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Tampa Bay Rays walk off for 8-7 win over Los Angeles Dodgers to even World Series

CBS Sports Radio

00:20 sec | 9 hrs ago

Tampa Bay Rays walk off for 8-7 win over Los Angeles Dodgers to even World Series

"That'll do it for baseball tonight. Final score in game for the world. Siri's Tampa Bay eight, the Dodgers seven and improbable walk off and the Rays have even the world Siri's at two games apiece again. 7 30 eastern for 30, West Coast time. For Game five pregame coverage Baseball tonight for Game five of the

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Fresh update on "cbs sports" discussed on All Things Legal

All Things Legal

00:48 sec | 46 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs sports" discussed on All Things Legal

"On CBS Sports Radio. I gotta tell you this right off the bat. Thank you. Ohio State for coming back. To the rest of the big 10. I'm glad to be entertained. I love seeing the athletes get a chance to compete. But let's be honest. There are three teams right now in college football. Three that absolutely look like you could write in their name down in Sharpie. And say they belong and the discussion for the college football playoff and one of them has played one game. But their arrival on the scene means we've got another legit potential contender Wolf to Seymour out of them. But it's Alabama and it's Clemson and it's Ohio State of Alabama, slightly ahead of Clemson right now. Slightly ahead because we watch NFL football today. Could the Cowboys really be this bed? Just Tom Brady call all the shots. With the Tampa Bay organization. Who's making the calls there and Miami's on a bye week. But.

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Los Angeles Dodgers beat Tampa Bay Rays in Game 3 of the World Series

CBS Sports Radio

01:03 min | 11 hrs ago

Los Angeles Dodgers beat Tampa Bay Rays in Game 3 of the World Series

"Change top of the seventh inning. The Rays of 54 lead on the first lead change of the World Series. The Brandon allow home run and Buster the tying run a third. The go ahead, run it second. Pitching change and will Smith coming to the plate? And when the Dodgers scattered will Smith. One thing that jumped out to them was this was a player who always maintained his composure. And we've seen it throughout this postseason driven and 13 runs already. And Dan a great opportunity right here. Absolutely 2nd and 3rd 1 out What game? I mean, both managers just especially Kevin Cash, trying to do everything. He could do to put out the fire right now, and they put it out. And then the next inning, there's another fire in the next inning. There's another fire, and he's already gone through Thompson, Fairbanks, Castillo, Luke and now Nick Anderson, their best reliever during the regular season, But his Buster talked about in singing, talked about not throwing as well in the postseason. He comes in and inherits the 2nd and 3rd 1 out situation up a run. With Will Smith, the batter and Cody Bellenger on deck.

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Fresh update on "cbs sports" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 56 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs sports" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Tell your family and friends and you get involved. A lot of people want to get involved in the show right now at 855 to 1 to four, CBS So I'm going to get to Gary and Rocky Top Tennessee Gary. How and guess what? Gary, before we get started here. If you're in the truck right now, Blow the horn for me. There we go. Then it started. God John cages on CBS Sports Radio. I do that regularly. So I love that. Thank you very much. You're welcome. By the way I passed you punks. Tony, Pennsylvania from time is on this the coolest little place just like in the movie. It's just this quiet little place. I slow down what I'm supposed to anyway. But it's a town that I always take my time going. Oh, you're such a cool little place if anyone ever gets to take the path through there. Hey, Uh, do I hear how my team wins? Well, I want my 10 volunteers would win. But my lifelong NFL team, the Chicago Bears. They've been winning by smoke and mirrors and damn it. I don't care as long as they win for crying out loud..

Las Vegas Raiders-Tampa Bay Buccaneers Game Moved From NBC’s ‘Sunday Night Football’

CBS Sports Radio

00:14 sec | 2 d ago

Las Vegas Raiders-Tampa Bay Buccaneers Game Moved From NBC’s ‘Sunday Night Football’

"It tests including four starting offensive lineman at moving the Oakland Buck scare, The Vegas Bucks game scheduled for Sunday night to that afternoon. A place by Seahawks Cardinals as the Sunday night Antonio Brown has a major advocate

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World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers take Game 1 vs. Rays

CBS Sports Radio

01:31 min | 4 d ago

World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers take Game 1 vs. Rays

Arizona Cardinals Were the True Stars Monday Night in Win Over Dallas Cowboys

CBS Sports Radio

00:19 sec | 5 d ago

Arizona Cardinals Were the True Stars Monday Night in Win Over Dallas Cowboys

"Not exactly fun without Dak Prescott for the Cowboys of the Cardinal's Embarrass Dallas 38 to 10, Kyla Murray three total scores. Can you drink 164 yards rushing to touchdowns? And he'd gone through a pair of interceptions in his first start for the injured Prescott. Ezekiel Elliott didn't help much. He fumbled twice ran for 49 yards. Dallas is two and four. Arizona foreign to

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2 Ezekiel Elliott fumbles lead to Cardinals touchdowns

CBS Sports Radio

00:19 sec | 5 d ago

2 Ezekiel Elliott fumbles lead to Cardinals touchdowns

"Like Not exactly fun without Dak Prescott for the Cowboys of the Cardinal's Embarrass Dallas 38 to 10, Kyla Murray three total scores. Can you drink 164 yards rushing to touchdowns? Andy Dalton threw a pair of interceptions in his first start for the Inter Prescott Ezekiel Elliott didn't help much. He fumbled twice ran for 49 yards. Dallas is two and four. Arizona foreign to

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Jimmy Garoppolo throws 3 TD passes, 49ers beat Rams 24-16

CBS Sports Radio

00:39 sec | 6 d ago

Jimmy Garoppolo throws 3 TD passes, 49ers beat Rams 24-16

"Niners with a 20 for 16 win over the rands. Jimmy Garoppolo 268 yards passing three touchdowns. He completed 75% of his passes. And threw two TD's against the blitz in this one. It was a season high three touchdown passes. You know, it was really just about coming in this game you could feel in the locker room about the entire week. Just so it was a different mindset, every head, you know, and I In the last couple weeks before there's no one like that feeling, and it wasn't who we are as a team and I think this week I just kind of guys back right on track. Rob Lowe has had six games in his career, where he's thrown at least three touchdowns. He has one. All

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Gregg Marshall denies assaulting his players

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

02:09 min | Last week

Gregg Marshall denies assaulting his players

"So embattled Wichita state coach Gregg Marshall released another statement second statement about the allegations made against him earlier this week. and. Among other things, he said this in response to the allegations put forward in the media I simply state unequivocally that I have never physically struck a player or colleague he continued allegations claiming otherwise are false. It is important that the investigation is school. This investigation that Wichita State. is currently. Conducting. It is important that the investigation conclude its work without outside influence in unrelenting character assassination by a member of the media that's Jeff Goodman. That repeatedly targets in my family threatens to undermine the impartiality of the investigation in quote, I should make it clear. Gregg Marshall didn't say Jeff Goodman I was just sort of added that to Mexican people understand the unrelenting character associated by a member of the media. That seemed directed at at Jeff Goodman who of course, interviewed more than thirty people connected to Wichita State Program to write the story that they published at stadium a what stadium dot com last week. So norlander, what did you think of Gregg Marshall said? Statement because it goes way further than the first statement in the first statement, he did not say he's never physically struck a player or Collie and that's when he did. On my question for you is, why do you think Greg Marshall made this statement which was six days after the stories. From Goodman and from the athletic why do you think he made the statement? He made six days for moved. I have a thought on a theory on but I was curious what you might think I think he has. been made aware or has reached the conclusion on his own that listen. If you put your hands on player, it's over. And so at that point, you got really one option if your goal is trying to your job and that is just to say, didn't happen.

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Los Angeles Lakers forward Anthony Davis probable for Game 6 despite heel injury

CBS Sports Radio

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

Los Angeles Lakers forward Anthony Davis probable for Game 6 despite heel injury

"Anthony Davis says he's fine and will play when the Lakers tip off against the heat in Game six of the MBA final in Orlando tomorrow night. Davis Port in 28 points pulled down 12 boards didn't last night's Game five loss. He aggravated his right heel in the first quarter of that match up the Lakers one win away from the MBA title as they leave the Siri's three games to two America. Herskowitz. Hey, what's going on?

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Stephon Gilmore Got Very Close To Patrick Mahomes After Patriots-Chiefs Game

CBS Sports Radio

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Stephon Gilmore Got Very Close To Patrick Mahomes After Patriots-Chiefs Game

"I had to open up the show talking about the NFL and Covic how and when are they going to get their act together? We might have some more cancellations this upcoming Sunday. Stefan Gilmore test positive. The Titans Cory Davis test positive, but Titans don't know how to follow the rules they even looks like went to a school to practice. After their own facility was shut down. And by the way, Stefan Gilmour, who did he say hi to On Monday night Football. Face to face after the loss. He got up close and personal to Patrick Mahomes. Patrick Mahomes. I mean, this is what Patrick Mahomes had to say about coming in close contact with Stefan Gilmore Monday night. It up too much of a game and just get in the high five. Like I would. I've done my whole career and not thinking about. It was a little bit of a mental lapse just going to be so sportsmanship and stuff like that, But I mean, I feel like the protocols in place. They're good, and I'm trusting that where my mask do whatever rigging them say and then then just trust and we don't all know what what's happening in this world this time, But just to accept the challenge every single day of being On the best place. I could be to be available for the team. Yeah, more mental lapses like that will lead to a complete disaster this NFL season and not just from the players but from the teams in the league itself.

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World Series favorites

Boomer & Gio

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

World Series favorites

"So the no the Yankees are favored in the they are ranked Yankees are minus one, twenty, eight, the razor plus one away the as are favored in. That series against the Astros. MINUS ONE, thirty, six for the as plus one sixteen for the Astros. The biggest favorite is the braves. The second-biggest favorite is the dodgers. The third the as and in the Yankees the fourth. So, there you go. That's what you got now as far as the world series goes, it's goes dodgers the favorites go dodgers Yankees raise braves as the top four. I just like that they're all division divisional matchups. That's what I like. Yeah and tonight. It is Garrett cold they they are. They're pretty big favorite tonight minus one fifty, the Yankees on the on the money line. So, it'll be an interesting one and today the as are a big favourite same thing on the money line. So the as and the Yankees are favored the same number. Today and tonight how about? That it's Lance mccullers junior. Yeah mccullers is back. He's back. He's back baby boomer and Geo on the fan CBS sports now again, radio DOT com. It's the morning show with boomer excited and Gregg Giannotti boomer and

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Bills QB Josh Allen falls on left wrist

CBS Sports Radio

00:10 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bills QB Josh Allen falls on left wrist

"Right before halftime. Also, Josh Allen left the field after falling on his left wrist. He did return, though to the sidelines. It seems like he's going to be okay. Matt Barkley is the backup. In Buffalo. If Josh Allen cannot

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Tulsa snaps No. 11 UCF's 21-game home winning streak, 34-26

CBS Sports Radio

00:14 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tulsa snaps No. 11 UCF's 21-game home winning streak, 34-26

"Had all kinds of penalties last week in a 51.51 20 win at East Carolina. Today, they're dealing with penalties and turnovers. 11 straight nights to have a 23 12 weed at home against Tell so that one is that the hat number

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Patriots-Chiefs Game Postponed After Positive Coronavirus Tests on Both Teams

CBS Sports Radio

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

Patriots-Chiefs Game Postponed After Positive Coronavirus Tests on Both Teams

"Major news coming out of the NFL Patriots chief games has been postponed. Is the pope to play either Monday or most likely? Tuesday, Cam Newton tested positive for Coben 19. So he's obviously after the Patriots thus far, there's been no other positive test concerning the Pats. It was a practice squad player to test positive for the Chiefs as well. So positive test for both teams Patriots flight to Kansas City expected to leave at the top of the hour that has been grounded thus far again. Patriots in Chiefs game for tomorrow postpone they hope to play it Monday or Tuesday.

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Houston Astros sweep as Minnesota Twins lose 18th straight in playoffs

CBS Sports Radio

00:07 sec | 3 weeks ago

Houston Astros sweep as Minnesota Twins lose 18th straight in playoffs

"Beat the Twins 3 to 1. They sweep the Siri's and hand the twins. Their 18th consecutive Playoff. Los

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Houston Astros win 4-1 in Game 1; Minnesota Twins' record losing streak at 17

CBS Sports Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Houston Astros win 4-1 in Game 1; Minnesota Twins' record losing streak at 17

"Time in the history of baseball. A team with a losing record in the regular season has a win in the postseason curveball. That's around a third base side backhand by Bregman steps on third for what throws to first and that is the ball game. The Houston Astros take game wanted Minnesota winning this afternoon by a final of Porto one. Robert Ford had the call on the Astros radio network. Jorge Polanco made it to out error. Open the door for Houston. They took advantage with three unearned runs it a knife. In the hand of twins. They're 17 straight playoff lost longest postseason losing streak in the history of professional sports.

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Wilson throws 5 more TD passes, Seahawks beat Cowboys 38-31

CBS Sports Radio

00:20 sec | 3 weeks ago

Wilson throws 5 more TD passes, Seahawks beat Cowboys 38-31

"Of five touchdown passes for Russell Wilson on the day of Seattle beat Dallas 38 to 31. How about this 14 touchdown passes for Russell Wilson? That's an NFL record through three games of the season, first in NFL history with four more touchdown passes in each of the first three games that press got 472 yards. And three scores. Dallas Falls to one in two

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Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

CBS Sports Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

"The Cowboys visiting the Seahawks Dallas coming in one and one Seattle to Eno terrific winds for both clubs. A week ago. Seattle holding off New England as they stopped Cam Newton from a yard out the game's final play Cowboys coming back late for the come from behind win over the Falcons in the game they really needed to win, and Seattle head coach Pete Carroll took notice. Dallas had a spectacular stunning win last week. And there come from behind all that all the heroics and on great finish for them, so they'll be all jacked up and they have a talented football team. We've got a lot of star power they get Ah big group of skilled guys on offense that can throw it and catch it and run it and all that, so we got our hands full. It's gonna be a tough football game and two of those

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"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

"Well with the PGA tour. Starting tomorrow wanted to bring on. My Guy Will Brinson as promised at will Brinson on twitter. He's host of the pick. Six podcast I've been on that. It's an excellent show. I enjoy it tremendously, but he also is really into Goff. He's really into baseball. Is really you know a lot of things before we get to the PGA tour or golf? Stuff will let me just ask you this. The I don't remember what it was called, but Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson you know. peyton manning Tom Brady. The ratings that did and the money that it generated I. Guess my first reaction was how much of that is because it's the only thing going on during the virus, and how much of it is because people thought it was cool. Just Watch one group of. Football players and a couple guys go like I. You know I almost thought of like if I'm tiger woods and Phil Mickelson like, why do I need to play these other events like every like three or four times a year? Get a couple, musicians, or you know movie, stars or athletes do one of these deals and a boatload of money from it. Yeah I mean I think. The ratings are definitely Ross a result of the pandemic to to a larger extent I. Mean Look at you know even like. The the last dance was awesome, and it was absolutely must watch television, but the ratings were not. I don't think like real last dance ratings if we actually have sports going on, we're not all sort of cooped up in the house so I i. think that does make a difference. People are itching for some real sports, but yeah, we look you're talking about putting four of the biggest sole celebrity athletes on the planet in a in a in a golf match. People are going to be interesting to see what happens. <hes> so so from that perspective I think it's something that <hes> that those guys will do more of and let's not forget I. Mean for all the you know the ribbing and like Oh like look who want etcetera etcetera. These guys are pocketing huge piles of cash, and so a lot of you raised a lot of money for charity, too, but I mean these guys are pocketing here's pile huge piles of cash when they do an event like this, this is not a not entirely out of the goodwill of their of their generous hearts. Did you. Bet on it will, and did you. Did you love it? I was I was actually. I missed the early part of it because I was actually playing golf myself. We can play golf in north. Carolina. <hes> and I didn't bet on it. Because <hes> I was I like. I didn't think there was enough value in the favorites <hes> if I if I didn't sitting at my computer and watching the the first part of probably prop bets <hes>. Anything A. full-blown degenerate, but <hes> <hes> just because I was playing golf and didn't have the early part. <HES> and I didn't like the I like I like the I thought the favorites. The. Phase GonNa win. And but I, I thought that the best value was on the dog, and so I didn't I I. It was like a tough spot for me. I didn't love the price on it, and so I figured out playing golf myself. Maybe just stay away on this one. It's actually rare thing I'd bet on oddly enough. Steve I'm curious I didn't even ask you. Did you watch that? Did you get involved in it at all, did you? Did you like it? Do you think it could be sort of the future for Golfer? At least more have more of them in the future for golf? What about four holes do some strong opinions about? This golf is horribly flawed right now because the players are boring. And Dairy. I just I can't watch golf all the players. Basically I have no interest other than tiger woods. Who I like following because he has a personality, shows emotion and I think that that what really stood out how great that exhibition was is with you, know Phil, needling tiger back and forth, and and the like, and you know Brady struggling big time early. It was just it was riveting I. Think I would have watched it. had been full sports on and I. Don't watch golf because I'm I. I'm sorry I'm just bored in terms of betting. I'll tell you this. Thank goodness. There was no live betting that I saw on this event because after six holes when woods and <hes> manning up three, I was convinced they were GonNa win by seven. This was going to be one of the. The greatest blow outs of all time. It's woods home. Course he's hitting. Every fairway and Brady can't play a lick so I guess a little warning and live betting things can change because obviously, this match got very close at the end, so

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"cbs sports" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

07:44 min | 5 months ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

"Same level as I am. They might make a lot more money off. I have more Prestige but Tom Coughlin was always Tom to me when I covered him on a regular basis and any coach I go see I called by the snake and they call me by my first day. So I think you may have treat everybody to say if you go into a locker room that you got to talk to them, you know as a person and get to know the players as a person. I think that's what's lacking. Now, you know, you everybody's looking for a story. But in order to get a store, you gotta get trust and the trust comes from being in the locker room when you're on the beat particularly and then when you get to know people when you travel around as a national NFL God where the chip on your shoulder come from Always had it, you know, maybe cuz I'm short I always had to fight through. You know, I was a short athlete and fought through that and you know, so yeah, I grew up with Four Brothers Three Brothers the three other brothers, so we were always competitive whether you know, if we wanted to change the channel we had to compete do that. I mean it was one of those situations. So yeah, I guess that has something to do with it, but I've always been that guy, you know, my mother used to say, you know, I'd always say I'm going to do it myself, you know, I'm going to do it and I would do it and I always did and and you know, I was the first person in my family to graduate from college and I did it for years without ever taking a summer class. And so I was seventeen when I went to Arizona State. I got on a plane from South Florida did not know a soul and flew out there with a trunk and not a lot of kids could do that and and that's just kind of who I've always been. You think being able to move out they're so young kind of helped you in your career being able to move kind of all over the place as well. I was never scared of that. I yeah, I mean, I've always had a long way to get along with people and and and so no, I never had a problem ever and and I was never fearful of it. I mean, you know, when you're Seventeen you on that plane and you're going out there and you don't know a soul, you know, she can be overwhelming. I remember getting off the plane. It was so long ago that they didn't have a those Gates that come to the yeah, they go down the onto the tarmac and it was like it was like 25° out. What am I doing here? But yeah. No, I think that had something to do with it. Very independent very focused very driven. I like that you do go out people on Twitter cuz you know people are crazy. And you know, do like the top 100 NFL players each your list. And of course everybody's got an opinion and you're not afraid to go at them. How long how do you deal with the haters? That's social media. Have you handled that? Well, look at Twitter. I think Twitter is like a sports bar where your belly up and you have a few drinks and you talk sports. Yeah, and sometimes get out of control and once they get out of control if you run a bar and a guy got out of control, you do one of two things you fight or you leave and so I usually leave I mean, I'll make a crack and you know, I've developed this thing that people take long to take a liking to called see where if somebody insults me to the point where you know, I don't like it then I'm just going to see unblock you and so that's what I do and now it's become a thing where people actually spoke with somebody insults me and I say something back they always start instigating. See you. See you see get them. So that's become that's fun to me. I don't really be honest with you, you know, unless you say something really dead. About my family or me, you know in nasty. I really don't care but if you're going to be nasty on a constant basis, I'm going to block it. And and so that's what I do. But I like having fun on Twitter Twitter spawn. It should be fun and my top 100 list, you know. Minkah Fitzpatrick and the Pittsburgh Steelers went nuts cuz I didn't have them on there and okay get mad at one point. I was blocked by 3/4 of the Legion of Doom now my boom legion of boom. I mean, I was quite quite Sherman block me Kam Chancellor block mean I think if Tom is blocked, but it is what is, and that's one thing that I've always prided myself on and if you ask all the NFL Personnel people that I deal with in Congress if I rip you I'm going to face you. I will always face you I'm not going to hide from you. You know, it's just like when and guys will give me Grief, I remember one time I did. You know, I play out the season every year where I pick every game I've been doing that for years people started doing it too. But I did it for years or 1 year. I was traveling around to my camps and I got the Colts and I got in the car off with Ryan grigson who was then the general manager and he you know, he's a big imposing guy. I've known for a while and he's looked at me. He said oh and sixteen because I had picked the going so I looked at him said, yeah, you're reading that's good. I like it. I might be wrong. might be riding but you know what? I like the fact that you gave it to me, you know, I never minded that you know, Tom Coughlin was a maniac when I covered the Jaguars. I mean out-and-out Maniac you would call me and scream at me at my house and we get into it and when I left cuz I left to go to CBS wage what you said Sports Line in November of two thousand. This is my twentieth year. And he looked at me I look him. We walked over I shook his hand and I still was in Jacksonville, but I wasn't covering the beat any more. I shook his hand. said Tom had nothing but respect for you and he looked at me. Like I said, had nothing but respect for you and that's all you can ask for in this business. So yeah, this is my twentieth year now with this company, which makes me technically the longest tenured NFL guy at one site, which is pretty amazing is amazing. Do you think that's a huge key to your success that you've you've built trust not only with your viewer your readers and viewers, but people around the league that you're going to tell like it is you're honest going to give your honest opinion no matter what and you know, you'll talk to them about it after the fact. Yeah, like I know never shy to I mean like I can go back and tell us and he'll he'd laugh about this but Sean Payton, I used to always write things about it. What a great play-caller. He was I thought he was the best of business we had this great relationship. And then I wrote one thing when he got angry at a press conference after game because I didn't score points, but they won the game and Greg Williams was the toast of the town at that time. Yeah, and I wrote that and I flew home the next day got to Atlanta and I had a message on my phone and it's Sean getting mad. I called him back in 2 seconds. I said, are you kidding me all the time, you know, you know relationship was a little strained for a while, but then he realized and I realized really have nothing but respect for Sean Payton and I think he respects me. So I think that worked out the line. That's what she got to do. You can't hit I hate and run if you're going to hit go face it and I've always faced it. I've always wanted, you know, I'm not afraid to face it. I have nothing but respect for the guys I cover off. I always got mad they get mad they're going to get mad at you. But that's part of the business. 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"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

12:45 min | 6 months ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Impossible choices. Each week. We'll focus on a question raised by Cova Nineteen Willie decided to take my dad off the ventilator and give it to someone younger who needs it. We'll talk to the experts policymakers and leaders charged with setting guidelines and the frontline first responders who carry the weight of these decisions every day. It looks like a battlefield without blood. A war zone. Subscribe now on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen you mentioned Sarah Kusak. I should mention you guys just won. The New York Sports Emmy best play by play analyst. I saw it was the first time ever that a team of broadcast team for a sports team won the award together but obviously there was no emmys. Was it done? Virtually or how did that all go down? Yeah yeah it was virtually. Normally you wear a Tuxedo to the This was very different and I wore my underpants my underwear and that's how I watched the event it was. It was phenomenal. Did they send you the award? Not yet eventually. I believe I don't know maybe it's a virtual emmy. Maybe I'll never actually see the. I'd just have to put my laptop up on the table and to say yeah this this what an emmy would look like. It was really nice. Actually Yeah I was GONNA say. There's no way to ask this question without sounding like I'm disparaging which I'm not on any level but when you're a national broadcaster like you are you're doing. Nfl Play Games you doing. Nc Double A. Tournament you in the New York Demi. Is it still a special in his meaningful? Yeah it is and the reason I say that is because of all the people that I work with everybody on that crew. Care so much our producer. Frank Grace is one of the best producers. I've ever worked with any sport any network affiliation. He's that good at it. Takes such care in every broadcast so The amount of pride that we felt we had a text chain going with our nets crew and the back and forth that we had that night. That's ultimately what you care about. It is it's a team concept you're part of a team so to see everybody react the way that they did. And in the way that The night went at. That's what made it special and will always make special. I really enjoy the people and I enjoy the job. And that's why I've kept doing twenty six years doing the nets and there's a reason why I keep coming back. Yeah I was. I was a bad host and should've mentioned that you won the Emmy for your work with the Brooklyn Nets. I WanNa talk to you about the last dance. I'm sure you're watching every Sunday night. Like every other. What was your relationship at all Jordan? Obviously you were doing the nets back then when he would come to town did he. Did YOU HAVE ANYTHING WITH HIM INTERVIEWS SILO? I don did you have any interaction with Jordan at all. Yeah did Michael Cohen who was my first analyst on Nets radio played at North Carolina. And when Michael Jordan came for his recruiting recruiting trip to Chapel Hill his host was Michael. Coren so they form this bond this tar heel bond that carried over into Jordan's playing career in the NBA. So my first year doing radio what is what is Mike. Say he says. Hey you WANNA meet him. Yeah I WANNA to. I'm trying to think of the timing. That might say you know it year round this ninety four ninety five so that the year that he came back and loss to Orlando in the playoffs. So Mike says hey. Do you WanNa meet them. So maybe wasn't that might have been the year after that. He said you want to meet them so yeah of course so he brings me back to the locker room. Pre-game me Michael Corn and Michael Jordan and we hang out for I don't know fifteen minutes and it's just the two of them busting balls for fifteen minutes and you know Michael say you know this guy. He showed me around and then Mike going back at him. And that's the thing about Jordan. He liked it if you could bus balls back and he literally asked me what what's your deal. And he took an interest so I ended up being in his company a few times. But my timing was such that. I just started in the NBA. When the Bulls run was completing. So I I caught the back end of it and I had the good fortune of calling the NBA finals on the world. Feed so I did get to call a couple of those series. The Bulls Seattle Supersonics series. I called on the world. Feed and the goals Utah Jazz Series Brian. Russell push off game that series. I did for for the world. I'm huge in Indonesia. Jimmy not that I turn off the streets of Indonesia without a mob scene. I remember you telling me a great story. The last time I had about you and rafting the game I gotta go back and listen to that and remind you know what's Germane now to that. If there is a chance that that we have to call these Games off monitors in studio somewhere. I do have experience of done it for NBA Finals. I've done it for world basketball championships on the two that I mentioned. I was on site for for the Bull Seattle. I was on site for the Bulls Jazz. I was on site but I did the Miami San Antonio Series Ray Allen Big Three. That was from a studio in Secaucus. I did those World Championships Raff around from a studio in Secaucus. So it's doable. Yeah I would hope no network would ever do this but I would hope that if they did if you had a call the games that way they'd give me a little box in the bottom right hand corner showing the announces calling the game from the CEO. Because I think that could be some funny stuff there but with me and wrath Garrett Yeah Yeah I'm so the last dance. It's interesting because when it first premiered three weeks ago I I know that I know you don't tweet. But you have like the secret account where you keep up with thing burner witter you know. People were losing their minds and it became this whole like you know. I'm GonNa Faint the last answer so good. I can't wait and I've noticed the last couple of weeks now People sort of I got into Ken. Burns made a statement about how Disappointed that this is a partnership with Jordan. We're not getting the full story. What's your take on that? Yeah I understand it and if you're looking at it strictly from a journalistic point of view. You're probably going to be disappointed. There's not going to be a whole lot of balance. Michael Jordan is helping to control the narrative and that was part of the deal made to release this footage. So you have to understand exactly how it all came about. This footage has been around for many years now. It we're talking about twenty plus years and jazz now. We've seen a finished copy of a film that basically in ten parts has been put together and they're telling a story but it is just part of the story the enjoyment level that. I've gotten that I think a lot of people have gotten certainly people that were around at that time it's bringing back memories and for some of US seeing faces in the crowd in the media scrums and seeing younger versions of media stars now and what they were doing and what they were like. Look this is not going to be like your typical documentary. Because ultimately Michael Jordan had the yes or no on what was going to be put out there and once you suspend that part of your brain and you say hey I just want to enjoy it for what it is. I've enjoyed it and the younger fans have enjoyed it because it's given them a little window into the competitive nature and to what the NBA was all about at that point. But it's not telling all the stories it's not delving into everything it's giving Michael Jordan's perspective on what was happening at that point in his life. I gotta be open and honest if I opened up my brain to the fact that there are other people's perspective that may disagree but that's part of the deal and that's the only way we were going to get this version of those events. Yeah I guess I'm just I mean normally I always I mean I subscribe to the theory. That people are stupid so I shouldn't be surprised that some people don't get the fact that he's being interviewed throughout the documentary and we're seeing his footage that he allowed to be used. We're getting his perspective. Surprised this a surprise to people It's interesting I me personally. Even though this is from his perspective it's his point of view. I thought especially this week. It's hard to discuss this in context because to me the all time greatest NBA player. I'm sure he's kept the charities of quiet but during donated God knows how much money but when I watch it from a personal standpoint you know I I don't get the impression he's a great guy now. I don't have anything I'm just going off of like the stuff with twenty coaching. Try to make him miserable. The Constant Picking Jerry. Krause and cross can't defend themselves here and You know I thought you know even less. I mean the one thing that surprised me and I don't want you to comment on that because it's what I but here's something I I'm interested in your take on. I was very surprised how open he was in the last episode but how much he couldn't take the media anymore because to me the media back then is nothing like what the media is now and this is a guy who is universally thought of is the most mentally tough athlete of all time basically and he was basically buckling under the pressure of a few newspaper writers. I found that shocking. Am I reading that wrong on? No I don't think you're reading wrong. What I think is were applying. What would happen today? Compared to what was going on then you could control the message back then. A bit more other were less reporters. They were less people that were danger. Round but criticism is criticism and some people can't take criticism. Some people have a tough time dealing with it. And Michael Jordan created reasons to motivate himself. And even what some might consider the slightest of Knox and the slightest of critiques was enough to be a chip on this man shoulder. And take his competitiveness to the next level. Look what you're alluding to is correct. he doesn't come across as a great guy all the time and to me that's been valuable to see because his image was so protected back then he is flawed and I think he's acknowledged more so in this documentary his flaws than he had in all the previous years of living public life. What's interesting to me is if we take Michael Jordan if we take Kobe Bryant if we take Lebron James Three players at least during my time as an NBA broadcaster that were on a pedestal. And you could feel something was different inside an arena. When any one of those three players were participating there was just a different vibe. There was an electricity that you couldn't create there've been so many other great players but those three in particular would create this whole other dynamic Jordan. Did Not let you in he did. It was all about the image. I didn't let you know what his thoughts worried. And let you know where. He stood politically. He just chose not to go in that direction. Charles Barkley if you remember came out and said Hey. I don't WanNa be a role model and everyone well trolls. Hey Michael Basically said that in this last episode he just never publicly admitted it..

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CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

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"But he knows now he's got to turn around and play Davidson, which has defeated Carolina in recent seasons. So just keep an eye on that. And then Mr. little we talked about him on CBS sports HQ and hit after the game. I believe you can find that that recap that video on the site or on CBS sports app. If you want he continues to come off the bench. Roy told me on Friday. He's the best athlete I've ever coached, which is not that. That's I don't feel like ROY just toss us out that kind of stuff willy nilly. So I think that's a pretty high compliment. But from a basketball standpoint pair, she's just not there like he was not well coached before get into college. I think he's still learning and he made like a couple of bad plays early. You could just tell sometimes it's weird see an athlete like that. And you just say like just can't be on the floor in this game at this moment. And it was is the case there. I do think he's got to get a lot better line is really gonna be a final four contender. But I think overall collectively the defense is a bigger issue than the stuff with with the little which I think is driving a lot more of the conversation, and obviously some speculation. Yeah. It was interesting because. Jeff Goodman asked ROY about Nazir after the game. And ROY clearly wanted to use that as an opportunity to discuss something that had been written within the past week minder standing is that it was a Bleacher report report or column, and I remember seeing it in passing, but I did not read it. But I hope I'm not mischaracterizing. But this is the way it was described to me is that it suggested that ROY was holding this little back in theory to get him to make it where you can't leave for the NBA. And this is something that people have said before about specifically about ROY like that he doesn't like his freshman to flourish. Because if they don't flourish his freshman, you can keep them around. Well, I I would just say that's not true. Like, you don't have to be a great freshman basketball player to enter the NBA draft like little can actually play the same role. He's playing for the rest. Of the season. And I'm not sure that he will. But he could still enter the draft and he'd be a lottery pick. So there is no such thing as holding the little backs. I mean, you can you can limit as minutes bring out the bench, but you ain't keeping him out in the lottery. Raleigh doesn't have that kind of power. Marvin Williams was the number two pick parish came off the bench right NBA people to not care about this stuff. Like if you are a projected top five pick coming out of high school, if your freshman year goes, well, you're probably at worst going to be a lottery pick if it doesn't go. Well, you're probably at worse going to be a lottery pick because they're going to think that your coach. And there are exceptions to this galaxy being one, of course, he went late first round. But they're going to assume that you're cushion us, you the right way because often college coaches don't use. One in NBA prospects the right way. I mean, I love Tom Izzo as much as anybody. Watching. Jaren Jackson play every night. It is clear. They did not use him the right way at Michigan state. He's having a better season with the grizzlies as nineteen year old rookie, then he had at Michigan state. And so sometimes coaches just don't use players in a way that maximizes who they are. So the NBA people don't care what ROY Williams doing little. So the idea that he's holding him back. Just. Be like if somebody wrote a column saying Gary Peres holding a little back like I don't have that power. If the little wants to be a lottery pick he's going to be that thirty nine do about it. And there ain't nothing ROY Williams can do about it either. So Roy's asked about this or he's asked about in the seer..

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CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"It should probably be about Kentucky, regardless of outcome. We'll see what happens there. I. I think I'm just going to. I'm just going to be stupid and take both underdogs to win straight up. This weekend of the CBS sports. Classic Kentucky has enough to beat Carolina. It's got enough on the interior. Kelvin Johnson has been right there with Kobe white in terms of of the most impressive freshman on each of their respective teams. And he's been really really solid overall three point shooting is still not were Kentucky needs to be. But it's actually, you know in the past one or two games it's gotten a little bit better defensively. It's still it's the worst Kentucky team from beyond the arc calories ever had. So there is some concern for that. But but the hell man, you wanna get nuts nuts? I'll take Turkey to win in. I'll say along the lines of like eighty four eighty two in a good one. They don't need it. But they kinda need it. Because if you don't win this. It's not even like just a to pluck NC state, which doesn't need the wick Kentucky where it has a lot of, you know, NC state it's going to it's going to be game after game after game after game in the ACC of getting a really good opportunities Kentucky, we'll have plenty. But not nearly as many in the SEC, and it doesn't have as much non con heft victories. And after this UNC and then the next game is at Louisville. You would think it needs to split those, and I think UNC better than Louisville. But I feel like Kentucky has a better shot at picking off the tar heels, and it doesn't going in and being the cardinals on December twenty nine. So I'll take the Wildcats. I know there's I know you're not going to take them. Right. You're you're gonna ride with the heels here you're gonna take both favorites here on Saturday. Yeah. I'll take North Carolina to win. I think it'll be a competitive game. But I'll take North Carolina to to win the game. And I'm with you. If you're gonna try to split these next to I don't know what the point spreads will be on them. But I think it's more realistic in your current form. If you're conducting to go try to knock off a North Carolina team that. Yeah. Beacon zag. But yeah, also lost Texas. I think it's it's more realistic to try to get North Carolina on a neutral court. That'll probably be you know. Surrounded by more Kentucky fans than any other fan base than it is to to think you're going to go into to Louisville and beat Louisville. I don't know that Louisville's great. But I think the top thirty team I had twenty six in the top twenty five in one when I had to jump into state in it push Louisville down one spot. So they they're out now they would be twenty seven, but I think Lewis quality. Not. But I don't think I don't think is good as North Carolina. But I think you're better off trying to get. On a neutral didn't go into the yum center and try to pick off Chris max team. I agree. All right. So the last big thing that we should touch on here. Buffalo plays at Marquette on Friday. That's a great game of buffalo wins. We'll get into that. That's that's a huge game for Friday. No doubt about it. If they can remain undefeated that's going to continue to be an awesome stories. So that's on the radar but Saturday Kansas plays at Arizona state. Humongous opportunity for the sun devils and the conference there in which is just really going through it. We detail that on previous podcast if you haven't listened please go back and do so ASU has lost two of his past three though. Now, they were understandable says it was at Vanderbilt even though it wasn't as competitive as it should have been. It was it was at vandy and then loss on a neutral in a good game against Nevada. Can it get right? Because if it can't. ASU will be slipping quickly. And then Kansas still undefeated rob South Dakota on Tuesday guy to close shave win last Saturday against Villanova. What will it do? Without you joke as Buki will this be another case of Dietrich Lawson and Gerald Vic bailing the team out. Or do we see a big game from putting Grimes we've been waiting on it and waiting on? Devon Dawson has had some really really nice moments..

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No Huddle

01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Exactly right tell me cordell did you have any playoff wins and he play a couple of tips again you want to know more i got a little more foothold hold on that's what i'm that's what i'm saying that's exactly what i'm saying i want one of my two playoff games and you and i both at one more playoff games at him that's my whole point hasn't done it yet and i've i've been getting a lot of grief from adam shot cps monday nfl quarterbacks show that i do rich gannon shrink green i'm the only one that really would call it out and so you know what yeah he he he puts up some big numbers but i haven't seen him when the playoff game he's only been to one i think and he lost he hasn't been able to get that team people make all the excuses well you had some injuries and they didn't have a good enough team random and you know keep telling you all these wonderful things why he couldn't get it done well guess what now you've got a team he's got a opportunity any one of us current or former quarterbacks would kill to have the opportunity that he has right now now i'll tell you what i'll do it for one quarter of the money they're in play with that football team and they are built you said it right cordell if they don't win the super bowl i'm not talking about getting to the nfc championship are getting simple they don't want it it's not it's going to be a failure for him around the league with see berlin of cbs sports steve as you think about what's going on in cleveland they have a bevy picks once more and they have tyrod taylor to be the bridge quarterback still.

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No Huddle

01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"You're listening to the nfl on tunein as no huddle with brian weber and kordell stewart let's talk case keenum other quarterbacks we take around the league with steve berlin of cbs sports steve thanks for taking the time to join us again today on the nfl tune in what started minnesota financially what a win for kirk cousins but from the football perspective how much of an upgrade is cousins over what case keenum achieved and that breakout season last year minnesota well have great you know we do for in the case keenum was obviously a shock a surprise to a lot of people in in how well he did but what it did was it showed how good that football team is all the way around even despite the fact that they were minus their top running back dalvand cook also they played a lot of the year without a healthy stefan digs those guys are all going to be healthy right enroll this year with a team that has expectations not only to get to the super bowl to win the super bowl because now they've got their their real franchise quarterback supposedly now i've been saying all along i don't know if you guys know this or not but i've been saying all all throughout this whole process going back to last couple of years there's a rely believe why the redskins didn't find kirk cousins to a long term contract and i don't believe they felt he was a guy that could take them to the promised land.

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No Huddle

02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"By bud body of work which quarterback you think is going to be most impactful when they make it to the league you know thing most by saying that i haven't done all of their tape watching that all of intially due joseph yet you know i i certainly see the idea of you know the upside josh alan as that people talk about with he was you know quote unquote looked support he's huge he's got a canon prone arm he custody off the charts athletically a combine and that's the kind of thing that illegal tended to go forth but you know over the years the league has not really been all that good at evaluating quarterback that's why it has the highest bus rate in the first round uh you know anybody you know you take quarterbacks that are not necessarily traditional and you can find them and they can play really well you need to build your offense old browns gouda quarterback is and i think that if you look at that i mean i i love lamar jackson hughes i think if he went to the right offense of coordinator that knew how to build it offense around him and take advantage of everything that he can do then he would be the best player i'm just not competent that those off into coordinators necessarily exist in the nfl because they tend to just be risk averse and they've been looking for the same kind of treats and quarterbacks for years and i think that you know if you're looking at bat i would go probably with somebody more along you know descend arnold door joshua was a mind just because those are the kind of quarterbacks that that up at the coordinators or used to and those are the kinds of offences they're gonna design but if it were me and i could decided offense from scratch unduly building around the player skillset i think i would go jackson even if you do have the concerns about each quote unquote lighter than some of the other quarterback feel like they're retreating evaluating the blairs which i know the all are being evaluated uh but the young men coming out of ucf succeed griffin running a three eight in the forty million i wasn't admiral now have no right and he comes in in in gives 20 on the bench present to twenty and i got to be on.

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No Huddle

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on No Huddle

"With the cleveland browns and we know there's conversations above made me grab in a quarterback would sick want barkley ethnic was so di mi and dynamic in missed lask in his combine noone at they need a back as well give me your take on this may be one of the times where you end up seeing a running battle first in a very long time i think it's possible i don't necessarily noted that direction i go in there was a really good article over the weekend at epi nation about how even low there are some running backs that have been you know sh quote unquote trying to send in players that on average the guys in the top twenty they're basically just as productive as every other running back around the they average urged still carry over the last i think it was fifteen years or so that click it picking the top twenty average the same many orix precarious every other running back in the league and when you look at it the cost of those players for example you know he used a a jail navy seal elliott of the comparison jaylen randy one of the best quarterbacks in the league right now he's only something like the 25th highest paid corn back in the league but something credible value ezekiel elliott it's also one of the best running in the league but he's like the third highest paid running back right now for the marginal value of that position just isn't there even if you think berkeley is that kind of player you're probably not gonna be right just because teams are wrong in the draft more often than their right and just the the more he'll value cost for them at a condition where you know the league has shown that they can find productive running that's pretty much anywhere i don't know that i would go in that direction even if i think he's the best player draft a drink jared in my opinion a lot of the pro barkley sentiment also comes down to flaws connected to all the marquee quarterbacks and that's the keys in each year but we could pick apart all five of the potential first round quarterbacks if you want to include the more jackson not only based on what you saw over the weekend the com.

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No Huddle

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on No Huddle

"Working really well for them you know i don't know what it's gonna look like without showdown anymore so maybe they do need someone who was a little bit more counted but i don't think it matters that he's not necessarily the kind of guy that you know work whatever it is thirty plus million dollars a year that's really just tom brady and arron rogers is on that list but because of the importance of quarterback today at your appreciation at the right time that's just the money you get jared yuban cbs sports dotcoms our guest on the nfl on tune in jared teddy bridgewater still waiting for official confirmation from the league that he indeed we'll be your free agent let's presume that's true understanding he had come all the way back from the devastating knee injury but if he gets the marketplace how much demand do you think it would be out there for teddy bridgewater interesting question i think it depends probably whether teams are looking at him as a starter which i think he showed he could be before that injury or whether they're looking ahead him out of the back up you know he has another taliban i don't think there's any question there it's obviously a question of you know what it's gonna look like postinjury if they're the team that needs sort of like a bridge builder uh you know while they pick uh a guy on the draft i think he could be an interesting option there there's a team i saw loaded kansas city that you know is looking for a veteran guide that is going to be a high quality backup that could step in as a starter if you need them to i think that makes a lot of sense when do but i don't know if anybody is going to be willing to commit the end up like they're surefire quarterback of the future you know even though he was a first round pick up a few years ago when you have an injury like that is just so difficult to count on somebody like that.

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No Huddle

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on No Huddle

"Lotta money supposedly sixty million an efforts here maybe it's worth it but i think he would be a much better fit for minnesota german you mentioned team like the minnesota vikings we saw how well they played as to see without the star power at their position would would case kingdom come in in in in playing really well going eleven and three hasn't started on this football team and was a big party our success but when you look at kirk cousins this team is so good that they don't need a guy that has to come and get a mega mega bucks communism is to its pockets all they need is a guy they come in and jews be serviceable but good we made need him to be in my question is do you think kirk cousins who i think is at the mill in the middle of the pack of all quarterbacks in national football league do you think he's worthy of getting that type of money which could be something like moon scene of jimmy garoppolo i don't know that i think he is i mean it's basically just a matter of law with quarterback contract at this point when you come up for your deal if you're a starter quality quarterback at this point it seems like you just get the biggest deal in nfl history as long as you are up for free agency at the right time and he happens to be hitting free agency at the exact time with a bunch of teams that he quarterbacks and the cap going up like ten million dollars a year at his team has already found this quarterback for the next few years and alex smith so whether we thinking worth it or not he's gonna get that huge deal and i think you're right you know minnesota has shown that they do really well with a quarterback like you said it is not necessarily wanted to talk over the next no league but some of that within the context of cash rimmer schemed case came into position to be successful and took advantage of those teams and he found really good wide receivers and stuff on digs adam feeling and.

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No Huddle

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on No Huddle

"You want to act as their franchise and as the leaders of a franchise realized that the ultimate goal is to win a super bowl it is to to get the best possible team in the best possible coaching staff in place and i understand that maybe there are better options out there for the for the personnel involved here and maybe to work with john robinson but i'm not a big fan of how they handle you know letting malarkey flailing to win leading up to a playoff game after he's not you know every beat the jaguars and we seventeen and then you know it through the whole thing where there's rumors about him getting an extension they give avoided here they say that he's gonna end up sticking around and then he yanked the carpet out promoter of to me that is that is a telltale sign of dysfunction and and not a great process even if maybe the result is fine we'll bridget cbs sports gums our guest on the inability and it will last one for me another we've had a couple of days to process things what do you make of seats are qisas play calling for the falcons with the game on the line saturday night that shovel pass was interesting i'll say yeah that's that's that's what isis thing i've heard anybody say about that shovel past brian i i don't think that you're gonna i don't think you're gonna have a lot of people tell you that turkey did a great job with the play calling you know you go back and you were just talking strictly about the final possession there in the eagle's red zone i think you look at the first out at the fate or julio uh from the nine yard line and you can you can live with that uh maybe a little bit of a better throw ronald darby had very good coverage but have been a better throw perhaps we are brings you then we're not having the conversation the second down shovel pass is inexplicable i i don't think anybody could can justify it i i would i haven't i don't think sarkissian's talked about it but i would love to hear the justification of it you're bringing your turn reward your your third down running back and you you try and get cuba with it up the middle it's just you don't do that when you have.

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No Huddle

02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"If there down that at halftime and as much as i like the eagles defense i just think that the offense is not strong enough not stelter enough to really produce the points necessary against the viking defense and pierre frankly it probably starts with their calls what are you handle this situation with mike malarkey they're in tennessee when he's done a great job moves got his team to a position last year where they had a chance to go to to win a division angle to the postseason a quarterback it heard in a game against jacksonville and then this year they play well enough to be kansas city and arrowhead which is a tough place to play in they ran into a juggernaut out of a team in new england will yet lincoln any will come back now it comes back to days fired what's your take on that will yeah so i kind of look at the same way i look at health affairs ended up with mitchell trubisky i like the end result but i'm not a big fan of the process like i i don't want to mike milwaukee um go his bill done a of great things are the courage to say you know he was it off at the coordinator pittsburgh forever um you know i think i think he's gotten various coaching jobs exceeded expectations for that for a tightened team there had a lot of early picks but i think when you look at what happened with that often this year and you see sort of the step back that marcus mary is taken um the lack of early development and i get that it's it's uh it's perhaps an injury thing but with corey davis the wide receiver they took early and then you know dare kendari in a usage within burst market murray i like the idea i like the idea of bringing somebody like josh makino it doesn't appear that's going to be at auction for the titans which is kind of interesting and so that makes the process even more fascinating to me what john robinson and amy adam strong kid from the perspective of playing yoyo with michael larquie and might milwaukee came out was opened about us right he said hey you know this is affecting my family and not in a positive way i don't think that that's how you.

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01:58 min | 3 years ago

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"Swagger cradle that being like an egg and then so dragged on the sideline you you see god query scruples score off air helplessness cubans coffa yana concoct wastes strips tacconi there's this guy's it and make claes and what's interesting about it is how they matchup against new england because they really can you are potentially cover robbery class' either really can potentially kept pressure on tom brady was poor guys up front and they really are deep and talented and yong an explosive at every level that defense they just don't have a you know you could run on him a little bit but they don't have a huge week well can play also we'll brits have of cbs sports dot com well let's go through what we saw on saturday nick folz plate officially did you see enough in the win over atlanta to make you believe he can hold this offense together against the very tough minnesota defense in the afc championship game yes and no bryant i has to be liked it look credits eagles currency staff they did a tremendous job adjusting their radio doug peterson unleash the rpf goes on on the falcons events and they didn't know what to do and once they started moving the ball and had a lead they were able to really sort of lean ended that offense at manas big froth for philadelphia opened up holds all day uh down the stretch and i think that's what really help philly win the problem did i i see with with the match up against the the vikings is that just like the jaguars minnesota doesn't have a whole lot of weaknesses on defense you know we saw minnesota and it's sort of being lost and all the insanity remember we'll get to have the second but it minnesota shot down drew brees completely shut shutdown sean payton if you're a breach where the tire half a football before they exploded in the second half and made it a fascinating game i don't think that the eagles are gonna come back from seventeen nothing against minnesota.

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

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"And more or less i mean we're being honest booth jaguars coaches ran circles around and pants the steelers coaches and i look look i i feel have a good coaching staff but i don't think they showed up in a big way uh against the jaguars and i think a lot of that led to jacksonville coming out to a big lead poor execution by pittsburghers probably looking ahead to new england and jacksonville build enough to seal the deal greek term great because there's a couple status will brought to you that think that really dig tatum meaning that they are and think about how the force fumbles or even as interceptions for that matter twenty one interceptions 22 actually now with the one that we saw by miles jack twenty two interceptions big take two back to the house to have eighteen foes fumbles they have thirty recovered in of those thirteen they actually took six back to the house including a one yesterday how magnificent is this for defense they no one's really put them in the class of the eighty five bears defense and also that two super bowl defense that was about the baltimore ravens arabic cordiality bite put her in the class the thirteen see auction radio whenever they you know the basically what it means the jaguars aren't getting the same respect we usually throw around for a final fourteen that's playing lights out defense at this time of the year with a team like yes we saw this degrading know this one of the great defense is well it'd be really really good i dunno if that one of the alltime great these guys are not just technically sound fast explosive could russia passer can cover the best uh you know wide receivers no league but you're right they turn the ball over and they turned those those turnovers in the points but quickly not just can't play the ball and made no democracy and point they turned it all the take it right to the house the miles jack interception you're talking about that was beautiful i mean he he tiptap code your good neighbourly with the church swagger.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"You are listening to the nfl on two men facing no huddle withdrawing in the weber banned kordell stewart pleased to be joined by steve tasker the former bells receiver now game adults for cbs sports steve thanks for taking the time to join us again on the program we've heard so much over the years about the passion of the bills fan base can you articulate what makes him so special in your experience how went for you over the years playing an upstate new york well it is true i mean you can tell you guys are probably heard about how the build showed their appreciation andy dalton for throw noil touched down to send the bill to uh to the playoffs uh over one hundred thousand dollars have been donated is is foundation as a response from bills fans who donated seventeen dollars or so to to commemorate the 17 years they were out of the playoffs it didn't surprise me too much when that word got out that that might happen and uh it's uh it's a it's a different kind of atmosphere in buffalo because uh you guys probably know buffaloes not really a retirement destination so if you live in buffalo it's because you were born here and raised here for the most part and uh if you're born and raised here everybody knows a bills fan your family your friends your neighbors everybody and it's part of the part of the fabric of the community and because of that when good things happen uh the community really comes together it's uh it's pretty special place for that reason.

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

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"From teammates saw from uh uh everybody within the organization is so positive about his overall leadership ability and uh the way he handled of of very very difficult situation uh and then came out of it really uh establishing himself as a guy that can play in this league in so i think the colts come out of his sure sure was a very disappointing year only win four games but uh they do no going in two thousand eighteen that their quarterback position barring some kind of a setback from from uh andrew luck which i don't think anybody expected this point now that he's had all this time off they now know that they have not only their franchise quarterback but a quarterback at can step in and win games if he does need to play at all so i think they will feel very secure about the cornerback position uh first and foremost he 'berliner cbs sports is our guest on the nfl on tune in steve you played in jacksonville years ago when they were the expansion jagr's how do you think god for the doug merodehe of change the culture so much one season to go from three wins to the playoffs ouattara well i don't know how they do but they did it in a in a i i say that kind of sarcastically you know i don't know exactly what measures are the to them too but when i was in jacksonville for the first year the franchise i saw enough with tom coughlin know the way he runs his his kingdom so to speak and he in doug marrone are 100 percent on the same page at come from the same type of uh uh background philosophically in terms of what they believe are those although in them the most important characteristics of a good football team starts of being a tough physical team up front on both sides starts of being able to uh run the football and stop them on uh a man uh protecting the football and created turnovers zulu those of three main points good tom kaufman always use emphasizing uh he doesn't settle for anything less if he thinks she reliability and doug marrone field this whereas they they won't put you on the football field.

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