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"bob tisch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"For you folks know at 7 25 on Tuesday. He is a hero Hero cop. There's no question about that. A really good actor. I mean, great. He's a great actor, The Irishman the wolf of Wall Street, Goodfellas, screams and godfather of Harlem and I just saw him in a movie last week because he actually got me invited him and Heshy. To this Danny, a movie premiere last Thursday. A movie is called. I Love Us Comes Out in September. I just saw Bo in a movie titled Mob Town, which is all about that big meeting. And, uh, can we let's get, uh, got in New York, where it's upstate New York were all the mob hedge met 62 arrested back in the late 19 fifties. He was great in that, too. And he was with me last night at this Great Jim Parcel Golf tournament turned the great story about building a punt. Giants Stadium here he is a dear friend for about 30 years. I love this guy. Bo deal. Good Morning bowl. Hey, Good morning. Shit. That was a great night. Wow. You know, to see all those players. Well, you know, for the last few nights I've been watching, not jail. They've had specials on every night with video You've never seen from 9 11 leading up to it. The towers being hit and coming down. And I'm going to tell you if you can watch without having tears in your eyes and memory, having memories back then you know when 9 11 occurred Was that my office is on 42nd Street and Mike. Sure Ebola was there. He's a formal detective Lieutenant. And what happened was we looked at each other when the towers came down up prior. If you remember I was an ironwork on the original World Trade Center, Right? In fact, last week when Spike Lee that idiot was mouthing off about how jet fuel doesn't burn steel You called in with me and Bernie and said, Hold on a second spike. You're no expert on the guy, you bald eagle. You're the guy that was there to help build those buildings. Well, And then there was a conspiracy theory because I own the piece of will work building with Steve Witkoff at the time, and there was a conspiracy theory because I did some bodyguard work for the family, the royal family of Saudi Arabia. And then they said that I was firing missiles into the world Tracing. I mean, no, I mean moronic stuff like this. And and the idiots like Spike Lee would have their own theories and all that, but To focus on what happened then is we had gone down there. When the towers came down. We went to the army names, though. We bought some dungarees and NYPD sweatshirts and we stayed down there for a couple of days. Mike and I and it was It was something that you will never, ever forget. And when you see what's going on in Afghanistan, it brings back memories. So after this all happened, we lost 343 firemen and I believe was 29 please New York City cops at the time when the bet when the towers came down, so we were very involved, and I used to have Giants luncheons ATM Armando's in Cristo Steakhouse during the late eighties where all the Giants and so I was pretty friendly with them. And there was one guy I used to bring up the rails. A guy named Bob Tisch. He was one of the original Tish brothers. Sure cycle. So I call it Bob Fish. They said, Bob, you know, before the before the Monday night game, it was a Monday night game or whatever it was, I said, Do you think we can honor the NYPD and the F D N y football team Now a lot of people I realized 23 actual players of the Fire Department football team were killed on 9 11 of the 340. That is a and that game is a a big event every year. I know they even had a giant stadium. They've had a family size and gets very involved in that game, too. But that is the cops and the firemen bow. They take that game very, very seriously. Well, very, very serious. But you've got to realize one thing again, and I was talking to that the county police Commissioner Patrick Ryder last night. He's a former New York City cops and we were talking about the relationship and Commissioner Negro and then you have the chief of the flight apartment there. Uh, you know, we're brothers. We're brothers. We're we're We're cops requirements were one of the same. And so what happened was I asked Mr Tisch and so we brought everybody on the field before the game. And then they said, Well, both. Why don't you go out and catch up on on the 50 yard? One will put it will put a police officer one side of you and a fireman in their uniforms. The other side. So I never caught a punch in my life. I didn't watch it on television, and I had my friend Phil McConkey was there and fill started teaching me in the in the when and where they hang out in the back of the stadium. I'm there and fills comedy. Watch the winds badly for folks that don't know Phil McConkey was a wide receiver slash punch kick returner for those great Bill Parcells giant teams. Specifically the ones that beat Elway, the Broncos in 86 Kelly and the Bills, a 90 to win the Super Bowl. So for folks that don't know about Phil McConkey was an actual punt return report the Giants during those years. Well, he knew what he was doing, but so that I'll never forget that night of standing on the 50 yard line, and the thing went up in the air, and it's swirling winds. Now that I know because they start of giants and that punk it was a machine that puts the pump up in the air. And I think a shoot at 80 yards and I'm there like an idiot that people in the stands And the ball's coming here and I ran and I I I grabbed it. I think I cracked two ribs when I grabbed the football, but I didn't drop it. I didn't drop and I grabbed the ball and it was wonderful and again, you know memories of 9 11 with all the devastation. The fire department and also with our police officers, and they're dying. They're dying now. Yeah, all these diseases and lung diseases, But I tell you what we really Have to never ever forget, and it could happen again with the advent of these up. No doubt what's going Afghanistan? Yeah, And that was the theme of last night's event. Yes, Jim Parcel was the coach of the Giants. Yes, He coached them to a Super Bowl in 2000. Yes, he died a young man. Yes, he's got tons of friends..
"bob tisch" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Out to be the last season for Ernie. They started off. Six to the first eight games and but by then they were pretty well broken down. They lost six men on the defense including Michael Strahan the big pass rusher. And they lost their best receiver Amani. toomer. And they'd lost the left tackle. You know the most important defender, Eli Manning Luke petticoat for the season. These guys were all out for the season. They lost Lavar Arrington, who was was a been an all pro linebacker for the season. So by the by the by the last half of the season, they were crippled team kind of crawling home, but it was still very still very interesting And and as I say, the players didn't really know who I was. You know they just know had some connection to, of course, I think they let their hair down a little more with me than they would normally Manning for instance He's trying to explain PLAXICO burress, who may versus a typical looking sleepy penitentiary faced receiver. You know it looks like bad news and and you I was saying you can't see a player glance. He said he said one time. So this'll sound bad but one time I couldn't find my playbook. And I took PLAXICO was off his stool is. Next to mine and I opened up beside I couldn't believe my eyes he said in the meetings. He's he seems half asleep and daydreaming and the coaches wonder if he's Taking any in he says, Ben in his playbook imperfect penmanship he's got I, go here on the hot receiver there someone else goes here. Someone else goes there. He said it was amazing. It's like he doesn't want you to know he knows but he does. And and I said the FLACCO Ernie warned me said, don't touch. Because Tom, compliment like slapped him on the butt and they had a big contre temps over he doesn't WanNa be touched and. And Ernie had been trying to get coughlan to you. Kathleen didn't care for PLAXICO. And Ernie, kept saying him Tom, you know flex go wasn't going to go to holy cross when he went to Michigan State and that was one of his schools. If you WANNA coach guys, you know if you don't want to coach kids like this, go go to holy cross no, but. But but but blacks go said to me. He said you know I I, wear the number seventeen. Which is kind of odd number for receiver said now all I know about you like to be touched. Ernie said, don't touch and he laughed he you know he in fact, he took a minute to stop laughing and he said we're seventeen because I signed on the seventeenth of March, and so that's how much it meant to be to be a New York giants. And I said, why don't you show that to the fans? They don't think you want to be here. You know they don't care as much about the team as they do. And he's Kinda Shrug he's Kinda guy who can't show you what he feels and he lives right? You can't see guys Glenn. Did he ever find any irony meaning Ernie in the fact that he was involved in Baltimore in the John elway situation, and then the other controversy is far as Eli Manning Philip Rivers, and how he ended up Eli with the New York giants absolutely because he was on the other side of the exact same situation. I'm sure you realize part of the. Reasoning was his father had spent. Be wasted someone say his entire career is a very good player with a very bad team. In. San Diego hadn't been a big winner. You know hadn't been a big achiever. And so he was facing you know sandy you looked like that was going to be his new. Orleans. Saints you know it was it was Eli is decision he didn't WanNA play there. But yeah, Ernie was on the other side of almost the same exact situation although Ernie contends that he talked elway into going you know he he thinks that earth I just didn't WanNa pay the five million dollars and You know. So he was undermined by his owner you know an la wouldn't have had any choice. He signed a minor league contract with the Yankees, but he wasn't really a major league prospect at oddly enough and Ernie had the scouting report an old leftfielder named Bob Nieman used to play for the Orioles. Did that did the report for Steinbrenner and Ernie had a copy of it and it's the line the jumps out at you as doesn't have a major league arm. John elway. So I, guess a football and a baseball and with two different things. What did he dislike most about being general manager was dealing with the agents was a salary cap was it? What aspect of the game was he on most uncomfortable with? Enough it was the games. The pressure, the Games he watched him in the tunnel. You know I stood there in the tunnel with him because he couldn't stand the in the press box. Because the modern press box in all those all those gentlemen, Sports, writers, and the FIDORA's of are all gone. So he he watched the giants games from the tunnel and I stood there with him. We were there. You know when the bears in in the rain, you know when the bears are coming back and he's you know he's he's yelling. Yelling at COBB. When all through the game I said the Tom and I like tough I said I Saddam he he he I guess you I guess the hell he didn't second. Guess you he I guess you. was. Catholic attempted a fifty two yard Saturday fifty, two yard field goal in that game and Devin Hester Ernie. It just explained to me all about Devin? Hester when he was scouting. Scouting stuff in this book and Now hesters back in the end zone. They're try going to try this long field goal and he looked at me and he said now we've got all our fat guys on the field much return it hundred yards for a touchdown. returned. It hundred and eight. What is it? That made him go into retirement just the right time. I mean, so I, think he saw it he was going to go a year earlier. But both Wellington and Bob Tisch died within days of each other and he I think he thought this is the time to leave John Mara in the Lurch, but he actually had thrown himself a retirement part of the year before you always a Hershey Pennsylvania. And he he's. He's got a little place in her. She just got and he's got an apartment in new. York and he's going to go back and forth in his retirement he's going to be busy. It's going to do things he loves giving talks. He gave a talk at West Point Don. Thank you very much for joining us. It's an excellent book. Take care thanks. I. Appreciate it. Tom Callahan the name of the book, the GM the inside story of a dream job and the nightmares they go with it Ernie of course, in his last season with the giants in two thousand six, we continue with more of you and sports byline. Hello and welcome back to the Ronnie. Do each tax program on the line is Paul from California.
"bob tisch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The city in the country, So maybe I'm just convincing myself off that Tell you one thing again. I watched the giant game last night with my son. And I say that with zero apology and zero remorse, I love the cops. I'm a great American, but I still watch football. But this Colin Kaepernick, of course I've never liked And his former teammate in San Francisco, Eric Reid. You know Eric Reid actually also dealt with Colin Kaepernick from day One people forget that it was Kaepernick and read. Now, Kaepernick has been black Bolt since 2016 read continued to play is a very good player, and you had a great year last year. Now he claims he's been black. Bold and he sent a blistering tweet out actually accusing the NFL of being full of it. Two faced write that on one hand, they talk about Kaepernick and Baba and black lives matter, Right? On the other hand, they've They've black told me so he thinks. Ah, you know that. That's what black lives matter is about millionaires getting jobs. That's right, not black teenagers getting shot in the street. It's kinda like when I went to a sure, one year on Yom Kippur, and I prayed to God that Notre Dame would cover against Pittsburgh kind of the same thing. But But Bo deedle has a has a good story about a veteran and Colin Kaepernick. It's a great story on what that said. Here he is hero cop, tremendous actor and, most importantly, loyal, dear friend. Brody LeBeau. Good morning, Bo. Come on, you guys. You know, I heard something over the weekend that really disturbed me. It was a letter from the United States. Retired Marine colonel about the NFL and I love football. I don't like it. I love it. And I thought myself from watching it this weekend. And you know what? It's just I'm not gonna watch it. And the story and the worst part of it. Is this guy good dealt. I mean, the man has no ball bag. And you everyone forget so quickly when 9 11 occurred. We we've lost Suddenly fireman that were on the football team and the New York City police Obama team. I went to Bob Tisch. We were able to have a football game at Giants Stadium. He gave us the stadium. We all be on the Giants at the time, right? Bo Bob was the owner of the Giants. Yes, right. We all forget we all forget football plays baseball plays with Ana, where an NYPD D hats and fire department ads and how they how how great people appreciated the cops and how they cheered for the cops when the cops came true, and then all of a sudden this Communist group Of punks. Black lives matter. This only group now the same phony group that that that a poured tops getting assassinating the way everyone forgets really quickly in Brooklyn when we had two shot dead in their cock and the black wise Matic come out, and we're a pro, approving it and clapping And where is our NFL and our baseball players to come out and and denounce what's going on with this assassination attempts on cops Now it's open. It's a game and those pieces of garbage that were outside of the hospital in California Compton cheer and those two cops to die. That poor woman with a child who was a cop. She was there, and they were in critical on Lee by the grace of God. When you get shot the face do you survive? My point is this is a total nonsensical thing. Next. What was going to start doing? I guarantee it. Likewise, that is going to go against the United States, Marines, Army, Air Force and Navy. They dogo against enlisted people because they feel as though they're black lives. Don't matter. There's going to be something that they're going to go against the military. Next. I guarantee you, I assure you hear my voice today and no one is stopping him. When is this going to stop? I would love if you could play that, Colonel. I don't know if you could do it on the air. I also back from my from my from my by segment collision and everyone listen up to this retired. Carl is Are you able to play that? Well, we're good to go about it. We'll take a listen to it right now. And open letter from Ah, retired colonel, too. Colin Kaepernick, take a Listen. Commissioner Goodell. I've been a season pass holder Yankee Stadium Yale Bowl in Giants Stadium. I missed the 90 91 season because I was with a battalion of Marines in Desert Storm 14 of my wonderful Marines returned home with the American flag draped across their lifeless bodies. Now I watch multi millionaire athletes who never did anything in their lives to play a game. Disrespect what brave Americans fought and died for their essentially spitting in the face is in on the graves of real men. In men who have actually done something for this country. Besides playing with a ball in believing there's something special there, not my Marines and soldiers were you are complicit in this commissioner Goodell. You'll find players for large and small infractions. But you lacked the moral courage and respect for our nation and the fallen to put an immediate stop to this. What would happen if they came out and disrespected you or your refs publicly? Why is taunting not allowed yet Taunting America.
"bob tisch" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"This is the story of the United States Olympic basketball team that won gold in Barcelona in 1992 known worldwide as dreams. No section of my book Dream team got as much attention as the chapter I called the greatest game nobody ever saw. Which is exactly what I'm calling this episode six of the Dream team tapes. I'm Jack McCallum. And today I tell you what happened in money Carlo the week before the dreamers went on to Barcelona for the Olympics. Some recap theme had its initial training in San Diego went on to play the qualifying tournament in Portland. But Chuck Daly in the folks that use a basketball didn't want to go to Barcelona cold. So they set up a week of pre Olympic training in a place where everyone goes when they want to train seriously. Money. Carlo Pierre, right? It was a brilliant move. Really. The players may not have wanted to practice, but they knew the good times they could have in money, Carlo It wasn't a sybaritic as you might think. Most of them brought along their families. The team was going directly for Monte Carlo to Barcelona. I remember looking at them when they checked into the lows. Money, Carlo it looked like a group family vacation of millionaires. Which is exactly what it wass strollers, luggage, baby sitters, More luggage, more baby sitters, more luggage. Charles Barkley was one of the few who was patching it. So the mind cannot begin to grasp what a great time he must have had in that haven for gamblers, models and folks with a few money. The fact that they were there it all was a testament to the compromise is made for the dream team. Because in the early years of his tenure as commissioner The late great David Stern was fervently anti gambling. Having grown up following the college basketball point shaving scandals. That wrecked hoops in New York City for a long time. But he was also the legal guardian, and he recognised at a training camp and say Fort Wayne, Indiana was not the inducement he needed to get the players to buy in. So he began talking to a tennis buddy, New York Giants owner Bob Tisch, who also owned the Loews Hotel. Including a showpiece property in Monaco. From there. Russ Granik Stern's Consigli area at the embassy. And lows. Chairman Robert Hausmann negotiated the deal with the principality. Plus, this was only months removed from the revelations coming to light about Michael Jordan's off court gambling debts. His association with a convicted Coke dealer slash money launderer with E. Elmore Leonard ish name of James Slim Buller the N B a investigated and released a statement. There appears to be no reason for the MBA to take action against Michael. Subtext. We're embarrassed by this and wish he would stop. But there was Michael, along with many of the other dreamers gambling the night away in the lows casino entirely legally, it must be added. Magic Johnson remembers one night watching Michael play. So I was sitting at his table but not plain just singing and then become in more so he says to me, I'm gonna be your most expensive chili that you ever had in your life. I must stand behind and.
"bob tisch" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Story of the United States Olympic basketball team that won gold in Barcelona in 1992 known worldwide as dreams. No section of my book Dream team got as much attention as the chapter I called the greatest game nobody ever saw. Which is exactly what I'm calling this episode six of the Dream team tapes. I'm Jack McCallum. And today I tell you what happened in Monte Carlo the week before the dreamers went on to Barcelona for the Olympics. Some recap team had its initial training in San Diego went on to play the qualifying tournament in Portland. But Chuck Daly in the folks at USA Basketball didn't want to go to Barcelona Cold. So they set up a week of pre Olympic training in a place where everyone goes when they want to train seriously. Money. Carlo Pierre, right? It was a brilliant move. Really. The players may not have wanted to practice, but they knew the good times they could have in money, Carlo It wasn't a sybaritic as you might think. Most of them brought along their families. The team was going directly from Monte Carlo to Barcelona. I remember looking at them when they checked into the lows. Money, Carlo it looked like a group family vacation of millionaires. Which is exactly what it wass strollers, luggage, baby sitters, more luggage, more baby sitters, more luggage. Charles Barkley was one of the few who was batch ing it. So the mind cannot begin to grasp what a great time he must have had in that haven for gamblers, models and folks with a few money. The fact that they were there it all was a testament to the compromise is made for the dream team. Because in the early years of his tenure as commissioner The late great David Stern was fervently anti gambling. Having grown up following the college basketball point shaving scandals. That wrecked hoops in New York City for a long time. But he was also the legal guardian, and he recognised at a training camp and say Fort Wayne, Indiana was not the inducement he needed to get the players to buy in. So he began talking to a tennis buddy, New York Giants owner Bob Tisch, who also owned the Loews Hotel. Including a showpiece property in Monaco..
"bob tisch" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson
"There's so much noise in this New York area this metropolitan that if you let it affect you let it is like your emotion then you have no chance to be successful in New York. Sports will chew up and spit you out. If you're if you're in and I think Daniel has shown is that you like you Li- any criticism can roll off his back. The praise Kinda does as well right. He recognizes that we know how good he is. You can't be but you can't buy into it because it's like a setup in New York they set you up. They build you up. You Get up on that pedestal to take stuff. I mean it's it's not even like two or three jobs before the tree comes down. You know what I mean so I think he got the right mentality for this market So yeah I think he can be the Guy. He's got skillset athletic And if the offense you know taking Taylor's around his skills I think you'll definitely be successful. You've seen very jeeter handle it. Well Yuppie Carmelo Anthony Despite the kind of losing But having a playoff appearances twenty thirteen and Eli Andrew the very well the million dollar question is Eli Manning. First ballot question He is a hall of Famer. There's no doubt about it. The question about first ballot is timing. 'cause think about the peers that he's going in around And I think he maybe has an an an advantage because he's not gonNA lie with his brother. Peyton who retired a couple years before he's not going to align with drew brees. You're still playing or Tom Brady. And so he might get fortunate because he is a hall of Famer income into a class. That doesn't have a quarterback waiting. You know what I mean. Does it have a guy who's a guarantee hall of Famer waiting and it's interesting because this conversation comes up all the time is is. Is Tom Brady? Better than unite. Yeah you could say Tom Brady is better than you live. You live be poisons. Super Bowls is is better than his brother debatable. They had same number of success. In super bowls with peyton manning was this icon eclair and so when you start comparing. Eli to his peers. The Payton's and drew breezes Aaron Rodgers. Tom and Tom Brady. You could probably put them all above. Eli But when it comes to the hall of fame. It's all about timing and the narrative around your timing. I think Eli might be a first ballot hall of Famer because he. He hits the the finalist list at the right time. That's real. Tom Brady signed with the buck. Love it I'd love it. You always funny. I talked to my brother. Who's actually played golf? Workers chills. Dude you ever imagine down there in Tampa but what I signed. I was like what does this mean. You think it's simple bro. For the first time in a long time. Maybe since Jon Gruden was there back in early two thousand two thousand and two three when they won super bowl people care about the Tampa. Bay buccaneers. Right you're talking point. Air Conversation point an expectation above mediocrity like significantly above mediocrity for the Tampa. Bay buccaneers. Deal and that alone is worth signing. Tom Brady know given the fact. They are back offensively with Chris. Godwin and Mike Evans. And then I'll rob Gronkowski's there. They got three good tight ends. So those anyhow camera great So they can. They can versatility of this. Offense is going to be. You know amazing. I Love Bruce Arians. I literally have known him since the day I was born because he and my father were graduate assistant at Virginia Tech. Back in nineteen seventy five He's the he's the coolest dude in the room with this tangle and you'll have a scotch with Tell you how it is. You know what you mess it up or or so embraced job. Let's go celebrate right and I think it's a great environment for Tom's to wind out his career and have fun. Now let people ask me why the timely is New England and they just want to have some fun. It's great to win but sometimes you want to have fun doing what you're doing and they're gonNA have a lot of it down there and I think they're gonNA have success. Despite the fact that it's probably the toughest division football quite a scooby radio on the line routine potter. Nfl The last dance and golf has got all skating backward. Ohio bathrooms you. It was interesting to watch the last dance where you saw Dennis. Rodman slapping Carl Malone's but the finals and he and I get charged. I arrested right different Arab. Man We are so litigious these days like come on it was. There was no malice. Aforethought with Odell Beckham was doing around talking about the Lsu Championship When he was down there I mean yeah maybe a little bit you know high on something new great little bit little bit little man. I mean. He's celebrating his Alma Mater. Victory I mean. Lsu Is I mean been good but they never been like dominant and if you're an alum you just you you revel in that man and he's one of the great alums from Lsu. So I get. Yeah but you know back. In the last dance era the Dennis Rodman and Carl Malone Arish Different and is the malice and the power that'd be everything that teams the world is a world of sports but I think it was like for the first time ever a fan realize you have no business being in an altercation with professional athletes right and so but that was the era of the this this last dance Was In and you know you could get away with being off the wall a little bit and you know spilling pans or being passive aggressive and all these other things in today's society because it's so social media influence and expose anything you do even if it's benign gets blown out of proportion and you can't. You can't control the narrative right. You can't you can't you. Well this is what actually happened. It doesn't matter because people are going to say what happened. At least what they think happened And and it and it and it Kinda gets out of hand it was funny because we're all locked in up like watching stuff on you know these streaming platforms and my wife. And I started watching the great on Hulu. It's about yes or in the great In her husband Peter who was Peter the great son but he's kind of a a do Offense and she wants to take over the country and so there's a point where Russia and Sweden or war in the two leaders of the countries. Peter and I forget the sweetest President name me and the wife of the Swedish President says our emperor says the first instance. No matter what happens the first lie wins. You know what I mean right. The I live wins Until like I think about social media these days if if I get out there or something gets out there it's it's GonNa win you know it's hard to like overtake it. And so when a narrative gets out there about a player. It's really hard to change it even if it's not true yeah look. Jr Smith with the right people have profession that he was one way fighting that he was getting trial for the Lakers. And other places that's right and it's it's not fair because they are baller lose moment In a in a in a in a postseason game and it's like it defines and that's not that's not who he is man you know so i WanNa go back. Go back because you talked about. Branding related to your brother. Basically melting it this all that you can get certain amount of I'm on the way yeah You saw the watch. This season was at about genius. And you just seen being Yom. I'm curious from your perspective. He would leave Cleveland. What team would he fit like well? Kush Dallas maybe Her team that could handle the in Houston handling big egos like that. Dallas would be ideal. I would hate it. Though he goes came from my giant right why twice a year and it might be the kind of movie it will put him over the top. They don't need them. The cowboys are so deep right now at wide receiver with Amari Cooper and they drafted CD lamb And helping Michael Gallup is good as well so I mean. They don't need them but the Dallas would would you know because of the of the their ability to absorb egos like that other than that. I mean it's hard to think of a team that fits like his personality From a coaching standpoint from ready you know other players on that team standpoint Yeah hard thousands. The only one that jumps to mind here. Why as crazy as it sounds the cowboys man? Why are you thinking that it was it more from a personality You know when this happened when this happened a couple of years ago. I was one of the first things we've posited there's I think they'll want it to be traded. I know it's being positioned as the giants are getting rid of getting rid of a headache prevent quotes but I. I felt like Odell wanted out of New York. Because it was becoming so much of a distraction and He felt and I even said this. That the structure of the offense with an aging. Eli compromise offense of wine. He wasn't going to ever reach his fullest potential with with the giants as they were currently constructed. Now the crazy thing is if you hung on for another year and then Jones comes in and you start to build some of these weapons around him Odell Beckham when she was giants right now. I mean forget about skill with him Saquon and Daniel Jones I mean I would have would have been sick. All right. Girling shepherds and various Slayton. Read a good season last year I it's a shame But also why it didn't work is because he got bigger like his brand his brand got bigger than the brand. It was on the field. And that's just really. It becomes untenable Tonio Brown Clayton coming. I think you will and I think he probably will play with the Baltimore Ravens It just feels like his messaging. His personal messaging has changed I mean I what I what I trust that fully. Probably not just because history is show That he gets radic at times but he's got a relationship there obviously because Hollywood brown is his cousin And He seems like Mark Lamar Jackson in him a good working relationship John Hore Ball. Has You can talk about potential of it happening. So I do think he'll get a shot as long as he stays stable And I don't know if he didn't counseling or or help but his outbursts have ceased and really that's why that's keeping him out of the League it was you couldn't trust what was gonna come out of his. We're really not his mouth but really what's going to come off with his his twitter account And I think if that comes he hasn't a great can't to get back into the game like Shaun Alexander is like. Tim Duncan Football. He was born but he was the brother from another mother. Dude Stove my rushing title story. No I think this one hurts me right. It's two thousand five was great. I had a great season in two thousand and five rush right. You know yard at five hundred and sixty or so receiving yards in twenty three hundred all purpose yards. I mean I it was the year for me and I knew it was going to be because it was the season that Wellington Beira and Bob both of our owners sick and we knew that they were GonNa pass away in close call kept telling us like we are the team of records for Bob Tisch Chimera and so every game. Miss something to me I through two hundred yards three times season And so going into our last game that year we were playing the the Oakland Raiders Right. And so we're out in Oakland and you know I just I crush it man. I have like a hundred hundred You know like ninety eight maybe actually had over two hundred art game and And I jumped over. Shaun Alexander for the rushing lead. Now he was handling personal business on the east coast. They hit their record. 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"bob tisch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"A guy come in for a little while but up there the plaques and like I said that it truly does not get much sweeter than that enjoy the night with your family thanks a lot that's Peyton manning in the locker room let's go back downstairs standing by Stephen Jonathan Tisch the other half of joint ownership Papa Papa all right we're here with Steven Johnson to Stephen I'll start with you can you put into words what this feels like I think the only word I can use words like unbelievable spectacular awesome deserve these guys played their hearts out not just tonight I mean they played their hearts out tonight but all season Coughlin got them to play as a team the play with passion to play with character and they played with all of those behaviors tonight and that's why we walked off that field the winner Jonathan the history of the New York Giants has always been about family and for the past seventeen years it's the Mara and Tisch family can be put into words what it feels like knowing your father's watching from have been witnessing this Steve my sister and I are so fortunate that we had Bob Tisch as the person who taught us so much about partnerships and the other side John Mayer is leading his family in a similar fashion willing to mera worked together so well for seventeen years and because we now will carry that on New York Giants have a very bright future does that make a tough decision I asked John Mara this few minutes ago twelve months ago nine months eleven months ago you have to make a decision on your coach figure out what direction we're heading in but in the true giant tradition you guys are always looking for continuity and Tom Coughlin made it all pay off to Tom Coughlin deserves to be really college as a leader of this team and he got these guys to play as a team he really enforce this is not about individuals it's about team and he just made this year he made a spectacular contribution and his contribution really god got us here tonight Johnson final question what do you make the big trade is an organization for the quarterback and all you want is three minutes ago on the game the ball in his hands and let's see what you can do and that's what quarterbacks look for I just talked to Peyton manning he said it's better to be down for than three and that's a tuition could you stay abreast of it's all worth it isn't it why has led this team in a way where a year ago he was being questioned the coach is being questioned ownership was being questioned but this was a team effort I was there the culture there and so many other people this organization is extremely proud today and Wellington and Bob are smiling Johnson Steven Fisher in the locker room we're going to rotate right through and welcome to the locker room right now Antonio Pearson Tom Coughlin sharing a warm embrace I often go to the giants coach can you can you put into words what this means to you in this organization well I could put into words but I mean the feeling I don't know that the words properly expresses or for this football team to win the World Championship and bring the world championship back to New York New Jersey back to the New York Giants organization is just a wonderful thing but this I'm so happy and thrilled for our players and our coaches.
"bob tisch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"This the Yankees on what there is actual audio from how we roll courtesy backed that up W. what they N. one Mike piazza hit that home run against the Atlanta Braves in tears roll down the face of met manager Bobby Valentine that believer Jon Frankel at the time and all of New Yorkers old America cried with them that was an amazing baseball post season let's not forget what football did that year especially our next guest has become a dear friend of mine but they went to his house in hocus New Jersey a couple of times he spent nineteen ninety seven to two thousand three coaching the New York football giants had three double digit win seasons including a twelve and four season of the year two thousand and got the giants to Superbowl thirty five a terrific coach and a great guy live from Las Vegas this morning my friend Jim fossel Jim how are you pal I'm doing great I was looking forward to talking to you guys thank you will see a lot of great mayor Rudy Giuliani well hi Mary how are you Jim how are you feeling how you doing I'm doing good and I I I don't know if you remember when I first got back there what month the first month when I got named Bob Tisch took me we came to your house and had dinner with some of your friends and I was very nice I remember very very well I remember how great a coach you are how much what what a great guy you are nine eleven unbelievable like Jim told me the story and it stayed with you yeah it really did know he lives it every day Jim tell me the story you play the game in Denver Monday night that's September the tenth U. flight back overnight early Tuesday morning September eleventh and you're going back to Newark airport in New Jersey telling the story of what plane you park next to one and what happened next well yeah there was a I can remember like it was yesterday we you know they pick Denver Broncos do they have a new stadium and the US because we were in the Super Bowl may like that first time Monday big big deal and we landed and I have my secretary's save be in the office we're going to work about seven o'clock in the morning and the players went home and I was there certain working about it and she came in this is Jim turn your TV on there was a plane crashed into one of the towers really and so I turned it on and work in but I'm watching it the second one one AM this is an accident man we're interested even before that even before you saw the planes hit did you tell me that when you landed at the airport in New Jersey that morning that you want plain actually taxied and pulled up right next to the ill fated flight United flight ninety three well you know that's what I've been told that you know it wasn't a pilot on that thing so the rules right now I know that it was close to us and you know and then you know the other thing is for me my hand your classmates from Anaheim high school and chick Burlingame he was the captain of the flight he came out of the the Pentagon Omar and and yeah he and his wife were going back to their wrists for their anniversary or something back to Anaheim California and the last minute uses one of you just come on home and all that and then well they they took that plane down and we've got a scholarship in a memorial for the high school I'm sorry you lost them and it was really just I mean everyone has some connection to it it's amazing it's very hard not to find someone that has a personal connection even though you know the number of people was about three thousand injured but but a personal connection for for almost everyone yeah here is the thing that I feel really good mess with attached me to nine eleven mayor we were talking you were good to me and everything and we talked and would you come over there and walk around and shake the hands of fire departments all that stuff yeah I did I came I came over there was a bodyguard we walked around and he gave me a connection and that's why I raise the money and for the fire department the police department of a million dollars I did that because the C. those guys yeah and and then and then you know getting back playing I don't know if any of any of the athletes really understood how important that was because people needed something else to think about even if it was just you know four or five hours once a week and then they needed something else to talk about that week I mean I I people that are sports fans don't realize it's not just watching the game the real son is talking about right and he drove away from a subject that's taken away a big part of our normal lives and that's one of the problem now there are too many things we have in our life right now that we normally do that keep us happy and keep us engaged and that's why I think we got to start get back but I mean that's a different point but you guys you guys football baseball particularly because you are the two big sports at the time really helped to bring America back to work from nine eleven much less than it would have well there's a lot of people there that are you know jumped in to help and everything like that and I remember okay when we when we got back Tuesday morning the Wednesday the players had to come back in our car the doctor would come in and look form the injuries and this and that and everything else and he always came up and told me what was this this guy can play he's not gonna be able play this match we should Jim I'm gonna call the league office because you guys can't play I'm looking at these players you can you can not put them on the field do they do at that time the NFL did not cancel the game and when he talked to the commissioner and stuff that's what I got yeah cancel wow wow I know the players were having difficulties so you don't one of the great points about that particular team Jim your team that got the Superbowl thirty five will be at a loss to Baltimore was besides having a great coach and you get some real good veteran leadership guys like Michael Strahan who now does news on good morning America ironically tiki so you want a bunch of guys on the football team that we're kind of savvy veterans we'll real new Yorkers and I know much like you Jim they helped with relief efforts to I think they met the mayor down at the the site and did things like that right yes they did and you know we did everything we could and the one thing is also was at the you know the the players they wore baseball hats on why they did that a lot and so we're going to go play Kansas city chiefs of staff and all my players I got a picture of a wonderful picture my house big one with us we do think the Kansas city chiefs and every player and Wellington Mara the maybe we had our police or fire department our heads and Kansas city is a hard place to play but when we took the field there the the crowd gave us a standing ovation also and that he was bringing America together really was absolutely one hundred percent absolutely correct really a very very very very the next were the first to do that they were on the road they called up my office I wasn't able to and they wanted to know whether you get extra caps and Ritchie Shearer who is the head of emergency management called a baseball and somehow well look them up and about radical of the fire department the police department and got the heads and then got got into baseball and eventually every team one then the Yankees get it the next day a couple teams and out of town for the hats one night really became a big symbol well yeah it really was and you guys are really close to it and I was too that you just feeling that the the the the United States and everyone else was just pulled together this pulled together but whatever you were doing you forget about it just forget about it is more about what they attack us with you know how many people we were lost and you know the one thing is you guys know where the stadium is in the parking lot the big parking lots there people would be able to park their car get on a bus and go over to New York to work and those cars were there and when I come in the morning you know when I was around and I can see it anyway but that that was a big thing transportation for people injured right to get order New York okay right after nine eleven after nine eleven every morning and I drove in the parking lot was almost still full of god and it was a very feeling because you know those people to their car gathered at nine eleven well Jim apostle former coach of the giants made a rude mayor already Giuliani and sit here you know you guys Rudy you bring it up in gym you bring it up how how the country pulled together it's not like that now we are a country divided everything that happens in this country ends up being politicized it's going to it's actually very ugly right now and it's not that way unfortunately now back then I think the end up there was only one for a couple of weeks now we've missed sports for a couple of months so there's an eerie similarity Jim fossel who brings you back to nine eleven but what do you think the NFL will do this year I think they'll start on time you think you think they'll be fans at some point when you think happens in the NFL this year I think I think they're going to start on time it's going to be tight it's gonna be real tight and if they have any setbacks no they're not going to start on time but I think everything is moving in that direction if you're going to have a chance now you know I talked to my son all the time he went to Dallas Cowboys Steffi moved over there and he's on the ranch he was on the lam Superbowl law coaching team two years ago yeah yeah yeah then the his contract was up and I'm the only one the next day his agent had that call them and Dallas once you read this you know using these outstanding coach but yeah he's now it with Dallas Cowboys and I I talked to him all the time and we just I think there's.
"bob tisch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The carton and we are role until six AM and then return here will be on at six so I open the program with as you know by now you know song interludes for each and everyone of the topics setting up so I set the table tonight with for Georgia line in the rec center if you meant to be a school of meant to be it'll be it'll be so happy healthy new year for everybody by the way and do you know that the bottom line is the NFL's winning business and a nine in twenty three record over two seasons just doesn't cut it in the New York minute so now my new year's resolution for the New York Giants because I went around to the giants jets and he's a mass in the one for the giants was I just I just hope that they find some stability in what has been one of the most tumultuous decades in all of its storied history the candidates are a fluid situation there's like seven or eight of them lined up for me it's going to be between Mike McCarthy mac rule I hope they go Mike McCarthy I don't know I just think that the giants are in a situation where they they can't mess up they can't screw this up you know as always but did this one more than ever because you've got talent on this team it's going to have to get paid sooner or later or traded I mean this this is it get a defense in there I mean the deck giants defensive rankings were among the worst in the league in all the major statistical categories so you know I just think it's time I think it's time for the giants to to put a defense on the field and see what happens then for me I'm I'm kind of sorry departure went actually because there are number different reasons why I think you should state most importantly being the development of Daniel Jones and David Jones was the best rookie quarterback this season and by doing so for being sacked thirty eight times in thirteen games ninth most in the NFL I mean he was under siege so give me a line give a defense see what happens I think the giants are a lot closer than people think they are they just need to get the the right guy in there let's go to Nyack New York Pat you're on the fence good morning how are you I'm good how are you that I think it's amazing you're teaching them doing the same time it's a lot of it and get into trouble you wouldn't believe what I read that it pretty much hold me so my thunder would I think the giants had to get Mike McCarthy you know you talk with the jets get should take your hired yes they should come in there in an adult in the room yeah and I think he would really straighten things out yeah I agree that's it yeah yeah I mean exactly because and you're only interesting you talk about great Williams one of what if you get it if you go somewhere well that's the I'm going to Cleveland or someplace that's the fear because it you know defensive coordinator of the year award is only been around since two thousand fourteen but if he were to win that which with all the injuries everything and they still perform the way they did I think he's a leading candidate for it four out of those five guys have gone on to head coaching jobs immediately afterwards so that is a big fear among for me and for jets fans I ride with thank you yeah that that's always a possible you know that's why they think the giants hired for sure were thank you he ate that yet because I think they're afraid that their freedom we also go Graham so this is a movie shot you know the storm expedited the you know seven Tom after the pastor and yeah yeah and and look and look where that got them yeah yeah it's true hello yeah thanks for the call I appreciate it set out to Manhattan and burning you're on the fence Erin your are you doing I'm good how are you Vernon bill good vision of building here and I want you to help me out okay I will bet my pillow the rookie card fan yeah against my friends rookie card of an injection okay here's the bet who's going to win the Superbowl tell me who's gonna win I'll put up much Peter loves rookie card I need your help I know there's gonna be no retribution is right I mean this is what the mob coming after yourself the I have to go with the leading MVP candidate Lamar Jackson my leading candy for coach of the year in Harbaugh I like the Baltimore Ravens okay sounds good I'll put my bed of have a nice day call back for an exam want to see how that that ended up going for you please call back during by that no I hope he doesn't come after me if I'm wrong no no no no no I I I think it's I think it's gonna be the Baltimore Ravens I mean they have a great defense that changes up the scheme to fit the team that they're playing suppose my mind how as a high school coach I'm like change my game plan to fit the team that I'm playing we're in the NFL coaches don't do that when I heard Phil Simms said that once I was like are you kidding me that that blows my mind Mike in New Jersey you're on the fence are you know good morning yeah yeah you're great thank you you know what I'm I'm interesting to see what happens I'm not a giant anima dolphin redskin fan I'm like misery now you hear in this guide all of sudden Bob Tisch is going to come from California like the guy on the white wasn't saved the giants all these years Meara were on this really your kitchen in California where a more how's that going to work one is each long you gonna come and are they listening to you about Gelman I don't like his attitude at all it's terrible no one knew the new year's yeah no he works for the giants but yet I need to her again and he doesn't like I don't have to talk to you yes you do yeah you should have taken a walk off the flag when they got ready human eyes only when I feel I think Gelman the knock and he's hard to get along with yeah and that's probably why we haven't seen a Mike thanks for the call that I mean like I said before you don't if you don't interact with them you don't you don't get it you know you don't see it and then once he gets behind a microphone in need you know give the lost the farm to their the reporter and you know if you could tell when he was reading prepared statements and that that's probably why you don't see it I'll be honest buy and and people are still split I think if I took a poll right now maybe a porn of act coach McCartney on Twitter M. C. C. A. R. T. a and yeah I'll do that on a break do you think that sure Gilman should have gone out the door with Schirmer and I would venture to guess that it should be about my estimation would be fifty fifty that's what I think and the be a fifty fifty split so because government has done a great job in the draft on these were great he's done a great job and draft however in paying Eli manning come back all that money for three games too games was not worth it and and I hate to be like I hate to say it like that but if you look at it from a business standpoint it wasn't worth it and and you know the Leonard Williams trade was head scratching I think the jets won that trade to be honest and I think the jets are actually in a better position with their new GM the giants are in with they've got him in and we do these comparisons all the time you know and unfortunately that's that's that's where for fortunately it's the market we live in we have to NFL teams we like to compare the Kevin amount Arlington you're on the fence are you doing there near happy new year to thank you listen with the giants what do you think bring it back Coughlin as to GM and hiring McCarthy as the coach I think number one yeah another question yeah what year our take on their I think Coughlin might be at the end of the of the road here because of what happened in Jacksonville I I like the old school I like the five minutes really kind of rule but I mean they had the Jackson Jaguars had the most grievances filed in all of the NFL against a front office so I think that never happened up here yeah two years ago though you know times have changed the athlete has changed I deal with it every single day the athlete has changed all that so it didn't work here I mean it worked here but that was how many years ago and it's not working in Jacksonville this is for now another question with their draft pick would be eager really go for defense number four five draft pick yeah I mean I yeah hi this is that's a good question and we're probably gonna debate this for for many years many years many weeks to come here Kevin thank you for that if I were the giants I would go offense of line because where they're sitting in the draft order they don't have and they don't have a chance at at chase young I mean you have the red skins in front and who are gonna take a I mean they have the quarterbacks of their gonna go defense and I think what that leaves a giant is is or what should be a stud offensive lineman and I've always preached that the Tennessee model you know take the often to tailor lawn Jack Conklin take them high up in and you'll see what happens versus the in apple's colds model where they have neglected and the giants have neglected to the offense of line I think the colts it was a stand that they'd had unless we gave turn member of talk my head but they hadn't selected alignment office of line in the colts in the first round it's something like fifteen years something like that and I think the jets was twelve years before they selected on man golden Ferguson but when trying to say is you have to protect your quarterback getting sacked thirty eight times in thirteen games someone to improve me before yeah where was it I wanna giving Paul Paul and Connell tweeted me a set thirty eight sacks as a PlayStation Xbox statistic yeah it is and you don't want your Daniel Jones to fall in in in into the same category as Andrew luck because by the time they started drafting linemen the colts Andrew luck was already to hurt too far gone in it truncated career early because of their add resistance or ineptitude the colts in in drafting or even signing good offensive line so now the debt the giants are pretty much removed from the chase.
"bob tisch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Through in Trenton joins us was of true Hey Mike are you looking at the next salary cap for next year and about half of that if you do not have the salaries non guaranteed so that's why they did it they they did they took the veteran players it for a year but they're not guaranteed contracts for next year so they can get rid of him that later in the season so which I think is great and which is no reason why I think that you clean house now because I don't want your mil make any more decisions moving forward to meet it's a it's a good job right now obviously you know MSG number one but if somebody's coming in there's a GM of the they they actually have some room to work with the salary as opposed to previous years so I I I I think he needs time to make trying to make a move and you have to go after whoever those Jack in Canada it is I'm curious what you think listen I understand what you're saying if they get the right person is so it you know if they get the right person to rebuild the team then that's the I mean they have to get they have to get the right person in there that's what it comes down to I mean they have not done a good job they have not made good decisions they really haven't they have made very very poor decisions they've done a very bad job they really have but that there's not there's not any level of in this local he's in this low this low then they take bad shots they don't play defense I mean it's just that it's it's just listless there's nothing there that's positive nothing there's nothing that is good nothing Tony in Elmwood park what's up Tony Hey Mike I want to talk about the ground as a whole think in it but what I'm well I was on hold that you say that solution to sign feeling is to put a headset on the pitcher and a microphone on the catcher no what I said was you could transfer you got a guy was talking about transmitting different ways of transmitting signals to without giving the signals so that they could be stolen visibly I said one way you could do what he could do it with a microphone a bit with the technology have now we could do that very easily and on the bottom not gonna hear the catcher well you know what I don't think he would I think you could actually the I I mean you could actually get a quick but that is so technical that you really couldn't you could also do with thing where he could actually have a thing where he could actually hear from just tap but he could he could actually put a finger and actually just press something which would give him what number it is that he pressed which were telling what pitch it was you know what I mean the technology now is so advanced you could actually had he could have a a something on his chest protector that'd be good press something like that where he would it would be very easy to do if you want to get technical about it but I don't think it's necessary to go to these expense I really don't think it out I mean you know I I mean there's so many different ways you could transmit information transmit information now if you wanted to but I really don't think it's necessary his what did they actually broke the rules evidently if they broke the rules like this you make an example of them and make it a penalty that someone will take good notice that they won't do it again and that's the end of it you know that's all and with that with that obviously this manager is very interested in in see if you hear all the stuff this magic obviously is a very big has very big thing about stealing signs are obviously I think the ground has a chance only because you know the guys that are voting cy young no I'm not the the wind it's been totally disregarded and in terms of this of the awards that he's wanting and these are the same guys that whether it's probably gonna be what fifteen years from now when you could be considered for the hall of fame really the same guys that are considering his candidacy and I think by that time the concept of the wind is not going to be what it was like when the thirty years ago but his and they'll be looking at total so solo I mean this solo it's it's it's the way it is it's such a meeting would start now Hey listen more meaningless by the time you know for the whole night so you gonna put guys in base with that and ready and and I think that's over done because I think they were pitches I am not accusing the ground of this but there are pinches who pitched in the school I mean they're all guys who have a have a losing three two and there are guys my my and there are guys because we'll you would Illinois complete I completely on this I I completely understand your promise we all know it's a different world now analytically we all know that they're looking at different numbers now than they have a look that before you're absolutely right that that they don't they look that taking it to what the fifth pitcher controls what he doesn't control but I actually think it's a little over done because they're all pitchers who pitched their team on their off pitches who clamp down when they have a one run lead and they're a pitches who don't so I and I'm not accusing the grommet doing that I think the grounds numbers are very unusual they just almost freakishly unusual so but for most but I I I think the idea of making the win total or totally irrelevant is not right either because I think that that that doesn't work for me it really doesn't I understand the premise and in the big picture of the premise yes you can get incredible number runs scored for you and you could get lucky and have that happen but you see the grommets so freakishly negative to run support that it's unusual most guys will form the middle he falls in a very weird place never seen anything like the ground you know where you would have what we would give up no runs a one run and and V. as in V. in games where you would be tied after seven innings like fifteen times I mean it's freakish it really is it but he has been in that situation he really has Joey and his friends it was a joint Mike was Margot that Celtics a little bit com have you noticed direct with fast bought yeah I have them really play anybody but I have noticed there was to assess the well a profession creams our account mean depends who you play it does a little bit but yes they're off to a fast thought I mean now they got to play without he would but they they've done a good job the coach is a very good coach and he learned the right the the old Celtic way which was read all books way is that always come out of the gate fast and knocked that first ten wins off very very quickly put those in the mail that's all I don't want to sell that was always there and it was always the Celtic way always this old but great I I I want to see if you agree with this do you think that they're better off without chi re though I'm not comparing the two plays as much as I and their their decision to complement Kemba Walker can run you couldn't you think that'd be me behind the morning well listen and I think it again I think that this coach did what was the right like I said you'll Celtic way where he had his team very well conditions and you come out of the box fast and you still want your games to the top of the season by being very conditions and putting a premium on these first game some coaches don't put a premium on the first bunch of games they have put a premium on it I don't know when the long run I think I read did did not get along with a lot of guys on the team especially Tatum which was an issue Tatum is still very erotic I mean the ninety one like one for you know the two fifteen to work or go to yeah he's he settles for a lot of shots but you can walk is played well he's finished the games well for them which is a positive way he can come in and make big shots in the fourth quarter and take over the fourth quarter and be their go to guy in the fourth quarter and he's got that role with that seems a question now Hey would was having a good year but Walker has clearly taken that role with the team that way he's gonna take big shots down the stretch Jeff in Oceanside was of Jeff Hey Mike are you doing tonight good what's up two things real quick on the Astros I know this show I know you don't care about that yet your opinion was saying they killed attends was part stripping the title do you feel that's too far I do not think there's any way they do that okay yeah I thought that was a bit ridiculous yeah I know it is a way they I don't think there's any way they stripped the title okay and then all with the ground I know you said you'd win title winning amounts but what all giving statement with I don't think it's that crazy he wants to more so young right in simple yet like walking in or or twelve eighty eight you know what high strikeouts low where you know AS foresaw Yongle rookie of the year I want to be here at the met that you do make a big play out Ron I needed and VP of one of the theories we have an end to a post season MVP I work for the year and was still young but only a hundred and fifty men is that enough yes I think he will be remembered in the generation as a dominant pitcher I think is the array will be very competitive is what will be very competitive I think people will from that standpoint I think he will get in I I I I do think from that with what you mentioned I think he will be I think the other thing holding him back now is he's already thirty one and he's only pitched a handful of years so he's really got to stay in very good shape and really be good for another five or six years minimum for that to happen because he's not going to have you know he's not gonna have a fifteen year career he's just these two old so that Adam in Oceanside was of Adam at first I just want to thank you for thirty years you've been entertaining us and distracting us from whatever's going on during the day and will certainly miss we we find you as you move on question about the giants yeah Jody on that twenty five years of pretty consistent success in the Superbowl and all that in the past seven years Mike it doesn't seem to get it right you look at teams like the ravens the whole consistently competitive you look at things like San Francisco figure out how to rebuild and make themselves competitor wherever the giants get it wrong I think Mr value waiting everybody you know we really question and they told her as much what factors about where they get it wrong I think they get the wrong on every level I think that I think they have basically hit a point where there is no I'll even say there is actually that they haven't been on the same page as an organization since they built a new stadium I think sometimes they pull in two directions since the new stadium nobody brings that up much but I do think it's more a case I don't think there is the co he I don't senses as the cohesion that was there inside that organization where everything pulled in the same direction I think now at times they're not on the same page see I think that Wellington Mara and Bob Tisch were a perfect complement they were both guys accomplished in their own fields gentleman in a big way and I don't think they ever pulled in opposite directions I think they always pull the same direction which is remarkable when you have colonus remember the matter is needed to find someone to on the team income stash and Titian Meyer were a great team together and ms and Bob Tisch who I knew fairly well was a guy that you you know you never would have thought he was a billionaire I click billionaire he was a bright man but he was he didn't act that way he was is not the and missed the marriage didn't act that way either an ominous I didn't act like he was a big deal we just was a very down to earth guy and his love was that team I mean and that league I mean that was is that and he was one of the great visionary's because if he had been a jerk if he had been like Jerry Jones was with Jerry Jones was like Hey Mike how boys sell all this so I get more if if he'd said I'm in New York I'm not share in the TV money equally with Cleveland with Green Day.
"bob tisch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Way using all those assets for one position. Makes no sense. Mike flow pockets. Like. How are you? My best. It's a head scratcher with the giants did. But I was you a lot and what I'm getting out of what you're talking about. And believe me, I know dysfunction from ownership with the dolans and the Mets ownership. Do you think this dysfunctional about the giants ownership because if I were fan, I get to vote every four years I voting somebody's only ships out. Maybe not the giants yet. No. The Chilean ownership is X has been excellent. I don't think I let me say it this way. I don't think this generation of partners get along as the old generation upon us that. I don't think I don't think they get along the same way that the other guys that I don't think the team is a smooth. I don't think it's a smooth a ship as the I think, I think Wellington matter and Bob Tisch were a rare tandem in that they were co-owners who I think were guys who just got along great allowed each have their role. Mr. Tisch was a guy who had been phenomenally successful in business. He was a tycoon. He had made a fortune with his brother. He was postmaster general. He had had his utes success in business. Wellington marrow was one of the giants of the sport. And was one of the reasons why the league is had the success that did. Was one of the real patriarch figures of of the century for the NFL, and I think Mr. tissue understood that allowed misdemeanor to be that. And I think that was a very good marriage. I think what happens is sometimes ownership gets muddled a little bit. And I think I don't think they run things as well as they did when those with it. That's my point. I also I also think the new stadium has not been a positive. I think it's been I think it's been a negative and a lot of ways I think it has it is it was a big advantage for the giants to have the wind swirling. Also, I think it's not the same fan base anymore. They chased the way a lot of their fans with the with with the seat licenses which they needed to build the stadium and the bottom line is they don't have the home field advantage. They had with the other stadium. Plus, I think that the stadium put a strain on things which didn't need to have. Henry jersey. What's very Mike kills me to say, but I agree with the stadium. If you look at the time lines and everything. He lies ability to early career. We knew games despite defense that was suspect. And obviously they won those runs. It was perfect storm with you. I still his knack for winning impromptu plays. Never was the best athlete, you know, that. But I look at his skills as they deteriorated. You can't say no matter what they've done. There's still I think twenty six teams on the five hundred in the last like seven years or something you'll have one eleven and five season. But some possible to prove I mean, you can go as the proof Russell once impossible to prove that quarterback play is into blame. When you've been inept at the time of what team. Tell me tell me team. Tell me team beams under five hundred for seven years and say quarterbacks been good what the team has been the the quarterback has been the same quarterback. He's always been the bottom line is the talent around them has gotten deteriorated and the offense of line was an embarrassment. This not a player in this league that can play behind a bad offense, a win no-one. Not anyone. No one can do it as good enough litas Aaron Rodgers. He can't do it. Nobody can do it. You cannot ask a player in this league to perform behind a bad offensive line. And they have deteriorated defensively and they deteriorate offensively. And if you wanna say he wasn't good enough to drag a team of awful players forward. That's a fair point. He has been able to do it. But the point that you think he's that different player than he was when they were winning. I don't agree. I don't think he was the best player. See I don't think he was the best player in the regular season when they were winning. I think what he had a knack full was. He was terrific in the big game. That's his neck. He never wowed. You wasn't gonna put up five hundred yard performances and put up fifty touchdown pass seasons. That wasn't Eli. But he lie was also never gonna melt in the big spot ever. Stared down in the toughest spots. Toughest places. Whether it was whether it was zero in Green Bay. Or was down fourteen three in Dallas. Or it was getting smacked every other play in San Francisco and standing up all that stuff as still winning games. And that's that's where he's been good. Been a good. Regular season quarterback and a terrific postseason quarterback. But they have given him. No. They have done a terrible job in valuating this team of terrible job in recent years, and they have gotten away from the formula who they are completely. Billion bay ridge was Billy Mike, and Mike no matter how good Daniel Jones turns out to be. It was the wrong pick at the wrong time. And basically, that's it. Well, listen, it is for one year because the idea that they're trying to the this year's anything except about Daniel Jones development is nonsense. This year now is no longer about. How many games they're going to win? It's about Daniel Jones development because that's all this franchise has now the only thing that matters to this franchise now. See Eli manning was always the most important player on this team. He's no longer the most important player on this team. Jones is now the most important player on this team because his future is what counts. His future. You can't have to franchise quarterbacks on the same team Gilman cold Gilman called him a franchise quarterback. That's their future. The question is what they press the button on their future. That's the question. What they did. They present. Because that's what it's about. And now all they're doing is counting the days until he plays nothing else with that franchise matters. Absolutely. Nothing. They're not going to be good enough. And to me. They just sit seven pack. Kevin Kevin, Mike how you doing? A you. I with that. I I agree with everything is saying, but my one problem with ally on this is Glenn everything the giants they've been giving him. He's been good. It's been pretty reciprocal. Why wouldn't you? I consider restructuring knowing what's going on. I mean, I understand these small. The restriction. But wouldn't that have been that you know, that they didn't turn them down? That's what I heard on that on that one. You didn't hear that? You never heard that. He didn't hear that. Because that has. Oh, so you know that you're telling me. Telling me that he lied turned that delight refuse to reduce contract that restructure isn't on-track part of tutoring. No, that's not. I don't make the stuff. Now. Tell me who said just tell me who you heard it from. 'cause I wanna I wanna I'm gonna go to them and ask them tell me who you heard from. In the morning pitas. Lega pita traeger said that he li- refused to restructure his contract. That's that's what you said. Because I don't believe it will ask him right now. Because I have never heard not one word giants fee as the light of restructures contract. Not one word. I have not seen that report anywhere. I have not seen it mentioned anywhere. Now, the second thing you said that he said he didn't want to mentor the quarterback he said two years ago. So that's fact, that's that's out there that he said he didn't think it was his job to mentor other quarterbacks. He did say that now realize always been known to be very good. Every quarterback has been here said he lies to them every single one. But he said it's not a job that he said, but I have never heard one minute of anybody saying or seen it reported anywhere that ally was asked to restructure is the and refused. And I will tell that guy that Peter Schrager said it, but I wanna know that he said it because I have never heard that anywhere billion bay ridge was Billy. Hey, mike. Yes. Yeah. Well, I remember the name the cloud stuff. And when you said the Yankee should have got that. Guy. Chris anyone talk about ally. And he's talking about the Yankees and Nate McLeod who is Nate MacLeod. Oh, the old Oriole. How many is it about ten years ago? Danny in Brooklyn was up. Mike, I say what damn hang up. I can't agree with you more the offense allies, the most important thing. They all these call. Is you take a look at Andrew luck. The guy had a Roach ruptured spleen with no line around them. Thanks Mike cannot win in this league. If they don't block for you, especially if you're an immobile quarterback, and Eli is okay. That that is the bottom line. You cannot win. It can't be done and the giants have put forth. If you've watched the genitive anybody to tell you this. They have had a Trojan offensive line for the last couple of years. It got better last year the second half of the year where they restructured the line it get better. And all of a sudden the offense started scoring points. What is is? What is the price in the second half the offense had one bad game, Tennessee, overpower them, and they got shut out the other seven games they averaged over thirty two points again. Chris hillsdale was Chris. They carry you. What's happened? I agree with everything he said today, and I was wrong about Tom Coughlin to you know, at least see would have been stable is Tom should've gone. And you know, what I think I was wrong. They would have been better. I think they would have been better off the state and the fans relationship is I know I can speak for myself as fractured since the new stadium has been built and kind of a lot of people where people that were hoping they could get in with a new stadium was fell. But when it comes to the draft in the quarterback where giants St. believe any room that they were looking at Rosen trait. I don't know that I do not know that I do know that what Gettleman said was accurate, at least another guy told me that is that they would not take any calls until the drafted already started on Rosen. So Gilman said that, and I think that was backed up by other teams that he and one other guy told me the same thing that they couldn't even get through to talk to him about it. So I I don't know if they liked Rosen or not I really can't say that. I don't have any information. Fritsch? We talked to Schrager Schrager said he never reported that never.
"bob tisch" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Like the bubble goes up because you just can't you just can't engage with that many people at once i think it's just a protective measure of like i just need to get where i'm going and push through and just and not have to deal with you don't eat bubbles we have cars out here are bubbles who did you like so you're you're going out there you're really young who did you kinda did you kind of get a couple of friends like on the show or the outside the show gilda was my first friend yeah and she took me over to she was in the middle of doing that lampoon album that's not funny that's sick and so that's when i first met herald ramos and bill murray brian doyle murray and bob tisch or and they said hey why don't you come and record with us so i did a chris guests to and so those are like some of the first people i met and then when i met tom schiller he looked familiar to me and we had gone to the same grammar school no i recognized him from that my sis had been his camp counselor you know it's it just it's all connected all worth road sevi connected so that the national lampoon crowd kind of does that feel a little similar to the groundlings now now it was so unto itself i really didn't know anything about the lamp poon i had never read it when lauren presented the show to me says it'll be a cross between sixty minutes and monty python and i i want his money pi on i'm just thinking that you know and nodding my head in disaster.
"bob tisch" Discussed on The Sidebar
"Wanted programming and the idea came to them in the middle of that environment and a couple of people said ah i think that will work and i think they thought it would work for a couple of reasons one nobody'd ever done it and to they could do it for a substantially lower amount of money than you would for in entertainment and sports network in a note there are so many people involved in the creation of cspan but bob rosen grandstands out why well there are a lot of people bob rosencrantz was the first guy to write a check back in 1978 uh there's a felony bob tisch it never gets any credit but i worked for him riding for a living with cablevision magazine and bob let me work halftime on creating this network he was the first guy to really put money in the pot uh and then there are all kinds of other people we had twenty two cofounders at the very beginning and each one of them own cable systems put money in a pot get it started but he was a very small and the beginning almost unnoticeable until it started because uh people never thought any by would watch the kind of thing that we do as a matter of fact we from the very day cynical journalists called us watching grass growing and they have kept that up for the last 40 years i get it i understand why but it's interesting in a society that spans four trillion dollars in their budget that we don't want to take the time to figure out what they're doing with her.
"bob tisch" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"There was a particularly big one junior year yes we were doing a show called the practical theater companies golden fiftieth anniversary jubilee which was ironic because the the company had only been existence three year then it was a very big hit in chicago and we were doing it in a space right next door to second city which then became the etc space anyway it was a big monster hit an unbeknownst to us one night the producers of saturday night live were in the audience and so after the show they came back stage and they offered assault jobs now was that totally out of the blue though because i mean i guess second city they've historically of scouted people out of there and i think you would even done some stuff with seconds yes i we're on a second city to yasser gutted a job in the touring company there too okay i was really busy outside of llinas said yeah we will but the idea that they would now be scouting practical theater company people was there any precedent for not that i knew of yeah yeah so you'd find it hard he owes who's like one of those moments in a in a movie yeah that seems like you go to hollywood kid so that nights performance or whatever you you wrap up you go backstage somebody did you even know they were out there when you were doing it know thank god because that would that would have sure it would have thrown me and at that point who are we talking about is this dick ebersol or who is yavuz dick ebersol and bob tisch ler and i think actually if memory serves i think tim casarin ski was there to that night but i could be wrong about that and this was all just the reason it would have been dick ebersol as a postal or muggles is this is right during that whatever.