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"chris flunk" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

07:29 min | 5 months ago

"chris flunk" Discussed on Big Blue View

"Jodi. Leone joined by chris flunk to poor. Today's film break down episode after the giants. Victory their second straight win and win over the philadelphia eagles. We had some time to look back at the film on monday. We have some very interesting takeaways. We're going to discuss some key things that maybe you didn't noticed during the game and a little bit deeper than some of the general headlines that came out of the second straight win for the giants third win of the season. Chris the first thing. I'd really want to address here. Is what appeared to be after watching back this this performance the eagles coming in and assuming they could do whatever they wanted to establish dominance they. They came into this game thinking. It was the same dysfunctional giants that they were over the past few years. They didn't have to put much effort in and they would somehow find a way to easily win this game a little bit similar to how things worked out the last time. They played some of the things that really stood out to me was james bradberry their willingness to throw in his direction way more than some other teams do and then a lot of off coverage against darius slayton. That wasn't the case. Though they came out flat they thought they could just coast their way through this victory but the giants came out swinging it. Yeah they did you know. It almost looked like the eagles were still on their bye. Week and granted given the recent history. In this rivalry. You could see how they could think stat but honestly he did not look at all prepared to play this game at least outside of their defensive line which is the thing we'll get to but there were a bunch of units all across the eagles roster where they just looked flat. They did not look prepared. They did not play well and they had a ton of penalties miscues mental mistakes and they did almost as much to beat themselves as the giants did to beat them right now. Is the big thing that we had previously discussed on the quick take show. It felt like a lot of the issues that the eagles were dealing with. Were them shooting themselves in the foot. But now take this. This look deeper. They just look underprepared. They looked like they assumed that this was an easy coast win that they are in the driver's seat for the nfc east end because of it because they're the best team in one of the worst divisions in the nfl. They could just walk over the giants with their game. Plan another thing that also really blatantly stood out to me is how they paid such little attention to the giants. Run game. i we gave props to the giants offense of line for blocking really well on these rushing plays and i don't want to take away from that. I don't want to detract from that. But it was very clear. They assumed with their base defense. They could just stop this giants rushing attack. And because of it jason garrett put the pedal to the floor and said we are going to run the ball down your throat up the middle the entirety of this game and it worked really well. They picked up a lot of really big rushing plays because of that and that willingness by jim swartz just come out and play. This really soft defensive game plan. I think was the biggest reason why the giants were able to do better than they. Typically do offensively. Yeah i don't wanna say they played a lot of light fronts because Nfl next gen stats with their player tracking. They they keep track of. How many heavy fronts or eight plus man defenders in the box a running back season winged almond actually saw eight defenders in the box on half of his runs. However the eagles linebackers were just not coming up to fill their gaps. They were not playing downhill. You know almost all game long. It seemed like they were just kind of standing in one place at the second level. They weren't quite sure what to do at any one time. And gaughman hits the line of scrimmage so hard so fast that he was through the whole before they could even think about coming up to fill it. Yeah exactly all all. That stuff helped this giants offense in their performance. They ran the ball so effectively and are one offense of point that we wanted to discuss today from watching. The tape is a much better performance from daniel jones and we wanted to break down why he might have had one of his best games of the season. So per pro football focus. He was the highest rated player. Yesterday for the giants he also had a tremendous day throwing with a clean pocket. He was eighteen for eighteen throwing with a clean pocket. So that's another thing too. They were the eagles did not have an intent to attack daniel jones. They made very minimal effort to cause some serious disruption. They were trying to bank on their original four man front to do a lot of that work. Eighteen passing attempts with a clean pocket is a lot of passing attempts to not be seeing pressure so because he had a much cleaner day he had less guys coming at him he was able to be a little bit more relaxed and on top of that he was able get the ball out a lot quicker than usual. Yes and a part of that is due to the eagles coverage calls like they were playing. A lot of off coverage is a lot of soft coverages. Unfortunately at the time we were recording this the the. Nfl hasn't released the coaches tape. The all twenty two tape yet so. We can't actually say where the eagles safeties were. I'm confident they were on the field but they did not show on most of the tv angles so they were very out of position to do much of anything. I can sort of understand the soft coverages after the giants. Burn them with the read option in the first game and you wanna be able to have your secondary imposition to have. There is in the backfield but with playing against receivers like the giants have sterling. Shepard darius slayton golden tate yet giving those guys three releases not doing anything to disrupt their routes it. That just makes it way too easy. Yeah there was limited disruption and we talked about. I mentioned very briefly earlier. There was a lot of coverage. There is a lot of soft coverage in that allowed for a lot of quick cuts by receivers hitting a lot of really simple short routes. That was big. And i. I also noticed a willingness by daniel jones to hit that that i check down option before he chose to wait for things to develop downfield some of the biggest issues that we've dealt with with daniel jones and that is frustrated. The hell out of us is watching. Daniel jones back sit in the pocket in wait too long for plays to develop downfield them not developing and him getting hit or them developing but because pressures coming at him he throws off platform leading the turnovers instead he was hitting some guys that were running..

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"chris flunk" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"chris flunk" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"They call it, C., s fifty. The, entire courses on there, including course wear coursework quiz is. If you can get through CS fifty, and it's fast. It's for Harvard Freshman, but if you can get through that, you'll have a much better idea of what you like and what you WanNa do. I just I think. For, now it's hard. It's it moves very festive advantages. You're watching on video. You can pause it. You could think about it. Maybe find some other people who are doing to. That's one of the great things about eds. They have forums associated with each class so a few. There's a concept you go I. Don't know what they're plenty of people. Usually maybe many thousands of people in there that you could say I don't get it to teaching assistants or in there as well. So and it's free. You pay for if you want a certificate, the certificate meaningless. you might eventually want the certificate because. You could then use it to get a job. Perhaps, but that's where I would start. That'll give you a broad overview of the computer of computer science. Okay and then you get a sense of what your interested in there's lots more places to go, but the beauty of this you can sit down right now this minute soon as you get off the phone and watch that on your TV. And Or your web on your laptop on the website, and and that's really great. Harvard's see s fifty. don't be intimidated because it does move quick. It's for really bright. You know college freshmen, but it doesn't assume any knowledge. Okay, and then, and then after that. If you say I'd like to get into it, for instance, there are plenty of places we are sponsor it. Pro Dot TV has very affordable memberships that you can watch all. They have all the certificates, so you could get a certificate. Get a job and they also do career guidance, so you could say well. I like this. I like that I WANNA do security. I WanNa do I like machines. I WANNA learn that you know what Chris Marquardt worst used to work at HP. You've been a while. Hasn't it Chris? But, What would you say if somebody smart guy looking do a new career? It was fun. Working in computers wasn't and he's be come top, but. Oh Yeah It was fun, and it taught me a lot about the business world and about project management, and all these skills I can now use for. For what did you study computer science in school? Is that how you got to do it? No no I, think I. Know I know you didn't I know you? Didn't how about you Chris? I I did, but I but I flunked out before I. got my so there you go there, you go craig. Chris flunked out. But he's still got a job at HP doing it more. That may be changing, but almost everybody I know in technology. Didn't I didn't make it through. College didn't make it through. College dropped out including Bill Gates Steve Jobs. This is the this was the norm that yeah..

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"chris flunk" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

15:59 min | 1 year ago

"chris flunk" Discussed on Big Blue View

"On Wednesday January eight one day after after. I guess what we could call Joe Judge Day for the New York giants the day that the giants very surprisingly wound up hiring former New England patriots special teams coordinator Joe Judge as their next head coach. What a day yesterday was really giants his fans? You know the day started considering or thinking that Matt Rule of Baylor was going to become the head coach. That rule was going to interview and was the prohibitive favorite than we suddenly find out. That rule wasn't coming to the giants after all that he was going to stay in Carolina except a massive contract offer their in before we could even wrap our heads around that we found out that the giants had actually offered the coaching job to judge judge and had actually begun negotiations with him at some point on Monday so really really interesting day end. Look what we did a pole at big blue. I know that that people are a little bit crazy at this point. A little bit shocked at how this worked out. I didn't even know who joe judge was until his name showed up on the giants list of candidates. You know that they were going to talk. Talk to this really is an out of left field kind of hiring for the giants. It's it's a hiring. No one would have expected a week week or so ago when the giants decided to move on from Pat Shurmur and search for a new head coach. But you know in the end we did a pole at the big blue view and we found really really mixed reaction to this higher a more of a mixed reaction and we generally get from from the polls that we do pretty evenly split all the way through when we asked people to grade the higher from a through F lots of BS and CS in pretty close to fifteen percent gave it in a pretty close to that same number actually gave it an f. You know the failing grade so people are caught off guard Argh here. They're not quite sure what to think in. Listen the reality of it is the way that I look this is we. Were not in the room. We did not sit there and listen to what Joe Judge said to John. Mara in Steve Tisch in Dave gettleman woman. We didn't hear that interview. We only heard that he was very impressive. We don't know what any of the other candidates said. We don't know what kind of impression they left what we know here is that the giants have been mostly down for the last eight years and none of us knows how this hires going to work out. We were optimistic. When the giants hired Ben mcadoo we were optimistic when they hired PAT firmer? Those things didn't work out. Nobody knows how this one's going to work out. I'm not going to sit here and tell you it was a great hire. I'm not going to sit here and tell you it was an awful higher. What I'm going to say is this is a guy that bill belichick was very very very high on? This is a Guy Bella chick was grooming to eventually take over as New England's offensive coordinator. This is a guy who has worked for several years with Bela check for several years. Before that with Nick Sabin so this is a guy who at the age of thirty eight. It is very well trained. He's worked for two of the best coaches in the business. This is a guy who knows his stuff in his highly highly respected by the people who have worked with him. So what what I like about. This higher is kind kind of something that I've actually said about Dave gettleman in the past and I'm not saying this is a gettleman higher. I I always remind people that giants ownership ship makes this final decision on who is going to be the head coach. Dave gettleman might recommend he might agree. You know he he might. I don't know who put the giants candidates lists together even. We're not sure if some of those guys were John Mara some were Steve Tisch somewhere Dave gettleman or if the list was done by Cattleman or who it was who it was put together by but this is an ownership decision. So let's not say. Oh Dave Dave gettleman hired this guy so it can't be a good move. The one thing I've always said about gentleman is love him or hate him. The one thing that I do respect respect is that he thinks for himself he doesn't simply make decisions based on. What the media or the fan base or the NFL analysts or whoever you know think he should do. He views. The situation views. The talent give us the offers in the opportunities opportunities in he makes his own mind. And I've always admired that about gentleman whether I've liked his decisions or not. I always liked his independence in his willingness to think for himself. In in this case I like the fact that the New York giants did something outside the box they did something unexpected. This is a conservative organization that it has always had the tendency to make the conservative move to make the move looking inside its own organization nation staying with people. It was comfortable with or familiar with staying with sort of the status quo type decisions if the expected respected sort of path at in staying with sort of the traditional approach to doing things in what the giants have done here. Maybe partially even keeping gentleman is sort of fly in the face of public opinion. They have thought outside the box. This with Joe Judge is a swing for the fences here. It's an absolute swing for a home. Run it may blow up in their faces. It may end in a spectacular or failure but if bill belichick is right about the future of Joe Judge about what he thinks. Joe Judge from everything that I've read and heard that Belichick has said regarding this this young head coach than this guy could end up being a spectacular failure. The New York giants giants very much need someone who can lift their organization someone who can energize this team mm someone who can energize an organization. That's been down for too long a fan base. That's been frustrated for too long. Maybe Joe Judges that guy. Maybe maybe he isn't. We will find out but I give the giants a ton of credit here simply for the idea that what they did was was go outside the box outside their comfort zone. Try something different. Take a big swing here at something that might change change the direction of their organization. Alright giants fans. I hope that you've been following our coverage at big blue view as we've covered this this particular killer story a little bit later on here We're going to bring in both Chris. Slum of Big Blue View and marks Goldfield Goldfield of big blue view in also pats pulpit several different places around espy nation. We know mark is a quarterback Guru and a New England Patriots Fan. Dan So we'll get we'll get his take. We'll get Chris's take on the situation before we get to Chris. I did want to say one more thing about about Matt rule in about that situation. There's a lot of people. Criticizing the giants for not matching the offer for the Carolina Panthers made for Matt Rule endless than. Here's my take on this. I've I've said it on twitter and people have criticized me for this. Look you know. Matt rule might have had an interview scheduled with the giants but first and foremost the fact that he went to Carolina. I tells you that may be the giants. Were not his first choice after all and for me. Listen in when you interview for a job. What met rule did here was go to Carolina interview with Caroline liked? What he heard liked the mega offer that he got from the panthers and I don't blame him for taking that offer but listen it doesn't but then he took that offer in and he turned around and he contacted the giants and he said this is the offer that I have from the panthers? Will you match this offer. And he did this before he had walked in the giants building before he hit interviewed before he had met with John. Mary Dave Gettleman. In Steve Tisch and Kevin Kevin Abrams who were waiting for him in New Jersey. I'm sorry folks. This is not how it works. You don't say I have this offer. Will you match Shit before you've even interviewed. You can't expect the New York giants to to match offer. Say Yeah we'll give be that much money or will give you more before we even had a chance to sit in a room with you and talk to you about what you WANNA do. And whether you're a match for our organization mutation it just doesn't work that way so I am not in any way shape or form going to criticize the giants for not matching that offer offer for passing on Matt Rule and for moving on to a candidate that they were very impressed with. Will it work. I don't know maybe blows up. Maybe it works out great. We'll have to see but I am not going to criticize the giants for refusing to match an offer to Matt rule when they hadn't even had a chance to sit in a room with him. Alright giants fans. Let's get to a chat. That I had with with Chris Followed by a chat that I also had with Mark Scofield as we continue to talk about about the giants hiring of Joe Judge as head coach. Alright giants fans. I am joined now by big. Blue View Cohort. Chris flunked those of you who Who listened to the Chris? ENJO- show here on big blue view. Radio know that Chris Chris Usually Co hosts a show with big blue views. Joe Daley own but the JOE unfortunately is off. You know doing a silly. The thing like performing at the college gridiron showcase trying to have a pro football career so so Chris is left with is left stuck with me. See here for a few minutes on Valentine's use podcast to offer some opinions on Joe Judge so so Chris how you doing. I'm doing pretty good. How you doing ed all right? You feel a little bit lost without without Joe. I'd say it's a little bit odd but yeah yeah he let him go down play Hooky in Texas. Whatever you know I mean the kids trying to have a pro football career? I mean I'm I suppose we can't be mad at him for that now. Not at all so listen I wanNA talk about about the giants hiring of Joe Judge abviously And this was a real surprise for the giants. You know folks at this point have been listening. They they know where I stand and I wanted ask you. You wrote about judge the day before we found out that the that the giants would actually hire him. And I don't think any of us. It's really saw this coming but in your research about judge in in what you learned about as you did that piece. What was it that really intrigued? You in in Major. Think that maybe he was a legit candidate for this job. I would say actually. The fat is a special teams coach yet. Normally pretty much. Every team is going to look at either offensive coordinator or Defensive Coordinator for a head coaching position. You don't don't get too many special teams coaches getting interviewed. And we have seen some discussion as to whether or not that. Good or will change after the ED hiring of judge. I think that might depend on how he does. But just the fact that the giants went outside the box they went outside of their comfort zone. That kind of suggested to me that there was more there than just. Hey let's check out this other ballot check guy. It was an outlier and I thought what that really needed digging into yet. It's it's definitely an interesting move by the giants We've obviously seen in mixed reaction to it. I mean honestly. I didn't know who joe judge was until he showed up on the giants candidate list. I'm not sure you did either. I know a lot of giant advanced. Didn't I've I've seen the opinion that that maybe this is early for judge to become a head coach. He's he's thirty eight years old old. But what is your reaction the way this played out to the giants winding up with with an untested untested unproven. Obviously young you know new head coach of the giants in the NFC east the other three head coaches have all at least been to the Super Bowl and you you have the giants with Joe Judge. WHO's never coached a game on his own as a head coach? So what's what's your reaction to this sort of the day. After the whole thing is just surprise it I I was actually working on another piece about rule going to Carolina when the judge news basically blindsided all of us. Yeah I thought he was a legitimate. I thought you would probably get looked at in a second round of interviews. The fact that he was hired before the interview review process was even completely concluded too. I think everybody by surprise. I think time will tell list whether or not this is a good higher. I think it's a higher. I'm optimistic about at least cautiously optimistic. I I do believe in agree that a special teams coordinator is a lot more like a head coach than either an offensive or defensive coordinator. He has to deal with the guys from both offensive and defensive backgrounds. He has to perform and get his players to play with Disciplined and all of those things you want out of a head coach do it in high leverage situations and they only get get one chance to be right. They don't get three downs.

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"chris flunk" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"chris flunk" Discussed on Big Blue View

"Six years since avert has been around. But you only need to listen to one the latest one to get caught up on everything. In tech news virtuous is on apple podcasts. Spotify everywhere else. You listen to podcasts. Check it out. Will welcome TV. The big big boy podcasts. I am Dan Zuta joint here by Chris flunk? Chris how you doing today? I'm doing the specially well today we have fries for everyone. We do. We have a guest someone who's going to break down a bunch of wide receivers with us and that is net Hormann writer analysts of Yahoo. Sports dot com also known for reception perception, which you can find on fantasy footballers dot com met. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much guys. And yeah, I mean, this is obviously the perfect podcast to be talking about wide receivers as as this particular team is very much in the news right now for for big wide receiver, moose, I think we will have a lot to talk about a lot of different angles on pack. Your this morning. You had said you didn't wanna spend an hour on your own podcast trashing the giants. So we thought you give you ours. I appreciate it. Yeah. I don't wanna I don't wanna spend an hour. Trashing the giants on my own podcast. So I'll go on different ones and like spend fifteen minutes here fifty minutes there. I think that's a much healthier way to go about it. Yeah. Well, we we spend quite a bit of time doing that. Especially over the last couple of weeks. So let's start with what has gotten us to really talk about wide receivers because about a week ago. We wouldn't have thought why receiver would be something the giants would need to think about but it will be going forward. So let's start with Odal Beckham. Now, I think one thing when you of cover a team, I think is especially to fans you kind of lose context around what else is going on league wide. So you kind of over look some of what is happening on your team. So just as someone who wide receivers more as a whole just tell us how rare owed L Beckham junior is. I mean. I mean, unbelievably rare, which is why this trade is so startling an especially given what they got form, which I know. Dave Gettleman quotes were hitting the Twitter timeline this morning, and he was pretty much saying it was an offer they couldn't refuse. Dave. I mean, I think you really could refuse amid first-round pick the not just the earliest Brown's third round pick. But the the second third round pick that they owned this coming year and a box safety who's basically just the downgraded version of the guy. You just let walking free agency. I think you could probably have have refused that offer. But again, that's just my opinion. But going back to Beckham I mean, yeah, this is a player that I don't say this for too many players, but he is on a clear hall of fame trajectory, and I say this for not many players in the NFL either in terms of wide receivers. They're very few guys that I think actually truly dictate coverages, you know, obviously beyond just your vertical threats who make teams adjusts. Deep down the field passes that are gonna be coming from teams number one receivers at really dictate I have to double these guys on a decent portion of their routes..

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