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"What's up everybody is you and skipping meals David Hatfield joining this week is Tina mini everybody just Davis. Scoop and friend and SAM clayborn. We've got a great show for you this week we're going to talk about. The crazy crazy crazy deal about spiderman being exclusive to playstation. In Marvel's AVENGERS WE'RE GONNA flip through the August nineteen ninety issue of video games and computer. Entertainment. But I. Really all you need to know right now is that spunky to is finally finally coming out, September fifteenth just over month away I couldn't be more excited listeners and my friends on the show have long long heard me talk about how much I love love love spunky. Maybe my favorite game of all time cheese maybe I don't know why does it need sequel? Doesn't necessarily need one, but the like I, I. You know spunky. So brilliant and they've spent so much time making the sequel like I'm really excited to see you know how do you with with this one and what? During their, how deep they're going to get maybe they'll go so that they a lava world. You, what do you want different in this game? Necessarily different but I mean just play spunky I can't believe. We're still talking about this. You don't want the game he don't own a to do extra. This is the problem is that people like you demand sequels and they should be made everything was fine. I was I was never demanding a sequel I've been excited for the sequel though it was announced we've had to edit these episodes several times to remove your demands they're getting increasingly. Violent. My demand for this game increases. If you're if you're an Egyptian prime subscriber, you dame, it's eighteen minute weekly rant on spunky to yeah they go to edit editor. Yup you can download them. Eric while you're excited for this game looks like it has more digging. Know. It's all about systems. Interacting with each other in in unexpected surprising things on your quest to reach the end of the game. So I'm just excited for all the new stuff that they're going to add to the game. Off many many different ways to unexpectedly die during a I love spunky and. I was just joking about all that before I think the cool thing about spunky is the thing I like about Mario Brothers Games where it's like. So focused on secret stuff and as people discovered all the secrets. That that probably alone gave me hope that this game would just be like just full of like crazy cool Meta difficult things to accomplish. That that's why I needed a sequel, you catch all the seeking discover all the secrets you need more secrets. To. Shoot up date. They're like we added a bunch of secret stuff. That's the patch notes like that's the patch. This passes a secret. Good candidate for guides him. It is it is although it's kind of a it's really hard to write guides for Rogue Lakes because I'm you can kind of like classify like eventually with speeding this game became really interesting spunky because. You know there was like a type of orientation of the first level that like made sense to not restart on I think. That's really cool. Right. People basically start breaking the game to figure that stuff out but otherwise, you just gotta be like. You might see a snake. Not If. You know there's there's like a shortcuts to people could take that are built into the game that aren't yet I don't break the game. Yeah. You can tell people never to pick up certain weapons and stuff like that I. Think there is a There's an element to that type of strategy guide writing, which is interesting because there's there's a there's a public out there that I know people don't don't expect this. But it's true that just read from start to finish a game skied while they play it and I did that when I when I was a kid rock Tynan skied and didn't lessen my enjoyment of the Game I. Love The indepth page by page look at all the stuff in this game aspect that guy and people like that. So that's different from like a spunky guide readers like here's some tips. Good luck. And then apparently also. The Sony State of play today it was announced at Alan wake is coming to control DLC. Correct, but we don't have more information than that. Yeah. Honestly. I had like a I haven't been able to watch state of play in its entirety myself, but it was narrated to be my friendly gears. He makes an appearance and it has been long speculated that the DNC in meant in question would be across over with Alan. Wake. So this kind of confirms it but apparently, the trailer did not divulge much more about like. Easter kind of character or is this going to be like a playable character or villain may be and I? I guess I didn't catch this while I was playing control but I suppose or maybe I don't remember but I suppose we're a lot of references to a writer. So that's why we're the relations coming
"Whatever they welcome. Is you in Games Cooper Murals? Hadfield joining me this week is Tina Amini Acrobatic Sam clayborn I m renaissance with this week. Oh. Hello, there and we've got a great show this week. We're in talk. About Marvel's avengers. Read talk about EA doubling down on Star Wars but I. Today is Cyberpunk Day. And I actually had my my my body, a modified to be more of a Cyborg with this hit his head implants on top of my head that that throwing by a very special message for the viewers of this show we've. Got An augment to. She's partial. Sprouted out nowhere finally found my ripper doctor. They installed this this whiny, but also very affectionate cat. cattails anybody in that game I'm going to go. Yeah. Hopefully everybody's got to see the night city wire presentation earlier today. Actually Miranda got to play. The game got to play four hours of CYBERPUNK which is very very cool, so. As I understand it Miranda at the beginning of the game. You have to choose one of three different locations to get yourself started in. Is that right? Yes, so you actually choose one of three identities that Kinda like for your personality, little bit as well so you can choose no mad, which starts to outside of my city in the badlands, just kind of like this big dessert area that's just philosopher nomads, and like different groups of people been behalf, the corporal, which is like the corporate path, and so you're kind of an Asshole, you live in late. The corporate skyscrapers USA There's nobody. To people. Have Ryan chosen incidents of videos and then. To do. We had on our PREPO show. Yeah. The third one is a street kid like you kind of night. This other area and there's a couple of bars clubs in that area that you start in so those three places have completely different starting quests, 'cause they're related to your background so like with the Corporate Staff Ryan about this bunch is about like you're working. You're their boss like all of this other corporate drama. I don't really I. I didn't play that one. I was just like man I. Don't WanNa do that. The for the nomads. You're kind of like this rundown town and I guess with the nomads a usually stick with your with your group, and your character has kinda split off on his or her own, and they are kind of going through this town, and the sheriff is just like. Get Out of here, so It's not a very friendly place, so you're trying to figure out how to get into night city. Then you meet up with Jackie to go on your quest, and so regardless of what you choose, you always meet with Jackie to do something, and then once you fulfill that you get tonight city, so it's not super long. I think it would maybe take. Maybe thirty minutes to get through that part. I was doing the thing that I do which is like I've been a look at everything in here. There's not a ton and drive. Everywhere I do too late to the edge of the map. which whenever you get there within haven't talked about yet. was it? It's like yet the map and then it just turns you around. So where I was it was desert okay I'm sure it'd be different other places, but at the end of the math also prompted a loading screen spirit, and that also could interested for the preview belt who really knows but like loaded me back in? It's like no. No, no, you can't be here. and. You're like walled off as a in the desert like its own thing. So I'll assuming silk. There's like a a border patrol to actually go through like you can't just drive up tonight. City from the badlands like you have to get the checks by security. And that's actually what kind of kicks off. A big part of the quest is that you're trying to smuggle something thorough. And the thing he smuggles early cool. I don't spoil it for you. Guys so that was a really neat way to get kicked off. Those kind of like a scoop related topic that we always talk about about streaming games. Are you allowed to talk about your preview setup for this? One said that I couldn't. I. I was curious logistically how you played this game. Yes, so they've I. Try to use this another streaming program and I hadn't heard of previously and I don't think it really just worked out. We tested with the witcher answer that we tested with G. Force now which is been around for a very long time. They had like the shield forever ago. I remember before I was eating working at Gen like seeing them reveal that so I just since that tech is so old and they have it It seemed like work super well. I didn't have any yeah. I didn't have any issues as far as like. Notable latency or anything? I was like a really strong connection. To which is another thing? We tested beforehand
"What's up everybody? Welcome ties you and game. Few team at Hadfield joining me. This week is Tina Amini deposes back. It's back does scoops. Johnson Davis Scoop and SAM clayborn. What's on your Hatfield today? I'm starting to the campaign The Game I was gushing about last week or not tunnel castle has been removed from the Nintendo e shop on switch even though it did nothing wrong. It's an amazing game needs to come back Switch so I'm starting the campaign. Eternal Castle did nothing wrong. Didn't show a bunch of blood or something like pixellated blood. It wouldn't I don't even think would have been red. Blood is pixellated I don't understand what that means but we do have a great show for you today. Lots to talk about lots of really fun. let's emails to get through. But I Tina. I know you've been working a lot on summer of gaming. Brigham and now Our schedules out in public. That everyone's gotten a chance to take a look schedule. It's all kicking off next week teen. Is there anything you want to like? Highlights or like make sure people are aware of when when when do people need to start tuning into our coverage? Absolutely I mean yeah next week June fourth but you know full disclosure. We reserve the right to move things around as necessary. I think a lot of people are you know making announcements and catching up with their own assets and their own team figuring out work from home scenarios. So it's important to for us to stay nimble. Which is what we've been doing as we've been planning this whole thing and making lots of shifts and turns but as far as highlights First and foremost is the first time that I actually putting on a press conference of our own and not just that. But we're putting on three press conferences. We're calling them. Aegean Expo That's gene fifth. June eighth June ninth. So it's all exclusive content. Some of it is actual game reveals Some of it is the developer interviews along game. Play that you're familiar seeing from us during normal three during normal June time frame but I think the other big thing to know is it's kind of impossible for us to be like completely transparent about everything that we're working on because we're still working on it so there's lots of other to come so it's as full schedule as we could get ready for. Public is just to give people an idea of what's to come in the show and get excited about things that they're personally looking forward to But lots of big updates like from blizzard and xbox and a lot of those a big people that you like seen games from had something here that I thought was really cool about this E-3 Is not just about the big press conferences. When you got three you discover games. You see a bunch of cool stuff on the floor. And that's the stuff that I feel like. We have the unique obligation to show people like. Yes you guys are. GonNa be able to see these big conferences. Were carrying them. We're going to be awesome stuff on those and those games are gonNA cover too. But I don't think there's anybody else that has the stuff that we released at Over the past couple of days are schedule has a something for everybody. It has games That only this people that like this show will like games that people that I would never play for everybody. And that's how he three should be seriously like there's a lot of people out there that are going to be. You know a watching these big stream streams this summer but like check out what we have. We have cool stuff to show a lot of lot of NEAT nexgen games. You've never seen before on that note. I can t something for the Games that we haven't talked about publicly yet Which is yeah. We're trying to be as inclusive as possible if you like. Vr Games we'll be VR games con content. There like any games will be plenty of indie games as well And we're creating a new segment around our dear friend Tom Marks where he'll be highlighting You know hidden gems essentially That you might not otherwise have been able to see if you were just paying attention to a big conference and that is a big part of like us being able to go to these events discovering games that are harder to Come above the fold of the big squaring drops and the big Sony drops. So it's going to be like his segment that he's creating on his own And hopefully identifying some some cooler lesser known games up post. He really is. I mean you know. Bow Ties and pies aside. He's still the very best even beyond that.
Lafayette 148 New York: Fantastically Vertical
"We are a global luxury lifestyle brand Led by women for women and the whole purpose of starting. The company was to be a vertical operation vertical. Meaning that we make everything ourselves So from start to finish we. We're able to control the process of manufacturing as well and you know we although we were founded in New York City. The company sort of outgrew the building and also knew that. We wanted to reinvest in some retail and in order to do that A. and Being a privately owned company. We're quite conservative. We decided to if we moved over to Brooklyn our rent. When I started the company it was nine dollars. A Square foot Twenty three years later it was ninety dollars a square foot so expensive so kind of expensive. So we we just you know. How do you re- reinvest in Your Business Model? So you know the number one expense for the company. Is the product the number two expenses? The people and number three was the rent so we went for number three because we didn't want to touch one into And found mazing hundred thousand square feet in the Brooklyn Navy Yard which is eight minutes by Uber from Lafayette Street and we collectively made a decision that this was great and we went to save money. But what we found was being on one floor completely changed the communications and the dynamics of how we work as a group so the culture which I think in today's world is such an important part of a business Our culture got better. It was good but it got great. Can you talk a little bit more about being a conservative business? Because I think a lot of people think about financing immediately when they're starting a business lately but but you haven't touched much of that well you know the first five years were really hard for the company and so not being Not Having the capital investments that may be other people had. We had to learn to live within our means. So what we would do. Is You know what we make. We would reinvest into the business. And so what what does is your growth is is more organic. Because you decide how you're going to grow how you're gonNA invest in in different areas when you want to grow and you don't WanNa you know. Look we all make mistakes? There's always a percentage of rnd and things that happened in in our business that you didn't predict but you know definitely we thought we needed a million dollars to start the company and ten million later we ran out of money and that was weird ca fears. You know the first five years Taught us a lot about what we didn't want to do in the future and you had to co-founders in the beginning I did and the Chinese AMERICANS SO MR and Mrs Sue were husband and wife team that manufactured clothes for me throughout my career Working at La's clayborn Donna. Karen Dana Buckman. So they were always there. They were always that jacket factory and yours needed great jacket in our industry That I could count on. You know they. They might have not been the cheapest factory because they were in New York City but they were reliable. Their quality was incredible and they were really nice. People that you could count on and so that relationship I kept throughout all the years whether or not I made close with them. 'cause it eventually. I moved to Hong Kong and started working for Germans and Italians and they didn't WanNA manufacturer New York so we just stayed friends and when it came back they asked me if I wanted to start a business with them and just the thought of not having to travel all over the world finding cheaper factories and being able to control the quality. The delivery the products Was Right up my alley. And they were just amazing. People that moved to America when they were in their teens they are forty years in America. They were you know They were that generation. Just like my parents were that came to the US to sort of you know. Build their dream In funding and in this case they ended up having to go back to their hometown. After forty years to rebuild our dream because in order to be competitive we had to move the factory if we wanted to stay vertical and you have an amazing sustainable complex in China. We have a fabulous. What you've built there. Yeah talk about that from the beginning and just training and what? That was what that was like. It's kind of fascinating okay. So you know We went over. Actually it was right after nine eleven and by the end of two thousand and one Mr Mrs Sue went home for the holidays and then he called me and told me he wanted to move the factory and by May of two thousand and two He flew me over there for one night to see the factory which consisted of three sewers a cutter in oppressor and just wanted to know what I thought of the factory. I was pretty speechless but I was smart enough to know that you know I could count on him so I asked him what he thought. And he said we're going to be just fine and he made sure we were justifying. He went from Ten Thousand Square feet to twenty thousand to forty thousand to the next time I visited him. He pulled up to an empty lot. And said what do you think and it was like? What did you do any says like bought the land And we're going to build our own facility. I want a building that is earthquake. Proof that sustainable. That's got solar panels on the roof for energy that that I can be comfortable Building in so he proceeded in less than two years to build a two hundred forty thousand square foot manufacturing facility that is state of the art incredible and today houses fifteen hundred people twelve hundred of which are sewers And you know anyone that visits it and plenty of important people have been from you know from the president. Fit's been there to to Mac Baucus. Who was the US ambassador to China and they all come there just to see what we've done and you know You know in our industry people just assume. Oh is it you know. Is it an acceptable factory? It's beyond acceptable. It's it's the pride of his hometown. So him and her really made a difference in their hometown. So was there a lot in terms of how he built the Culture In the quality of the factory in New York that was also taken there. And then you also side how to go so much. Further in terms of technology like to that. Just come naturally. No those are great questions. Because you know Mr superbeing factory New York City Was was getting smaller and smaller over the years. So technology was always a really important part of staying and surviving. So he was. He was ahead of his time in investing in whether it the Italian pressing machines or or or automatic cutting machines like all of this was sort of early. It was in his culture. Anyway you know when I think in East West Culture you know he used to. The First Holiday Party I went to I was there was only two people that weren't Chinese at the party. And he said turned to me and he said someday I wanted to be fifty fifty and you know he got he. He dreamed he dreamed really big but he wasn't a dreamer. He was a man that also taught you how to get the job done. You know you can rely on him and so he went back to his hometown and brought an American culture of manufacturing and also started teaching some of the local factories. How he would do it how we would do in the USA so you know. There was just an incredible ability to give back to the town. I mean after the factory was up and running of course we started to become profitable which was extremely exciting because after five tough years it was like wow when we could do hand embroideries and we could do leather in knits and things that we couldn't do in New York so it really helped us build at lifestyle brand but along with you know along with that You know he. He had to set up everything everything right. You know. Every there's eleven floors in the building each floor has different Sort of manufacturing system. You know there's there's a jacket floor. There's a blouse floor. There is a panton skirt floor. You know he built a building without columns in it and I don't know if anyone can say they've seen a modern building in China with twenty thousand square feet per floor without columns. But that's what you get to do when you build your own building you. You didn't have to figure out how the machinery would be laid out around these polls. So you know He. He was very amazing man.
"clayborn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"News. The league has suspended Browns. Running back Kareem hunt for eight games for violating the personal conduct policy. It stems from back last year when he had the incident and a Cleveland hotel involving a woman chiefs receiver tyreek hill is under investigation by police in overland park Kansas for an alleged battery incident involving a juvenile sources say the juvenile involved is hills. Sun hill has not been charged with anything and the chiefs say they are aware of the incident had a trade today involving a quarterback dolphins sent Ryan tannehill. And a six round pick to the titans. Miami receives a seventh router in this year's draft fourth-rounder in twenty twenty and after a hill went to the titans. Tennessee released quarterback Blaine gabbert patriots have released defensive end Adrian clayborn earlier today. Newsradio twelve hundred. This is the Joe pags show to talk to Joe call eight nine four one pags. And now it's joepags. Radio stations across the land joepags dot com. Facebook Twitter, Instagram, Email, it's all right there you stop by. She can do this. That's how we do. We could already. We wanna do it to do free speech Friday. And we do it like this. I had the picture of more glam with the president. Nobody. Nine four one pag joepags dot com. All week long. What we're going to talk about our Friday. You actually have a say. We'll talk about it. That's polo Santa's along the right as well. We've got a lot to.
"clayborn" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"For two thousand eighteen Mike clayborn, and as you can tell we cover quite a bit of ground in this hour and really the first hours well about what we saw what we look forward to in two thousand nineteen. There's a lot of promise. I think even if you heard him Michael Calhoun show, the previous in the in the noon hour about the development and some of the things that are going on around Saint Louis where why it sometimes gets a bad rap and sometimes deservedly. So there are some things that are moving in a more positive direction with regard to interest. The political arena is what it is. And I don't know how that's going to change because the mindset of how Saint Louis works has become such a tradition that it's hard to get anything done. And we gotta figure out a way to get get around. Those things are moving a more positive direction. Because as I said before I travel a lot for my job, the baseball side in you, see other cities in how they're developing and how they're moving forward. And the the pettiness doesn't seem to exist on a large scale level. Like we see in Saint Louis race has something to do with it the economics who gets their share in when it comes to the political ventures all those things have come into play. And I think is kind of stunted us in some regard the one good thing though. And I mentioned earlier is how the whole soccer interest came about. Now granted I it was a privately funded venture for the most part, and they stepped up in obviously, the the city fathers in the state stepped up to. And that that's a situation that I think that's the way it should be because I'm not a big proponent of public funding for sports venues now that doesn't mean they shouldn't have a role in it. But they should never be lead person on something of that nature. But we saw how things work with soccer. They went back to the drawing board. They came up with something that worked a little bit more effectively, hence, we a moving in the right direction to hopefully, get an expansion team. Now on that front sports was I don't know if there's anything else out there. That's available know the NBA does have an interesting coming to Saint Louis not because of fan interest. But you know, Saint Louis is in growing like the NBA licensee certain cities. So I don't think we have to worry about that. Could it exist in Saint Louis? I think it could despite what you hear the NBA does really really well when it comes to TV ratings, but there are a lot of other bigger issues that Saint Louis needs to focus on when it comes to Saint Louis via jobs industry. Training education. It's great to have all these things working. But if you don't have people who are educated people who are trained properly, it's hard to do assembly plants, as we know them still have a very huge value. But you know, there are a lot of jobs out there that can't be filled because there aren't enough people who have the technical skill to be able to take those jobs on. So we have to do a better job at training. And and it's unfortunate that we lost Vata rod centers recently because those places are going to be the lifeblood of what Saint Louis is all about what rank in tech does. And some of the other industry training centers. Those are going to be lifeblood of what Saint Louis is about. So we have to do a better job as far as education is concerned. So those are some of the things that I see. We just have to be better. And that's why I pose the question to you. How are you going to be better in two thousand nineteen what do you plan on doing to contribute to your your community? Are you going to be involved or you're going to be the college quarterback? They just is it there they go again. I mean, we have enough of that. It doesn't take a lot for you to make the effort. But what are you gonna do that you feel like can contribute, and it could be small it could be large as no measuring stick? But you gotta do something. I mean, we all live in this community. And we just can't run and lock the doors and watch TV or listen to the radio and complain do something find something to get involved. I mean, again, it doesn't have to be anything. That's that's large scale, you may not ever be recognized for your contribution. But there are things you can do. And I'll be interested to see if you try and do some things I've tried to do things more involved in different community ventures. And I'm having fun with it. And maybe there's something there for you as well. But you have to be involved. I mean to stand on the sidelines at this point in doing anybody any good. So let's see what you do. I think politics, obviously, he's going to be something we'll be paying attention to in nineteen from the federal level all the way down to the local races. Because people want to be more engaged in. I appreciate that. I think the time has come where enough is enough in some regards, and that's both sides of the ledger. The conservatives feel like this is their time to step up and reshape the country. And there are people who on the liberal side who feel like enough is enough we need to get back to basics. And that's the thing that both parties agree on getting back to the basics of how this country was established. And making sure we take care of each other compared to I've got mine and good luck on your situation. So that's something. I think we'll see more of to which should be fun. A lot of good things going on in Saint Louis. And again, it would even be better. If you're part of it. So I want to thank everybody for listening to add you service. I have as much fun with this as I do with sports just talking to listeners and just give him my opinion on different things. And yeah, I like things other than sports believe it or not and this is one of them. So I want to thank everybody for listening and being part of it. I look forward to doing this a lot in two thousand nineteen and hopefully you'll be part of it as well. And with cardinal baseball and blues hockey and all the other things going on. I think nineteen is going to be fun. I'm looking forward to and I hope you will too and continue to listen to support all the things we do here at the station because people here really have a passion for what they do. So behalf of everybody. Here we want to wish.
"clayborn" Discussed on The Falcoholic
"The Mario Cooper, you know, back Prescott most accurate game of the season. From the completion percentage standpoint was immediately the game against the titans of Mars debut two which was more accurate on Sunday in Philadelphia. So his two most Acura games have been with Amari Cooper on the field. You know, Dax completion percentage to his top five targets Allen hons, Michael gal, call Beasley Jeff's Wayman Zeke Elliot have all improved since Amari Cooper joined the Cowboys. And I think that that's really really telling in really big. Amari was brought in I think to kind of not reinvigorate this offense. But they clearly needed that role in clearly needed that presence to told them for everybody else. I think we're seeing the fruits of that labor. Allen Hearns had a huge third down conversion Philadelphia that probably doesn't happen. If Amari Cooper is on the field. And so I think overall, you know, you see he himself had a huge third down conversion our bounced off a defender against the eagles in preceded pick up the chain. But I from from what we've seen on the field all around him. I'm at attempts to the Mari. As we look back. The last time the Cowboys played the falcons it was the infamous Adrian clayborn game. You may remember where he single handedly destroyed the souls of the offensive line. What was it four three or four sacks in one game with stint fame sick? Computer while the sex. I wrote about it for us the nation. So I remember vividly. Yeah. It was in. But I guess the key point here is there is not an Adrian clayborn on the falcons roster. This year actually pass rush on the falcons roster. And you could probably blink the two things of. So obviously, you know, the the Cowboys offensive line has had a reputation that this year, maybe due to some injuries has not been the reality as much as it has been in the past so's we look at this defensive front for the falcons Jarrett Sinatra Shelby read tack veasley. How important do you think it is for these guys to get it going from a passer standpoint to be able to to keep this game in check to at least keep it close between his two to close. Yeah. I think that it's the mentally important. And you know, I do just want to say as much love Adrian clayborn of NS fun. Is that game was for him? Tyron Smith is the best left left tackle on the lake Harriet. Like, there's really there's no argument to the contrary. So it wasn't surprising because you had a lot of factors that work there like Tyron benefactor there. And then he was injured. And so when you sub somebody else, a specially if the left tackle session, you're dealing win draw issues communication all those kinds of things than so clay was able to really take advantage of that. I do think Zac Smith N Tyron Smith both returned to practice today. So I think they'll both play. I don't think that you'll find any weaknesses on the Dallas offensive line that the falcons pass rushes actually acquits to take advantage of because it's it's been really mad and fell. I yeah. If you're hoping for a repeat performance against the Cowboys with somebody magically stepping up getting sick sacks. I do not anticipate that happening. This is a much tougher matchup this time around, and you know, the pass rushes abysmally poor. Villian? It is it is. Yeah, it's a perfect storm of not setting up to be a good day for the falcons pass rush. Yeah. Will which is not unlike any other day that ends in y so, yeah, I'm just asking you to temper your expectations because it's Ben bad at still going to be bad. So let's all just embrace the darkness. We all living in the dark timeline in virtually. That means the values pass rush will never come alive, which may be good news for for RJ for Prescott one less key point in that is a name that amazingly as we haven't even brought up to this point. That's Zeke Elliot who is still one of the best running backs in the league in again. You know, it's kinda crazy. We're talking about this matchup. We haven't talked about this key cog in the Cowboys offense. So are j what is the story with Elliott this year? The obviously the Cowboys offense has not been the is dynamic as it has been in past years has been a factor on that..
"clayborn" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Here on sports and more on my clayborn. And you mentioned the baseball was one of your first love who inspired you hockey wise. I mean as you go down to dial. There was so many good broadcasters. But who was a person that really inspired you where you maybe even pattern part of your career after well, there are always people along the way that help you and and give you time. And in my case, it was a guy in Fort Wayne that broadcast the comets games until he was ninety years of age. He was the second radio announcer. They ever had in the first one lasted one year. And so from nineteen fifty three until three years ago Bob chase was the announcer for the Fort Wayne comets. And when I was a senior in college at a nearby school called Manchester about forty five miles away. I guess a lot of college kids. Do this because occasionally I get emails like this. But I got in touch with with Bob and two other announcers in Fort Wayne and said that I was writing a term paper at Manchester on sportscasting. And would they be willing to give me fifteen minutes of time to do a taped interview, I still have the tape? And he said sure I would. And so I made my way over to the studios of a radio station in Fort, Wayne and got to spend that fifteen minutes with it. And from that came a relationship that spanned. What four decades, and he was very helpful to me in my career in terms of just giving me occasional advice. You know, I didn't send too many examples of my work because he was a full time employee of the radio station and the hockey team. And he was busy. But he did he didn't know my work. And he did know what I did. And he would see me occasionally sitting all alone over in that empty section on Wednesday nights. And he was a great help to me. You never forget people along the way that do help you. And so he was an inspiration in in that part of Indiana. Unlike baseball where you could go up and down the dial and listen to baseball announcers, we didn't have that kind of access to hockey announcer until sixty seven and the addition of six new teams, and then there was cammo axe. And Dan, the voice of Dan, Kelly, and Katie K, and Pittsburgh and the voice in the earlier of Jim for knee. And then later Mike Lang, but by that time, I was off in college myself and the the formative years. Somewhat past. Remember your first big break because obviously you were doing this for for little or no money for quite some time. But what was the first break where you felt like, you know, I think I can make a living at this. Well, the first job is always the hardest one together not took beyond the time that I was in school. I, you know, you do have to earn a living while you're trying to do what you really want to do. And so I went off to get a masters degree. And then I went off and talk and sent the tapes all around, and and no one responded, and so I got a job teaching at a small college, western Pennsylvania for two years, and I sent the tapes out again and nothing much happened. And I thought well, maybe my life is going to be teaching college for the rest of my life. So to do that I could make six hundred dollars more a year at the college where I was working if I had a doctoral degree, and my father who was a high school principal advise me, you know, if you're going to get a doctorate do it while you're young and single because it does really involve a commitment. And it's a, you know, you're going to classes in your your immersing yourself in your education for another two plus years. So I applied it to schools bowling green. And Michigan that had not only doctoral programs in radio TV and film, but also had campus radio stations that carry the hockey games of the university. And when I visited bowling green. They had they had a student that did the second periods of the home hockey games and a staff member did the first and third and the student graduated and so that was my first chance to broadcast games. This is becoming prolonged and it's my fault. But I'll I'm I'm getting to a point it was because of that that I had an air check that I could send out to the teams instead of those games that I did to myself in Fort Wayne that was the only case that I had. And because of that a radio station in toward your on. Michigan hired me. And that was the hardest job to get that was the first one probably the one that turned out to be the best for me was Bill Clinton. I were doing some games on ESPN and. Fliers saw that. And they hired the two of us to be their regular announcers in nineteen eighty eight and at that point Bill, and I both became fulltime employees of the flyers and our pay was that we could relax a little bit. Just a little bit. You know, it's amazing when you look back at it at your career or any broadcasters career, the their broadcast partners, the people that they work with the people that they mesh with where you way was stay in your lane, and he stayed in his, and it created just a great picture that you both were able the paint. That's something that I don't know. I think people who do this for a living appreciate, but for those who don't do it is something that they should take even more stake in because it's a real work of art when you can get it going in the right direction. You're very fortunate. If you like the people you work with and boy, I've I've been lucky to work with some great souls and Bill was one of them. We used to do our own training where we would get together. A fall at the same time that the flyers players were were going to training camp themselves. So we would actually practice before we would do preseason games. John Davidson was a was a master. And the times I worked with him. He was he was a master of gathering information and not writing it down until the the person had passed. He would stand in the hallway with one foot up against the wall, very casually and equipment managers trainers, players coaches, general managers owners would stop by and because of John's presence in the industry. John later, of course, as you know, was president of the blues they would stop by and talk to him, and he would just have casual conversations with him when they would leave. He would duck around the corner and feverishly write notes from the conversation. He just had I would leave to go up into the booth and when John arrived he would have three. Sheets of paper that were folded in in in a very neat slim way. So that he could put them right in front of him one. We're notes pertaining to one team one where notes pertaining to the other and one was notes pertaining to general subjects about the league all from things that he had gotten down below and his explanation to me was that because of the internet people were always reading information, and he could not give back things that were published on the internet because people he had to assume people already have that what he had to deliver where things that were fresh Eddie Olczyk. Of course, there's just a delight. He's he's huge late fun to be around. He's always got some quip. That's really entertaining and his his his foray into horse racing has become now a second career for him. And he is is just become so proficient at picking verses that he is now. Involved in a contest that could earn some fan as well. As himself a million dollars. He has become so good at it. So all of these things are a part of the partners that have been associated with and I am leaving some people out. But I know you only have so much time. Mike Emrick is our guest and Mike one of the things that stands out about you and your style. It's easy on the ears. And is the tempo was legendary. Whereas you can teach the game because you're talking to Americans in a lot of people who watch the game don't understand some of the nuances you're able to convey that in a manner where it's not condescending. And yet, you don't miss anything. How did you learn that style because there's so many people who missed that boat along the way. I kind of you to say that. I hope that's the case. The last thing I wanna do is to is to be talking down to people. I think it's a lot of it is just repetition and a lot of it is is just pretending that the person that's on the other end out in the audience is someone who may not be the most educated hockey fan in the world, but just wants to enjoy it. My feeling has been that the players are the stars of this show. I don't have any special signature calls or any really bizarre phrases that I use. It's just my style to to not really have anything special like that that the the people to be celebrated are the athletes who are able to have on natural extensions of their feet and skates and then naturally extension of their arm, and in a stick, and somehow are able to they're able to do that artistic way, and and use a disk and propellant across the ice and do magical things, and I I could never do that. But I sure admire people who can and to do it at thirty miles an hour and to collide into boards and not wanna pummeled the other guy for because he did it. But just recognize that's part of an evening of of trying to get that puck to the net and score. Those are all things that are fascinating to me. And that's what fascinated me about the sport at first. And so I want other people to enjoy it as much as I do. And I think people that are educated hockey fans will understand and be happy that others are learning on the fly. And even though they know a lot of the things that I'm saying they tend to not be too upset about that. Because they want people to join the party to at least that's the perception I have of the people that are in the audience. Mike Emrick is our guest. We'll take a break. We'll come back with more with the hall of Famer after we take this time out on camel, wax nights. Ryan record. Join me later tonight when we play four straight hours of the monster. Mash it starts at ten for overnight America. Farm Robert here. Robert, somebody burned down, my she shed, no one bird down, your, she shed, Cheryl, all really victim. Because my she sheds burning up in the backyard is she shared was struck by lightning, Cheryl, Robert the state farm cover. My she shed she shed she turned out shed mature hideaway, Robert that's covered here that Victor. I'm getting a new year. 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"clayborn" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today
"Percent. Oh, and Allen Robinson tenting leagues for sure. Twelve team leagues, put him on the cusp. There was a moment in the fourth quarter where he was not in the game. So you have have to wonder about the injury, but even when he was held him and they just not that involved. Oh, God, the eagles running backs losers frustrating. Yes, that neither one separated from the other and neither did anything special today. So you're not cutting either one yet, at least you shouldn't, but you can't start them anytime and poorly Shawn. McCoy can't get traded to the eagles now knowing it's funny because the bar is now set. All you have to do is get fifth round pick for one of these guys. I don't think Levy on the fifth round pick, but some mid level running back by Carl's. I can go for fifth round pick and Josh, Josh Adam, Scott into the mix. Four carries for seventeen yards for the. They gotta do something. They can't run the ball heath your losers. Another. Bear Taylor. Gabriel fifty, nine percent own, and I do policies. I told everybody to pick up Taylor. Gabriel we did too. It wasn't just you. You just completely disappeared from the offense. I haven't seen the official snap counts yet, but Anthony Miller was on the field a lot more than he was from what I was watching. And even with Ellen Robinson missing plays because he was still a little banged up. Gabriel didn't plan snaps, didn't get enough targets, just completely disappeared from the offense and he's not Allen Robinson. He doesn't have l. Robinson's history. You just drop them at the jets next week. The other reason why I wanted to pick Gabriel the jets so bad. So obviously Steph on digs gonna take advantage that matchup right. Catches. He had a Nelson aga- Moore aid catches weren't play well who did more clayborn clayborn out on the touchdown allowed to Alder Robinson. Nobody played well on digs. They were decade was over by the time, Robin, Duke Johnson heath. He's another loser into here. They traded Carlos high. They're going to get Duke Johnson more involved. That was awful. Not. It wasn't enough to say, we, it curls hide. We're going to get Duke Johnson involved. We also leak out Sunday morning. Do Johnson's actually going to be the starter in this game that freaked people out. Oh yeah, the first nap. But e saw five touches in the game, ran the ball once for negative four yards. He had a couple of games in a row, a six targets. Not in this game. Just four and it's game Baker Mayfield through it. Thirty four times I, it's terribly discouraging. I can't even begin to tell you how many people in our chat that we had on Sunday morning. Oh my God. Since the start or should I start him over Nick shy, put him up over Nick. No, don't do it shop at the first you carry by the way. And I guess we should probably talk about Nick. It's been twenty six minutes. We haven't mentioned him nice game. Well, for three quarters, it was a nightmare. He did not have many yards on not many carries and then the Browns remembered to use him and he broke off a long run. Got a goal line touchdown and definitely saved the day with a very strong fourth quarter. He did look great in that fourth quarter eighteen carries eighty yards a touchdown. So Nick Chubb kerryon Johnson recipes. I'll take up. Okay, show schedule the next week's. Awesome. And this wasn't like this was a great match for Baker Mayfield. It wasn't a great match for running runaway. Yes, it was. There was no Jerrell McCoy playing for joy box. They were still pretty good against today. They were three quarters, but then they fell off. Those are our losers and brings us to our tweet of the day. Dave Richard Dave says, there's a commercial with a girl wearing headphones on a bus, watching the world, go by it, a guy runs out of his town house, chasing a chicken. That guy looks kind of like Adam as her. I finally made tweet of the day. I've never seen this commercial..
"clayborn" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I'm Tom Ackerman. Baseball last night Dodger Stadium the site brewers and dodgers game three of the NFL CS on catch. Fly ball down the right field line going back on the warning track wallets. It's four nothing brewers. Arsia with home runs in back to back games. And that is huge for the crew. He has been here. John WTMJ in Milwaukee Brewers radio network Orlando arsia with another home run in the brewers went at four to nothing. In LA leash seen allowed Milwaukee to take a four run lead by limiting the dodgers to three hits over five and a third innings. And then that bullpen perhaps the best in baseball close things out. And they get the win. They're up to one in that best of seven series with game four tonight at eight oh nine on the American League side. It's game. Three tonight. It's a four zero nine starred late this afternoon in Houston as the Astros host the Red Sox, the defending world champions in that raucous place. Minute maid park in Houston, Texas, swell enterprise center can be raucous. But lately, it has been anything. But as the blues have gone one two and two to start the season fans have been taken out of the game late by turnarounds from the opposite. Got to figure out how to get things going. They'll play tomorrow night at Montreal. Then Saturday night at a very good Toronto team. That's won five in a row. What about the cardinals? How are things going in their world. Well, they're just getting ready to start an off season. It could be very interesting in two thousand nineteen do they need to add some offensive firepower. We asked USA today columnist Bob Nightingale about Josh Donaldson. Mike clayborn interviewed see him. Here in Saint Louis at all, you know, they got out feelers everything. That kind of money for him. He's talking about Manny Machado. They're Donaldson Nightingale thinks it'd be a better option. I think he's scoring Philadelphia. You'd be stay in Washington. Same CISCO's in play for him as well. Those three teams I even heard the cardinals in on Harper. All I think Machado makes more sense for them or or if you're doing go cheaper. I might Misako magma stock is Josh Donaldson perhaps cheaper options than Manny Machado and Harper as Nightingale mentioned could be handed. Elsewhere it'll be very interesting off season. Certainly the cardinals fans put a little pressure on the team to make something happened. After missing the postseason three years in a row. Monday night football is the Packers over the forty Niners thirty three to thirty. I'm Tom Ackerman on the home of the best blues coverage, there.
Kolten Wong leads National League in defensive runs saved
"Talking about Colton long and just a. Play that he made he leads the National League. In defensive runs saved he's behind only Matt. Chapman of the Oakland Athletics in defensive runs saved. For the entire league that's also by the way with about, one hundred seventy two two hundred innings less and some of the other qualifiers cold Wong. Is been on believable I think he is right now. Unquestionably your gold glove winner at second base
Tom Brady sharp in 2018 debut against Eagles
"The way with Michelle Beedle and Jalen. The band is back together, but now to some NFL eagles backup quarterback, Nick foles suffering a strange shoulder during last night's preseason game against the patriots, and he was hit by Patsy and Adrian clayborn. Wally was stepping into the throw in the second quarter. He didn't return to the game after being injured said afterward that his short fills pretty good and that he's optimistic. So when we think about this
"clayborn" Discussed on WWL
"Ninety from the pinpoint forecast center i'm wwl tv meteorologist dave nussbaum cloudy skies in hammond it's eighty eight slidell partly sunny and eighty nine and at armstrong international in kenner we are seeing some showers ninety one degrees otherwise it's partly sunny i jim hanso wwl first news wwl traffic from the wwl traffic center i'm patty berman highway ninety is still closed over on the west bank it's going to be between south kenner avenue and live oak we had a very early morning serious accident that involved a fatality so the police are still on the scene completing this investigation is probably going to be a little while longer it's also causing some delays on the west bank expressway in both directions so there are rerouting traffic through the neighborhoods but be aware if you're headed in that direction the river bound expressway we've got delays to the west bank that begin right around clayborn we had an earlier stalled vehicle on the east bank bound sign around clayborn and it's causing delays in both directions east bank bound we've got delays back to just a little after terry parkway in once you get past clayborn though it opens up if you're eastbound heading toward slidell from downtown there's no delay if you coming in from slidell we're seeing a little bit of a delay around canal approaching that clayborn river bound exit flyover that takes you over to the river bound.
"clayborn" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"What are we gonna do about adrian clayborn okay you know you down your meal if so chance green is in there so what you let him get one two three four five the guy gets five and a half six before you decide you know what let's put somebody else in there and maybe putting the tide in on that side and chip on the way out loud to protecting that way too simple i can do that it's so obvious you have a lead in philly you had a league going into half and you'll be able to against feeling gonna do about that you had to leave you have a twin at one point it was twenty four six against the rams you need to heal sean lee at halftime then you'd be okay but as a head coach skip he's not now that would be a very compelling argument to make says okay he was not sean lee but i can name a lot of other coaches that played with a lot of other layers and somehow they still find ways to win ballgames that's jerry jerry that's your team you do it as you as you must but you and i both know he looks at jason garrett leica son does and what is easy to be around he's easy to talk to he's not gonna fight back no he's not gonna take exception he's not gonna play devil's advocate yes sir he can't he kept jason garrett after three straight seasons of eight nate you did jimmy johnson after back to back super bowls okay now there were big circumstances going on there because jimmy just shamed him and shamed him in front of other employees to the point that the owner of the team finally said you know what i just can't live this way i don't wanna live with this maybe coach bela check has not shame mr cray i publicly seriously doubt it but is hard for me to believe that mister in twenty years that mr kraft and bill belichick has not but it hands and mr kraft's i could fire you but where else am i going to get a guy that give me this you know the difference was robert kraft.
"clayborn" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"What are we gonna do about adrian clayborn okay you know you down your meal yeah if so chance green is in there so what you let him get one two three four five the guy gets five and a half six before you decided you know what let's put somebody else in there and maybe put the tide in on that side and chip on the way out slide to protecting that way it's a simple i can do that it's so obvious you have a lead in philly you had a league going into half and you'll be able to against feeling gonna do about that you had to leave you have a twenty at one point it was twenty four six against the rams you need to heal sean lee at halftime then you'd be okay but as a head coach skip he's not now that would be a very compelling argument to make sense okay he was sean lee but i can name a lot of other coaches that played with a lot of other players and somehow they still find ways to win ballgames that's jerry jerry that's your team you do it as you as you must but you and i both know he looks at jason garre lack aslan does and hint what is easy to be around he's easy to talk to he's not gonna fight back no he's not going to take exception he's not gonna play devil's advocate yes sir he kept he kept jason garrett after three straight seasons of eight you did jimmy johnson at the backpack super bowls okay now there were big circumstances going on there because jimmy just shamed him in shamed him in front of other employees to the point that the owner of the team finally said you know what i just can't live this way i don't wanna live with this maybe coach bela check has not shame mr cray i publicly seriously doubt it but is hard for me to believe that mister in twenty years that missed a kraft and bill belichick has not but it hands and mr kraft's i could fire you but where else am i going to get a guy to give me this you know the difference was robert kraft.
"clayborn" Discussed on First and Last
"In the nfl we've got a ton of little stories in via pollute hammer in this thing but i wanna start off with the most patriot story possible the patriots gone out bringing a martial arts expert to help their pass rushers the patriots will look to help their pass rush which last year was tied for sixteenth in the nfl with thirty four sacks in the regular season and their top pass rusher defensive end flowers had just six and a half sex that they added adrian clayborn they'll get back there rivers and dont'a hightower from injury but all in all this improvement is the most patriots thing ever because it did not require them to spend extra money in trying to actually bring in rio competent pass rushers like yes you went out there you added adrian clayborn and free agency but generally this is a squad that trades away their best and brightest when they start to get a little too pricey and so the idea the patriots trying to manufacture more of this throwaway than honesty i recognize the value of i mean we're fresh off season where i mean hell we were watching guys trained pass rushing with knives for god's sakes and marvel at it using martial arts using boxing as a way to increase hand speed and help hand violence and all these different buzzwords the always hear about this is kind of just a different way to entertain the guys involved because football is monotonous and involves a ton of repetition to be truly great at what you do and so most of this and i remember i had this explain to me by strength and conditioning coach one time that most times routines are changed in different exercises or implemented just to keep the attention of the athlete because they recognize that all of us at some point are kinda like kids and we get a little bored if we're asked to do the same thing over and over.
"clayborn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Jerry's my favorite i like a lot of jerry's jerry is a good jerry buildup jerry jerry that jerry is the best jerry in the nfl we've got a ton of little stories in the absolute hammer in this thing but i wanna start off with the most patriots story possible the patriots gone out bringing a martial arts expert to help their pass rushers the patriots will look to help their pass rush which last year was tied for sixteenth in the nfl with thirty four sacks in the regular season and their top pass rusher defensive and trey flowers had just six and a half sacks that they added adrian clayborn they'll get back derek rivers and dont'a hightower from injury but all in all this improvement is the most patriots thing ever because it did not require them to spend extra money in trying to actually bring in rio competent pass rushers yes you went out there you added adrian clayborn free agency but generally this is a squad that trades away their best and brightest when they start to get a little too pricey and so the idea the patriots trying to manufacture more of this throwaway that in all honesty i recognize the value of i mean we're freshening offseason where i mean hell we're watching guys train pass rushing with knives for god's sakes and marvel at it using martial arts using boxing as a way to increase hand speed and help your hand violence and all these different buzzwords that always hear about this is kind of just a different way to entertain the guys involved because football is monotonous and involves a ton of repetition to be truly great at what you do and so most of this and i remember i had this explain to me by a strength and conditioning coach one time that most times routines are changed in different exercises or implemented just to keep the attention of the athlete because they recognize that all of us at some point or kind kinda like kids and we get a little bored if we're asked to do the same thing over and over which is unfortunate a sport that asks you in order to be great to do the same thing over and over so i enjoy parlor tricks like everyone else put a while worth while and certainly beneficial its own right this is more or less a.
"clayborn" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Maryland do you know where your bill buildup i like a lot of jerry's jerry is a good jerry but buildup jerry jerry that jerry is the best jerry in the nfl we've got a ton of little stories and the absolute hammer in this thing but i wanna start off with the most patriots story possible the patriots gone out bringing a martial arts expert to help their pass rushers the patriots will look to help their pass rush which last year was tied for sixteenth in the nfl with thirty four sacks in the regular season and their top pass rusher defensive end trey flowers had just six and a half sacks that they added adrian clayborn they'll get back dear rivers and dont'a hightower from injury but all in all this improvement is the most patriots thing ever because they did not require them to spend extra money trying to actually bring in rio competent pass rushers yes you went out there you added adrian clayborn free agency but generally this is a squad that trades away their best and brightest when they start to get a little too pricey and so the idea the patriots trying to manufacture more of this throwaway that in all honesty i recognize the value of i mean we're fresh off season where i mean hell we're watching guys train pass rushing with knives for god's sakes and marvel added using martial arts using boxing as a way to increase hand speed and help your hand violence and all these different buzzwords that the always hear about this is kind of just a different way to entertain the guys involved because football is monotonous and involves a ton of repetition to be truly great at what you do and so most.
"clayborn" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Well he helped buffalo no he didn't but he really for a while dropping everything anyone off a bunch passes still host the sec record for catches and yards in a career below is not in the sec unbelievable what what little he left all his catches back at vanderbilt tap i don't know what happened but i i like him in new england tom brady will like him because he's dave and they added adrian clayborn to the defense and the last time i saw adrian clayborn he was all over he was dak prescott was wearing him like a jersey in atlanta remember that day i two cases sprite right now he don't have five sacks total for the year to year well you know the system it doesn't so why are you excited about it i'm just saying i'm not excited i just think danny shelton the big tackle they got from cleveland that'll work and they got jason mccourty to eight picking the drought and the cleveland browns traded him to year that the three you that be was drip think you hot i'll let it sink in i'm not saying he's a a life changer but it's something you got a little bit better than you are the only disappointment the draft was the seventh round pick because i expected coach bell check to take another quarterback and say i got my next jimmy g and i wanted that fire relive under tom brady because we know he will psycho respond to challenges any took belch to danny at link from lsu you watched danny elling play he's about as far from a threat to brady as i could imagine you know what i what is like a joke pick to me like if you gave me a list of one hundred college quarterbacks and and you would say bill bell checks going to take danny at link.
"clayborn" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"And they added adrian clayborn to the defense and the last time i saw adrian clayborn he was all over he was dak prescott was wearing him like a jersey in atlanta remember that day i two cases sprite right now he don't have five sacks total for the year to year well you know the system doesn't so why you excited the body i'm just saying i'm not excited i just think danny shelton the big tackle they got from cleveland that'll work and they got jason mccourty to eight picking the drought and the cleveland browns traded him two years out the three you that be was drip let us think you i'll let it sink in i'm not saying he's a life changer but it's something you got a little bit better than you are the only disappointment the draft was the seventh round pick because i expected coach bell check to take another quarterback and say i got my next jimmy g and i wanted that fire relive it under tom brady because we know he will psycho respond to challenges any took belch to danny at link from lsu have you watched danny l ing play he's about as far from a threat to brady as i could imagine you know what i what is like a joke pick to me like if you gave me a list of a hundred college quarterbacks and and you would say bill bell checks gonna take danny atlas give you remember the everybody was talking about old they love this kid from richmond they love him oh they so high they snuck down that worked out lamar jackson he was industry or they really like him blowing smoke you missing clayborn.
"clayborn" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"College style targeting where if you lower your head to hit somebody you are going to get flagged obviously secondary players defensive players in the nfl have come out in full force today and complained i richard sherman said likened it to giving drivers tickets when they touch the lines josh norman thought it was ridiculous adrian clayborn said it's just football those like your head lowering is just football i get the idea behind it and i get the intent but you're making these massive human beings travelling at ridiculous speeds hit the head of a pin on these guys so if they get flagged for this it's not an automatic ejection at this point right now we don't know well that's what i've i heard like if it's an automatic ejection i can live you can live with the flag but what they were talking about yesterday where jackson's and i think that's the part where we've got to be careful with because then he jackson's ejections become fines and then like you know at some point we gotta just like let him play or just change the rules altogether take the helmet off i don't know i don't know man i just think how much i appreciate what the nfl's trying to do i really do right free she ate their idea but we're not gonna they're like the way it's going like twenty years from now we're gonna have robots playing football like not even people people were just going to sit there and watch robot play football where i i it just at some point you tweak it where you can this is an organization that basically ignored the health of their players for the longest time.
"clayborn" Discussed on WEEI
"The end there's well there's still gonna win w yes they are but if that is your barometer for the patriots you're moving the goalposts radio double digit games then no individual player matters that's what they've done forever yeah and i don't know why you would do that with radio forty one years old with still an offense that will be even if they have trouble at left tackle score a lot of points they still have the best quarterback they sold the best tight end they still have julian edelman assuming reasonable health of those three you're still going to have a wagon of an offense you don't even mention brandin cooks you know pro bowl exactly you're still going to have the very very very good offense that's not the curve that we grade the patriots on and if you're moving the goalposts there then i guess you're just going to sit back and be fat and happy with five championships your that's why it matters now in probably matters more than ever because i also am not sold that the defense has been overhauled member the first few weeks after the super bowl fans were pissed because no third down stops couldn't stop anybody this defense is terrible needs a complete overhaul injection of of youth of talent it's been some guys left and some guys came in you added a nice player adrian clayborn like he's better than any defensive end you ran through their last year.
Adrian Clayborn agrees to deal with New England Patriots
"The celtics beat the orlando magic ninety two to eighty three coach brad stevens says the defense played a major role in pretty we obviously didn't make a ton of shots our first half third quarter defense pretty darn good bruins and tampa bay lightning in tampa bay tonight bs four points behind tampa bay division by the way the bruins alumni play the ice huggers rockland ice arena rockland one pm b's alumni rick middleton al peterson bruce crowder among those expected red sox and raise this after noon in florida patriots three reported signings reading the terms with defensive end adrian clayborn running back jeremy hill offensive tackle matt tobin that a sports news at any time wbz newsradio on our iheartradio app download it now free wbz news time nine forty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic.
"clayborn" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Jeremy hone adrian clayborn going to the patriots both big moves their patriots needed a running back share me who's gonna play well for this team again like i said he's only gonna play well for about four games how it goes for patriots running backs will be careful when you're picking them up and adrian clayborn that's a big pickup for the patriots here their defensive line was pretty weak last season so i think it'd be a big help had nine and a half sacks without lanta this past season so got said can only do good then you got crapshoot going to the ravens thing that's a nice little pickup for joe flacco who struggled the last few years maybe he'll be able to pick up the guy that crabtree out there probably the best receiver they've had in the last few years and then let's see what else you got going on dion lewis moving over to tennessee him dare kettering it'd be nice little duo there talked about today's march madness games and we've made my picks for tonight's nba game so thanks for listening to the gmc sports podcasts as always i am your host jesse top we back on tuesday so stay tuned and we'll talk to you later you've been listening to the golden state media concepts sports podcast part of the golden state media concepts podcast network you can find this show and others like it www dot jesus mc podcast dot com download our podcast on itunes stitcher soundcloud and google play just type in gs mc to find all the shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music from sports entertainment and even weird news you can also follow us on twitter and on facebook thank you and we hope you have enjoyed today's program.