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The Mental Decline of Joe Biden

The Officer Tatum Show

00:49 sec | Last month

The Mental Decline of Joe Biden

"I want y'all to listen to the clip of Joe Biden. I will get ready in a second. I don't want to spoil it for you guys and tell you that what Joe Biden said, but you know, if you think about a mental decline, this is the mental decline that you're looking for. They always talk about Trump. It's Trump capable. Trump did not. Trump was. You know, Trump didn't have gaffes like this. Listen to Joe Biden. September alone, prices up 0.4%. That is way up from the performance and the reading in August. It suggests. Let me start off with two words. Made in America. Made in America. Wow. She's bad at math.

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It Doesn't Matter What People Think

The Officer Tatum Show

01:41 min | Last month

It Doesn't Matter What People Think

"I'm sick of these fake politicians. I'm sick of these crybaby politicians. I'm sick of them, I'm sick of them sick of them. One of my last callers that may mention JK made mention that it doesn't matter if Trump is a racist or not. And you know, some people that have low emotional intelligence, they can't, they can't consciously accept the fact that other people may not like you. They may be racist against you. Who cares? As long as their actions are not negatively affecting you, I don't care what you think in your mind. Some people may think they want to try me. But until you actually try me, I don't care what you thinking in your mind. It don't mean nothing but a hill of beans to me if you think you big and tough and you want to try brain and Tatum when you see him in public. It doesn't matter to me. What's the point? If you think it, man, you pull up on me. You want to try something. You're going to lose miserably, but that's a different story. Versus thinking in the actions that you take, they try to read the minds of people and say, this person is a racist, this person's racist. Man, you know what, I don't care if you like me or not. I do not care. That's like if I went to a donut shop and a person in like black people. I don't care what you like. Give me these donuts. You know what I'm saying? Give me the donuts. I don't care if the chef at stake 44 here in Phoenix. If he's a racist, are you gonna cook that dry aged rib eye medium rare or not? As long as you're at as long as you are not acting, I don't care what you think. And to be honest, ladies and gentlemen, we don't know what half of these people think it ain't mine. We don't know what people think.

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New Debate Drama Emerges in Race for Arizona Governor

The Officer Tatum Show

01:38 min | Last month

New Debate Drama Emerges in Race for Arizona Governor

"Katie Hobbs of the state of Arizona. The wackiest candidate since Martha mcsally, 'cause I ain't gonna lie. Martha receipt was a Republican and I think she wanted to whack his candidates that there were out there. I don't know how she was when she first was in office or whatever, but towards the end when she ran against she end up losing against Mark Kelly and losing against I forget the other lady's name now. She had to lose them both sentence seats. Kyrsten sinema. How does one person lose both sentences? She was already appointed by deducing because of the death of McCain, she ended up losing that seat when it was up for reelection. When she was up for reelection, and then she ended up running against Mark Kelly and losing Allen. She literally lost both seats. You can not be a quality candidate and do that. But Katie Hobbs is have to be the worst candidate that I've ever seen. This lady refused to debate Carrie Lake. You can not run for governor and refuse to debate the other gubernatorial candidate. He just looked like a wimp. It's already bad enough she's trying to run our country and she looked soft. But then when you're running from people, you're afraid you don't want to debate fool you in politics. How are you not going to debate? And so project veritas, which I think is an incredible organization. I don't know how to get these people to do secret conversations with people, but they get it. And they just pretty much exposed their campaign. She's not trying to debate we carry Lake because she don't want to. She knows it's not going to benefit because Carrie Lake is going to destroy under the debate. And she's hoping that the Democrats will vote for it just because she's a Democrat, she got D next to her name. That's what people in her campaign are saying.

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Alex Jones Ordered to Pay $965m for Sandy Hook Lies

The Officer Tatum Show

01:44 min | Last month

Alex Jones Ordered to Pay $965m for Sandy Hook Lies

"I'm okay if people want to call in and disagree with me. But I think it's absolutely repulsive and ridiculous. That Alex Jones has to be listening. The families have been awarded $965 million. Let me read the article. Since the jury has awarded $965 million to the families of 8 victims. 8. Not out of victims. Not all of the victims, but 8 victims of sandy hook elementary massacre in one first responder. A resolving a lawsuit that began in 2018 over Jones claims that the event never occurred. This is my thing. He can believe what he want to believe. He can say whatever he wants to say. Now, when that turns into people being violent and everything, okay, there's going to be punitive, there's going to be some punitive action taken against you. However, I do not understand how they got to that dollar amount. In December of 2012, a 20 students and 6 adults died in the mass shooting at the newtown Connecticut school. Which is obviously the sandy hook school. It says Jones claimed that the victim's families in the first responders to the 2012 tragedy were crisis actors on multiple occasions asserting that the massacre was staged to push gun control. Jones generated hundreds of millions of impressions on social media with his false claim about the event, the plaintiffs sought a sum of $550 million to match the total views, his claims received,

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The Legacy of Booker T Washington

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | Last month

The Legacy of Booker T Washington

"Let me get back to the point that I was making about the civil rights movement. This is something that I think people always think I'm crazy when I say this. But Uncle Tom two lays it out very succinctly. And I bet Uncle Tom three would have even more information to validate what I'm saying here. I feel like if the trajectory was as such, and this is what Booker T. Washington was all about. Versus WB Dubois, which is always the conflict. It's like today's black conservatives versus the black liberal. That's pretty much what the dynamic was. And so Booker T. Washington was always under the assumption or under the impression that you will do better if you pull yourself up by your bootstraps and you become a productive person, giving people no excuse not to hire you and to put you in a forefront and give you opportunities. You don't big people for opportunities. You make them give you opportunities. How do you make them give you opportunities? You don't go and protest and they face all day and cry and lay in the middle of the roadway. What you do is you create value in yourself. Booker T. Washington was always for great education, being educated and formed having a skill. If you have those things, nothing can deny you success in America. And I believe black people, a lot of black people at the time had that trajectory. You got the Booker T. Washington came from slavery. We got people today that literally living with a silver spoon in their mouth and they crying about racism. You got back in the day, people used to come out of slavery and generate wealth to create universities. The tuskegee university. And I just bothers me where we at today, all are being and complaining.

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The Degradation of Black America

The Officer Tatum Show

02:08 min | Last month

The Degradation of Black America

"They alluded to the fact that Martin Luther King had another agenda. They had a hit and agenda. They would stage these protests. They would stage these marches. They would stage a situations where they can get beat up in the middle of the street and be arrested. They were pushing a Marxist agenda on our country. That's what people said. Man, you can turn a blind eye and say, oh, they wrong 'cause I don't like that unlike what they sound like. Or you could say, well, was it? Look at the look at the out of wet lock births. 22% back in the 30s to 40s, 2030s 40s. Now it's over 75, 76% after the civil rights movement. I want us to understand that. Look at the degradation of black America. Since the 60s, there was no, there was no drill music. Was it? No, no, it wasn't. This gangster rap hip hop music stuff. None of that. That didn't exist. Black people were not viewing themselves and being pimped out, like we see it happening more often today after the 60s. You know, there was a gentleman on Uncle Tom two. I don't remember his name. If you saw the movie you'll know what I'm talking about. He said that Rosa Parks, they make this big deal about Rosa Parks sitting at the front of the bus and before they were going to go out and do this, they had, they were questioning, why would we go there to try to ride on a white man bus? When we have our own bus line, what are we accomplishing? Why do we want to sit at the front of the white man's bus when we have our own bus line? And this is where default happened. And I'm going to need many segments to thoroughly unpack this. But this is where I believe some fault happen. Because instead of black folks building their bus line, they wanted to integrate in a bus line that was not profitable to them in their community. Maybe visually, it was an achievement there, but residually, I don't think it benefited the black community.

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An Identity Crisis of Royal Proportions

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

An Identity Crisis of Royal Proportions

"Think the problem for the royals is that they, they don't know whether to be ancient or moderns. Now Queen Elizabeth clearly in that sense was an ancient by which I mean almost a creature from the 19th century. And then on the other hand, you have the moderns, the now the age of the moderns with the royalty began with lady die. And lady Diana was the quintessential modern. Emoting in public and these are my feelings and, you know, I'm here as a princess and I'm here. She was kind of on a personal journey. Now, if you think about what it means to be a king or a prince and royalty, it's not about being on a personal journey. So contrast the queen for whom the queen always spoke in the language of duty. I see this as a task. This is a kind of assignment that I've been given you may say by history and I'm discharging it with a sense of acceptance and perhaps even of obligation. I think the problem for the royalty is that both the old virtues and the kind of new style are today you have to ask why because to some degree I suppose Charles is a little bit more like his mom than he is like Diana. But on the other hand, Charles is almost a parody of his mom. He has an extremely weird life, he's got this weird consort, Camilla Parker Bowles. He messed up his whole marriage. I think Charles ultimately was responsible for that. So he's not exactly an admirable exemplar of the old world. And then you've got these bratty offspring of whom I think particularly who's the younger guy, honey, is it Harry? Harry and Meghan Markle, this is sort of the grotesque progeny. And so you have to ask, if you've got people who would rather be, have I'd rather have a Netflix deal than live in Balmoral Castle.

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"bowles" Discussed on Sonidos de acá

Sonidos de acá

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"bowles" Discussed on Sonidos de acá

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09:17 min | 3 months ago

"bowles" Discussed on Sonidos de acá

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster There's a little over 6 weeks left in baseball's regular season and the cream is starting to rise to the top In the national league the Saint Louis Cardinals are getting it in gear They won their 7th game in a row Sunday coming from behind to defeat Arizona 6 to four and in LA the Dodgers improved on MLB's best record by downing Miami ten to three Meanwhile over in the American League the Yankees avoided a four game sweep by finally beating Toronto four to two meanwhile Houston has the best record in the junior circuit they edged Atlanta 5 to four In gough Patrick cantley at 14 under par he won the BMW championship and he and 29 other players advanced to next week's tour championship with its $18 million first prize off the link's former U.S. open winner Tom weiskopf He passed away at the age of 79 weisskopf finishing runner up four times at the masters and in pro football news Tampa Bay coach Todd Bowles says quarterback Tom Brady is expected back with the team this week I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Broncos 2022 Training Camp Preview: Offensive Tackles

Schlereth and Evans

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Broncos 2022 Training Camp Preview: Offensive Tackles

"Cecil lammy previewing the different position groups for the Broncos as we get set for training camp, taking a look at the offensive tackles. How do you feel about Garrett Bowles? You think Garrett pulls is completely turn the corner, he's good, he's solid, he's realized the error of his ways, and he's gonna be super reliable moving forward. So you should always be learning as an NFL player. You should always be adding tools to your tool belt. Every off season you should be working on your weaknesses and we all as players have or had weaknesses that you need to work on. He has them, and he knows that. But I think that he's got the foundation to be a cornerstone of this offensive line for years to come. Did he maybe take that step back last year compared to the COVID year? Sure. Was that possibly a product of the fact that the COVID year there were no fans in the stands? You don't have to worry about defensive ends. Jump in the snap count, you don't have to worry about crowd noise. It was an easy year for offense comparatively speaking. The offensive numbers in 2020 were up all across the board. Quarterbacks, completion percentage. To a man across the NFL, up two to 3% over their career average. So that was an anomalous year for sure. But you don't just slip and fall and end up being good at football in the NFL. This guy has the tools. He has the skill and the talent. He's just got to keep coming to work. The question is, is he going to be able to excel in this new system? Because he's learning a new system. And Mike munchak, who was his, you know, his whisperer is gone. So how is he going to work with a new coach, a new system, a new quarterback who has different tendencies? He's Russell wasn't going to be running around

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"bowles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"bowles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A difference a year makes a year ago the Knicks finished fourth in the east This season couldn't crack the top ten to get into the play in after a one 25 one 14 home loss to Charlotte that ended their season high four game winning streak Next could be mathematically out as early as tonight their coach Tom thibodeau last night channeled Yogi Berra Just keep concentrating on what we're doing You know get better and then you're not eliminated to your eliminated and then when you are being you know you assess what you want to get done Rangers are getting ready for the Stanley Cup class They won their fourth in a row tight game in Detroit it was tied at one two three and then after a Chris kreider power play goal with less than four minutes to go kreider's 46th goal of the season the game was tied at four The rangers won 5 four on an Andrew cop gold minute and a half into overtime The only way the U.S. men's national soccer team was not going to qualify for the World Cup was that they'd lost in Costa Rica by 6 goals they lost but only two not so U.S. heading the Qatar in November the U.S. failed to qualify for the World Cup four years ago Amazing to think that in the historically long career of Tom Brady's only played for two coaches he's now getting the third surprise move out of Tampa Bay 69 year old Bruce Arians stepping down he'll stay with the buffs but work in the front office to be replaced by defensive coordinator Todd Bowles the former head coach of the jets so ten NFL teams will have a new coach next season To the surprise of no one seat in all names shaheen Holloway it's new coach former star point guard former seating hall assisted from down the road at Saint Peter's Holloway just cook the peacocks to the NCAA elite 8 John Stanton Bloomberg sports Nathan Okay John thanks 5 37 on Wall Street time for the tri state business report here's Bloomberg's Ed Corey Blocks of empty offices in the financial district helped push the supply of available space in Manhattan to another record high The office availability rate in New York hit 19% in the first quarter The highest in data going back to 2000 according to a report this week by Seville's research State lawmakers are weighing weather to fast track a move to allow three new casinos in the New York City area It's part of this year's budget negotiations The times reports 7 gambling companies are spending about 300 bucks a month on a lobbying blitz to push the state to fast track the timetable for New York's final three casino licenses Bird globals as its received approval to double the size of its shared E scooter fleet in New York City It says daily average ridership of E scooters in New York has increased by about 70% in March compared to February That's your Bloomberg tries to date business report I'm Ed Corey Thanks at its 5 38 on Wall Street Bloomberg radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York London to Hong Kong Let's check in with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio stations around the world.

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Arians retires as Bucs' coach, Bowles promoted to top spot

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Arians retires as Bucs' coach, Bowles promoted to top spot

"Bruce Bruce Arians Arians has has decided decided to to retire retire and and is is moving moving into into the the Buccaneers Buccaneers front front office office he's he's being being replaced replaced by by defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Todd Todd Bowles Bowles whose whose previous previous head head coaching coaching job job was was with with the the New New York York Jets Jets Arians Arians will will turn turn seventy seventy this this coming coming season season he he coats coats the the box box to to the the Super Super Bowl Bowl title title in in the the twenty twenty twenty twenty season season and and was was thirty thirty one one eighteen eighteen in in three three years years with with Tampa Tampa Bay Bay he he called called at at the the right right time time for for him him to to make make the the transition transition to to the the front front office office there there was was no no public public indication indication at at the the NFL's NFL's annual annual meetings meetings in in Florida Florida that that such such a a move move was was coming coming Aryans Aryans is is AT AT forty forty eight eight and and one one in in eight eight years years as as a a head head coach coach including including his his five five years years with with the the cardinals cardinals I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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"bowles" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"bowles" Discussed on WTOP

"Into the bucks front office according to multiple reports defensive coordinator Todd Bowles who previously coached the Jetson was a player here in Washington during the glory years We'll get the head coaching gig there in Tampa Back home the wizards trail the magic by as many as 12 points in the first half they grabbed a leave of as many as 13 in the third quarter and now we enter the fourth quarter with the whiz in front 86 to 79 and it is the kristaps porzingis show so far 22 points to lead all scores in the game He adds 6 rebounds and a pair of blocked shots bear in mind the Wiz trying to stay alive in the postseason race as a loss tonight in an Atlanta win would eliminate them from playoff contention Down a level shaheen Holloway was a popular interview during his Saint Peter's peacock's historic run of the elite 8 and now he is headed to his Alma mater seaton hall in soccer the Washington spirit in a two zero hole against the North Carolina courage is that one comes out of halftime at Audi field The U.S. men's national team just a few minutes from kick-off in Costa Rica where Team USA can clinch a World Cup birth by simply not losing by 6 or more goals The nationals on the other hand lost by three touchdowns They were routed by the Saint Louis Cardinals 29 to 8 in grapefruit league play had this been the regular season the cards who have existed for 131 years would have set franchise records for total run scored and runs in a single inning after hanging 15 on the Nats in the 8th Rob woodwork WTO sports.

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Biden and Pump Price Shock

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | 9 months ago

Biden and Pump Price Shock

"W and I wanted to do a segment together on Biden and gas. Now, to be clear, we're not talking about the time when Biden released gas when he was in London, giving Camilla Parker Bowles a virtual heart attack. No, we're talking about Biden and gas prices. Gasoline. Gasoline. And you and I were chuckling because as an article in CBS News, this is how the media regurgitates the propaganda of the administration. It's called three reasons why gas prices are so high and when they might come down, right? So we think, okay, well, they're bound to emphasize a couple of reasons, but surely one of the three reasons is going to have to do with Biden's suppressing domestic energy production, right? Wrong. There are three reasons that they have nothing to do with any of this. So basically, I go on Facebook, every once in a while and post things, and I thought it was so telling because in my feed, I had, you know, I was looking at different posts of people arguing about who's responsible for the price of gas. And so it got me thinking and I was like, you know, everyone please send me photos of your pump when you fill up because I want to see how expensive it is for you to fill up. And my goodness, I got some great photos as I'm going to post some on the video portion of the website of the website. Oh, the podcast. So people can see most of them are over a $100. And we talked about this. People that make minimum wage. That's like their whole day. That's like working 8 hours to pay for gas. It's ridiculous. But anyway, so I was very, very interested in what people are saying. And of course, our side says one thing. The other side says, Biden is not responsible for gas prices. Stop being that way, even my own little darling daughter tells me that it's a global issue, but I think she's been listening to TikTok a little too long. Well, the Biden administration, which I guess is trying to reach this call for the 1825 cohort has been briefing these TikTok influencers, right? It's kind of a oh, and their influencers all right. They influence a few people that I

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"bowles" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"We go to the bar, the first thing that we do when we see someone who's kind of cute is not going say, I'm handsome, you're handsome. We got to get together. Instead, you go and you might say, hey, what are you drinking? Or hey, where are you from? Or do you live around here? And we'll just start by casually having that conversation. And it's like one step at a time as if we were someone. And later on, we can go on a date. And after that, we can maybe go on vacation together. And after that, we might propose to that person. But we don't want to do it too fast too soon. So I thought it was interesting when you said you don't always need to just share with them your biggest package. You can just give them that lead magnet that free checklist or that free template or that free white page that you've created, which gets them to start seeing you as someone that they could date and marry later on down the road, which I thought that was interesting how you mentioned it. And I think you also mentioned no like trust with your podcast. Like one of the reasons why Matt Bowles started the maverick show is because he knows that he needs his perfect audience is perfect listener that's potential client to know like and trust him. And I think of it as trademarked. KLT, I blueprint. No like trust, and then they invest. Just like with when we're dating. You got to slowly court and date. And then it's time for them to buy that package. And you said that one of the examples was that you just had this guy on your podcast. He came on your show and then he knew somebody else who needed to get into real estate investing and he put the two of you together..

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Duchess of Cornwall 'Can't Stop Talking' About Joe Biden's 'Long, Loud' Fart at COP26

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Duchess of Cornwall 'Can't Stop Talking' About Joe Biden's 'Long, Loud' Fart at COP26

"A lot of people listening right now don't know this, but this is it's been all over the Internet. I love when people say it's been all over the Internet, or the Internet is angry about something. Well, the fact of the matter is that at the G 8 summit or the G 6 summit when they were talking about greenhouse gases and climate change, this is not a joke, folks. This is a sad statement. Our leader Joe Biden, vice President Biden was with Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess, of Cornwall. The duchess of Cornwall. Now that is, this is the woman that Charles was enamored of during his marriage with Princess Diana. You'll remember this. And then eventually, of course, he married Camilla Parker Bowles, who is now the Dutch as she styled officially as the duchess of Cornwall. Now, if you hear those sirens, I'm in Wichita, Kansas. So I have no idea whether it would be sirens here. It doesn't make any sense. Usually we have science in New York. Anyway, I'm in Wichita. And I want to tell you about where I am and everything. But before I get into all that, I just want to say that there was a royal incident that was reported. It's all over the news this morning. I have put it on Twitter. If you don't follow me on Twitter or on gab or just make sure it's not a tornado siren, right? I don't know what that was happening. I don't know. All I know is I'm in Wichita. They tell me. So it seems that Joe Biden while he was talking to Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess of Cornwall and the wife of the Prince Charles, he I don't know how to put this. He passed what we would like to call gas, very loudly. And it was a long, low kind of like a boatswain's call. If you've ever been in the navy, actually no, that's high pitched. This was, but it was widely reported. Camilla talked to people about it and it got out. So it's all over the news. And I guess this is what you call breaking news.

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Possibility of Life on Other Planets

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:13 min | 1 year ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Possibility of Life on Other Planets

"John's my friend. We have a lot to talk about. We've already been talking about many important things. Now, we did talk about Camilla Parker Bowles. We're not going to talk about her anymore. We're going to talk about Camilla Harris who's the vice president of the United States. And she styled as the duchess of Sacramento. And or actually, we don't have to talk about her. What would you like to talk about? Rather, move to more elevated topics. I've got a piece of stream dot org called a pale blue dot, I think not. And in it I talk a bit about your book is atheism dead. I talk about the book, the privileged planet. Carl Sagan on the old cosmos from the 1970s and 80s. Used to present the vastness and emptiness of the universe. And are small rather off center position in it as proof of human insignificance. He would say things like in a wear on a third rate planet with a second tier star and an unfashionable neighborhood of the back end of nowhere of an universe that is vast and seemingly empty. Where there is doubtless life on billions of other planets, and maybe far more advanced than our own. Well, since then, science, capital S, science, TM, trademark, has discovered something new. It's discovered that there are very few planets in the universe that are in fact inhabitable. We used to think, oh, maybe there's life based not on carbon, but silicon or magnesium based life forms. No, no. Science is increasingly found that life has to be based on carbon, it has to have water, it has to have tectonic plates. It has to have a moon. It has to be within a certain distance, perfect sort of Goldilocks distance to a medium sized star. The number of constraints on inhabitable exoplanets has kept growing and growing and growing. And the number of candidates for planets that might have life has been shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking and shrinking until it seems increasingly as if earth and maybe a few other very earth like planets somewhere. Are the only places where life could possibly exist. I would go, I have gone a step farther in what I have written. I have said that the number of planets where life should exist shrank down down down down down to zero and then kept going. In other words, the odds against life even existing on a single planet like earth went below zero to increasingly impossible to the point where I now argue in my book miracles and in the new book is atheism dead that the odds against any life existing are

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Camilla Parker Bowles Can't Stop Talking About Joe Biden's 'Long Fart'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Camilla Parker Bowles Can't Stop Talking About Joe Biden's 'Long Fart'

"Apparently Camilla Prince Charles wife can't stop talking about Biden passing wind. Loudly. Can't stop talking about it. Now, I never thought I'd talk about passing gas on the Mike Gallagher show. There's a four letter word that starts with F that's pretty crude that most people use. I don't know. That's not one of the 7 dirty words, right Eric. I mean, we I don't think so, but I don't like saying it. I think passing wind is better. I talked to Mark Davis about it this morning in Dallas, I thought he was going to fall off the chair. President Biden, according to the daily mail and sources to the mail, Biden let out a long, loud, well, passing wind, while speaking, with Camilla Parker Bowles at the climate change summit. She hasn't stopped talking about it. It has been reported. The pair were making small talk at the global climate change gathering in Scotland when the president broke wind. The source told the outlet, it was long, it was loud, and it was impossible to ignore. And Camilla hasn't stopped talking

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Christmas Supply Shortages Are Already a Concern in Britain

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Christmas Supply Shortages Are Already a Concern in Britain

"It's only August but in Britain there are already worries about Christmas hauling company owner Steve Bowles says the corona virus is going to make the holiday more costly it's going to affect food is going to get clothing is going to be it's always everything you mention Christmas trees cost for bringing a container of Christmas goods from China are up seven hundred percent since last year Turkey farmer Paul Kelly says Turkey's may be hard to find for Christmas because the president up maybe that because companies the Turkey farms of made the decision they're not gonna be able to pluck them and process them toys may be hard to find to retailer Max seven says it will be true for inter active toys will have microchips might respond to your voice or touch show things that not some of those big hitting Christmas toys that kids are often might might have some supply issues many businesses are having trouble recruiting workers offering more money meaning they have to raise prices I met Donahue

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"bowles" Discussed on Architecture Today

Architecture Today

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on Architecture Today

"It's the same something another thing. I mean have we had. We had a really good black. Plato and tanto on the left build on the left building and had a really nice finished. Something read pretty dreadful and the left building has a flint. were that the contract to John cunningham's was the builders who john edward with before on every that's in great traits people and a fantastic form and said we talk about construction in bit and say actually that is relatively Pity thousands materials and the rest of it is is just a painted render. Would have looked would have used this word singular and simple. I think simple is about the worst word in architecture that i did like simple buildings but it's any something simple above all else you know what i like about. This building is that it looks a bit like how you dress. you know. there's it's kind of you know. There is a a consented sorts of and an eclectic nature to this thing which bill does fly in the face of much. Architects said that strives for a kind of simplicity. Yes i mean it's probably bunkers..

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"bowles" Discussed on Architecture Today

Architecture Today

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on Architecture Today

"But that's also. I mean it's more than just pragmatic isn't it. Because i can kind of see that just breaking it down with the kind of way of dealing with concerns about scale but having gone beyond that you bet she really really ramped up by making the different in terms of material expression and why you've really enjoyed the kind of oh when they were two separate houses got nothing to do with each other or have we assume i. You're playing with your ruled jeans. And i think the other thing. We should've jumped out at me is very book by dave this boathouse underneath a house but then actually most lighthouses at three direct relationship. The water you read something very solid. There's a bench in front of it and then you didn't put the bench there but it's absolutely hilarious. You know it just feels like if you set out to write a post modern narrative. You couldn't have kind of messed with our heads anymore. It's like a cigar into the bench. Like what is it you know. Just like a whole kind of do sean. S composition going on. So is it really. If i have stab below or was that just a slight of hand that made it feel comfortable with the planners will john recovery is really a combination. An jon prosser both is in it. So it's kinda is by those and it has to go on a ride and down and rand. It's not a water. He's shown pierre. Naturally i mean the the kind of with his own. Seaside towns is is pretty amazing. And there's a whole bunch of activism people occupations a new income lists bringing money and different sensibility is a conflict. They're significant they're. They're not homogeneous places and then not logical. That's for sure something it pays talked about earlier on which is places developers so they haven't had an architects hand in them. And you could kind of dash pastula'll house without the twice how much we always trying to disguise. Your intent is a designer. Not to now i think know by the i'm interested in contextual oxygen building on tunceli always wanting see make statements make people look at where they are say. It's as pierce at the balance. It's judgments as to how you can push before it becomes unacceptable in went be accepted by people. I mean i. Generally general experience is that people are up in arms about what we're proposing nearly every job witty and we gotta tax planning stage and then.

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"bowles" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In the first place? Well, a BBC investigation is going to find out. Good things come to a head. Yes, it was slowly. Yes, this morning all eyes on the BBC as they prepare to release the results of an investigation into just how Martin Bashir managed to scoop the world in that controversial 1995 Panorama interview with Diana, Princess of Wales. The big question. Was she duped into doing it? This brace on Charles's affair with Camilla Parker Bowles living on in infamy? Well, there were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded. Donna also pulling back the curtain on motherhood, her personal battle with an eating disorder and her thoughts on her estranged husband, the heir to the throne. You think? Prince of Wales will ever be king. I would think that they top job as I call it. Which bring enormous limitations to him. I don't know whether he could adapt to that. Enormous limitations to his lifestyle. Basically, is that what she's saying? That's I'm thinking that it would limit his ability to have this affair with this woman. Has there been a classier way that someone has described a marriage that was had another woman or another person involved enormously over Katri know there were three of us. So is the bit crowded. I mean, is the most posh way ever to describe But there's another person in your marriage will be the next one. The exclusive sit down with journalist Multan bushy at 25 years ago, it was watched by nearly 23 million people. But now, after concerns surfaced last year over how Bashir in the BBC secured it, the network is set to reveal the findings of a recent internal independent investigation. Conducted by lawyer Lord Dyson. If there was new information that establishes that changes, the dynamic in which she made the decision to do that interview, then For many people, and for the record, it is very important that that is established and that that is known and understood and made public. Donna's brother, Earl Spencer, alleging, But she used forged bank statements to suggest that two employees were being paid to gather Intel on the Princess of betrayal, he says, convinced Anna to do the interview. Now Spencer is demanding answers. Opening up to you Keizai TV about the responsibility he feels towards his sister. I feel it's my duty to stand up for her when I can. She left me as, for instance, guardian of her son's etcetera, So I feel there was a A trust passed on. So Yeah, I feel very passionately that I have a role. So to honor her memory. And also is very soon is so different. It's so weird to hear these people speak when you've only seen pictures and you know, and when you think about it, you know the people that watch a 23 million, But it is it is coming. This request is coming from her brother and the fact that You know, dummy invoices were made up. That's unbelievable. It's time to make her want to do the interview that come on. This guy's doing other stuff by new he's paying on here and also, I wouldn't be surprised if, um he, Diana's brother is also doing this. Has also away for him as the guardian of these two boys to also be able to talk to William and Harry about the role. Which here you have the media in how it's those what it's so is like today. You know, then, wouldn't you know who is violence? Best friends, Prince William. Right insiders fear here is renewed criticism of Charles has put re union with horrified William. The honor their mother Diana at risk. I mean, in all all, Prince Harry said about his father in this clip of this mental health new show that you know for having is that he just said very often. The way parenting parenting skills are what your parenting experience and I try to be cognizant of both of how my parents were raised and what they've shared with me and Prince Charles. Has in his own words and said out loud that he had a very distant relationship with his parents. And we see that in the crown, but they're acting like Harry is billing royal a secret. So I wonder if the brothers you know, maybe trying to show that William might be relying a little bit too much on the media to make decisions about everything. Exactly So let me go, or we can play for real quick. The interview sent shock waves around the world forever changing the monarchy in November. Prince William was among those supporting the investigation, calling the official inquiry a step in the right direction and adding that it should help establish the truth behind the actions that led to the Panorama interview. The BBC, meantime, postponing their planned investigative program delving into the controversy. Was originally set to air Monday. The BBC told ABC News. The delay was due to a significant duty of care issue. Bashir stepped down this week from his position of the BBC due to ongoing health issues. The results of this investigation could come this week the views. He has previously apologized for the use of those allegedly forged bank statements, but they've insisted They played no part in princess down his decision to do the interview in the first place, so to meet her tomorrow here, they're all yelling at Harry about everything, he said in that Oprah interview. Princess Diana. Kick that door down a long time ago, but she was very posh about it, and I thought they were too I can't believe that they use illegal but this is what we know about them in listening to all the telephone gate stuff and everything that happened with you, Grant and all those other people with their rooms. They want to sell it. It's a whole different level over there is a different It is a very different thing. Listen, we come back. It's time for Joy's random thoughts, nothing but.

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Ryan Murphy, on the Singular American Designer - Halston

Vogue Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Ryan Murphy, on the Singular American Designer - Halston

"In the one thousand nine hundred. Seventy s halston was the most famous designer in america. Embodying the age of studio fifty four with his deductive clothes. The sense you luxury of his interiors and his hedonist lifestyle. Halston inspired a generation of future designers. But none more so than tom. Ford this is hamish. Bowles and provokes may issue. I have a chance to speak with tom. And ryan murphy. Dollywood mega producer. Who's bringing halston liked to the screen and a five part series of netflix's that stars. Ewan mcgregor as the designer whose life was an inspiration. And a cautionary tale. Here's an edited version of all far-ranging compensation ryan. I wonder how this project came to you. What excited you about halston and the an historian the arc of his career and life. And what made you feel. This could be to into a series all. It's funny because i grew up in indiana. Were halston trump surrounded by cornfields on churches. I always heard about two people from indiana. Who had sort of gotten out of the state onto bigger glamorous. Things one was florence henderson. in one was halston. He was always sort of a big figure in my mind. A representation of somebody who had come from humble beginnings that had gone on to do something incredible with his life and i was always moved by him tone. When did you first become aware of halston. And his work can wanted that mean to you at that moment. A little bit disabled so growing up as a kid. My grandmother always had w which then was a gigantic newspaper thing and so i was very aware as a fifteen year old of halston was you couldn't not be aware if you cared about design in that time. I mean the ultra suede rap. Dino suede dress. He did the the luggage for hartman. I mean you. you couldn't miss

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British media slams Harry and Meghan over interview timing

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:05 min | 1 year ago

British media slams Harry and Meghan over interview timing

"Tonight. Britain's queen elizabeth taking television hours before her grandson harry and his wife meghan would appear in an interview with oprah the queen mocking the annual commonwealth day as we celebrate the friendship spirit of unity and achievements of commonwealth with a speech on the challenges of the pandemic we have also taken encouragement from remarkable advances in developing new vaccines and treatments but new hint of the family drama that everyone is talking about taking sides over episodes. Harry and meghan quit royal life. The royal family like all of us is certainly going to be sitting down to watch this and waiting to see just how damaging these revelations all of princess diana's revealing interview about her tense relationship with the family in nineteen ninety-five. Think mrs parker bowles was a factor in the breakdown of your marriage. Well there were three of us in this marriage so it was a bit crowded harry. Tonight drawing parallels with his mother's treatment by the media and his wife's

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"bowles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"If you get a chance, my man Jason, re from the undefeated does a great job as a columnist. What a great article pulls a suitable victim would attend. A bucket is titled Todd Bowles and by left, which Super Bowl victory a big win for black coaches and the subtitle Need that is Tampa Bay's black coordinators played major roles in defeating the vaunted chief on the game's biggest stage. NFL owners. Are you paying attention? Let's bring the aforementioned Jason Reed hit him on Twitter at J Read ESPN. Jason. We both live on planet Earth, and I love what you put out there turn to the question NFL owners. Are you paying attention Because I've wanted that ever since this game, and that result happened. What is it going to take for NFL owners to pay attention? Well, Yeah, man. It's clearly as we've seen the little asked for hiring cycles. It's clearly a problem with the failure of owners to recognize that there's so many qualified Black assistant coaches out there deserving of opportunities to be head coaches. And when you see what Todd Bowles that can't be Buccaneers defensive coordinator and Byron Leftwich, the template Buccaneers off offensive coordinator did and helping the Buccaneers. Upset the Chiefs and win the Super Bowl. And clearly, these men have shown that okay, They are great. If their jobs you know what people some people argue well. Todd Bowles was the coach of the Jets, and he didn't have a lot of success with the Jets. That's true. Most coaches haven't had success with the Jets, but but beyond that, just because someone fails in their first crack at being a head coach, that doesn't mean they're gonna feel afterwards. Look at Bill Belichick. You know he he struggled early on, and then you know with the Browns and look at what he did with the Patriots. Obviously you look at Pete Carroll. You can go down the list. Typical struggled with two teams on it was until he went to USC and then got the job with the Seahawks that that he has successfully NFL so yes, Todd Bowles did struggle. But that doesn't mean that he should be disqualified on getting another opportunity. Just like white coaches aren't disqualified from getting another opportunity. And then Byron Leftwich The Bruce Arians has an incredibly diverse staff. I mean, it's a staff of he's got women on his staff. He's got all three of his coordinators. Keith Armstrong, the special teams coordinator, is also black. All three of his coordinators of black and the thing about Bruce is Bruce isn't coming to the cookout for a minute. He's welcoming to cook out, Okay, But the thing is, Bruce isn't just hiring black coaches so he can be some of that. Hey, look, I got all these black coaches. He's hiring guys who he knows will help him win. So if Bruce Arians, who's one of the best coaches, I'm gonna say, one of those coach in NFL history and even with the Super Bowl, now he's improved that he's got the credentials. He's got the receipts to prove that If a coach like Bruce Syrians can see that Todd Bowles? Yeah, I'm gonna get him back on the staff after his head coaching struggle, and he's helped me win and Byron Leftwich is is an up and comer who hasn't had a job and grabs onto the crack and head coaching job yet, But I see the potential this guy and he's gonna help me win. Maybe only should look at that and say Well, This guy did win the Super Bowl. Maybe you know something. What are NFL owners really afraid of? In your opinion? Why Here's the thing. The hiring problem is at the club level, like Roger Goodell for what anyone thinks Suraj get down And you know his leadership in all that people who are on the other side of the table from Roger Goodell, who are negotiating with him to try to do things Tiempo ruv the hiring situation. They tell me he is an ally. Mean, Roger has done things like they've incentivized inclusive hiring, You know, with the awarding draft picks two teams he has tried to strengthen the Rooney rule. He has agreed to have the club's submit diversity plans. But at the end of the day, it's about the owners. Are the owners going to hire these coaches in the league? That 70% black? The the fear is what? Let's be honest about it. These owners want people. They're comfortable with. They want to have the guy who they can have a beer with it Take to, you know, take with them to their clubs with and let's get real real. Most of these owners want guys. They could be comfortable as looking at these guys as sons or even more so people they would be comfortable with marrying their daughters. Let's be let's just be candid about it. And when you have a situation where it's an overwhelmingly black league, they give me in this assuming last draft 29 off the 32 players drafted are black. Black quarterbacks. With the exception of Tom Brady, the greatest of all time run this league. Now you have a situation where the league is overwhelmingly black. But when you get up to the head coaching ranks Black coaches have such a hard time breaking students a disconnect there, and the disconnect is the owners. They start by Jason read from the undefeated readers article, Todd Bowles and by a left, which Super Bowl victory a big win for black coaches, joining me Freddie Coleman and Freddie and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio and XM Channel. 80 used a great word or great friends, I should say. Being comfortable with when it comes to the NFL owners, and especially when an Eric the enemy gets a cursory interview or to the last couple of cycles, But yet you have Syriani getting the head coach of the job in a Philadelphia Eagles. I'm thinking, OK, don't it seems like they're looking for excuses. Hire who they want to hire. And they know that no one is going to put their feet to the fire, Jason, especially when it comes to money. What you thought about that? Yeah, that's I mean, that's very true. And I, you know, I try to hold The owner's feet to the fire and other other people. The media. Who do you know I know you talk about on your show. So you know when you when you look at the situation with Syriani He did not even have a suit. Okay? He didn't have the most basic requirement to interview for the job. You know when the game is rigged in your favor, where you don't have the most basic requirement, and they changed the rules on the spot for you to win. Now, if I have nothing against him, and you know, maybe he's gonna have a lot of success. But Can you imagine if Eric the enemy was up for an interview, and he didn't have a suit? What will be said like like the Eagles brass they dressed down so he would be comfortable in the interview because he didn't have a suit. And look that's great. I just like that to see. I just would like to see those types of situations be applied across the board. I've always been a big believer in this when you have a hot name that has the.

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"bowles" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Bowles. I mean, you would expect people who know the game would would weigh in on this, But I was pleasantly surprised was really happy for Todd that he got as much traction on Social media. From every angle as he did. I mean, people saying he's the M V p of the game, which is not necessarily that off base. No, you're right. I mean, I think I read a couple articles like Tom Brady is great. He's the goat. But the real M V. P is just pick a player on the defense of side of the ball because all of those guys were fantastic. I mean the interceptions. Um even Mike Edwards and the secondary of safety who most people don't really know about it. He was a $6 4th or fifth round pick or something. Two or three years ago, he dives in and knocks out that ball and it gets intercepted. I mean, all those guys were making plays all over the field in a lot of that is a credit to Todd Bowles for getting prepared and having him believing what do you think it does for? I'm gonna get to the officiating here next, by the way. Gene Stafford tour coming up in 4 20 Eastern. 1 20 Pacific Jean TV stories, the head of the officiating with the with Nansen Roma. We did with everybody, everybody, but obviously yesterday, big part of what we do here at CBS will get with Gene next hour. What do you think this does for? Todd Bowles is head coaching candidacy next year. Well, I think it it clearly puts him in line for another job, Beatty, but just like we discussed last week Um, New York was probably the wrong place for him to have his start as a head coach because of the scrutiny that would come if he had a down season. Not not because he had a good season, his first year and wins And then he took a step back and in New York. If you if you're not going forward, then they don't want anything to do with you. Where is other places? Maybe they give you a year or two, Um, leeway, especially if you've had a good season, right? That's true. E think he will get some looks for sure he should take. Definitely. I 100% agree. You know what? You know what hurt him, too. He was right after Rex and Rex was so bombastic and Todd, at least verbally was so docile just so that's right, even killed and it was such a radical departure from what we were used to, and let's face it. Rex is in your face style certainly measures more with with us, and I'm in New York. I then Todd Bowles and that presentation. But, you know, listen, if you paid me I wouldn't give Adam Gates a recommendation for another head coaching job ever. I think Todd Bowles really deserves when I think Todd Bowles could be a successful me, Ted coach. I the right spot. He could win. All right. Um, listen, Bottom line is this Kansas City was sloppy. They were seemingly unprepared, though. That's probably unfair. It looked that way. But they were definitely sloppy. They were definitely On discipline, and they were definitely pushed around. So those three things that everybody is going to agree with. What is a little bit of a shade of gray is the officiating. I want to give you first crack here, too, darlin yet it didn't did it cost the Chiefs the game? Yeah. I mean, it did because they cost them any any Not Momenta because they never really had Momenta. Um, but it cost them the ability to stall the Bucks, Mo mentum and and and it started with the with the offsides penalty on the field goal attempt. Because I was writing this down as I was going. I was sitting watching every single play. I was taking notes like you usually do. PT on every single play. And when they had the offsides on who wasn't forgetting the Jonathan it was who was Hamilton Hamilton, who was on Hamilton Hartman on the field goal attempt. It was on Hardman, Hardman or Hamilton. They didn't really hard that they never. They never clarified. I didn't know if it was hardest Robo actually pointed. Yes, Yes, yes. True. I think both of them were probably outside to be perfectly honest with you because they was bowed like both of the edges were kind of offside. So Hartman was outside, but so was Hamilton number 20 on the end, and they kicked that field goal and you know that one came back. And in the next play, they scored a touchdown. Yes, right. So that drive the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had been. They were rolling man. They ran a jet sweep, and then they had that interception. It was negated right because of the holding penalty on this is all in the same drive. So that lead to a first down Then they haven't incomplete pass. And then they've got to kick the field goal. And next thing you know, Wait a second. We get another shot. First down Touchdown. So that was the momentum shifter wasn't the wrong call. Because if you're saying the refs cost Kansas City the game, I need you to tell me that that was the incorrect call. So on the feeling up off sides, it's the right call on the field goal. 100% meaty It was they were all sides. You could see it, actually. I mean, I didn't notice it until they went back and showed it But there was they were way off side. You're talking about the 50 50 cheapie? Yes. Okay, that that is that all the debate of the other one is debatable. I'm talking about the pass interference on the tire in mathematics with Mike Evans with no No, no, not that one. That was later in the game. That was that was an easy call. Yeah, people make it out. Not to be that That was the next one. This was the drive before BTS. Oh, Tyrone Matthew has the intercept. Remember, Brady charged a chunk it down the limit for net. It gets tipped and then for tips it again and Matthew intercepts it and then they call it. They call it back because there's a holding and the secondary on Mike Evans. It's a different one. And you know that's the one that people are upset about..

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"bowles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The opportunity to be really successful in Aziz. Good is Todd Bowles was Ki. I do think that We're not talking enough about Byron Leftwich. Um You know, people are gonna look back at this season and go Byron Leftwich, their offensive coordinator. His job was easy. He had telling Brady complete opposite. Complete opposite because if they didn't win it, guess who would have been on television Monday morning, saying Byron Leftwich didn't do a good enough job I would have been, you know the amount of pressure that he was under to go get it done. This year was huge. And he was remarkable last night. Hey, Dad, You said you would be a TV money more than I was about to say. Will you wasn't that guy in the press conference that got tired. Bull's confused empire left rich. Don't wanna laugh. I don't wanna laugh. Come on, man. E gotta make you laugh. Hey, witness. I know, right? Oh, A win is a win is a win. Did the referees getting away last night at all in that game? That in the 1st 10 minutes or 1st 15 minutes for sure, they stunk. The referee stunk, and they were making it about themselves. But if they played that game 500 times that way the Bucks would win. 500. This was just a mauling this the worst game kids cities played in three years. They didn't They picked it, obviously a poor time to do it. The referee's report. But I mean, that did not have an actual determining factor. And who was gonna win this football game. Tampa Bay was just significantly better. Theo does this win put Bruce Arians into the Hall of Fame. Probably not, You know, I mean, probably not, You know people, and he's had a really good run of some stretches. Coaching wise, especially in India. He was impactful with with Ben and with Todd Haley is a swell Pittsburgh but I don't think it puts him in the Hall of Fame. But it's certain you know what would put him in the Hall of Fame, though, Jay I think in the Hall of Fame of a lot of people's eyes and Dominic Fox words are mean Ryan card made this point to me this morning. This is a copycat league. And, um you know, we often we point to, you know, everyone wanted Shawn McVeigh er and I love Shawn. But people that were attached to Shawn or everyone wanted people that were attached to Bill Belichick. You know, there's a great amount of diversity on Bruce's staff. When it comes to black coaches and also female coaches and Ryan card brought up this great point is he's going to be really interested to watch if people sit back. Attached themselves to the people that are attached to Bruce and those people are black coaches and female coaches. And it'll be really interesting if that happens, and that really changes the way that people look at stuff. Then that would put him in the Hall of Fame. You know, as far as impactful coaches that have come to our league Indio have another side of bombing. So much is going on. Andy Reid's son have an accident. You know issues with the old line. Patrick Holmes supposed gonna have surgery on that toe. That's the case, you know? Do you think this team is a chance to be back there next year? What do you give their chances to be? To be back there, of course, Then you played that game. Yeah, this This team will be out of the favorite of the second favorite to go win the Super Bowl next year because they got so many pieces back. The offensive line issues just caught up to them. You know that. That's the reality. They just called up to them toe play in that game against that defense. You know, with how well they played and have so many missing pieces up front. J. Like the reality of footballs. This no one loves the creativity and the fun and all that stuff more than me if you can on the line of scrimmage Could do whatever. What happened, so? Yeah, Kansas. It will be right back there. Patrick is still the best player in football. I know. A lot of people are saying Patrick Holmes didn't play well, go watch the game. He was unbelievable. He was running for his life handball..

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Super Bowl LV: How Tom Bradys Bucs Upset The Chiefs

ESPN Daily

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Super Bowl LV: How Tom Bradys Bucs Upset The Chiefs

"Bill. It is eleven twenty nine pm eastern and we made it. We have arrived at our final late sunday night session of the nfl season. I think you're showing the appropriate level of enthusiasm. Just watch ill. Barnwell has been our. Nfl oracle through low. These many football weeks you can catch wisdom on the bill. Barnwell show podcast and his monday column on. Espn plus bill. I know i'm washed. I knew that coming in. But tonight i also discovered that i'm like had to close my eyes because the weekend halftime show is making me wash so on top of these horrific super bowl. We ended up getting an. I'm also just the opposite of tom brady. In every sort of genetic sense it turns out. There were so many songs i've heard in uber's or biggest when i was like. Oh that's who does that song. That sucks i. i'm. I'm okay with that songs now. I really learned a lot during the halftime show. Not sure i learned so much during the actual game l. If i mean it just in thinking about what are most notable takeaway or the the moment remember from the super bowl will be years from now it comes down to maybe mccall hardman lining up full yard offsides on a field goal. Try tony romo. Getting very excited about a streaker. In the fourth quarter of lot where he was trying to will the game to be competitive was a a complete and utter dominant victory by the buccaneers and was an upset but the thoroughness of the whole thing and the repetitive nature. What happened from series and series for possession possession. Really just sort of by the end of the game. Everyone knew what the story was because it was really office so it did feel a times bill like we were getting. Tom brady playing his hits. But before we pay our respects at the altar of brady and all of his non washington is. I want to ask how exactly kansas city. Patrick mahomes looked this helpless. Because that's what was shocking to me too twenty seventeen before mahomes was a starter in the league to find a game where the chiefs had been. Shut out of the end zone entirely before tonight. So how did the buccaneers. How defensive coordinator. Todd bowles stopped. One of the most unstoppable offenses. We ever seen it. Was you know sort of a game. Plan out of the nineteen sixties. Winning at the line of scrimmage and dominating upfront and you know. I don't want to exaggerate. Wanted to subscribe to recency bias. But i have to admit i'm not sure i've ever seen an offensive line. Get beaten badly over the course of an entire game as the chiefs were by the buccaneers on sunday. Night me last year in the super bowl we saw nick bosa and the forty niners really dominate the chiefs from most of the first three quarters were on pace to win that game but fourth quarter. Nick bosa got tired. And patrick mahomes turn things around very quickly. The chiefs launched forward scored a bunch of touchdowns and won the super bowl. And this time around. We were sort of waiting for that moment right and it never happens. The buccaneers pressure mahomes on virtually every single meaningful past play. This game often

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"bowles" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"It was like boy bucks. Better put up some more points here. This is four down territory. The rest of the game for patrick mahomes. He can't not put points. They didn't put up points after the harrison butterfield. Goal to open the third quarter. I mean that is that is exceptional. You know it will. And i wrote after the game was just something that i'm generally curious about because i think it can go one of two ways right one is that we just assume Maybe that okay They didn't have two of their starting tackles. they didn't have third best off. And arguably the second best offensive lineman who opted out for the season and so you know let's forget what we saw During the super bowl because it was a complete indictment of of the pass rush and nothing further should be taken from it or do we look at it like when new england beat the rams and the super bowl two years ago where and i hate the use of the term blueprint but that we see a more effective and replicable way of beating a very good offense At a high you know in a place where defensive coordinator can spend the whole offseason studying it. You can probably sign a few guys to help you do what you need to do there. And then do we start to see people sort of chip away at the things that the chiefs do best right like is this you know. I'm not saying patrick. Mahomes won't be around for for twenty years and be great. I think that's true. But this itinerary of the chiefs and the quote unquote dynasty in the making like maybe that that long term prospects were hurt greatly by by today. I think that. I think that that's absolutely possible. What i'm curious about the with the chiefs as when they reach the point. Where tyreek has lost a step and at that point travis. Kelsey is not in the league when the weapon slow down. I don't really know if what the bucks did tonight was replicable. Because i don't think you're ever going to dominate in the pass rush. It's really. I guess really any team like we saw the bucks do tonight to the chiefs and on top of that. I don't want to be one of those guys who's like well you know if diary catches up all and kelsey catch that ball but there is a choose your own adventure here that Kelsey makes a play if tyreek makes a play if terror williams catches the ball that hits them in the hands. This game might be a little bit different and and make no mistake. The bucks outplayed. Chief severely the outcoached chief severely which was kind of the most surprising thing tonight. But i don't think the chiefs were. I don't think this was an impossible path for them to to come back on. I just i don't either. I think that they probably will still be back. You know my ready to say like the chargers are gonna take over in the afc west. Or no i you know. I don't think that that's on anybody's radar. That said i just think that you know. Maybe they're not as feared as they once were you know. And that's a nebulous concept right but maybe teams go up a little bit more than they used to. You know they don't sit on their heels and just pray. The patrick mahomes picking them apart. Maybe they go after a little bit more. I don't know and again. Another factor in the fold is a patrick. Mahomes doesn't have turf toe probably next year and Not that it affected his mobility that much tonight. I think he was still as functional in that aspect. is he normally as but I don't know. I could see them just becoming less of like that.

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"bowles" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"I want to see Patrick Mahomes with a hat on and not a helmet. And he can't beat you with a baseball hat on just like Aaron Rodgers couldn't made that come back if he had that silly green Bay Beanie on with the with the You know the jacket. You just can't you know, And once once they put him back in the game and give a shot you saw what happened. So you know, I don't know. It seems that the left which or air, Ian's or whomever just Okay. The play calling was not It looked to me like it was somebody who was down by 18 points not up 18. Right now. I understand the kill shot. I get all that. But you know what? Uh, you know, 18 points is a pretty good chance of life support in the third quarter, her late in the third corps, it is, And I mean, if you look at what positive note from the Bucks loss of the chief's earlier this year, I mean, kid said he got out to a $17 and lead and you know, Tampa Bay was in positioned, You know, they close to 27 24 losing the game by by three After being die. You think that the way they went up 17 Dauphin. It could have been just like a repeat of the kids of the New Orleans K where they lost 38 threes. Like here we go again. We're just gonna get smoked, and it's gonna be 51 of the seven is gonna be ugly. But you know they did battle back. So the key today is that you know not to get too low. If Kansas City I mean they get out there quickly there, they'll get out there and you know they'll hit you with a couple of rights hooks and off a sudden you're down 14 Nothin. But I don't think that's going to be the case today. I think I think honestly that you know Todd Bowles is gonna have the perfect game plan to go against that high powered offense and look in my opinion and by nobody to buy a pro football writer analyst Ah, Kansas City's offense is not You're gonna kill me is not as potent as last year's offense version of Kids City's office. It seems like there's times that they muddled. They can't get a running game going in. And good luck trying to get a running game going against the box, right? But if they can't get Tyree kill free Um, you know, they're gonna try to hit the Kelsey and what he's not going to burn you. He's not gonna get any 70 yard burners. So if they could contain Tyree kill, they have a shot to minimize that damage to my home. So I'm not gonna say they're going to shut him down. I think that's almost near impossible. What I think they're going to create some opportunities, and that's in the book. Yeah, the Chiefs you know they have. They had the rookie Clive, but they also, you know, missing a key component in last year. Who up to? That was Damon Williams all year, So their running game has been inconsistent. I agree with you, but But, you know, it's one thing that we also talked about yesterday. A lot got into is experience. And, yes, Tom Brady's played in 18% of Super Bowls in the history of NFL and 50% since 22,001 and my past 20. Years. Um, but how many other bucks Have experience with this Now. I think that it forget about it being in Tampa. I think this cove id Super Bowl. I'm sorry. SB. Um, is covetable. It's the covert ball. But I think it helps the Buccaneers because their lack of experience in the game in the hoopla they didn't have to come into what it is at home, But they didn't have to go to the hotel two weeks before or do you know Media row and do Press day. They kind of got to do it the way they've been doing it all year and on zoom. So I think that tremendously helps out the bucks. Because the chiefs have, I think, 88 on defense from last year and seven on offense, Cymbeline. They have a lot of shuffle they've had to do to cause. Yeah, Fisher, I think you know, if anything for lack of experience other than Tom Brady, if it's you know, help If anything in history, NFL helps a team that hasn't had Super Bowl experience. It's 2020 20. Whatever. 21 SB, uh, Covert Bull. Yeah, I think I agree. I think I think there's some things. I mean, there's still if you think about it, even though you have a Tom Brady even though you haven't adult becasue and Jason Pierre Paul, you still have a lot of young guy, especially in that secondary who I think this year have come into their own and developed, you know, a pattern of just playing and playing good football. And I think a lot went into it and ah lot went into the bye week and they came out of the bye week Strong. We're gonna talk about what could have been the catalyst next of both fantasy lives. The Big game edition wanted to play five. The boat. You're listening to the bones Game day broadcast. Hey, you know what rhymes with Cruz? How about shoes? As in Pelt shoes. Wow. Two great things that go so great together, Okay? Can we just do the promo? Okay, tell shoes is giving you a chance to win a free cruise for two on the Cal to cruise. Just look for the counter cruise display. Scan.

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"bowles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Pressure with four With blitzes, double a gap blitzes. With trademark Todd Bowles slot blitzes. And they have Mike Remmers, who made von Miller into the Super Bowl M v P and Super Bowl 50 playing left tackle for Eric Fisher. You add into that they're called chippers. There's the referee and Super Bowl 55. His crew's led the league and flags with an average of 16 per game. His crews called the third most offensive holding penalties in the year. One offensive holding penalties were down 45%. So not only do you gotta block him. You gotta block him right with the right technique. Where you going to get a flag, and that's going to set back the Kansas City offense. And this is something that the Chiefs know. And the Bucks? No, both coaches have talked to them about who the referees are in this game. But especially Andy Reid, he has pounded it into his old line. Technique technique technique will be super important. We don't want to get behind the sticks. Against this buck's defense. Now a great man once said to be the man. You gotta beat the man. So right now the man is the goat and Tom Brady. My Holmes has to beat the man to become the man. Not feel like to do that. He's gonna have a harder time because of the lack of personnel around him. What would this say about his legacy? This win because not all Super Bowl wins already equal? No, they're not. And I have covered 29 of them part This is easily you easily. The best quarterback matchup that I've ever covered and that we have ever seen. So I agree with you. 100% This is gonna be a tough game from the homes. I think what Bowles is going to do. He's gonna bait Mahomes into trying to run. He's going to say All right, go ahead. Got the bad toe. I got sideline to sideline guys and White and David We're gonna hunt you down. I'm gonna bait him to run. And I think that's going to be a formula for disaster for Patrick Mahomes just just sort of people out there, understand how he could. I can anticipate him baiting. We know the river's gonna be scared to death. He's gonna get out and get out quickly. So now the hip and under move, getting down and get the one that gets my homes office spot, too. You talk about these referees and holding calls him in shock and underneath is going to get him off that spot and present that exposed edge. And then you have the guys in the second of the linebackers spying to try and get to that toe. And if I wanted the defenders, I mean, hey, if you ain't cheating, you ain't trying. I think I'm gonna try and take that tone a law because I'm a stuff all on that day. Yeah, and I remember walking into the Jets locker room once in foreign parts. I've seen ugly Dang. So I ever saw in my life. Yeah, more. I need more than one way along the Bart Scott. Yeah, That's what in my career man. I read totally reconstruction of the toe at that time with South came in. My told couldn't touch the ground and it was up here because the ligament was going off the bottom. So the ligament that holds the toll against the ground. Was was ripped off the bone. So like the toes up in the air, and it tiger claw. We're kind of trying to go back. So I look like a like A s. It's amazing what these guys will play through and in Super Bowl. I know everybody says everybody's healthy. But I guarantee there's a least a few guys that were playing with serious injuries. Right, Salome and you've covered obviously. Is this your 30th? Were you saying 20 nights? This makes this your third. One thing did another guy was playing with a serious injury is Jordan Whitehead. And I do believe he has a mild labor. Um, strain that's gonna Required him to wear a harness in this game. Wow, could actually this south who you think has a bigger impact on his game. Antonio Brown or Sammy Walk ins. Oh, baby. If I had to choose between the two of them, I'm going to say Antonio ground. I want to say Antonio around because walk ins Larder is really the fourth option. It's Hill. Travis. Hardman. Then walk it. I'm gonna go with I want to work. I'm gonna go with Antonio Brown and Antonio Brown may not have big numbers, right? Would help heals. He'll provide decoy. If I cover That among the nine rounds Open up between the hashes for grok, Scotty Miller Cameron break. I think that's what his role in his game will be. This would be a lot of fun. There's no doubt this album. We'd be remiss though, if we let you go without asking you, of course. About another quarterback story, and this one is what Chef D'Amore Both were reporting that Carson Wentz and in the coming days will be traded. One report of Chicago said It'll be the Bears. What can you tell us that you know about that situation? Oh, I believe more than Adam. I do believe he will be traded. Yes, talked his way out of town. You know he had that France relationship is more reported and others. During the year with Doug Peterson. He realizes that Jalen hurts is the is the next best thing. Coming up. He doesn't want to be on the roster with Jalen hurts. I get it. I'm interested to see what the Eagles have to do to move him the way that the Rams moved. God right? I mean, they have to sweeten the deal. What did they get for him? They're certainly going to be an interesting deal. And you know, it's really funny..

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"bowles" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Like the cobbler's gonna bring back. I would think they will. It's it's gonna be fun and it's already started. Yeah i was gonna say we all we all dak into the cowboys roster probably basically every day for the past two years and now it's kinda like well. Yeah ninety nine point nine nine nine percent chance. He's back but going on maybe maybe he gets out of their listen to khazari up that they'll make the best personnel decisions. Oftentimes i. we're not gonna win another super bowl with jerry jones in charge. Things just talks. But i mean truth. Is the truth bro. You team had jack nothing without jimmy. Johnson bowing. Mary don't align all right fabs. We will have you back next week for the post super bowl show. And yeah i mean esa dot com slash fantasy. Sl fantasy podcasts. There's gonna be stuff going on. There's yeah dude. There's coming down the pike here. I've got my one hundred and one fun. Fantasy facts that are up on the site right now have my player rankings for twenty twenty one way too early. They'll be up on the site this week. Also going to have my fifty five fun super bowl fantasy facts. You wanna you wanna quick preview of that. Yes yes i knew. Okay let me see if i can Let's see here. I've got to go back to do a little bit of research six quarterbacks Not counting last season six quarterbacks thrown four plus touchdown passes in a single super bowl. Tom brady joe montana. Steve young troy aikman terry bradshaw and doug williams of those players williams is the only one who's not in the hall of fame. Yeah about that one. Most most fantasy points scored in the super bowl combined. You know it's tom brady. That's easy that that's pretty pretty easy. Can you guess number two is. It's pretty obvious. Think about i mean. I'd say montana now. jerry rice jerry. Rice as right. Montana is just ahead of rice. Montana's had one hundred twelve point. Two fantasy points in super bowls. Rice had won twenty two point seven. Now this one will this one will will. Maybe not shock you. But it's.

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"bowles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"bowles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"For Super Bowl 55. How is Tom Brady? Playing at this level of age of 43? We'll ask Vikings QB Kirk Cousins 8 30 Eastern Keyshawn Jay Williams Open on ESPN radio. Joining us now a rookie reporter at ESPN out in the field, the co host of the first take her Take podcast along with Charlie Arnot. And today a goo McKay Kimberly Marten, our friend, Our colleague, our coworker. Welcome to the Adam Schefter. Podcasting. Really, Adam, this is a big deal. I appreciate you allowing me some space in your podcast. This is fun. I've known you for a long time. But finally, the ESPN colleagues is a grill and to be your podcast is even better. Well, I appreciate you joining us. Thank you very much. You're fresh off your trip to dream Day to watch the Packers and the Buccaneers. You're fresh off your first season you speak. I just want to get a broad picture a broad sense off what you expected in your first year and how reality compared to what you expected. I expected to be overwhelmed because this is my first TV network jump and imagine Picture it March. 9th 2020 sitting at rookie camp in Bristol, Connecticut, learning about the world Disney company shape, You know, his bumping with people saying all can't wait to get you in studio next month. And then two days later, everything shuts down so To start a new job at a place like ESPN during a pandemic, not I would not recommend it to anyone. But I figure if you're in New York, er going through this, and you've dealt with this and come out the other side, you could handle anything. What was the most challenging part to you? Having to develop relationships on the fly. I think this business is all about relationships, genuine relationships, and when you are covering teams that you haven't covered before you know, I'd cover the Jets. The Bills Washington football team. But you know when you're going the Packers, you know, and you haven't had to cover them in definitely before having to ingratiate yourself and get to know PR people, coaches players, You know, that's It's very difficult and relationships are not something that you can easily formulate it very quickly. You know, it is hard. So that's been the most challenging thing. But You know as anything you've just got to figure out how to do it, and you do it. I've been in my house all year long, really having left? I'm curious what It's like to be in a stadium. On Game day, particularly for a game like the NFC championship. I mean, there were there were fans, They're banging their chairs. We saw that, but most games this year, no fans, no fans, right. So what was that, like being in a stadium? Whether there were no fans, few fans Lester the normal fans. What was that, like? It was strange because you know, sometimes for games that had no fans. You just hear it's eerie sort of quiet, which is not at all what we're used to. I will say, I don't have any experience with what Covering games for ESPN is like during non pendant in time, so I've never been on the sidelines in each paint. The passively never had to do stand ups, you know, in crowds before so So in that respect, I don't I don't really know what I was missing. Um, you know that sort of that sort of closeness to the players. I didn't get to experience that this year and didn't before, So that's been it's been kind of good that I don't know. What I'm missing. This is all I know. He's in life in these times is all I know. So I brought up being in Green Bay and washing the bucking years in the Packers, and we're now going to see Tom Brady in the Super Bowl. What was Your assessment of the Tampa Bay team and how it will fare a week from Sunday in Super Bowl 55. It's so interesting because, you know, I talked to Todd Ball, the defensive coordinator for the Bucks prior to Sunday's game against the Packers, and he had raised about and Rogers of his one of his favorite players, But he's always been one of the toughest to game plan for What we saw on Sunday with them signing, you know the Packers and signing Aaron Rodgers. And so it'll be interesting to see how in two weeks you can gain France for another mobile QB, but somebody who is we haven't seen anybody like Patrick Mahomes yet. So the pressure's on Todd Bowles and his defensive staff, but it's been a great story. Tom Brady The guy who gets the pick where he wants to go. It'll be interesting because he Aaron Rodgers lost to Tom Brady. And now Aaron Rodgers futures. That beautiful mystery as we've been positive about. He watched the quarterback dictate. His exit, You know, decide where he wants to go after years and one place and Aaron is approaching that same spot. So, yeah, Chiefs bucks. I think this is sort of the old school versus the new school. You know, we talked about the changing of the guards at the QB position. We've seen a lot of older cubes, you know, nearing the end of their career stuff, Tom Brady can somehow pull this off against this. Dynamic chief's team that will be one for the history books. Now you mentioned Todd Bowles, and for those who don't are you cover the New York Jets of the News day from 2012 3 2017. I believe if my math is accurate, Todd Bowles was the head coach there for a portion of that time, and there might be more pressure on Todd Bowles in the upcoming Super Bowl than just about anybody in that game. It is up to him. You come up with a way to try to slow down and offense That's almost incapable of being slow down. Knowing what you know about Todd Bowles. How do you think he will handle that challenge? It's funny. I'm listening to your podcasts on guy. Listen to your episode, Chuck Pagano recently and Chuck Hogan. Oh, come off Court. No, Of course I love this podcast. Chuck Pagano said that Todd Bowles is one of the best defensive minds if not the best defensive minds in the game. I think that sort of speaks to what you can expect. Like This is in, you know, I don't envy anybody in this position having to do what? What you just said, having to stop patch Mahomes, which few have done, you know, I was there when the Raiders beat the Chiefs at Arrowhead. And you're like Derek Carr had had a very good game. You must have to be perfect in every aspect, but I think you know, even after that bucks went over the Packers We talked a lot about Tom Brady as we should. What he's done is remarkable, but I think oftentimes when the defense plays well, I don't think tumbles gets the credit he deserves. And what we've seen from this team. Devon White when you talk about Devon White flying around, Yes, that's innate ability. But this schemes and these players buying in and what you're able to see from this front. You know, Todd was like this defensive front of ours doesn't get the same. Credit it deserves. You know, we talked about the linebacking corps being the strength, but that front suit still practices and writes down No. Two meetings like he's early in his career, You know, so I think, yes, Credit to Tom Brady. We will talk about Brady versus Patrick Mahomes and Young Yoda versus Old Yoda means and pictures. But Todd Bowles, like you said, has a lot of pressure on him because not a lot of people have been able to beat patch of poems, and this is the biggest stage. So if they fall trying defense that's on him. Well, you covered that Chiefs Raiders game where the Raiders pulled the upset in Arrowhead. What stood out to you about what the Raiders did that day? That would give the Buccaneers some hope in the Super Bowl? You know they they stayed on pace with the chief's office in the second half. Defensively, they just seem They just seem reenergized swarming, you know, patching the homes. They were able to make Patrick a little unsteady timing routes with his other receivers. Um, it just seemed like the defense was able to kick it up a notch from it and intensity standpoint, but What you saw on the flip side was Derek are throwing the ball downfield, like stepping up into the pocket of making plays like I think Once your offense, you see your offense being able to keep pace with them. Right. I think that energizes the defense to like. Okay, let's shut this down. Let's get you know, Let's get after him because when you fall behind to the chief's, it is very difficult to feel like You still have a shot? And I know players will tell you differently. But in that moment because you got playing catch up against this team of all teams, they toy with people. You saw what the bills were up nine. Nothin. And the Chiefs came back and, like, okay, that's cute..

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"bowles" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"bowles" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Bowles and his deep pressuring him 18 times like they did last week, Jim, but they can get some stops for sure. I'm going against the greatest quarterback in the history of the game, and Aaron Rodgers and I'm taking Brady in the Bucks, plus four Wow. So bottom line. What do you think The X factor is? What is this game turning on for you? Green Bay's run game. I think against that nasty defense and my guy of Aya's back, too. But if the Packers could run that football, they could win this game and for Tampa. Keeping Tom clean as always, You need to clean pocket and Chris Godwin. He has a massive advantage out there. He has to come through for the bucks to win this man. I love the package morning game. I love it so much. They've got that three headed monster right now. But we know the bucks run defense is very, very good. That's a tough, tough call. So he's gonna go Tampa Bay plus four. Now it's amazing weekend. In addition to the conference title games, you've got a great card, a great fight card at Fist Island in Abu Dhabi, featuring the return of the notorious one The Mystic Mac himself, Connor McGregor. And despite his in activity, he's still arguably head the biggest thing in that world. Nothing like a McGregor fight week except a McGregor fight week where this guy's completely dialed in. Question is, Do you think he is dialed? And if so, would you hit him? It's gonna cost you some money. If you want him, it is going to cost us money. I do think he's dialed in gym. I think he's been dialed in for some time. Now. I think he was last year heady and fought more. I think he was against Baroni. The line, though, is minus 3 25 for Connor and plus 2 50 for Dustin Portier. And I like Connor here, but the minus 3 25 is just too high for me, Jim. I like the minus 200 for Connor to finish him. Connor's gone 25 minutes, one time in his career, and that was against your guy, Nate. So I like him getting it done before the time goes there and look Connors, a master at drawing dudes in and putting them power on Dustin's a great stand up fighter, Toughest nails. But Connor is just too good on his feet. We know Connor will come out strong. It's what he does. Dustin has to withstand it. And tax and they have a shot. But I like Connor with the Finnish minus 200. All right, So let's be very clear about this. There are different ways to play this. You could take Connor on the Moneyline. It might have 3 25 not to insult anybody head, but if they're not sure what we're talking about. That means you have to put down 225 bucks to make $100. So he's a heavy favorite that regard what about Dustin Plus 2 50 for those who do not know? Fortier is a great fighter. This is a major major challenge. This is no setup, and I know I know. Not only do you like to go the other way, but you love value. Did you think about that? A plus two fitting? Absolutely. It is great value for dust, and he is a great fighter, Jim, and he's legit. He's a Hall of Fame talent. He's just stuck in a nasty ass division division with could be evil and Connor. And if he wasn't very getting a lot more credit. Now he can win this fight His last fight against Dan Hooker, ET student, and he took it. I just think Connors powers too much. But last weekend Max haul away, put on a stand up performance performance in his fight for long speeches. Dust and beat him twice. Dustin's beat a bunch of people. It's a great.

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