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"brett farr" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"brett farr" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Expected to see Brett Farr flan a down of football in the New York Jets are Minnesota Vikings uniform until we saw what could happen to yet another legendary Packers quarterback far think so the hall of Famer told the rich Eisen show that he thinks Aaron Rodgers will finish his career somewhere other than Green Bay that comment stems from the way that the Pat Packers handled last week's draft forces he was really surprised to see the pack trade up to select Jordan love well I'll be honest with you I was very surprised but I really thought they would go in the direction of of an all kinds of weapons you know there were several plays up from from being in super bowls but you know just a few plays from from that kind of all back in that game and enough against your love of have not not mean no disrespect but you trade up to get a guy who I think might turn out to be great I hope he does but you took you you trade up together more of a project the U. is courtesy of the rich Eisen show on the NBC sports network for about it that he has spoken with Roger since the draft and that Rogers does have every right to be disappointed if he is in G. disappointed as for love his college coach sure seems to believe in him former badgers in current Utah state head coach Gary Andersen says love isn't it factor he's gonna bring it to Green Bay he had that leadership ability last year we played seven games went right down to the wire we want five o'clock the first four months left in the year one five and in the in the middle of the season and every single time we gobble situations all he doesn't look over gave me a wink and say coach we got this thing and he goes out and he believes that I think that's the special part of being a quarterback I think hurting here for Packers fans Anderson was a guest on will the entire shot ninety four five ESPN you can hear his full comments right now at Wisconsin on demand dot com elsewhere in football another former Packers filing a grievance against his former team linebacker clay Matthews making a formal complaint against the Los Angeles rams forget this two million dollars in unpaid guarantees I would make a formal complaint as well Matthews is currently a free agent still looking for a job this offseason and finally basketball the NBA could be headed to the happiest place on earth the league is reportedly considering the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando Florida as a site to finish out its season the athletic the first report that use the Lopez brothers would be pumped they love Disney world in fact you're already brought this up this morning but I'll bring it up again robin Lopez last night on his Twitter account called dibs on the bucs staying at the Polynesian resort right there on the lagoon at Disney what's he's already very excited about the prospect of the Milwaukee Bucks and potentially the rest of the NBA fishing out their season down there in Orlando two big guys were just kids at heart going back to Aaron Rodgers brand but I was reading Tom Watson the Wisconsin state journal this morning and and his takeaway from what's been going on it is separate Aaron Rodgers from all this stuff you look at what the Packers did in this draft then you look at what their fellow competitors in the NFC including the San Francisco forty Niners did and the Packers are really stand out to the fact that they did nothing to get better for the upcoming season yeah that's the frustrating part San Francisco lost a couple of pieces it but they they replaced all of those pieces either through free agency or through the draft so they're coming out even if not a little bit better and in Minnesota with what they did in the in the draft is specifically with their first round pick and taken Justin Jefferson wide receiver at Louisiana state a lot of Packers fans wanted to see Green Bay snag you know Minnesota is in a good spot to and granted once again they lost their top wide receiver Stefon Diggs in a trade that you know he just he wanted out of Minnesota but they were able to replace him with a really good young players so Jeez right you're a genius one of those situations where some of the top contenders you're gonna have to deal with not only the division but in the end if she got better then you throw team like Tampa Bay into the mix we know how they got better I mean Tom Brady and rob Gronkowski all of a sudden it's a really crowded and I see that the Packers have to navigate and they haven't done much to help themselves at least from the outside looking in for the twenty twenty season yeah here's another bone in the throat if you walk by and look what Dallas did Gerald Jones and Mike McCarthy you're getting big grades great grades for what they did in the strip to to bolster their ranks it's yeah there everybody else got better that's that's the takeaway seven forty nine at.

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Favre: Rodgers 'surprised' by Packers' decision to take Love

CBS Sports Radio

00:57 sec | 11 months ago

Favre: Rodgers 'surprised' by Packers' decision to take Love

"Brad L. or the Green Bay Packers trading up to draft quarterback Jordan love in the first round last week surprised everybody including Brett Farr the hall of Famer watch the exact same thing happened fifteen years ago when the pack drafted his successor in Aaron Rodgers Green Bay again choosing to focus on the future with its first pick rather than build off of last season's run to the NFC championship game here's farm on SiriusXM NFL radio they were several plays away from the Super Bowl to me it sends a message that I'm not I'm not saying that it's with the wall pick but I'm saying based on their situation present

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NFL Draft 2020: Packers blindsided Aaron Rodgers with Jordan Love pick

The Jim Rome Show

01:43 min | 11 months ago

NFL Draft 2020: Packers blindsided Aaron Rodgers with Jordan Love pick

"Operate Jacobin the NFL draft came off without a hitch last night and was a welcome relief in rounds two and three you'll be tonight but this week's event as certainly re energize the football fan commissioner Roger Goodell was a guest on CBS this morning is hoping the NFL can start on time but the draft continues tonight last night's first round didn't have any surprises up top but they came later in the evening the Packers at the biggest eye opening move trading up to take Utah state quarterback Jordan love Green Bay is coming off a conference championship game appearance but instead of adding a weapon for Aaron Rodgers of which there were several possible wants to add they didn't step decide to draft his successor GM Brian Goodwin said it came down to finding the top player on their board Rogers was drafted late in the first round fifteen years ago and sat behind Brett Farr for three years perhaps the Packers will follow that same plan with love certainly needing seasoning after a down year with the Aggies the Bengals let off the draft by taking Heisman Trophy winner Joe borrow as expected all the number one pick in tonight's second round as well some of the other winners from last night's first round include the Miami Dolphins went three picks in the opening round and still got to a talk by lower thought was the tank for two up but that seemingly went out the window when they won five of their last nine games but they still got their guy at number five the Alabama quarterback is downplayed concerns over his injury saying he's fully recovered from hip surgery they also drafted some protection selecting offense of tackle Austin Jackson out of U. S. see the box also beefed up their offense of line moving up a spot to take some protection for Tom Brady and I was tackled Tristen worst tiki and Tierney will have complete coverage of tonight's festivities beginning

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The Myth of Quarterback Hand Size

ESPN Daily

11:11 min | 1 year ago

The Myth of Quarterback Hand Size

"So let's talk some measurements. That's what went down today. The consensus number one overall pick Joe. Pearls hand sized came in at nine inches. Listen to this. The last quarterback that man that small drafted first overall was jared. Goff BACK IN TWO THOUSAND SIXTEEN GUYS. So that's some comparison it's annual. Nfl tradition every year were introduced to the incoming class of rookie quarterbacks. And we're told that a single measurement matters hand size but what if the metric is totally meaningless as the NFL combine unfolds in Indianapolis we investigate the connection between big hands and big production and ask whether Scouts are chasing a myth. I mean it's Tuesday February twenty fifth this is espn daily presented by ADT. Dave I was very self-conscious reading this piece because I don't know if you know this about me but I have tiny tiny hands. I have gigantic cans. Do you See come on tiny baby hands. Dave Flemming is a senior writer for. Espn his report on the NFL's obsession with quarterback hand size publishes ESPN DOT com today. So Dave yesterday was a big day for the quarterback prospects at this year's combine the annual release of the hand size measurements and the annual freak out about said measurements. Well I mean. It's like a national scouting holiday when the the QB hand size measurements. Come out because there is the belief that the distance between a potential NFL quarterbacks tip of his pinky and the tip of his thumb directly correlates to their success in the NFL. That's why we care just to give people sort of a framework here. What what is the big hand? And what is this small hand in football world red flags and NFL SCOUTING? Go up if your hand is smaller than nine and a half inches. But the guys who are said to have hands the size of Catcher's Mitts are. That's generally anything above ten inches. The normal size of adult humans hand is like eight and a half inches eight eight eight point seven five inches right now. Everyone is listening to this. Podcast is looking at their hands if they're under STEERING WHEEL WONDERING DO. I have two small hands. I've never thought about it until this very moment. Well Yeah and I think that is also part of it right that it's a myth or a theory or a legend that are virility is directly connected to the size of our hands that basically goes back to the beginning of time so in that sense. It seems logical that that we care about. How big a quarterback's hands are. What is the origin of the belief in the NFL world? That big hands equals good quarterback as far as I could tell were really took off with with Brett farve scouts and just people in general trying to quantify any way they could why this guy who was sort of a washout in Atlanta would go to the freezing cold and ice elements inside Lambeau field and become a three time. Mvp I mean. I think that's just human nature and scouting in general right that it's like whoa something weird like this happens. We want to be able to quantify it honestly. I think the there were some packers personnel. Who sort of wanted to claim credit for basically knowing in advance that he would be great because of his hand size and then what happens is human nature takes over right and people are like well. That's that's gotta be true. Look at Brett Farr for Lou peyton manning or look at Russell Wilson drew brees. I mean their hands are huge. So therefore air go right. All good quarterbacks have to have big hands breezing. Wilson are interesting examples. Because those were quarterbacks who were not universally seen as being sure things? Yeah in cases like that especially with Russell Wilson. You've got a really influential scouting and personnel department in Seattle right. That is sort of the envy of the rest of the League. And what happens is they. They can't decide. They're worried about picking him so high mainly because of his height and then one of the things that pushes him over the edge in their minds is the fact that he's got huge hands. I think the bigger the hands the easier it is to grip the football and let it rip so for me this this pointer finger right near the tip of the football and let spent basically he should be like seven foot seven if you go proportionately of for how big his hands are so the seahawks based on this data get pushed over the edge. They're like okay. We're GonNa Take Russell Wilson and then retrospectively. It's like Oh look at that. How genius that was that. We went by his hand size. And then that sort of proliferates the myth through all these other kind of envious scouting department's and the same thing for debris. I mean he's a short guy but he's got huge hands data on S. U. Y. When did you as a reporter? Who's been covering football for a long time? I start to doubt the correlation between hand size and being good quarterback I was at years ago at Jamarcus Russell's pro day at at Lsu and it was not good and as he finished up his workout. I walked out with a GM and a coach that I respected and I was like what did you guys think. That was very good and they both were like. Yeah but did you see his hands? They were huge. I think the coach even said it's like he's got an extra knuckle and I was like what that doesn't make any sense right. He could barely connect with his wide receivers on these on routes where there was no defense and they walked out of there going. Yeah but his hands are so huge. He's a can't miss prospect and ever since then really it was kind of like we need to look into this because it doesn't make any sense there have been exhaustive studies including one we did at ESPN. That went back over the last ten graphs and compared quarterback hand size to fumble rate per game and then Qbr overall there is zero correlation between the size of a quarterback's hand and their performance in the NFL. Zero correlation if anything it was in reverse the GUYS WITH QUOTE UNQUOTE SMALLER. Hands fumbled at the same rate and had a higher qbr than quarterbacks with bigger hands. It's like I don't understand. It takes two seconds to look this up to see if there's any correlation and what happens is you look at the data and you go. Well what's going on it's laughable coaches say? Oh hand size is more important than how Tala quarterback is I've read quote unquote draft experts. Who are saying you know in some situations. The size of a quarterback's hand is more important than his arm strength. What and Yes yes. It's never ending. You make a really important point story beyond questioning you know. The connection hand size measurements themselves are not very reliable. This the more you look into this it just gets sillier and Sillier and the fact that between the senior bowl and the combine and then pro day workouts on college campuses. There's no universally accepted way to measure a hand so you could go to the combine and where there's a ruler tape to a desktop and you have to put your hand down and they measure the distance between your thumb and your pinky and that's your hand size and three weeks later at your pro day. They might ask you to just hold your hand up in the air and they would spread a tape measure between your pinky and your psalm. And and that's your hand size one. You can lean into and spread your hands out on a desk. The only thing wrong with the theory of quarterback hand size is that it's fundamentally flawed on every single level if grip strength is more important. Sounds like you think it is. Why don't teams measure that? I honestly that's the million dollar question right. I think that they think that. There's a correlation between size and strength of a grip that's like measuring a kickers foot size to try and predict how long his field goals will be. I think that they think they're measuring for hand strength. And they're not they're measuring hand size and those are two completely different things. There's an entire cottage industry in the draft process of preparing these quarterbacks for you know the combine drills the interviews. Is there any preparation they can do? I can't believe I'm asking a question to make. Their hands seem larger. Yes absolutely there are players because they have no choice. That will hire your hand. Masseuses to loosen up the connective tissue in their hand just so that they can get that measurement over nine inches and sort of. Check that box off Brandon Allen. Who's now a backup in? Denver is a perfect example of that right. He went into the senior bowl. Didn't even realize hand measurement was a thing and just sorta held his hand up and they were like oh eight and a half inches. And everyone's like Oh my God his career's over and so between the senior bowl and the combine the masseuse that he was already working with spend a little extra time massaging his hand and then when he got to the combine he really concentrated on the measurement spread his hand out as far as he could and I think he got just under nine inches and again like the talk of the combine. Was this guy's magical hand masseuse. And he told me right that other quarterbacks with tiny hands we're blowing up his phone asking him what his secret was and and could they get the number of his masseuse coming up. How our brains allow this and other faulty? Nfl Scouting Practices to persist

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Saturday’s NFL schedule is an unexpected delight: Three games with high stakes

Best Week Ever

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Saturday’s NFL schedule is an unexpected delight: Three games with high stakes

"And we had some great games yesterday we had Texans defeating the Bucks wrapping up another A. F. C. south champs there for for five seasons they've done that we ended up having the rails be eliminated by Jimmy garage below Robbie gold late into that ballgame is the forty Niners looking for that number one seed but it was all about the New England Patriots once again and of course they win the AFC east for the eighty seventh consecutive year and bill Belichick was asked about you know where that ASC east hat how do you like the fit of the hat the current lower Nyssa can you imagine it sounds like or how should show press good right yep yep yep sounds good me we can get it done with all its music and I played with Brett Farr is that's that's fair is there a worst give me because who buys that I mean you know you're always looking for a last second Christmas gifts I mean does anyone actually own an A. F. C. east champs T. series in fairness you're offered up a banner that they participated in AFC championship so there are two New England is not gonna be one of those programs that is excited about a hat from an AFC east championship that I think you just said eighty seven straight yeah they're not but but you don't think of the Browns won their division that those hats would go flying off the shelves I I guess right again it's it's expectation level on where you've been and I was in baton Rouge earlier this week and I looked at it and it had give the semi final game tee shirts as you know against Oklahoma there like a get ready for the peach bowl this could be great Mike that's got to be a tough sell as far as merchandise did you want to say that you went there yeah you want to take it that you went to the game yes but it's not the end all be all for Ellis shoots to win a national championship in is to have the national championship cert against probably either I think the Clemson Tigers at Ohio state if they're able defeat defeat Oklahoma but for the patriots it's incredible that they continue to do it and I think I go back and look at Sean McVay tell sure and what happened I thought this was interesting his quote about not going to the Super Bowl would ready to attack the Aussies it is tough because you care so much about these players the work that they put in and you want to do your part to try to you know see yourself you know have see those guys have that success and get an opportunity compete for World Championship we're not gonna do that but I do trust that were made of the right stuff I know that once we get through next week I can't wait to attack the off season figure out how I can be better for this football team as we move forward and I think the scars are gonna make us better it's interesting you know the last time I heard bill Belichick talking give something similar a speech two thousand eight I don't even think you gave that speech river Brady was alpha back castle ins of coming in after Brady got injured in the first couple of games and they go eleven five that was the last time it's been over a decade since the patriots had to give a speech like that and when I see Sean McVay who was this hot you know commodity they go they lost a wild card game made it to the Super Bowl in your two and we're thinking all right he's figured out the game he's brilliant makes me appreciate tells her what bill Belichick and the patriots continue to do in this sport appeared at the end of a yeah and that's why it's been the gray of people say it's the greatest run dynasty in the history of the league because how everything is structured for this not to happen and you see that these teams that lose super bowls the hang over effect there is something there because it's so hard to get in that position and then when you just fall short of it the error just comes completely out and having to reboot now they're rebooting and when you give up draft picks like the rams have and they have a full offense of why they have to re vamp you know in a way it is not left tackle he's getting older if he's gonna come back and play there's a lot of different things that they're going to have to deal with in the Sean McVay the genius title and why so many of these young coaches got hired that was not the case for a majority this season they did come on and play better at the end of the year but there is a stretch in the middle of the season this team was lost so they have a lot of work to do show my face got to figure out kind of new ways to reinvent what he's doing with the personalities gonna have it in you try to re invented and we see reinventing offices work right we we see with what the ravens have done under Lamar Jackson we sell it Sean make very had done obviously with the rams and the collegiate level though I think you can win a national championship by reinventing your office I you look at the LSU Tigers and and what we seen even clubs and while work with but in the NFL it's tried and true it's not about how great your offenses ask Patrick well homes as he has a super beau yet now is arguably the most impressive player often simply we've seen in years but it's about the defense and I guess we still trust the patriots more than anyone because of that defense dowsers or anyone else no I mean right now if you ask me I trust Baltimore and what they're doing running the football and then the defense because it used to be it was all defense and still it keeps you in these games but with the roles and how things go use you have to be able to move the football and that's why the people have been more down on this patriots team because they've struggled so much all season well yesterday was the first real glimpse in the last three or four weeks that you see you know what maybe and now I think you're gonna see a little bit of that doubt start coming back

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Andrew Luck's retirement shocks football fans

Hugh Hewitt

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Andrew Luck's retirement shocks football fans

"And we were shocked by the stunning retirement the age twenty nine Andrew luck the Indianapolis Colts quarterback one estimate I read it a half billion dollars in four gone earnings your reaction might going to made it your top ten but your personal reaction to this young man saying I've got enough I'm not going to risk my health my personal reaction is that this present a massive issue to the NFL how dangerous indeed bill attending the sport can be hold it takes on top talents agenda and I were talking about this last night you reminded me of one of the great Green Bay Packers Brett Farr battled addiction to pain killers the talk about taking fifteen by the bike it in at one time taking a month's worth of pain killers in two days and so I think that the lock during the war you said that the joy had gone out of football the you're stuck in a cycle of the injury rehab injury we have the New York times on football a comma convulsant writing players of locks generation now make a loop whose calculation between help Christmas money and that's going to put them in conflict with team owners who always want more football not what and if you did a little more digging tomorrow you'll see that Andrew luck got crushed his first two seasons with the colts because they had a terrible offensive line to go back to Michael Lewis is great but the blind side and I'm watching Baker Mayfield were on the cover of the brands on the covers SI Odell Beckham junior Jarvis Landry and behind the Baker may feel and Nick Chubb we're gonna have a great year we had a very good offensive line after job attorney I was at left guard and I'm beginning to think that reading that Andrew luck story the brown should start trading draft choices to get in a line to protect their asset which is Baker may feel he's the whole club these everything and the reason Andrew luck is quitting with half the career of Roethlisberger and and one two fifths of the career of Tom Brady is because you don't have an old line it be it Michael Lewis is frightening still right this is a brown story is proof that all politics is local the the the ill the triumph of hope over experience has led me to have season I have my four on the fifteen people want them and I'm so excited about Mike Allen always a pleasure good Monday

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"brett farr" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I kid you not I know like exactly like my reaction was just like hands up just like I just in city and I was probably forty or fifty rows back that stadium is huge and yeah so S. C. Wisconsin sports fan you were you were born the year they traded for Brett Farr the Packers yeah book very Alvarez takes over at Wisconsin the year right right right around the same year so your football and and even basketball's been much better so your your sports fandom has been really a good it's been a good twenty seven year run unbelievably spoiled so the way I would use so if I were watching the national championship game it was Duke versus the golfers and over ten eleven point lead with nine minutes ago I would be crappy my pants figuring out ways for them to blow it how were you watching that game did you feel confident that they finish it off and we're going to win no because you knew how good Duke was I mean was guys at two first round draft picks on a team and decker and Kaminsky but do caddis forum justice Winslow okra for I mean the list goes on Allen was on that team to draft a few years later they were obviously a really good team but it was one of those moments where Wisconsin venture log Minnesota fan you get really really really close and was got says a couple super bowls they were game from the World Series last year the box were up to in the Eastern Conference finals this year you get really close but it always seems like those big market teams like the LA Dodgers or those big name schools the blue bloods like Duke Kentucky the previous year just all we seem to have one ad jumper one call that goes their way and it's frustrating as a fan two thousand fourteen NFC championship game up seventeen in the second I like I feel your pain that was obviously god dang it that's probably the third greatest memory not only was of course the words that the onside kick in Seattle that was great what a what a Super Bowl that year they they were fourteen point favors for your favorite memory ever against the Broncos in ninety eight forty are if any was thirteen and a half point favorites going into game and this somehow blew it so that's a thing as a Packer fan I would imagine that you see with the Aaron Rodgers era and now it's it's look he still have he still has a window and I think he still has a strong window here but it's it's now on the back end and as a Packer fan having gone back to back with farmers and Rogers hall of fame quarterback play are you upset that you only have two super bowls I'm not upset I would obviously like to have more super bowls but I had some of the great wall I was super young for the first one but the second one was in like the heart of my college career so it was amazing to to have that one could they have more absolutely but you can't compare everyone to the New England Patriots because they're the aberration in all sports right but you can't be the patriots you can't be the Boston Red Sox in the early two thousand you know one wins that often sure Roger have more worrying rings absolutely and I disappointed not really but I do think he gets another one two maybe three I can't wow two three he need to I need to get two more yeah okay so back in I did the research one time back in ninety two cents far took over there because he didn't miss a start forever and then Rogers up until a couple years ago had really allow I guess in twenty ten he missed a few games and then they had like five starting quarterback since I was born yeah and I did the read against the Vikings who have had like four hundred yeah it's it's just it's crazy so now last year Kirk cousins played every single game for the Vikings got a lot of blame for the Vikings way too much but in fact Dan Orlovsky the closer former NFL quarterback to close out a couple of in sixteen seasons said Kirk cousins you're giving him way too much blame for the Viking struggles last year and he's saying a lot of this is my calling it's so you don't like Pat Shurmur twenty seventeen made a big difference right Pat Shurmur he was great call the great game put case Keenum in in good positions plaster Saint John D. Filipo did not do a good job and here's what he did he Dan Orlovsky broke this down he said her cousins took way too much blame for the Viking struggle last year he said he wants to take the next step and that's to win but look at third downs they were twenty six in the NFL but thirty times it was thirty six or less and had a plea of pocket was clean meaning no rush thirty six or less clean pocket we should convert that almost every single time and he said every single time Kirk cousins made the right choice and the right throw coaches you need to call a better place it's kind of crazy with the Vikings look at him with that wider see record just your top two guys and digs in deland you want to better tight ends in the NFL then you have Dalvin cook out the back field like thirteen sick you should not be twenty six percent on third and six now they did of offense of line issues but he said the pocket was clean and the reason is that yeah they broke down it's kind of dumb founding to me that you can have that amount of talent and not have the success the stack up thirteen six our last pocket clean thirty four times thirty four times it did not convert thirty four of thirty four they said Kirk cousins right read right timing right throw so that's a four game difference when difference alone so now I've been all kinda the kind of negative I'm always a little bit negative the Vikings expecting everything now the sudden well that's it figured it out there were twelve games this year just based on this alone I can chalk up to losses for sure was that week to in December twenty third I think it is every year in the schedule comes out I look and I say where they plan the bears in the in the Packers on the road it's gonna be outside in the cold now you're in Green Bay in September trying to be eighty degrees that day and Chicago to in September is it yep so many good division this year like the bears are legit and the Packers have Rogers in the Vikings and if you if the Vikings honestly just play up to their potential they are really good roster yeah they scare me a little bit I don't like to admit to soap Rogers shoulder can hold up yeah yeah yeah go spend ninety million dollars on another average quarterback well they spent the money to keep fantasy of our that's a gap that's the going rate he's other Tyus Jones at the barge J. McClelland both divisional guys who have broke Rogers caller right up there with the owner he might be out of the league by now he was on the bears and was at thirty yeah but yeah bar Tyus Jones I was so happy when bar signed with the jets for that half hour three great days back you were one of the clowns of the times they go to dirty that's during the war you know I really didn't I tend not to react that way what I did was I packed I was watching the part of the game alive apartment I packed up the food that I was eating and I went and had some retail therapy as well as the repair shoes that I didn't watch the end of the day it is to their like yep callable as well about you don't remember two thousand you have been pretty young but Dave you to remember this so two thousand in the Vikings and Packers played at Lambeau field is a Monday night the Vikings were good and the Packers were very good that you're at least not to start the improbable bobble with Antonio Freeman yes and so he did what tris's Dishman is defending the salesman in the ball rolled off on to Freeman's backing running for the touchdown in overtime ended the game I was so angry I was in college freshman year freshman dorm in my one of my very very best friend's body Marshall is sitting next me he's a Packer fan he said what and I just spread it out of the room bring it down the steps outside and as I can Korea I sprinted all the way to Morehead state in back I was just so angry I wanted after the first packagers ever owned eighty six Antonio Freeman I remember my mom who never woke me up for anything I was you know in elementary school so this was one of those like overtime Monday night wakes me up to see that highlight and I remember like Antonio Freeman is the man now today with the cameras they probably touched a blade of grass they would react ed and all the different things but yes a great catch yeah great catch well we enjoyed your time Tony from Wisconsin thank you so much we're we just make sure I know you're leaving the area but we're leaving the show but just tune it in because we're gonna give Tyus Jones a lot a lot here in this next segment that's kind.

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"brett farr" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I don't know if we have the sound for this but Brett Farr was asked about Aaron Rodgers about a week ago. I was on vacation as a little story. About Aaron Rodgers has a new coach and errands come out and said, listen, this coach has a style and a in a system and it's pretty rigid and I'm not necessarily a quarterback who works well in a in a rigid, offense I tend to be an ad Liber and far defended Aaron Rodgers. Erin. It'll be fine. You know, I think that's the thing is he needs to remain the same. I don't have to give him any advice hill handle it. Well, I think you let him play his game and not not disturbed that very much. And then be is going to be interesting to see if that happens. Here's the thing, Tom Brady, and Joe Montana. Were incredibly coach -able stars ten Super Bowls, incredibly coach -able far Big Ben and Aaron Rodgers are talented. Not as coach -able now yappy, they've got five MVP's, but far Big Ben and Rogers only have four Super Bowls. And I think when I say far Big Ben and Rogers, we tend to think talented, but left a lot on the table is what you're hearing about Aaron. Rodgers is what Greg Cosell said on our show three years ago. And I've played this at least ten times, maybe more. Aaron Rodgers is not that coach -able. The reality is when you watch Aaron Rodgers and it takes nothing away from his performance over the years, but he's not truly a rhythm player, Colin. He's kind of an offbeat player and off rhythm player. He's more like a jazz beat. He's a second reaction player and very often there are throws that are there within the rhythm of the play and the timing of the play, and he doesn't make those throws. Now he might move around, and then make another throw. But there are times against really good defenses where that doesn't work. It's tough to be consistent that way against higher level defenses. Translation. He's not very cultural. Like you have to make a choice is a talented quarterback in really any athlete. Do you want to be coach -able Tim Duncan Tom Brady, Andrew luck? Or do you want to just do what works for you Aaron Rodgers Brett farve little bit of Cam? What are you want to do, and I'll give you an amazing stat Aaron? Rodgers owns a shockingly bad step in. It's hard to wrap your brain around, but it's data and you can't argue it Aaron Rodgers has fewer come from behind wins than Andy Dalton Ryan tannehill. And Joe flacco don't blame the defense. That doesn't make any sense. But yes, it does because to win come from behind games. Coaching converges with quarterback play. So who are the two best guys in the league statistically at come from behind wins? Brady and luck. The two most coach -able stars the ringer did an article not was last football season. And they were talking about how Brady and luck over fifty percent when they can come from behind and win. They do because their coach -able Aaron Rogers and his unwillingness to be coach is at twenty five percent half of luck and Brady. And so I think Aaron Rodgers could get away with this. When Chicago had a bad GM a bad coach and no quarterback. And when Detroit and Minnesota were dysfunctional, and there was a long streak when the bears the lions and the Vikings didn't have a franchise quarterback, but Chicago and Minnesota now are loaded rosters. They have their quarterbacks for the future and the closer. The talent details in all sports matter more and Aaron Rodgers is becoming farve. None of us want to become our dads. Right. And you look up at forty five and we're all or dads and my wife and I joke about that all the time, we don't want to be our parents. Right. They're not cool that can do this in, you're looking at forty five, and you're like, oh, I'm a parents is it Rogers is becoming far a certain rigidity, a certain level of talent, not willing to always be coach able ad-libbing living out of called successful plays..

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"brett farr" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"He doesn't respect you because you didn't respect him. Now. He's with you. And he has suspect play calling or he doesn't agree with the play calling and you having failure. I could see how that relationship was soured. But the question is whether or not an Rogers so containers at this point contained curious, if he can have a good relationship with anyone at this point who very much like the broad. He doesn't respect you as soon as you walk into the door. In other words, you don't get opportunity to earn respect you need to come in. All ready having that degree. Era sit behind breath for okay eras was the backup to Brett Farr. Mike McCarthy was the head coach. His time came he made the decision to switch to him because he felt that Aaron Rodgers was getting ready to pass up Brett farve, and they didn't want to staife in his growth by having and continue to sit. So they made it should TJ decision as an organization they had the keys to the car to an Rogers. They went to Super Bowls. They win. I mean, they went to once in a while. They win the ones who they lose the NFC championship game to Seattle. But they still want a lot of games in this league together. Well, here's everybody everybody. Go. There you go Mike McCarthy was because of the brings a van Raj. I think it's the latter. I mean, we had somebody had to call the place. Yeah. Could have been Rogers. I don't know the air was calling the place, and it was really fine. It up like that the Mike McCarthy's football IQ could be suspect. And you know, Missy told you take us the suspect, and he talked about football and Aaron Rodgers. That's that's I would say the same thing. How'd you get you get this up? I remember one of our hand scouts the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where at spring practice. No. We're at some our practice, and we're all we're all kind of like huddle up walking back. He's standing there. We're having conversation ish James..

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"brett farr" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on NFL Live

"Walks into the disaster. The first half one Rams they had threaded thirty five point fit toy the left sideline. Now. With a third down such down side goof per. Every time the line. He's got it. We're tied. Please drops back. Throws down. The slot Mike. was texting. Saturday to yards. Celebrate did hit it outweigh the ranch. I lost two thousand eighteen. And there you go the Rams insane. So we the fourth playoff matchup between team to average thirty points per game in the regular season. The first since the two thousand fifteen NFC championship game drew Brees celebrated his fortieth birthday yesterday. He joins Tom Brady Brett Farr as the only forty year old quarterbacks to start a playoff game in the Super Bowl era and the ram set a franchise postseason record with two hundred seventy three rushing yards against the Cowboys with Todd Gurley and C J Anderson going for over one hundred yards in that game. Without we'll say Hello to our Rams reporter Lindsey theory and Lindsey the Rams never really broke from that one game at a time and tally the season. But now just one game away from a trip to the Super Bowl. What's going on there as we speak? Hey, wendy. Well, you always think it's a sunny here in California. I can tell you right now there is a little bit of a sprinkle coming down in LA. And because of that practice plans this week have changed the Rams have erected a large tent over there parking lot. That is where they're going to hold to walk through today to stay off of their soggy field that is covered in tarps, but they wanna keep that field intact. So they can hopefully practice there tomorrow if they cannot if it is raining too hard. They also will practice under that ten but Wendy, no rain around. Here is going to put any damper on the Rams at confidence coming off their first playoff win in seventeen seasons. I spoke with left guard Roger Stafford who is very much acknowledged that they are one win away from a Super Bowl. He sent their confidence is very high coming off that one win because that is just something this organization hasn't been able to accomplish out Sean McVeigh, he usually keeps it to one game at a time. But even he acknowledged that this is what you play for you play to be one win away from the chance. A Super Bowl, Wendy. And really there's no reason they shouldn't be coveted especially without running game. C J Anderson has become almost an overnight sensation in L A after what he did against the Cowboys. What's the difference with with him on the on the roster? When did he really has everywhere you look LA TV Ellie radio. It's all about C J Anderson right now. And really it goes back to his story. Remember he was on the couch in mid December before the Rams needed a backup running back in signed him. And then he came in. He put together two consecutive games rushing for more than one hundred yards and then in his first game with Todd Gurley. They provided that one two punch and a great complement to each other C, J Anderson told me that him in girly really fed off each other through the last month. Even though girly wasn't on the field. Girly did take on a role talking to Anderson about how they could play together. And I don't think anybody around the Rams facility could have predicted that it would have gone as well as it has Wendy. No question about that..

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"brett farr" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"No, I'm Scott. So i'm. But I get a man is probably the most challenging quarterback. Because he's my division. Threaten as you mentioned doing the game. Twenty one point lead. Came back down, but rest assured it. He's. This is Larry I agree, man. I love the call actually call. What's the expression of prophet is never appreciate his own hometown? It takes enemy territory like Chicago. And that is one of the and by the way, one of the reasons I recognized farve. And Aaron Rodgers greatness is when I was growing up as a rabid bears fan who was immersed and bathed in suffering and failure disappointment year after year after year. I realized how much I like Brett Farr because of what he represented that. We didn't have. And I'll being honest, it pain me to think that highly of quarterback I'd grown a painting. And then Aaron Rodgers came along with really good. But I you know, I hated him. I, you know, this guy sucks or whatever. And then I Don to me. Oh my God. Again. Like I have to like have this hero worship respect for the enemy twice. Are you kidding me? I hate you should go. Right. That's and there's something to that. I it's a lot harder to be appreciated in your own hometown. You're on home your own place of work, whatever it is. For whatever reason distance is often the thing that gives perspective eight five five two one two four CBS is the phone number stoop shaking his head. We weren't talking about used to we appreciate you, Josh in York, Pennsylvania. Thank you for listening. You're on CBS sports radio. I just wanted to address the guy was Paul earlier. I'd really like to know where he played college football at if you don't think Aaron Rodgers wanted to talk to quarterbacks imagine talking about your reason that uniform was had tomorrow and Joe Thomas. The throws to you know, and a coach like Sean Payton or I mean, I can understand the Brady argument. I'm eating I it with the rain. But I think if Rogers had ballot check he does the same thing. I think he wins more Josh. And I'm not take vector. Yeah. Yes. Yes. I agree. And we love salmon Portland, but to give Samson credit when you hate somebody hates him. But those things can be as empowering and is addictive as phantom. I love to hate the teams that I love to hate part of the reason I'm so mad. I just say that somebody nice things again about Farben Aaron Rodgers. But I don't blame those guys. I blame the Chicago Bears. Eight five five two one two four CBS. We'll take some more calls. We we love hearing the conversations really interesting. So please join it at eight five five two one two four CBS and then towards the end of the hour. We'll get to to Kevin Todd and his perspective on tonight's game. And the games this weekend. Kevin CEO, president sports brokers dot com. Some more phone calls. Eight five five two one two four CBS as we talk about Aaron Rodgers. And Russell Wilson in these two teams get ready to face each other pretty big game tonight coming up next here on the show rider than you with me. Bill Ryder after we get a CBS sports radio update from act who's back.

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"brett farr" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Each of those years missed the playoffs six times in twelve years, he missed the playoffs. Just for perspective, Tom Brady has made the playoffs fifteen of the sixteen years. He's been healthy in the starting quarterback fifteen out of sixteen Peyton Manning made it fifteen of seventeen years. He was healthy in the starting quarterback. Brett Farr made it twelve of nineteen, not great, but better than drew Brees. So drew Brees is more like ally who's made the playoffs six of thirteen years. So it's kind of like on pace with Eli, right? Is it great? No. So are these yards contributing to win lots of winds? Are you dominating the league because you're throwing for a record number of yards. You're not dominating a couple of times. He threw for five thousand in miss the playoffs. Right. So what does that say. Skip the rules have changed. I'm not saying that drew. Because here's the things get when you debate a topic like this. I know people are going to be saying skipping. Shannon is not trying to give drew his credit for what he deserved. We're trying to put this in context drew Brees in this era is great. I don't know if he played them another era because think about it, how many things booked quarterback played pre two thousand and has success. There's a reason why team shied away from them. So when you look at it that context, how many guys through damn arena up until drew did it. Again was the only guy throw for four thousand five thousand yards. Joe Joe named was the first to do it in the late sixties. Then I think damn files did it. And then Danny Marino for the dolphins, he kinda made it routine. But for the most part, if you do for three thousand thirty five hundred, you a damn good quarterback. Yeah, because most of the time people wanted to run the ball everytime little bringing defense, you run game. You can get to the Super Bowl. That kind of flip was they started getting these guys like, man, they change. The rules. Well, you don't really necessarily need the run game. If you've got one of the generational quarterback but drew I mean seventy seventy two thousand yards give again, you have to play a long time. You have to be relatively healthy and because you look at the guy that he that he pays breath played play twenty years. He's started like three hundred two hundred ninety. Three hundred game Peyton Manning before he had that neck injury would go along. So you gotta play. You gotta play whale. It's not like you know, he did. He play bad. I mean you before ninety nine seventy two thousand yards. So clearly he's played well. He's played will for a long period of time, but. Like I said, if the record words storied more is valued as they were in baseball, maybe we'd be going on, but this is the most popular sport in North America, and he's the all time leading passer. So that means something. So his two best years, two thousand nine and last year we're the closest years they were balanced run pass. We had him on two years ago at the Super Bowl, and he said, we gotta get back to two thousand nine. We got to get a little more fifty fifty and they weren't quite fifty fifty. But there are a lot more fifty fifty than they weren't all these other years. So drew knows that all these yards don't matter Noli in the end and I loved what he did last night because he kept saying, even at the flashpoint moment. Okay, let's go win the game. Let's go win the game. His wife said to go in the game and he said, Sean Payton. Let's go win the football game because he knows none of this really matters in the end unless you win the football because you guys go have a lot of yards methods. Matthew Stafford. We'll look at that. He's but he's got the most attempts ever per game thirty eight points. Thirty nine attempts to game for Matt staff. So he's going to have mattered what you know. At the end of the day we're going to, we're going to look and see, okay. Yeah, you through for a lot of yards. Yeah, you did this for this, but what did did you quit to you winning? Because at the end of the down, just talking about in the radio, not even talking about the play offs..

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"brett farr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This generations of Brett Farr. John Elway if you will. This. This guy knows what he wants to go with the ball. And he's very accurate. He has a quick release. Is really playing well kids confidence swag, right? Is right when he comes out there. He thinks he's. And he's making plays shoulder saying. I mean, he he can throw the ball in play windows, and he's not afraid to do it. So that's that's that's the biggest thing. I see on the kid. That's ravens defensive coordinator, Don Martindale, and let me just say this. I had no idea. He was like an older version of Kenny powers. We need more. Don Martindale in our lives. Did you see that mullet stats? That's a good look for wink. Let me tell you something. He's got a shaved on the sides. He's got the Baltimore Ravens hat on tight. And you just got that tufted hair. Like the like the tail of an animal the lead in the back. I like it. I like it. That's what happens a lotta times. But when when they keep the assistance tucked away, you don't get to hear them and see them very much. I I like I like Don Martin down. I don't like the, wink nickname. That's too easy. That's low hanging fruit. And I know that stuck to him because there was a game show host called wink, Martindale that you got to do something better than that. I liked Kenny powers. Look, I think he's trying to outrun the wink Martindale vibe. This is not wink, Martindale, definitely not wink Martindale that we saw and heard there, and I like it now. Also likes him some Baker Mayfield and a little over the top to start making comparisons to Brett farve, and John Elway. Although we've done it with we've done it with Patrick Mahomes. I think there's a fundamental difference between what we've seen from Patrick Mahomes, and what we've seen from Baker Mayfield. For mayfield. We have seen a guy who pops we've seen a guy who has confidence we seen a guy who who has velocity to the point where he he puts the ball in a lot faster than tyrod Taylor. Did there were nine drops last week by the Browns, and you got Mayfield taking the blame for the drop. So I think Mayfield can be special, and this is all part of this golden age of young quarterbacks that is going to carry the NFL into the next decade and beyond and you see every year. Now the quarterbacks that are being drafted high are turning out to be pretty good. The fifty percent bust rate. I don't think it's there anymore. I think far more of these guys are turning into great players. And otherwise, I think part of it is the coaches are losing that stubbornness of using their system, and instead embracing what guys have done successfully in the past and. Also think about all the balls that get thrown now by quarterbacks not just in the college system, but the seven on seven camps all the time they spent throwing-throwing throwing throwing throwing at some point that's going to pay off. And we've seen it with these young quarterbacks. Baker Mayfield is already among the best in part because he's got that buzz. He's got that quality. And and also he's playing for a team that that I don't know how much of this was engineered but between hard knocks and all the preseason games, featuring the Browns, they're a team now that people are paying attention to. And they had that great game on Sunday that not many people got to see because it was in a regional window at four zero five eastern but the game against the raiders a mini classic. And the Browns could have been slashed should have won it. They were up by fourteen at one point. He was twenty one for forty one two hundred ninety five yards and two touchdowns last week also to interceptions and lost two fumbles. They got cut down on that. And this is going to be a real challenge for the Browns this week. The ravens should be four. Now. The ravens spotted the Bengals twenty one points in the week to priests regular season. Thursday night game. And they almost came back and won that one. The ravens have been very good. They felt the Steelers shut them down in the second half. I think this is just one of those where the Browns may make it interesting to Browns can keep a close you're going to have a hard time beating the ravens, but this'll make me feel better and Mayfield. We'll get his share of wins. And more importantly, he will make the Browns relevant and competitive every week. That's why that win two weeks ago against the jets were so important. It's not the fact that it was helpful yet. Oh, hey first victory since Christmas Eve two thousand sixteen. Yeah. That's good. But what's better? Is it carries with it? The promise of more wins and the promise of more games where you enjoy that three hours mean think about them you're a Browns fan like how much of a game. Do you really enjoy like by halftime? You know, it's done for the most part. Now, these games are exciting. They're competitive and the Browns I think once they learn how to win once they have that watershed moment. Maybe it comes this weekend against the ravens. But once they have that moment, they're going to start winning more games. Then they lose. Let me say one other thing about this. This group of great young quarterbacks. From Baker Mayfield to Patrick Mahomes to Jared Goff to Carson Wentz to maybe Josh Rosen. Josh Allen based on what we've seen from. So far these guys keep developing and more and more guys flood the NFL every year who are good young quarterbacks. You know at some point at some point. It'll be fair to talk about the possibility of expansion because my default position on expansion for years has been don't even start that discussion you can't expand. When there aren't enough quarterbacks for thirty two teams. But as more of these young guys pan out, and if we can count on that pipeline every year that the best college quarterbacks are going to be good NFL quarterback..

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"brett farr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Aches. Tonight, not bad throws by Grady. But balls that the colts have come up with shotgun. For Radi were toss out by element bounces off a tackle Phil gone down the right side on for a first down. The initial contact did not stop. That'll mental was Chris Milton anti turned it up field for yards Linas rummages now thirty four with nine fifty to go Brady is over three hundred yards on the night buildings fight to the block of Philip doors set in it almost looks like Phil gross. It should have been called for holding. He's all over the back of milkman. That's why he can't wrap up for the patriots dodged Boulter that should have been a whole on door set nine and a half to play patriots. Have a first down at the thirty four three in the pocket Brady looking long trying to set up receivers tiles it up to the end zone. Josh. Touchdown. Tom Brady joins the five hundred bucks down twelve. A strict tack nor toss Gordon. Peyton Manning and Brett Farr make room for Tom Brady. You can't do it any better than that. And it's on all say mustard play against what he's oh. Big Tom Brady buys time. And they just throws it up to Josh more. Double team adjust borders goes up it makes ca five hundred touchdown catch for Tom Brady. The extra point curls through for Gus hausky two defenders there. Josh, gordon. Wins the match up. And it's number five hundred for Tom Brady and it adds to the New England league thirty one seventeen with nine nineteen to play. You're listening to Thursday night football on Westwood One. Results.

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"brett farr" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Shadow to Mike max back to work this morning here on WBZ show morning. Good morning. David aurea. Well, I'm excited for Jaco Torrisi, man. He almost he no hit the Yankees into the eighth inning last night. Something men are still pretty well built teenager. We know what was wrong with the twins issue that they need to play the Yankees enough, man. But yeah, it would really piss well last night. He's got. He hasn't been great over the last couple of months he from time to time. You get good stuff. He's pitchers pitcher from the standpoint that he you really approaches the gamers and artist as much as he does a science. He he believes it. It's all about balance changing angles changing, I levels all those things are going to pitching in some nights that works and did last night glimpse. Why they wanted him in the off season. But you know, you're not it nice series and the nice outing by him. And he just doesn't have the overpowering fastball that he can rental up, you know, go through month or something like that. 'cause he knew throw it by as gotta be fine. He's got to be perfect. But he he thinks the game. Well in the day. He's a good guy too. Good interview yet durable. I mean there. There you go. You want to? He's gonna pitch for you. Johm? Our do you think he's a close to call into the career? I don't know I've talked to a couple of times this year about it. And I read your think you doing due diligence and thinking this thing's ruined the huge decisions. It's such a lifestyle change. And you know, how much does it mean to him that they I don't know if you're gonna be rebuild mode now season, or we're going to be how much that interest in this weather come to the ballpark every day. And you you're in contention versus trying to play young players may have something to do with it. He sounded all along. At least I've talked to legacy twins or nothing. You know that it's your nothing. But I don't think I I don't see us situation that you never know where another team would come up and now making offer that he can't refuse kind of thing. But everytime guys get to the end of this. They think it'll be an easy decision. And then they get there. And they realize how hard it is. Because you're saying goodbye for some most guys don't have the choice. Most guys don't have a choice as to whether or not they come back. They just find out 'cause nobody invites him back to spring training. Kind of thing. But it's a difficult difficult decision because you've given so much your life to it. And it's such a lifestyle for you. You know, we'll have Adam Phelan on tomorrow Friday as well was doing talk about the upcoming against the Packers. Yeah. And of course, you'll have Harrison Smith on Mondays max, he said some nice up here on C, she'll but. The Brett Brett Farr Aaron Rodgers. I would what do you think think he's gonna play this weekend? I don't know. I think he I don't know. What do I know? I'm not in Green Bay. I don't know how that ligament feels all those things, and I only say that because they're talking today about it's kind of being in week fourteen fifteen sixteen is if you saying you can play with it. It's just because you can do it. You're showing. I don't know. I. Funny as I remember last week at hurt that game. And and then they played them. Of course, the second Thailand. Well, given a chance to win the same. I wanna see her in Rogers play, you know, I like that when they run out the best players against the best players chess match. And so I I guess I hope he plays. I hope he plays against the Vikings Michigan play last year for most of the two games. And I hope that he plays on Sunday. Forgotten guy Ron town that and you remember the whole recruiting thing was the coach booster and Chantal Henderson. And they were trying to get a look like he's kind of Minnesota. And then he changed his mind. I see that. He's out for the season. Got an ankle injury in the first quarter on Sunday for the Texans. Yeah. Yeah. Houston is with buffalo before that. He went down to Miami. And had an okay career news after in the late rounds and medical condition near the very sideswiped Cinemax a little bit in buffalo. But he he's played through it. At one time coming in high school courses is going to get the big contract left tackle on Sundays all that stuff. He hasn't had that kind of career. He's had the kind of career where he's good enough to be in the NFL that'll make you a nice paycheck. I not a dominant offensive lineman breaker STAN roster because you need those positions so much. And so it's it's been Kevin interesting journey for him since the questions US CNN Miami. And did okay down. There had a couple of setbacks and I survived in the NFL. And I guess that's the best thing you say about as crucifiers he's still playing we can do on the show tonight. I'm going to cream Mike Lynch is desk. And then something else another note here. Oh, the last time, I guess screwed up and telescope. Yeah. Yeah. I used the wrong cleaning fluid because people looking at the note here. So I can have to redo that all of them. Yeah. He's gotta learn not to write says vicious notes. But I would say this people don't realize course, we've got Kansas City here on the radio guest star twins an come in. And then just do a lot of a lot of odd jobs. I guess basic a lot of things that you guys don't realize when you get into the makes your life easier. It's the new stuff that you don't see laying around the studio stuff like that that you don't expect you to appreciate your say. It's the little things. So that when you guys come in the morning, you know, you don't even think you like sit down and go right to work. So I'm not looking for accolades. I'm not looking for braces. Just it's it's way up. I can tell that and Mike Lynch you just gotta stop being a little nicer on the notes. Well, you know that view of Saturn. We had in my last class because of what you did on that lends forgiving, you was that seven. Pictures that imprinted is that anybody who looked through it. When you come in tonight, a pigeon just did a number on our window. Here's another. Come back at eight forty first maxi. Here's Mike max, does it all here at the radio station. MTV can catch my channel four as well. Sports. Brought to you by the great people at federated insurance as we watched show. This storm really getting close now in just kind of on the edges. You said touching parts of the Carolinas. Now might start to get tropical force winds. And it's just going to get worse as the day goes on million. And we go back to last year two thousand seventeen you remember all the events we had from mother nature and a challenge clients for federal like never before because they're a national company. 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"brett farr" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"So that was cool to see. But that was not the that was a nice little scene at the end, but it wasn't the season. That's what a lot of people have. You know, their fresh in their memory is Coby put that many points in his last game, but that's not what the season it was. Literally the ultimate walkup shot. It was the ultimate walkup shot because it raised the entire season because it was sixty one points because it was as exciting in just unexpected as a was. It was. I can't believe I just saw Kobe dropped sixty one in his last game as opposed to, hey, this covered up a pretty underwhelming sees after I, it was. It was a happy ending for all the Laker fans. I was thinking that maybe what you. Mm. In here now it still works. Does it just more of it? 'cause then you got me over here. We've all move I. I'm outnumbered at this point. Yeah, it's on one. Party. You got yourself deeper. I thought it just maybe navy party. Don't stop you, but I don't know shack. I mean, maybe it's wishful thinking for shack to us. You know, their relationship has been rekindled over the years and you know, always wonder about that. I, I know that they're not Addy the way that they used to be right, where where you know shacks wrapping Koby house, my, you know that whole, we're not at that anymore. But when you really were at someone for a long time and you have by the way, just radically different human beings. Yes. The way that they Zoli radically different apps you could ever come around like a horse couple who hated each other. Now you're cordial in front of the kids perfect of that type of -nology, but I've never been divorced have you, but I am Majid. That's what it's likely I grew with you. Yeah, that that whole thing. Because even what was it TNT where they did the thing where they sat down together and they were talking about going through it and they were both trying to have that jocular brotherly thing going on. And you could tell that Koby still would bristle. When shack would try to treat him like his younger. Oh, it's like Brett farve recently talking about Aaron Rodgers that great game. We had against Chicago into animosity, you knows, you know, Dan, while you hate it, Aaron Rodgers. When he came into league Brett Farr, Aaron Rodgers still has hard feelings about Brett Farr for the way he got treat, wouldn't you? Of course, you're showing out now. They look at me now you kept that on the bench. So I get it the dodgers. Have they gotten what they expected from Manny Machado? We'll do that plus the bit of the day. We ever figure out how old he was ever get to that yet. Think my math was correct. It would be seventy four seventy four. Everyone in forty four making seventy four somewhere around that. Yeah. Yeah. All right birthday math can be complicated. It can't specially five in the morning. Absolutely. All right. So. As a dodger fan, by the way, happy birthday, bear to white nine thousand four hundred and fifty years old honest when they got made Machado, it felt like, okay, here we go. It felt like he was the number one guy in the market. They'd of all the players that we're gonna move. He was the best player that was gonna move. So no about about the Yankees that everybody was in on Manny Machado to one degree or another. The dodgers end up getting him and it was okay. Here. They're gonna start playing better. They're in a terrible hole. They're gonna start playing better. They just added a legit and the candidate here we go never really happened it. He's been good, and it's not that Manny Machado is been terrible, but no, the question of whether or not he's had the impact that was expecting. I don't think there's any answer other than no, because they're still in second place and we're halfway through September. Yeah, it was like was checking out the daily news early and ask the question has many been the big difference maker in quotes the dodgers expected. I as dodger fan expected MVP quality, many now. How you can sell you as the last team..

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Bill Snyder, Holly Rowe and Brett Farve discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Bill Snyder, Holly Rowe and Brett Farve discussed on College Football Live

"Slide efforts here. That was Marie is that's all that. Oh, oh, yeah. Holly sold out. Maria. Maria was weeks. All's that was. Holly winds job Ali. Yeah. Ruffling. Gentlemen, effort,

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"brett farr" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on High Noon

"Psa about doing slantyeyed thing was important thank you we said that you know don't do it because y'all don't like it they don't care about deborah they're not gonna wear that's not going know that's not going to work i have some suggestions for deterrence that you could offer but we'll talk about later bb yeah all right i quote i don't want to hype him but i compare him to brett farr free agent live back at top highly about his former chiefs teammate quarterback patrick mahomes when asked the bottom of the nfl network let's listen so a lot of were questioning that move you were there for a whole season with him tomba what are we getting patrick mahomes you're you're gonna get a complete player he's a smart player if you could throw the ball athletically he's gifted you don't have to coach it in practice i've watched them just look guys off eric bill you look at them off complete bowl you did it to marcus peters a lot in in those so people don't know what's coming i don't want to hype them compare them the brit fourth can we take a little bit more time with that thing yeah react that can we please i i wasn't expecting to see that yeah we got to see this again we'll talk about yeah right yeah yeah this is see the thing about that like for other people that are on the said when he wants so teed shake hands you're like oh nice meeting you think everything's normal the next thing you know we turn to decide it's all to the other person and you're like you can't do that because it's like important in poor taste like it's not it's obviously not mullet no party in iraq but only in the basement and i feel like you've got to cut it yourself because like if you to barbara be like oh man i'll give you this haircut man you can't be telling the streets that you're doing this but here we go the question yeah i should have a home spill about the comparison to brett for so above and beyond the hair situation of of the respected tomba holly i think they're going to miss alex smith man bomani jones and our friendship really was born when you laughed at me for writing for alex smith during the whole alex smith i 'cause the only answered you hand was out expedient yes correct alex smith man if you want a guy who is the opposite red farve it was alex smith alex smith brought you risk aversion he didn't bring you any interceptions he brought to you good decisions he was not just the kid out there he was the men managing a game out there if this is brett farve patrick mahomes vastly different experience hold on alex smith brought you a high floor that is probably the best thing you've ever said buddy buddy brought you a high floor he also brought you.

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"brett farr" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This goes back to aaron rodgers and brett farr got back that far here's what you do when you're a rookie at least i think in my eyes what you should do you know what you've never played before question you think ben's going to say rook you know i'm not helping you give me a break federal help home but that's not how it starts out you don't sit and say okay let's let's talking over you just learn by watching and listening ask questions your coaches most us do it that way and then if you have questions along the way the veterans will answer them i mean so that's the biggest overblown you're ever responsibility to help them know my responsibility i is it get myself ready and then if i need to help my teammate if my teammate wants help i'll be there to help them but i'm not you know he's not supposed to hate mason mason career i'm gonna help you today i mean that's not that's not how it works it's never how it works now people can say well you could have handled that differently and that's fine but at the end of the day what you're saying is one hundred percent correct everybody has to get themselves ready i and we'll figure it out from there and by the way they did get some players i think in the draft that will help them win now they got terrel edmonds the linebacker that everybody's raving about out of out of virginia tech they also got james washington was the bulletin the winner of the wide receiver or they got the safety the safety the bills they got the safety brothers that went in the first round and listen the part about i i would in a mason rudolph said i would have said the same thing about i got a guy why don't we get some of the week at us right now i get that because i guarantee every play in that locker room singing of that as well they're thinking about the now they're not thinking about the next quarterback for this team.

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"brett farr" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Yeah baker do you know you know and they're the issue that he went to get help for do you understand the i think he's saying well i'm brett farr on the field take risk it i'm gonna be great and play twenty years all that area good point but as the reason i think that green bay quote unquote stole brett from the foul absolutely he had some big alcohol issues to start with and then he had some pain medication issues yes that he needed help for like this year he spent more time in book here than he did up twenty he did and swanee where the training to be imply right now now but why why i don't know if you draft baker mayfield this is what you're going to get you're going to have to put up with that he's going to plant flags he might grab his crotch and you just hope he doesn't get arrested for public intoxication you just hope he doesn't go full on johnny manziel and go completely over the edge is johnny did from alcohol to drugs as a cleveland brown so is it possible the cleveland browns would risk taking the next johnny manziel after they flamed out so ingloriously with the real johnny manziel is it possible i'm going to say they closed their eyes and go there because for all this all the red flags i'm telling you he was the best performer of these quarterbacks i can just show you the numbers it's got a big arm.

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"brett farr" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Got how about guy all this anybody have guile can you look guile mclovin gyles like cleverness right will you yeah johnny manziel have guile in the pocket yeah he was that's interesting yeah that's an sat word yes fritzy it's to be cunning or sly devious devious oh we could have been johnny manziel crafty gritty gutty crafty some phone calls here carl insure accused hi carl you know what i have i have file bio build up why did you make make your make up like far yet fan why would you do that to me problems are going to pick 'em in they're gonna they're gonna screw them over like the falcons did brett farr thank you call well then you could get him on the jets after that after they screw them up so i screwed up baker mayfield by asking him to where jean shorts have i influenced the nfl draft but somehow the browns don't want baker mayfield because he were jean shorts in an omar to brett farve mike and alabama micro for me hi dan how that hey dan i was thinking the same thing from earlier about the browns not drafting a quarterback and just getting like saquon barkley at number one and brad each of it number four i mean you got tyrod taylor he's at least a solid quarterback i mean he's not gonna turn the ball they're not gonna lose your games like somebody else they've had in the past where your thoughts on that i've been saying that you know thanks for the phone call mike i thought they they would bring in aj mccarron they brought in tyrod taylor if but they look they may be completely sold on baker mayfield or sam darnold josh oh we don't know that i i'm only giving you the information that was told to me and that is from what i was told that the coach hue jackson likes baker mayfield and the scouts who've been out on the you know.

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"brett farr" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on WEEI

"Garbage that's how that works paid many went from a hundred miles an hour with the broncos double nickels touchdown seat might or might not have been chemically enhanced during that stretch shout out to the documentary team at aljazeera and they're fine reporting the dark side documentary which last i checked is unencumbered on youtube you can still check that out fascinating deep dive on the subterranean world of pd's in sports not really about football but there was a small part about football anyway paid manning really good really bad in denver even with peyton manning stinking out loud be unable to stain on his own legs and fight essentially being assaulted on a weekly basis bush whacked by random nfl players all over the place paid manning could not get it done and it's rotting carcass still want super superbowl they pushed him across the finish line with that last broncos super bowl against the carolina panthers but that's that's the latest washed up quarterback brett farr was really bad the last year that he played you go from power punches to those pity patty punches right it's cheap lack of intensity punches that you get it's with all the box merely to watch boxing something like that seen hey watch boxing fights i did my weekly spot in new zealand and the guy wanted ask me because there's like a heavyweight championship fight that they're all hyped up about this guy from new zealand and he was asking me about that and i was like i didn't does anyone care i don't know anyone are you talking fan or you're fired up for that.

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"brett farr" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on First Things First

"The playoffs hasn't had the hasn't had chance of postseason success and we saw minnesota they they can thirteen and three with case keenum at quarterback they can start out five and sam bradford quarterback they can get to the playoff teddy bridgewater quarterback when he was in year would that was his year two for teddy so like they four kirk all of this we're going to determine what's this good mover a bad move almost irrespective of the regular season and what they do for a month in january right like i mean for team that good and for a player at that position that's how whether it's fair or not that wheel evaluate this i think there's a number of things he's me coach because i think there's a number things he'll be valuate at one will be the play but when you talk about is there going to be a paradigm shift as far as the players i think the kurt will be part i remember when reggie white when we got granted free agency total free agency and reggie white was the person who they put on the lawsuit against the league that led to the league that we have now so i think that reggie white we knew him as a minister defense we know him from starting there and philadelphia we knew he resurrected the green bay franchise so there was a number of things that he was known for the number one thing in minnesota's most excitement they've been they've been there over their quarterback since brett farr came there and took them to nfc championship which they lost to new orleans so i think the cousins made the right decision i believe he went to the right team i believe the team got the terms on a good own a good deal as far as it's a short deal it's three years three years nfl man that is not a long time when you talk about that type of money and kurt does not have the pressure of every day every game he's got a backup forty times in throw the ball and the vikings have a tremendous advantage now because i know what they'd game plan for was we got a great defense we got great special teams are quarterback can't lose this game force now there is not a game that they go into and they have that in the back of their mind while our quarter.

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