19 Burst results for "Bobby Carpenter"

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

06:05 min | 2 weeks ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Mo Egger

"I godless compose it. Looks like he He's been there before you know he has. He's one of the most veteran starting quarterbacks in college football and especially you know you look across the top. Ten obama breaking into new quarterback ohio state breaking in a new quarterback. Bunsen breaking a new quarterback. George kind of has the guy who played a little bit us towards the end of the year and started looking better. But you know they have a veteran when you have a guy there. He has to look like that he can make all the throws. He's athletic he can move around. And you know it's really. He should be the point. Where you know his downside. The bad place he makes are so few and far between and it's really just maybe missing on ball placement but he should never miss a really should never really get food. And i think you're gonna probably you're gonna see that out of this year. Now bobby carpenter the game tomorrow for. Espn plus kicks off at three. Thirty from nipper stated. Can you imagine preparing for an opponent in which they played three games the previous year know. It's tough trying to look and kind of evaluate. What these teams are especially. It seems in the midwestern footprint. The mac the big ten some of the c. You know look out on the west coast like teams you know. Didn't play a whole lot of games and you started late due there. Were some issues now and so you have such a small body of work and even if they played more. You're trying to figure out. Well you know this guy played in twenty nineteen but he opted out and twenty twenty and he'll why were they better. Why were they worse. What are they going to try and do this year. I think early on in the season is going to be huge feeling out process to try to figure out or some of these teams more like twenty nineteen for some of the more like twenty twenty. Because i know it was pretty good about the squad he has and he's like you know they'd be allstate. Allstate won the mac last year. One of the best teams in the best mac and of the better teams college football. So they're a team. That's pretty good and you're gonna have to execute beat them and you know just everything that happened. you know. Chuck mertz like he let one go season. They got away from them here in an opportunity but they have a lot of guys back and they're a veteran team will be ready to go. Yeah i think that's i think. His his dynamic is is interesting where they had going into last year. I think team that they were really high on a lot of experience players from a team. That won the mac two years ago. But you know you're always sort of looking ahead and so in two thousand nineteen. Maybe you're looking at guys. Okay by two thousand twenty one. This player will be experienced enough that we can count on him and then they get three games and it's a weird year because they're not practicing as much and it's going to be interesting to me specifically with that program but a handful of others as well how they how they make up for what was essentially a lost year and how they're going to get some of these guys caught up on the experience that for for the.

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Unless Kevin Warren is probably removed, which I don't see happening I don't see them playing and I think it's GonNa really really start to hit close to Home Albert when the ACC sec in big twelve when they kick off if they actually have games. There's going to be people that are very upset and there after I've been on a lot of different radio stations, I've had I've probably done five hours of radio outside of my own show in the last like five or six days. It's only you're upset write your congressman write your senator. Richard Governor Right your state reps get a hold of them because they're the ones that ultimately shaped the board and the governance of how these universities operating. If you don't like it in the presence there picking in the decisions that are making, take it up with them and those people are survivors by nature, and if they feel like the one thing I like you know being in Boston you understand this. Nothing unifies probably Boston like the Patriots like the Red Sox like the Celtics nothing unifies Ohio, whether you're. Conservative liberal, Republican Democrat, black white. Any of these things don't matter on Game Day you're a Buckeye man and if that's being taken away, that's something that everybody can get behind and so I guarantee you. If you plot a pint of political pressure, there may be some structural change in how things operate. All right. So like for those who don't know bobby big promotion I, I would say I think I can call that over to the morning drive recently there ninety seven point one, the fan in Columbus. I'm wondering if you guys have discussed how you GonNa fill all that time. I'm just interested in that because it's such a big part of what you guys talk about their have you guys talked about like what are we going to do now that maybe there might not like the possibility is there that there might not be Ohio state football like actual games at least to talk about for the next twelve months? Well, you know right now we're we're the point we're GonNa have urban Meyer on here I'm getting in contact with Randy Wade shown. Wade's dad who's going to Chicago I have him on. Talk a little bit about his experience wants to subsides. The one thing about Columbus. It's a huge college football town, and so we might do a little thing like everybody draft, your own team, what you want to cheer for from the SEC ACC big twelve and talk about that stuff a little bit NFL will come in, but it'll probably still be a lot about the hypotheticals what this team could be because there's no questioning the fact that this team top five talent in college football you could argue it's maybe the most talented roster. In in college football in potentially. Toxic coach Bryan heartland I played with and you know you covered..

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Guy We got a great show coming twenty this week we got the take aways. You've got a special guest coming Guy Played League going to tell us about player responsibility. You have some great stories on that end in a year where we'll be paramount is always get to all your questions in the six pack. Let's go. Welcome in the NFL QB podcast with Al Breer. We a great show coming for you this week like I said, we had some awesome storytelling coming with our special guests and we're GonNa get you questions in the six pack. We gresh this week timing didn't work I'm on the road. So we'll get gresh back in here soon, and we are going to get to the takeaways just give you guys a little bit of an update of where I'm at right now I'm actually in my hotel room in Morristown New Jersey and it is strange. There were very few cars in the parking lot here at the hotel It is a different environment out there on the road I drove through Connecticut New York New Jersey with minimal traffic issues at three, four, five o'clock. And I'm here I'm on the road I went to my first training camp was with the Patriots this morning going to be with the jets and giants the next two days, Eagles and Ravens after that, and then probably on down to Florida to see a couple of quarterbacks but it's definitely a different year. The good news is when I actually got out to practice, it looked like football practice I mean outside of looking out there and seeing the coaches wearing masks see the little baby blue. Boxes over their mouths other than that I mean, it was a pretty normal football practice in New England. Today, we'll see how it goes the next few places I go and I want to give you guys a taste of what's going on out there and that's sort of why I'm going out on the access is different. Usually this is a great time of year for me to go and see people it's going to be tougher no question in two, thousand, twenty for the best reasons possible. Because we're all trying to take care of one another and so now going to be able to see as many people, which is why I'm not going to as many camps as I normally do I do want to give you guys a little flavor, which is why out on the road. Now, let's jump into the takeaways and my takeaway is. Does, connect to to everything that's going on here. In Two, thousand and twenty in this most different summer for the NFL two more players came off the covid nineteen list on Tuesday at four o'clock. That means the NFL's total number is now down to tent. WanNa do the math. I'm not great at math but I know that that is just under one for every three teams that is outstanding news for the NFL and I'll tell you what.

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Number four B. flow girl at Soula sack. Why does everyone hate on Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills I don't think people on the buffalo bills I do think there's some been some hating on Josh, Allen and I. I'm not ready to say that Josh. Allen I'm not ready to throw in the towel. Josh Allen yet. He looked good at points last year. He's got a good offensive coordinator working with them and Brian Day ball and I think because we've seen some of these quarterback develops so quickly over the last few years, the timelines short, and where we look at guys after two years, and we're real were willing to give up on them and. Obviously mahomes in whence and Lamar all those guys developed fast and so Josh Allen. You gotta remember like he went into a situation in year one where it was a total rebuild like after that first year, the bills rip the band aid off carried all the dead cap money. This is the guy who seen as sort of a developmental type of quarterback to begin with, and it's was up and down in year one. It got better in year two I. Think There's progress there and so he is hated on I. Think because the time line. Line of the time line for quarterback development has been short. It's been sped up but I would not give up on the idea that that that that Josh Allen could wind up becoming a very good of very very good quarterback and he's been to. The playoffs are already within two years. That's not exactly a bad thing either question number five from Dan McDonalds at Dan EMC very curious. The owners navigate television contract negotiations during a time in which we could see impacted ratings viewership due to mass protest Dan. I'm not buying it I just I don't think people are gonNA tune out football this fall because of anthem protests I know. The numbers were down in sixteen and Seventeen I. Know that the the NFL bounced back in eighteen and nineteen when the anthem protests were less of an issue, I just. I think they're gonNA be okay and. Like and I think the power of pro football to me is going to carry them through I. Don't see it even if the ratings were affected by the election this year. I just don't see it really affecting the TV negotiations going forward. These TV, networks want football. The NFL's GonNa have a ton of leverage. Streaming platforms that are probably going to be trying to compete to have at least some form of NFL on their on their platforms. I just I don't see where. where the NFL's going to take a haircut when it comes to the television negotiations because of the protests finally. Question Number Six from Warren that's W. ladd based on the lack of off season practice. Do you think this year will be harder or easier for you? DFA To make the fifty three? I think it'll be harder for A. To make the fifty three bobby, and I talked about it a minute ago. I think for an undrafted free agents going to be harder because. With the shortened training camp, time. You're GONNA have less opportunity for guys. The teams and the teams less invested in, and so it's going to be harder for those guys to stick out because a coaches focused on. August now is going be getting his starters ready to go. And that means you're going to have to award starting positions faster that means you're going to have to carve out rolls faster that means you're going to have to use your time more efficiently and they don't have the already. Don't have been June and I? Don't think we're going to have as much of an opportunity in. In July and August so I do think that they're going to be some guys that are GONNA slip through the cracks, and maybe there are some guys that wind up getting Kutner on the waiver wire and September and those guys wind up performing for other teams in October and you're thinking to yourself well. Why did this guy make it in with team? Ex- I. That's definitely going to exist this year. Because of the circumstances that everybody is under and so worn I would tell you that. I think it's going to be harder for you to you DFA. Three and two thousand and twenty appreciate you guys coming out as always. We love your feedback. We want your feedback. We're GONNA use your feedback to try and make the show better. You know where to get to me on all my social platforms at albarn twitter at Albert Aubrey on facebook at Albert underscored career on Instagram and listen to all the QB podcasts my podcast the week's podcast with Jenny and Connor Gary's podcasts on Monday mornings. 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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Two things can be true at the same time. You can love your country. And you could also love to improve your country, because it's not perfect, and realized both of those things, and I think that's what drew was probably trying to reconcile. How do I express? Both of those things acknowledge everything of what it means to me and my family, and understand that it's not great for everybody, and we need to try to improve it for everybody as well like those two things don't have to be contradictory. They can coexist. I think that that's where. He's getting on board with and trying to figure out how can I? Push one instill. Still appreciate the other. Yeah. I talked boy about this. He brought up a great. Debray. Propagate, analogy said it's like your kids. Your kids screws up or your kid does something wrong? Like you still love him, but you gotta be hard on them, and it's not great. Parenting Jesus. Tell them that no matter what he does is right. It's you know good. Parenting is being tough on them sometimes and making a better and so I thought that was sort of an nate knows as well as anybody, but you know he was you know he was there a cap and you know. He said he agrees what breezes point of view. View like he feels the same pride when he stands for the anthem, but he also has you know he's open, minded to the way other people think about it, too. Which I thought was an interesting way to put it anyway. bobby I always appreciate the time you can catch him on ESPN on. He's on. Get up. You can catch him on ninety seven one carpenter Rothman if you are in Columbus. Bobby hours appreciate having the out. From one buck to another I always appreciate it sir. Thank you very much sir.

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"And so they they start in the morning and goes through like three. o'clock is guys cycling for forty five minutes. You know they clean everything down between one another group grow up, go out and run, and they just kind of been. You know cycling through, and so it's going to be a lot different. You're not gonNa have the interaction with your whole team like you typically would right now as you're working out, it's just literally your position group to keep the numbers. In check and so it's going to be a lot of work and you know for the coaches because you can't train thirty five to forty guys at a time. You're training like eight to ten, and so that's that's going to be a little bit suffer. The team building things that you normally do right now. Those are out the window, a lot of the competitive stuff you do like that's going to be out the window and it's really GonNa be focusing on because these are college guys. Guys now they're not even in the NFL where they went back, and if everything's Shut Dalley, most these guys don't have home gems, and there's not the expectation that would even be able to afford that stuff, and some of the guys might even be underweight, just due to the fact that they don't have the means to provide themselves nutrition when they're away from school than the same manner as they would when they're at school, and so that's some of the things that they're kind of battling. I anticipate a lot of this stuff continuing the change in evolve as we see a lot like Ohio has opened up a lot of things in state, and as you were talking up in Boston, things are beginning to open up it slowly, but surely but as they get more data. That's what I think. We'll begin to see. Things really begin to get set in stone and solidify here probably around the fourth of. What. This actually looks like. Eason you'd hope like the big college programs doing it? I would kind of like give NFL teams like clear blueprint of like okay like they made this mistake, and that's the benefit. The NFL has even watching other sports, right? It's just getting you having the ability to sit back and watch everybody else and what they do right what they do wrong. Last thing that I wanna get to with you. Obviously you know it's been a different two weeks in our country. And I wanted to ask you about this specifically, because you spent a good part of your life and locker rooms, and you've been in a Lotta different NFL locker rooms. I want to ask you about the debris, situation and chest. Of for a guy who has got like two decades of capital built up in those in those environments and has the relationships in the building. What do you think this is going to be like for? Drew brees going back into that locker room whenever they go back. You know the fact that they've already had a lot of conversations. And you saw the Mario Davis. Come Out and be very complimentary of him. Socrates takes neutral leadership to change point of view Michael, Thomas. Had Social Media Posts and talked about how they're moving past this and they've talked and discussing. Not Knowing drew an intensely personal level I've only heard great things about him and sought whenever this stuff happens. And you know whether it was stuff with Richie Incognito, or whatever it guys getting is choosing locker rooms and I. Always say look at the locker room, and how the guys respond, because they're the people that know him better than anybody as much as I could sit here. You could sit here or a million people across the million media platforms can say well. They should do this or they should do that I. Always look to the people that are closest like in in how they judge it in what they say about it in the fact that there's a lot of guys. They'd begun to garner support. They begin to backing him now I, twenty, th almost two decades of credibility and goodwill that can be stripped fairly quickly, but if you have all that like those fond memories, and and plus the type of person that you are, those things will be remembered quickly again, so drew brees continues. or his mouth as which I believe he's going to. He'll be out in the community. His teammates are going to be by his side and they're going to judge him moving floored with us. I don't think it's going to be an issue. The saints have a very strong locker room. I think we'll win over the city of new. Orleans again at no be some hold outs, and though people who will never get over it, but you have a hard time. I just have a hard time saying you. There are people that are just GonNA condemn for this forever, and he can never win the city of New Orleans when you have guys who are in his locker room, who don't look like him who are of a different race who came out initially abrupt very abruptly against it talk. Talk to him, and then like okay, we're on the same page moving forward and you're gonNA. See is and as long as there's nothing else that comes out, or he doesn't do anything that's going to raise any of that in only try to enhance your their team in the city moving forward. I think there will be fine time heals everything and he's done a lot of good things for a long time, and so I think it will begin to turn fairly quickly once everything goes on again. I've always thought to like I. said this a few different place, but I've always thought to like the one thing that the one trait that I think personality trait that most football players have like most pro football players have that I've come in contact with I. Don't know why you guys all have an incredible bs radar like you can tell when somebody's. Looking I. Don't know why that is, but it's something that I've noticed that like. If someone's full of you guys sniff that out pretty quickly and so I would think that that probably helps in situations like this where? They're going to be able to tell pretty quickly whether or not the guys being genuine. Absolutely the reason that is is because you get lied to so much by coaches in office and so I guess eventually you get to figure out who's full of crap, and who's not, and that's the thing. Withdrew drew like those guys. I would smell it man if there was like. I. Don't know it's in drew. BREES is heart, and I can't sit here and testified to it to the guys interact with him on a daily basis. They know as well as anybody what drew brees about whether he misspoke in fully didn't understand and kind of stuck to his previous opinion. and..

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Maybe that's changed enough where the equation changes. You know what I mean where it's not. You're not as worried about like everything else. That comes along with CAP, so you may be more willing to bring them in you know and I'm not saying it's going to be popular with like anyone's fan base one hundred percents that doesn't exist. That's not going to happen. There's going to every fan base is going to have people that aren't GonNa like what he did but I don't know it feels like. Maybe that equations changed a little bit because I. Think maybe the way that he's viewed as changed a little bit. I think on the outside elements. You're right. It's probably much more tenable now. Let's put it that way from a business standpoint for an owner to get behind the causes the Colin Kaepernick supports, but are we getting to the point where the football starts to matter again then from your end of things, right dad is that becomes a little bit more of the problem, because now. If we're just GONNA, evaluate. This is not to say. The Colin Kaepernick does not deserve a job in the NFL. This is the were as a lot of people just going to be like Obama and he should get a job because that's the way things are going right now. Let's just narrow this down a little bit and sort of thing about it from the standpoint number one. Can he run what you want him to run and without a body of work outside of a Jim harbaugh offense, there will be coaches who will talk themselves into okay I. Don't know if he can do this. That or the other based on what we do in. In our offense number two is the sort of your starting quarterback, or are you bringing in? If you bring him in to compete to be your starting quarterback and everything is even and he doesn't get the job. That's something that organization and a head coach is going to have to be able to explain away knowing that he's never going to be able to make everyone happy with his explanation, because if you say it's open, everything's even a cabinet doesn't get the job. It's going to optically be a little scary, and then there is. Will he be willing to be backup quarterback because you and I know a backup? Very well. It is a totally different job than being the starting quarterback. You're a therapist. You're the guy there to listen to the bitch about the coach you're supposed to be. I mean there's a reason why for a period of time in the ninety S, certain backups were perfect for the starters Doug. Peterson was never gonNA. Leave Green, Bay as long as Brett Farve was there because they mesh fit together I use that as an example because there are roles on football, and if capital is willing to listen to maybe some twenty five year old kid that he thinks he's better than that, they have in there as the starter, but then maybe you can have a conversation about it urges Yo thing to money I know backup money is pretty good right now, but as someone sight unseen, going to say I'm GonNa Give Colin, Kaepernick's three or four million dollars. Dollars a year to just come in and be my backup when he hasn't played all right, and is he willing to come in for less that part of it's interesting and you know it's funny. You talk about like the job of the starter being different than the backup right so I can think of two very clear examples of guys who extended their careers, just because they were the guy and certain teams starting quarterback, and they're gonNA. Want that court that back up to be a resource to the starter, rather than a threat to them, and so like. Maybe Denver's in that category withdrew lock. Maybe Jacksonville's in that category with Gardner Menchu maybe new. England's in that category with. With with a Jarrett, Stidham and you can see like jared student. WHO's his backup? It's a guy who knows the system really well. WHO's been they're? Right and Brian Hoyer and so. Like I did a two clear examples, guys who extended their career Josh mccown. Who kept getting jobs? Because this is almost like a coach for your young quarterback, you bring him in. He's GONNA help. He's GonNa. Be a resource to him. He's never going to be like you're never gonNA. Worry about the the the stars Never GonNa have to look over his shoulder, so that's one example of it. Derek Anderson's the other one who was in Carolina for as long as he was in part because Cam. Newton warned him there because he was a great resource to Cam, and then he gets an extra year on the tact into the tacked onto the end of his career in two thousand eighteen. Well, who was his coach? Sean McDermott, who was with him in Carolina, who knew are Anita their body in here. I want somebody who's going to be a good resource to our rookie. Josh Allen Oh. Derek Anderson was great for Cam Newton. So Derek Anderson will probably be good for Josh Allen so that sort of an example of it. Is Con-. Cabernet does COM. CABERNET WANNA be that guy and I don't. I don't and that's a fair. Is it, is it I? Mean Look He. His football legacy. is quote unquote tax if he goes back, yeah I mean he has a right to be finicky about the situation and he's going to walk into just as much as the organization says okay. Are we ready to handle all of this? We bring him in. He's not our starter I. As! We're kind of talking through this birt's. I was thinking about sort of the politics of the quarterback position in terms of its. You've invested high in guide as a general manager. Is it, is it? His job wizard his job security to make sure something works I wonder if because they just drafted him to the organization kids and because I do think where they're moving. authencity given the skill set of the guy they drafted. If CAP would be fit in Miami, too because, if to isn't ready to go, there's a real translatable skillset there with what Miami might want. Want to be in terms of what they're gonNA more into offensively, and then, of course we know there's a head coach Bryan. Flora's who would be uniquely equipped as a human being to be able to handle what would come with Breton Colin Kaepernick, really interesting idea and the market would probably be okay there, too. That's not you know I. Mean IT'S NOT DALLAS! It's not Houston. You know it's just so I. Mean I think there are a couple of things that lineup there go a little quicker on the last three takeaways. I, the the the third takeaway I have is just it's you know like the the one thing that's really laughed and we've seen the long list of protocols that came out. We're GONNA talk to our guest about that too but the one thing that sort of I I know is still a question is what they're going to do. As as the start date for training camp crash, and so you know there's a new. New Union president and JC trader. IS HE GONNA have one of his first acts be to like cut guys vacation short all right and if he doesn't is, they're going to need to be an acclimation period at the beginning of camp. It's GonNa make it harder for teams to play a preseason game two weeks after they report what they have to cancel the first preseason game and there are so many logistical issues here and. I. Don't know why they don't just pushed the season back a month. I know there are teams that support the idea of it. Like if I'm them and I know the ships probably sailed in this league office doesn't want. The League office wants to start on time. I'm that's probably related to what the television networks are telling them to do, but to me it would make so much sense. To Start October first you would move the super bowl back. You move the superbowl back. I don't think you really losing anything. The thirst for football would be off the charts. No matter when you start I think that would actually probably put the the super bowl to February sweeps, which would be helpful for the network? And you know you would have this..

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"And I think what people miss sometimes like like drew like lack some of the ability to kind of threaten the defense in certain ways now which is part of why the saints are doing that right because okay like how do we do something to create another threat okay. We'll use tastes hill to create that threat. And he's not always playing quarterback either. They're moving around playing different spots. I just the one thing. That's hard for me to square with the Jalen hurts thing. Bobby is just like if you just pay your quarterback thirty four million dollars now. You drafted somebody to take them off the field like that. That's the part that's the part that doesn't square from me and Jalen hurts okay. He's he's a big ice physical. He's pretty athletic. But sell like Carson. Wentz a stiff like you move the pocket. You can do all of those things you just don't want to run him all the time but there's really nothing that. Jalen hurts gives you that you can't get out of Carson Wentz. That's why I just don't understand it if you had an older guy who wasn't as mobile and you want to be able to do some different things all right like you mentioned New Orleans or a Pittsburgh situation like I understand all that I'd just don't I can't square like you said how you you fit him in there when you had so many other needs and you still feel like you're in a super bowl window no question all right. He's Bobby Carpenter. You can get him on twitter and I wish I had give them your handle find it. Okay be carp three at become three. You can catch them on. Espn on get up. And if you're in Columbus you can catch him on ninety seven point one the fan bobby always appreciate having you out Albert. Thanks Ravi on a great job. All right thanks again bobby. He's fantastic. We had them on really appreciate him coming out. You guys know how we do. The six pack and this six pack is again in lieu of what we normally do this at this point. The podcast which you know we can't do because of everything going on our country So you know we've gone back old school the last couple of months where we're doing the six pack instead of doing the mail bag. You guys don't on. The six pack works every Tuesday on twitter. I put out the call for questions you ask. I pick six. If I pick yours. You get a like on twitter. That means they hit that. Little heartening answer here. Question Number Ones from Jacob Walmart that's at Jacob Underscore Wad mark. What's the logic behind the packers? Drafting a quarterback with four years left on his contract and Rogers showing no signs of quitting. Who made the call? The call ultimately was made by General Manager. Brian Gouda Kunst. And he's the one who's got the hammer and that organization now I I understand what you're saying Jacob. I there are two things that you want to kind of take into account here. That are important. Okay and this will explain the logic. I'm not saying a hundred percent agree with it. But this'll explain watching number one. If you believe. There's a quarterback who has see even middle of the first round talent and he starts falling to you then you you have to think about if you're the packers because you have Aaron Rodgers which is going to put you in a position in all likelihood where you're not GonNa be drafting much higher than that for a little while and so. The opportunity comes along to draft quarterback in the same sort of opportunity came along in two thousand five when the packers drafted Rogers. You have to start to consider that because chances are the packers are going to have a hell of a time trying to get in position to draft say Trevor Lawrence or Justin fields in twenty twenty one or whoever it might be in twenty twenty two chances are they're not going to be drafting high enough. So if you're not happy drafting high enough and you see a guy the most important position starting to slip to you and your quarterbacks turning thirty seven this year it has to at least be a discussion point. So that's what it was okay. So that's number one number. Two the worst thing the worst position you can be in is being pigeonholed into a single year having to take a quarterback in that year or else. That's how jake locker goes where heated. That's how Christian ponder goes where heated if you ride it out. What's your starting quarterback until the wheels come off. That can be the position. You're put in where now all of a sudden it's all right a quarterback's gone what do we do? You're sitting there on the draft and all and you have to kind of make that decision and maybe subconsciously you start to push guys up because you know you have to fill that hole so yellow overdraft a guy in that year we overdraft the guy that year you know what now you're signing him to a four year deal with the fifth year option. You're probably not taking one for another two or three years. So you can really cross up your franchise if you put yourself in that position where you're pigeonholed into a single year because there might be a guy that year that urine position to draft who is a franchise quarterback and you go look through history and see all the different cases of teams sort of being in that position and really really putting themselves in a tough spot long term. So I think it's once you quarterback once you're starting quarterback gets past eight thirty five years of age. I think every year you have to consider it and the packers I think are in that window now where they have to. They had to consider it again. They don't expect to be drafting that high again. So this guy they really like. And I'm not a scout you know. There's it's definitely I look. There's definitely a lot of people don't think he's who didn't think he was a first round quarterback but if you do then. Akwa conviction and go and get the one other thing I would add here before we move onto the second question. I know this is a long answer. The packers actually. The way looked at their board. They had a question here. And you can read more about this in the Monday called but the question here was. Do we move up or do we stick. And if we stick what do we do? Because as it was shaping up and the way they saw it by the time it got to their picket thirty all the guys that they valued at that level were gone and so they were going to have to trade down. And if you can't trade down which this year was tougher to trade down now all of a sudden you're stuck taking a guy who maybe you have a second round grade on and so that piece of it was an important piece of it to where it's just like we either get stuck at thirty. Maybe we're taking a player that we're not wild about at that spot or we move up. Get a quarterback that we really like okay. Question number two from did the spurs win at Coleman Swear who signs I camera Dalton compare them right now because cams a free agent and Dalton still under contract and so basically any team trading for Andy Dalton right now I think number sixteen million is also looking at bringing in a sixteen million dollar number if he's released say he's released this week. Let's say let's say that happens now. All of a sudden they're on even footing where the money is sort of becomes a moving target and it becomes easier to sign a guy like that. I've had my radar up for the Jaguars. With Dalton. The Jaguars need depth. The Position Dalton has experienced Jay Gruden. He could be a resource to Gardner Menchu but they haven't shown a ton of interest in trading for for for adult. Now here's where it comes into play. Would they be interested in signing dawn for three or four million dollars? Maybe they would. Because that's different than trading a draft. Pick away for him and inheriting a sixteen million dollar number and so you know. I think. The context on Dalton changes a lot when he's released if he's released Whereas what can vary seeing that context change and the reality for both. Those guys is at right now. There just aren't open starting jobs and so part of this is going to be a willingness to go into a place where you know. Maybe you're either backup. Or the starters on shaky ground and maybe you're you become the insurance policy like Ryan. Tannehill did last year. Both these guys are sort of in that sort of spot question number three from Justin Mason. That's APP Mason. Jt Twenty Four. While the panthers hire new GM or assistant GM Hashtag keep pounding Justin. I can go on what I go on. What what Dave temper their own told me in December. Which was the plan all along has been to hire a VP player personnel assistant GM type. There are some interesting names out there. That could be moving around because the time of year that people move from place to place in the scouting community. I do the. Panthers ARE GOING TO MAKE SCOUTING HIRES. I don't know at what level There have been of course rumors that Mardi Hernia could eventually move on. I would I would tell you about that what I would tell you about that right there is. I think what will eventually happen whether it's this year next year and it's a little hard to hire someone right now because everything going on our country. I think the way it'll be set up is the panthers will probably hire assistance. Yelm him and then they will probably have Mardi Harney stay on and there'll be a succession plan in place or maybe hire new GM and maybe this is after this year. Maybe they just wait and her maybe stays on as a senior advisor. I think there's an interesting way you can do that. Where you can sort of set it up so you have herniated a resource to whoever the next guy is going to be whether it's mentoring him or just advising him after he's replaced and then you bring in a guy. It was sort of at the top scouting scouting or chart. That is going to be sort of up with Matt Rule Question Number four from Ryan hoving. That's at Dolphin under source spartan dots on which qb taken in the draft. We'll have the best long-term career. So here's the thing Ryan. I think. What's so interesting about that? Question is there's so much of it is sort of depending on environment and one of the most interesting things I think you look at the three guys who've had second year break as a huge second year breakouts over the last few years Carson Wentz in Philly Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City. Lamar Jackson in Baltimore. All three of those guys. What to very stable franchises? All three of those guys..

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"We're going to welcome back. An old friend of mine rolled guests on the podcast guy. I was interested to talk to this week. Just because he's got like really good connections to some guys who were drafted high on Thursday. That is former first round. Pick Former cowboy former Ohio state Buckeye linebacker and current Espn analyst and host of Carbon Rothman. I think it's ninety seven point one. Is that right correct? I have it right okay. I still remember that Bobby Carpenter welcome in a pleasure. Thanks for having me okay. So let's start here because I think part of it like I put this connection together my head because I know your dad's a coach. Obviously Joe Boroughs Dad's a coach and he played it Ohio state and you guys are sort of from the same part of the state right not too far off anyway so my first question is the same question I asked you himself about. You know two weeks ago. Which is are you surprised that you know. He's the number one overall. Pick knowing everything that you've known about him over the last however many years it's interesting like he's from about forty five minutes away from me and there's not a lot of kids that come out at high school. It's heavily rural that you know they don't have really a rich talent base and outside of Ohio University. There's not a whole lot there. And so he hit it right. It's in the coaches kids on his team and remember watching the State Championship game. And like this kid's very hetty yobs a great I for the game. He has great anticipation but he wasn't real big kid and he didn't have the strongest army in the world. And so because of that. It's like you know the Alphabet Ohio state and like I don't know he seemed like kind of a more of a mid tier quarterback to me a. You was a pretty good athlete. Mc Navy can Kinda grow into it and I think ultimately it Ohio State. Their goal for him was to kind of be the backup one of the Brain. These five-star guys and one of them doesn't pan out then. He ultimately is the quarterback so watched him develop an after two and a half years saw guy put on. I don't know fifteen twenty pounds. He looked bigger. His arm became stronger and when he left Ohio State. Some people believed like either. He was good or Dwayne. Haskins was good to Mike. There is the possibility that both of these guys are. Good players adjoining just has like a generation arm and you watch him through the ball as quick release. It spins out coming out really nice. He's very accurate. Good anticipation he was still learning the game. Joe Knew a lot more about the game and he was better with eyes and a lot of things but he obviously didn't. Have you know maybe some elite arm talent that Dwayne did but to Joe's credit he frequently worked at that thing and he understands? Defense is probably better than any other quarterback young quarterback. I've ever been around and you talked about his dad. Being a coach and I grew up the son of a coach as well. But it's usually interesting and it's fights. My Dad was running back and was more involved in the offensive side. Joe Was a quarterback. His Dad was a defensive coordinator. My brother played for him down at. Ou for five years down there and usually when you see the quarterback Dad's the head coach and the OC there the white collar so they have acute understanding of offense the thing that made Joe. Unique as I he understands. What's going on on the defensive side of the ball better than anyone else because of his dad and probably ask him. Why are they doing to two safeties high right here? What does this to show in there? What are they doing with this linebacker? What's this Combo coverage how you gonNA hide and disguise it and see watch him on the field like very rarely? Albert? Does he ever get tricked. And I'll give trump's in a ton of credit that a great Game Plan. They were outmatched for two series. They had him a little bit confused and when he came out in the third series he was locked in he understood where they were cheating and then it was just a boat race from there. That's interesting in our make this all about job like the whole thing but like that's interesting because I isn't it. Usually the last thing the quarterback gets like as they're learning and progressing like okay like now. I'm learning the offense now. I'm learning Wood County. Use this against the defense and that against the defense and like I've always heard the last thing for a quarterback at the NFL level to get is what the defense is trying to do to him right so he's almost working like ahead then right in a certain way. I'll absolutely that's the case for kind of any player usually. It's you know it's defensive. Guy What do I do and how I do it and then you begin to look at. Okay what are the offensive sets bringing look at splits where they're lining guys up in how they tried to attack. Because you always have to do your job before he can even worry about someone else's but joe like this famous quote. I don't know what we was talking to Mardi McGee on. Espn like the Joe. Borough is football like the dude loves it. Like I'd never seen another guy. Who is that into what he does? you know you talk about the coach's kid like they just grow up around the game. I mean Joe's known his job since day one. It was just a matter of having physical tools to be able to execute it or working in developing that. And then that's why at this point like he was the guy that understood. The defense is probably better than anyone because he was so much further along in his progression of understanding. Not just football but football in general you. You're around that program a lot and they were teammates in two thousand seventeen. You played there obviously know the staff really well. Is it a stunner that there would be like when you looked at that team in two thousand seventeen one three three years later? I think. Joe Boroughs stunning when he left. I'm thinking this kid probably third or fourth round quarterback based upon his abilities. I didn't think that he was going to be able to do this and do what he did. So tremendous credit him chase show walking in the door. I thought the guy was a grad transfer. I looked at him. I remember asking a friend of mine. Who's a scout and we're sitting there talking? Here's who is that guy lying. I don't know it might be a grad transfer and then Mark Van. Sony tells music known as chase young that do a freshman seventy eight years old looks like Julius peppers and he moves like a wideout and so I saw that in many thinking. Okay I got a chance to get to know chase over the years really great kid and we had a conversation once. I'm that's all you could be the biggest hurt in the world and still probably be a first round draft pick based upon the ability that God gave you if you WanNa work in this thing dude. The ceiling for you is one of the best defensive players in the country if not the best football player in the country has that type of gifts and so he comes from a good home. He's a hard work. You got a great coach. And Larry Johnson who was able able to develop his skills and he continued to work at it. And that's why he has. He now has an incredibly high ceiling. He has an incredibly high floor. And you know that talking to this the same scout about this then three years later. He said the question was raised in their meeting. Would you be more surprised if chase young never has a double digit sack season or break the single season sack record and he asked me that a fifteen second pause and like I would probably be more surprised if you never have a double digit sex season? He was that was the consensus in our room after a lot of him in high. You're GonNa tell me this kid will never have ten sacks he's healthy he's athletic has everything you want. He's glaze hard by staff. Never have tenure. Yeah I would definitely probably have to bet on the other so it's amazing. Just how gifted he actually is and then combined with his character on chase then so we'll get to Okuda in a second but on chase then it like. So how would you say he stacks up with the bosses? Because that's going to be the obvious. Comparison and nick had such a huge impact on what the niners did last year and sort of. I don't know I think there's an interesting parallel there where you had all the first round picks in San Francisco in Eric Armstead and deforest Buckner Salman Thomas and d Ford and now chases going into a situation where Doron Pain Jonathan Allen Montas Sweat Ryan Kerrigan or their. How do you? How would you stack chase young up against Nick and Joey? Bosa seeing as though you know they all went in the same area the draft right there in the top three. And they all came through the same program. We're taught the same way sort of brought up in a similar way college players. I think nick and Joe. You're probably a little more Polish. Just given the fact you know their dad and their family and I think they'd been working on pass rush move since thereby six years old so those guys had a firm understanding of it and then I and I don't want to say that saying that like chase is very raw. Because that's not the case you don't go that high but they're probably the most advanced passers ever saw enter college and then probably also leaving college and then conversely chases probably a little bit more fluid athlete than those guys and just not to knock them you. Could some of their ten yard dashes? They're close to receivers. They're get off. An explosion is tremendous their strength is tremendous chases probably a little more. Fluid has a little bit more in his hips whereas they probably have a little bit better power. And so it's just it's just on the margins right there so chase probably has a little higher upside which is crazy to say given the fact that you could make argument for Nick. Being Defensive Player of the year. But I think they're going to all be very similar. You know if you look at Joey like the guy he has. Opposite in Melvin Ingram rushing pass rushing on the opposite of him like he has an elite player. There look at everybody in San Francisco. Then you look at the situation that chases going to Washington being a great pass rushers. Nice being great. Pass rusher having other leap past swishes around you as even better because you're going to get doubles but you can't get them every single time and we have got like sweat who got speed coming off the others like they're going to have to make decisions and because of that like that's only going to foster more pressure teams to change their offense and. I think he's going to have a huge impact his rookie year. Because he's not going to be the focal point of that defensive line and it sounds like Okuda doesn't surprise you either like wouldn't surprise you three years ago just because you said Joe was the shocker. Obviously jump in a chase being obvious. Maybe Joe Maybe. Okuda wasn't as obvious is chased but close he was. I mean. Those guys were elite. Highly ranked guys coming in the lead. Their position you through. Sean weighed in there who will probably be fully anticipate being a first round corner taken next season maybe a top son guy plenty paying on how he plays but Jeff. Okuda he has. All the measurable is six one. He's two hundred five hundred ten pounds four four speed really good ball skills.

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Cowboys to move on without Jason Garrett

SportsCenter All Night

08:14 min | 1 year ago

Cowboys to move on without Jason Garrett

"Jason Garrett's time up as coach of the Dallas Cowboys Edward a reporting Jerry Stephen Jones have decided coach will not be part of the organization moving forward on Friday and paid Simmons on why this process lasted so long after the season to other Jerry and Stephen Jones have moved slowly out of respect for Jason Garrett you know they have a long history with him as a backup quarterback you to this is that coach a head coach's father was in the organization when Jerry bapa team as a scout and they finally concluded that phase of this process and that's going to end with Jason Garrett not being a part of the organization beyond his expiring contract and when exactly they make that announcement I thought sure what I've been told soon and that the next phase will have them moving into the process of interviewing candidates in the battle begin quickly after phase one is totally finished off yes was contract set to expire January fourteenth status with the team at issue since last February the cowboys didn't give a contract extension they missed the playoffs in twenty nineteen finish eight neighbor the four time in his tenure as coach Keyshawn Johnson on the job candidates and Jerry Jones himself he was on sports and we stand ready to make a decision on it there was the eight their long term in the obvious would clearly felt that their work you say while they waited till Thursday well the food that just won't really it just is so you kind of say okay take a deep breath we get back to the facilities we talk about a little bit we think about we pondered overnight we need or Thursday we meet on Tuesday we meet on Wednesday we have a conversation and we finally so you know women the best thing for us to do if not give the public what they looking for what they looking for me to do is be extremely mad and walk out of there on Sunday night if fire you on the tarmac so instead of doing that this call wait a couple days are you playing for the cowboys you're familiar with Jerry Jones and and and his thinking all what happens next now in this search for the next cowboys head coach I think a guy like Mike Zimmer Minnesota Vikings head coach could potentially be a candidate you say how could that be well I I II coach there in the deepest corner along try defensive coordinator for Jerry Jones is the bill Parcells fact either stay here they know what they're getting in that particular coach but also there's a young officer coordinator in cabin step band he this sitting there in Minnesota the Minnesota Vikings don't want to part ways with him they don't want him all of a sudden start to get interviews and become a category another team so I would be surprised if somehow might dimmer wind up being the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in the cabinet she takes over as the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings so a lot of story lines this call come about here over the next with date but I think this time around you will get the head coaching job right where the coach may be season one more before we go do you think that at this point Jerry Jones is ready to surrender more control to a head coach now then he has been willing to in the past as bill Parcells left and and I want to turn this on your stamina I am right now status is not a defense Jerry Jones was some what he is and even as well as we clay as well as Jerry junior what is your you Jones gone wrong with that organization other than the head coaching hire that's a very good question that's very good everybody everybody everybody said here you're you're here the one on that team thank you for calling the latter team for the National Football League I would I would argue and say that their top five channels it is four tally dole is a National Football League the problem is that head coach because you're you're not holding the plate yeah well that gives the player is a free pass for having innate need season the talent on the field didn't win enough games he and Garrett will finish as the second longest tenured and second most winningest coach in team history Tom Landry a record of eighty five and sixty seven the wonders to playoff games unable to get past the divisional round Mike wells Myron Medcalf on Freddie Fitzsimmons the Dallas Cowboys there you know they draw attention but the the the days of being America's team and wanted to be part of what is age and it's not the same anymore it is not the same strictly because of what you have to deal with away from just coaching of football team is not simply you know put together a strong staff the coaster brakes of Amari Cooper Ezekiel Elliott and dak Prescott it's also having the answer constant questions from your boss the owner Jerry Jones deck could become a headache when you're you can't simply just focus on the task of putting your team in the proper position the try to have success there's a side show that comes with it and some people are built or not built to be able to deal with that so you got to find the right coach who is not only a great Exynos guy but somebody who's mentally strong enough to handle the constant you know looking over the shoulders and the pestering of your boss meddling in the inside of things wonder why things are not going well or to give us suggestions on what you should be doing that's not something easy that everybody can handle that type of situation well it and not everybody wants it and that's why I think a lot of these cultures your Matt rules related rallies urban Meyer's why except that to me if you're not going to modernize the structure of your organization so that your owner can do what every other owner does and take a backseat and not be this forward facing figure who's hosting its own press conferences after the game sometimes undermining the head coach then then how can you expect to attract a great candidate bomb out rule no one eight I'm leaving Baylor I got a chance to build something there if I'm leak in Raleigh I'm in Oklahoma and every year I get a chance to go to the college football playoff leave in Oklahoma where I can coach for another decade at least about continue to succeed ever murmur Meyer I'm not leaving LA or on the TV analyst making good money watching a lot of football injuries bouncing around the country see a lot of teams to go to Dallas where I've got a deal with Jerry that's why I think it's going to be difficult if Jerry Jones wants to continue to be Jerry Jones I don't think Mike he's going to end up with any of the top candidates identifying potential replacements Bobby carpenter and fox college football reporter Bruce Feldman gas on Freddie impede Simmons Stephen Jones Jerry Jones offered that coaching job urban Meyer she would say I think that's a hard job to say no urban probably wouldn't be needing to be for another year is that all you but who knows enough the big job at the glamorous job and remember the nose you know damn owns his courage and damn ongoing expound acted it all back thank god yeah I was supposed to do the oil itself journal part of mine and to buy that it was offered so you're going to want to meet your need to guide it was a proven track record we've done it before who's been in the playoffs the only guy that I look at the newest hires cycle that's really available is Mike McCarthy and it's free thank god I'm not that I'm not the biggest Mike McCarthy stand the world but he's the only guy that it holds no one Barty and that is the only thing that Jerry Jones once he is getting older is that you know you if you spend more time on this earth that he's going to spend has the last was starving if you get that oracle Marty troche with them of the order would love to put it in there Mike you've done that you chose to leave and you've been in the playoffs he's done a good job that would be my selection I don't know if they don't know what it does do checks all

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Bobby carpenter? I'm Jason Fitz in for the guys. And we've been we've been doing some rankings today in honor of trays typical top five ish rankings. We've been ranking things you guys have been awesome about that. I think we're gonna put a final ranking up on social media a little later on one of these categories. So we'll have to make some final decisions as I goes on the fact that you you'd say careless whisper there, I mean, the vocal quality that you need for that the vocals carry the saw, and that's like seeing purple rain by prince, I see people. To do them. Like, you do realize how good of a singer? He is and you're gonna have to carry this melody with your own voice like living on a prayer. I'm going to get some energy. I'm gonna get the crowd. You get the microphone going into the audience a little bit just overwhelm you with passion. Bobby referencing? The fact that one of the categories suggested top five karaoke songs, and I said careless whisper b a mind again, this isn't even a humble brag. Like, I've won some good money and karaoke contest singing, some careless whisper, so i-i-in skirt of it. I'll go George Michael all day. It's the one frustrating thing about fits is. He has that quality and whenever anytime you're around musicians. I it's it always frustrates me. Because we all walk around the house. We're on the shower and we'll harm or we'll sing along to a song. And when the volumes up on the radio, you feel pretty good about I always feel like I can sing pretty good. And then you get you get around these musicians, and they're just kinda doing it carelessly going about their business. And it sounds like a track that you would hear on the radio. And I'm like, why are you giving these gifts and all I was was. Able to get in someone's way. Like turn this around the now, you know, how I feel when I go to the gym. And I'm over in the section of the weights Jerry can attest to yesterday. I'm over with plastic weights. You know, like the ones that are colored pink waves. Yeah. Yeah. Those weights I'm in and I'm like. Grunting and then you just walk over and you're like fifteen plates on each side, and you're curling like, it's a beer. So we all have our strengths and weaknesses. I feel like, you know, I'm lifting extraordinary weight with the little tiny plates that I had to hustle and bustle to get on those, and you guys just we all have different things that we're gonna here's the one thing I'll say about lifting if you spend enough time an inordinate amount of time an inordinate amount of years like working out, you will get stronger, potentially reach your full genetic potential and look better be stronger than you were before I could sing for twelve hours a day for the next ten years, and I will probably only sound marginally better than I than I do right now. And that's not reassuring to me. I work. No. Pity class because I'm not good. I know that I know how I'm self aware enough to know that awful singer. That's always the worst part about it too on the on the physical performance. I because even I I've said this football like fits for a long time was a musician and Fitz was in the band Perry you and I played football. You played football a lot longer than I did. But eventually that ends, and it's not a transferable. Skill set like you could still walk around and look great and work out. But even that after a while is going to diminish to a certain point is going to wake up, and he is still going to be able to sing when my body has long since withered and devolved into the fat sloppy mess that I will become at some point when I'm older your voice goes a little bit there. Bobby Bobby had his his favorite track. Right. We got that going to play a little..

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Bobby carpenter every time, Bobby. Here's the replay me saying John Elway needs to get fired. He's gives me this look like, I've lost my mind. I get it. I knew the man the walks in there. And does that I wanna know who has that job? That is a that is a fair fair question. But we're going to get straight to this. It's New Year's and a lot of coaching changes going on. And so we're going to go say ESPN NFL analyst John FOX joining us in studio giving us the straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. Obviously a lot of change going on in the NFL. But I I made the statement earlier, and I'll stand by it, even though you're in the room now much more than than I am John. Elway is not particularly drafted. Well, and has not been able to find the right quarterback. Is there a spot here for the Broncos? There's an organization where they need to look at Elway not just to their coaching situation. I think anytime meals a results oriented business. Everybody is responsible. I think a lot of times as you've seen the jobs. I didn't see a GMC getting by all the coaches getting fired. So at some point, you know. The buck stops there. That's at the top is whoever this maker is sometimes it's ownership. Sometimes it could be whatever titles. There are whether it's general manager vice president in charge of football ops. You do I mean everybody has their hand. In is not everyone just one person. So looking at the jobs open eight, and it seems like you're the last probably six seven eight years. Minimum of almost minimum five maximum of usually seven or eight people talk this year could have been nine or ten. You look at Atlanta. Carolina. Would they could have made moves as well. Do you feel like this John is kind of flipped on its head so much it used to be you'd get three or four years and understand that results oriented business, but at some point in time when there's no continuity and you're getting a single season with a rookie quarterback like out in Arizona, exactly evaluating them on. I think it's messed up, and if you really look around the league, and you look at teams New England, you know, even Pittsburgh the number of coaches, they've not gone through. You know, you look at stability. And you look at consistent consistency through an organization. That's where you see success. And when you're turning over every two and three years. I don't see how you actually build a culture or build a championship, you know, without time because it takes a while to to shift out roster and to make the necessary moves you have to make to to win a championship. Okay. So let me drill down on that. Because you say it takes time. How much time is enough. Time to evaluate a head coach that you've hired. I think it's four years. Used to be the number even college and you've seen a shift. I go back to Bill Parcells when he said if I'm going to be chef I want to shop for the ingredients. And there's been a flip in the NFL with this GM role that they have all the power. And yet like I said, you know, there was eight changes, and apparently in their organizations they said, it was all the coach's fault. Talking to John FOX with us in studio here on Golic and wingo. Coach this time of year. We just got through what is one of the rougher days of the year. I mean being fire watching people lose their jobs. I mean, you know, all well, the families get real everything about this process is difficult. But then the next process begins. We're all right now, you're looking for the next head coach. So walk us through that a little bit right now. What some of these coaching candidates who are walking into these interviews with team. What are you presenting? When you meet with a team where you're trying to show them. I can be your next head coach, basically. Typically, they taken guys that have had success is coordinators is not one hundred percent. But I'm going to say as eighty five percent. You know, they've shown some kind of supremacy. Whether it's been the defense coordinators offense coordinator, or in some cases, not as much as they should special teams coordinators because really that's the only coach other than the head coach the talks and the whole team during the day is special teams coach and not enough guys. Get that opportunity in my opinion. John Harbaugh ones comes mine and actually he had to go to the defensive side of the ball first season two before he got hired in Baltimore. Then typically, you you wanna be able to show an organization, whoever the interview process is with you know, it is right now you hire me. This is what we're gonna do. This was going to be our calendar for the year. Whether it's the offseason whether it's training camp. The other key key ingredient is your staff who are you going to be who's on your list of staff, if you're a defensive oriented coach who's gonna be your offense coordinator, how you gonna handle the defense who you bring this special special teams coordinator because not one guy does it all, and that's really probably as big a thing is anything is who's going to be on your staff, and then what kind of people skills you have. I mean, you can be a fantastic coach you can lock yourself in a room this size and devise game plans whether it's offense defense kicking game. But then how are you going to relate to the building? How are you going to be with the personnel staff? You know, how you're going to be. You know in the buildings FARs motivate in that building. To the point where you you can get it turned around so talking about that relating the relationship piece in something that's really undervalued because a lot of times coaches are hired based on their proficiency on offense or defense, the Xs and os. But a lot of the head coach of the CEO your guy that needs to manage all these personalities, especially the players in this situation happened in Pittsburgh within Tonio Brown and suspending him essentially for walking out of practice. Not showing up your in Carolina for a number of years, yet a guy there Steve Smith who's novado times highly productive similar player highly competitive out on the field. But how do you handle a situation like that as a head coach? I remember one time Steve looking at me and going coach, I think you're picking on me. I said, Steve do you think I enjoy these meetings? You know, like some point. I will I will say that Steve grew up a lot. Know, I think one of the most satisfying things about doing this as being a coach is, you know, not just teaching young men. How to be good football players productive football players, but how to be good young men. And in that case says he's a guy I'm very proud of. And what he's been able to accomplish to his career in where it started. There were bumps and and typically they are there are I mean, young rich and famous is not a great combination in life. It can go off the rails. Sometimes we're talking to ESPN NFL analyst, John FOX on Golic and wingo. Bobby carpenter? Mike Golic junior. Jason fitz. How do you reverse that trend then if you've got a locker room or a player that that seems to be going off the rails? Or is that type of personality, how do you essentially get that not only that person on track, but keep the entire locker room from becoming infested that way? Well, I think you have to set up a culture of accountability and reliability and that's on and off the field. And that's from your work ethic. Your practice habits and what I've always found successful teams. I've been around is it comes from locker room leadership. And I've been blessed to be around some great great football players. I know everything's into. Right now, you know, creativity and all this stuff, but football still football. And you'd better be able to block you better be able to tackle and you build the discipline. It takes to do that for sixty minutes in so instilling that to me is really what gets people over that hump. So if somebody like Antonio Brown has violated those policies in such a dramatic fashion. Can you even welcome that person back into your locker room realistically? I think you can I mean, and it's back to you know, how far you're able to go with you know, second chances in guys that have made mistakes. There's been a lot of really really good football players that made some mistakes earlier in the career and have gone on to be hall of fame players. So it's not one hundred percent you can't speak of generally. But. You know to me there was always a maintenance meter when that player performed at a really high level. All right and ill year, you're willing to put up with a little bit more. But once that maintenance meter starts going like this, they become more expendable. And I think guys all understand that in the National Football League. Talking to John FOX are ESPN NFL analyst former head coach for the Panthers. The Broncos the bears, and I wanna lean back into that. Because you mentioned before a lot of teams will go after hot coordinators right now. Especially in the offensive side that's been the trend. But we also see a lot of head coaches that have been around the league before finding their way into other jobs. Jim call balls a guy whose names come up a bunch Mike McCarthy Hugh Jackson's getting the vote of confidence for Marvin Lewis on the way out there. But a guy, you know, pretty won't Adam gays just finished up his first stint as a head coach with the Miami Dolphins. And he feels like the one that because of the way things went down. There is the hardest unpack, you know, Adam, really. Well, what does he offer a team as a head coach right now is his name starts to pop up in certain spots. I think I go back to our experience. Even earlier in. Denver. I did not know Adam he had been the receiver coach on Josh mcdaniels staff. Denver when I arrived and. Interviewed a couple of places and retained Mike McCoy as the offense coordinator. And I kept atom is the quarterback coach in our first year, we had Tim tebow. And then we went out when Peyton Manning became available and went through that courting process and got into Denver. I thought Adam did a fantastic job. In fact, I kind of looked at as a dinosaur when it comes off. But that year when Adam became the coordinator Matt McCoy at the head coaching job in San Diego. And you add them became the coordinator and work with Peyton in kind of devised a different system than the year before hundred Mike ended up breaking the NFL touchdown record with fifty five touchdown. So he's a brilliant mind, really sharp guy, and I'm not sure exactly what went down in Miami. Where I thought they did a really good job this year personally. But I don't think you'll have a problem. Landed another opportunity. Run back even before your time as a head coach. That's your coordinator with the giants. Sean Payton was on the staff there with. Yeah. So now, you look at this tenure that he's had in New Orleans it just locked up the number one seed, and yes, he's had drew Brees. There's entirety of his career there. But what is what is made him so special?.

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Houston Cougars finalizing deal with Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia Mountaineers

Golic & Wingo

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Houston Cougars finalizing deal with Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia Mountaineers

"Very much in the college football playoff discussion, neck and neck with Oklahoma for a lot of the season. To now, go to a group of five team that we saw a couple of years ago even on Houston's best day when things are breaking right for them in that Tom Herman era was still a fringe contender. Best for college football's ultimate prize. They don't want to put a group of five team in the college football playoff. But that's the reality. I think they beat Oklahoma that year didn't they? I mean, and they still didn't get inaugarated lost some games down the stretch. But they put the others good season as you could probably have with the schedule. They had which was very difficult. They won games against high quality teams just perplexing to me. It kind of reminds me a couple of about five four or five years ago when Tommy Super Bowl left, Texas Tech to go to Cincinnati and thinking you left the big twelve. A group of five school. And that's the same thing. You're seeing right here. Overseers the second best hair to Mike Gundy in all of college football. He's leaving us at the kind of balding mullet. Sliding down there. It looks great. When it's wet. I just I'm curious to see why this happened what he thinks he'll be able to achieve at Houston that he could not achieve and West Virginia. Just doesn't make any sense. That's that's the biggest question that I can't really answer from coaching standpoint. You're taking yourself out of the situation where you have a real shot in the national championship. You're putting yourself in a group of five area where you have the best season ever. You might be able to strike once in a while my baby get lucky and get into the playoffs. But realistically, you're going from a spot where you have year in and year out opportunities to find your way into the playoff. You're going from that to Houston and also a well known college football coach if you wanted to do just leave West Virginia. Maybe there weren't a lot of great openings this year, which you felt like they would have been another elite power five opening the he would have been qualified to take in some fan base would have said, hey. With this guy's done of West Virginia. We'll take him over here. If you don't want him anymore, but instead of going to Houston, which you're not to disparage that job, but I just don't feel like it's the best job the data's holders qualified for. So there's some familiarity state the obvious he was an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach their two thousand eight to two thousand nine so he's not altogether unfamiliar with the area. We also know there's a number of other things that also also factor into this. I mean living in Houston as opposed to living where he has been in West Virginia. You don't know what his preference becomes in a lot of that wild and wonderful. It is true. I will say one of the interesting things me to be if we find out is what is by out is Houston. That'll tell us how long time he thinks. He's there that get you caught up on some of what is trending Golic and wingo on ESPN radio and ESPN two. My Golic junior. Bobby carpenter? I'm Jason Fitz. Win for the guys were presented by progressive insurance. And Antonio Brown is all up in his feelings, and they're

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"All right, welcome back against all odds. We'd cousin Salle college football season is upon us two games kickoff this Saturday night. Then it really begins full slate next week. And how is it possible that we enter another season without first talking to our friend, Bobby carpenter, we can't. That's the answer. It's not possible we won't do it. So without further ado on the line right now, former Ohio State, Buckeye Dallas cowboy great host of carpenter and Rodman ninety seven point one the fan and Columbus. Bobby carpenter, thanks for being on against all odds. So thank you from me. All man, I'm excited. Do you must be excited. I'll tell you, I think I caught you on a busy day in Columbus, although tomorrow Thursday will be even busier. I'm guessing, wait what's today? Tuesday, Wednesday. Yeah, may be busier on Thursday. And who knows these things you crazy. You're talking about coaches boards, presidents, the super on their own time. Kids, they don't care about when stuff breaks. They're going to get it down when they want to get it done. Does it bother you? I mean, they must have met for nine hours. Of course we're talking about urban Myers, say and in Ohio State, and whether he'll be suspended, I would put the over under at one and a half game suspended by the time everyone's listening to this. The ruling may have come down, which way would you go with that over on there? I would take the under because here's the thing urban Meyer, the guy that goes forward on fourth down, he likes, he doesn't like the punt he doesn't like to do. So. I think he's probably consulted his attorneys. He knows what they have. He knows that I believe in my mind, I think he followed proper protocol with what he should have done now. Maybe he misled the media lied. Big ten meetings, coaches do that about a variety of topics. I'll be probably not the serious. So I think he's probably looking at them and it's either you're gonna fire me without cause and pay me, or I'm going to return to my team is going with the full Colonel. Nathan Jessop there. And just that's the way that's what it is. They put it through them. So I would say there's probably going to be no suspension either. There's gonna be some sort of termination settlement or he's your bag on the sideline. That would be something because I listen, here's we know what kind of world we live in. Now everyone would want to placate everybody who want to hang him for allegedly, knowing about this abuse. And you know if you do suspend them two games, a team doesn't suffer their home versus Oregon state and Rutgers the average spread on those games are like forty five points, but it has to learn though. That's the worry that it was a long media reminds me like the OJ jury deliberating. It's like one of these people talking about it. It should be. It should be a black and white issue. Right? You would say, I think you said urban. They went in there and try to make saucer something if he said no dice, these are the options before you in the thing is if you find it Rubin Meyer, there's not a whole lot of other urban Meyer's out there. There's Nick Sabin establish Sweeney, and that might be the end of the list. Those guys..

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"WNBA is coming to an end for Harry south. He's on an unprecedented streak which is really worth mentioning. He was literally one in sixteen WNBA unbelievable, run Harry. GM plant it I know can't even Harry shadow. Maybe you can explain this shadow out to your girlfriend. I understand she had a little she. She broke her ribs or something. Yeah, he broke three ribs over the weekend and all like that. He back home where she from bills are a TV and flipped over and she had to go to two different doctors stays. So yeah. So the hippy deputy basically is on the on hold for quite some time. I wonder if it is as a result of the hippie deputy, maybe try something other than missionary positions. I. We got everything going on. We're fine there. Harry, you gotta spread that weight out? That's right. Harry. When you mentioned. Maybe I can give Darren some pointers. Yeah. Seventy three kids. I don't think he needs pointers needs a babysitter. You have five kids. He has. He had sex five times in. I will say Harry when you mentioned the ATV accident, I've never seen Tate laugh so hard in my life. I I just. just. Severed. I was supposed to be team here. All right. All right. Listen, hang in there. We have Bobby carpenter coming on. Hey, people always ask me for advice. Usually it's what team, the Ben on this weekend, then I steer them into twelve car pile. But the truth is, I don't know who's going to win. And if you think you know, you gotta check out my bookie. They've been in the business for years. They have great reviews online, and their mobile site is easy to use. Not to mention..

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"So much of the conversation today is still around Ohio State, and it's around what should be done with urban Meyer. So we want to bring on somebody that has a ton of experience around the program. Obviously, Bobby carpenter, joins us on the shell Pennzoil performance line. Bobby appreciate your time. At this point, I'll ask you that. What should happen with urban Meyer for with Ohio State. Well, you know, I think urban statement that came out here, which I think was kind of unexpected. At least it was by me. You know you amidst that. He misled, you know, probably stretch the truth. Lied. Whatever you wanna say, big, ten media days should have been more forthcoming with everything that happened, but the one thing, the one admission that he did make during his statement that he put out on Twitter was the fact that he did escalate things up the ladder to the people that needed to know. He said he did it at Florida. He did it again in Ohio State. And when you start talking about the galleries and things that you need are supposed to do as a coach, you know, be honest with the media's one thing, and that's I think that's important. But I think more importantly, it's always the best practice to make sure the people that are supposed to know things that come across your desk, they find out and that they look after they investigated and you pass it on to them. And I think he was trying to make it clear today that, hey, you know what? Maybe I didn't handle the press conference the best way that I should have. But the people who are. Are my direct reports, knew everything that was going on with my team. So if he indeed reported in twenty fifteen, can you think of any reason why Ohio State wouldn't have stepped up to say that that had happened at any point in the last few days because he's there all is paid in most powerful employees you'd think they would want to protect him if it was reported. Oh, you know the most powerful ploy and then use the highest paid most powerful. I would probably say hopefully the president, maybe the and there's a board of regions that supposed to hopefully govern the university. So everybody wants to make coaches out to them with people on campus. Powerful, I guess not in terms of power of the school itself, but public opinion, salary reputation. He's much more forward facing than any of the people you mentioned. He is. He is the head coach, whether it be football or basketball, depending on the school is probably more synonymous with the brand of that university than any other person. Now hold on the agree with that, you know, I guess when I look at this, what else could they have done? What really supposed to do, you know they look into it. I guess you call the police. They're the people that are the ones who are supposed to investigate it the most and then the state of Ohio, if you're called to a domestic dispute by my understanding of the law. That there's any. There's any appearance of any type of violence. It's being going on. The person that I think is appear to be aggressive needs to be removed from the situation. That means they put him in handcuffs. They put him in the car. I believe they arrest them taking the police station and then whether charges are filed or however that precedes it goes from there. I, I don't to the best of my knowledge of everything that I've looked at the situation and everything. I understood. I don't think that ever happened. So you know, whatever and said, it was nothing. I think that that may have been the may have been a bit extreme. He probably should said we looked into it. The police were handling, they didn't deem enough there that there was any that there ever able to move forward. And because of that, we didn't think that there is much of a need to move forward either was handed over to, you know, check the independent police division, and you know they're the ones that handle all this stuff. And this was not an on campus situation. So we didn't feel the need to step in. And if anything ever arose, they would have kept us abreast than we would have moved judiciously had anything occurred that we need to know..

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"Clemson and the auburn georgia winner right yeah no i missed spoke i meant they've never denied the big ten not the big ten win or your favorite no ju just after conflicts yeah yeah you've you've actually think that are high street won't last last year year 'cause they got it i know i know yours put your mind i know you're you keeping track of that i got it will bobby thanks for coming on job is always it's ninety seven one the fan weekdays twelve three show was called carpenter and rodman you have anything else to plug yeah man because what you can follow me on twitter at peak of three and you're gonna leave out my to heisman guys francesoir who was out weak one oh sorry into one odds yes it may fit fake mayfield get twelve one i mean if it could g and put it on each of them they're coming out coming out fourth 1100 right there so that you're doing our free that's the very reason i had you on i wanted a i want dinner promote you and congratulate you on baker mayfield who is now like a one to fifty favorite right now to win the heisman bobby carbon they're back in august told us twelve to one take mayfield that's a winner yeah so you would have made money off a right i appreciate thanks bobby appreciate coming on thanks any thought all right that'll do it for another episode of againstallodds would cousin sao part of the ring or podcast network if you think you're eligible for our degenerate gamblers hall of fame more just want to shoot us an email do so cousin sal againstallodds gmailcom watch jimmy kimmel live 1135 tonight in every weeknight on abc that's that for the degenerate try fact and bobby carpenter i'm sal saying so long and happy handicap.

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

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"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"bobby carpenter" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"I think the rain's gonna stop will you pick it i'm gonna go with the book but i think it's it's going to be close about like them probably twenty four thirty one twenty seven twenty four it's going to be a one score game hey man really happy free and also if you're doing your in columbus muslim guys absolutely again bobby carpenter with us woomera buckeye nfl wide world series is on espn radio catch all the action at 700 eastern presented by autozone on espn radio the sb an app in serious xm channel eighty so four georgia we got that one done i gotta tell you will cain i think is is penn state crew faded on him thereabouts they say i think about six or seven shots into the show again to three guys yet some guys unveiled nap rule in effect for that cruel finish it up live and columbus next brazila show espn radio all right great way to end the show today i want to thank the ram here in columbus ohio restaurant brewery wanna think is awesome proud boast sides you guys get along as little nasty in the beginning there i was worried so she wants the the brown shots came out and i went whoa this is gonna be early because every adams came out early really early of its fireball for the show starts but you know that sometimes that is good because we get a nice rotation get these tables turned how many how many w two hundred lunches today thanks will gain for game coming on the roads unit of making all three of these and we weren't sure if you were going to do all free yeah can i give you an observation um you know companies edges we don't like to give undue credit to anyone outside of ourselves so now texas i don't get along with boston people better you know what there's a lot of parallels there there are serious differences pessimism and optimism but but otherwise there's a lot of his there but a perfect.

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