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2022 NFL Draft Picks With Coach Chan Gailey
"On the clock. Number one again. Second year in a row. What are they going to have? Everything. I mean, seriously. Would you be asking for a trade? No. I think that quarterbacks in general have a certain level of cockiness that they need, and they thank a just get us a little bit. We can go in. And you need that kind of guy that believes in himself so much that he thinks he can take the team and get to where it needs to get to, like a Joe burrow. Joe, I mean, he's got some players around him. Just happened this past year that they got it all together. But it can happen in a short period of time that you can put together some people via free agency and draft and get what you need. To make the next step. But I think everybody would be shocked if they didn't take 8 and hutchison and I could see him taking Ed and Neil from Alabama as offensive tackle to help. Right. Because they do have Trevor Lawrence and they want to protect him. But whatever they're playing is do it. You know, don't just get enamored as you said. Don't get the shiny object out there and what just because the pundits say are going to say, God, what a stupid pick that was. If you don't pick the guy, they think you should be. Or make sure that you pick the guy you believe is going to be the best for your team. Well, always
Kupp's late TD lifts Rams over Bengals 23-20 in Super Bowl
"Cooper Kupp caught a one yard touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford with a minute twenty five remaining to give the rams a thrilling twenty three to twenty win over the Bengals in Superbowl fifty six Cup had two scoring receptions on the day and was voted the game's MVP thirteen awards you don't at receiver you don't your initially successful receiver without all the other ten guys on the field doing their job so each of each of those guys that step on the field just so incredibly thankful for them Stafford finished with three touchdown passes and Aaron Donald lady rams defense that sacked Joe burrow a Super Bowl record tying seven times mark Myers Inglewood California
Burrow's scrambling helps Bengals reach Super Bowl
"The Cincinnati Bengals may be considered underdogs in Super Bowl fifty six but they're not backing down from the talent laden Los Angeles rams any key to victory for Cincinnati involves limiting L. as extensive weapons on offense defensive end Trey Hendrickson says if everyone does their job on defense the high powered rams can be contained one weekly keys to victory is making a team one dimensional and then getting after the quarterback so that'll come with those challenges every week does but I have a lot of faith in our defensive line and linebackers to stop the running back and put a cap on it so that we can get after the quarterback early an often thankless linebacker Logan Wilson currently leads all postseason players with thirty tackles Anderson was fifth in the NFL fourteen sacks during the regular season German takeover Los Angeles
Super gear for Cincinnati Bengals fans before the Super Bowl
"The the the the underdog underdog underdog underdog Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals are are are are ready ready ready ready for for for for the the the the challenges challenges challenges challenges they they they they take take take take on on on on the the the the NFC NFC NFC NFC champion champion champion champion Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles rams rams rams rams on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday in in in in Super Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl Bowl fifty fifty fifty fifty six six six six after after after after barely barely barely barely earning earning earning earning the the the the AFC AFC AFC AFC north north north north division division division division title title title title going going going going ten ten ten ten seven seven seven seven during during during during the the the the regular regular regular regular season season season season Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati won won won won all all all all three three three three of of of of its its its its playoff playoff playoff playoff games games games games by by by by a a a a combined combined combined combined total total total total of of of of just just just just thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen points points points points and and and and things things things things are are are are gonna gonna gonna gonna get get get get any any any any easier easier easier easier as as as as Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles not not not not only only only only boasts boasts boasts boasts a a a a star star star star laden laden laden laden roster roster roster roster but but but but they'll they'll they'll they'll be be be be playing playing playing playing on on on on their their their their home home home home field field field field it it it it says says says says that that that that he he he he went went went went on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday quarterback quarterback quarterback quarterback Joe Joe Joe Joe burrow burrow burrow burrow will will will will become become become become just just just just the the the the third third third third starting starting starting starting quarterback quarterback quarterback quarterback to to to to one one one one instead instead instead instead of of of of late late late late national national national national championships championships championships championships and and and and the the the the Super Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl Bowl I'm I'm I'm I'm German German German German takeover takeover takeover takeover the the the the underdog underdog underdog underdog Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals are are are are ready ready ready ready for for for for the the the the challenges challenges challenges challenges they they they they take take take take on on on on the the the the NFC NFC NFC NFC champion champion champion champion Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles rams rams rams rams on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday in in in in Super Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl Bowl fifty fifty fifty fifty six six six six after after after after barely barely barely barely earning earning earning earning the the the the AFC AFC AFC AFC north north north north division division division division title title title title going going going going ten ten ten ten seven seven seven seven during during during during the the the the regular regular regular regular season season season season Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati won won won won all all all all three three three three of of of of its its its its playoff playoff playoff playoff games games games games by by by by a a a a combined combined combined combined total total total total of of of of just just just just thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen points points points points and and and and
Bengals fans celebrate long-awaited Super Bowl appearance
"In in in in mid mid mid mid December December December December the the the the Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals were were were were seven seven seven seven and and and and six six six six and and and and in in in in danger danger danger danger of of of of missing missing missing missing the the the the playoffs playoffs playoffs playoffs now now now now in in in in mid mid mid mid February February February February they're they're they're they're playing playing playing playing in in in in their their their their first first first first Super Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl Bowl since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty eight eight eight eight between between between between that that that that last last last last appearance appearance appearance appearance on on on on football's football's football's football's biggest biggest biggest biggest stage stage stage stage and and and and January January January January twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one the the the the Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals franchise franchise franchise franchise played played played played the the the the grand grand grand grand total total total total of of of of nine nine nine nine playoff playoff playoff playoff games games games games winning winning winning winning just just just just one one one one quarterback quarterback quarterback quarterback Joe Joe Joe Joe burrow burrow burrow burrow says says says says his his his his team team team team pays pays pays pays zero zero zero zero attention attention attention attention to to to to historical historical historical historical stats stats stats stats like like like like that that that that honestly honestly honestly honestly we've we've we've we've never never never never even even even even spoken spoken spoken about about about the the the the the the playoff playoff playoff drought drought drought once once once we we we get get get Marillion Marillion Marillion number number number historical historical historical significance significance significance of of of of of of what what what we're we're we're doing doing doing we're we're we're just just just out out out there there there playing playing playing football football football and and and I'm I'm I'm getting getting getting better better better while while while we're we're we're doing doing doing it it it this this this post post post season season season however however however the the the three three three of of of them them them will will will take take take on on on the the the Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles rams rams rams in in in Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl fifty fifty fifty six six six hi hi hi Jeremy Jeremy Jeremy cake cake cake over over over
Mike Gallagher: The NFL Did a Deal With the Devil for Great Playoff Games
"I know Bengals fans are still on a natural high after Joe burrow led the team aided by incredible defensive performance by the Bengals to a huge huge shocking win. The Bengals going to the Super Bowl. Nobody's going to really care 'cause it's the Bengals and the rams. I kind of care because I love the story of the Bengals, so we'll see if they become Super Bowl champs. I think the NFL did a deal with the devil to have all of these just Hollywood epic style games throughout the playoffs. Every one of them have been good. Every last
Bengals top Chiefs 27-24 in OT to clinch Super Bowl trip
"Evan Evan Evan Evan McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson of of of of the the the the Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals kicked kicked kicked kicked the the the the game game game game winning winning winning winning field field field field goal goal goal goal from from from from thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one yards yards yards yards out out out out in in in in overtime overtime overtime overtime for for for for the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four victory victory victory victory over over over over the the the the Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas City City City City Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals quarterback quarterback quarterback quarterback Joe Joe Joe Joe burrow burrow burrow burrow threw threw threw threw two two two two TD TD TD TD passes passes passes passes but but but but kept kept kept kept drives drives drives drives alive alive alive alive in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half with with with with some some some some critical critical critical critical running running running running plays plays plays plays I I I I knew knew knew knew that that that that coming coming coming coming in in in in I I I didn't didn't didn't really really really run run run a a a lot lot lot against against against in in in the the the first first first game game game no no no didn't didn't didn't really really really extend extend extend a a a lot lot lot of of of plays plays plays so so so I I I think think think going going going in in in I I I I I I kind kind kind of of of expected expected expected them them them to to to you you you know know know not not not really really really count count count for for for that that that the the the Bengals Bengals Bengals trail trail trail twenty twenty twenty one one one three three three in in in the the the first first first half half half but but but kept kept kept the the the chiefs chiefs chiefs out out out of of of the the the end end end zone zone zone for for for the the the rest rest rest of of of the the the game game game Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati is is is advance advance advance to to to the the the Superbowl Superbowl Superbowl for for for the the the third third third time time time in in in its its its history history history Greg Greg Greg Ackland Ackland Ackland Kansas Kansas Kansas city city city
McPherson FG as time expires lifts Bengals past Titans 19-16
"The the the the Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals won won won won a a a a playoff playoff playoff playoff game game game game on on on on the the the the road road road road for for for for the the the the first first first first time time time time in in in in franchise franchise franchise franchise history history history history beating beating beating beating the the the the top top top top seeded seeded seeded seeded Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans Titans Titans nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen rookie rookie rookie rookie kicker kicker kicker kicker Evan Evan Evan Evan McPherson McPherson McPherson McPherson made made made made a a a a fifty fifty fifty fifty two two two two yard yard yard yard field field field field goal goal goal goal as as as as time time time time expired expired expired expired to to to to put put put put the the the the Bengals Bengals Bengals Bengals in in in in the the the the AFC AFC AFC AFC championship championship championship championship game game game game for for for for the the the the first first first first time time time time since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty eight eight eight eight it's it's it's it's my my my my job job job job to to to to stay stay stay stay cool cool cool cool calm calm calm calm and and and and collected collected collected collected and and and and in in in in moments moments moments moments like like like like those those those those and and and and I'm I'm I'm I'm just just just just so so so so happy happy happy happy that that that that you you you you know know know know my my my my team team team team put put put put me me me me in in in in position position position position to to to to succeed succeed succeed succeed and and and and you you you you know know know know give give give give me me me me the the the the opportunity opportunity opportunity opportunity to to to to win win win win the the the the game game game game thanks thanks thanks thanks quarterback quarterback quarterback quarterback Joe Joe Joe Joe burrow burrow burrow burrow went went went went twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight of of of of thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven three three three three hundred hundred hundred hundred forty forty forty forty eight eight eight eight yards yards yards yards but but but but the the the the Titans Titans Titans Titans defense defense defense defense kept kept kept kept them them them them out out out out of of of of the the the the end end end end zone zone zone zone they they they they also also also also second second second second nine nine nine nine times times times times tying tying tying tying an an an an NFL NFL NFL NFL postseason postseason postseason postseason record record record record but but but but it it it it wasn't wasn't wasn't wasn't enough enough enough enough for for for for Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee as as as as quarterback quarterback quarterback quarterback Ryan Ryan Ryan Ryan Tannehill Tannehill Tannehill Tannehill threw threw threw threw three three three three interceptions interceptions interceptions interceptions the the the the last last last last one one one one coming coming coming coming in in in in the the the the final final final final minutes minutes minutes minutes gently gently gently gently take take take take over over over over Nashville Nashville Nashville Nashville
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster at at the the extended extended NFL NFL wildcard wildcard weekend weekend opened opened up up on on Saturday Saturday with with two two games games we we begin begin in in Cincinnati Cincinnati with with mark mark Myers Myers reporting reporting Cincinnati Cincinnati finally finally won won a a playoff playoff game game twenty twenty six six nineteen nineteen over over Las Las Vegas Vegas sending sending a a thirty thirty one one year year drought drought Joe Joe burrow burrow threw threw for for two two touchdowns touchdowns six six sorry sorry for for the the city city for for the the state state but but you you know know we're we're we're we're not not gonna gonna do do on on that that we're we're moving moving forward forward we're we're ready ready however however we we got got planned planned next next will will be be ready ready to to go go and and execute execute the the game game plan plan the the second second year year quarterback quarterback connected connected on on scoring scoring strikes strikes to to CJ CJ use use alma alma and and Tyler Tyler Boyd Boyd and and Evan Evan McPherson McPherson was was good good on on all all four four field field goal goal tries tries and and we we moved moved further further east east now now to to New New York York state state with with Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie filling filling us us in in on on buffalo buffalo and and New New England England Josh Josh Allen Allen and and the the bills bills have have advanced advanced to to the the AFC AFC divisional divisional round round by by blasting blasting the the patriots patriots forty forty seven seven seventeen seventeen Allen Allen set set a a team team playoff playoff record record with with five five touchdown touchdown passes passes to to to to Dawson Dawson Knox Knox Allen Allen was was twenty twenty one one of of twenty twenty five five for for three three hundred hundred eighty eighty yards yards for for the the bills bills who who scored scored on on each each of of their their seven seven possessions possessions it it didn't didn't end end with with the the kneel kneel down down Devin Devin Singletary Singletary ran ran for for two two touchdowns touchdowns in in the the first first half half for for buffalo buffalo that's that's QB QB Matt Matt Jones Jones struggled struggled in in finishing finishing twenty twenty four four of of thirty thirty eight eight for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty two two yards yards with with two two touchdowns touchdowns and and two two interceptions interceptions on on the the ferry ferry three three more more wild wild card card games games coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday to to the the NBA NBA Joel Joel Embiid Embiid with with thirty thirty two two points points in in Philadelphia's Philadelphia's one one oh oh two two ninety ninety eight eight victory victory over over Miami Miami we we need need a a body body we we have have to to be be com com perfect perfect and and tonight tonight you you know know I I was was imperfect imperfect but but you you know know that that showed showed up up and and there there were were the the perfect perfect elsewhere elsewhere Brooklyn Brooklyn beat beat New New Orleans Orleans but but Kevin Kevin Durant Durant left left with with a a knee knee injury injury with with an an MRI MRI coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday on on the the college college level level number number one one went went down down for for the the second second time time this this week week as as Baylor Baylor lost lost at at home home to to Oklahoma Oklahoma state state sixty sixty one one fifty fifty four four elsewhere elsewhere number number two two Gonzaga Gonzaga three three UCLA UCLA and and for for Auburn Auburn all all victorious victorious and and Joe Joe B. B. hall hall who who won won titles titles as as both both a a player player and and a a coach coach at at Kentucky Kentucky he he passed passed away away at at the the age age of of ninety ninety three three I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster AP AP sports sports
Bengals hold on, finally win in playoffs, 26-19 over Raiders
"Cincinnati Cincinnati finally finally won won a a playoff playoff game game twenty twenty six six nineteen nineteen over over Las Las Vegas Vegas sending sending a a thirty thirty one one year year drought drought Joe Joe burrow burrow threw threw for for two two touchdowns touchdowns that's that's exciting exciting six six sorry sorry for for the the city city for for the the state state but but you you know know we're we're we're we're not not gonna gonna do do on on that that we're we're moving moving forward forward we're we're ready ready however however we we got got planned planned next next will will be be ready ready to to go go and and execute execute the the game game plan plan the the second second year year quarterback quarterback connected connected on on scoring scoring strikes strikes to to CJ CJ use use alma alma and and Tyler Tyler Boyd Boyd and and Evan Evan McPherson McPherson was was good good on on all all four four field field goal goal tries tries Derek Derek Carr Carr passed passed for for three three hundred hundred ten ten yards yards with with a a touchdown touchdown but but he he was was intercepted intercepted in in the the game's game's final final seconds seconds deep deep in in Bengals Bengals territory territory ending ending any any chances chances of of a a raiders raiders come come back back I I am am mark mark Myers Myers
Bengals rally past Chiefs 34-31, clinch AFC North title
"Evan Evan McPherson McPherson kick kick the the deciding deciding twenty twenty yard yard field field goal goal as as time time ran ran out out four four thirty thirty four four thirty thirty one one Bengals Bengals victory victory over over the the AFC AFC west west champion champion chiefs chiefs Cincinnati Cincinnati battled battled back back from from a a first first half half deficit deficit with with quarterback quarterback Joe Joe burrow burrow and and wide wide receiver receiver jamarr jamarr chase chase turning turning in in record record shattering shattering performances performances borough borough throwing throwing for for four four hundred hundred and and sixty sixty six six yards yards and and four four touchdowns touchdowns three three of of those those to to chase chase who who had had an an NFL NFL rookie rookie record record two two hundred hundred and and sixty sixty six six yards yards receiving receiving J. J. says says he he in in borough borough have have developed developed a a good good working working relationship relationship banking banking system system with with a a quarterback quarterback McShay McShay on on right right time time I'm I'm always always tell tell a a joke joke you you know know if if you you can can pressure pressure too too fast fast and and I I got got a a certain certain route route you you know know give give me me something something else else like like a a quicken quicken it it up up for for you you the the loss loss snapped snapped Kansas Kansas city's city's eight eight game game winning winning streak streak as as it it fell fell behind behind Tennessee Tennessee for for the the top top seed seed in in the the AFC AFC playoff playoff field field I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Tom Tom Mariam Mariam week week sixteen sixteen of of the the NFL NFL season season featured featured three three teams teams clinching clinching division division titles titles the the Buccaneers Buccaneers beat beat the the Panthers Panthers to to win win the the NFC NFC south south something something they they did did not not do do well well winning winning the the Super Super Bowl Bowl last last season season their their Super Super Bowl Bowl opponents opponents the the chiefs chiefs when when their their six six straight straight AFC AFC west west title title by by bouncing bouncing down down the the Steelers Steelers the the cowboys cowboys are are NFC NFC champs champs of of the the embarrassing embarrassing Washington Washington Sunday Sunday night night the the Bengals Bengals and and bills bills one one showdown showdown for for first first place place in in their their divisions divisions on on Sunday Sunday Joe Joe burrow burrow threw threw for for five five hundred hundred twenty twenty five five yards yards and and four four touchdowns touchdowns at at Cincinnati Cincinnati rather rather Baltimore Baltimore forty forty one one twenty twenty one one to to take take over over the the top top spot spot in in the the AFC AFC north north buffalo buffalo is is now now tied tied atop atop the the AFC AFC east east with with New New England England after after convincing convincing thirty thirty three three twenty twenty one one win win in in Foxboro Foxboro college college football football will will have have at at least least two two fewer fewer bowl bowl games games this this year year the the Fenway Fenway bowling bowling military military ball ball were were both both cancelled cancelled due due to to cope cope without without breaks breaks on on the the participating participating teams teams covet covet has has reduced reduced player player availability availability in in the the NBA NBA but but eight eight games games are are played played Sunday Sunday night night highlighted highlighted by by the the nuggets nuggets beating beating the the clippers clippers in in LA LA I'm I'm Tom Tom merry merry M. M. A. A. P. P. sports sports
5 takeaways from Ravens’ 41-21 loss to Bengals
"The the Bengals Bengals top top the the AFC AFC north north at at nine nine eight eight six six following following an an outstanding outstanding performance performance by by Joe Joe burrow burrow into into forty forty one one twenty twenty one one throttling throttling of of the the ravens ravens burrow burrow through through for for a a team team record record five five hundred hundred twenty twenty five five yards yards completing completing thirty thirty seven seven of of forty forty six six for for four four touchdowns touchdowns I I think think it it means means a a lot lot to to the the whole whole team team now now it's it's not not just just a a reflection reflection of of me me is is a a reflection reflection of of the the offensive offensive line line the the receivers receivers coaching coaching staff staff and and and and how how
Garoppolo throws 12-yard TD as 49ers beat Bengals in OT
"Jimmy Jimmy Garoppolo's Garoppolo's threw threw a a twelve twelve yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass in in overtime overtime to to send send the the forty forty Niners Niners past past the the Bengals Bengals twenty twenty six six twenty twenty three three cups cups and and styling styling we've we've been been in in a a situation situation before before no no one one blinked blinked it it was was a a calm calm feeling feeling on on the the sideline sideline you you get get can can you you kind kind of of feel feel the the presence presence of of everyone everyone and and never never was was you you know know I'm I'm ready ready for for that that moment moment Evan Evan McPherson McPherson had had a a forty forty one one yard yard field field goal goal on on the the opening opening possession possession of of O. O. T. T. giving giving the the seven seven and and six six bangles bangles a a brief brief lead lead their their first first of of the the day day Joe Joe Berle Berle found found jamarr jamarr chase chase for for two two fourth fourth quarter quarter touchdowns touchdowns to to claw claw back back from from a a twenty twenty six six deficit deficit and and tie tie the the game game with with one one nineteen nineteen laughed laughed burrow burrow through through for for three three hundred hundred forty forty eight eight yards yards Karabo Karabo to to ninety ninety six six the the Bengals Bengals remain remain one one game game off off the the AFC AFC north north lead lead the the Niners Niners are are now now in in playoff playoff position position at at seven seven six six I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Chuck Chuck Freeman Freeman the the Milwaukee Milwaukee Bucks Bucks winners winners of of ten ten of of eleven eleven were were cooled cooled off off by by the the Miami Miami Heat Heat one one thirteen thirteen one one oh oh four four the the heat heat were were explosive explosive from from the the three three point point line line where where they they buried buried a a franchise franchise tying tying twenty twenty two two three three pointers pointers Houston Houston Rockets Rockets beat beat the the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh four four to to win win their their seventh seventh in in a a row row Cleveland Cleveland Cavaliers Cavaliers role role by by the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls one one fifteen fifteen ninety ninety two two the the bulls bulls played played their their second second straight straight game game without without leading leading scorer scorer demarre demarre Rosen Rosen NFL NFL notes notes Green Green Bay Bay Packers Packers quarterback quarterback Aaron Aaron Rodgers Rodgers says says he he will will play play on on Sunday Sunday but but did did not not practice practice as as he he recovers recovers from from a a toe toe injury injury Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals Bengals quarterback quarterback Joe Joe burrow burrow says says he'll he'll play play as as well well despite despite an an injury injury on on his his throwing throwing hand hand college college football football Fresno Fresno state state has has retired retired Jeff Jeff Tedford Tedford as as its its coach coach in in golf golf Tiger Tiger Woods Woods is is returning returning next next week week after after a a brutal brutal accident accident ten ten months months ago ago he he will will compete compete with with the the sun sun in in the the PNC PNC championship championship NHL NHL the the Colorado Colorado Avalanche Avalanche used used a a five five goal goal second second period period to to beat beat the the New New York York Rangers Rangers seven seven to to three three in in tennis tennis Serena Serena Williams Williams says says she she will will not not play play in in the the Australian Australian Open Open following following advice advice for for her her medical medical team team Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports
Mixon runs for career-high 165 yards, Bengals crush Steelers
"The Bengals have swept their season series with the Steelers for the first time since twenty oh nine winning forty one ten behind Joe Mixon Joe burrow and a strong defense Nixon rushed for a career high one hundred sixty five yards and two touchdowns burrow threw for a touchdown and scrambled for another as the seven four Bengals dropped the Steelers to five five in one coming down the stretch I think we really hit our stride so we gotta keep having great great great weeks of practice and I think we have the guys that are are excited about we're wrapping not satisfied Cincinnati scored on its first four drives and former Steeler Mike Hilton returned to Ben Roethlisberger pass for a twenty four yard touchdown late in the first half Roethlisberger was picked off twice and sacked twice finishing with two hundred sixty three yards I'm Dave Ferrie
Browns close chaotic week by dumping Burrow, Bengals 41-16
"Denzel ward's early ninety nine yard interception return for a touchdown ignited the Browns forty one sixteen pounding the Bengals as a great team defense guys get pressure on the quarterback of borough he end up gonna ball out I was able to step in front of it and I'll go the other way with a team is a great job blocking and give me incidents on Baker Mayfield threw for two scores in Nick Chubb ran for one hundred thirty seven yards as Cleveland racked up the same point total it mustard in its three previous games combined may feel connected with Donovan peoples Jones on a sixty yard TD pass in the first half and an eighteen yarder to David and Joe coup in the fourth Joe burrow was twenty eight of forty for two hundred eighty two yards and two picks in the Bengals second straight loss it's a blowout win at Baltimore both teams are fighting for I'm Dave Ferrie
White steps in, leads Jets to wild 34-31 win over Bengals
"The Bengals wasted a thirty one twenty lead in the fourth quarter of a thirty four thirty one loss to the lowly jets Mike white threw for four hundred five yards and three touchdowns in his first NFL start and he caught a two point conversion pass on the go ahead score white overcame two early interceptions to complete thirty seven passes we have to be a twenty yard throw to start the game so it helps get the offense in a rhythm it helps the guys kind of calm down and and and things of that nature he's also the first jets quarterback to throw for four hundred yards is Vinny Testaverde on Christmas day two thousand shekel awesome came up with the jets first interception of the season to set up the go ahead score Joe burrow threw for two hundred fifty nine yards and three TV's on the ferry
"burrows" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
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"burrows" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Three jays headlining the tour. For the three days we could have been opening in for gene. That's funny was there. You guys were close to detroit to motown any influence in your Were you've been listening to at that. Time is so as a young kid. we were inundated Being from lasalle which is just a small community. Where i live for. I am right now. small community outside of windsor and it was very small back then But detroit is you know rock and roll city like kiss really nailed it when they were talking about detroit rock city because when we were growing up there was literally four. Q one of seven's in in detroit and it was just. It was everything. We all carry these little cards that standard that that said on it which was detroit rockers against all bisco and it was from radio station and they literally burn disco records in detroit tigers stadium. I don't know if you remember that but if you can look it up and you'll see it. Oh that was elected to go to a ball game. They did that was. Yeah yeah it was crazy. So i mean we grew up the top. Five hundred to one thousand rock songs ever right. So you're zeppelin's your pink. Floyd's your stones all of that. Once we got to high school mind you. They had a very good Public radio station. Wd et and that's where we really started to get into things that had more melodies. I mean we loved our zeppelin because the acoustic meets the electric the beatles. Of course things like that but it. It just lacked a lot of melody with the other types of band. So i don't want to throw anyone under the bus but that that classic rocker what we call classic rock now just didn't have enough. I guess i can say now Melody or or interesting. Vocalise ations type of melody. You know what i mean whereas the new ways of it was. It was very theatrical. It was very. I mean you could go. I mean take your pick and go from you. Know dr stuff flaked suzanne the band cheeser cure to lighter. Fluffier stuff like back. Not even lighter and fluffier. It's you know like your furs in your your your body man and water boys kinda yes. Sure yeah the water. It's much more melodic. That's kind of where where we kind of ended up as a kid as kids in high school. our Our sets that we were trying to sell to these dances other high schools literally went from like led zeppelin to the jam to the who to the people didn't know there so and so the music of the suspects at the time did reflect. What you guys are listening to know we were. We were primarily beatles more. Poppy rock stuff like journey things like that. I was literally in grades. Seven jefferson grades six out. Yeah so it was we were. We were quite quite young but I believe jeff's father in..
"burrows" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"The jam any and all new wave stuff. That was that was well played. Do you know what i mean. Like the gradually players in the band so and we actually had the opportunity with newer three times in australia on festival. Circuits and such so It was super easy. We we we jam. That's all the time like some checks and stuff so so you had previously so like it was something that you guys ready to play that in iceland. Sure and i know when you did. I know the the hat on right now. I know you gave a shadow to few charities or charities but organizations supporting conquer coleman we were. We were both very involved with that. So thank you for supporting a year ago and thank you know. It's it's it's really you know to me it. It dovetails into the first thing that i really wanted to get into with you. You know with with conquer covid. We've shifted to supporting right now. Call anti the indigenous helpline in toronto as well as mohammed funke's and and amber max frontline food initiative. You're a big supporter like you do. The the ride for father's day for prostate cancer. Which again my dad's a twenty year survivors. So thank you can you. Can you talk about the importance to you of supporting charities. Because you're you're you're auctions. You're all over the place man. Yeah yeah. I became really. I guess the ban became really involved. I'll give you the the quick saddam's but the the band became really involved with our manager. Steve hoffman who had subsequently passed away from cancer and he was very well known in toronto but he he had taught us once. Transmission came out and he was with Esera management he. He kinda showed us the way. Like you should be grateful and you should be very thankful and i always was but you don't you don't put anything towards it. I'm always been very stateful. I've always been very grateful but need to kind of show it and that really stuck with me. And when he passed away he was such. This dude was jam. Everyone within the industry from cardis country artists rock artists artists. Everybody loved steve Ability talent guys loves the. Everybody loves and really really stuck with me so for as soon as he had passed. The first thing i did was raise. Money for this Palliative care sort of room rejuvenation project that happens in windsor called transition veterans. And that's the way they started. They would rejuvenate these rooms to make them like hardwood floors and then they would create a kitchen very much like in toronto. But you don't have them in smaller towns. Where when the family comes to visit. There's nowhere normally for them to go. But now they have this kitchenette in in common. They can talk to each other before. They're visiting a family member or the friend who's who's hospitalized. So that was the first thing i did and it really stuck with me and You know from from there. I just thought you know. If i'm off and i've been afforded this this great opportunity you know..
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"Loving all right. Sir question absorbed. that's cool. that's what she just. We were out walking wherever were hiding out in the man toolan right now. She's beautiful so we get to. She's doing remote learning so soon as spelling. We thank you. Thank you. And i appreciate her. All of her workers out of us i will. i will. yeah. We're walking today before the rain started. And she noticing some of the birds and that's when she had a hold on a second. If danny's got that you got ask jeff this anyway So a question that we'd like to ask people before we wrap it up because were coming up to our time here is is. What's in your earbuds lately. What are you listening to. That people should check it out I don't sound like a jerk. But i'm listening to my son's band which is called. Tempt t. m. p. t. or new york city when i'm running. I'm listening to bring the horizon which is not a new band but Very heavy back in the day become more pop rock electro now and honestly a huge supporter of our local music scene. Here in windsor and waikiki. There's this young coop sort of community that that gentleman by the name. Young guy by the name of michael hart grace created called so sitting sold city music musical and he's got a roster of artists. He's an artist himself. He marriage christy concrete. A east coast girl who is phenomenal. staying roberts's manon do not it's And there's all of these the bishop brothers. There's all of these young artists. And that's like listening to his all the the young stuff the new stuff. I love it and Zehr genre is very it. Sorta swings from from beautiful softspoken. Joni mitchell style folk to really cool upbeat modern pop and that being said i love the modern pop stuff i love. Rmb artists that are playing their own things. Who's the guy who just hooked up with the brutal mars. Got him on my. He's a drummer But anyway the rn be stuff. I don't wanna say rap stuff. But i do like a lot of the rap stuff close alone stable easy to listen to But i i honestly do love you. Post malone's your drake's roy words Anything and everything kinda like that. That's due to my kids getting into that sort of stuff because i love the production value. I love the I love the intent a lot. I like the stuff that that as lot more meeting. It's what i look forward to rock. Song is what. I look for in those types of jobs. And it's out there. I i i don't ever wanna be that guy. You know. all white guy in white guy rotman complaining about pop music when my career is over like there's so much out there that could bring so much joy and happiness a smirk or make me feel anger feel sadness not what you want in crew old and miserable and say the only thing. That's good is led zeppelin this bullshit like you have to. You have to find new things in. it's out there..
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"burrows" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Yeah as popular as you guys were in canada. Were our work. I have been the end of. The conversation was popular right there right. We're all staying at home. I know what you're touring. I meant to uri of how the heck did australia happen. How are you guys like massive in australia. this is this. Was the plan in australia. So we went there The the first time we went there was the winter of ninety three. Felt like the world would freeze with john. F. kennedy stop..
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"Off crazy. It was crazy and the very same day before that bike. And ed and i were in our bulky And the sirens went off and you have to crouch down like wash. All the films from the forties and the fifties in the cold war steph. Were literally lying or not like the down on the ground. One after another just below boom just saying i love you if we go but it was anyway. Wow yeah because i i've even seen pictures where you guys are all like you are in full gear like okay. We'll protective military gear was since they they treat you so so well and you're quite secure but i mean civilians were hit On other occasions in square and so on and so forth because you'll get this era You know bomb. That's just you know set off and it's usually the old russian stuff that's a leftover from the previous war that they're shooting off and just aiming at the canadian in the us and so on and our allies Training field so it was really strange and then the next one. We ended up going to egypt which was a peacekeeping mission. But miller said a captain was taken and our entire audience disappeared so someone literally taken hostage it. Everybody it was crazy. Bill was stories from the road. You would not expect these stories. Mike mike turner though. If you haven't had mike on. I you don't like he's an elephant. You can tell you this story probably ten times better than i ever could. So if only. I knew somebody who knew mike but i. He's a pretty good son man. She talked a lot of really cool stuff lately lately as a as a studio guide. Mike is doing really well. I mean what makes genius. He doesn't worry he's now fisher as awesome. Go ahead no. I was gonna say so so Again collaborative group with edwina mirror and and mike and i know my son wants to know about collaborating with getty and alex in the dirty big or the big dirty band for the trailer park. Boys sound tagline. Got talk about that dream. come true. I mean You know a guy who has spent probably four thousand dollars in high school going to see rush Whether it's in detroit or toledo or cleveland or toronto. Did you get to do that. was mind boggling. and honestly What's what's the best story k. Is a good story. I can tell it's alex won't care alicea. Great guy like..
"burrows" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"I believe i may still have some eight track and cassette tapes of those types of recordings which is awesome is pretty cool. But you'll never did you. Jeff sort of stayed together all the way through to the tea party or well. No no like so. Yeah we all through high school where a different bands and then we met seward Who is just age came from a different grade school into high school. And then we then you start meeting everybody from different schools when you're nine school So were in and out of different bands of jeff stewart. Had a band that eventually moved to toronto They left university in windsor and warm. The stickman with a segment were from windsor. They left for toronto and they were they were trying to make it there and they had. They had a good following like a quite a good following. But it just wasn't getting to that next step and i think everybody was starting to frustrating frustrated and at one point rate before they had moved to toronto. Jeff and i were playing in a blues band literally called blues so boroughs emerged loose. So jeff play guitar sing. I was playing drums in playing a move pedals bass pedals with my left foot. Instead of my i had so i played the bass parts with drums. And he singing in vocalise or vocalizing guitar and We had done that for about a year while the stickman were going on and hours playing a detroit fan club then they left but the bar owner after a year came up to me and said look you jeff. Still do that sort of jamming thing. I'm like no. They're toronto when they're trying to do their thing. And she said you think you can get a down. So i call jeff stewart who are living in their condo in toronto adjusted. Why don't we just put together. A trio and literally when up the following weekend on a greyhound bus with my drums pat underneath and got an midnight and we brought the drums over cherry studio. And that's where. The tea party began quite literally. That's all i loved. Love jerry beach record down there a few times. Yeah great great little studio in there. So so i wanna i wanna i wanna then fast board. Ls start to bring mike. Turner back into play here. And so so. Mike and i played together for ever like through me and my high school. He was at western at the time and coming back and doing sound for our band and then ended up being part of the band and we played together for a long time. Where i wanted to go. This is towards the crash karma time period. And and when when when i say you guys did a tour you know what i really want to know about. I saw pictures from mike. You're literally touring military bases in the middle. East right that They're the canadian government or the Military side of that offers opportunities to bands To go so there We did one that through them where it was in afghanistan and will every banned from Figure eleven like a lot of bands..
"burrows" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Three jays headlining the tour. For the three days we could have been opening in for gene. That's funny was there. You guys were close to detroit to motown any influence in your Were you've been listening to at that. Time is so as a young kid. we were inundated Being from lasalle which is just a small community. Where i live for. I am right now. small community. Outside of windsor. It was very small back then But detroit is you know rock and roll city like kiss really nailed it when they were talking about detroit rock city because when we were growing up there was literally four. Q one of seven's in in detroit and it was just. It was everything. We all carry these little cards that standard that that said on it which was detroit rockers against all bisco and it was from radio station and they literally burn disco records in detroit tigers stadium. I don't know if you remember that but if you can look it up and you'll see it. Oh that was elected to go to a ball game. They did that was. Yeah yeah it was crazy. So i mean we grew up the top. Five hundred to one thousand rock songs ever right. So you're zeppelin's your pink. Floyd's your stones all of that. Once we got to high school mind you. They had a very good Public radio station. Wd et and that's where we really started to get into things that had more melody. We loved our zeppelin because the acoustic meets the electric the beatles. Of course things like that but it. It just lacked a lot of melody with the other types of band. So i don't want to throw anyone under the bus but that that classic rocker what we call classic rock now just didn't have enough. I guess i can say now Melody or or interesting. Vocalise ations type of melody. You know what i mean whereas the new ways of it was. It was very theatrical. It was very. I mean you could go. I mean take your pick and go from you. Know dr stuff flaked suzanne the band cheeser cure to lighter. Fluffier stuff like back. Not even lighter and fluffier. It's you know like your furs in your your your body man and water boys kinda yes. Sure yeah the water. It's much more melodic. So that's kind of where where we kind of ended up as a kid as kids in high school. Our Our sets that we were trying to sell to these dances and other high schools literally went from like led zeppelin to the jam to the who to the people didn't know there so and so the music of the suspects at the time did reflect what you guys are listening to know we were. We were primarily beatles more. Poppy rock stuff like journey things like that. I was literally in grades. Seven jefferson grades. Six out yeah. So it was we were. We were quite quite young I believe jeff's father in..
"burrows" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"The fuck did you. Did you ever think when you guys hooked up I know you guys are from windsor. that area but I think you guys were jamming here. Toronto when you guys sort of i hooked up with ready sought okay. Let's let's go on this long or was it. Hey let's put together some jam in particular some songs. I think when when we started taking it seriously. I think we had an idea that we really wanted to take it to a distance whether it was success here there or world domination yona zones jokes about that when they're young band But we didn't. We didn't go we. We're not going into it. You know hoping that we can play clubs for the rest of our life like we did it very seriously As an indie band across the country twelve times in four different vans that have subsequently blew up. You know we got an publishing deal before we got a record deal. If it's a strange Pass it was very difficult. Pass it you know. Everyone says it so much easier that it is now. And i'm like i dunno chris i there was no internet every fan that we had. We literally win in front of them. We work not getting any radio play except perhaps some of the university stations and so on which were great but the moment the moment we got some overnight play at two thirty and three thirty in the morning from c. n. y. Sorta helped us and sort of put us over that edge so we would do the windsor london toronto circuit and then back to windsor for like a sunday matinee and it was endless. It was stucco bubble and all being in school and then all while trying to work and pay your rent. You know that whole deal was drums your first instrument to by no i was. I took piano for four years like conservator piano and then.
"burrows" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"The jam any and all new wave stuff. That was that was well played. Do you know what i mean. Like the gradually players in the band so and we actually had the opportunity with newer three times in australia on festival. Circuits and such so It was super easy. We we we jam. That's all the time like some checks and stuff so so you had previously so like it was something that you guys ready to play that in iceland. Sure and i know when you did. I know the the hat on right now. I know you gave a shadow to few charities or charities but organizations supporting conquer coleman we. We were both very involved with that. So thank you for supporting a year ago and thank you know. It's it's it's really you know to me. It it dovetails into the first thing that i really wanted to get into with you. You know with with conquer covid. We've shifted to supporting right now. Call anti the indigenous helpline in toronto as well as mohammed funke's and and amber max frontline food initiative. You're a big supporter like you do. The the ride for father's day for prostate cancer. Which again my dad's a twenty year survivors. So thank you can you. Can you talk about the importance to you of supporting charities. Because you're you're you're auctions all over the place man. Yeah yeah. I became really. I guess the ban became really involved. I'll give you the the quick saddam's but the the band became really involved with our our manager. Steve hoffman who had subsequently passed away from cancer and he was very well known in toronto but he he had taught us once. Transmission came out and he was with Esera management he. He kinda showed us the way. Like you should be grateful and you should be very thankful and i always was but you don't you don't put anything towards it. I'm always been very stateful. I've always been very grateful but need to kind of show it and that really stuck with me. And when he passed away he was such. This dude was jam. Everyone within the industry from cardis country artists rock artists artists. Everybody loved steve Ability talent guys loves the. Everybody loves and really really stuck with me so for as soon as he had passed. The first thing i did was raise. Money for this Palliative care sort of room rejuvenation project that happens in windsor called transition veterans. And that's the way they started. They would rejuvenate these rooms to make them like hardwood floors and then they would create a kitchen area very much like in toronto. But you don't have them in smaller towns. Where when the family comes to visit. There's nowhere normally for them to go. But now they have this kitchenette in common. They can talk to each other before. They're visiting a family member or the friend who's who's hospitalized. So that was the first thing i did and it really stuck with me and You know from from there. I just thought you know. If i'm off and i've been afforded this this great opportunity you know..
"burrows" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"A program. Welcome welcome jeff. It's great to have you here. I have to first thing. I gotta start off with is congratulations. And what does it feel like to have the tea party win. The raven drool nineties. March madness bracket i. I'm gonna off on the shoulder for that really work. Yeah you know what whatever man i mean our lady pieces of machine so i'm not gonna step away from machine and king of is named jeremy taggart was just like come on somewhat. How he's not even in the band anymore. It's just hope. Let's go to burger shares of shit. I'm like no this is mine. Brian was awesome. It was it was a lotta fun. I was a lot of like back and forth and good. And i just think it's but it's great though that you know the community can can get involved like that. I mean honestly it was amazing. And since that you know. I'm i'm back to following the bins. I wasn't even following in that. I don't forgotten about and that's what it's all about. You re societa yourself with you know previous music that you loved and now reacquaint yourself or appointee yourself with saints and everything should. yeah no. It was great it was great chat. i do want to talk about one year ago to the day ish within the week. The tea party you released a cover of joy division's isolation at the very beginning of everything that we're going through right now What what was that. Like the experience at that time at the very beginning of this and then in hindsight being a year out. What are your thoughts. I was shocked to see it. Pop up on my social a year anniversary already management steward Jeff had talked about it. Like you know. We're not really talking daily vancouver. I'm in lasalle barrio. Jephson australia so when we talk it's usually every other week on zoo with management blah blah blah and. When it came up. I was like holy christ a year already but to be honest it was the easiest thing the by far the easiest thing. The tea party has ever done. Because there's there's always very long writing situations very long recording situations. Everyone lives where they live. We've got new music coming out literally that we were working on over two years ago now and that's coming up in a co weeks a writer on stay. Whatever i'm gonna ask about the but the joy division stuff was great. It was super easy because in high school we were all into anything from joy division and of course. Water the furs of the bunny man..
"burrows" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"But for what song can bring of Solace and delight so that's the second section the last one it is an everlasting yes and it begins with two lines. The opening two lines of palm from a poet I cherish beyond. I would say all others Wallace Stevens. These are the lines from Stevens after the final. No there comes a yes and on that yes. The future world depends after the final. No there comes a yes an on that yes. The future world depends that is an amazing declaration of faith in its purest truest form. We live in a world of knows we hear all the time. No you can't do this. No we shouldn't do that. No that's not possible and in one sense there is a truth in the nodes. It's not all fiction. It's not all bad fiction. But it's not the final word and Stevens among the I would say all poets whether they say it or not speak for worth out of the conviction that there is a yes S. on which the future what Stevens called the future world depends there. It is an affirmation that is stronger than all all indications that seem to be burdening society and culture hours in our own day his kids day and is that the claim of that. Yes it is I think subversive and radical and even if I dare to say this perfect whether it's a poet writing a rapper rapping an artist creating whatever it might be that in every single form of life. The nose don't deserve and shouldn't have the last word. So this is a section called an everlasting. Yes let me simply read the first call which is about a season yet to come but as I look out on my backyard which in the spring will be covered little with crocuses. I know that the crocuses are there there. Even though nothing of them showing the promise of green another spring stirs from winters hold with the hoped-for and hidden waiting to be revealed once more songbirds returned to fill the crease of morning or the radiance of their song their music drifting about among trees thick with silence and the promise of green and I want to believe that love is stronger than death and forgiveness deeper than the habits of hate and I want to know that what now lasts an always will is the lure. More of an everlasting. Yes that's sums it up. There's nothing really more that needs to be added. I did and I think each of us is called to glimpse that truth and to give form to it in our lives in whatever ways we we uniquely can and that's why. I was writing Poetic Theology in his day. And rilke was writing poetic wittig witness in his day and why. I continue to ride proms in our day. Now can you share with The people listening where they can find you online to find out more about your work or further information sure. My website is probably best place to start M S burroughs. It's M. S. B. U. R. UH-HUH WS DOT COM. You'll find some a selection of poems. Some podcasts some academic lectures given that were videoed and quite a few less formal things. So that's a good place to start. Obviously the the books are available at your local bookstore. And if you can't find a local bookstore then you can order them through Amazon Dot Com. The books are the translations of real estate and of the the Iranian German poets. Contemporary poet decided whose book of Poems Ninety nine songs translators to about five years ago support for this and other kinds. We didn't even get to get to that one. I forgot I that's the one I didn't crack open But that looks the tastic remarkable election by the truly inspiring voice from this sort of come out I call it they. He Brigetti of those who live across cultures of an Iranian refugee to Germany. We spent his life in Germany and has become one of the most respected widely esteemed poets writing in Sherman in our day. Well that's probably a great place to wrap it up. I am just delighted that we got to have this conversation. And you you could share some of your work and you definitely have an open invitation anytime you the center book my way come back on and and let's do this again I I it. It was a bomb for the soul. They could lease. It was great to talk with you and I I wish all of our listeners. Every blessing a life of love and some glimpses I ever lasting. Yes is stronger than every everything else.
"burrows" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"As the Apostle Paul described the light comes out of the darkness not into darkness? And he's talking about the creation stories during a kind of what we would later. Recall amid rush on the Genesis story that God prince fourth light out of the chaos out of the darkness. Oh separates light on the DART so that we have day and night we can see by day and learn to feel by. Here's a poem to to that point. It's called duck the hungering dark with grant from the theologian writing at the cusp of the Middle Ages at the end of late. Antiquity Hippo. Say Augusta what happens when we measure silence and say that given period of silence lasted as long as a given sound. It's an remarkable though this in his confessions what happens when we measure silence. I I mean that could could be could provoke a meditation that could last a few moments a few minutes a few days a a few years a few lives. What happens when we measure silence? I need to stunning claim. Here's a poll and actually a poem that it was inspired at a time. Not Unlike the season where we're living through right now early advent can't late fall early winter living in Maine at the moment and for the most part the case has now passed overhead and they moved further south this it has to do with watching that yearly migration back to the south. It begins like this the hungering dark alone. Goose Driss out across the empty crease of sky above stumbled fields below not heating the flocks. This broken line steering her course alone into the pooling magnitudes of night from where I walk the listening to her cry she'd passes high above and Singley by and wait but here no answer to her fervent call minutes pass as she pleads her case over and over against the crease of death a reminder of a gift once given and taken back again call that drifts into the hungering dark death in the wide sense that the loss of what we cherish loss. Look for in this case just watching a single grew separated from the VP. You see you know the kind of wage crossing the sky from north to sell all in the bottom days and occasionally goose loses track and stops ups for reasons. We can't know and it's that sense of losing that continuity that's terrifying. It could be the loss of relationship Asian chip in our own lives the dissolving of a relationship. We thought would be permanent. Thought would be in. In some sense. We use the word lightly eternal which is taken from us in an ruptured relationship in death in illness in despair. And you know in a sense there is a call comes from our lives even at those moments into darkness that he's not an empty artist but it may be a hungering darkness and when we can begin to see the darkness in that way. Perhaps that loan cry our around like two lone cry of goose in this whole P.. Met By another one who lost their way. Another lose their ground lost their path and is also crying out into the hungry dark so oh you know. Darkness is something that is it chance for us to find each other but in a very different way than we do flooded with happiness and joy of are confident. Gordon seasons in our lives I noticed that there are some headings in and how did you decide how you would collect these poems together. That's a great question three sections actions and in a sense these were the three themes that That have shaped my life. Not just in these recent years but I would say my life over the many years. The first part is called this long listening and my own sense is listening is one of the most essential at least practiced forms of human attentiveness. That we have in part because we're bombarded now with no ours all of the time I'm always struck by that when I leave Europe and come back to the. US You cannot go through. In many cases the music blares in in in speakers in the downtown region. Certain if you go into a mall something affecting all the time and we stopped listening killer. We stopped listening period. Because it's simply too much for us so we were called as humans to in a sense. A kind of obedience a word which at its root is from the word to listen to pay attention inch into to listen to what's beyond us in the house so this long listening the Second Section as true as song it. It does anything that I've realized in my own life over these years. It's the song is one of the truth forms of communication that we have. I was giving a really interview a few years ago in Australia. was there on a reading tour speaking tour. The interviewer provocative open by saying nobody listens. Nobody reads poetry anymore. Poetry gone it's it's so out of sync with our times. How can you dare the air to come here and repatriates when this program is over and your hearers turn the radio? Dial to another station Asian. They're going to they're going to encounter. Poetry is what we live in. We leave poetry. We call it music. We call folk music. We call it rap music we call it pop we call we. We call it balance. Whatever it is we live in music? We've always lived in music. As far as we know humans have cultivated the capacity of the boys to do something unnecessary but essential and that is to sing to find something beyond on the cadences of our spoken language. which if you look at the cadences of my speaking language or of yours any of us? Ah We're always within maybe five or six or seven notes on the musical scale three scales and everyone can sing too so we can seem far more expansively than we speak burks notice. They never had to learn they. Same without regard for the necessities of mating. They sing where they made but they seem all your lungs. They're not meeting all year long. So what's going on with some. There's something there we saw that so essential that to me. It reminds us of something that belongs to the heart of our human condition addition. And here's a poem that says from that section what we're made for with an epigrams from a marvelous contemporary Philosopher French philosopher named jean-louis Trenton. Song opposes the power of distance. There's another line to spend a long time. Pondering Song opposes the power of distance the short poem in couplets eight lines lines long. There are at least three reasons to sing because we can sometimes because we must and yes because deep down truth Bruce said the hardest things silence does not deserve the last word because after all is said and done. We're not made for the clarity of prose.
"burrows" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"Of underscore. What what that means in a in a deeper way absolutely the vernacular meaning the mother tongue the common language of the People Churches Language in the Western church European being church since Since the early centuries ad been lack was in a way understandable it was a world what became a world movement Christianity. They needed a common language to communicate across these cultural differences and distance. Since the late later Middle Ages saw proliferation. Ration- really loved the for Nacuer as a way of communicating with people Francis of Assisi famously. wrote only in the Italian of his day which is kind of modernized Latin. After all and after ECKERD's death hundred years later Julian of Norwich again famously. At least we can say that today wrote in English probably the first writings by a woman theologian in English that we have so the later Middle Ages One might even call vernacular age. It was an age when churchmen began to realize church. Women I should add began to realize that communicating with the masses required required moving beyond Latin and indeed many of the priests backyards day probably not including the Dominicans who were highly educated your typical parish priest in rural Germany appointed. After all by the by the do not by Bishop. That's another story for another podcast They may have. They may have had enough. Latin The office the prayers and to recite certain familiar texts. It's like the our father. They may have understood very little Latin otherwise so in a way. ECKERD's moved to to away from Latin. He wrote in Latin. His academic treatises were written in Latin but his move to preaching the vernacular was part of a wider tradition in his day. What I'm so surprised about when I read Car is and this can have something to do with the translation into English. But that it sounds on so modern and it it's it really moves me To read his work. And maybe you can pull out a few things that are meaningful to you or the kind of exemplifies some of The they're such a deep quality There's such a template of mysticism put it's very It's not too heavy but or anything but it's it's relatable and I think that there are a lot of people even even outside of Christian in tradition who have appreciated his work And I think it's it's just it seems like an as you're describing him it seems like he's pastoral in that way. Yeah well that's that's certainly true. You've asked the whole opened up a whole variety of things to talk about here. The the first thing. I shouldn't say that the two books that John Sweeney and I wrote together and have published over the last several years are not strictly speaking translations that is not uh narrowly rendering from from ECKERD's German into contemporary English. Indeed the first translation that does have to happen with that. God is to translate him from Medieval Latin German into modern German because a contemporary German reader. We have great difficulty reading Qods German. Same difficulties that you and I would have trying to read chaucer a a fifty years later than cod to reach English we understand some of the words but often the words leave us utterly clueless. The First Work of translation has to be to modern German or to any modern idiom. John and I want to do something a little different. We're giving voice to Eckhard's thought and I'm giving it poetic votes. which is in one sense close to the heart of how Eckhart thought was poetic theologian? When he preached he saw images metaphor? He told the stories. He responded to life situations in his preaching which was after all. What every good preacher is called to do but he did it with an originality that was startling for his own day? It may be. Why is public preaching attracted fairly large congregations nations of people? They were curious. They were perhaps confused by what he was saying. They were certainly startled by and provoked by and many apparently were inspired by so that needs to be said first of all our work is kind of double translation. It's a a rendering from a carts medieval German into into a modern idiom but it's also rendering it in poetic form and Eckhart didn't write poems. He wrote sermons. Lindsay wrote academic treatises. But his sermons are poetic at their core. Or they're also I would say scholastic at their core that is they were using the careful notions of logical argument that were familiar to the Dominican entity to university teachers of his day at which he was a celebrated one celebrated professor at the University of Paris on two different occasions. So it's a kind of double translation that we're doing and in some ways it's trying to to get at the very heart the living pulse of ECKERD stock and rendering it enough form when you're short poetic forms that can in a sense. Energize our imagination. Here let me read. You rather rhythm simply theoretically talk about it. This is called love shines. And it's from Meister Eckhart Heart Meditations for the restless soul published in two thousand seventeen love shines even as my thoughts about you fade for you are always is present to me beyond what I think or feel or do and when I turn to you and accept you into simple pull away I had you in every way and in all things and you shine out in me as the love that cannot cease dynes away. Eckhart didn't write those lines but those thoughts from beginning to end our in his servants. And if you had this book in your hand could turn to the back and you find a list of the poems with citations where the primary Marie impulse for the poem comes from so if you were so inclined you could dig out that sermon of yards. Read it in its full context and you'd find nine even fuller and more nuanced elaboration of the same that the love is shining God is shining love is shining and everything everything that is and in all of our the dimensions of our lives. Even when we feel bird only with darkness only with discouragement arrangement only with despair I would say but that doesn't mean that love is not shining there is there it's hidden perhaps but it's there and our work is not somehow feel happier feel better or failed more positive. No you can't tell a depressed or disturbed person. Deputy can say in. The midst of that darkness is a flickering light when eckerd called Funk line a little spark that nothing I think that life brings in its darkest and most difficult moments. Nothing can extinguish style now. If you hear that phrase you hear Afraid Alliance from the Apostle Paul often read at funerals says essentially the same thing. Nothing can separate us from the love of God nothing neither other high nor depth now the principalities and Powers Paul elaborates the Apostle Paul elaborates a whole series of things that declare that we they are inseparable from the divine echo core belief from Meister Akron. Meisters first name simply means the master is the only only theologian from the Middle Ages. Who acquired that kind of a way of being named as the master and I think it was impart this brilliant brilliant capacity gate into the jets of the scriptural and theological traditions and bring them twist them turn them in fresh ways that created sometimes disturbing and often remarkably energizing moments of insight? I like this one. That love shines.
"burrows" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"Welcome to spark my muse. Everybody today have a guest who is a professor poets a translator and it is mark. S burroughs thank you so much mark for being my guest today what is your publisher. Russia was so kind to send me a bunch of books and I'm so happy we can pick over some of these and and dig into them a little bit it's Two Books of translations. One is MEISTER ECKART book of secrets. Meditations on letting go and finding true freedom Meister records book of the Heart Meditations as for the restless soul. And I I should mention this one And the other one are also done with John Sweeney as well and then I one I had not heard of really excited to get into his prayers of a young poet Rainer Maria Rilke. Let's say real key correctly I it's something you pronounce different way Real uh-huh and and then your own book of poems. The chance chance of home and hoping we can cover the mall and read some things in there but This is a delight because I I find poetry such a a bomb for the soul and and And and a challenge to it in our times when everything is so fast paced the it's a joy for me to slow down and read something with with spacious nest and give my I guess give my body a chance to catch jeff with all the emotions and and all the rest of it because it's just like an information dump that we live in today so sure. Maybe you can talk a little bit first just about how you got into translating and and some of the things that you're doing you talk a little bit about yourself. Well I I've been translating leading from German from I've actually from my late adolescence. A began learning German and speaking German as a young teenager and eventually ended up living in Germany for a year. What was we call a gap year now didn't exist back then? took a year off and live in. My relatives lives in the black forest. My grandparents sit us. Tim Blinks they emigrated in the nineteen twenties to the US. And when I returned and eventually went to college college I discovered that many of the poems and writings that I so loved were not available in English and I think I can say this without any undue undue harshness that we're rather lazy as a culture about learning languages Americans so I began translating from my friends poems just by poets like Russia and he was a favourite and I think at the time I was late in my late teens early twenties. I was discovering a world of an imaginative world daring world of feeling and seeing and obsessing and in religious writings that staggered me. And so it was a sense of loyalty to rilke there's a riot but also loyalty to my friends and those who were also interested in this in this adventure really that he proposes through his writings that I began translating his work and that went on for twenty five years really until I began to think about alling some of those translations together and published and what was the. What is the first edition? First version of the earliest edition of a series of poems as a cycle of poems that eventually became the first part of his book of hours and it was that it really made him brought him to international attention not simply simply within Germany or German speaking and reading world but within the European context. That's a that's a huge contrbution contribution. I know his Poetry has prayers have been Just really pivotal for so many people and really a meaningful As far as Meister Eckhart could you give us a little bit of an orientation to who he was and his time how he was received his time and who he was. And then your partner in crime John Sweeney's Gave me a couple questions to ask you about him to help the listeners. Understand some of this work. Sure well my sweater cut was one of the most adventurous and radical and daring thinkers of his time. He was born in the middle of the thirteenth century and he died in the early decades of the fourteenth centuries sometime around thirteen. Twenty eight eight thirteen twenty nine. We don't really know the exact death date. He disappeared as it were returning from a trial. Wow that he that he was called to fan his writings or at least province decisions from his writings twenty eight of them that were considered heretical or questionable in the Church of his day so he turned twenty two which is where the pope's were in. The fourteenth century defended himself and and on his way back to Cologne somewhere along the way he died. I think it's somehow fitting that we don't know where is that. We don't have his relics his bones was as as you can surmise from that point he was under suspicion from some of the authorities Day Not all of them by any means. It was a widely popular preacher preached in Vernacular Across Central Europe articularly in the area. We think of today's Germany dramatic territories of the time and along the Rhine River and and he comes from place not too far from where Martin Luther comes from. He studied in air force. In the city. City of Air Force in the former East Germany in the eastern part of Germany today became a Dominican at an early age entered entered the Dominican order for. His studies was eventually sent to Cologne and then later to Paris where he completed his studies. He was as a Dominica in order that prized preaching the real name of the order is the order preacher. It's and you see abbreviated. o P the order of preachers intellectual. There's no question about it. He prized in careful thinking and rigorous thinking and methodical thinking he was a scholastic theologian through and through but his preaching exploded the open the kind of narrower parameters of logical argument with these remarkable images metaphors ways of imagining ways of daring to think about not simply about God but about the human about our openness to transcendence attendance. So you came under suspicion. I by the Bishop in Cologne later the he he actually called for his case to be adjudicated to the papal court. which is what happened in the last year of his life? Why do you think that was well? He felt that he was unfairly. Unfairly criticized To choose twenty eight sentences out of a out of a volume 's of thinking and writing and teaching saying he felt was insufficient way of measuring his thought and he tried in his own defense and we have a record of his defense actually sought to contextualized his own thought ought to clarify. Why was why was in keeping with scripture and with the inherited traditions of the church even as it was daring to move in new directions Why wonder why John wanted me to ask you? What was a century later? was there a change in how he was. I thought of people were nervous. On a century later in the fifteenth century it was a very nervous period of time this is before the reformation period There were moves afoot to try to close down on Orthodox thinking there were movements that were springing up in the fourteenth and early Fifteenth Century the lowered movement followers of John. wycliffe translated the Bible into English. prizing freising a different understanding of authority in the cultivating of Christian community so there are lots of movements women's communities Akron spent part of his time commissioned actually to preach to the so-called begins who were This is a a movement really in the low countries and northern Germany during the primarily in the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries during ECKERD's lifetime and they were lay women who did not take lifelong vows but live together in community and sought to cultivate an order of prayer and a Christian witness but they were considered somehow not quite under the thumb of the church and some with their thinking may have been radical although we most of what we know about the begins we know through there those who condemned them when that's never a very good way of judging what what people thought so one hundred years after carts death. His writings were still vaguely known but not widely circulated and they really the only came to light in the modern era when there was a kind of reserved such interest in mysticism and a recovery of traditions like ECKERD's writings from largely neglected tomes from the later Middle Ages. One of the things you said was that. He preached in the vernacular and I. I don't want that to be lost on people because that is that's very key that's very interesting point. Can you kind.
"burrows" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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