17 Burst results for "Bob Greasy"
"bob greasy" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"I don't think this decision lines up with what's best for the rest of this season because spoiler alert we know what ryan fitzpatrick is back. There buddy patrick comes in. We get you the big win. Let's wait and see. What kind of damage is done by. Law of that tender leehar. I'll just don't understand this. I really don't. I can't even read read. Thought he was going to do. A victory smack go ahead even during the game. Dj understand not leading to a work through this. Because you know what happens next year to a place like rookie all over again. Because he's never worked any adversity and so next year. Are you gonna do the same thing. We're want to have this. This would training wheels it. Bob greasy earl more thing. They're rolling out. Are we going back to were full or liberating with run each other's plays in and out. I mean just as nervous. We're doing like it's not easy to see. It's a makes total sense. You let a continue to prepare like the starter and he's out there and he's in look if you play these playing well. He finishes the game if you need to come in and like just pull the radio out of the bullpen. A little bit. Go ahead and get some magic. Why not and what. If the dolphins win the super bowl like what if it actually. That's not happening. I mean this is this. This is go to the park. Google with all your buddies and you have your older brother who this morning trump you up and also you're losing in the pickup game you go. You got to bring your big brother to come in. There are now we can win the game. They win and it's great and they're going to go to the playoffs and like they're going to win. They may win a playoff game and fitzpatrick has to play the last drive to do like. It's fine line quarterbacks. Aren't that tender link. Let them they're going to be. Okay date they are they. Are the philadelphia. Worked out So you do need to support them and prompt them up but to me. I don't look. I'm just curious why they didn't take any shots with down the field and and you know you can say well you don't think he can make those throws if they don't think he can make those throws got real problem this pigment if he can't go and play against tampa too. That's a problem. Because i just said what justin herbert take check. Check check down and then once they came up the corner rows and once you call someone out of position. He thought over hit so looked-after to has been in existence for a long time. And obviously the raiders. Don't play it well. Because fitzpatrick hit a honey host shot on after the week before an so i. Just don't i just don't understand. I don't know what the long term benefit out of. this is so yeah like they wanna game. They put themselves in a position to go to the playoffs. But are we go. Are we gonna start to win hundred playoffs because he might be too big for him in the playoffs. So let's start this magic. I just don't understand this. If if this was going to be the thing then they just should've kissed magic in the art. That's our bonus takeaway. We gave you a behind to read. Thought he's going to walk all right. This is a fun episode. Everybody thank you so much for hanging with us we appreciate. You wish. you guys are happy new year's well we've got some episodes coming your way. They'll be on the lookout for those right here on. Move the sticks..
"bob greasy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I got it. You're miserable at choosing teams. Let's hope you're really terrible at guessing scores because I'm gonna give you $500 to your favorite charity. My money goes to your favorite charity. If you guess the score correctly, What is the final score? I'm going to go. Miami. 30 for Seattle. 31 upset Oh alright. We hope I hope you're wrong for many reasons. One I don't have the 510. I hope he wins. Alright when a hand from W Q am. Thank you very much Continued good work there. Say hi to Bob greasy for us. All right? Will do. Thanks, Chris, but I checked traffic. We're watching the slowdowns on the East side Right now. I was actually just kind of clicking through the cameras. We've gotta wreck on north on four or 516 that's blocking at least three left lanes. And then South found 405 north of 5 20. I gotta crash there that's blocking three left general purpose lanes and a toll lanes. So quick lineup not only north and on 405 after 5 20 heading out to the scene of the crash, but South bound now leaving 85th and Kirkland and heading out towards that 5 20 interchange. It's busy anyway. On south on parole five at a Bellevue through Newcastle North on five pretty heavy outside of the U District, now working its way into mount like terrorism, once again after the Boeing Freeway to syrup live to eight marries well, I think there might be something off to the side that could be a little bit of a distraction for drivers. I'm hearing about a protest that's blocking off the streets right now are at least cars are blocking off the streets at third and broad Eso. If you are going to be traveling through bail town, you're going to notice that driver's air still running into some big delays through Tacoma. Highway 18 all the way out to the dome. And boy we've really filled in out of Lakewood. A look at your travel time right now. From Tacoma to Olympia at 45 minutes. Traffic brought to you by the Cairo Radio Apotex apt to 99 73 to download and listen to your favorite Cairo Radio Show's on IOS and Android. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor traveled here We do campfires, and we're all about getting people outside in making their experience more enjoyable, uncomfortable. We're here a lot, and it's like family. We really want to take care of our staff, and we want a good work life balance, and part of that, for us was being able to.
"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.
"bob greasy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It's Bob greasy, and, uh, Arc Trooper one of the Marx does it? No, you don't. You know, watch preseason football. No, I do. I absolutely I do. But the difference between covering it and then watching it as a fan is as soon as the players I wanted to watch Levi I'm not watching fourth quarter That stuff. You don't wanna watch Justin Herbert play. Yeah, I saw him in the face Young, which, by the way, Washington What are they called? Whatever they are. Did you see the hard knocks got bad ratings over every Everything in sports is huge. Everybody's just dying a wide something, And then all of sudden, it's like I thought hard knocks was well watching anyway. And then to see. I just thought it was really cool. It was a cool episode of how each team is kind of approaching this training camp and it got out and got really low ratings. I was shocked by that. Like mother like ESPN pulled the offer to Chamakh van Monday night football curating and all we had Gruden last year he had, like quadruple the ratings. How many coaches Honestly how many coaches are gone? What if you need Gruden over McVeigh? How many coaches do the shirtless scene that he did? But Kylie was shirtless scene with the girlfriend in the pool. Read any radio read not doing the shirtless scene, like all said he's in the pool during the shirtless thing. He's all tan. Maybe give Bronn never did that. Gruden culture. Kansas State. That guy was, Oh, Mark. Whatever his name got. Kansas looked like he had a table is like a collect call sheet on a table with stuff. You know, That guy was Andy Reid's lost a lot of weight, though. This year he's lost level. He has All right. He gains it during the season, right? Yeah. Yeah, that's shirtless scene like when them like the 1st 10 minutes. He's doing a shirtless scene in his pool. I'm thinking Simon coaches that would have done because he's playing golden receiver with the dog in the pool. Yeah, it's from the basketball at the dog or something. Anyway. Yeah. So I was a bit surprised if that was a great episode. But You know, maybe it was what was on it was 10 o'clock or something. I guess you can watch it any time you want now, but I think we waited until 10 o'clock and watched it. My kid we thought was fascinating, but didn't get good numbers. There's like you've asked HBO's You can watch it any time right now. So it's true. I got HBO. Go watch it right now. Yeah, that's always good. That's probably the problem. Yeah, that's true. No, no, I'm sure they add everything up. But maybe we'll get more Momenta Mazz, it gets going. Right now, the athletic did do there's there's something that ties into this. The athletic did where every team is as faras, potentially letting fans into the stadium and there was something happen. The MLS and I guess we're not as enlightened as we thought. We were really that coming up next, and then we got the foreplay coming over the top of the hour. It's pop in London. On a Friday only here in the sports. You're Listeningto Papa in London on both sides of the Dial's KNBR, 1045 FM and 60 80 AM thes S'mores were Cooking on this hat hat Friday from the Children Auto Body Traffic.
"bob greasy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Games of any NFL coach led the Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in league history died yesterday at his home he team said he was ninety years old sure surpassed George palace's league record three hundred twenty four victories back in nineteen ninety three he retired following the nineteen ninety five season with three hundred forty seven wins and was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in nineteen ninety seven Schuler appeared in six super bowls and reached the playoffs in four decades coaching three hall of fame quarterbacks Johnny unite is 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 some separate concerns continue over the nation's food supply admits the corona virus pandemic reporter Brian shook tells us pork production is down fifty percent to Tyson foods despite president trump's order last week to keep meat processing plants opened the company has been forced to shut down or slow production at half of its plants around the country because of sick workers it's likely we'll see shortages of meat products in grocery stores and rising prices some stores are even limiting the number of meat products to three items per customer to make sure everyone gets what they need there will be empty shelves at the grocery store but economist Steve Meyer assures it won't last forever Brian shook NBC news radio governors of some of the states hit hardest by the pandemic are sounding the alarm New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says his state needs help now a fiscal disaster is not months away these decisions will be on our doorstep in literally just a few weeks Congress needs to act gov Werner Murphy says even if New Jersey gets more stimulus money it will still need to borrow to manage cash flow needs food giant Kroger is offering free corona virus testing to frontline workers so far it is set up drive through testing in six states and is also offering a kit where samples can be taken at home the corona virus pandemic is forcing airlines to get creative to trying to get by the C. E. O. of United is saying any workers who are thinking of leaving should do so and then there's frontier airlines it says if passengers are concerned about social distancing they can purchase the middle seats starting at thirty nine dollars as of Friday all frontier passengers will have to wear masks and fill out a.
"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.
"bob greasy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Of any NFL coach led the Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in league history died yesterday at his home he team said he was ninety years old sure surpassed George palace's league record three hundred twenty four victories back in nineteen ninety three he retired following the nineteen ninety five season with three hundred forty seven wins and was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in nineteen ninety seven Schuler appeared in six super bowls and reached the playoffs in four decades coaching three hall of fame quarterbacks Johnny unite is 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 some separate concerns continue over the nation's food supply admits the corona virus pandemic reporter Brian shook tells us pork production is down fifty percent to Tyson foods despite president trump's order last week to keep meat processing plants opened the company has been forced to shut down or slow production at half of its plants around the country because of sick workers it's likely we'll see shortages of meat products in grocery stores and rising prices some stores are even limiting the number of meat products to three items per customer to make sure everyone gets what they need there will be empty shelves at the grocery store but economist Steve Meyer assures it won't last forever Brian shook NBC news radio governors of some of the states hit hardest by the pandemic are sounding the alarm New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says his state needs help now a fiscal disaster is not months away these decisions will be on our doorstep in literally just a few weeks Congress needs to act governor Murphy he says even if New Jersey gets more stimulus money it will still need to borrow to manage cash flow needs food giant Kroger is offering free corona virus testing to frontline workers so far it is set up drive through testing in six states and is also offering a kit where samples can be taken at home the corona virus pandemic is forcing airlines to get creative to trying to get by the C. E. O. of United is saying any workers who are thinking of leaving should do so and then there's frontier airlines it says if passengers are concerned about social distancing they can purchase the middle seats starting at thirty nine dollars as of Friday all frontier passengers will have to wear masks and fill out a health form consumer and business news Peter finch NBC news radio hi.
"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.
"bob greasy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Did they break my heart like that? Well I don't know you know. Ask Him Oh what happened. Open all of a sudden. We were getting so Mike. If you're out there listening to us on the radio please call back. We would like to We'd like the rest of what John had to say Gasui. We have reconnected with Mike. You back on the road again. Target Get your awesome Rod. I work in radio. I tell you what you're getting bumper stickers get hats or get your tickets tapes of your choice any kind of music you got it man. John Say I mean he had to be blown away because he was about to give me a good answer to the question of what the heck happened to Kentucky. Because because he he I guess he touched him off and Disconnected and then handed it back to me and he just started laughing and he told me you know. I'm not going to give you a ticket. Get you know just slow down a little bit you know. And then he asked me. He's like do they cover Kentucky sports a lot and I just kind of explain him safely is the national show and that you know they get calls from everywhere that and he walked back to his car laughing so hard I it was just completely funny I owe you. I owe you Geico your dinner. If you're ever in Nashville so the lesson to be learned here now is if you're listening to sports byline make sure you have our number on speed. Dial well if you are going faster than the speed limit you know. We tried to find trooper. John Because I want to fly him out to San Francisco let him co host the night of sports byline but we never it could find him but one of the great moments in the history of sports byline not only show but the network is well. I've known John Madden for a long time. Thirty two years old when he became became a head coach in the NFL. With the Oakland Raiders. And what you see on the air and the way he has been as the way he has always been well. He joined us one night and I had heard the story story about a golf tournament. He had been in in something had happened to his pants and I asked him to explain what happened is is you know how you're you're outside side. You're walking down the fairway and you're and you're Kinda feel an air where you shouldn't be feeling air. I was feeling air coming through. You know the back of Oh my pants and so I was playing at the time I was playing with. Don Shula Bob Greasy and Don Shula one more football games than any guy in the history of the sport and Bob Up Greasy was always you know a class guy as a player a person and a father and announcer knowledge. So then I am so I feel back there. You know where the seam is because sometimes uh-huh if you split your pants you split them usually at the same so the seam is intact so I'm still thinking there's no rip back there. I'm okay so I'm going but I'm still feeling here we've been through the back of my pants and I'm thinking you know there's something wrong here so I feel that it's off to the right and there's a big hole in my pants so so I told those guys I said I got a hold of my pants and they said they knew it because it was the whole like right side and so I couldn't do anything until I got to the turn so I I got the after the ninth hole.
"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount on stages situations. I mentioned there are quarterbacks who have benefited from winning a Super Bowl Bart Starr benefited from winning. A Super Bowl. He didn't have great numbers. But that's not what you ask of your quarterback back then back in the sixties, even in the early. Seventies, you know, Johnny unite is was unique because he created the two minute drill and put up great passing numbers. They were an all around team in Baltimore. But you know, he had Raymond Barre is, is go to wide receiver in Baltimore. Bart Starr had some good wide receivers. They were running football team. Vince Lombardi believed in that power sweep and you had Horning and Taylor and winning those first two Super Bowls. If Bart Starr didn't have those first two Super Bowls. I don't know if he's a hall of Famer, but he won the first two they beat the raiders, and they beat Kansas City. I think Bob greasy benefited from winning the Super Bowl when they went undefeated that year. Trying to think who else, obviously, you know, you had the greats with Elway finally winning his Montana, winning his Brady. But, but guys who nothing about their career stood out statistically other than winning a Super Bowl. Yeah. Polling Bart Starr, started ten postseason games. He won nine of them you. Yeah. An in his quarterback rating in those playoffs was astronomical. Yeah. He's like a hundred and five and back then I think the quarterback rating was around in the sixties you know, so, you know, but Bart Starr bleep called his own plays and he appeared to be the perfect quarterback for Vince Lombardi. But this guy would know better than me. He's the New York Times bestselling author. He's won a couple of Pulitzer prizes. And he wrote when pride still mattered life of Vince. Lombardi, David Miranda's David, thanks for joining us. I'm sure he'd being called by a lot of people as you remember, Bart star like you were the first guy thought of when I heard that he passed I thought that you would have some stories to enlighten the audience on. Just who in what Bart Starr was all about. Good morning. How are you? Good morning, Dan and six recalling actually happened to be in Wisconsin on book tour and this whole state seems to be morning. It's like, oh, Packer flags are at half mast but yeah. Memories of Bart Starr, our pre go pretty deep here. You know Brett farve is kind of a phenomenon in and Aaron Rodgers is brilliant, and the old glory years. Packers from Taylor and Horning all had their special moments..
"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..
"bob greasy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Falls. But Larry told me last summer in canton that annual champagne toast might be a little bit overblown when dick Nick Connie would neighbors when it happened to free to yearly will pop champagne, but it doesn't really true, you know, via you might call each other on the phone number one bit the dust. But other than that, we don't both about it. Because we're so hated for some reason, I don't know why people hate us because we think be duties names braggadocios things like that. But you know, we're proud will be accomplished who wouldn't be that seasons. In a lot of ways people think about an undefeated season. He's wasn't easy blues. Bob greasy role morals the quarterback. You know, you're running the ball like crazy, which is great for a guy like you offensive lineman. When you're running the ball as much as you work that had to be a lot of fun. It was you know, when Bob went down a lot of people, gloom and doom, you know. But and then I remember walking in the coming into the huddle. Everybody just calm down calm down. Everything's gonna be okay. And ironically that season Earl had long run run on the team. He ran the place down on the New York Jets. Not a running not a running back. You know? He was a great leader and respected him. And then Bob came back against the Steelers in the playoff game. You know, bow without truly on team. We knew that and the youth to go away Earl left off the net. This year. Probably better than we were in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. So now, tell me about this that whole era because you know, you've got a Larry's mercury Morris. Jim kick, clearly, very very talented guys and a very talented offensive line. It isn't always at a team can say, okay. This is what we're doing stop it and people couldn't stop you. Why couldn't they stop? You were that good. You know, we have agreed offerings through land coach to a mining clock. And we felt that we won't be could beat anybody individually. We will move the football against them. That came now from Shula came also came now for money, I often through land coach.
"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Few phone calls in here cliff in Wisconsin is back high cliff. Thanks for holding. What you have for me. Good morning DP cliff five eight one eighty five. Couple of quick points here when you're interviewing Walter, please. Remember that he is the one who knocks. And Secondly, I to your point about quarterbacks if they do win that second the Super Bowl are they quarterback or are they hall of fame ready? So I'd be remiss if I didn't point out there are quarterbacks out there who have won that second Super Bowl, and they aren't in the hall of fame, most, notably Jim Plunkett. You know, you look at his assistants compared to quarterbacks of his era, most notably Joe Namus and Bob greasy. His statistics are are are side by side with those quarterbacks and they are in the hall of fame. You know, he led those raider teams to Super Bowls, and you know, Plunkett was was virtually on the on the scrappy, and they took them off the scrap heap, and he. He led the first wildcard team to the to a Super Bowl victory. And they need to years later, he demolished the Redskins as a as an underdog. And I I think you know, if he had an offensive line, you know, he was the first draft pick out of out of Stanford the Heisman Trophy winner, you know. And if they you know, he he virtually got he got killed out in in in in Boston the Boston patriots. I think and he actually was going to give up football. And then al-took them off the scrap heap. Put him on me put him on the bench for three years. He was behind Pastorino Passerini supposed to be the the the predecessor the they traded stabler for Pastorino, Passerini dot. Book and leg, I think four games into the individual eighty season playoff Plunkett comes off the bench and click cliff cliff..
"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Chime do give you our best and worst of the weekend. Gotta pull up date got a stat of the day. More phone calls as well. Here's a tweet is the future of the NFL going to have to starting quarterbacks think of QB longevity and defense not knowing with Nick foles, and of course in wins. How many other situations, and you know, they're just too expensive that that's the thing if you had because Carson Wentz is going to get one hundred million dollar contract. And then Nick foles, you're not going to be able to keep it twenty million dollars. So it just worked out that way. You know, Seattle could have done that with Russell Wilson and had a backup quarterback who was making a lot of money. But this is a situation here. I mean, this is unique. This is amazing. I go back to Earl moral and Bob greasy with the dolphins. Craig Morton and Roger Staubach. Hostetler in SIMS a little bit. But but you've had. What thighs men and sunny Jergen soon with the Redskins Yarmuk Levin with the dolphins platooning with Woodley and struck at one point. Yeah. But but they weren't making money, and they weren't more key. Who's just? Yeah. I'm just talking about like star back in Craig Morton, you know, they they were both above that. While Roger obviously. But Craig Morton was a good quarterback. How did Staubach not have the job? I have no one. Was one of those where you go. I think Roger's better than him. But you would have to quarterbacks in there. So it's unique what's happening with the eagles. And I just think the demeanor of Nick foles, I don't think Nick foles is a you can count on him in the regular season for sixteen games. But in the postseason he has demeanor about him that fits it's more playoff ready than most quarterbacks. I mean, he's he's not flustered by anything. He really isn't. I'd love to see Z K G. I wonder what his blood pressure is. Yeah. For two and not that the recipe was not confident around Carson Wentz. But knowing that he's already done what he just did last year, and the whole mystique you got to feel good about going into the huddle with this guy knowing that he already did accomplish something amazing go all the way to and beat New England Nick foles is three and a when trailing in the second half over the last two postseasons all the other quarterbacks are combined four and fifteen. Pretty amazing. And Nick foles last night. I had all the confidence in the world that he was going to score. Touchdown. I did just like he just is built for those moments. I don't know he had that amazing season with chip Kelly, and then nearly quit football. I know he's only thirty. But you know, I'm Jacksonville. And I got a guy that I can get who has that demeanor. Who the you know, the defense is going to look at with respect because Bortles won't be back and that, but he's gonna cost you a lot. He every time he plays. He's costing you more. If you're going to trade for him. Now, let's see how he plays against the saints. But it's pretty amazing. What he's been able to do..
"bob greasy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Time do give you our best and worst of the weekend. Gotta pull up date got a stat of the day. More phone calls as well. Let's see. Here's a tweet is the future of the NFL going to have to starting quarterbacks think of QB longevity and defense not knowing with Nick foles and Carson Wentz how many other situations, and you know, they're just too expensive that that's the thing if you had because Carson Wentz is going to get one hundred million dollar contract. And then Nick foles, you're not going to be able to keep a twenty million dollars. So it just worked out that way. You know, Seattle could have done that with Russell Wilson and had a backup quarterback who was making a lot of money. But this is the situation here. I mean, this is unique. This is amazing. I go back to Earl moral and Bob greasy with the dolphins. Craig Morton and Roger Staubach. Hostetler in SIMS a little bit. But but you've had what thighs men in sunny Jorgensen with the Redskins. Yeah. Mclovin with the dolphins platooning with Woodley and struck at one point. Yeah. But those, but they weren't making money, and they weren't more key qualifies. Just. Yeah. I'm just talking about like back in Craig Morton, you know, they they were both above that. Well, Roger, obviously. But Craig Morton was a good quarterback. How did Sabat not have the job? I have no idea. One of those where you go. I think Roger's better than him. But you would have to quarterbacks in there. So it's unique what's happening with the eagles. And I just think the demeanor of Nick foles, I don't think Nick foles is a you can count on him in the regular season for sixteen games. But in the postseason he has demeanor about him that fits it's more playoff ready than most quarterbacks. I mean, he's he's not flustered by anything. They really isn't. Now, I'd love to see Z K G. I wonder what his blood pressure is. Yeah. For two and not that the rest of the team's not conference around Carson Wentz. But knowing that he's already done what he just did last year, and the whole mystique, you gotta feel good about going into the huddle with this guy knowing that he already did accomplish something amazing angle all the way to and beat New England Nick foles three and a when trailing in the second half over the last two postseasons all the other quarterbacks or combined four and fifteen. Pretty amazing. And Nick foles last night. I had all the confidence in the world that he was going to score. Touchdown. I did just like he just is built for those moments. I don't know, you know, you had that amazing season with chip Kelly, and then nearly quit football. I know he's only thirty. But you know, if I'm Jacksonville, and I got a guy that I can get who has that demeanor. Who the you know, the defense is going to look at with respect because Bortles won't be back. And that he's going to cost you a lot. He every time he plays. He's costing you more. If you're going to trade for now, let's see how he plays against the saints. But it's pretty amazing. What he's been able to do..
"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.
"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 five eight 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 plot quarterback and i think it baffles people that you're a hall of famer in your 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 they are different perceptions you know that the trump people just can't get past um you know in and maybe that's just built upon years and years of what they've it's been ingrained in their mind 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 place professional football you know he's five foot seven then but i'm telling you he's one of the greatest athletes greatest uh like teammates greatest work ethics like to ever to uh you know in in so you just now is he is he is he had anomaly i mean this 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 think it was bob greasy who talked about one we let quarterbacks inflate the footballs to their liking and i've been saying all along it and not to bring you in to deflate gate as much as it is if i said to you you can control what you want air pressure was with the football and if you're playing against aaron rodgers she can do the same.