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2021 NFL Draft: Biggest Surprises of Day 2

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

01:25 min | 3 months ago

2021 NFL Draft: Biggest Surprises of Day 2

"I can tell you here in houston. People think not always. Does sean decided he's play his last game for the texans. Maybe the texans have had a change of heart because the whole face the franchise thing. Let's talk about that for one. Second how do you go from. He was the clear cut. Face the franchise. I mean on all the commercials here. They're all gone. How do you come back from that. When it's your face the franchise guy. Can't he come back into the fold and would he be comfortable coming back into the fold. Yeah i don't know. I mean i think that's a longer more drawn out conversation. Maybe another time. But i'll say this. We saw ben rothlisberger comeback and re reemerges the face of franchise in pittsburgh thank anti. Most things can of be worked through. It'd be interesting. But i will say this if you take davis meals in the third round and you do jettison deshaun watson this offseason you go right back to the pond and fish again for another quarterback so what is really the point when you have tyrod taylor there. I think that to me was the thing you know. You're going to go back and have fish in those waters. I don't know. I think you might have wasted a third round pick but you brought up something it it it really makes me think about. Why did the knee jerk reaction to other quarterbacks going. We saw a quarterback ago in the first three rows. that's the most ever but couch. S went to the buccaneers at the bottom of the second round in kalama going to the vikings in the third

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‘Nomadland’ Wins Big at BAFTA Awards – Complete List of Winners

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02:05 min | 4 months ago

‘Nomadland’ Wins Big at BAFTA Awards – Complete List of Winners

"Held on Sunday night in London. As well as best film. It also won best director for Chloe Zhao and best actress for Frances McDormand. The BAFTA voting system had been changed this year after complaints that the awards were doing too little to encourage diversity. Here's our arts correspondent been sent out. E think friends part of an American tradition. My dad used to say what's remembered lives. It was no surprise. Nomad Land took the best film of the bastards. Lots of people expected to do the same at the Oscars. Two weeks from now. It's a powerful investigation of the soul of America, with Frances McDormand, superb in the lead role, and her win as best actress was predictable. There was talk of best actor going to the late Chadwick Boseman instead at 83, Sir Anthony Hopkins took it for the father. I don't know what she's cooking up against me, but she's cooking some of them. What's he talking about? That I'm not leaving my flash British Film Academy worked hard to broaden the electorate for this year's awards. That led to more diversity in the nominees. At least there was a lot of admiration for rocks. A realistic story of black British life. I think you should tell someone about young, long. You wouldn't understand. What's the problem? Talk to me. I don't get it. Don't worry for me. You're not. There's such a beautiful work. You have to leave. Get out get out was nothing contrary to what some expected rocks did not take outstanding British film. Its central character is played by Bucky Back Ray, who'd had no acting experience. Her reaction over zoom as she learned she had been chosen as best newcomer was the highlight of the evening. The winner. Off the E Rising Star award is Vicky Bakley. Ready Weeks is a black British director who took the outstanding debut award for his house. How quickly you forget everything we went through to get.

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

05:11 min | 4 months ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"You've got to be able to defend the pass. Gail gives them a big time quarterback someone who could be the number one in time. I think he's the pick for the denver. Broncos recreate the hokies there couple of former hokies corner rental fuller and dropping caleb farley. Who's he's big time. All right dallas cowboys. Were we thinking. Go dallas cowboys go together. Everybody wants him to fix tvs. I'm gonna go with elisa barbari tucker on it off as a line if you're going to pay debt. I got the big bucks you guys. Zeke elliott making big boats in amari cooper. Will you better make sure that you have the best offers a line that you can have your office can dominate various soccer. Play inside. he can play outside. I know they're the cowboys accountable. Tyron smith why not get an insurance policy in various echo. Who's also upgrade of what you have a kind of williams. They got somebody with inside outside. Versatility think zack martin. Think about how well that worked out for the cowboys you get another one there in vera. Tucker all right take me. Eleven through fifteen here bus. Okay we're rip these off the new york giants greg. So ed's defender from miami san francisco. Forty niners pat ser. Tan cornerback from alabama los angeles chargers cow pits tied in from florida. Thirteen yes minnesota. Vikings quitting fe as definitive for michigan and the new england patriots from penn state. All right all right. Well i'll tell you what man they tom. Let's just cancel the rest of the draft. Just take it off man. You're good you're done pets. Thirteen manners. Perfect using justin. Her wouldn't be excited to have them right. They're accurate he'd be excited. I think billion dollars out there. Yeah i don't think it's going to but i'd be excited. Never know you never know what other things yes. We'll see what happens. The the interesting thing is after free agency. Kenny golladay. he goes to the giants. I think that frees them up a little bit to do what you just had right there. Which is gregory. So you can go on the defensive side of the ball off you go. So i like that pick your. Let's go sixteen through twenty here. We go arizona cardinals. Jc horn quarterback from south carolina. Las vegas raiders. Jeremiah usa linebacker for notre dame miami dolphins nausea harris alabama the washington football team about devante smith why received from alabama to complete that trio and the bears christian. Darren shaw offensive tackle from genetic. Okay interesting man. I tell you what jaycee horn. He's got a lot of love around the league. There's been times where i thought man. Maybe some team in twenty would be to scoop him up at my. Have him in the teens. I think on my on my top fifty list. He's going to go to me. Jc horn much. Better than cj henderson. Who we saw go hi last year. I think he's better than aj. Terrell he's gonna. He's he's gone all right. Let's let's go ahead now. He's fast enough that it gives them a chance. And i think the only thing is the reason you put them with the gardens because there's a man to man team. I think he is at his best. When he doesn't really have to think and go he can just use his left lettuces them..

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Smith dropping a little bit. But we've talked about that with the frame that could cause him to slide a little bit man talk about having a receiving core there in arizona. Goodness gracious that'd be fun to watch and then the other one i think is fascinating. It's just mack. Jones go onto washington. I'm curious to see where he ultimately ends up. I have kind of more than that second round buck but man accurate efficient great decision maker. You love the work ethic. All the intangibles are off the charts. The question is is there. Enough is enough juice in his arm and his legs to warrant that. Yeah i think this is like the same thing when you talk about ron rivera. And what they wanna do and washington with their franchise. They won't guys that are cultural fits. Emag jones is work ethic intangibles. He's all of those things that they talk. They talk about and also just notice. I mean the washington fourteen they love alabama players turned down to alabama fleet when they've had a chance the mag jones because the player to the in the first round for the washington. That's a that's a good point there bucker. Let's go twenty one through twenty five indianapolis colts christian derek offensive tackle from virginia tech. Twenty two the tennessee. Titans aziz azure ari edge. Rusher from georgia at twenty. Three new york jets take travis. Ntn running back from clemson. Twenty four the pittsburgh steelers nick bolton linebacker from missouri and twenty five jacksonville jaguars christian bar more defensive tackle from alabama. Like what you did hear. Deira side of the colts make sense. You lose your left tackle to retirement with costanzo you go ahead and replace them right here with the twenty first pick. They do that with christian. Tarasov all right. How about twenty six to thirty twenty six thirty twenty six. The cleveland browns exerting collins linebacker from tulsa twenty seven. The baltimore ravens. Take one of the i think. He's underrated jalen phillips. Depressant lama from miami. Is someone that i am fascinated by him. Twenty eight the new orleans saints trevor. More safety from tcu at twenty nine..

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Can your employer force you to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

Tom and Curley

02:55 min | 8 months ago

Can your employer force you to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

"Get the cove in 19 vaccine. Cairo seven looks into that. Have more of a fear that people won't get vaccinated. Todd owns a business and as soon as the covert vaccine becomes readily available, he's telling all of his employees to get one. My gut feeling is you need to I would definitely hire someone that was willing to take it over something that wasn't And if you're wondering whether a job can make you take the covert vaccine or fire you if you don't simple answer to the question is Yes, but there were so many exceptions. Seattle employment Attorney Tim Emery says. There really are no loss stopping work places from making the covert vaccine mandatory. In fact, Washington's an at will employment states so employers can fire workers with no warning and no cost their employers in Washington state right now. That require vaccines across the board. I can think of multiple employers that too, But, he says, In many ways, the covert vaccine is uncharted territory, So it's unclear how the legality of it all will play out. There's no question that an employer can require masks, There's no there's no question that employer can require the safety precautions, but but I don't think there's an easy answer in this situation for whether an employer could mandate Vaccine. The reason there's no easy answer is because he says, there are many exceptions for things like religious beliefs. If you have a medical condition, or even if you're under contract, it's a tricky one. Sandra from Seattle supports the covert vaccine but doesn't know if employers should require one. Everybody doesn't have the same situation, leaving experts expecting a lot of legal challenges. Once this vaccine is available employers one point used to be able to used to have the right to take genetic testing. I mean, the law really is in flux here. Oh, wow, An influx law. So he said, Yeah, you will eat they will be able to require, But then he said, Yeah, I don't know if they will. He seems a little on the fence about that attorney. I thought Yeah, well, nobody knows we haven't had to do something like this, I guess And long enough since the laws of sort of evolved to protect the employees from the aggressive employer and in this case, I guess they don't have it in, uh, the individual of the rights of the individual. To their own body. Can the employer say in order to work for me and to guarantee the protection of my other employees? I'm gonna have you have to get this vaccine. Yeah, That's the tricky part because obviously, employers can make you where other safety equipment When I worked in a big commercial bakery. I had to wear a hair net just to keep my hair from falling into the donuts right now. Can you imagine and all those guys have Bucky's Where those blue rubber gloves, right? Yes. Well, they've been doing that long before anybody else. Yeah, So I mean, it seems like other than the part where you have to stick the needle into your body and inject your body full of chemicals. It's the president's already there. Oh, are you gonna get the

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:59 min | 9 months ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with daniel jeremiah and bucky brooks. What's up everybody. Dj bucky here move the sticks presented by facebook. How you doing man man. I'm good i'm good. How's everything everything's good man we We got a great show today. We've got one of our favorite guests. I think he's been on a handful of times and every time he's He's just been awesome. We've got the number two team in the country. The fighting the notre dame fighting irish head coach brian. Kelly is going to join us so we got a great chat with him coming up. We've also got to dig in a little bit what we saw last night. And what was. I'll say the maybe wanna uglier most boring football games. I've ever seen between the vikings and the bears. Yeah it wasn't a great game to necessarily watch se. If you're a fan of defensive football you'll love it. But i don't know if it was more than two was divas or bad offense The the the thing that stood out to me. And i was curious about this. And i wonder how this plays out in the end matt. Nagy a lot of the conversation leading up to the game was matt nagy handing over the play calling duties to bill lays and so we saw bears play without matt nagy. The controls in it looked a lot like the bears with matinee. And so when your head coach in your superpower has been your play inability now what like now like what is what is bad with other utility bill. What is iron man without the suit. Like what are you and so does it make you even more exposed as a head coach. Don't have that ability to call plays and you just kinda standing there as the ceo. Managing the game. I mean the thing is you can see it and we've seen it you know. Look the ravens did it in two thousand and one super bowl. We talk about you know brad. Johnson that bucks team which was really defensive driven But even those young seahawk teams that were in super bowls. Russell wilson was ascending. You know had more more to his game but to try and win consistently with average to below quarterback talent. Not going to happen and you can have a year here. There were the stars aligned. You play great defense turnovers special teams and you just kind of carry right along. You can have those one offs. I mean we saw it with the broncos right. They had peyton the first super bowl they went to he was you know had a big year. They end up winning the super bowl with him having a really terrible year but then he retired. That was in the broncos. Have been any good sense. There are a lot of those same good defensive players there a those same key offensive players but they haven't had quarterback play. That's been above the standard. And you just can't consistently do that. The bears had that one great winning season but the stars of have not aligned sense. I think at a minimum. I think what. I'm learning now at the minimum..

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:01 min | 10 months ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks ten takeaways from week five with Daniel, Jeremiah Bucky Brooks, and read. Louis. What's up everybody walking to move? The six percent of is axes DJ bucky right back with you here for our takeaway episode and we lost one big undefeated team this week and a little bit of a surprise. But still some some cream of the crop left here when you look at some of the remaining undefeated teams are you doing? Great Dj was a great weekend. I think what we're doing what we're seeing teams really fall into their identity teams have gone through that four-game period that was really liked the preseason, and now we're beginning to see teams play really good football. Guys, it was a weekend in a day where we got the heartstrings pulled on both ends of the spectrum seeing Alex. Smith is Alex. Smith's comeback from injury as he gets back on the field for the first time in almost seven hundred days and then. A comeback just beginning now with that Prescott after his serious leg injury. So hoping all works out well for in the recovery but a lot to get you for the cowboys as well beyond that leads us right to our first takeaway here. Bucky. You've got it having to do with that cowboy win over the New York giants. The cowboys move all without deck.

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:14 min | 11 months ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. What's up everybody DJ Bucky here move the sticks presented by Zach's B.'s buck how you doing man I'm good I'm good is nearly into we get ready for the weekend Thursday night Thursday night football game, tonight Jaguars, and Dolphins in English Nice slate of games this weekend. Yeah that's kind of where we're GONNA. Go days is talking about the game coming up on Monday night with the chiefs and Ravens and kind of looking at those quarterbacks and how that's changed scouting as we as we go forward as well as just some of the overall play received from young quarterbacks around the NFL. By I do emphasize sale. I'm looking at the schedule. We've got some SEC football, this this moonlight up about as well book. Conference anyone who has been in business understands how the SEC is revered in war rooms around the league and so yeah, there are a lot of people tune in because Potentially, we could have opportunity see ten conference games. There are a lot of people that it'd be paying close attention to what's going on down the SEC yellow on good football, which is great for us when we look at this game in particular here, chiefs in Ravens coming up Monday night based game of the year on the NFL schedule played a couple of great games already but we'll look at the quarterbacks specifically we've talked about them individually in the past but. Have you seen kind of a change in the position and in what teams are looking for since we've seen the these two guys I. Mean Dj on we've had these conversations like I think the change has been obvious i. think there's been a greater emphasis placed on athleticism the ability to create an extent plays with your feet. If you have legitimate running skills that is. A skilled that has been celebrated even enhanced in the National Football League in. So we're seeing a set a different playmaker at the position whereas ten fifteen twenty years ago. We wouldn't necessarily have those guys rated at the top of the board because back. Then early two thousands it was still about fitting the quarterback into the office coordinator system. Now, about the office coordinated, building a system around the talents of the quarterback and so when you have that difference in philosophical change up top and then you see how these young quarterbacks had been thrive thriving. Levels I think it makes sense to try and meet them halfway especially under the premise that the biggest and best championship window is when you're young quarterback is playing on a rookie deal and so that really changed. The game and that has made it where you had to be more dabble and flexible not only who you pick how you play them. When you do get them into program one of the things I've learned from these guys is There's a couple things that can be improved when you get to the next level and I think sometimes we used to have these arguments right? Can you improve your accuracy now when you get to the NFL a lot of times a lot of people say, no are what you are..

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Episode 6: Tama Pili  Why I can practice homosexuality and still worship god

Think On Your Faith

08:12 min | 11 months ago

Episode 6: Tama Pili Why I can practice homosexuality and still worship god

"The fearless Thomas who's not afraid of WHO is. When I see prepared a Gopher Church on Sundays, I always think to myself. Does. He not know what the Scriptures say. Does he not know? or or so I guess I, want to ask you. You Are you aware? Are you aware of what the penalty he is out of that if you don't depend on mean in other words if you continue to live your lifestyle, not according to but according to the doctrine are Mormon doctrine and Christian doctrine. If you continue to live the lifestyle that you live and you don't apologize for it and you don't make you know you don't make the efforts to repent of it. Your resting. Place. Is the according to the Old Testament the vengeance of eternal fire. Yeah. I am well aware of that as sitting out so I know the consequences. And the senior is and the reason why I do what I do, and I did the way I live is as I That's in the future and I am not going to. Don't know what the future out I don't know. Maybe maybe one of these days I'll have a cheese of art. As. Is there part of you that hopes and believes at some point in the future? Maybe a future rebel revelation will change this in the church and that you'll be exonerated you'll be vindicated. To me, that's. An issue. To me if it happens, it happens. That's great if it doesn't, it doesn't. I like to focus on today an. and. And try to do things to make me happy. Do you go your testimony on? No? No the only thing I do is I be. The only thing you do is what? May tithing. Partake of the sacrament. No I. Don't I. I. I know what I can and can't do and I only do I know I I can do is it safe for me to assume that? What keeps you going on Sundays. Is the social aspect of religion. All Hell No. It's not I do not socialize with anybody church except for like if I see my family I, just go for a Sacramento and I I do not for us I just. My Tidy Heidi. There and then I. I I come home and So you don't attend any classes you don't take. Any callings in Youtube in the church. No I told him I. Yeah. I 'cause I know I can't and I'm not going to. Not going to go to the process of repentance because every smell feeling of remorse as ours making me feel bad. I WanNa, go through the motions just look. Good added just look like I'm worthy serve because that's not me I wanna live my true self. And you wanted to and part of that is the election church and do what I can do and I don't participate in things that I know I shouldn't be artistic eating to me. have. You ever considered the alternative that you can actually live exactly the life that you want right now outside of Church has ever entered. Go to church though still go to church every Sunday. Yeah I think there's a problem in going to church I. Think part of it is also because that's just the How was raised in mashes And I I still. I. I still believe in God and. I still like I said, I go back to my testimony and when I received my own personal witness. And I can't deny it. And so that's the narrative way however like religion. There's a Lotta. There's some issues that I. have about religion but I just talked ducks like, okay. I just don't understand the every now and I'm not GonNa try to get ashes spread like for instance. Like, okay. We're taught that God is unchanging and cannot look at in the least agree. Oh, that's right. Like if you go in the scriptures. Okay seems like he is changing because sometimes. Things are acceptable. Started Times into non-acceptable at a nurse I'm like for else correct. Like. For instance, if you if you prescribed to those rem creation and how how we came about. We started with two people here on earth. So obviously, it says blood was the. down. Bucky your mother or your. How about? Not only happen once. In. Of Atom and then it was it was it was legit or happy with no. Light. So. So And then. I said, okay, insisted okay and then all of us in the nursing living me. Obviously. It's like it was okay then and now it's Ok okay. So right there is that. Okay. So we're taught that God is changing and put on policy for me I'm not. opne down because then I go back to the basis the what I do. Try to understand, I will not fully comprehend. Is, principle that will never fully comprehend. Learn learn it earned are. Just go back to the simple things and I back my own personal witness. And And I I lean on that and that's not going and it's like he's Doing what I do and it sounds like it's almost like a comfort blanket to it's just something that you're used to. It was something that's causing. And in fact, I actually end the way I'm doing not right now 'cause Mike by by name film Records Church when I came to my molly. Sorry, you said Your name is what? My Name's Star on Breakfast with the church but wh- debut if you're still going to church. Well because of my lifestyle because what I have, you have you been excommunicated. No I had A. WHO's who? Were then there's no reason you name would be removed from the church. Wall because. With my lifestyle I mean, obviously they would I on the ground. So excommunication. But anyways but I wanted to when I came out when I first came out of the house. My Mom me while the second time a team. I told her. I can't do this anymore I'm going to do this. I told her know because I. I respect sacredness of the covenants I mean you know as a member of the church and I told her I said I. Take these. and. So I want to take my name off the record church and then my mom only please whatever you do not take your name. So I might okay. So out her wishes, I didn't take my name. So then I change. Of course I stop wearing. Of course couldn't go to the temple and and that's how I. In that, that's how I've been living for all these years and so I'm comfortable with. Numbers. How does your word members in your bishop? Feel about that. Well. Let me see I. Don't to call me tell me that they're going to hold court and stuff like that. But. There's some people in the word that they follow me on facebook at

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. What's up? Everybody Dj Bucky here for move the six bucks. Man I'm great man I I am hanging in there. Everything is good I'm excited to talk a little ball with you. Yeah. I'm excited. Talk with you excited to have our good buddy. joined the show today, and this is a conversation I think everybody's GonNa. Really enjoy kind of piggybacks what we were talking about the other day about the possibilities of spring, football and everything that's going on with with ninety and how these colleges are adjusting where things stand, there's no better person to talk to than our good friend. Bruce Feldman so today's episode is going to be that conversation and I. Hope You guys enjoy it. Here's our chat with Bruce. While buck excited to have our good friend. Bruce Feldman from Fox. Joining the show today Bruce. We've been a lot more conversations lately. Kind of off the air, just kind of checking in with one another to find out what's going on in the the football landscape right now. Can you kind of give us the thirty thousand foot view here of where things stand? Yeah, it's getting to be I. Think in the last two weeks. I think a lot of people inside. Inside the sport had become a lot more pessimistic. Quite honestly talking to a they've found is a lot of programs at had players that were fine in the facility, but then you'd have a bunch of guys. Go Play Madden. Get together. There'd be an outbreak. You guys go to a pool party. There'd be an outbreak. You guys go hit the bars, same story, and so from talking a lot of coaches because you'll even as we're taping this Oklahoma. Tested a whole bunch of players and there were no positive. It's a really good sign. Notre Dame was similar and there's a handful Michigan. State's numbers were good. But not everybody's not releasing their not numbers and full disclosure, and also I think it's those schools that have had it. The players haven't quite honestly taken it that seriously, and so in a d in The sec told me about a week. The problem is a lot of people have not taken this seriously enough. Especially eighteen to twenty two year olds and that's been wearing. Issue is, and the question is GonNa be the the numbers are high in a lot of places, and they haven't even done any football stuff. This is working out in small groups. It's not like they're doing nine seven drill. What's going to happen then? What's going to happen when they're around more? People on the campus. The cases are higher. That doesn't bode well, so everybody's kind of a wait and see mode. We'll see what happens by the end of this month, though hope to have a better picture on where they think they can hope to be for the fall. Rusen in about it because I know you've also talked to coaches. How're coaches even attempting to craft practice plans schedules in calendar where we haven't even really begin to progress out of the small pods when it comes to just working on the weight room. Right and some of them have talked about. We may have to stagger. Stagger how we do it in small groups. Maybe we don't have our. You know. Think about it this way. What happens if you're if you get an outbreak in your quarterback room? I'm a quarantine. That's three games. How's that GonNa work right so I think there's a lot of..

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to move the sticks for today's podcast. We have a special football. Baseball crossover focused on team building. You know him as the lead draft analyst on NFL network. He's also a color commentator for the Los, Angeles chargers. He scouted for the Ravens Brown Eagles. Daniel. Jeremiah he played five years in the NFL. Is A cornerback in return man scouted for the seahawks and panthers and was a legend for the tar heels. Bucky Brooks. What's up everybody DJ Bucky here for move the sticks and bucky little a little different show. We have today, but I think I. GonNa, enjoy it. Yeah I, think this is a great opportunity for us to do what we love to do. Which is cross training when it comes to team building, so we do want to baseball show. We sat down with former players coaches museum members GM's talk about the game and how released to baseball? Yeah, you get a chance to see how we believe we preach right. It's our gospel. We preached the Gospel of Maltese Sports for Young. Guys coming up. Up We don't want kids a specialized gonNA play multiple sports. We think it really helps them in their over ethic development, and we've seen that from football players. Now we're seeing it and other sports, and we get a chance to talk to these guys. Specifically talking to these baseball guys is really fascinating, so I had a chance to go down to the winter meetings and talk with a bunch of folks and we've had others like John smoltz join us on the podcast. So what we've done is we've taken a collection of these conversations. I think you guys are really going to enjoy them. But first of all bucky. It's great to have baseball back. It's it looks like it's actually going to happen, so we're football guys, but we also keep an eye on on the bat and ball as well. Yeah, man I love it. Baseball immediately is my I love I. Love it coming up. I love keeping a score when I watched it on TV I love going to games any games, particularly dodger game, so I'm excited at baseball is back. I am really really looking forward to the season kicking off all right with with no further. Further do. Let's jump in here. This is a conversation starting off with cubs, general manager Jed hoyer Jed hoyer I remember from the padres. He was there GM from two thousand nine and two thousand eleven. He was with the red sox during their run from two nine and really kind of resurgence of that franchise there with Theo Epstein now he's back with Theo Epstein with the cubs. He's been the general manager there since two thousand eleven, and really enjoyed sitting down and visiting with him at the baseball. Winter meetings. From where this started at this event to where it is now, what's the biggest difference?.

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Tim Burgess, Snowpiercer on Netflix, cult movie Adam & Paul

Bigmouth

06:47 min | 1 year ago

Tim Burgess, Snowpiercer on Netflix, cult movie Adam & Paul

"Welcome back to big mouth. The media strip of pop culture podcasts. Were time has become an infinite loop and yet still managed to stay yes. We're happy not going anywhere at World Zoom again and I can spot sean pattern of those inboxes. Hello Charlene how are you well? I'm alright I'm all right. Thank you and you have you not bad busy week. He said rhetorically weirdly. Busying notice that we're very shows of pop news in the pop firmament in the in the endless paralysis of now but a party. Boy George has written six or seven albums. Lockdown is a good thing. I think that's amazing and I think he should release every single track. Nothing should go in the volt and we should hear the unexpurgated unagitated boy George knockdown albums. They should be locked with boy. George Yeah definitely I think he needs an added support says Dasa. He's he says I'm not saying every single thing is good so I'm saying if you wanted it down to eight tracks the eight best trucks or George Comeback while we're speaking of albums. What did you think of Lana del Rey announcing that she's GonNa Call Hanyu Album Chem trails? Washington up fantastic. Hasn't she going to Matt a bit? She's GonNa little bit crazy. Maybe she just needs opposite town and I loved her last album. That MS billions. What could change US stick Allen because she her whole sorts of I've analysis to trip to myself everybody complains? She goes rage. Tweeting about them and yet it's such a malady created thing that she is She's a whole load of contradiction subsequently gigantea all of pop string anyway special. This week route settings a big mouth. It's Telegraph TV critic. Guardian Culture writer on Kane. Doug owner start Newington. Michael Hogan how you doing Michael. Hi I'm goodson. Y'All at your window shows you. Baked Ham did buy books on both sides which look at the trash compactor and saw was easily crushed by Philip pullman Sexy behind you can go see broken. Greek by people fetus a great book reviewed all the PODCAST. And I think Ed just a selection of you know obviously improving. What's literature as a homeworking Journo? Since time you finding the as all families bucky getting pushed further and further back into your own little kind of messed in the cold. The top left corner of the House. The I'M GONNA share. You said I'm not GonNa shut at the moment Boca kind of a golden office. It was actually very blessed. But it's a show is it now. It's become become sort of with with the kids staying home schooled and increasingly valuable. The ship and in fact I might move in the living. The dream you've what tell Telia's part your job is. How is it coping with broadcasting from kitchens? Now that we just go with the old famous is just like us. Yeah it's interesting obviously about TV so in a way that hasn't stopped but what always they've run out of TV. They outlandish leaving. Eastenders runs out in a week's time I think and the ultras run out already. I is about to start doing special coronavirus episodes so yeah. It's very old and we've seen a lot of people on zoom looking awkward a bit like this bomb. The tally which is most modern family did this before anybody didn't they? Would that brilliant episode? Where class took an apple. She can only interact with the family. Five watt up to face time twitter because she's one of the girls off and got married to a radio boyfriend. The entire upset takes place on the screen and it was genius. Unfortunately old tally is like not now what I mean now. I think things like I got news for you can of quite painful but then you know Johnny Burqas and John Nova shows actually really. I mean if the trouble is they're doing all these dramas playlets now and I think we'll get tied of looking at that very quick. Have you start looking at? These seem screens? You're not gonNA spend evening looking at Bonday as a way of kind of golden era moment like you know what like would ruin acoustic mate and it was basis. They've zillow about the song that performance in studio trickery may physically like that no Michael Hogan hideous say one. Tv In this in this is who's been the best. Use Been Champion lockdown champion. Joe Wicks probably Tim Burgess Yeah to budgets will be coming in to save a little bit later. Jarvis Don domestic disco. His saved my Saturdays and he's not do Spanish. She's soon yeah she's yeah. She wolves the hot. Doesn't she shop trash compactor pulp? We can see how we can see her name. It's Nadia Serene author illustrator and pop music. Devotee hello how are you can confirm the shame the unknown in front of a book? Shel- let you guys know. 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Discovering Comets

Astronomy Cast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Discovering Comets

"I'm Freezer Cain publisher of university with me as always as Dr Pamela. Gay a senior scientist for the Planetary Science Institute and the Director of cosmic quest. How you doing I'm doing. Well how are you doing fraser? Great Full on Paradise is back here on the west coast of Canada. Everything is growing like crazy. I can't we'd fast enough to keep up with the the new plants that yes. Yeah yes I put eight bucky garbage pails out filled with yard waste for the garbage trucks to come and take away. This is madness. Yeah Yeah and it's it's beautiful like every everywhere you like. Oh it'll never like just looks like such horror show and then boy come. May everything just just paradise again. Love it up here. I did plant my ps too early and they have little frost tinged leaves for the ones that didn't get underneath my cold frame fast. Enough a weird we. We can plant our piece here January and that's pretty much can't plant them early enough. January's fine February. Yeah and then. That's the perfect timing because they like to be cold and then they come up and then yeah we actually have a very mild climate here on Vancouver Island compared to what you have. So Oh yeah well and you started your PS outside. I started mine inside. And you're like wait we. We don't like it out here to you. You always start them outside here. You don't you're it's crazy you're wasting your time you just dump you dump amount of peas into the ground and they are popping by by. March you start to get fresh peas off them by April. I didn't plan any this year. We've we've shifted everything deflowers because somebody likes flowers and hates hate peas although peas meek flowers flowers yeah but anyway let's get onto it so discovering comets is one of the fields that amateurs can still make regular contribution to astronomy but more and more comets are getting found by spacecraft automated systems and machine learning this week. We'll talk about how comets discovered in how you can get your name on one. Have you ever tried to be? Have you ever tried to discover a comment very briefly in graduate school? And then the fact that I had to do graduate. Schoolwork stopped that plan. Yeah so so. How did how did that work like man? I want my name on a comet. Well it was the Soho Data and so not every games. Yeah but it was just the I want to be the first one. It's it's like you see people who on threads on forms or like I and that's all they want to do. This is the comment equivalent of this. Because I just have to do everything nerdier so I wanted to be able to say I on an image of a comment and Soho data so all right so for I mean we've done episode whole epistle comments. We've talked about many things but for anyone who I guess I don't want I don't want to say like you don't don't don't explain what a comet is but explain explain in come off like this baby's first astronomy cast like. Let's let's bring things forward a little bit here. But at least let's talk about the features of comets as a relate to how and where we see them. Find them okay. So comets are small bodies in our solar system that when you apply enough heat grow a cloudy coma around them and a tale of debris that is getting pushed back from them by the solar wind their orbits tend to be a lot more elliptical than the orbits of Asteroids and so we often initially categorize something as asteroid or comet based on its orbit. Because when you find a comet far enough out you can't tell what its future may be but really the only difference between an asteroid and a comet is the ratio of things that melt and things that don't add inner solar system temperatures and we have those two varieties of commerce. We have the short period long period comets and. I'd say that we actually have three because we also have. Yeah sure you need to add behave like a long period comet and so short period comets they go around and around and around and they don't get that far away from the sun and they appear on a regular basis but I mean that can be Haley's comet once every seven years you see this thing flare back up again and again and again. While the long periods we're seeing them for the first time ever and chances are they've never been to the inner solar system and there's a really good chance that a lot of prior long period comets that we saw were actually interstellar and we just didn't know it because we didn't stop to think about it

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Remembering Christian Laettner's Famous Buzzer-Beater

The Bill Simmons Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

Remembering Christian Laettner's Famous Buzzer-Beater

"Friends from Pearl Jam taping this Sunday afternoon. We don't need to take this on Sunday night anymore. Because there's no sports it's all it's all vintage sports. I've actually been preparing for this moment. My whole life. Old Games ran. Russillo is here as he is every Sunday. This was the part of the schedule. And we'll be talking about March madness thoughts where the last couple of weeks of the NBA would were going. Would-be worried about Mvp conversations and things like that. Now now I wanNA talk about The later shot. 'cause I watched that with my son yesterday. He had never seen he didn't know is going to happen. He was amazed. I got to relive it. Threw Him Russillo. Yeah that was Was An all time. I mean that that seriously in the moment you're like this is a kind of game that I'm going to think about the rest of my life. I mean not every day Certainly but late nurses dominance is a college player and then seeing younger people watch that game now and not like Lakers mom and you go. You guys have no idea you have you have no you think you know but you don't you know what I what struck me watching that game. I thought Leitner was going to be a really incredible pro because he was so good in college. But then you watch him and you think about the translate him as I go. He's got slow feet was really hard for him to like. Put The ball down. Every shot was almost like a miracle shot by hamlet on balance. Fling shots These turnaround fifteen footers. I think nowadays he would have been an awesome stretch five. I think he would have been shooting eight threes. A game in everything he did would have been different but I am. I was mad at myself. Twenty eight years ago that I thought later was going to be such good proud. Who else knew who knows what else happened. When we went to the wrong team. He had some personal issues etc. You know what the great lesson about Labor is is that he was. You'll know better than I want to get anything where I get this. Kinda thing wrong. But was he one of the first guys like tested positive for. We'd like in that era. Right or was rumored or something. There is always always rumors. He talked about that thirty for thirty. We did that. You know he definitely Off The court might have had a couple issues but a everything. I love watching these games and just getting upset about some of the issues are making 'cause like Grant Hill. Just first of all. He was a soft mark coming off the bench which seemed inconceivable but It seemed like he could have gone by anybody. He wanted to Kentucky team at all times and yet they're like all right spread out for Hurley. This is much better option. Hurley's got this. Maybe she go to grant hale the guy who guy who's going to be a first team all NBA guy in five years. Yeah later was suspended. Some Games there. I Don history but I just wanted to double check it because I remember later on and that was you know when I started talking to guys in front offices in I would be leading up to the draft and I was like you know. How can you figure some of the stuff out because what you learn is that no one really figures it out? But when you're outside of the world you think everybody has this magic. Is that that none of us can understand? It's really not that and something to gm told me that was really really smart and again it was the very beginning of me talking to these guys when we were talking about backgrounds personalities and try to figure things out and he goes look he was plenty of guys that are from terrible areas. Have a terrible family set up and have bad guys around left and right. And they're the best teammates they practice hard. They care they never get any trouble and then you look at somebody like Leitner. Who's like the poster boy? He's one of the best college basketball players in history. Not just guys that we saw was that dominant. He was incredible. And it's like here. He is Duke. Looks like he's a gap model and the whole deal and it was like well. Yeah you know now no one cares about any of this stuff but I just always thought that was really really interesting to kind of talk about lake nurse transition to the pros because he was. It's hard to imagine. He wasn't better because he still was a decent player like he still had a decent career but he was at all incredibly dominating at Duke You thought there's there's no way this isn't going to be a special pro. Plus we had familiarity with them. Because we're able to you know. Watch him and watch that Duke team evolve and even like they were shown Cherokee parks on the bench and acid. Like I remember. They recruited him. He was like the number one guy in deal he was going to be. It was going to go from ferry to Leitner to Cherokee parks. And you know you watch him on the bench and guys like Thomas Thomas Hale who added thought of in forever you know we just watched all those games back then and and something changed with College. Probably Fifteen sixteen years ago when you know. Maybe they will. Maybe it was less time. I know everybody's talked about all the possible reasons for it but it just met more back then like I remember where I watched that game and who I was with. You know an and there's been Great College Basketball Games especially this year late. They were shown. Today they're shown Carolina Villanova two thousand sixteen. That was an awesome game. That was really fun. But it. There was a weightiness to especially that ninety two seasons. Because you had the The fab five and It just every I remember everything about that seasons it was fun to relive it. I thought. Cps did a good job the way they showed it see. It felt like a real game. They didn't try to cut ahead. They would go to commercial and they would only show one ad so they could go right back so it stayed in the flow. But they didn't try to edit it. They didn't cut free throws so it kind of felt like being a time machine right. Yeah that when I've gone back in watch the NBA stuff You sit there and like the thing that jumps out especially working on the side of it now like I would. They're all these things that I would never think about is just a kid home watching these games and now that you work in it not that you and I have extensive background calling games but you just you look at it so differently You know when you mentioned the college basketball thing though it is. It's a simple answer. You can't have a brand where you're changing the brand every single time like. Imagine if you had this hit. Tv show with all these characters that people invested in and he said. Oh by the way we're never bringing these characters back for season two where he's GonNa bring all new characters and it just. It's hard it's really simple answer. But the turnover. Who used to get weird when guys would leave after their sophomore years but like what like what that. Guy. I think. He's doing now granted. It's wrong I think I should be able to go straight out of high school but there's just you know we like things to be easy as fans and really as consumers in any story like really it's how do you get people to jump into the next part of the story and college. Hoops like how many people can name. Who's on Baylor? You know for the season started. I stopped everything to watch Baylor. Kansas and it was a really fun game. This year was like nine. Am Tip out here. But I know that those kind of Duke Games or that Saint. John's Georgetown stuff for Sarah to that big Monday like I would watch that instead of the NBA growing up and now. It's absurd to think I would ever do that. I saw. I noticed watching that thinking about that team and even Kentucky and they were talking about how they were on probation for two years and the guys stuck around. Patino saying they really have anywhere else to go the other. Yeah they had all these seniors that were there but one of the things. I loved about college back then. Was it married high school in the sense I. The new guy shows up. And he's the freshman. He's gotTA prove himself. But then you got the older kids that have been there for a while and you know. The Duke was like the perfect example of. They're they're really like a high school team. Cherokee parks was the young freshman. Grant Hill was a sophomore. Who is going to take it over when Leitner leaves and and that dynamic that just eventually was gone. You Watch that game and you're thinking Mashburn Ingrain. Hiller are sophomores Mashburn. Just unbelievable there. Eight hundred twenty eight ten just looks like a classic stretch for now he he would have been I think a multiple our NBA Guy. There's no reason he should've even stayed at Kentucky for two years he should have gotten into the NBA as fast as you possibly could. We didn't realize that back then. Yeah I got to know Mashburn when he was at he. Spn One of my favorite living in Bristol stories. Is he and I go into Walmart to buy an extra controller and I didn't know it was going to pay for it because I didn't want to assume anything and I was like. Yeah 'cause I had the playstations hooked up in my hotel room and we were just bored out of their minds so it's me Jamal Mashburn at Walmart and I asked him about that team. And I always when asked about different coaches that these guys played for. I was always really interested. In which coaches told you to stay or told you to go because they're guys that are really selfish about it but then there's other ways you know now it's it's out of control like no one. Stang but back then I was like well. What would say to you he goes? I'm not letting you come back. You're too good like you're too good. You have to get out of here and I know you know Ripa Tinos. Rep's is taking pretty big hits over the last couple of years but that was something that I was always really impressed with that. He just looked at like I was like. Did you want us? He's Kinda wanted to stay because mashes whole thing was like. He's a New York City guy and his mother wouldn't let him go to a school in New York City. He was telling me about some of the recruiting stuff like Saint. John's back then still would've thought they were getting Jamal Mashburn. And he's like my mother was like you're not you're not playing ball in the city. And then he goes on a Kentucky after Kentucky went through that that brutal stretch. And you know that's that's the game if you're thinking of one loss that you've had in your Phantom Bill. I'm trying to think maybe it's two thousand. Ten Celtics Lakers the one. That's things the most I don't know if it's game six eighty six in the mets. But that doesn't feel as bad since they've won four titles but if you're a Kentucky fan like that's the kind of that stuff comes up every day it's like Bucky Dent in the eighties for Red Sox fan just sitting at a bar. Mfn Bucky Dent on because later shot. Well the Kentucky did end up winning. I think it's probably worse for Mashburn Jerk Kentucky Fan. You had to tidal teams later in the decade. Because like Ben and I were watching. We went right from yesterday. We were watching that Kentucky game and then the Major League Baseball Network were showing the playoff game in seventy eight Yankees Red Sox and we watched the last like probably two and a half innings and I was explaining to him how the playoffs worked back. Then it was a gay. You played the whole season. It was two division champs in each league. They tied so we had to have a playoff game. And he was like Whoa. How did they decide? Who had it as like? I don't remember. I just remember like everybody from Boston to stay home that day. And we're watching it. He had no idea it was going to happen. And a living through the the remmy hits that shot to Pinella. Panella can't see any just jabs his jabs his mid out. I'm getting mad at George Scott all over again. I think he was my least favorite. Red Sox player just swing for the fences. Every time never never touched a ball early on that he was early. It was at the head of it. Yeah Jangle That was such an agonizing loss and they've won four world series since and it still really hurts Agata Sad. I don't feel any better from it. Yeah I I grew up hearing about it because you know that's where our our gap comes into play. Were still too young to but it was one of the first things like eighty two as my first sox game against brewers and I I just remember like the Bucky Dent thing like it was four years later and people still in them. I remember that we again emceeing. So if the way your brain store stuff early when there's nothing else in there so they allies kids we can always go back and remember anything. Because there's no distractions of real life. But I remember being upset after the fact years later. Just my father telling me that they blew the fourteen game lead and you just go. How is that possible? Like how? How could they have low like how they had the best team? And all these different things and again that stuff used a matter a lot more And Eighty six at all comes up again eight years later so we've seen over the last few days in especially ESPN and then Nba TV and emo but others channels. They're

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"bucky" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"bucky" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Really believe you can go six Bucky that's my god hi I absolutely believe that either here's what so it's funny like when you talk about the people saying let's vote last season he didn't have a lot of production well let's go and take the last year so last year's twenty seventeen the previous year he made that particular set of trust on the interception respectively but if you do the same exercise which overall job had a great final season at its junior was kind of suggestion so when you're battling quarterbacks should look at the entire body work not just the final season I think because people are looking at the entire body of work he is given the benefit of the doubt which is why he could be a sergeant at second the adoption picking up whatever sauce and all right Bucky Brooks at two more real quick wins at the combine any major risers in the running back position because I know Jonathan Taylor ran incredibly well beat out say kwon Barkley forty time but I mean this guy's a fumbling machine he can't really catch the ball out the backfield over issues they're not talking about him as a one are they people like nearby maybe but there's some people are scared of the whole Wisconsin running back because that's the discussion went back and sometimes it's difficult to separate the office of one before Mr production and what the writer that is able to deliver so he has up the names that are I was unable to keep an eye on Jan ages on Florida state's campus is running fast you need many people anticipated before forced his footwork is amazing it's a comparison of the Dalvin cook position with Dalvin cook is anybody doing the least I'm telling you right now I'm not saying it can't go in the first round but when we get to about we still we started the season everyone is going to wonder why that was appalled by the phone number you're listening to the track this is why we get Bucky Brooks final question Bucky non combine you know Jeff Darlington from the industry I know and also like this Tom Brady thing this week I don't know what do you put any stock in can't see a scenario where Brady goes back to New England that I think that it's not going to happen and what is not going to happen he's not gonna go back I don't we'll go back I think I think it's a done deal I think I think both guys like bill Belichick and have preferred to go their own separate ways well we're going you're very which operated right now everyone is trying to solve renaissance of Tom Brady if you look at how he played last year I think he's the worst player also let's look at what year the current form don't get caught up in T. V. proven all the great things that he's accomplished if you look at how we played last season I can't imagine him turn back around and you need to go we got to stop he got it here for years and years on end of internalization will probably be better off with a new one get a quarterback but it did not start the new year in the way of the cult of sex once you start wow who is at quarterback Jordan love the twenty a twenty three like us to think about and what you will call me crazy we can visit any don't you Bridgewater Childress would be my choice to either one of those quarterbacks determinant of success in there doing the pager system one thing that bill Belichick values smart guys good decision makers that they can just play pass first point guard he will find a way to surround them with enough play makers to be able to get it done but I think the pages can get a cheaper model that is just as productive as Tom Brady was last year Bhagwan elsewhere as opposed to hang your head around what you do to us oh my gosh all right Gavin got re reading click that off good stuff Bucky Brooks all season enjoy all right holy cow okay we are gonna need to play that audio back did he say I think it's a done deal I I don't we're gonna have to listen back all right I'll talk about that in that in a minute thank you on Fox Sports radio tags are in Noida my rights sure tags on your own tags on a bed you can't read them all you'll get arrested course.

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Going Tennessee Jalen Reagan wide receiver from. TCU going to the packers Curtis Weaver Edge. rusher from Boise state going with the Kansas City chiefs and in the San Francisco Forty niners take. Aj to real quarterback from clips. I want to dig in on a couple of these guys. First of all De'andre Swift. I I like this This thinking I'm with you on the dolphins maybe trying to fix one side of the line. One side of the ball Instead of trying to spread out the resources actually I talked to Chris. greer about this at the senior bowl. Their general manager. I brought up that same topic I said when you look at this off season is there. You know you need a lot of things. There's some thought process to. Let's just focus on one area area and try and fix it or is it spreading your resources evenly across the board and Really insightful answer buck and said look we're GONNA look at the supply and the demand we're GonNa look at you know now where we think we can get value and if this is a draft you know where you feel like. You've got some depth in one position. Maybe they'll go in another position early knowing they can swing back and get that out of the position late so it wasn't so much. An offense defense driven is just really really honing in on value. And I think that makes sense. I think you to Miami Dolphins one. I think you have to light. Were Brian Floors has started to put in place. I think the coach at he's created they play hard for him They may not be the most talented team but I think they will give you everything they have for sixty minutes when I look look at this offense and I dig down look. They started to get some production room. devante Parker they have your psyche inside it tied in Running back there's a bit of a whole and so they need some explosiveness swift would give them. That still need to fix the offensive line. But you're right we've talked about in team. Building is better to build up aside. And let that side of the ball all Carey you while you build up the other side. So fastly if you're going to usher in a new quarterback well let's go ahead and get them to pieces so they all can grow together on their side and maybe in free create AC- you ask some older players on the other side of the ball that can sure that defense. We'll see how the elect to go but I do think is something that The Miami Dolphins are certainly considering a bill once out a team and a couple more thoughts. Jalen rigor can really fly there from. TCU He goes to the Green Bay. Packers I think the packers their loss in in the postseason. We discussed it buck more firepower. They've got to get some more weapons around Aaron Rodgers Rigor give him that. And then Curtis Weaver to the chiefs classic case bad body. Good player right just a little bit on the leashes old frame you're ever GonNa see but a little bit of a little a little fleshy. I'll use that word fleshy scouting term there but when you watch him come off the edge. He's got a little wiggle. He's got a great feel at the top of his Russia. A good finisher man. He's a very good player. Dj when you watch him. I mean he said the mountain in West record for sacks broke Jerry Hughes's ullmark Finished with thirty four and a half sacks during his time at Boise state and what I like about a man I love the motor. I love the first overstep quickness. He passes off the ball like a cat. And you're right. It is not the best body I mean. He's a little cookie doughy when you kind of watch him in the middle you have to Kinda ignored it and watched a player and we've talked about like the speed that you want to have his explosiveness off. The ball is a problem. He is very very disruptive and of late. Boise is produced some pretty Good Pros I'm a bank on him being a really really good proton well there you go you finished. Aj Terrell from clemson tall long athletic corner. you mentioned eventual successor. They're potentially to a guy like Richard Sherman. So I I like that. Pick book is an outstanding one point zero mock draft for Bucky Brooks. Well done a lot of work. Yeah I will leave US Liebscher opinion. Let us know what to make. Sure you love it out of here. The next time with the sticks yeah..

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"The move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. What's up everybody? Welcome to move the sticks presented by Digiorno stock up on Digiorno pizza for the big game. I guess we just call this That's a mock draft episode. It is what it is book. Everybody I used to I I they do. I feel like we've come around on mock drafts a little bit. Like maybe maybe when we were younger We could be a little more cranky about it and then eventually actually you get beat up enough times. Bucky just surrender. We've we've we've surrendered to the mock draft world guys. Have your wants and your desires out there. You love mock draft so what we do do we gotta we gotta give the people what they want. Here we'll give them what they want. I think the interesting thing about mock drafts there. A couple of different approaches that you can take to. You can take the approach that I think we were taught how to do it is. I'm going to approach this as if I was a Cincinnati bengals based on what I know about them who I think they will pick based on what we know I know about them. There are some people that approach a mock draft. If I was picking for them I would take this player. But it doesn't make it may not necessarily match how they traditionally operate and do things. So this mach one point for me I am using what traditionally has happened for these teams trying to pick pick players did fit what they've traditionally going after based on what we know about their GM. Hey coach and how. They're attempting to build your team. Absolutely I think that's the way you try and go about it. That's why I always laugh. People they try and get you upset when they criticize your mock draft. Hey I would do this kind of what I've heard and what I think they will do based off of their history. What they like what they don't like so with no further? Do here book. Let's jump in and the first two picks in your mock draft aft- Chalk Right. This is what we all expect. We've expected for quite some time now. The Cincinnati bengals picking one the Washington redskins picking to who you got them. Take so we're GONNA make it easy. This isn't Eddie. bingles take Joe Borough from Lsu. They get their franchise quarterback the guy who was. I mean. We'll call them a hometown hero. Because he's in close proximity the Where he grew up to Cincinnati the Cincinnati bengals are looking to upgrade to quarterback position? They want someone that can give them a little more spunk than any DODON. Joe Borough is got when you watch them play. Lsu You saw had that magical season as he led them to the National Championship when we've talked about him Quick decision maker more athletic the most people will give him credit for big game. moxie toughness all the intangibles that you look for. It just sounds like he is the right franchise quarterback for the Bengals. Yeah I'm with you and I when you heard. Zack Taylor talking about what. He wanted in his quarterback. He just said I just WANNA winner. Joe Joe Burton technically lose a game last year so I think that would go classify him as a winner what he's been able to accomplish and we've talked about getting the right system with the right pieces around him he can be special. I don't Oh necessarily you. Just drop Joe Borough anywhere any and he's going to elevate everybody else around but I think when you have some pieces in place he can take the whole group up to a very high level and I think they have some nice pieces in place is there in Cincinnati. And I do feel like he's right there for that team now. The redskins buck. There's look they did quarterback last year and Dwayne Haskins. Is there there any chance that they entertain doing what the Arizona Cardinals did and dip back into that water. Yeah I don't I don't think so maybe it's interesting. Conversation to Tugela Bovine. Low was healthy and ready to go. Maybe you have that conversation between de take to overdoing but I think this situation where you have a coach you has been the majority of his entire career playing defense. I think Ron Rivera is going to take a pass. rusher chase young from Ohio state. That is going to be as big and I think the reason why it works is when you look at this risk in defense they have some talented players on that side of the ball. They've really tried to invest in the front line but still missing kind of like what I would call it. That crown jaw rule on the defensive line. which is that got when you look at his length? His athleticism I think Ron Rivera could easily envision him being his version region of the Julius Peppers Daddy had at Carolina. And so you have to be able to knock down the past. We talked about the market positions in football quarterback left tackle. Pass rusher and corner. Well they need another pass rusher to go opposite Ryan Kerrigan. I'm GonNa go chase you know and I think he's the Best Defensive Lineman that we've seen come into the national football all the time. Yeah he's outstanding and I did. I got some grief because I use the term. He was a generational talent. Yeah and somebody push back on and rightfully we. So I I think because they said well look. They've just had the boys come out of Ohio. State the good as it gets in the National Football League right now you say generational talent I I said. Well there's a difference between generational player in a generational talent Both boys are phenomenal. Players Chase young bigger longer a a little more rangy little more athletic. So it's that's to me. What makes him a generational talent not to discount anything? Those guys have done and not necessarily even saying he's a better football player than those guys are. You just don't see guys like this. Come around very often. You don't see guys come around like this very often I think. Here's the distinction between chase young and the boys I I. I think there were times where even last year. Whatever when Bosa was healthy? I think you could look at the tape. It Bosa what your eyes are attracted to number two. Because he's long he's athletic he's disruptive disruptive and I know people talk about Oh in the biggest games. It seemed like he didn't do anything but he missed two games ahead. Sixteen and a half sacks. You just don't have that kind of Duchesne and you playing playing in a legit conference and look you and I've talked about sack reduction translating. I think when you look at chase young and The physical traits that he has to production that he he has demoted the intensity the intangibles. There's a lot to like about him. And I think if I'm willing to bank on a pass rusher popping at the next level I will make off that guy that can check off an lumber of boxes That you're looking for all right. We get to the number three. Pick here you've got the lion's gone with Jeffrey Ikuta. The corner from Ohio state My take on that real quick book on that decision. I think it's a train. These mock draft. I think that's a trade spot that could potentially slide back with teams coming up for quarterback There's some talk. Maybe they could be in the Justin. Herbert `art business with some rumors going around that that's who they they really like it that position but with Okuda you mentioned here in your little right up here you say. Detroit doesn't typically take corners day one but his game matches the lions scheme. It fills their biggest defensive. Need and I want to Echo that by saying Jeffrey Okuda to me. Comparison wise reminds me a lot of Stefan Gilmore Four. And that is the Bill Belichick Matt Patricia. That defensive scheme you see what they can do at those type of guys. I don't know there's much difference between a Kudos game and Westbound Gilmore has been at the NFL level. It's funny that you brought up another patriot. Because in my mind I said he kind of reminds me a little bit of derail rivas in terms of toughness physicality and I'm talking about the prime derail Ribas was really involved in the running game and doing those things when I look at a Khuda Okuda's exactly what I want in a corner. Not only does he have the ability to play in the passing game where can match people people. He's he's physically does all that stuff but his willingness to mix it up in the run game makes them total package. I believe he's different than Denzel. Award Marshon Lattimore more to me. He's the most complete of all of those guys may not be the most explosive but the most complete when you look at his tool set all right. How about Jed Rick Wills here number four to the giants? So here's the the thing David. Letterman has always ended affinity for Hog. Molly she likes big guys at the front. He wants to build his team in the trenches Which edrich wheels? I think he gives them. It's blocker to protect the young quarterback It there is some debate on which of these office of taxes that you would kind of select as number one because this is really a solid offensive tackle class. Because you have Andrew Thomas. You've got worse you have macabre back then you have all of these guys that bring different talents. I'm just saying that he's GonNa. We'll go with the blue collar. Rug Alameda wills isn't one for him. Yeah and and to me. It's interesting I heard talking to some folks at the senior bowl that are tied in with the with the giants organization. Station said do not sleep on wirth's from Iowa Dave gettleman special there he loves Worth so You have worse going a little bit later on in the top ten. We'll get him in a minute but just another name to keep an eye on. I I do. I feel in my bones. Knowing how they operate traditionally this is an offensive. Lineman help protect their young quarterback. Just a matter who it's going to be yes. It's just a matter trying to figure out which one fits for them. It's interesting that you bring up the Iowa and worse conversation because when you think about which schools typically typically produce guys? They play It reminds me of remember when Reagan took Brandon. Sheriff and everyone's like man. How can they take someone like that so early but a lot of it was because I was done a really good job of producing these technically sound players? That can come out and plug and play right away. Maybe a conversation that the giants Evan. Good thing for us. We have many more iterations. Mock drafted go through all right. Let's get to quarterback corner here because we've got dolphins chargers five and six two quarterbacks who you have gone wear so I got to go into the Miami Dolphins in then. I Have Justin Herbert going to the LA chargers. And I'm GonNa say the dolphins have always had own to To Wisconsin the guy kind of fits the profile. If you think all the way back to win Nick Nick. Sabin was not able to get the quarterback that he wanted when he was there which is drew brees when enemy dolphins may get a guy that has drew brees like traits. We've talked about quick. Quick release. Quick minded ball comes out. Does a great job of making things happen when he's surrounded with a supporting cast has some special qualities when it comes to his leadership skills. I think in Miami and what. They're doing what they're building. I think he would be a great fit there and there for the chargers just her and I must say Imam on I think just in Herbert. Herbert is maybe an unappreciated Top to your quarterback prospect and I must say that part of it is the way to play like he didn't play great as a junior and some of those big games and then as a senior for most of the it was kind of nondescript kind of pedestrian but the last two games that we saw him play The the PAC twelve championship game the rosebowl..

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Do targeted killings really work?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Do targeted killings really work?

"Few will mourn the passing of Abu Bucky al-Baghdadi leader of Islamic range in how wars are being fought the targeted killing of modern times understand it is the decision by a state military to direct deadly force not shooting down in one thousand nine forty three of the Japanese aircraft bearing marshal planned specifically to kill him today's targeted killings up unlike a planet away this is not likely to become less common do we people are sometimes cynical about why certain people are regarded it's has not for example targeted President Assad of Syria to counter that narrative and to sort of explain our point of view and why we're doing this the are they more like combatants in which case they can be taken out as though

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Climate change and mental health

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16:58 min | 1 year ago

Climate change and mental health

"Joining us to discuss the toll climate change could take on our mental physical health is Paul R. Bucky's professor emeritus of emergency medicine Stanford at the university Medical Center and also co author of enviro medics the impact of climate change on human health welcome professor about good to have you with us good morning Michael thank you good morning to you and we also want to welcome robin Cooper who's here with us in studio psychiatrist in private practice in San Francisco and co founder of climate psychiatry alliance welcome to the program thank you I'm glad to be here glad to have you with us here and Tucker about let me begin with you and let's begin by just talking about what we know generally at this point we know certainly that the extreme weather and sea level rise or really affecting all kinds of illnesses and creating all kinds of problems in our physical health sketch that out for us if you could the list of health related effects from climate change our is is enormous there are the obvious that you mentioned the heat waves the heat stress the extreme weather events floods hurricanes nine it cetera but there are many others that haven't come to the forefront yet like the migration of factors like mosquitoes and other creatures that cause communicable diseases that will move as the planet warms you have a superb mental health expert on the show with this which is terrific because there are profound mental health the facts and then all the issues related to lack of access to clean water migration of people food security the issue of increased allergic exposures the harmful algal blooms that we're seeing from microorganisms that are proliferating in the ocean and then the broader range of problems that will relate eventually to lack of bio diversity to the erosion of ecosystem services all the inter relationships and how it all winds in so it's quite an impressive list and an overwhelming listen anyway so we wanna staggered add just all the things that can result or they can be consequential from climate change and you mention mental health let's bring robin Cooper this one of the main things you find that you really need services to be aware of in terms of the affected impact on mental health problems well let me start first with just kind of alerting people climate change is a health emergency it's a mental health emergency and a health emergency and I think in regards to the mental health impacts people tend to think about the good that kind of things that you can easily relate to how traumatic the posttraumatic stress syndromes and depression when people lose huge amounts of things in their lives due to the enormous weather related to disasters so what we know about the wild fires what we know about floods what we know about the impact from hurricanes it some are the posttraumatic stress is enormous what I think is much much less understood are that there are profound behavioral thinking problem psychiatric problems that are specifically related just to heat extremes themselves to air pollution that people tend to think about air pollution as affecting their as my lung disease but it actually has a very specific attacks on the on the brain and pervasive this affects throughout the lifecycle so I think it's important just as our previous speakers spoke on that the mental health impacts are very diverse and very expensive and very serious one ought to add because they also include things like more aggression and violence you kind of alluded to this your intimated about it but it's definitely cause and effect were talking about that absolutely he extremes we all kind and this went in our colloquial language hot under the collar I am so angry my blood is boiling or the admonition Hey be cool man when we're really angry she actually but our scientific evidence supports this we really know that heat extreme heat impact aggression anger and make it much more difficult for people who are vulnerable to not being able to control their behavior to act on their aggression and anger that has very specific impacts for domestic violence for impacts on women and children and I'm very concerned about that robin cook again as a psychologist in private practice in San Francisco co founder of climate psychiatry alliance Paul about his professor emeritus of emergency medicine Stanford Medical Center and co author of enviro medics the impact of climate change on human health only go back to professor are back and just talk about since this was alluded to by robin Cooper the vulnerable populations who turned out to be well the most vulnerable as one would expect the greatest impact in fact on health and physical health is on poor people and on the youngest and the oldest but also on minority communities in on immigrants and homeless and disabled absolutely and that's been well studied and before I address that I'd just like to go back for second and just add to what robin said because there's a whole nother large overlay on this mental health issue which relates to socially disadvantaged populations which is this general increase in cultural anxiety all are feeling somewhat helpless in the face of this and having been a disaster respond or in the past you walk into really nasty situations and it can seem overwhelming and you can you can question your ability to do anything and I think we're facing that now a little bit and part of this because it's not necessarily a happy talk is to be real but to say there are absolutely things that we can do that might not have immediate effect but if we all pull together in unprecedented ways based on modern times and the political situation we can make progress and we can start to turn things around I don't want people to give up hope but what specifically you're talking about here because we need that help I think you're absolutely right bring it up here because you can get really down just thinking about what we're talking about well this is a this is a problem we can solve for if we have the will to solve for it it's not a zero sum game I think we have to start looking at the fact that we're going to need to make changes just with regard to the climate in how we approach our economic system some of the industries that we support and the changes that will have to make in the way that people live their lives in order to protect their men to reverse the degradation that were imposing on the planet and that takes a collective will it takes functional governments it takes citizen response it takes upon ourselves up now and realizing that we're in the biggest battle that we've ever faced this is uncharted territory so I'm not laying blame anywhere I'm saying okay we've got a problem now let's bring the best and brightest minds together and let's deal with it and as you said it affects disproportionately people who can't take care of themselves it's it's hard to argue with someone not to burn fuel in a kerosene stove when they need to do that to survive so we have to give people alternatives we have to be able to present people that are displaced with places to live in health care and hope and respect and all the social determinants of health that go into having a functioning properly oriented society in a big company and I think from you Dr Cooper's don't panic don't panic the chronicle put out a piece this weekend about panic let me just address and I can't agree more fully with the the comments that have already been made but let me go back to some of these distress and drums that I think we're all kind of preoccupied with now this kind of umbrella term it's a shorthand climate on the eco eggs ID climb in anxiety that's a shorthand term for lots and lots of big feelings and it is absolutely appropriate for us to have anxiety worry our brains are wired for us they have intense feelings when there are threats and this is a real threat in fact I learned a new term thanks to your research cell steadier this helps in certain terms about existential grief and psychic distress of people feel over well this concern over their homeland and environmental changes that have to do also with the child's psychological development those kind right this call without you it's a fancy word and it kind it relates to that intense distress but from this Dow Jones looking back on what used to be that intense grief when we experience the lack of ability to soothe ourselves from our environment in those soothing places that we use to get on a soulless from that's only one component and I think we're spear seem much more now people who are in a cute states of worry and anxiety as I said those are the feelings that alert us to do something when we're in danger the trouble is when the when the emotions are so big so into ends so overwhelming that we can't contain them into manageable ways to respond we also have brains that that can be planned full and strategic and that's really important to in gender that sense that there are things we can do and that we can make a difference in important ways both then sue the in these very very big feelings but I'm not also in the game of just let's feel good I want us to translate that big energy from big feelings factual effective action no I'm with you there is a good doctor about his many of our listeners are but he's from a mental health standpoint this can be overwhelming when you think about really what you're fit with what we're all facing here I mean in particular when you're thinking about well children in the future and when young people are thinking about their future and so forth it can be downright depressing and is for many people as you discover no doubt your practice absolutely I saw I'm sorry I see this in my practice I see this in my practice mostly when there's an intrusion from some awful event has that has just happened parents who came in a mom after the solutions to what you tell your patients and I want to go to professor about because I know he wants it here I mean some specific tools of people can have other than you know I can exercise my will I can do something and maybe compel yourself in that fashion toward action it's not what I tell my patients it's not that I tell my patients that's not my job as a psychotherapist my pet my job with a psychotherapist is to listen understand validate and help to them to contain their feelings so that they can translate that into effective ways to make a difference in behaviors in their lives and then the world's they live in we have the same okay it's the scope of psychotherapy we can help but psychotherapy isn't the place has since then has to come from them I understand that you are what you wanted in here well I'm I'm with that a hundred percent because I think I'm going to say it just a slightly different way and that is in my experience action is the is the overwhelming solution to the inner behaviors that we see when people get depressed it's getting about bad bad it's getting them to begin to engage in the activities of daily living and it's to find solutions through self help and through empowerment so this all comes to how do we begin to relate to each other and less polarizing fashion how do we get climate change to be a problem that we all are going to face through whatever means we have through our expertise through our government's it cetera the medical profession is starting to step up big time to support this we certainly need are governments to step up and begin to put aside their relentless differences and start to act in a functioning way to support the people that they were elected to support we need to integrate environmental responsibility into our own lives granted that won't have the same impact is reforming the fossil fuel industry but it gets everybody on the same page about the importance of it and I would say that the single most important factor is to take a personal responsibility for your fellow human beings it's really easy to step back and say it's not my problem but it is our problem no I think those are very good and an important and valuable sentiments the fact is so there's so much to we have no control over when we're talking about extreme events like hurricanes and floods and the effect that they have on people psychologically or the destruction that it causes and wreaks in people's lives these are things that the along with pollution and along with some of the other things we've touched upon here that we we don't have many things in our tool kits to to fight against a I think that's where it becomes so frustrating for many people and your thoughts doctor Cooper I actually don't see it that way I actually think will more stuck in it is so big all of the things that you've outlined that promotes a kind of psychological defensive retreat there's nothing I can do I might as well back off I actually don't think that's true I think that there are many many ways and I strongly I think they're both for managing our own feelings but also for the active involvement in the many many ways that collaboratively add up there is an incredible importance to fend off the kind of hopelessness you've outlined the offender and hurricane the psychological no but you can act and you can act in ways that are collaborative with other people the worst thing to do is to retreat into personal isolation the most healing thing to do is to engage with others in shared action I want to be brilliant a psychological intervention from our leader Nancy Pelosi don't agonize organize and there is a place for everyone to move with groups of people outside of that isolation in many ways to have contributions I think it's like viewing a puzzle and there are pieces of the puzzle that all add up together and they can go across the board Paul are back with the vice we're getting and I think it's on advice from robin Cooper about for example we have to worry about our nutrition because food is being affected by climate

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks walking sticks presented by New Era Bucky. We are going to continue on with our edge prototype podcast today. The prototype series spent a lot of fun in this one. I think's our best one oh I think it is best when we've talked about it here a couple position that we call the market positions in the team building process the edge rusher is essential. You talk about outside the quarterback maybe the most interesting it is is the edge rusher can affect the quarterback in the way that he plays and so being able to really do a deep dive into edge Russia's was separates some degrade ones from the others how how you kind of planet in place to become dominic edge rusher how you set it up where you made his splash plays and key moments. I can't wait to talk to the guys that we have McCoy trouble anti sack J._J.. Watt breaks.

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. Everybody. What's going on DJ Bucky here? Move the sticks. It is Super Bowl week biggest game of the year, which brings a lot of excitement book. But I gotta be honest with you kind of sad because this is the last ball game. We're gonna see for awhile last football game that we will see for awhile. But I'm excited to not only see this match because I think this matchup is very compelling. Sean McVeigh and Bill Belichick, but I'm also excited because now we really started out draft preparation preparations in earnest coming off the two all star games getting ready for the combine we're knee deep in the tape watching phase. And I think is going to lead to some interesting conversations as we continue to go forward. No-doubt looking forward to to all that the com- is not that far away. A lot of players to watch a of work to be done. But it is a fun time of year. We're going to we're going to do a little fun exercise here in a little bit buck. We're going to draft the rosters from the Super Bowl reach going to get ten pixel twenty picks total just in terms of picking them for this one game not drafting guys for the future. Developed. No, no, no, just which players would we want in this Super Bowl. So we're going to have a fun draft exercise. We're going to do and just a little bit. But I wanted to circle back real quick. First of all, if you if you missed any of the podcast that we did from the senior bowl out encourage you to go back and listen to them because there are some great interviews with players, you know, some of the top quarterbacks in the draft class that we're at the senior bowl, we've got a chance to sit down and visit with them as well as what I enjoyed the most was the conversation with these coaches, and I didn't get a chance to be a part of many of these interviews buck, but you and re did a wonderful job and talking with Davos Sweeney, and.

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks what's up everybody. DJ Bucky here on move the sticks. And the college football season has come to a close and buck that was a fireworks show for a Finnish. Yeah. Unbelievable. But this is exactly what you want to see you want to see the two best teams you want to see the best players play their best, and I won't say the Alabama played their best game. But man, I was thoroughly entertained by watching a bunch of guys that we know we will see on Sundays lot NFL players on that field. And I don't want to bury the lead. Here had a one game lead coming into the picks book. All you gotta do is finish you just gotta finish. And I picked Alabama went with Nick Sabin. And and thanks a lot Nick he them. And now we've got can't win for the nine hundred year in a row. Unbelievable. Yeah. I mean, it's just kind of a believable. Go ahead. You ask your head co-head jump on there. You can jump on there and patch yourself on the back there. But you want again you and sell shared the title. Good. It feels good to be a co champion one outright the first two years this year. I co champ would Solly we kind of do a little Nebraska Michigan. I'll say he's Michigan. I'm Nebraska because we know who would have won that game tonight. Ninety seven and overall. It's cool. You know, it's Clemson two and three years, and I'll say this even though I picked Clemson to win that game. None of us all twenty eight point just but up that was that was the supplies for tell the truth. Can't tell the truth. Because no matter who I picked you had to pick the opposite to have a chance to win. If you didn't have to would you have picked Clemson to win the game. Of course, you're full of it. You would have picked Alabama, of course, and writing I Clinton a buck. This was the thought first of all we'll get to the players here in a second. But this was overwriting thought I had we talked about this a little bit off air, man. I'm just watching and I know they're winning. So that a two different. But watching how happy and how much fun and just you want your kid, and you wanna go spend three or four years someplace in watching Clemson and saying, okay, we can play the highest level, and I can have all that fun or go to Alabama where even when you win. It's just it's just tense. I mean, I think what Phil Phil savage is book was what fourth and goal every day. That's the mindset their Alabama. Now, they've they've produced a lot of great NFL players as a young as a seventeen year old kid. You gotta go spend the next three years. And you know, you're going to win it either place. Why would you ever album over? Clemson. That's my question. You know, the funny thing I kind of break this up, and I think he can be broken down into three s fun family and future. You go to clips, and you're gonna have a lot of fun. They're gonna treat you like family and your future is going to be an opportunity to play into prose because you're surrounded by great do's, and they have quite a pipeline. I don't know why you wouldn't want to go to Clemson the way they have it rolling now. And from scouting standpoint. Like, I made this note observation when I looked at them on the field with Alabama. I I believe like there's only handful of teams that are what we call like those premier programs that have the elite guys where scouts are kind of the flocking to wash them..

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks what's up everybody. DJ Bucky back here on move the sticks right now, we'll a wild weekend playoff bite amok, man. I'm good. I'm good. You're the one that has been traveling all over to your your your frequent flyer. Well, if you'd be good news is after going through the chargers game against Baltimore is at this week. It's a shorter trip to New England. So. Anyways. Yeah. A lot of traveling. But I'm getting the good thing is for those. No, no, I do the radio for the charter. So I do the I fly with the team. And so they're comfortable aircraft. Nice set up their buck. I just watched. I watch college kids on the flights. Like, I'm getting a lot of like tape done. It's been productive from that standpoint. You know money. It's gotta keep mayo. Money's they're trying to create conversation be distraction. Like, hey, we're trying to we're trying to work either. We all have that sweet sweet radio money to fall back. Some work. But this are takeaway pot here. Bucky ready? We got eight right Kent. We're just gonna roll with our eight. Yeah. Exactly kind of do the winning team takeaways, and then we'll do the losing team takeaways as well auto works. All right. Let me do a starts off your buck. Yeah. Let's do it. Right. I one Bosa and Ingram dominated shotgun. Snap looking middle of the field under pressure. Fall is stripped sue. Diving there is a strong. It looks like the chargers may have it. We'll see Joxer ball soccer. Not bolts are going to win in Baltimore. And there is Matt money Smith on the call right after that play mentioned Melvin Ingram on if you saw it Bucky Chuck the ball into the upper deck. That's all. I literally nice ball is very ball. Anyways. They would they did in this game. Go back and watch the tape. They found something inside really specifically the left guard James. So you said it WALDO you said it, and then after I felt like I feel like obviously you work for the team. I feel like you're you're like the cat like the cat who ate the canary like all we you've You've been been sitting sitting there there like. like. Some extra DB's, whatever. And then I'm watching the game. And I'm sitting there lay. Ooh. There's a lot of speed on the field. Yeah. Four safeties force eighth. But not only the way they did it. They covered up the guards. They had Derwin James as like an outside linebacker to hit a two guys on the inside shot in the parking lot. And I'm sitting there like, whoa. And they were playing fast. And I think what happened. Obviously the best thing to happen. They got a little taste of it a couple of weeks ago. But I think not even about the scheme the physicality, and I think they turned it up. And I think that was the biggest surprise for Baltimore. Because in that first game, I feel I Baltimore kinda can mash them can ahead their way to move them off the ball. But in this game to charge his head. No parts of that. I was thinking of this from a political standpoint, I'm not I don't get into politics. But I hear this phrase mentioned all the time when when they're getting ready to run for office. And they'll say, well, you know, we don't wanna have just Bush light or that's Clinton light like go get somebody different. Oh to be a lesser version of this person. And I'm sitting here thinking for the charter standpoint like you're going bang with these guys like you want bang With with. these guys forget that. No, we're gonna put speed on. If you were going to beat these guys a spots overly its markets in their fight them. We're gonna run around them. And that's what they did. And I thought what was fascinated is how quick they get into gifts. They moved around. They were angling. They were stunned. You saw the athleticism Melvin Ingram Joey Bosa. But then we talked about to do all year Durban James's, a mosque is awesome..

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks, what's up, everybody, DJ and Rhett here for move. The sticks Bucky is out and about on the bowl circuit. And so we have the people you in the house. What's he's back with man? Glad to be back here. I tell you what you know, all the podcast. I listen to I love the ten takeaways, so I might just come in and sit down and listen, the permanent you could be the permanent. Ten takeaway TV you here we go. This is gosh, I always feel. It's a busy day by there's do you feel guilty? We just had seven hours of television coverage on what everybody calls black Monday. We just call. It the aftermath of the season our regular show, the aftermath is two hours seven hours of coverage. We have eight coaches that are without jobs, and I feel like we can't roll through it. We're talking about who the next guy is going to be what went wrong what went right? And then as somebody that grew up in a football family as you did. And haven't been in that world myself, you know, how many people this impacts with family. So I it's just always feel weird on a day. Like today, I've been on the our family has been on the wrong end of this day twice now once New Orleans and once in Washington, and and so that is not lost on me. And that's not lost on anybody that we sit at the round table with on the aftermath. And I think that's important to note on daylight today. Because I mean, I kind of emotional thinking about it and talking about it. And because it right? It's not just who's going to be coach for your team. It's like, where's this? Where's where's my? Son going to school where we going to have to move to the so many domino effects. No doubt. But we do have a lot to get to on. Our takeaway, we always do this each and every week the ten takeaway podcast. Normally it's based off what's taken place on the field. We've mixed this in a little bit though with some of the changes and turnover as well as what took place on the final weekend of NFL football. So I'll start off, and let's let's look to the future here. Because in my opinion, the Cleveland Browns job you heard me right is the.

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks, what's up, everybody, DJ and Rhett here for move. The sticks Bucky is out and about on the bowl circuit. And so we have the people you in the house. What's he's back with man? Glad to be back here. I tell you what you know, all the podcast. I listen to I love the ten takeaways, so I might just come in and sit down and listen, the permanent you could be the permanent. Ten takeaway TV you here we go. This is gosh, I always feel. It's a busy day by there's do you feel guilty? We just had seven hours of television coverage on what everybody calls black Monday. We just call. It the aftermath of the season our regular show, the aftermath is two hours seven hours of coverage. We have eight coaches that are without jobs, and I feel like we can't roll through it. We're talking about who the next guy is going to be what went wrong what went right? And then as somebody that grew up in a football family as you did. And haven't been in that world myself, you know, how many people this impacts with family. So I it's just always feel weird on a day. Like today, I've been on the our family has been on the wrong end of this day twice now once New Orleans and once in Washington, and and so that is not lost on me. And that's not lost on anybody that we sit at the round table with on the aftermath. And I think that's important to note on daylight today. Because I mean, I kind of emotional thinking about it and talking about it. And because it right? It's not just who's going to be coach for your team. It's like, where's this? Where's where's my? Son going to school where we going to have to move to the so many domino effects. No doubt. But we do have a lot to get to on. Our takeaway, we always do this each and every week the ten takeaway podcast. Normally it's based off what's taken place on the field. We've mixed this in a little bit though with some of the changes and turnover as well as what took place on the final weekend of NFL football. So I'll start off, and let's let's look to the future here. Because in my opinion, the Cleveland Browns job you heard me right is the.

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"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks, what's up everybody DJ Bucky here on a takeaway podcast from a what'd you say? Buck an interesting weekend of NFL football. I think it was a very interesting weekend. When you look at the match ups that we had we got a chance to come to separate the contenders. From the pretenders has more key matchups where we got to get an opportunity to see which teams are really built to go to the Super Bowl. Well, we're going to get into our ten takeaways here in just a second. But I do want to show you because this is a tweet that was just sent out. This is not on the on the run down here. But I just want to show you a tweet that was sent out. And you you tell me how you would interpret this tweet in and what it would mean here, you're ready for this. This is a tweet from Lamar Jackson. Who do thumbs up, dude? He said dude with two thumbs up. And I don't know everybody's they're going to there by week right now. I thought this would make sense with the ravens offense that has scuffling that you. Go ahead and say, hey, let's let's name him the starter. We're gonna get a crack at this. If he can save John Harbaugh job at team that needs to get into the postseason needs association promises is lost a couple of games in row. I don't know. That's just that's just the tweet that I just saw I could ain't nothing. You think it could mean? But John Harbaugh had some quotes after that game. That said we've got to find a way to get Lamar Jackson more involved and get more touches he was on the field for like thirteenth snaps book. So if you're gonna want them get more than thirteen snaps, then you can just make him the making the quarterback the writing was on the wall when Lamar Jackson was drafted at some point. Here's an opportunity to do it. And I know people thought we'd being crazy because we were saying, hey, man Lamar Jackson you don't draft together in the first round. And he doesn't play not in this time. By Pat, Mahomes is the only one that we can really think about in recent memory that said the. Oh year. The difference was Alex Smith last year played it if you love for about three fourths of the season held them off right now, Joe flacco has gone to come back to the pack. And I'm not saying all the ravens office of issues are on him. But unfortunately, the way it's looking when you have a first round pick a franchise quarterback. They're going to look to put him on the field kind of jump start the process. And so when you're sitting at wherever they're sitting formed for under five hundred right now five like it's an opportunity for them at the by week to maybe make a change. All right. Let's so let's get to our takeaways here..

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Federal Workers Brace for New Push on Trump Anti-Labor Goals

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

05:30 min | 3 years ago

Federal Workers Brace for New Push on Trump Anti-Labor Goals

"US President. Donald Trump has criticized the head of his country's largest labor organization Trump fired off a tweet on Monday targeting Richard Trumka president of the American federation of labor and congress of industrial organizations from ca said in an interview with Fox News on Sunday that the things Trump has done to hurt workers, outpace what he has done to help workers Trump responded by tweeting that some of the things Trumka said were so against the working men and women of our country and the success of the US itself that it is easy to see why unions are doing. So poorly Trump also tweeted, the US is respected. Again that was in response to White House, press secretary, Sarah Sanders, tweet stating that millions are working again. Thanks to Trump's policies. Trump's comments are drawing attention as the labor group is expected to influence the results of the midterm election in November. US President Trump says, President Bashar, al-assad of Syria must not recklessly attack it, live province. The comment comes as the Syrian government appears set to mount an all out offensive in the northwestern province, which is the largest opposition stronghold Trump tweeted on Monday that the Russians and rainiest would be making a grave humanitarian mistake to take part in this potential human tragedy. He wrote hundreds and thousands of people could be killed. Don't let that happen. The United States which supports the opposition is increasingly concerned. The Assad government and Russia may use chemical weapons in April. The US Britain and France launched a coordinated military strike against Syria over its suspected use of chemical weapons in August US, national security adviser. John Bolton said, if the Syrian regime uses chemical weapons, we will respond very strongly. People in Brazil have taken to the streets, protesting the loss of their national museum in a fire likely caused by poor maintenance of the facility. The historical museum building in Rio de Janeiro was gut it, and a large part of his collections were destroyed by the fire that broke out on Sunday firefighters could not put out the fire in time after outside. Hydrants did not work. The museum was founded in eighteen eighteen by the king of Portugal, Portugal was then Brazil's colonial overlord. It housed more than twenty million items of historic value, including mummified bodies of indigenous people, but many of them are now lost. The museum had suffered declining funding for years amid the country's economic hardship despite the fact that the need for repairs had repeatedly been pointed out local media report that the cause of the fire was likely to be an electrical fault resulting from the deterioration of of equipment in the museum people across the country. They are blaming the government for neglect of infrastructure and services in Rio de Janeiro about twenty five thousand people gathered for a demonstration shouting that the government should spend more money on education more than one thousand four hundred people have been killed across India after massive floods and landslides caused by torrential rains. India's interior ministry says that one thousand four hundred and fifty nine people and died as of Monday severe storms have been battering wide areas of the country since June in this other state of Kananga four hundred eighty eight people were killed after massive floods swept away homes and inundated villages. The state government described the flooding as the worst in a century infectious diseases have been spreading in the area due to deteriorating hygiene conditions, killing forty people so far. The union government has dispatched medical teams in the northern state of Utah prudish, two hundred and fifty. Six people were killed in massive floods, torrential rain. Inflicted damage. Intens dates, Indian military forces are conducting rescue operations and transporting relief supplies. Indian weather officials, say the rainfall for the entire country is close to the usual amount, but that it is concentrated in certain areas. They are calling on people to stay alert for downpours during the next week or so, Japanese period film Chitty Tabacchi or summarize promise has won the special grand prix of the jury at the Montreal film festival in Canada. The festival began on August twenty. Third prizes for the world. Competition were warded on Monday. The final day to Japanese films were in the competition cheats. Bucky directed by dissect Kimura and starring Junichi Okada depicts an Eto period someday who battles various conspiracies in his home feudal domain. It won the festival's second highest price. Japanese actor hito. She touchy won the best actor award for his work in what for life in overtime. Directed by Hideo touchy plays a man struggling to find his place after retirement to Japanese films have previously won the grand prize in Montreal. Now, guy sample or a long walk directed by Asia Okuda won the prize in two thousand six. Oh, could he be four departures by eulogy to touch the one in two thousand eight? And that was the news from radio Japan of the NHK world. Japan network. I'm Erica Kajima and I'm keeping fallen. Please stay tuned.

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The US deported hundreds of parents without their kids. Should those parents be brought back?

BBC World Service

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

The US deported hundreds of parents without their kids. Should those parents be brought back?

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