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"bob sutton" Discussed on Creative Confidence Podcast

Creative Confidence Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Creative Confidence Podcast

"Latest episode of the Creative Confidence Series I'm Kalita Stafford Partner Ideo and I'm joined today by Bob Sutton. Hello Bob Are, in this series at the creative confidence series, we host conversations with a special guest on creativity leadership innovation and growth will share tips and stories that you can bring into your practice. We're joined by Bob Sutton and I'll give a full introduction to Bob in just a moment, we'll be talking about scaling change in your organization wind move fast and went to move slow. Before we begin, however, I do want to acknowledge the current moment we are broadcasting from the US where we are witnessing the pain of our black community, and we are all coming to terms with realities of systemic racism. Ideal you we humbly recognize we have not done enough even with our deep commitment to diversity we have fallen short of our efforts to be inclusive. We hold ourselves accountable. For the ways we have perpetuated systemic racism and the black voices that have been excluded as a result. We are learning we will do better. Bob Ny along with all of Idaho, are deeply committed to being a positive force in our work towards racial equality. and. So I just want to acknowledge all of you around the globe and we believe in the power of conversation with that Bob I would love for you to introduce yourselves to folks and you are broadcasting from your home these days as we shelter in place. So share with me, what is something? I see a bookshelf behind you. What is something that is inspiring you or something you're reading these days well, I'm inspired by all sorts of people are honestly probably more inspired by Sarah Super than anybody else who's doing these remarkable sort of mimes of trump but but I was sorta thinking especially since. I've been involved with Ideo for twenty five years. But so I see my two favorite creativity books in their completely different. I got right here creativity inc by Ed cap mill, which is I, think the most complete creativity book I've ever written because and. was involved in the building of Pixar at every single state is literally his boyhood dream..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Need to get out of here. Yes, we went somewhere. We'd real Nate Nate c h four seventy nine asks, what are the differences in? How Steve Spagnolo does cover three match compared to Bob Sutton? All right. So ceasefire indefinitely runs some match cover three. It's in his repertoire, but it's not I don't think it's very close to his highest run coverage from what I've seen. He still prefers much more quarters base. Coverages, especially when he's matching zone, there is going to be some match cover three south. It's going to be very similar to exceptions just like Bob Sutton's was very similar to Nick Sabin, because that's kind of the godfather of the cover three match saying going on in the NFL right now you're getting the safety that spinning down towards decline. The rob rule. You've got two guys on the outside that are plagued with specific leverage, depending on the alignment, the splits the wide receivers so on and so forth and you have your deep safety, a lot of the rules are going to be very similar. And we'll say that I don't think east bag Knowle's repertoire in terms of the types of alert city, hasn't his cover three years, deep is somebody like Nick savings, but it's definitely deeper than what you're gonna see from Bob Sutton, who ran the most vanilla cover three match. Of the same thing over and over again. And every single time Stephen Dawson was still lost on island. If you wanna see what Bob's cover three mash, looks like I wrote an article, that's it. Unfortunately, that's it. We didn't see variants of it that was it. So. Spagnolo has a lot more little intricacies. Tweaks things like that. So magic xactly, right? They all still them from Sabin, all of that still stems from his time in Cleveland with Bela check in developing that defense or that coverage scheme and everything like that. So that's where that all comes from everything just propagates out from that. So it's still the same tree just a slightly different branch. I got, like nothing major to add, I will just add this note if you're a little bit interested in a very, very, very basic conversation about coverages led by Steve. Spagnolo Goto NFL game pass there's a twenty five minute conversation with him. And rendre Warsi it is. If you have studied coverages at all you might get a little bored. However, it's a very. Very, very basal introduction to some coverage. So you might want to any and hearing Spagnolo talk about and how it might be worth your time. If you're if you really wanting to learn about coverages in an start kind of somewhere, it's a good jumping off point Spagnolo's best, quote in there, which is if you're static you're dead, which makes me yes, yes, yes, there's like a couple like there's a couple of comments, he makes like maybe not necessarily about to coverage, but just in general that are very fascinating, and you will get some things we'll get you excited, but it's very broad. But it's, it's still interesting K gun. Asks, are you looking forward to during off time between OTA's and training camp in? How'd you guys Clint we have spent time fifteen minutes? You can't spend fifteen minutes telling us your entire laundry list of things that you are capable of doing. Okay, starting at three o'clock on Saturday. I'm going. No. My wife and I are going up to Minnesota, visit some family. I'm going to drink some surly.

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The difference between an a**hole, an a**hat, and an a**clown

WorkLife with Adam Grant

04:55 min | 2 years ago

The difference between an a**hole, an a**hat, and an a**clown

"There's a difference between being an asshole an asshole at an ask clown. Yep. The Oxford English dictionary has recognized all three, but as hat and ask clown don't have the same sting. They're mostly synonyms for obnoxious and asshole is someone disrespects in demeans other people and either denies it. Or just doesn't care think about the assholes you've had to work with how do they show it? Sometimes it's passive aggressive stealing credit doling out blame unfairly invading privacy breaking promises. Other times. It's active aggressive badmouthing, screaming ridiculing. My father used to say to me when you grow up, whatever you do don't be an asshole and don't work with them and don't work for them. Meet Bob Sutton. He's an organizational psychologist at Stanford. He's become something of a connoisseur of assholes at work. An asshole is somebody who leaves you feeling demean de energize in disrespected somebody who leaves you feeling like shit in two thousand seven he wrote a whole book on assholes, and well, he touched a nerve. I got thousands of emails from people who felt as if they were victims of assholes turns out workplaces are full of them and through his research Baba's learned that it's pretty tough to be an asshole to the people above you being an asshole has to do with how you treat the people across from you. And especially below you. Abuse does seem to roll downhill when I looked at my emails and also the research in about eighty percent of the cases, the person who was named as the asshole in their life was their immediate boss. The more Bob heard from employees leaders about the impact of this kind of a heavier the more he became convinced that it must have an actual measurable costs. Just in the last decade studying all forms of abusive behavior in the workplace is become sort of a growth industry in if you and I started doing the list of all the costs that nasty people impose on the people around them about the fiscal in and mental health cost. It's just stunning when notable experiment was done with medical teams in Israel. You see him had a physician in to nurses from the newborn intensive care unit. And they were brought in to work with visiting expert. Some teams are randomly assigned to be berated by the expert. He told them he wasn't impressed with the quality of medicine there. And they. Last a week in his department after being salted like this. The accuracy of the teams diagnoses was almost twenty percent lower and the procedures. They did were fifteen percent less effective. I'm guessing you wouldn't want a fifteen percent less effective heart transplant. I mean, this is one of the biggest problems with treating people like dirt or less likely to call out errors done by others to avoid mistakes. People have to communicate especially about things that Mike wrong. And asshole creates an environment of fear where people stay silent to avoid rocking the boat. And if getting demotivated isn't bad enough get this working with an asshole literally makes you dumber. There's some evidence that that after one who's been abused or disrespected that one's cognitive ability is temporarily affected when experiment is especially revealing student showed up for a study only to learn that they were in the wrong room and had entered a professor's office for some students. Professor just directed them to the right room. The other half of the time the students got this. Excuse me. Can't you read? There's a sign on the door. That tells you the experiment will be in room one twenty three, but you didn't even bother to look at the door. Did you? Instead, you preferred to disturb me and ask for directions when you can clearly see that. I'm busy. I'm not a secretary here. I'm a busy professor. What an asshole the poor students who were randomly assigned to that treatment were then asked to solve some anagrams, and they solved a quarter fewer anagrams correctly. Then the students saw someone drop a bunch of books the ones who just been verbally abused were nine times less likely to help. Assholes undermine our ability to think, clearly and creatively. But what seems absolutely damning is that they also leave us with more negative attitudes toward others, prolonged bullying turns other people in Astles. So it's a contagious disease that spreads. Of course, everyone has a limit at some point people just give up they quit, occasionally, they even get revenge. Others research from fast food restaurants that that when people have an abusive supervisor running the restaurant that employs are more likely to steal. Although if they're stealing fast food, they're only punishing themselves.

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

"Get pressure on brainer up the middle SuAn Donald half to be amazing for them to have shot tonight. You know, you gotta get Brady office bump, but realistically the other thing that they had to do defend the slot. The biggest issue with the kids City Chiefs last week was that there now fired defense quarter, Bob Sutton. And you know, I don't understand these teams why they get so predictable. But Bob Sutton, only played cover to the entire game. This is almost as bad and agree GIS as what Gus Bradley. Did it gets a path to the chargers defensive coordinator when he went with seventy Bs the entire game against the pats and just let the paths run, right? Over them. You know, Bob Sutton place cover to you'll lead Tom Brady. See cover to literally he could see the entire field. There's. Not enough pressure on him. He can just pick him pick and pop the entire way through Hitchin. The flat hit you over the middle get across route over the post like their number of ways where Tom Brady could just set your defense. If you're just going to sit and cover to cover to only works, if you've got white free, and he causing pressure on the outside the way Tony Dungy used to dried up for the colts and free as pass rush abilities would disrupt the patriots enough that you know. Even with the cover to getting shredded, you know, it's not as lopsided. Chiefs didn't have any of that in the AFC title game of the costume and cost Sutton his job now since keep ta- leap has been back with the Rams in week fourteen. The Rams have been the number one defense in the league against a passes in the slot. The Rams have allowed less than forty percent completion. I believe it's thirty thirty three or thirty four percent completion in the slot. You know that is the trademark that they can kind of hang their hat on. Because here here's the problem. I'm not entirely sold on the pass. Rush of the Rams being able to make a whole lot of difference with the patriots. Because realistically, you're not gonna hit Tom Brady all that often as much as I think they need to. I don't think that's necessarily the gaping what they grant can add the focus on is getting enough hurries on Brady to. -rupt not necessarily hit him, but they had to at least be able to disrupt him, and that's where sue and Donald had to concentrate up trying to go for the big kit. It's going to screw up their GATT responsibility. So they gotta be able to figure out ways of getting pressure on their man without having the overcommit, and and miss some of their gap responsibilities. 'cause that's what's going to be able to get Sony Michel going on the ground game for the pats is if they get over zealous with trying to rush the passer and Lee and leave some of those gaps wide open. So. Outside of that. You know, again, if you defend the slide against the pats, you're gonna have a chance if you just stay in zone against the pats. You're dead, man. You know, if you blitz too often, you'll eventually be dead, man. It's just as the deaf is gonna come much much later. Wade Phillips is going to try to get pressure with four down linemen, and he's still going to blitz because you know, he is a ri-. I mean, he he operates off of the Buddy Ryan of bump Phillips Wade's father bum Phillips. But he Buddy Ryan was also disciple of bum. They're going to blitz. It's just a there's no way fans buts about the blitz coming. It's just a matter of how much pressure can the ranch generate without having to blitz that often because that's going to be a key this game. So again, I don't think there. Going to be able to generate that much of a pass rush Witter second Brady because guess what in? I believe the status in the ninety dropbacks that British had in the postseason thus far..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"There's only going to be too off ball real truly off all linebackers, but he is going to play San that will help him a little bit more. But I just can't see how you would waste a year. Basically drafting and acquiring players for defense that hasn't been transitioned yet that just doesn't make much sense to me. I mean, they argument can be made that they were gearing up for twenty nineteen for Patrick, Mahomes and everything like that. And that Mahomes this year really surprised them. And they really wanted to really wanted to put it off another year, and they were just gonna it was going to be a two year build on the side of the ball and make this which I just I just think that NFL GM's aren't playing that sort a long game when their job is on the line. I mean, this defense was awful and Brett v-chip being criticized a lot for how awful this defense is because he helped build it. So why would he put himself in that position? If if he wasn't going to see results in your want. So I don't think that that had anything to do with it. You guys almost got out of a whole lab podcast without a rate now. Getting one. This is the most CD seconds dissect. This is one of the most ridiculous things going around right now eighteen did not go into a draft knowing for sure that they were going to fail miserably on one side of the ball. So miserably they were going to have to remove the entire coaching staff that coaches that style of defense and replace it with a very specific for three under or over defense the following year. It I understand how it make sense. Like Craig said, there's looks to be better fit for this four three. But in no way, shape or form did the team to say heck with it this year. The defense is going to be bad. Let's start preparing for once they fail. Ted's? Not how the NFL is gonna work and people's jobs are on the line. Why would Bob Sutton saddle up for this team? Does very well. How these guys were fitting into his defense or coming in? You can't give somebody a player and say, oh, yeah. You know? I know he doesn't understand what you're doing here work with you. But we're just preparing for the next year. You can't sell that to your team. To your coaches and Guiseley the fell is people joke around they might be stupid with some usage or the way they grade prospects coming to the draft people, the NFL really aren't dumb. They're quite intelligent people. They'll understand if you were trying to push them out at a time, and it just simply doesn't work beyond that. There was no guarantee that we're going to get coordinator that wanted to run a four three people to say that Todd Bowles was a guy that we were waiting for. And he just got snapped up before we could get him. Okay. He doesn't run a four three. So we bring him in after drafting for a four three or was he not an option either. It just makes no sense to be working head head like that. No matter how much it seems like guys fit better. They drafted players. They liked. They had a vision for them. The vision isn't is clear to fans who see it from a completely different viewpoint. That's okay. It happens. You hope it doesn't continue to happen. But no way shape or form was the team drafting for an entirely different defense, coaching staff, personnel, grouping or anything. Like that the previous year. There's no chance that that was happening. And I mean, Bob Sutton would have been a lame duck coordinator and. We was right. Andy went out of his Andy win out his way to defend them. They talked about, you know, there was passive blame of the personnel. The entire season there retooling to give Bob Sutton what he needs to succeed. Well that didn't work and now they're moving on..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Eric Mangini will join us in a moment. We'll we'll get his take on on. What went so right for the patriots. What went so wrong for Kansas City was that did Bob Sutton deserve to lose his job. Or is it simply Tom Brady, showing wise Tom Brady? And we'll get to the potential game plans for the upcoming super lot to get to at the man genius. There is there are various reports about interest between the Dallas Cowboys and Sean Payton Payton, of course, came to the saints from the Cowboys where he was a member to play collar for Bill Parcells. And the interesting part about these reports is neither side has denied it not that denials or even non denial denials will take us off the scent because we've seen enough denials Nick Sabin. I have to say this. I'm not gonna be the head coach Alabama. Right. How many how many times you have to not more? Like your does. Come to a point. You were like, ugh, I don't believe anything anybody says. But the fact that no one has said anything that Jerry Jones who loves to do his interviews hasn't said Jason Garrett is mock coach Nares, no, Sean Payton coming this way. Like, nothing we have nothing. So let's just offer up the possibility. Right. Would you do it? If you're Sean paid knowing the Jerry's going to be a meddler. That's knowing Gerry is going to be a member as opposed to what he has in New Orleans where his GM and New Orleans is also the GM of the pelicans not really making decisions more him. And Jeff Ireland is doing a great Jeff Ireland was kind of a disaster in Miami as the general manager. But as a as a player personnel guy, they've done a very nice job. Everybody could put they've done a nice job in New Orleans of putting together a young active defense and getting him skill position players, obviously like an album, Kamara and Michael Thomas. But man greasing look so good member. Ju- breeze runs the benefit of playing with arguably the best caller the last twenty play collar last twenty five years in football. That's Sean Payton's in that. Before. There was before. There was McVeigh. There were Sean Payton there's same guy. Any plays in a dome, and it should be pointed out that this year the saints played against a complete disaster of division. Right. May Atlanta's so bad that everybody got fired and everybody was hurt. Carolina. Cam Newton had shoulder surgery yesterday. Couldn't throw a football after a hot start. Suddenly couldn't throw a football. And their defense was so bad. Everybody got fired and everybody got fired and Tampa that that defense that that division was trash, and it will not be trashed for long because he's still have Matt Ryan you still have Cam Newton. And if there's anybody who can fix anybody can fix Tampa and fix James. It's Bruce areas. That's what he does. He fixes the quarterback. So I think the divisions going to be we'll see but feels like it's going to be remarkably better and drew Brees was bad at the end. He just ran out of steam. Same offense, Saint play collar hell even God, Ted Ginn back. Well, they didn't have Ted get ten get back like the pass completion to Ted Ginn that should have set up the game winning touchdown. If the that was that should have been intercepted, it floated. And he got fooled. That should have been picked off heck even the defensive pass interference. That wasn't called that New Orleans is gonna forever complain about right. Like New Orleans continue to complain about the defense. A pass interference is going to be like your wife complained about that thing you did five years ago at the family cookout. I can't believe you said that thing and she's gonna keep bringing up that's door was like dude, it the defensive pass interference is going to be Seahawk guy. Talking about not handing the ball to marshawn Lynch in the Super Bowl. You're not wrong. But we're all so tired of hearing about it already. But how about this part?.

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"bob sutton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"But all that being said, this was kind of starting off somewhat of a defensive, Bob Sutton people. Forget when Bob went when Andy I got there and Sutton was defensive coordinator that it was really good Tomba Houston. Remember, they Don Terry PO dare Derrick Johnson was still really good. Eric berry before he got sick. Like they were one of the best defensive teams in the NFL. Like, Alex was not that good. I mean, he was okay. But those first couple years they were defensive oriented team. And there was legit. I remember going to a game. It would have been two thousand fourteen. So maybe Andy second year in Kansas City, and they were playing Jim Harbaugh's last year at for the forty Niners Levi stadium, and It it w-. was a defensive bloodbath. And I think that forty Niners ended up winning. But it was a Alex through a late touchdown. But it was just a physical. They were kind of like two equals of teen. And I think everyone all there has been shooting forever. Now, actually it's been pretty good and it's been bad lately. And I think the change was needed. But I think just the kind of world we live in people forget when you just a what what have you done for me lately just society in general? And maybe you could argue it's always been like that. But I'd say with social media in the pace in which we do everything we forget things faster than we ever have like what you did five years ago has never meant less ever, especially in football. But I do think Andy was justified for firing this guy, then they're six years. They were only getting worse. And I don't think he was judging them as much on you know, statistically where they were ranked. It was just you watch them and they consistently blue coverages guys. Look like they. I had nowhere to go. You had to make a change because in this day and age you have to be able to match up in coverage at least have a chance of knowing what's going on. And that patriot game was a clinic. Like, you guys have no clue. What's coming? The irony. Is they run the same thing. It feels like most games. Like, hey, guys when James wise in the game, they might run a wheel route to them that might happen. You know when gronkowski and then when Romo starts calling out the place. You know, it's like God, they practiced this. And it's the one thing with Andy Reid leaof coach. And there he is consistently bene-. Great offense. Coach to me. This is the best quarterback. I would say most complete quarterback he's ever had as a head coach in the NFL. And don't don't forget again. It's a long time ago. Donovan McNabb was pretty damn good player. Patrick Mahomes can become a much better player than than Don McNabb. So like you're going to be able to win big with his offense. That's clear they played like crap in the first half. And they still put thirty one points on the board. When you combine Andy's play calling and Patrick Mahomes talent ability and upside sky's the freaking limit. The sky is freaking limit. But it is dependent on good defensive coordinator in when he had his most success in in Philadelphia. He had Jim Johnson who you could argue like a hall of fame level defensive coordinator. I know they run a decent different defensive four three defense. But he was. Kinda Vic Fangio of his time. Like the best DC in the league. Now, he was different more aggressive for three. And it's what I would imagine. I haven't read any quotes that Kansas City is going to run. And as a friend texted me in the NFL, and I do believe this now it's just easier to run a four three nowadays than three or four because it's hard to find the three four nose tackle. It's it's more difficult to find the linebackers with four three. It's just easier to find the personnel. And I think the Kansas City will benefit from this and bottom line coach going gonna win a Super Bowl or not not depending on his offense. They're always going to be able to score points is long as Mahomes is healthy in..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"I've been saying it's not. Right now, we're talking to Pete Sweeney for mayor had pride. Let's start with the big story of the day in Kansas City. What do you make of Bob Sutton's being replacement? What do you make of the couple of names that have been thrown out? There Rex Ryan in Steve spagnuola. I think they're interesting. I think there's a lot of chiefs fans at least a vocal minority of chiefs fans that are calling for Rex Ryan to be the next guy. I think because you know, who he is. I think a lot of chiefs fans in the midwest really know Steve Spagnolo, and they really just go to the numbers and don't understand that. This is a guy who it's a fiery guy. I think will be respected maybe more. So than someone with less experience. I get the numbers aren't exactly what you would want. I do like the switch to the four three. I think that is really interesting because that's spectacle. Like he were saying, oh, and I saw on Twitter this morning. This is just another Bob Sutton, this is far away style and scheme wise from Bob Sutton, as you can get the four three blitz. Heavy so on and so forth. And and it did make me think when I saw Spagnolo emerge just a little bit. And this is again a far out theory. But. You look at the hitch and signing and you look at the strength of having speaks and Tanno Paseo now, they didn't really necessarily fit as edge guys. And you know, I it just makes you think was as sort of a thought process that existed last year that maybe this was the end for Sutton, regardless of how it went. I wonder if they win the Super Bowl do they may be move on from him. Anyway, I think it's a good question because somebody said a text in yesterday on the protein house heat with a purpose text line, and they're like, okay if Bob Sutton defensive coordinator, why do they keep drafting four three guys? Right. Exactly. Yeah. And and to me hitches and Raeguzar sort of old school thumper linebacker, right which the league is sort of going towards the hybrid guy versus, you know, dudes like, dude, Hitchens and raglan. Right. Right. Yeah. And you have speaks who they drafted. You know, I pick. It was the second round. But I pick and passing. Yo really hasn't looked like an outside linebacker. Yeah. And then you have Defoe Lord who you potentially have to pay. Maybe you're thinking a little bit long-term here. Do you really? Surly need a default. If you're going in the four three I think, it's just interesting. It's interesting to see what direction they go, especially given. If it's Bagnall that's what they decide to switch because that changes the whole game a little bit that changes your draft, and who your who your sign a stone and so forth. I really liked the concept of Steve Spagnolo. Even if that's not the person that they end up hiring. I like it because I kind of think that Andy he wants to power structure to be a lot like what I envisioned the power structure being in Los Angeles. I don't think that Sean McVay is doing a lot of stuff with the defense. I think that's Wade Phillips baby. I think he's dealing with the personalities on that side, and Sean McVay is given him the opportunity of that's essentially your team. I'll run the offense. You take care of the defense. That's what I think. Andy Reid wants to do. I think you have a better chance of getting that with somebody who has been a former head coach somebody who knows how to go out and hire a staff and somebody that is going to have the experience of five six seven years of being a defensive coordinator to take care of that side of the football. That's the direction I want to see them go. I want to see them go. Steve Spagnolo Rex Ryan. Vance Joseph a guy who has been a head coach in a guy who's been a defensive coordinator for four or five or more seasons. Yeah. And there are certain layers to this too, right? Because you look at at I I mentioned it to some people yesterday. I think you look at Brit read, and I worried about them going external because what are they gonna do with Brit? But if it's a guy that Andy Reid is worked with already like he has Spagnolo in in in Philadelphia. Then that kind of becomes the thing..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That would be that would be an interesting twist if that would apply it seems like it is it's amazing about it. We've never had a guy. Call a game. Who was that far ahead of the curve? And and I'm sure there are plenty of guys who maybe have known that something was coming in for whatever reason decided not to blurt it out. But he blurts it out and people seem to like it. How about this that got blurted out yesterday? The possibility that Rex Ryan would be the next defensive coordinator the Kansas City Chiefs, you guys like that or not. Andy Reid and Rex Ryan do I like that together? Yes. I like that big time because having those two characters and those two bodies on the sideline that is a bloggers dream. Yeah. I mean, I do like it. If if Rex's willing to really grind and be a defensive coordinator, I mean in buffalo at the end it fell apart. It was it didn't look like Rex was coaching the defense very much. And of course, that's supposed to be his strength. The other reason I'll say I like it to Bob Sutton is from the school of Rex Ryan, it wouldn't be the huge the biggest learning curve in the history of football for the defense to have a Rex Ryan come in. But you know, I I got us. Rex was different the jets than he was with the bills at the end the bills. I felt like he mailed it in on the defense side of the ball. They didn't do a whole lot. If he's willing to kind of go back to what he was that. I am for it. A big cat. Jeff Fisher was a defensive coordinator before he became a head. Coach job should have a job that would be the path that would be the pack. I'm defensive coordinator the Kansas City Chiefs, and you do it for a year to win a Super Bowl. And then all of a sudden, and I say that kind of half joking lambing wouldn't that be a great spot to parlay yourself into being a head coach if they win the Super Bowl next year, not fly? GM? That's what I think..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

15:29 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Thirteen hundred. See you then. So glad that my chiefs. Finally, did what they should've done a long time ago. The news today broke that they have fired Bob Sutton, the defensive coordinator L was he there too long. I mean. A game is too long. Right. It's it's been a few year. It's been few years. He I think he even came over with Andy Reid twenty thirteen to twenty eighteen he's been the coordinator. Does that guy seemed like a guy that should be on the job for more than half a decade that that's a long time to have a bad defense. It is. So they fired excuse me, Bob, Sutton, but. Choked up. Fraga my throat. So they they did the right thing. But now they're the rumors are flying, including have you been able to trace where this has come from wheels. I have not. Twitter scuttle butt. It'd probably Twitter scuttle. But but. Rex Ryan has been bounced around as a potential candidate Schefter blame Schefter chef. Yeah. Claim schefter. Wow. Yeah. And. I'd rather have the other one. And we talked about that affair, and I agree with you. There's there's two coordinators. I trust in the league right now. I don't know if he's in the league right now. Rob Ryan, he's not an wait Philip. He went out with his brother. Remember they were there. Wade phillips. I'm good with. Yeah. But you know. Rex Ryan got a head coaching gig. Because of his job as a defensive coordinator. So I don't wanna diminish what he did ravens. Rob could've had one. But he didn't want one. He's he was happy as a. Look Wade Phillips should have realized right? But I'm saying, I don't I don't downgrade Rex Ryan because he. I do know that he's a very -ccomplish defensive coordinator held the ravens win Super Bowl, I etc, etc. Etc. Because what defense was championships? The case. That championship? Right. Does certainly that one. I don't like I don't like the idea. Bringing in Rex Ryan to do it like. Has he been approached? That's why Adam Schefter says he's been approached by multiple teams over the last couple of years. Okay. But I just don't. Not the guy for me. Like just once he got the head coaching gig. And once he told the jets meeting room to get a an effing snack. Dow was it like that was the time or Rex Ryan became too big and like this caricature. And it's like, I don't want it. I just want a smart defensive mind. Yeah. To pair with the smart offense of mine that Andy Reid is. Maybe you need a Tony Romo to come out of the booth. I would take that. Yeah. I would take obviously could read an offense. Pretty well. I would I would. I definitely consider that before Rex Ryan. So I don't I don't like it. The problem is there a little late in the game. To poach someone. Right. So they're in this situation. Now where they're going to have to hire someone off the street, which is why Rex Ryan's name has come out. Yeah. Or they're going to have to get permission to interview DB coach or defensive line coach, and they're certainly too late for Flint as because Flint has already has a coach. Oh, yeah. The. Dolphin. So I don't like the idea of Rex Ryan. I just want a decent. Defensive mind. And I want the chiefs to make seven defensive draft picks in April. I want them to touch the offensive side of the football. All. That's been the problem with the with the chiefs. Now, the more power they give Andy Reid, and they gave him even more power when they let John Dorsey go. They just didn't. Care enough on the defensive side, they just lack the acumen, and they lack the the the want to get better on defense. Got Chris Jones. Great Justin Houston's been around that for a while. So is Eric berry. But they don't. They go defense and a lot of drafts. But the guys don't pan out. Chris Jones is like the only one in the last few years. So I just want somebody who knows what the heck they're doing and Bob something wasn't that Bob Sutton? Just got overwhelmed by Josh mcdaniels Josh mcdaniels owned him on Sunday. So I like the idea of Rex. But I'm glad that the chiefs decided to move on. Rich says. I'm not a saints fan either. But why you need to understand is this. No, call was in a championship game in wasn't even a maybe it was a no brainer. So the NFL has to get it. Correct. I know you can't change after the game is over. But I'm I'm sorry. Doesn't work. I think it would. I think rich you'd be surprised how much that would smooth things over if the referee that missed the call. Did an appearance a press conference or whatever and said, I screwed up that would make a lot of people feel like look is Cody parkey still getting death threats. Probably well in doodoo Tigers fans forgive Jim Joyce, probably not. They're probably still really mad at him. Sure it didn't cost them game. Right. But it costs them a piece of history historian. Yeah. Yeah. And they're they're they are mad at him. So. Yeah. And I understand he gave one of the greatest apologies ever. Honestly because Jim Joyce. It went on forever. Yeah. It's so it was emotional. He didn't care about his language, right? So. That much. No, I don't need that much need. I just think. Saints fans won't and shouldn't ever get over this. They should be talking about this for generations to come. But I do think that a simple apology just manning up. In owning what you did goes a long way. I don't think that the answer is let's make pass interference calls review -able because again. It unless you're in favor of there being basically robots which may be some of you are I'm not I come out of nine out of every ten football games. I watch I come away overall satisfied with the job that the referee does. Yeah. So I don't want us to keep doing more and more and more review -able. So now the windows for the games are we're going to start at now ten AM because we have to move it in our back because we gotta leave extra time for all the reviews and the second game's not going to start till five. And then the the prime time games going to be like the late game on TNT going to start at like eleven right. Like, yeah. You just I would much rather the game. Be sped up. Then to have everything bogged down in under review, especially something that at the end of the day is subjective. They there's no doubt about it that the. Referee missed the pass interference call. Yeah. And that was not up for debate. But pass interference is a very subjective. Call or very very subjective. Call and I think those at the end of the day should be left to the referees. So. Louis says forty Niners ravens Super Bowl had no call that costs the Niners the Super Bowl. Do does anybody. Remember except Louise all over for that Super Bowls the power going out. Right. So that's what I'm saying. Again. I'm not speaking to saints Nate who DAT nation. I know who DAT nation is going to be sour for a long time. Yeah. And they should be fine. It's your team. I'm talking about the general populace. Yeah. The general populace does not won't maybe. Now, they feel like they do they soon won't care or feel for the saints anymore. Especially anybody in the NFC south exact falcons fans alike. Yeah. Rich ads. I came up when we had no replay, I go with no replace. So let's have no replace. Do you? Would you do you? Are you okay with something's being reviewed and others. Not wheels. Yeah. I I can't stay in fumbles. The whole is it moving is. Right. I I think the big thing when it comes to reviews is not what they review it's how long they need. They need like a time. Limit on how long they take review something. And that includes what what time the clock is at on where the ball should be where the stick should be that. That's all part of these lengthy reviews is worth the clock. Whereas where the sticks right? All that. And all that nonsense. They need to limit. How long they can be looking at these reviews period. I can kind of get on board with SAM's idea of Sam farnsworth's joining the sick our say every officiating crews have video guy. Yeah, we're not going to New York, right or Secaucus or wherever the heck that's the NBA, but we're not going somewhere else. Toronto to review something the guy is in the stadium and he's going to look at the tape right now. And he's going to buzz us if we're wrong. But isn't that what the point of the New York is aren't they looking at it as? At every game. Is in their in their somebody different on every one of them. I think it's one I don't think it's one person. I think there's a person per game. There's not one. No, I'm saying there's not one person. That's dedicated to the officiating officiating crew, that's a video guy. Okay. Well, I'm saying if it all goes into the the the. The pot so to speak. There's not one person in their all in New York or wherever they are. And they're watching every game at the same time. I do not believe that they have the ability. During the game. They don't have the ability during the game to override a referee. We're talking about a weekend. Whether it's two games, right? One one at a time. Okay. So, but they're not allowed to they're not allowed to just intercede and override the referee. They're only they're only. When called upon or within the last two minutes of a half. They're not allowed to do that all the time. And but again that doesn't extend to pass interference calls. I don't think though. No, even if there was somebody that could save you're wrong. It wouldn't it be about that? Yeah. It would be about catches and fumbles and things like that turnover. Scores catches out of bounds. Yeah. Yeah. Those things and don't even don't even go there with passer. I because then next it's gonna be facemask holding holding. This can be offsides. False starts. It's gonna it's gonna get outta. He'll yeah. I don't. Things that are detrimental to the game in penalties or not. I don't care how bad the penalties are or the non penalties. Whatever. Those out of reviews, you you think a big catch a change of possession those things. Yes. Should these are the actually affected the game? A penalty doesn't affect the game. In my mind, the way a turnover I see what I see what you're saying the way attorney scoring play. Right. I see what you're saying. Yeah. Eight six zero four six a few of you weighing in with different ideas about. Replay. Do you want more of it? You want less of it or the same amount? The satellite lounge presents an evening progressive box. Oh, what a great art. Let's stem the lights for this next time too much there. It is got to get things. Just right like progressives. Name your price tool. Tell us what you want to pay and we help you find coverage options your.

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Defensive Coordinator, Kansas City Chiefs And Bob Sutton discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Defensive Coordinator, Kansas City Chiefs And Bob Sutton discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

"The Kansas City Chiefs today firing their defensive coordinator, Bob Sutton, his defense unable to get a key stop late. Although remember they had a guy lineup offsides. On a play that interception of what a seal the deal to put it all on the defensive coordinator talking about Rex Ryan is a possible replacement for their role

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Get Up!

"You know, I hate picking the patriots all the time and stuff like that. But I am absolutely sick and tired of seeing this team in the Super Bowl. I think that this kid Pat, Mahomes is the real deal. I never seen anything like them. So you don't want Brady. He had your time. Man. You ain't winning this one. I'm I'm doubling down on my stupid pick last week. I'm doubling down on the kid. You're gonna take the chiefs and come on, Bob Sutton, you could change your cover up and let Pat Mahomes be the man that passed that will sidearm like those old enough to remember to covy the little the baseball pitcher. That is the most remarkable play that you will see what about you Dan in this match up of the court. I know you kinda said past and future. I look at it. As like Brady's this conductor of the orchestra, right? The tech Titian technically sound and everything it's beautiful art. And then it's like that St. freestyle artists, Pat, Mahomes when you walk down the street, especially in New York City, you'll see some performing some music. It's a little bit different not much structure. Right. That's the battle that we're gonna see I've I've I've been in love with Patrick Mahomes since week seventeen of the two thousand seventeen season against Denver and his first start. I'm going to I've been writing his performance all year in loving on it, and I'm gonna continue to do it this week. I I believe that this team, especially if they played defensive football like they did this past weekend. The patriots have different team on the road with. Coach on doubling down on my pad pick last week. I'm gonna take p money I don't know who's gonna win the game. But I'll tell you this Mahomes hasn't played a bad game all season long. Not one games. They lost. They were not his fault. We've never seen anything in NFL history. Like the start to a career. Patrick Mahomes has had he has played eighteen games. He has started eighteen games as an NFL quarterback. It's remarkable. Let me give very quickly and NBA highlight. From I want to show you what happened with James harden, and the rockets taking on Orlando because harden has been the hottest player on the planet of late and the rockets are up early, and you know, we usually shoots the three, but you can go buy every now, and again, he'll do that for you. He would score thirty points in this game for the sixteen consecutive game. Taken into the whole off at the ties Kobe Bryant for the longest stretch of three point gains in NBA history. But it was not all good on this night for hard because he claimed not by late fourth rockets down five, and here's harden, and this is gonna barely touch the rim. He was one of fifteen from three at that point. One. Now, they're down seven is one of sixteen from three. And then all it's up to be decided is whether he would set the record for most mysteries. Any will? You can see Landau is going to win the game. They're up seven ten seconds left. In harden finished finishes, one of seventeen from three to sixteen misses the most ever in a game in NBA history. So let's go through the good and the bad of it here in the loss. Pardon scored thirty points for the sixteen th straight game. As I mentioned Tien Kobe Bryant for the longest streak by any player since the merger which took place in the mid seventies. It was also for James harden his twelfth game with at least thirty points in Tennessee's. That's here. That's four times as many as any other player. He has more such games this month than any other player has the entire season. But it did again make a wrong kind of history. One of seventeen from behind the arc does sixteen. Mrs tied for the most in a game in NBA history with Damon Stoudamire who did it back in two thousand five sportscenter tonight. Six eastern after China Gandhi and Olbermann with a look at Duke with n without Zion on the floor. The latest uncommon Murray's NFL draft decision and a breakdown.

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"We're going to read them and comment Amman? That's next. Errol had pride radio. Pete's mini. Shawn barber wrapping up era had pride radio. I said at the top twenty fifth anniversary of the last chiefs home playoff winnow flea that goes away is coming Saturday hanging out. Shawn barber American dream dusty likens Rohan, Gary no one's back there. I just found out and we are going to right now as we do every week three tweets. I step rob Doni, again, not feels good feels good, Nick. How much of a concern is that t y Hilton can break free just as easily as title Ken is defense prepared for speed. Worth Hilton is nowhere near as fast. Maybe maybe maybe it's not they both begin their name the same the same writers that confused. What? You can't see this year. Sean just throw away that tweet motion. I would rather have Tyler Lockett come in play a real wide receiver position. Then a guy come to the stadium. With a clown mask on in response to another guys tweet on the other side, Jad romance. Even with the Super Bowl win. Bob Sutton has to go, right? Are you crazy? No one that wins. The Super Bowl is getting rid of staff about sudden has led a defense. It was number one and sex thing. Number three and turnovers. Top three and two of the most critical area man in for this. And in over. Three of the top four teams and overall defense guests sent home during well call weekend. You wanna be the bears defense, you you wanna be. The ravens defense you want to beat the Houston Texas defense that's three of the top defense in the NFL this year, and they all get sent home often score points. That's how you make it in the playoffs. They nineteen. They bring you in for motivational speech, president keep McLean. How much Patrick Mahomes cannon not care about the history versus the colts. I think that's a parent. You ask him about these people were trying to ask him today about and he he says this is a new generation new game. I think that's exactly the mind frame. You want for them? He's been learning for the best quarterback coach he learned from Alex Smith last year and learn things he couldn't do. And since he's been on the field. He's been doing doing what pet do he's not trying to be a better version anybody's out there. Putting the ball in the hands of his playmakers. That's what he said he wanted to do since training camp. And he's done it every game. Jose will Andy learn from the last colts playoff loss and be extra aggress. Thumb injury. You Patrick Mahomes in Sammy back in the mix. Suddenly offense is back. I hope the back to what it was early in the season. You don't stop scoring ever. I don't care if the the scoreboard read sixty points, right? We try to Kardashian break internet Patrick Mahomes in his office. Try to break the schoolboy, whatever your they need to get to the break the scoreboard, man..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"It's just for these. We made ever get off this podcast. They're all Bob Sutton anger related. So. Let's start with this chief bearcat asks our guy chief bearcat, I go into severe depression and have strong anger every time. I see Bob Sutton. How do I deal with this bearcat the answer? Is you talk through it? So there's a thread, there's a theme here. And we're going to go ahead and just jump into all of these at Joe Gibson, forty one asks does this defensive scheme lend itself to constant mismatches? I e the matchup of Hitchens on cook. This isn't a good look Craig. Yeah. No, really bad. Look, I wouldn't say necessarily defensive scheme Lind's it self to constant mismatches. But there are some definite situational boneheaded plays. Like that. Like, why first of all is Bob Sutton, trying to run a Tampa to defense with Anthony Hitchens that guy should not be running the poll. He should not be playing in that position. He's not rangy enough. He's not good enough and coverage. He doesn't understand route distribution that guy. Why shouldn't be playing that role? That's not Anthony Hitchens fault. That's Bob Sutton's fault for positioning him in that spot teams recognized that and teams attack that teams attack Ron Parker in cover to defenses because he doesn't understand it teams attack Orlando scandal because he doesn't get enough depth on his drops that the scheme isn't necessarily the problem. It's just that Bob uses it so terribly at times that it makes it seem like the schemes always the problem. And that's the big issue is the scheme, isn't constant it does change. And it's it's not static. At all. The problem is Bob uses it in such poor times and against bad alignments in personnel packages. It's crazy. How many times that you see often especially one that is seen a Bob Sutton evens before get them in such an obvious mismatch such as Higgins dropping down the middle of the field on this. There was nobody else. That was going to be in position. It's not Jodi coke for this. Touchdown. Besides Anthony Hitchens the raiders knew that when they do this play up you can watch their car. That's where the ball was going. No matter what was going to happen. It's just it's simple Sutton's had the same general defense for years now. Yes, he's changed a few things. But the Staples are still there or offenses can manipulate him into doing what they want him to do. And he's going to keep doing it on top of that. When he finds excess more often than not it's because one of his better players are just making a good play rather than he's putting somebody in the right position to make a big play. So whether it's Ron poor getting attacked and man coverage over and over again, by whatever tided, we're playing that week. Whether it's Steven Nelson getting lost on a deep zone because he just simply doesn't understand what zome responsibility he has play or Anthony to actually cover somebody it just simply doesn't work because an offense can very much manipulate him into these certain Kohl's and tags based on what they do at the line of scrimmage. Which is why Bruin speaks gets stuck in coverage. Every now and then at D sinister one this is one of my favorite ever got. How many players on defense don't belong in the national? So realistically any player starting for an NFL team. Probably belongs in the league. That is until you come to run partner who if not sign this man, he has one other team that would be looking at him right now. And that would have been the falcons just because he was there in the off season. And they suffered like three injuries post it note, Mattie. It would have been the Atlanta legends of the af. Don't you talk about about the? Yeah. But. Sides that Apollo's I'm getting back on track. Okay. You're not going to disrupt. My angry buggery your the one getting us on track down that. Okay. We have Bob Sutton bashing to do, unfortunately. But it has to be done. Here's the thing. The rest of the players on the team most of them. Probably. Would it be starters on a lot of other teams? We ought to be real. There's some great playmakers. But the majority of the defense is role players when you have a bunch of role players it's up to your defensive coordinator to make them look better..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"This is more difficult for me. When I go back usually end up just staying north of the river up north Kansas City Gladstone area. So everywhere that I e consistently that way. So I'm going to go with long boards. Ooh. That's a good place. Go to the peanut. That's the choice. Another option. I'm getting a peanut soak close to my house guys like walking distance. It's on the way. Kids can get so fat. Yes, I am. Last would rebar check to things being floated about Bob Sutton's defense. The last couple of years one, it's complicated. And it takes a long time for players to comprehend to it's easy for offenses to recognize in manipulate into favourable matchups. Bruin speaks and coverage. Is this true? Yeah. It's absolutely true. And he even says kind of at the end of the street, it seems like a bad combo. It is a bad combo. It's very rigid defense. It does offer some benefits because you have guys that can kind of play in multiple spots. So you're never quite sure what he can shift into. But it is predictable at certain positions. Specifically ones were guys are clearly playing out of position. Ron parker. The box speaks edge. Anthony Hitchens excited side linebacker. He's putting guys in spots that aren't good for those guys to be in. And he's asking them to do a lot more than they're comfortable with. Hit the nail on the head. That's exactly what's happening. This kind of goes back to my whole Bob Sutton's time just kind of run. Its course there hasn't really been a not even wholesale just big enough change to his game in what he's doing. There's been different technique changes in how positions play, but the general scheme has it changed enough that teams now have five years the tape on Bob Sutton defense in Kansas City with the same general personnel teams know what the alerts are. Now, they know how the defense or playing all these different scenarios, and they're just able to explain the matches that they want to on it. And that would right now the chiefs players or poorly executing on their own. You have a team that's executing poorly offense that can just go back and study a bunch of tape and say, oh, this is exactly what they're going to do. So now, we can exploit this already poor execution. Bad bad combo. Wow. What a really high note. That's going to do it for this week. We'll talk to you after the chiefs cardinals game and start looking ahead to the ramps. Elat go give them Gogi at dad. David johnson. My name is Spencer hall by name is Jason Kirk. My name is Ryan nanny. Combine we form the shutdown full Tron keep telling you. Is heck nuclear college football podcast. But it's also a show about care disaster regional grocery stores. We love Tennessee Batman homeowners association bears in video games. I mean, there's also some actual football discussion about coaches, having huge contracts coaches making terrible decisions coaches, saying really stupid things or the NC double A's saying. Yeah, there's lots of stupid things big dumb, beautiful sport. Sometimes we talk about football games allegedly. If you wanna take college football exactly as seriously as it deserves taken come find us on apple podcasts Spotify or wherever else you listen to podcasts like this. It's not voltron..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"And is the draft look better than we thought and think still to really decide what's short, the show some promise before he got hurt, we finally saw Daniel get out of the field and speeches put together to better games, but even his to better games have just been like solid. He's out. They're trying in not looking completely terrible of all aspects of the game. Nobody's really the biggest play that are safeties of made so far is sacked by watts on a blitz and screen blown up by door. You know, Daniel, like those are kind of what we're looking at now single plays right off the top. You can maybe throw speaks slut late sack in after dropping the coverage on Brady like that's your best place. This rookie class. So far, your seven games in you shouldn't be able to count those on one hand. I don't think this point in time this season. Yeah, and we all know that Bob Sutton doesn't really play young players. It takes a while for him to get guys that learn the scheme that he can trust to be on the field. And that in itself, I think speaks certain volumes about brianna speaks. Yeah, there's been a lot of Justin. Houston is hurt and Tanno is hurt, but they have Frank Zomba in house. We know that Bob Sutton wants to use Frank. Not a question of something loves using Frank. Zongo even speaks has played ninety three percent and ninety eight percent of the snaps over the past two weeks. If Bob did not trust him to execute and do things properly, we would definitely be seeing another guy in there more often. So I think maybe speaks picked up the book understand things maybe from football level better than Tanno does. But yeah, with Matt, I think passing, no is a better pass rusher to this point. Boy, the fact that does Ombo line is now our measurement for positively is just stunning. It's yeah, I think this draft is gonna be measured on brilliant speaks and what he's able to do. And I still don't feel optimistic that he's going to be anything of significance or great value at Kennedy Taylor, a asks, how many total middle fingers from Bengals fans may the air this week. Think they showed about eight bingles fans. So we're going to go with sixteen middle fingers. I'm gonna go with seventeen. Yeah, I, it was. I turned on the TV and I was like, oh, wow, wow, that's that's something kind of funny that got caught. It'd didn't get cat caught. It was kind of funny. Why? Like the in group dressed as late Lucia doors, I understand the Tigers, but why was there so dressed like wrestling costumes because they get to cover their face. Is that like a Cincinnati thing. I don't think so. I think they just we just cut the right fan base on the on the TV. Door and rebar chick best barbecue place in Kansas City, not named Joe's gates, Bryant's q. thirty, nine or Jack stack. I got a few places. The one I'll give you all say, burnt in barbecue in overland park, they have phenomenal burns. They better if they're going to use that name and their sides are ridiculous. Okay, so not living in Kansas City. They have exhausted the majority of my barbecue places there, but I have heard great things about slaps barbecue, the best ribs in Kansas City. That's what I read. Said that was the might go to places have now been named. However, they did leave one out the char bar in. All about the bar. The food's pretty good, but you get there at the right time. They have the what was it?.

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Risk his own reputation to take the blame for personnel in save Sutton's job. It's quite a question right now because you have the number thirty one defense down in Tampa Bay. They fired their defensive coordinator just yesterday, and so you look and you say, okay, well, who's thirty? Two? It's chiefs and I don't see the chiefs making a move. Andy Reid is always defended his guy in Bob Sutton and something I do for our head pride. Every Monday is something called the re up. It's the Monday column and I write about a deeper thought in the game, and I try to incorporate some of you guys. One thing I include every week is a poll of the week. This week's poll the week was who do you blame for the chiefs defensive struggles? And I included Bob Sutton. Andy Reid GM. VH x. GM John Dorsey owner Clark hunt or the players themselves as it stands. Now, we got nearly two thousand votes forty, nine percent of our voter voters at Arrowhead pride, say, Bob Sutton, thirty five percent blame the players themselves ten percent for Brett beach, four percent for John Dorsey and a measly two percent for Andy Reid, one for Clark on. So every other chiefs fan right now is blaming Bob Sutton about a third of chiefs fans are blaming the players themselves. And these are pose that I usually dress usually a good gauge. 'cause we got a lot of fans that are at pry the way in and this is something we've heard from last year, the fans being upset with Bob Sutton and the scheme. And to me, it's a bigger picture thing because you don't necessarily need the chiefs to be the number one defense in the league with this often, this offense is so good. You just need them to compete. I think you need them. Around, you know the fifteen twenty Mark twenty five Mark and you should be okay. I think you should threaten to, you know, make some waves in the postseason. A nother tweeter k. j. h. three seventeen says, which I'll be inside linebacker does DJ replace if he if this were to happen, it assumed be Reggie Ragland the guy with less snaps again, bring back DJ. Bring back DJ Steve kind of mad. Stop that stop telling fans or not true fans. If they see glaring weakness on this team defense do not waste a historic season with a thirty. Second ranked defense make changes exclamation point. Exclamation point. Exclamation point. Again, just people really of set with defense. Kelly, HOGAN gotta bring in a big time defensive player at all costs. I bury a hometown hero in Houston, premier, but any way to restructure their deals, if you're each, they have to be aware their absences holding their boys back and that a little extra cap room could equal, Super Bowl, win. I can't imagine these guys restructuring their contracts. You got to be a special type of person, restructure, cut your contract and by a special type of person that includes guys like ally manning and maybe Tom Brady will do it. You know, because the endorsements are there enough to make up for some of the lost money, and they look at it a certain way and that Super Bowls, I can't ever look at athlete in the face or look a person face and say, okay, you're not living up your contract, take a pay cut, and that's what a contract is. It's both sides. None of these athletes really have anything guaranteed, especially in the NFL. I don't think you can ask a guy to take a pay cut. Keith McLean. Is there any Bob Attila left or can we start flying a banner over our head? I keep telling you, Bob Sutton is the scapegoat here. I'm not sure if he deserves it. I think there's a lot of blame to go around. I think Bob Sutton for certainly deserves some of it because you're seeing a lot of basic mistakes, chief players when it comes to tackling and and really the basic aspects of the game. But this is a bigger problem. I mean, you you look at bread feet and some of the personnel that he's brought. This was an all defensive draft. So you spend your draft and all defensive players during Daniels, a guy look at that he said, was supposed to contribute quite a bit more than he has been thus far this season and and to me that he deserves a piece of that blame Andy Reid..

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"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"If if you're if you're an optimistic chief's fan out there, Bury's your hope that Eric berry coming back. If he does eventually helps Aroon defense out a lot. You're putting a lot on one man, but that's, I think, I think that's your hope. Here's the other part of this tune in Bob Sutton is the guy that everybody wants to pick on and I get that, but calculated really good point so much call the right defense. They don't make the play. And so I, I was asked Barbara and maize this when when we're when they're in here, how much of that is on the position coaches because not too many people know about Mark de Leon, the inside linebackers coach, nobody talks about Al Harris. The secondary in the corner coach, Emmitt, Thomas and Mike Smith. The Outside Linebackers coach. Those guys are the do's coach fundamentals, Bob Sutton, coaches scheme. You don't. So if if people want to crack on Bob sudden I got no problem with that. If he gets the scheme wrong and they're getting, you know, and there's communications, she's and all that stuff. When we're talking fundamentals, I'm gonna call these dudes out Mike Smith, Mark deleo Alvarez and those cats man. You know, Jay ally, whoever the hell that is the defensive quality control coach. I mean, those are the the position coaches of the guy that teaches fundamentals net Joost is not. They're talking to. Alex Gordon about hitting that's still Swain's gig or Terry Bradshaw this year, you know. So I think I think the the position coaches are as big of the problems. Bob Sutton is when it comes to fundamental who who hires those position coaches. Well, Andy and Bob, I would assume, you know, I mean, I think you gotta hold Bob Sutton. I'm not saying you dealt alternately accountable for everything. I mean, I'm not saying you don't hold them accountable, but those guys got to do their job to man. And if they're they're don't get them out of there and they got Gary gigs gives out of their last year was the linebackers coach for a long time. So one they got nudes when asked about the defense right now for what it's worth us to get get it out there. He keeps pushing that they haven't had enough time together because of the injuries and such in the preseason meaning as football, basically. As time goes on, they should should should get better. And you have to question the weird thing about football is someone else will get hurt because it is a game of inches, got better. I think we're Landau scatters cutting better. I think Eric Murray certainly gotten better. I mean, guys have improved, and I think there probably is something to that. I mean, how many new dudes are on this defense this year. I mean, there's a ton of 'em. He got yet. I don't really count. Ron Parker is that he got, you know, every parkers had a bit of a rough. Yeah, but he understands the defense and all the and all that stuff that you've got essentially two new linebackers. You've got new guys on the d. line, you got new corners and KENDALL full. I'll I'll cut him a little bit of slack for that, but not for much longer. It feels like all the problems of the defense just up the middle, like the running up the middle. You're inside. Linebackers are problem. Safeties at times I feel like, oh, problem corners aren't playing that bad de Ford's getting to the quarterback just for me, feels like right up the middle there is where most of your problems and you have that report that she's within what days of trading for real Thomas essentially, admitting album. They just bring on a safety option in Josh Shaw, see how that goes, but you could tell there's a little bit of desperation there in the moves you notice the move right now because I mean it was a minor move yesterday, but Shaw has a lot of upside. And I, I think that she's thing they may be could get the most. I talked to some people that are in Cincinnati, and they said that they thought that this kid could have potentially made a team that he could even be better than some of the cheese personnel. I wouldn't be surprised and it's a minor move, but it means big things..

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Jaguars vs Chiefs Predictions

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Jaguars vs Chiefs Predictions

"Hill, I guess. This is one thing. I we don't know. What's the deal with Sammy Watkins yet? Right, right. Does that limited in practice yesterday? Limited in. Practice yesterday with a hamstring and drought will be huge. They need that other weapon. I mean, this is a team that plays through their offense. Obviously, I think I'm going to give the Jaguars de the edge in this matchup. But I want to say this. I think their offense is going to play a big role in that. Because I do think their offense is going to be able to display smashmouth in-your-face football against the Kansas City Chiefs defense, which is the worst in football, and they're going to be able to keep the ball out of the hand of Mahomes too. So I think that kind of plays hand in hand. Well, I think that's really the match up that's going to determine the Jaguars offense against the chiefs defense and the chiefs defense at times on Monday night looked horrible on one of the touchdown runs Royce frame and going down the right side guys were just grabbing at him. There was no effort to try to to try to tackle him. So there are deficiencies on that defense and there won't be Leonard fournette for the Jaguars offense. He's already been ruled out with an aggravation of his hamstring injury. Can Blake Bortles do over the passing game? And I like the idea of grinding it out and shortening the game and frustrating, Patrick Mahomes and putting them in a position where he is when he is on the field. He feels like he's got to make the most of his opportunity because who knows how long it's going to be until he gets another opportunity. I still think though what we saw from Mahomes and hostile conditions on Monday night in Denver. I feel like that they helped me find even against that Jaguars defense. I feel like he'll be fine. The Jaguars have never seen a quarterback. Like this guy. Who's allusive a guy who can run and throw with velocity with touch on the run can make good decisions go left handed if he needs to they have that array of weapons, I think it's more than the Jaguars defense can handle and playing in Kansas City. Definitely an edge for the for the chiefs. But but can they slow down the Jaguars offense? Not jaguars. Offense is great. But we saw what it did a couple of weeks ago against the patriots. I really think that's what's going to decide this. When you know when you have one of these games where you've got a really great offense. And you really great defense on the field half the game the other half the game. It's the suspect offense against the suspect defense, and that's what's going to determine this one. Yeah. You're exactly right. I I look at it the same way the chiefs are horrible on first and second down if they can get the third down. I think I said this yesterday, and I believe I got to look it up. But I'm pretty sure that the number one third down defense and football. That's where they can be confusing for a quarterback was defensive coordinator, Bob Sutton. He will do some, you know out of the ordinary stuff on third down to confuse a quarterback to where you know, you drop back, and you just go damn I don't know what coverages they drop these people here this this guy there, and that's where they get creative. But I do worry about them on first and

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"bob sutton" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"bob sutton" Discussed on KELO

"Regents president bob sutton says fit and future our big top pick set a planning meeting in pierre or getting old search what university after o r and if hurt in rapper steady perhaps than it is the universe but we're getting there sutton says he knows that the three universities centers in sioux falls pure and ramp at city have not kept up with what the public wants a first fatality of the surges motorcycle rally as a twenty five year old man from utah the department of public safety says he was driving a toyota corolla that swerved and crashed headon with a semi driven by north dakota man the utah man was pronounced dead at the scene the semi driver unhinged i heard so far this rally dui arrests are up in drug charges are down compared to last year highway traffic counters also indicated that traffic in the black hills is also on the rise well popular in whose nuts in the world of music in south dakota according to the new york times study of youtube cliques we're in love with florida georgia line jason derulo katy perry and taylor swift and for some reason post malone it is huge and yanked it in for million but not elsewhere who don't we like travis scott little yace pt yes and big sean finally it's over seventy years late but a world war two veteran fund the received his bronze star senator john thune presented hero john be seiner of webster with his overdue honor he was joined by extended family.

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