then later in the game game online.

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"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"When i look in isaiah thomas had the celtics and it feels like he's not a franchise player to people because he's fly date if he was six two then he could be viewed as with the same stats he would be a franchise player i feel like that we we do that you're not known as a scrambler you're not known as a runner europe had quarterback and i think it baffles people that you're a hall of famer in you're able to do that almost looking like well that's he's an anomaly i it just feels like we go out of our way to label people just because they don't fit into what we expect in certain positions in sports i agree i think there's a certain perceptive you know that the trump people just can't get past um you know and and maybe that's just built upon years and years of what they've it's been ingrained in their minds as to what you know talking about football specifically like what a certain position is supposed to look like you know i mean darren sprawls walks in a room and you say there's no way this guy plays professional football you know he's five foot seven and but i'm telling you he's one of the greatest athletes greatest uh like teammates greatest work ethics like to ever to up you know in and so you just now is he is he is he is an anomaly amine is is he he's he's the he's the um he's the aberration you know i mean there's there's not many if any like him you know but it doesn't mean they're not out there if i take it was bob greasy who talked about why don't we let quarterbacks inflate the football's to their liking and i've been saying all along you know it and not to bring you in to deflate gate as much as it is if i said to you you can control lucky you want pressure was with the football and if you're playing against aaron rodgers she can do the same.

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