18 Burst results for "Brian Sipe"

"brian sipe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Have to kind of round Then, of course, along came a Brian greasy later, but at the time, Brian Sipe stood alone. He was a guy. I know you've got some great Brian's out there. You got Sipe. You got Murphy. You got Brian Wilson of the beach Boys writing some of the greatest stuff of all time to Brian's. We're doing fine rags, brother Brian out of his mind. Anyway. Mark the Steelers lead the HC north. But I'm just telling you right now copes. Watch out for the Cleveland Browns. They're coming. They field under center play action. Fake looks looks Years. Heads on caught touchdown hits Jarvis Landry Forgotten gold. Mayfield's gonna throw a crow shits on touchdown. Tendo, Lambeau Field from under center play action, Fake bootlegs and out to the right. He's throwing down the right sideline. Get people's jokes wide open. He's gone! 2010 5! 0 75 yards on one place. Wow. Got got Mayfield's got the snap looks right pros Right? And so Touchstone Hollywood. Higgins have a browns go in and score again. Four touchdown passes on today, and we're not even at half time. I think it means a ton to the city. And then I realized when I got here, I was like, Wow, this is real. This is a passionate fan base that Lives breathes and guys football in Cleveland Browns football that so I think it means a little lots of them. But they need to reset their expectations because we all need to, you know, re set the standard and that's what I've been saying. There's a new standard is a foundation have to continue to build on it improved and that's just the way we need to handle things. And I think we're trending in the right direction like yourself. How about it more if they say that, you know Cleveland had been no. They've fallen on hard times to cop one of your phrases for a long time, but they're coming back and shout out to Cleveland, you know, used to being on the side of the factory sadness, another winning ball games, 93 shout out.

Cleveland Browns Brian Sipe Brian Brian Wilson Cleveland Mayfield Tendo Lambeau Field Jarvis Landry Steelers Murphy Higgins Hollywood
"brian sipe" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"I'd moved cross country. I made my mind up hours before announced it. That's the way it works in life. I mean, look nothing Israel to me, right, So I always think something's up right? But I'm not gonna lose sleep over it right? That's difference between being a conspiracy theorist like when something happens like, Oh, well, you know, that's probably there was probably some move made behind the scenes to make that happen. Having some decisions made that you don't know about and it being some long planned conspiracy are two very different things like they are clearly the conversation and decided to go together. But it wasn't like you're going to retire. And then you're going to triumphantly come out of retirement and join me in Tampa Bay. We're going to be fancy Pirates II thought part of Gronk. Honestly, I thought this sounds ridiculous. But I thought part of it. Wass Gronk is fun Growing, grew up in buffalo and played in New England and I thought to myself Part of it was Tom chose the place with jet skis. That's warm, right. We'll also they have a great relationship, and maybe Gronk felt better. He needed that year off. His body has been through a lot. He's had a lot of surgeries. A lot of injuries, warm weather, felt better and felt like he could place. A more remember Gronk chose to play at the University of Arizona is a Buffalo kid. I honestly think he looked a tamponade thought my body's old. It'll feel better. I'll be literal Try people moved to Tampa. It's because you feel better. It's one more year and who's saying notice? Tom Brady? No state tax Brady's there. I think it like, Long said. It just kind of lined up. You start you, you go home at night. You're like no state tax. Brady's there. It's warm weather. My body's breaking down. There's a lot that makes sense about it. That makes it less conspiracy. Right. You just look at it one day and go. Yeah, I think I'm gonna do it. Yeah. Joy with news. Well, that's the news and thanks for stopping by heard believe land. You watch that? I mean, I grew up. I watch sports in the 70. I remember Brian Sipe, Ernest Byner. You watch that believe.

Wass Gronk Tom Brady Tampa Bay Israel Gronk Brian Sipe Tampa Ernest Byner Long Buffalo University of Arizona New England
"brian sipe" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Six one one zero eight eight our guys last night drew Brees set a record he passed Peyton manning to become the all time leader in career touchdown passes thrown by the NFL quarterback of course dah Tom Brady's only a couple of behind him so is guys might jockey back and forth but I heard something on the broadcast and I I the guy said like he he said you know he's drew Brees is one of the best quarterbacks of all time and so I kind of thought about this where is drew Brees rank for you along the best quarterbacks you seen during your lifetime now as I say your lifetime because I think her for me to throw in like Fran Tarkenton or some like that you know people can people can say that he's won the best but I never saw him play a a a a down for water such Terry Bradshaw play football so just all my links those can be your guide your top to top four Yahoo has changed so much and it has but you gotta understand you know you said in my lifetime and and nobody makes a bigger impression on you than when you're a little kid staring into that twenty inch TV screen which is what everybody used to have a black and white but anyway watching your heroes watching Terry Bradshaw win those super bowls watching Fran Tarkenton he was the first scrambler that I ever remember Bert Jones that canon of an arm that he would just throw those deep balls you know those guys make an impression and then you you know then you're older and you go yeah Tom Brady he's awesome and drew Brees yeah they're awesome but it's who makes an impression on you when you're a little kid to me yeah I get it yeah and so to me you Gee you name two of my guys Bert Jones and a little little remember Brian Sipe but I probably like okay him okay probably because of all those Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steeler match ups back in the seventies I would literally have no idea who that is Brian Sipe yeah anybody out there and there are ways though to Brian Sipe wise okay correct yes they have that's your list of Brandon who made it where is your restrengthened for me drew Brees is I'm just gonna go with my first instinct for major reasons number three behind Brady in manning okay in my lifetime I think you could make a pretty strong argument flip flop reason manning obviously manning was the guy he passed last night man he's got a couple more is that many of two super bowls or three he went to rise.

Brees Tom Brady Fran Tarkenton football Yahoo Bert Jones Brian Sipe Brandon Peyton manning Terry Bradshaw Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steeler
"brian sipe" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I mean it's really crazy margin for error that you have in this game of inches. It could be so crazy but i there art a lot of weaknesses and that is the first thing that you think about when you think about a bad team in becoming good. We're at where their weakness do they. Where are they still struggling. Maybe there's still struggling in the kicking game but greg. Joseph guy was brought in after billy conn. If god cody parkey billy conn there were just so many bad kickers that have gone through cleveland zane gonzalez's that's who was and he looks like he's going to be fine arizona's sometimes it's just a change of scenery that that you need they drafted this kid austin seabird out of oklahoma and the fifth round. You can't just draft anybody out and expect your franchise. The turnaround looks like it worked for baker. Mayfield brian site brian sipe could have been played the movie by bob saga just based on his his pro football reference picture eighth among top twelve players in cleveland browns history. She's clearly uses just slightly edges out. Jim brown jackson dick shaef arth gene hickerson who was recently inducted into the hall of fame joe thomas who will soon be eh leroy kelly a favor doug deacon current brown's color analyst and maybe he will be there for the future. He's been the browns what's color analyst on <hes> around radio for a long time. I don't even remember him as a player. I always remember him opposite the play by play guy on the browns radio recall whether it was named nev nev chandler way back when <hes> before navigate give family. I don't remember that time. <hes> it has ben casey coleman and it is now jimmy donovan. I and it's almost as good as cleveland indians baseball with <hes> ride with tom hamilton and jim rosenhaus on the call for w. t. a. m. there in cleveland john michael and leave it still jim jones don't do the games for cavalier's radio not as heralded joe tate was a hall of famer who stepped down route twenty eleven good. Maybe twenty was his last season there. I remember seeing him at a cab suns game <hes> back in two thousand ten prior or to the decision that looms large but that's washed out by the cavaliers winning a championship. I don't know what it takes to erase the browns moving away and all those losses. I think those just have to be you know. Those are just sleeping dogs that we have to. Oh you know why loud the lie. Sense doesn't make as much sense when i try to get all all snooty and grammatical all about it but let sleeping dogs lie with some of that stuff with denver. I think that you know we're going to say we're we exercise demon and it's all relative within our own ad. I can write off regular season win twenty years later thirty years later no problem no problem dr gone fumble gone. That bud carson led a._f._c. Championship game that the the browns were never really in third time. They played denver. It's got forgotten like three the drive the fumble and the other time the browns just didn't get it done right. The gotta be better than new england. Maybe the clock will run out on them. Both belichick and brady not talking about them dying. I'm just talking about their careers career coming to a triumphant heroic and regardless. I mean even if doing go seven and nine in their your final season there will be remembered for and that's what we're hoping we get with freddie kitchens and baker mayfield and there's a lot more near for the cleveland indians there in our window. The end is very near the end could be franscisco indoor. The the end could be when when terry francona decides that he doesn't wanna do this anymore or one ownership decides that they're going to do use of the drastic and try to move on from this intelligent group that runs the show chris antonetti the team president mike chernoff the g._m. Great scouting. I mean they're scouting has been fantastic for the way that they've been able to negotiate..

browns cleveland Jim brown billy conn baker mayfield Joseph guy cleveland indians analyst denver ben casey coleman brian sipe bud carson zane gonzalez cavaliers joe thomas Mayfield joe tate jim rosenhaus chris antonetti greg
USFL vs NFL - Risky Business

Business Wars

12:24 min | 2 years ago

USFL vs NFL - Risky Business

"Our series on the grudge match between the US F L and the NFL United States football league championship game nineteen eighty nine. We took you back to the eighties. When an upstart spring football league came along and tried to score on the NFL's turf. The USFL backed by a new set of owners, including the likes of Donald Trump attempted to change the face and feel of America's most popular sport. In the end. The USFL folded, but the league did have a lasting impact on the game. Many of its players and coaches went onto NFL stardom and rules. I initiated by the USFL like the two point conversion and the coach's challenge are now. Staples of the National Football League today, the NFL faces new business challenges there are new concerns about footfall injuries after another tough hit in the NFL overnight. There you see Brennan wish the calls helmet on helmet head. He was taken off the field with concussion widespread criticism over the safety of the sport and the league's response to players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. Have sports watchers questioning the future of the NFL. Mike Pesca is a longtime sports journalist and podcast for slate. And before that for NPR, he is host of the slate daily podcast. Gist and author of the new book upon further review, the greatest what if in sports history, we're bringing him on the show to talk about some of the biggest uncertainties around professional football today. We talk about risks facing the NFL whether a new league could make it today. And what our culture would look like if football never took off in the first place. Hope you enjoy a conversation. Business wars is brought to you by wicks dot com. Whether you're launching a big vicious company or something a little more grassroots, you want your website to look the best it possibly can my son came to me, a few months back with a great idea, a nonprofit called limits to limit the idea is to recruit kids to sell lemonade and pool their donations for causes that benefit those experiencing homelessness in our hometown of Austin where we're going to build a website together to get the word out and get things rolling. And we're going to do it wicks over one hundred forty million people have used wicks to create stunning websites to grow and manage their businesses with wicks, we'll be able to easily build our website from scratch or choose from over five hundred templates that are built to look beautiful and intuitive to us from there. It's quick and easy to change customize or add anything we want build a website of your own with wicks today for free. And if you go to. Dot com and use the coupon code be w you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans, you get more storage, a free domain for a year and much much more. That's wicks dot com code BW for ten percent off any premium plan. Mike Pesca is host of the slate podcast, the gist, and he is author of the new book upon further review, the greatest what ifs in sports history. Mike, it's a real honor and privilege to have you on business wars. Thanks so much for doing this. It's my pleasure. Hey football is I guess you could say America's favorite professional sport still is I don't think NASCAR ever superseded football. And the NFL has been called the biggest show in the country if not on earth. I mean, what do you make of the league today, especially considering the many controversies that have been surrounding it from taking a need to you know, to to hit injuries. Well in America, we used to have a monoculture when there were three or maybe four TV networks and a few evening news broadcasts, but we've gotten fractured and we've gotten away from that. And the one exception is football. So not only is it the most dominant sport. I also think that it's to a great extent. The closest thing that we have to a culture. -tural glue. If you look at the ratings of the top twenty shows, the top twenty individually aired programs in any year football will be I don't know sixteen of the top twenty or so people think the Academy Awards is right there under the Super Bowl. No. There are three to five football games before you even get to something like the Academy Awards, and maybe a big bang theory. We'll sneak in there, so. Yeah, it's now it's not like most people or even watching every game. But it's the closest thing we have to a shared experience an agreed upon experience. And I think it says something about American twenty nineteen that we can't even agree upon football. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's something to that. I'm sure, but what about in a business sense? I mean, part of what we've been exploring is in in the course of of examining the USFL, and it's sudden rise was how the NFL was sort of a dominant business player. And I assume that especially given the television revenue that we're still talking about football the NFL in particular as as dominant. Yeah. Yeah. Football is collectively the value of the teams are worth possibly close to a hundred billion dollars in revenue it makes upwards of fifteen billion dollars. Roger Goodell has predicted that football would be a twenty five billion dollar industry within a decade. So you can see from a business perspective. Look, we don't have to take half the audience or a quarter of the audience. If you just take a few crumbs from that gigantic pie, you could be pretty rich. So I understand why someone would say, hey, what if? Where just a pale copy just a tenth or even a fiftieth football. We could still have an enterprise that makes us a lot of money. The problem is historically. It's been hard to do that. Yeah. I wanna go back. Do you? Remember when you first heard about the USFL? I mean, were you already plugged into football at that point when the USFL made its debut. Yeah. In the early nineteen eighties. I was a big New York Jets fan, which doesn't make that much sense. Because they were that good. Although there was one year strike-shortened year that they had a decent enough team. And I remember Donald Trump who was by then a fixture in New York media and real estate circles and remember him going on the Letterman show and talking about how he took over Eastern Airlines, and it's going to be the Trump shuttle. It just seemed like one of these billionaires or millionaires on the make and he announced plans for USFL team. There were going to be called the generals and the name the name. Donald Trump wasn't the most associated name with the generals who was was her. Herschel Walker the great perhaps one of the greatest college running backs of all time, he joins the generals. And if you wanna watch a great college Heisman Trophy running back. He was the only way to watch it. And there were a lot of is on Herschel Walker Brian Sipe who was a former Cleveland Browns. Very good NFL quarterback who we hired to be on the team. And the the roster of the generals was a decent roster a plausible. They wouldn't have won five games in the NFL. But I don't think they would have gone over sixteen. So we put together a very interesting watchable product as did a few of the other owners at the time is funny. You should mention Herschel Walker because I was growing up in Georgia at the time, and you can imagine, you know, you have this Heisman Trophy winner who put UGA on the map in many respects. I mean, it just made it a championship team. And you wanted to you just expected that he would be going to the NFL. L and when the USFL scooped him up what a surprise. And I remember feeling both a sense of letdown that maybe I wouldn't get to watch him, you know, in this new league. But also a sense that something new and exciting was about to happen spring football. I mean, that's crazy. You know? And I unless memory is doesn't serve it seems like Herschel Walker jumped to the USFL before he could have jumped to the NFL because of the rules. Do you remember any of that? I think that back then there was a restriction against underclass men coming to the NFL. Yeah. USFL did away with all of that. In fact, I think the USFL was pretty much open to anyone joining their league there were pirate type organization, but you also have to realize the early seasons of the USFL. It was only fifteen years removed from the AFL, and what the AFL did was they took another exciting southern player and brought him to a New York team. And that. Was Joe Nemeth playing for the jets? And so and that was my team and that was a model of an upstart league. They were a fall football league. But an upstart league challenging the establishment and winning and becoming absorbed into the NFL. And then even more recently than that, the ABA which was the the organization that challenged the NBA, and it was more exciting, and they add multicolored balls, and they had three point shooting and many of their team's got absorbed into the NBA. So this idea especially in the early eighties before football became this culturally. Dominant juggernaut I would say back then by the way baseball was the national sport this idea that you couldn't possibly challenge the NFL. It's not true. Maybe in retrospect, it seems true. But a good business plan could have and a lot of people in retrospect, look back and say, in fact would have challenged the NFL establish that USFL as lead to be reckon with. So why didn't the USFL become a part of the NFL? L as as Donald Trump wished that it had. I mean, obviously he wanted to have an NFL team in part of his strategy was to get ownership of the generals. Yes. And I think and this is this is mostly going by the accounts that have been written the ESPN documentary books on the NFL. And maybe it relies on the great man or the infamous man of history little too much. But the answer is Donald Trump. It seems because Donald Trump just like he was a guy from queens who always looked at Manhattan is looking down on him and wanted to be part of the senior circuit in Manhattan. I think looked at the fact that the US was spring football. And he couldn't live with that. He wanted to directly challenge the NFL and a lot of other owners, maybe without the economic wherewithal to oppose him said this was a bad idea there. We have a plan if we stick to this plan we can make money in the future. But it's very important that where spring league and Donald Trump said no Donald Trump says we're going head to head because he couldn't. Be second best. And you also engaged in a court fight simultaneously as he brought the US fell into the fall. And that just ruined it. There was no way to compete head to head with the NFL. But that's just it. Right. I mean, if in fact Trump's idea that the USFL would be absorbed into the NFL like the AFL with what you were just talking about early. If that had happened. It could have been a gold mine for certainly for all the owners, and who knows how many other football fans in some of the smaller cities, for example, this is I guess I wonder why it hasn't happened. And when you consider what's going on right now, you have the XFL you have the alliance of American football. Which is you know, just just getting off the ground. Now. I mean is this basically given the NFL's position in sports and business today is it basically game where you can't really take on the NFL head to head. It's always going to be about trying to. To get a foot into the door with the hope of getting absorbed somehow by by the leviathan. Yes, I do think. So. And I think that there's a very real impractical concern with just in terms of salaries, and this is not true for a couple reasons with the USF L, but just in terms of salaries you can't pay players more than the NFL. Can I suppose none? Neither of these two new leagues can do. So I suppose you could imagine a league founded by billionaires that wouldn't mind burning

National Football League Usfl Football Donald Trump United States Mike Pesca Herschel Walker America New York AFL Academy Awards Jets Brennan NPR Roger Goodell Espn Austin Nascar
"brian sipe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I remember Greg beaker standing there and watching that calamity for Charles Woodson too. I know he ended up winning a Super Bowl later. So he had his moment. But I mean, we think about Charles Woodson's career. That's it. I mean, I got one Heisman in Michigan. Tuck rule. Charles Woodson chuckle. All right. We don't need to go any deeper into that. Let's take you to another one involving the raiders about the eighty one AFC divisional round raiders in the Browns. Gametime temperature was four degrees the coldest NFL game and he played since the ice bowl forty-one seconds left in the game. Browns were down fourteen to twelve they opted to try for a touchdown. Why? Because they're field goal kicker. Don cockroach admits tool four field goals because the conditions were so bad in the play known as red, right? Eighty eight raiders db Mike Davis picked off Browns quarterback brain sippy. Sipe Sipe Brian Sipe. Yes. All right. Brian Sipe gold mind Sipe, you'll mama and the raiders one that must've been a happy day for you, James. Even though you're a Packer fan. Oh, yeah. Yeah. We grown up by then. I was an order Dame fan when I was eight nine years old to again, they were the only thing on TV three channels. You get what they give you under percents. All right. How about the mud bowl? That sounds like that'd be some tough conditions. That's nine hundred seventy seven also known as the year that gave us Ryan. Kobe Rams Vikings. A lotta rain leads to the game between the Vikings in their head coach, bud grant and quarterback. Bob Lee throw early before the field turned to slop. A wise strategy considering the field well-turned Hislop and the Vikings went onto win fourteen to seven in the mud bowl beating the Rams in the nineteen seventy seven NFC divisional round course, the Vikings would go on to lose the Super Bowl that year. Right. I know they lost four Super Bowls in the seventies. So it's usually save bed to say the Vikings lost Super Bowl that year. I think that was the one they lost to the raiders. Yup. Yup. Thirty two fourteen wreck. There you go. See? All right. Another famous game involving the patriots. They were shaft teams way before the Oakland Raiders. How about all the way back in nineteen eighty two dolphins patriots the snowplow game twenty degree weather. Wind gusts up to thirty miles an hour. And this was back on December twelve nineteen eighty two. Nobody was able to score points until four forty five remaining. When patriots kicker John Smith booted a thirty three yarder to win the game. All because during a time out the patriots asked Mark Anderson, the ex-con out on a work furlough this snowplow the place where the field goal was emptied. Thus. The snowplow game was born marc-andre.

raiders Sipe Sipe Brian Sipe Charles Woodson Kobe Rams Vikings Browns patriots Brian Sipe Sipe Oakland Raiders Greg beaker Michigan Packer Don cockroach NFL Bob Lee bud grant AFC John Smith
"brian sipe" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"With this. Yeah. Cleveland in good hands. They lost LeBron. But they got Baker really here. They have the broad back. Well, I hope so if he got yeah, we'll see how that plays out. They'll be that. He's not going to be that guy. He might be a guy. But that guy I mean, they need then you reincarnation of Jim Brown auto Graham. That will the Bronx give come on. Maybe can be Brian Sipe. I don't know. Brian with him MVP kid. Yeah. Yeah. So again, I'm not putting Baker in the hall of fame say this crop that was the right pick. And they're making a lot of nice little choices in their building a good football. Well, what good of the crop? If you don't like anything bears. Plot. So how'd you know, Jada handlebar growing up, you know, Nina us, we would Nate us. You know, all that kind of stuff Ol- grow tomato. Wouldn't know? Dude. You do anything besides talk. I can eat the food, but I can't make the food or grow the food. I don't know how to do that what shake hands? I'll be. No, yes. I know about all that kind of stuff. Hogs cattle crops. Yes. Yes. I do. Sure. Does way to go. Baker mayfield. Are you on you give up on them? You still like Sam darnold? You still think he's going to be the best of this crop outta love any of you. Don't love any. So you're down on Sam darnold. He didn't play yesterday. So I don't know what. It'd be up. Now, I did see on opening he opened somewhere they want. They did giving he's a these rookie quarterback's. Let's not set the bar me. We try to make them drew Brees. Aaron Rodgers already. They're not Peyton Manning and Tom Brady old. Can we can we can we get like two years? Can we get like three years? I've seen enough already. I'm good. Yeah. Dangerous the same age know, I gotta pay food. All you feel real dangerous. I feel dangerous every morning when I wake up as I know what sitting across the table it factor. Trying to come between us, and you let him do a banker is and you can join us. It's a hard Mon though. More fun on this on here. Either way. All right. Let's see about this be NFC east are the Redskins running away with it. We'll discuss that. I don't know if you guys are on the same. All of us at Fox Sports. Want to send our thoughts and prayers those affected by the wildfires here in California, you can help out by visiting redcross dot org or by calling one eight hundred Red Cross or texting the word CA wildfires to nine zero nine nine nine to make a ten dollar donation..

Peyton Manning Baker mayfield Sam darnold Brian Sipe Cleveland Tom Brady Nina us Bronx Aaron Rodgers Redskins NFC LeBron MVP Jim Brown Fox Sports football California Red Cross Nate Brees
"brian sipe" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Cleveland in good hands. They lost LeBron. But they got Baker really here. They have the Brian back. Well, I hope so what if he got we'll see how that plays out be that he's going to be that guy. He might be a guy. But that guy I mean, they needed then you reincarnation Jim Brown auto Graham skip come on. Maybe can be Brian Sipe. I don't know what an MVP card. Yeah. Yeah. So again, I'm not putting Baker in the hall of fame say this crop that was the right pick. And they're making a lot of nice little choices in their building a good football. Well, what good the crop? If you don't like anything bears. You know? Jada handlebar brought up know need us. We. Nate us all that kind of stuff dip Ol- grow tomato. Wouldn't know? Do you do anything talk? I can eat the food, but I can't make the food or grow the food. I don't know how to do that what will shake hands? I'll be no ab-. Yes. I know about all that kind of stuff. Hogs cattle crops. Yes, chicken. Yes. I do does way to go. Baker mayfield. Are you on you give up on? You still like Sam darnold? You still think he's going to be the best of this crop scheme outta love any of you. Don't love any. So you're down on Sam darnold. He didn't play yesterday. So I don't know what it'd be up or Now, down. I did see opening he opened somewhere they want. They did he's a these rookie quarterback's. Let's not set the bar me. We try to make them drew Brees in Aaron Rodgers already. They're not Peyton Manning and Tom Brady old. Can we can we can we get like two years? Can we get like three years? I've seen enough already. I'm good. Yeah. Dangerous the same age. Oh, I feel. Pay food. All you feel real day dangerous. I feel dangers every morning when I wake up as I know what sitting across the table it factor. Try to come between us, and you let him do a very good acre is and you can join us hard. Thanks for listening to the podcast. I'm Jenny Taft. Join us again at the same time tomorrow morning, nine thirty eastern. See you then..

Peyton Manning Baker mayfield Sam darnold Brian Sipe Cleveland Tom Brady MVP Jenny Taft Jada LeBron Jim Brown football Aaron Rodgers Brees three years two years
"brian sipe" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"He loves the US about loves the idea of it. Everything about it. He hated on Trump. Donald Trump came along. He was telling he was coordinating near time saying, I can't believe the media's believing comment. He said that in nineteen Eighty-four, I cannot believe the media is believing comment. Donald, John Bassett is diagnosed with brain cancer, right? And Donald Trump stomps all over him. As soon it is a John McCain parallel to the t. his number one rival Grank cancer. As soon as that happens, Trump is goes to town, walks all over him and the beauty. The best letter I've ever read in my life was written by John won't read the whole thing what day August sixteenth nineteen Eighty-four. It was after shortly after an owner's meeting and the best, the best paragraph ever is John Bassett to Donald Trump your bigger younger and stronger than I, which means I have no regrets whatsoever punching you right in the mouth. The next time and instance occurs. We personally scorn me or anyone else who does not happen to salute. And dance to your tune? I really hope you don't know that you're doing it, but you are not only damaging yourself with your associates, but getting them as well. Think before you shoot when you do fire stick to the message without killing the messenger and the greatest line in the letter kind of personal regards. As bad ass. Let right. It's pretty good. It's very Jeff. The last thing I would ask is. D really see the same. Donald Trump is president of the United States. As you saw as the owner of the New Jersey generals, are there parallels. Let me give you the best Jampel the best example nineteen five signs. Doug Flutie of Boston College makes the highest paid football player ever professional football player ever. There had Brian Sipe quarterback, but you know who needs a NFL MVP when you can get a five foot nine from Boston College. So he signs Doug Flutie. Donald Trump sends a letter to the other owners saying, I've done a great favor by signing Doug Flutie and I expect all of you to pay part of his contract. He guaranteed his cohorts with the generals. The other owners would pay part of his contract. It is the Mexico off thirty years before it actually is. I am telling you, I was researching this book. I kept telling I wanna write a column about writing this book as Donald Trump is making all these promises cut is the same playbook. It is the same playbook. It is crazy how it's exact same crap. Thirty years later. Just on a bigger stage, it kind of breaks my heart though. It's not like, hey, it's like he got sick. Fifty million people to agree with them. I know I'm not one of them. I'm guessing. Jeff Pearlman author of football for a book, the crazy rise in crazier demise of the US fell. And the reason why I really, really hope people buy this book is very simple that books like these deserve to be on earth and in the publishing world these days really, really, really important that books like this cell because otherwise publishers are going to say, nobody's going to buy a book like this, so I'm not going to pay you to write this book. So Jeff, I really, really wish you the best not just for this book, but for scores and scores of books to come. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Thanks to my guess NBC rules analysts for the NFL Terry mcaulay and author Jeff Pearlman if you enjoy these conversations, be sure to listen and subscribe to other great episodes. In my podcast series such as my conversations with John Elway Chris Mortensen and Larry fits chair, you can find these on apple podcast. Google play or anywhere you get your podcasts and don't forget to leave a review while you're there. You can also hear the Peter King podcast on Sirius XM radio every Saturday morning at seven eastern on mad dog sports radio Sirius. XM channel eighty two. Thanks to the fine folks at cadence, thirteen for their production work. And thanks of course to my sponsors, Sonos and ZipRecruiter. Please support them the way they support this podcast. And I'll see you next week.

Donald Trump Jeff Pearlman Doug Flutie Trump United States John Bassett John McCain Sirius XM radio NFL football brain cancer John New Jersey Brian Sipe Google Boston College John Elway Mexico Peter King Terry mcaulay
"brian sipe" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"She so in LA in the first week and open in the West Hollywood theater people were clapping and every showing every time she came in on a helicopter. The big thing in LA cou the movie, the audience gets super hype, and she comes and be like. Or the just for Judas, allow. He everyone just even if you say, shares name at any bar in Los Angeles. People like clap. I love it. So we're on a Meryl Streep kick. So Meryl Streep and big little lies, swipe rights. I'm freaking out freaking literally like that show was perfect. And then now gonna make it more perfect. Like I, I was blown away. I like Merrill can do no wrong. I was watching devore's prod on the plane here always blown away by the fact that she's perfect in anything. She touches fun fact. I moved to New York because of them. So on brand. Why won't someone treat me like garbage publishing industry. When it be marrow or and Hathaway. I wanted to be an because I assumed I assume that was impossible in those in my will. Now I hear much more Meryl Streep in that movie come her. But at the time you were born. I'm Bori Kwa Meryl Streep. Bye. So perfect. So this is a great one that Dennis add. The fact that Grey's anatomy is jail on TV. They're like on the season forty, six. When we. I came on television. I was a teenager in my early thirties, swipe left and your shonda, STAN, listen, any powerful black woman. I'm going to stand hard for and I send hard for shonda all the way, but take that shit off the air, Ellen peyot get a new job. So we under under under that under that your salary, we love that about you. So under that prerequisite that means you're a big Stanford Omarosa. I said, power, black woman. Cypris left the fact that Cynthia Nixon is rubbing running for governor of New York, right? Right, right. Literally right away. Like I don't care if she's unqualified. Like I, I use to make an educated voter decision on like the right way. America publishes. She's not qualified. I'm not saying she's not qualified. I'm not not saying she is qualified. She's not Cheetos, so it's all fine and my by, no, really. I mean, like I feel like I'm just here for queer woman in office, and yeah. And also, I mean, like Oliver platforms are everything that I stand for same. So here for white brave. What is she here in providence now on my God, show Cynthia Nixon. So I'm Brian Sipe left Stephen King defending that poem, it the nation where a white dude adapted African American vernacular, Johnny b. c. do you guys know about this whole thing? You describe it, Dennis, oh my God him. So this white poet named Anders Carlson. We struck as if as if the name isn't white enough blonde haired blue eyes fake struggle, meaning that lives off the grid, but family has crazy tech money anyway. So enders wrote this poem and it was published in the nation, and the poem was called how to and it was supposed to highlight the invisibility of homelessness, and it has all these lines. Like, if you're if you're don't tell them that you're pregnant, if you're a woman or like the ideas, this this privilege straight white guy is giving a homeless person advice on how to be the most visible that they can be to passersby in order to get money. And it uses a whole lot. Of av e or African American vernacular language. It's very colonialist in the sense that it's like mining this story for profit, and there was a huge uproar when it was published. I don't know Anders, but we're Facebook friends, and so. I actually saw it on Facebook that really watch it on Ravel and I thought it was a Jew..

Meryl Streep Cheetos Cynthia Nixon Los Angeles Dennis Facebook New York devore shonda Anders Carlson Judas Merrill enders Hathaway Brian Sipe Grey America Ellen peyot Oliver Cypris
"brian sipe" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Now the third preseason game, how much does Baker because of skip? If he's going to start, he's going to play an awful lot with the star turn. Yeah, I'm not saying he's going to start the game, but if he's going to start week one. Yeah, he's going to play an awful lot with the starters, then can we four if he doesn't play at all? He starting once get. Okay, you know how to go. Yeah. Look it looks nineteen. Ninety nine. The Browns have had you know many quarterback one hundred twenty nine quarterbacks is nine hundred ninety nine. They got to got they got. They got. They got one. I I mean. mean. Why. Why? Why you could argue they have the best to that they've had in their history yet auto, Bernie Kosar, auto grail. That's that's way way way back Brian Sipe pretty good. Pretty good. It's pretty good. He's trying to think of a of a word to of describe Baker Mayfield into me thing. I loved about this guy. I'm gonna say his name is Brett farve is he was not just a football even a, but he was a football player. I didn't look and I look at Baker Mayfield as a football player. He'll make things happen that Brett was that same guy. I mean, and also I feel like John Dorsey and the Browns staff. The head office has to not have Hugh Jackson looking over his shoulder. He said, look, I'm gonna start Baker. If we start Owen four, I wanna. I wanna keep him gimme gimme those to us. I mean, in two years he's been one in thirty one. So you know, of course on the hot seat, but he hasn't had much to work with most of the time. So I just feel like that this guy Baker Mayfield gives them a chance to be the team. They won't because you say, say the best I like his leadership quality when he comes on the field like an Oklahoma art. Got, yeah, let's get excited. We got a guy even when they were good back in the day. We still call them to Cleveland clowns as we call them. This guy like, oh, no, we're not the clowns anymore chains episodes, and that's, that's what you want as you'll lead the guy who lead your football team. That's that's a quarterback. Tyrod is a cool customer. He's a smooth operator, but there's no juice to it. There's no level tonight. He just loved Bill Gill. He be raw rye, you'll punch plot come in and do a job and get they follow it. Yeah, this guy, you get excited, man. You like, wait, a second big stuff's going to start happening with this. Nice stuff will happen with tyrod big stuff. Crazy big stuff. I mean, some guys, you look for man. I can't wait to see that yoga. 'cause I know so I'm gonna go, go, go, go on here, your foot. That's Baker guys. They love playing with tyrod gonna come in with a lunch. Pail punch the clock, salute dues, do what he does get up out of there. John Dorsey, put his tail on the line. It is. He went way out there against all the grain, and he took him over three other quarterbacks that all the mocks had going higher in the draft and each Baker Mayfield number one. And I said, good for you because that's what I thought should happen. And I told you, Baker is the ready assed those four quarterbacks to play in the National Football League just because he does have high q.. I don't know how hard a worker he is because we saw hard knocks. You pulled him aside, what time did you get here is a little late today. Coach will tyrod walks in at five thirty AM every morning on the dot and stays in. Everybody's gone to Joe. You jagged fame tyrod. Got if they say, when you get your..

Baker Mayfield Browns Tyrod Brett farve Brian Sipe John Dorsey football Bernie Kosar National Football League Hugh Jackson Oklahoma Cleveland Joe Bill Gill Owen two years
"brian sipe" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"He had a baseball card collection i was jealous he had a big one i didn't have shit so i don't know if you remember when the cleveland indians were you know they made a movie about cleveland anti bad they were and they were always thirty five games behind first place major league yeah yeah on the best movies as yes they all movies so my brother said i'll give you a card so he gave me dennis eckersley rookie card on the cleveland indians and end some house like the indians rule i had one card so back then this nineteen seventy eight seventy nine back then the only access i mean you you could watch tv and get the scores you know the news my mom was always watching her spanish soap operas so i had to in the morning i would i'd go to the white people's neighborhood and steal newspapers because mexican neighborhoods we didn't have newspapers on our front yards you had to go to the white people neighborhood out alternate and i feel like i would fall on just based on the sports page i'll get right to read like three lines on the cleveland indians you know what i mean i wanted to know who got the most hits and what pitcher pitched and how many strikeouts he had you know i just got obsessed with the cleveland indians and back then i was brown a steelers fan because you know they were just winning super bowls terry bradshaw franklin harrah's lynn swann everybody liked the steelers so i was a steeler fan for football but baseball i was a cleveland indians fan then in nineteen eighty the browns beat the steelers after they won the super bowl they'd beat the rams and then that next year they the the browns beat them and i am a ten year old kid and i thought wait a minute there from that same city that the indians from and they just be my steelers i love the broom and i became hard i was a hardcore browns fan from the i don't know if you follow football the old school early eighties brian sipe quarterback dave logan that a tall white guy yeah you know if you have a tall white guy plan receiver you know he he doesn't drop any balls you know what i mean you can't be white and play wide receiver and drop any balls if they're gonna.

cleveland indians cleveland franklin harrah football browns rams baseball dennis eckersley steelers lynn swann brian sipe dave logan ten year
"brian sipe" Discussed on First Draft

First Draft

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on First Draft

"Burger and rice crispy three we're taking you behind the scenes here this is going to become a little bit of tv later tune in mel you ready to get started you're the gm of the cleveland browns you hold the first pick in the head to head mcshea mock draft this is who we would take this is who you would take time who okay done this a few years john dorsey the cleveland browns yeah it's a a good good thing thing to think of the sprouted enough to talk a lot sounds like garbage today donate last night sound like james earl jones nothing wrong with it hey by the way todd that really fun just how the board breaks guess who's picking for the baltimore ravens at sixteen todd mcshay rice so beautiful always connections there you know you're alright right or state player all right clipper take it at number one who you would take with the number one pick in the two thousand eighteen nfl draft well i hope to be in sync with john dorsey who's the gm i don't know if i am the back of my book way mcshea was born when he was alive backer connecticut john was give me a little history on john dorsey i'll saying linebacker connecticut fourth round pick it up packers hit them off on brian sipe hey great job and values what the cleveland browns and i'm gonna take josh allen why because had him there all along he's the guy has done everything the right way he's improved dramatically and back in august said this was going to be guaranteed to be todd mcshay as number one quarterback sam darnold but unfortunately darnold had a disappointing year considering what we don't need to hold explanation how do you you make pick.

Burger gm cleveland john dorsey mcshea packers cleveland browns josh allen todd mcshay sam darnold james earl jones baltimore ravens nfl connecticut brian sipe
"brian sipe" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on NFL Live

"Burger and rice crispy three we're taking you behind the scenes here this is going to become a little bit of tv later tune in mel you ready to get started you're the gm of the cleveland browns you hold the first pick in the head to head mcshea mock draft this is who we would take this is who you would take time who okay done this a few years john dorsey the cleveland browns yeah it's a a good good thing thing to think of the sprouted enough to talk a lot sounds like garbage today donate last night sound like james earl jones nothing wrong with it hey by the way todd that really fun just how the board breaks guess who's picking for the baltimore ravens at sixteen todd mcshay rice so beautiful always connections there you know you're alright right or state player all right clipper take it at number one who you would take with the number one pick in the two thousand eighteen nfl draft well i hope to be in sync with john dorsey who's the gm i don't know if i am the back of my book way mcshea was born when he was alive backer connecticut john was give me a little history on john dorsey i'll saying linebacker connecticut fourth round pick it up packers hit them off on brian sipe hey great job and values what the cleveland browns and i'm gonna take josh allen why because had him there all along he's the guy has done everything the right way he's improved dramatically and back in august said this was going to be guaranteed to be todd mcshay as number one quarterback sam darnold but unfortunately darnold had a disappointing year considering what we don't need to hold explanation how do you you make pick.

Burger gm cleveland john dorsey mcshea packers cleveland browns josh allen todd mcshay sam darnold james earl jones baltimore ravens nfl connecticut brian sipe
"brian sipe" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"How would rate like what grade would they give them maybe an a matt milwaukee hey matt when he have for me dan five six lean one fifty regarding the quarterback situation one guys that you know isn't really get talked about embracing opportunity to turn a franchise around matt stafford you know detroit is bottom of the league and and they're certainly more relevant with him down he's proven to be a franchise quarterback and just wanna get your thoughts on that yeah and you know he went into a bad situation thanks for the phone call man you know what i want the guy who wants to be there if josh rosen doesn't wanna play in cleveland okay probably you don't take him you want the guy who in braces then you if you embrace cleveland cleveland will embrace you and if you get that team to the playoffs you somehow do damage in the playoffs because when you look at quarterbacks in browns history they've had a lot of quarterbacks they've missed all these different coaching regimes that they've had front office but when you talk about quarterbacks they still bring up bernie kosar they still bring up brian sipe in those guys that's thirty forty years ago somebody's going to be the savior in cleveland and if you're sam darnold or josh allen or baker mayfield great go in there embrace it and if josh rosen doesn't want it and he sending out these messages either directly indirectly then than that's not the guy for you because he didn't want to be here we'll take a break more phone calls coming up johnny manziel jonas on the show tomorrow mike torika from gusta and also dale jr will join us as well we'll come back the wyoming head coach craig bohl will join us after this support for the dan patrick show comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans they understand that home plays a big role in your life and family and that's why they created rocket mortgage rocket mortgage gives you the confidence you need when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan it simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and become student you're getting the right mortgage for you whether you look into buy your first home or your tenth with rocket mortgage you get a transparent online process that gives you the confidence to make an informed decision it's.

matt stafford detroit josh rosen cleveland bernie kosar brian sipe sam darnold baker mayfield mike torika craig bohl josh allen dale jr wyoming dan patrick thirty forty years
"brian sipe" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"Okay john elway watched josh allen just shut make every nfl pass imaginable in that game okay they pick five with a b issues and going from five the one to guarantee josh alan or maybe they like somebody else better with a jets at six be willing to go up and get their guy whoever it may be one of those three okay that's something that those two teams at five and six denver in the jets would be two teams that should be looking at now if you move down who could you still get sake one barkley could be a running back owing than cleveland browns mika fitzpatrick versatile defensive aback could be a guy the cleveland browns how the strong interest in so you could come away with kirk cousins and still get two great players and still get extra picks in this draft and they already have a low those anyway so i think the cleveland browns are set up for a heck of a bonanza john dorsey handles us right and i said this to you weeks ago this division is changing or could be changing dramatically okay we see the steelers a look like the steelers they didn't look like action the little bit people want about themselves not the team well now roth of first lock retirement about dalton in since i marvin lewis back for another year baltimore with flaco coming off a disappointing and what's gonna happen there and then you've got cleveland is the bright young team that some every everybody would should want to be the roads an ally said he wanted the 'cause you just looking at owen sixteen the obvious obvious look a little deeper look holt and a history hate when they had kosar when he went there at a miami florida with only your corsi they won with brian sipe was there they have some my season so it's alec luhn was always had a horrible history and they go go way back for that not that i ride i definitely remember those days with the cleveland browns being successful with only a courses that gm but a lot of people don't rosen should look back at that before it makes a.

florida rosen gm miami owen marvin lewis kirk denver nfl alec luhn brian sipe john elway holt baltimore dalton steelers john dorsey cleveland browns barkley josh alan josh allen
"brian sipe" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Yeah yeah i mean back when a jim brown and those guys were playing for that team they had they hospital senior y'all that we're excited that day that they could be get excited about and then the cardiac kids with brian sipe and that group you know kinda brought them to the ads have some good things but i realized it i guess going through the process of playing for them butch davis was the head coach terry robiskie what the offense coordinator i thought the team had enough talent to compete on a weekly basis and there was a matter of fact on the last starting quarterback there in cleveland that has won an opening day game so you're lag jacket since 2004 they have not won an opening day game since that time in the last thirteen fourteen seasons so this yeah we be baltimore an ice see his england full pass right i was over those cowboys fire on christmas day no we we we beat them pretty good and and shoot i thought things were looking up for us they quickly uh went down by uh you know he was uh i just realized going from a system were in san francisco under mariucci running the west coast style of offense having alternatives that the line of scrimmage being able to check out a plays get into a play that gives you a better opportunity and then not having that freedom to do that in cleveland i'm like are you are you serious were in the national football league and we have no audible system to get us out of a bad play and it just was like that sob yeah.

brian sipe terry robiskie coordinator cleveland san francisco jim brown butch davis baltimore christmas football
"brian sipe" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"brian sipe" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"If you don't like jot dorsey got a problem very likeable gets along with every body and remember the cleveland browns i came to this business a 1978 dari and late seventies at success brian sipe san diego state quarterback that a good job than in the a's my good friend ernie are coarsely became gm like john not a good friend of mine did a great job brought in bernie kosar through the supplemental threat a six three nine lot lot of success as well in cleveland and guess their quarterback was bernie kosar from miami florida snow schnitt in cleveland with the weather you gotta have a guy who's used to it they got san diego states brian sipe am i am you florida's bernie kosar who did a great jobs there with the cleveland browns door i saw the california kids okay sam darnell josh rosen josh out all from california would be imply guy we've talked about all week dr drew lock from missouri if he comes out early nobody yet you've got slow at arm towel as any body you talk about baker mayfield a lot of other quarter makes him route off this year words on a quarterbacks going to go into two to three rounds of the draft think about that if your cleveland you are likely going to have the number one pick lay at this point and i'm not saying tank but you don't if you're a brand don't win enough dole win a game owen sixteen might be okay with the group of quarterback so we have you mentioned mayfield drew lock who people pay attention to this guy now he has a night at eight mile an hour fastball here he has not said if he's leaving missouri his dad has said they are going to at least get draft grades folks he's going to get a first round grade he is and i cover the sec on a daily basis on my tv side on the sec network he's as accurate a quarterback as i personally have seen in this league in a while he's got phenomenal arm strength his this is a big play offense at missouri watch him against texas who happens to be they'll play in the texas boll one of the worst 25 pass defense in the nation who lock might throw for five hundred against texas kay watch him he is a.

missouri sec mayfield brian sipe san diego texas owen dole baker mayfield jot dorsey california florida cleveland bernie kosar gm ernie dari