35 Burst results for "Derek J."

Noesen has goal, assist as Hurricanes rout Sabres 5-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Noesen has goal, assist as Hurricanes rout Sabres 5-1

"Anti rod to stop 29 shots and three hurricanes collected two points and a 5 one trouncing of the sabers. Stefan nason had a goal on an assist in Carolina's 7th straight win. Sebastian aho ran his goal streak to 6 games, opening the scoring two 35 in. Nascent doubled the lead and Brent burns made it three zero with 7 13 left in the first period. Derek Stepan and Jordan Martin nook also scored for the canes who lead the metropolitan division by 8 points over the Devils. Alex tuck had buffalo's long goal and tage Thompson left with an upper body injury. I'm Dave ferry.

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Pavel Zacha scores twice as Bruins beat Maple Leafs 5-2

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Pavel Zacha scores twice as Bruins beat Maple Leafs 5-2

"The bruins stretched their lead in the Atlantic division by dumping the second place Maple Leafs 5 two. The bruins entered a season high three game losing streak and moved 13 points ahead of Toronto. Bruins coach Jim Montgomery wasn't too worried about their skid. I don't think relief would be the right words. It was about us getting back to our standard and our team identity. It was a three two game until Pavel zacha scored twice in a three ten span of the third period. Charlie Coyle set up second period goals by Derek forbert and Brandon Carlo. AJ grier made it three one early in the third. Mitch marner and Callie yarn croc scored for the leafs. I'm Dave ferry.

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The Key Issues Involved in the Tyre Nichols Killing

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:46 min | 3 d ago

The Key Issues Involved in the Tyre Nichols Killing

"I'd like to offer some thoughts on the Tyree Nichols killing. Kyrie Nichols is a black guy lived in the area of Memphis and on January 7th of this year, he was in his car, according to police driving recklessly, although we haven't seen any video of that, the police nevertheless, and this part of it is on video, they pull them over and then they walk up to the car and yank him out of the car and tell him to get on the ground. He seems to be complying. He says, okay, okay, okay, man. And while he's on the ground, they tase him. They hit him with a taser at which point I think natural flight kicks in and he begins to run. So they chase him down and unbelievably. Beat him to death. So this is anyone who's seen the video, Debbie and I watched it. I watched, I'd watch one version of it yesterday I watched another version this morning. It's really hard to justify. In fact, David's reaction where she goes, well, this is worse than what Derek Chauvin did to George Floyd. This is inexcusable. However, the policeman, the four cops who did this, were black. There wasn't a white policeman involved at all. And so for the left, this has become a little bit of a problem. Obviously, it is a clear case. I think it's a clear case for anyone who sees the video. Of police brutality.

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Caller: What Does Police Recruitment Look Like in the Future?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 4 d ago

Caller: What Does Police Recruitment Look Like in the Future?

"Just to touch base on Tyrone Nichols that awful awful case attorney Nichols. Unfortunately, my fear is that these guys, they don't have much time on these officers. And I think one of the first text messages or maybe voicemails you played with a guy talked about recruitment and lowering standards. That's my fear that 20 years from now, Derek Chauvin and guys like this could be the best guy on your department because the Boy Scouts and girl scouts don't want to do this job anymore when people are calling for their heads or to defund them. Officer suicide rates are up. Alcoholism rates are up divorce rates are up and so it's a spiritual and a heart issue. I was struck when the mom called from Cincinnati and said my son, 18 years old, I'm always shocked at that because Dave, I keep wondering who wants to be a police officer considering what these men and women are up against. Right, right. And that is that is a scary thing. And so. You have to. You can't lower the standards. There's going to be a time where all police departments are short on staff right now. Right.

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Caller: Will the Charges Stick Against All 5 Memphis Officers?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | Last week

Caller: Will the Charges Stick Against All 5 Memphis Officers?

"Anyway, I was just wondering why you didn't put the rest of the what the prosecutor said when he was talking about the police officers. If you recall, he said that all 5 of them were going to be charged with that crime while all 5 of them didn't meet this guy. But there were the ones that were standing around. So they were complicit in his death. And if you go back in time and look at some of the other deaths that's been going around the country, there's a lot of complexity going around with the cops, and this is one of the reasons why people were talking about defund the police. You know, they're concerned about the cops that are so called good cops that are standing around and not doing their job. Right. Watching the buddies do their things, you know, getting a thing off and beating people, choking them out and whatnot. And the other cops not lifting a finger to do anything about it. Yep, I get that. Now here's the problem. Second degree murder is probably gonna, they're gonna have a hard time getting that to stick to all 5 of them. I agree. You know. I agree. But I agree. But it is, but it is, this goes back to the Derek Chauvin thing when he's got his knee on George Floyd's neck for 9 minutes or 12 minutes or however long it was. Nobody else did anything about it.

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Art Piece Reflecting Jesus Christ Covered Following Complaint

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | Last week

Art Piece Reflecting Jesus Christ Covered Following Complaint

"I saw a story when I got to New York the other day. I almost got back on the plane went flew back. They have a, I forget what building and they have a piece of art that shows Jesus Christ. Derek, can you find that story for me? They have an, it's a historic. I want to say it's the U.S. naval academy or something, but it was here in New York. And it's a historic building. And they have an oil painting on the wall. That features an image of Jesus. Somebody complained. Well, that's it. Take it down. And you know what they've done? I'm not making this up. They literally draped a tarp over the painting to cover up the image of Jesus Christ. Because some miserable miscreant complained about a picture of Jesus Christ in a painting. See, there's such a desperate effort to strip society. Of anything that reflects our nation's judeo Christian beliefs. And that wins out.

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Court to hear appeal of ex-officer in murder of George Floyd

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Court to hear appeal of ex-officer in murder of George Floyd

"The former Minneapolis police officer serving 22 and a half years in prison for putting his knee to the neck of George Floyd is asking that his state conviction be tossed out, an attorney for Derek Chauvin will argue before an appeals court that numerous legal and procedural eras deprived his client of a fair trial. The attorney says pretrial publicity was more extensive than any other trial in Minnesota history, and that the trial should have been moved elsewhere and the jury sequestered the attorney also argues that the judge improperly excluded evidence that could have been favorable to Chauvin, and accuses prosecutors of misconduct, Chauvin was convicted of second degree murder, third degree murder, and second degree manslaughter, Chauvin later pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights charge, and was sentenced to 21 years in a federal prison, a sentence he serving concurrently with the state sentence. I'm John of water

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Stephen A. Smith: The Epitome of the American Dream

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Stephen A. Smith: The Epitome of the American Dream

"I wouldn't say it's all been a dream what I would tell you is that I believe where I am today I am the epitome of the American Dream What I mean by that is that what I've said on many occasions in the past mark when I've been on TV is that when you look at superstars the Lebrons Jacoby's got arrested so Michael Jordan's shack and Derek G and all of these stars They're not the American Dream They're American fantasies Becoming reality Omni American Dream because I didn't have those gifts I wasn't that spectacular I just put my head down and worked my tail off scratched and clawed and worked my way into being in the position that I'm in the day where I live a relatively simple life I've been blessed and fortunate enough to be able to provide for my family to have a beautiful home to have loved ones in an inner circle to be gainfully employed to me that's the American Dream I think that one of the things that we look at in this world today is that some of the reasons why we have so much salacious nonsense so much stupidity and along with various other words that you could come up with a hell of a lot better than me is that you have people chasing the fantasy and willing to exhaust every means and every measure to get it as opposed to being able to be willing rather to put in the work You look at reality television Hey let's make it happen Let me do this show or whatever They paid the some guy from Jersey Shore or whatever the situation He once got paid $500 $5 million I'm sorry And my nephew you know God bless them with would come to me and with a proposal So he could sit up there and make $5 million too And I was like what happened to getting education What happened to put your head down to putting in the work and not trying to look for a quick fix That's why I consider myself the American Dream

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No. 3 Purdue uses 3-point flurry to take down Nebraska 73-55

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

No. 3 Purdue uses 3-point flurry to take down Nebraska 73-55

"After scoring 22 points against Nebraska last month, Purdue, freshman guard Fletcher lawyer finished with a career high 27 in the second meeting between the teams. With Zach Edie feeding lawyer the ball, the 16 and one boilermakers cruise to a 73 55 win. The defense they play with sit in low on Zach. We'd have a lot of kick out shots and a lot of opportunity for me, so I knew I needed to just be ready to shoot in same with everyone else. Purdue out rebounded the cornhuskers 38 to 19, Derek walker had 19 points to lead Nebraska. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana.

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Jags return fumble for TD, beat Titans for AFC South title

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jags return fumble for TD, beat Titans for AFC South title

"The Jaguars completed their improbable run to the AFC south title by defeating the Titans 2016 in a winner take all. Jacksonville reached the playoffs for the first time in 5 years despite a two and 6 start finishing 9 and 8. Josh Allen returned to fumble 37 yards for a touchdown with three O one remaining, putting Jacksonville ahead to stay. We knew what we got to do to win this game. Stop the run, pressure the quarterback create takeaways. Trevor Lawrence was 20 of 32 passing for 212 yards, one touchdown, and an interception. Derek Henry had 100 yards rushing for Tennessee, which dropped its final 7 games to end up 7 and ten. I'm Dave ferry.

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Kevin McCarthy Gains Support for Speaker Position

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:40 min | Last month

Kevin McCarthy Gains Support for Speaker Position

"This morning on Fox and Friends two new congressman Derrick van orden and Brandon Williams felt that it would come out of the navy. That ordinary seal, Williams of submarine man, they got together. They talked on Fox and Friends. This isn't a cut number 12. This is Derek van orden who you heard on this show last week. Well, I don't think I know. The reason that we flipped the house and fired Nancy Pelosi, we're going to take that gavel out of her hand this morning, is because of the hard work of Kevin McCarthy. So Kevin McCarthy assembled a team and he led that team that flipped the house. And that deserves some respect, and that deserves that he has earned a chance to be the next Speaker of the House and I'll be strongly supporting him. And I encourage my fellow conservatives to do so also. So Derek with what you're saying, I assume you believe that we will have a Speaker of the House today. And it'd be McCarthy. It will be Kevin McCarthy. Listen, if it takes one ballot or a hundred ballots, it doesn't matter. We're in it to win it. Kevin McCarthy will be the next Speaker of the House. You see, I love hearing that. Because that's what the rump Republicans have to do, especially those who are truly out of their minds, cut number 13 Brandon Williams or submariner. I agree. Kevin's earned the right to do this. I'm not here for personal grievances and we've got a job to do. And I'm eager to get to work and get started. And the sooner we have a speaker, the sooner that we can start doing the things that the American people sent us here to do. Derek and I are both former navy. And it's really all about the mission. And let's not forget about the mission. It's beyond Kevin. It's really about turning our country around and it's about standing up to Joe Biden.

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Nabers helps No. 16 LSU rout Purdue 63-7 in Citrus Bowl

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Nabers helps No. 16 LSU rout Purdue 63-7 in Citrus Bowl

"16th ranked LSU scored the first 49 points in clobbering Purdue, 63 7 in the citrus bowl. Unless you corner back Derek Bernard converse. We just wanted to go out there and attack the game plan and just execute on every phase starting with the front for all the way to the back end. Malik neighbors threw for a touchdown caught another and racked up 163 yards receiving. The tigers recorded 594 yards of total offense and capped the scoring on quad Wilson's 99 yard interception return. The tigers finished ten and four, the boilermakers 8 and 6. I'm Dave ferry.

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Svechnikov scores in shootout, Hurricanes beat Devils 5-4

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00:34 sec | Last month

Svechnikov scores in shootout, Hurricanes beat Devils 5-4

"The hurricanes needed to shoot at before earning their team record 11th straight win, 5 four versus the Devils. Andres veteran scored the winner to give the canes a 1501 two record in their last 17 games. Carolina trailed for three before Martin nature notched a power play goal with four 28 left in regulation. Derek Stepan scored twice for the metropolitan division leaders. Sebastian aho had a goal on an assist. Jesper bratt collected two goals that are an assist for the Devils who are two 7 and two in their last 11 games. Mackenzie blackwood handled 43 of 47 Carolina shots. I'm Dave ferry.

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Tatum, Brown score 29 each and Celtics beat Clippers 116-110

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00:33 sec | Last month

Tatum, Brown score 29 each and Celtics beat Clippers 116-110

"Jayson Tatum and jaylen Brown carried the Celtics to their fourth straight win. One 16 one ten over the clippers. Tatum and brown each had 29 points for the NBA's top team. Tatum also had 11 rebounds and Brown added 7 as Boston improved to 26 and ten. Brown made two free throws after Derek white blocked a Paul George Leia attempt for the Celtics up by three in the final minute. White finished with 15 points. Kawhi Leonard had a team high 26 points for the clippers who were raised to 13 point first half deficit and led by one entering the final period. I'm Dave ferry.

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"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

06:18 min | Last month

"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

"This Friday, we are going to Pandora. The weight is over. Come on, come on. Avatar. The way of water arrives, experience the motion picture of that of a generation. This family is our fortress. Witness the next chapter of the global phenomena. We must protect the people. From director James Cameron. This is only the beginning. Avatar, the way of water. Brady peachy 13 may be inappropriate for children under 13 tickets on seal now, only in theaters Friday. Back in NFL live and the Titans looking to snap a 5 game losing streak they play host to the cowboys tonight, dab was thousands, of course, coming off of a huge win this past week, prom for Tennessee is like basically every player that you know by name. So they're on IR unavailable tonight. Dak Prescott was a great last week, especially against zone coverage, but look at this injury list for the Titans tonight who either are doubtful or will not play three new additions to the IR list, by the way. Oh, only Ryan Tannehill, bud Dupree and Zach Cunningham, three of their most respected and experienced veterans on the entire roster, and also we're not going to see Derek Henry tonight to see his doubtful to play. No player has been listed as doubtful as playing the game yet this season, but shafti as if that wasn't enough, the Titans are making another quarterback change. What can you tell us about their plans tonight at starting quarterback? Feel they are expected to start Josh Dobbs who they signed off the Detroit Lions practice squad 8 days ago and they're thinking is this. Ryan Tannehill is on injury reserve. He's now out for the year and so they go to Josh Dobbs because frankly he's more experienced than Malik Willis. They trust him more right now in a spot like this than Malik Willis and they're using tonight's game against the Dallas Cowboys, which really doesn't have a lot of implications on the division race as a tune up for next week's game against Jacksonville, which is going to decide the AFC south champion. So they're going to get Josh Dobbs ready tonight to start next week against Jacksonville. It'll be a two game start for Josh Dobbs, at least that's the plan with Ryan Tannehill. Now on injured reserve and his season effectively over and the Tennessee Titans having to rely on Josh Dobbs, the former Tennessee standout who they hope can be another standout in Tennessee, only this time for the Titans. At the professional level, now shamin, as we've told people before, if they win next week against the Jaguars, they're in the playoffs. What do you make of this move for the Titans? Again, win next week, and you are in the playoffs. Yeah, I mean, to put it in perspective, there's not photos of Josh Dobbs wearing a Titans uniform to use to advertise the game. This is kind of like the Baker Mayfield starred, although, you know, maybe even more desperate seeming because Mayfield has more NFL experience. You know, when I first heard the news field, I thought perhaps they were just trying to keep Mike Willis healthy thinking this is a meaningless game, but now it sounds like this is much more about thinking, Willis, who is, of course, came into the NFL as a pretty raw prospect and we knew we were required a lot of development thinking that he wouldn't be ready to put them into the playoffs in week 18 in that Josh Dobbs gave them a better chance. Not much to say about that except for the fact that the Titans are truly backed up against a wall here. It's not a great situation and I'll say this. It's not a good situation for dogs because we talked about all the injuries on the defense. Brian Tannehill was playing behind a very, very dubious protection situation that offensive line had injuries. This is not a good spot for a young quarterback, a young inexperienced quarterback either now or in week 18. It's just remarkable. I mean, maybe we should have known when Harold Landry Torres ACL before the season, the Titans were just sort of destined for bad injury luck, but I could have never imagined this swag. Let's go to the other side of this game though because while the cowboys have just a glimmer of hope in the NFC east division race is still an important game. What would you like to see from them to know that they are building off of that huge win over the eagles last Saturday? First and foremost babyface, no turnovers from dak Prescott. That's number one. I think that's where you want to start, not giving the team extra possessions or opportunities to score from the defensive side of the football. The second thing is, we used to have this saying in games like this. Do your work early, okay? And that's for the Dallas Cowboys. Don't come in here to sleep in slumber, don't read what we're talking about or think about the guys that are out 'cause I know they watch NFL live, but don't think about the guys that are out. Don't think about who's playing quarterback. This needs to be a game where the Dallas Cowboys, when it comes to late mid to late third quarter, they need to be able to play some backups and get some other guys some experience because you also want to think about not having your guys be injured as you start to go down the road, especially already being in the playoffs. This is a very, this is a very precarious coaching situation, I believe. For my Mike and Mike and Kellen Moore, right? When you start thinking about one, we get in these guys ready to play. The things that's transpired into Tennessee. How fast do we how aggressive and fast do we want to be in order to try to get our guys that we have to depend on to try to make a run at this thing, see if we can get this balloon and get them out of the game when we start thinking about health. So it's a lot of things that are in play for this coaching staff and how they think about going about this game as opposed to a normal week. Man, what a unique set of circumstances. I'm now for one more thing and I want more thing today is our picks for the game swag, I think our picks are going to be flashing on the screen here, but who do you have in this game is unsurprisingly, we have some consensus in this one. Yeah, I got Dallas and I don't think my score indicates what I just said, but they need to blow this thing open early and get out of the game. Okay, me and I agree for a bigger margin as well. NFL live back tomorrow to recap this game and so much. How would you love a chance to save some money on car insurance? Geico can help. 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"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:15 min | Last month

"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

"Of course is amongst other jets. Let's get chef Dee in here and what more can you tell us about the health of Mike white and how he got cleared for this game after missing the past two? Well field he's been medically cleared and he's out there taking part as full go in practice during the week. So that's encouraging for the New York Jets. What happened here was he visited with doctors on Mondays and this past Monday and jets doctors cleared him to start Sunday's game in Seattle, which is the news that the jets were hoping for with their season riding on the line. They needed the quarterback that's provided some stability and some productivity this season. They got that from their doctors on Monday, clearing white to go and as you said with the medical clearance and now being a full participant in practice, he is all systems go for Sunday in Seattle. Good news there for the jets offense as we just showed you swag. He's been much better throwing the ball down the field, but what more does Mike white bring to this jets offense? Yeah, one baby face I think is just a calming presence to an offense that has been much maligned obviously with Zach Wilson and Joe Flacco in his time when he came in briefly, but also like this is a roster built for you not to have to be a Superman at the quarterback position. And Mike white sometimes can play above the exits and those obviously you think it's a much more mature approach to what they do offensively and more importantly, he understands who needs the damn ball in there. Like I think the last time out Garret Wilson had 15 targets. Yeah. Like that's what you should do. He sprays the ball around. 20, yeah. So he spreads the ball around much more mature in the huddle. I'm sure you see the way the team galvanizes and rallies around this guy. So it's a lot of things he brings to the table intangibly with this football team that gives them the feeling that they have a shot in these games and they can win these games and he won't be the minus of what they're trying to do. Lean on the lean on the defense, get the ball into playmaker's hands as much as possible, spread the football around and just be mature about your approach and how you approach this offense knowing that the other side of the football is probably going to give you a chance after chance to have success. Mina not just a big game for the jets, but also the Seahawks who are trying to punch a playoff birth in the NFC. There's a lot of ways you can go with this. What is a key matchup to watch on Sunday? You know, the Seahawks would rather see Zach Wilson, right? So this is bad news for them. As Marcus said, Mike white is the more competent quarterback. However, there are a couple things that I actually think the jets need to do better with him to take advantage of Seattle's weaknesses. We know that Seattle has struggled to stop the run. Although they have tightened up the run defense a little bit as of late. This jets rushing attack, which was so good early in the season with Reese hall and then at times the zona the night has really fallen off over the last few weeks, so you'd want to see them look better on the ground in this one if your jet stand. And then the other thing is, Seattle is the worst defense in the NFL against short passes, zero to ten yards. Garrett Wilson in the ball with his hands pardon me with the ball in his hands is going to be a problem. An issue for Mike white, however, is he's actually been worse throwing the ball short than Zach Wilson. He's even better at explosive passes. So I think you'd want to see him be a little bit more accurate working underneath because there will be opportunities for him if he does so. Yeah, looking forward to this matchup though both teams was so much on the line in week 17. The commanders also making a quarterback switch. This one, not though because of injury. Carson Wentz is back under center in place of Taylor heinicke with Washington trying to be a playoff team themselves, the two quarterbacks talked about the decision to hand the keys back off to the veteran quarterback who actually spelled heinecke in relief earlier on last week. It sucks. You know, every guy in this locker room should feel like they should start. If you don't, then you shouldn't be in this league. But yeah, you know, it is what it is. Again, I'm going to try and be the best backup I can beat up. You get to that point at this point in the season after everything we've been through as a team. I think it means a lot to us and we all know where we're at. We all know we're capable of and what we're up against. So it's exciting for us as a team, obviously I'm excited for my opportunity as well. Sort of an interesting choice here given that heineke has actually put a pretty reasonable number of lead. The commanders have gone 5, three and one Heineken 9 starts at the top ten record in the span for those who believe quarterbacks and fluids winning, Washington also ranks 12 in yardage under Heineken in weeks one through 7 with Wentz under center, the commander scored a touchdown field goal on just 23% of their drives. That was the league's lowest drive score rate by a lot over that span. Jeffy, let's get back to you that why go back to Carson Wentz right now. I think they're hoping that Carson Wentz provides a spark I think Taylor heinicke is a little bit beat up right now. You mentioned the record though. There's no doubt that Taylor heinicke has got support in that locker room that his teammates believe in him, but they think that by going to Carson Wentz, it could make the offense a bit more effective. They'll have some more throws downfield available to them, some bigger plays, and I think they're looking for that big play spark here down the stretch as they need to hold on to that last playoff spot field. Kind of a merry go round in D.C. swaggy. What do you make of this quarterback move? Baby face, you have a play roulette at the casino. Yeah, I've donated some money. That's for sure. Listen, man, I don't know. I don't know. I know I'm supposed to come over here and know something about the decision making. They call them riverboat run for a reason. Listen, Carson Wentz offer some things, right? Like we know that lettuce is he can get out and pick up some tough third downs. We know Carson wins deep ball can be nice and I guess you bet no upside. You're hoping that he's a more consistent throughout the duration of a game. We all sit back and wait. Let's be honest, we sit back and wait for Carson Wentz to make the one mistake that cost his team the football game. That's been the thing. Look, Carson Wentz has success in Indy. He probably had some good games. Play well. He shows you flashes. The worst player when I play for Bill Parcells when he used to say the worst player you want to coach is a player that flashes. You would rather have a consistent even kill guy where you know every Sunday, this is what you're going to get out of him as opposed to having a guy that could be a rocket ship and then it can go down to the lowest valley that you've ever seen on earth. Riverboat run is gambling. He's hoping that he can have Carson Wentz play at that level that we've seen him reach. And no, I'm not talking about 2017, Philly. I'm talking about the athlete, the ability to push the ball down the field, pick up first downs and with your legs on third down and have more of that than the bad part. But I'm telling you he's gambling because I don't know if I would have put Carson went in over telling her and $28 million to make you do it too. That's what I believe in salary is this year. You got to get that out of it. You know, I think that this is an upside play like you guys have been saying the arm strength atom alluded to the big play ability, the athleticism, but I would also add title heinecke is also put the ball in harm's way, probably more than he's gotten punished for during his winning streak. So I don't think you're choosing between the safe quarterback and the risky quarterback necessarily. You're just hoping that you get more especially in the red zone. I did see something from Carson Wentz in his limited play against San Francisco that I really liked, which is he was getting the ball out quickly and checking down, which you have to do against that San Francisco defense. That is encouraging, I think, because of course that's been a little bit of an issue with him over the course of his career that willingness or lack thereof to check down. So if he can sustain that, coupled with some of the upside you get from his athleticism and his big arm, I do understand this decision from Ron Rivera. Go ahead, Wagyu. I think Mina makes Mena made the greatest point red zone efficiency because we saw the commander's struggle with that with telehealth. And whether there's Carson Wentz being able to see over the line of scrimmage, whether that's him being athletic and trying to get in the end zone or making some throws that telehealth he can. That's a big deal, especially if you're the commanders and you're thinking that is where you're losing games. You know, we started the show talking about the raiders quarterback situation and many asked, why now? I feel like with the commanders, it's kind of like, that was time. It just feels appropriate given how Heidi Kia's performed of late and the possibility of when sparking a change

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"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:09 min | Last month

"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

"Sudden, first place in the NFC south, let's go to Los Angeles next where the Chargers put themselves back into the playoff mix with their defense since week 14 LA has allowed 11 points per game. That's the best in the league during that span. They've only started about 225 yards per game and have limited opposing quarterbacks to a total QBR of just 19. Also the best in the NFL over that span swag you want to know you love yourself some defense. This trend is going to continue for the Chargers down the stretch. I believe it will, baby, face. I think one getting healthy, obviously we see this team, they going through some injuries, defensively, but the addition of Braden for hoku and the interior, you talk about Sebastian Joseph day, some of the things and acquisitions that they made is starting to come into play. No more than Kyle van noy. He's affecting the way this defense is playing in the past and the run game. I think this trend continues. And if they continue to play really good defense, we know offensively they can play with anybody in the AFC. We are on to Cincinnati. Where Joe burrow and the Bengals play hosted the bills, Josh Allen, of course, Monday Night Football on ESPN, these two star quarterbacks of goodbye for 78 rushing and passing touchdowns this season. That ties for the most combined touchdowns for two quarterbacks going head to head in NFL history. That's a ridiculous stat. Two years ago, Aaron Rodgers and Ryan Tannehill matched up with 78 touchdowns between them, the same thing happened when two years prior when Patrick bones took on Russell Wilson also 78 touchdowns amongst the pair. Here are both quarterbacks on the upcoming showdown. The dude's all ball. He loves football. Honestly, he's a heck of a talent, a heck of a player. Got a lot of respect for him. As a person as a player, especially after his rookie year in the struggle, you know, with the injury that he had and coming back and just really kind of lightened the league on fire. It's been super impressive to watch. He's got a head of a story. Everybody that watches Josh, you don't have, there's no secrets about why he's so good. He's fun to watch, runs around, makes plays. Makes throws and nobody else can make. He's just an exciting player, a great player that, you know, where it's going to be fun to go against him. I can't wait for this matchup. So I'll start with if you mean, what do you think the key to this matchup will be specifically when the Bengals have the ball? Yeah. One of the reasons I love this game is not just because it's two of the most exciting young quarterbacks in the football, but also two of the best defensive coaches in football and Lou Anna rimon Cincinnati, Leslie Frazier in Buffalo. And Frasier's got his work cut out for him because I think the biggest discrepancy talent wise in this game is those Bengals wide receivers against of those quarterback group that's been uneven. It's been a revolving door, one of the positions, radius white is back, but he's not quite big, quite back to being himself yet. So I think for Frasier and the bills, job number one is to not let the Bengals beat you outside. You want to force them to attack you between the numbers with the bills have the third best defense in football, EPA for play, so I suspect we're going to see a lot of zone, a lot of split safety, so the Patriots have success with some of those looks in the second half against Cincinnati. They're going to try to make Joe burrow work underneath, run the ball, and hopefully make some mistakes, but it's a very tough matchup because those bingo's wide receivers are very, very hard to defend. Yeah, there's no domination on Monday night. It's just survival. Swaggy, let's go to the other side of the ball. What's the key in this one when the bills are on offense? I think your efficiency, babyface, and I know it's crazy to say that when Josh Allen is a quarterback and he's a cyborg can can do tremendous things as we heard Joe burrow allude to. But they have an opportunity to run the football. And against the Cincinnati Bengals, the worst thing you can do is become one dimensional. We've seen the defensive coordinator Lou and a remote for the Cincinnati Bengals take things in dimensions away from offenses, but if you make yourself that way, it's a very tough unit to have a nice out on. So I think the run game with Singletary and obviously cook those guys were headed ahead of 23 Kerry game between the both of them had a tremendous amount of success. It took some pressure off Josh Allen having to be Superman throughout large majority of the game. And when he needs to be, he can be that with his legs as well as his arm, but I think the Buffalo Bills to make it all the way. Throughout the longevity of this season, especially going throughout the playoffs and trying to win a Super Bowl, I'm not saying you come to every game saying, we're going to hand the ball off 25, 30 times to these guys. You play as the game allows you to. But I do believe that it needs to be some efficiency on the ground to not only take some pressure off of Josh Allen, especially giving him the propensity to turn the football over, but also just having to be able to churn out possessions and drives. And being able to play at a level in which you make defenses kind of do what you want them to do in order to open up that passing game. So I think against the Cincinnati Bengals will be a good start against the defense that you know is formidable up front and they absolutely wants to make want to make you one dimensional. Don't make yourself that way. I can just, I can see the passion oozing from you when you talk about running the football swag. You know I know how much you love it. Hey, did I tell you this already? Okay, good, because of course it is. We're going to remind you one more time. This game is on Monday Night Football. It's our ESPN Monday Night Football matchup 8 15 eastern ESPN ESPN2 ESPN deportes, and ESPN+ are coverage begins with Monday night countdown 7 eastern on ESPN2. Still not close to done here on NFL live coming up with Carson Wentz back in a QB one. What we see a big difference in this commander's offense, we discussed that next. So I may want to JSON like date them. If they go see, I'm a write them you already know it. With one of the best savings rates in America, banking with Capital One is the easiest decision in the history of decisions, even easier than deciding to listen to another episode of your favorite podcast, and with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Is it even a decision? 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"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:19 min | Last month

"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

"Would be an opportunity for us. Obviously, I don't think anybody was excited about it in here. You know, him being one of my really good friends and, you know, the reason why I came here in the first place. I mean, I wouldn't be here right now if he wasn't if he wasn't here. Does this change anything about how you do? Where you are and the situation moving forward. Well, we got two games left. We got the niners this week and then we got another game to go and finish so that's really all that I'm really focused on. You can make a good argument from a football standpoint that there are actually reasons to remove Derek Carr from this starting role, the 9 year vet posted a QBR of just two when blitzed over that span. That's the worst in the league as you can imagine. The 6 picks come out to an interception rate of nearly 7%. Also the worst in the NFL in that span. He's been off target on 24% of his past attempts only Zach Wilson has been worse these past three weeks have been ugly. Chef, let's get back to what more can you tell us about what's going on with Carr and the Raiders, a story that feels like is just beginning. Well, it's a situation feel where yesterday they made the decision to bench him for the rest of the season. And when they do that, obviously, it certainly seems like it ends his tenure in Las Vegas where he is the all time leading passer is thrown for more yards more touchdown passes than any quarterback there. Now, there is the issue of the guaranteed money. The Raiders did not want to be on the hook for that at that point in time. They say his did not drive the decision here, but the fact of the matter is if Carr had played or practiced, the last two weeks of the season and gotten hurt, the Raiders would have been on the hook for over $40 million in guaranteed money. And if they're willing to bench him and have him go away from the facility, which he's now left and be inactive for the next two weeks of the season, then clearly they're willing to move forward without him and they've made an organizational decision to go in an entirely different direction. There are people out there that believe Derek Carr can still be a salvage quarterback and be effective in this league. There are others like the Raiders who wonder again about the numbers that you put up there and why he was ineffective this year and had a league leading interception total. So it'll be up to some general manager, but this off season in a certain kind of way, Derek Carr turns in to the type of quarterback that we've seen last off season with Baker Mayfield or Carson Wentz where you're looking for a new home for that particular player and we'll see which teams are interested, if any in trading for him. So I Google feels a long way from that three year $121.5 million extension that Derek Carr and the Raiders agree to this off season. What do you make of this move by Las Vegas? Baby face, it feels a bit disrespectful. I must say, from a player's perspective, I think when you think about this situation in the entirety, you got to go back to last year when Derek Carr was literally the spokesperson for a tumultuous season, all of the things that were going on outside of the football field and actually played well enough to get this team into the playoffs. So to me, this breeds that there is a disconnect and some unlikeness within the Raiders of front office head coaching and quarterback situation, especially with a new head coach in Josh McDaniels coming in. I know you here tell Adams talk about it and he actually posted about how much he has Derek Carr's back and understands that this is a business, but also I will say this, man, as a player in the locker room, especially if Derek Carr is the guy that we watched him be. This would be very disheartening for me to see him be done this way. And obviously you could make an argument for his play and like shifty pointed out the contract situation which they would be on the hook for, but just from a player on the field perspective playing in this locker room, seeing his leadership come to fall last year, this feels a lot, this feels a lot disrespectful from the standpoint of sitting him down, especially if he was expecting and warning to play. Well, I do have some good news for their car, Marcus. It's probably going to end up with a better team. Next year. So he's got that going from. He also has that no trade clause, so he has some discretion because I do think that he will be a hot ticket on the trade market for a couple of reasons. It's a pardon me. It's not an excessive contract next year when he's traded. It would be about $33 million acquiring team to cut him after that. Obviously they'd have to give up something for him to Las Vegas. But, you know, I do think there's also a lot of teams out there that need quarterbacks that are otherwise pretty solid. When you start looking across the league at the jets, the commander is, of course, we always talk about the colts, potentially the falcons. There's a lot of options for Derek Carr and there aren't a lot of other quarterbacks in the market maybe Tom Brady. He decides not to return to the bucks. Jimmy Garoppolo, of course, would be a free agent, but assuming Lamar Jackson returns to Baltimore. I have to thank Derek Carr is going to be a target for a lot of those teams, and I think he'll be happy to land with some of them. Chefs, we've got a newsy quarterback afternoon so far and you have more out of Tennessee. What can you tell us here? Yeah, field moments ago, the Tennessee Titans officially placed their quarterback. Ryan Tannehill, on injured reserve, effectively ending his season. He underwent ankle surgery last week. He was never going to come back and play again in the regular season that much was never in question. Now it looks like he's not going to be able to come back at all. The Titans already are preparing to be without him because they're going to start Josh Dobbs tonight against the Dallas Cowboys. And I think the reason they're doing that is to get him ready for next week's matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars considering that they just signed him off the lines practice squad 8 days ago. So tonight is almost like a preseason tuna for Dobbs to get ready for the game next week that'll have divisional implications and whether or not they can hold on to when the AFC south title, but here's the sentence that I don't think a lot of people would have ever have imagined hearing early in the year the Tennessee Titans hopes of winning the AFC south title now rest on the shoulders of Josh Dobbs. The Tennessee volunteers, their hopes. Yes, when he played there in college, that is he Titans, I was not expecting that. Certainly not here in 2022. We're just getting started here on NFL live. The number one seed is on the line this week in the AFC can the bill's defense find a way to slow down Joe burrow and those bangles wide receivers, plus Mike white will start for the jets this week against the Seahawks. We'll get into what this QB brings to the offensive. The others do not stay tuned for it all. 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"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:15 min | Last month

"derek j." Discussed on NFL Live

"The days are numbered in the 2022 NFL regular season, but there is still soap, much to play for. Hello, welcome to NFL live we're getting you set for everything. I'm already hyped up now. I'll see you in the video. You can see right there, Marcus spears, me and Adam Schefter. I am field Yates, Thursday night is here. That means the games begin. And they do so in Nashville, Tennessee with our final Thursday Night Football game of the season, the Titans are what's left of them, play host to the cowboys, a very different Tennessee team's gonna be out on the field than the one that we are accustomed to seeing and for more on that match, but all the changes in Nashville, Tennessee. We say good afternoon to Edward and always great to hear from you and it looks like there's gonna be another quarterback change for the Titans, what more can you tell us? There's a nice football going out in style. Josh Dobbs is replacing rookie Malik Willis as a starting quarterback tonight for the Titans Dobbs was signed 8 days ago. The cowboys almost got here first. Hasn't made an NFL start ever in his career hasn't taken a snap in a game in nearly two years, additionally, Tennessee has 8 prominent players including Ryan Tannehill and Jeffrey Simmons listed his out and three others including Derek Henry listed as doubtful. I'm told none of the 11 are expected to play tonight. Winner lose the Titans are focused on next week's all or nothing game against the Jaguars for the division title and a home playoff game. So head coach Mike braver prioritizing the health of his team. On the other side, cowboys put her back Zach Prescott has no concerns about which Titans players line up against him tonight, or how hard the opponent might compete in the game relatively meaningless for Tennessee. The cowboys virtually certain to be on the road for the postseason and Prescott wants to this game to develop momentum for the playoffs and it seems the Titans in their present condition represent the perfect opponent, which caused the cowboys quarterback to smile and say, quote, if they want to roll us the ball a couple of times and let us go from there, I'm all for it. The cowboys, of course, playing to win Mike McCarthy wants to put as much pressure as possible on the eagles forcing them to win Sunday to clinch the NFC east and the number one seat in the playoffs, especially now that the eagles are without Jalen hurts and tackle lane Johnson field. Ed, as always, great stuff and enjoy the game tonight. I'm not exactly sure how to describe who will be playing for the Titans, but the game still matters, and of course, 60 minutes of football awaits us all. A lot more in this game. Sounds like a problem, sealed. He'll figure that out one way or another with Herbie should be a fun one, at least for cowboys fans. We're going to have more on that game in just a bit. We're going to move now to Miami and we're quarterback to a tumble by Lola is back in the country protocol. It's the second time this season. He actually did suffer a concussion on Sunday against the packers. We believe it was on this play right here where you can see the back of his head hitting the turf hard here from head coach Mike McDaniels who talked about tua and the latest and where he is at. I've been biased by medical professionals that it's critical that tua worries only about the day that he's currently in and nothing else. We continue to question them and once we got some information back or like you need to go see the doctor so to say with that absolute certainty that it was this that or otherwise there is some things that caused us to really prod and as a result we felt like he needed to see medical professionals. Yeah, the news again is unfortunate as to a does in fact have another concussion. He was initially checked for concussion back in week three against the bills, he reentered the game. That situation led to an investigation into the team's concussion protocols, he then suffered a concussion on a hard tackle the following week in Cincinnati, that removed him for the next two games. Taco Bell loa entered concussion protocol again this past Monday. Now not expected to play against the Patriots on Sundays. Let's get chef de and the entire crew in the mix here. And what more can you tell us on the status of tuatara viola going forward, Jeff? Well, Phil, you mentioned he's not expected to play. And this is a very serious and disconcerting and troubling situation surrounding two with everything that he has been through this past season. There have been so many times where he's had to leave the game. He's had at least two documented concussions. He's been in protocol, at least two times or three times. Talk to even keep up with the fact of the matter is they say that his well-being is the most important thing. And if it's the most important thing, we will not be seen to a tunnel by Lois Sunday. We may not be seeing him in the last Sunday of the season. And there's a real chance we won't be seeing him at all again this season. We wait to see what the dolphins determined here, what the best course of action is while tuo continues to get examined by various doctors and do receive updates about what he should and shouldn't be doing here going forward, but as you mentioned, it'll be teddy Bridgewater on Sunday at New England as Miami tries to keep alive its playoffs. Yeah, 8 and 7. They do have the inside track to that final wild card spot, but they have work ahead of them. Swag. Let's turn to you with what tua has gone through so far this season. What do you believe should be next for him? Yeah, baby face, listen, I'm no medical expert, but I do believe it was a concussion against buffalo and obviously the one against Cincinnati where we all watched just trying to just hoping to was okay beyond football and then you got this third situation. Listen, if I'm tour and any part of his family, I'm having a real conversation about my career. As far as the NFL football player and whether this should be it or not, and I'm not trying to be dramatic or polarizing, but this is three concussions in one calendar season. Let alone a calendar year. And when you start thinking about the long-term effects, the things that we've learned about the long-term effects of concussions, that needs to be a real conversation. Now, I know everybody looks at us as football players and we're barbaric and we're supposed to come out and do the things, but with information becomes knowledge. And with that knowledge, you need to do something with it. So if I'm his family, if I'm a part of tourist camp, I'm having a real conversation about if this career should be in questioning if it should be over because you're well-being long term as we've seen so many stories come out about the things that transpire from having concussions. Think about this, y'all. They got dudes don't have concussions throughout a ten, 15 year career in football. And we're talking about two of having three in one season. So I think that needs to be a real conversation for him this off season and going forward. Mina, it's not exactly the easiest topic to pivot off of and just talk about football, but the dolphins as a team do have to move forward here. Teddy Bridgewater is going to be the starter as we mentioned and what's going to be the key in this matchup against the Patriots who have been playing better defensively. Yeah, field so I went back and watched teddy's game against Minnesota. He played most of the game, not all of it. He's a played a complete game for Miami and I have to say I was pretty impressed. I thought he played well, executed the offense. It wasn't too dissimilar from what we've seen, the play action game was there. He was airing the ball downfield. Did throw a couple interceptions, one of them wasn't really his fault, but I thought he acquitted himself quite nicely. Now, that said, the Minnesota defense is very different from the New England defense. And regardless of who was playing chord back from Miami, I would say the Patriots defense present some unique problems. They are capable of taking away the middle of the field the way we've seen defenses who have done well against Miami have done that. And they are getting a ton of pressure lately. Josh uche is turning into an absolute star playing opposite, a guy who we know is a star in Matt judon. So I think for teddy, a couple keys, ball's got to come out quick to neutralize the advantage of the Patriots have at the line of scrimmage, and he's got to find a way and he and Mike be Daniel, I should say, I have to find a way to take advantage of their biggest advantage, which is their wide receiver versus a patriots quarterback group that is injured. They'll be facing some backups there. If you can do that, I think that they can still move the ball in offense because he is, of course, one of the more capable backups in the NFL. Yeah, three of the Patriots top cornerbacks currently not practicing. So they are thin at a spot. You do not want to be thin at against the Miami Dolphins.

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Donate to Our Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Campaign & Mike Won't Sing

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | Last month

Donate to Our Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Campaign & Mike Won't Sing

"Great having you here. And thank you so very much. My goodness, we're all about a hundred kids away from hitting 9000 children sponsored in our angel tree prison fellowship campaign. So here's our promise. If we hit 9000, I will sing joy to the world live. I already got a text saying, how can we donate to keep you from singing? Maybe if we hit 9000, I won't sing, joy to the world. That could be a poll question, Derek. Should we hit 9? If we hit 9000 sponsored children to get a Christmas present, a Bible and a message from their incarcerated parent, maybe we'd get more donations to get over 9000, which would be incredible. If I don't sing, joy to the world live on the radio. Sometimes we get a little carried away with our polls.

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Should Mike Gallagher Step Down as the Show Host?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 min | Last month

Should Mike Gallagher Step Down as the Show Host?

"The Monday before Christmas and I'm forced to ask you if you think I should continue as host of the Mike Gallagher show. It has come to this. I mean, I started in 1978 with my first talk radio show at 18 year old kid in Ohio. Made my way through the ranks, you know, went to South Carolina, Albany, New York, New York City, been heard coast to coast since 1998. And I am forced to ask you to determine my professional fate. In just a couple of moments, Derek will polish off our poll question, should Mike Gallagher step down. As host of the Mike Gallagher show, I may or may not abide by your decision. Holy cow. Elon Musk is going to step down as head of Twitter. This is pretty wild.

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Highlights of Sunday's action in the NFL's Week 15

AP News Radio

03:59 min | Last month

Highlights of Sunday's action in the NFL's Week 15

"Week 15, NFL roundup. I'm Ben Thomas, Sunday's action saw two more overtime games, but neither qualifies as the wildest finish of the weekend. That was in Las Vegas, with the Raiders beat the Patriots. Ryan lyong explains how. The Raiders scored on a crazy play as time expired to beat the Patriots 30 to 24 with three seconds remaining in the fourth quarter and the game tied the Patriots tried to extend a 23 yard run by ramonda Stevenson, but a second lateral by Jacoby Myers was fumbled and recovered by the Raiders Chandler Jones who ran it back 48 yards for the game winning touchdown. At first I was thinking who's around me. And I felt myself stumbled a little bit after the stiff arm. And that was thinking, who do I pitch it to that? I was just trying to, you know, keep the ball alive. It's when I stayed up, I just turned the jets on and the rest was history. Derek Carr was 20 of 38 for 231 yards and three touchdowns. The Bengals Buccaneers game in Tampa matched two division leaders led by two marquee quarterbacks, Tom Brady and Joe burrow. Early on, this was dominated by Brady and the bucks who jumped out to a 17 and nothing lead, but as Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd said, his team didn't panic and capitalized on four Tampa turnovers. When we create them, turn those, we got to go get them touchdowns, and not three. So I think the turning point was the offense rallying off the defense and making those turnovers into touchdowns. Boyd caught one of Joe burrow's four touchdown passes as the Bengals scored 34 consecutive points, cruising to a 34 23 win. Eric waddell, Tampa. Now one of the games that went to OT, Denny cap. The Jaguars overcome a 17 point second half deficit to stun the cowboys 40 34 and overtime. Jags quarterback Trevor Lawrence through three of his four touchdowns in the second half, hitting receivers a Jones on three of those four scores. I think it says a lot about this team, how much we trust one another. Widely Patterson sent the game to overtime on a 48 yard field goal as time expired, that set up rayshawn Jenkins for the game winning pick 6 of dak Prescott as Jacksonville improved a 6 and 8 on the season, Noah Brown caught a pair of touchdowns for the cowboys who saw four game winning streaks now and fell to ten and four. I'm Denny cap. The cowboys have clinched a playoff spot, but there are lots of winning the NFC east have gotten longer with the eagles surviving a trip to a frigid soldier field in Chicago. I really couldn't feel my hands. Equals quarterback, Jalen hurts. Didn't really have good vision on the field. In some, I never play anything that cold. Still, final score eagles 25 bears 20. The other two teams in the NFC east still have a shot at a wild card. Craig heist has the outcome of the Giants trip to Washington. Rookie pass rusher kayvon thibodeau had a strip sack of Taylor heinicke and a recovery for a touchdown while saquon Barkley rushed for a touchdown in 87 yards as the Giants beat the commanders 20 to 12. Barkley and the Giants are inching closer to the playoffs. Big win for us and, you know, playing meaningful games here in December, you know, is where you want to be. Heineken through for a touchdown pass, but was also sacked three times. The Giants improved to 8 5 and one while the commanders fall to 7.6 in one. Craig heist land over Maryland. The lines and jets are both now 7 and 7, but one of them is feeling a lot better about it than the other, Mike mancuso was at this one. The Lions continued their playoff push with the 20 to 17 win over the jets, trailing 17 to 13 with one 49 remaining on a fourth and one Jared Goff hit tight end, Brock Wright, who rumbled 51 yards for the go ahead TD. I know we had it, knew the cutback would be there, and I just thought, run as fast as I can, getting that into. Jets quarterback, Zach Wilson, who threw for 317 yards, got the jets set up for a field goal of one second remaining, but Greg sirloin missed from 58 yards. Other finals, the chiefs survived a trip to Houston beating the Texans 30 to 24 in overtime. The Chargers topped the Titans 1714, the Steelers put a 24 16 pounding on the Panthers, the saints so with the falcons 21 18, while the wolf will Broncos be the spiraling Cardinals 24 15. Monday night the Los Angeles Rams play the packers and what should be a rather frigid Lambeau Field and possible snow. I'm Ben Thomas, AP sports

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Jones snags lateral on final play, Raiders stun Patriots

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Jones snags lateral on final play, Raiders stun Patriots

"The Raiders scored on a crazy play as time expired to beat the Patriots 30 to 24 with three seconds remaining in the fourth quarter and the game tied the Patriots tried to extend a 23 yard run by ramonda Stevenson, but a second lateral by Jacoby Myers was fumbled and recovered by the Raiders Chandler Jones who ran it back 48 yards for the game winning touchdown. At first I was thinking, who's around me? And I felt myself stumbled a little bit after the stiff arm. And that was thinking, who do I pitch it to that? I was just trying to, you know, keep the ball alive. It's when I stayed up, I just turned the jets on and the rest was history. Derek Carr was 20 of 38 for 231 yards and three touchdowns. The loss could affect the Patriots chances at a wild card spot. I'm Ryan leong

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"derek j." Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"derek j." Discussed on Code Story

"Consider. So as much as possible, like trying to reduce market risk by selling a tool into an existing budget center. Good stuff. Well, Derek, thank you for being on the show today. Thank you for telling the creation story of ignition. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Thank you so much for having me. It's been great. And this concludes another chapter of code story.

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"derek j." Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"derek j." Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Good thing. It's a quick flight. Yeah exactly exactly easy easy fly but it's getting the show's going to be amazing. I've already seen the set. They've been building sal week and it's incredible. The lighting the elliott screens everything. I have a live ban. All cast dancers just Some dancers that were unworthy dance. You know actually one of the one of the boys. He's a new cast member mind He actually won the last season of dance. Too young ladies so He's exceptional. So it's it's again. It's amazing that cast dancers all different music big band music. Glad ballroom tab you know rock and roll. I mean it's it's a it's a full full night. That's awesome in. It's from wendy win from september twenty second to november twenty first nice. Oh yeah yeah it's gonna take mass dot com. Tickets is gonna be great and it's a really great room to at the venetian hotel. Words like very intimate but it still feels big. There's great energy in there. And so i'm excited about a map to hit you up. Take the fam. Yeah you're on record rated okay. Sounds good man sounds good. I'm gonna check that out and of course check you out on dancing with the stars. Congratulations on everything. And listen to the equal to podcasts. On iheartradio dancing with the stars premiers on the twentieth derek. Thanks for checking man. Appreciate on with mario lopez buying a home can feel like navigating. Uncharted waters redfin. Agents can help. They'll answer your questions with honest advice. So you know exactly what you're getting into. They'll also help you tour as many homes as you want and show you what it takes to make a winning offer with a redfin agent on your side. You can sail straight to your dream home local expertise from redfin. That's real estate dun-rite towards addictive property and agent availability. Virginia office falls church. Four four seven five seven seven. Three two did you know. There are thousands of active cults in america today. Political cults sects cults acting class called terrorist pulse to name a few. But do you ever wonder who are the individuals who get manipulated into them. I'm your host. Liz aia cousy tyler. Meesom was i in. A colt is a documentary. Podcasts showcasing the raw dynamic and inspiring firsthand stories of individuals who got in and most importantly got out of a cult. Why are people obsessed with calls mamie. Because they could happen to anyone and we should know because it happened to us. Listen to resign occult every wednesday on the iheartradio app apple podcasts or get your podcast. I'm khalil gibran muhammad. And i'm ben austin re two best friends one black one white. I'm a historian and journalist and this is some of my best friends are as in. I'm not a racist. And some of my best friends are dot dot dot dot dot dot in this show. We wrestle with the challenges and the absurdity of deeply divided and unequal country. listen to supplement. My best friends are on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Wherever you get your podcast..

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"derek j." Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"derek j." Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

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Because it's like a little distracting. But yeah i don't. I i got mine right there. I don't have any words of those. I'm gonna keep over there just to kind of you know not too many people those they're good look into. There's some there's some awards and some things that you're like album put doesn't away but these ones definitely should be on display and people know what they are when they see them. That's another thing. Yeah good like what's that crystal exactly exactly so kudos. Their season thirty man is about to kick off over on dancing with the stars. Some names are already starting to be announced who have who. Are you looking forward to seeing on the dance floor. Oh man i mean. I actually know a lot of the cast actually. I can't share it with you but But it's gonna be i would. I'm not just saying because we always say this every season it's good to be the best season but her but it really is going to be an incredible gas And i know this year. We have jobs iwo who who's an incredible dancer but she me dancing with a female partner. I wish the first for dancing with stars. You know two females. Nancy with each other Can really exciting for me. It's not really it's it's not surprising to me or It's quite common. Because you know. In england where i grew up where trained there are It's very normal for for drills to partner one another. They have competitions for all competitions and stuff so it's a pretty common thing So yeah. I'm looking forward to it though. I'm looking forward to seeing that on the show. How would you describe your judging style. My judging style. I try as best i can to give you know the best. 'cause obviously being a coach it hasn't been in the room teaching the celebrities My i always want to strike like giving them tips. They can actually apply not just of general like yeah be better do good one actually give specific things that i believe will help them improve It is really difficult though because it's live television and there's a very the time constraints so sometimes i go to say something. I have something you know that. I really believe will help them. And you know like two seconds and it was great time or exactly but But my i would say. I'm fair i would say that i'm real. It's be hard. I feel like it by heart. I mean just honest 'cause he care yet i generally do. I really want the non succeed. I want them to do good. So yeah being a dancer yourself of course in and a competitor does it bother you when some of the better dancers get voted off early. And you're stuck with the ones that are wack because it bothers the vr. I know you think it's a shame honestly like at the end of the day you know. It's up to the viewers. it's up to the public at home. Who stays right We can we can certainly try guiding as far as you know saying i hope you make it to the end or go you know. Go far or make the next week But yeah it can be frustrating. Sometimes when somebody who's really talented really good Gets knocked out early. But that's the thing the dancing is is only a part of the show You know it's really about the connecting in connecting with the people home connecting to your partner. The you know the packages the talking live on air. All of that you know plays into so and and that's what you see a lot too. Is you see people who have these big names who come on the show and they get all the press beginning. They get all the hype they get all the buzz and then there's some other cast members you're like i've never even heard of that is i don't know if that's from And sometimes those people who are really the biggest names who end up you know winning over the audience a lot so they don't really have any preconceived notion going into it so it'll be interesting. Yeah it always is You're part of this new podcast series equal to achieving disability equality This has to do with the paralympics. Correct yes yes. So it's a six part series A bic out on all the on the podcast platforms. Obviously dancing with amy purdy. Who is apparently being an extraordinary woman who You know for us on our journey dancing. The stars was just a incredible. You know she's a perfect person. Who sort of embodies that would apply isn't happening to you. It's happening for you. You know she really embodied that she lost her legs as nineteen was a medalists in the in the olympics paralympics as a snowboarder and of course a dancer she. We figured it out on the dance floor. There's no handbook. there's no rulebook. There's no no references to us. We just had a figure it out right and she did an exceptional job. So this podcast is it's It's different things in different focuses that focuses on as far as equality. You know for people you know because abilities in just understanding learning stories as well you know so. It's a it's a great pockets. Yeah man that's inspiring good for you. Talk about your vegas residency. That's about to kick off. Derek off no limit. Where can we see it and tell us what's in store when people check it out. Yeah it's it's going to be at the venetian hotel or venetian resort hotel. Say in las vegas and it's September twenty second to november twenty first. I'll be judging stars at the same time so i'll be going back and forth.

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"derek j." Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"derek j." Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Sahara on that no. I don't think so. I don't think so. He wasn't. how old is hana compared to jeeter. Well same age but -posedly five years younger and also very steroid. There was so many great shortstops a little bit before that time. Though barry larkin and omar vizquel. I mean there was was that was that was. Yeah but that was before that the nineties early two thousands was the age of the shortstop. Jeeter jeter was one of the first jeeter and a-rod we're one of the first big body guys there were other ripken was ripken was definitely The the guy leading the charge because live ripken was definitely a bigger than most and i think he kind of paved the way for some of these other guys anyway yet. They're the nomar jeeter thing. It's hilarious it's it's a good one. I'm glad the red sox out a little chuckle on that because it's not it's not close when you see the careers. Jeeter destroys always fun to remember number three dj three k. Church family kalamazoo one thing. Three two come three got together and written this script got told me to pick up three thousand hits the glorious history the charges you what david price stage everything he can handle two through some change. I think he finally drew a slider. What we've seen derek home runs. The other way we've seen a pulse of homerun juice. Some off speed pitches. Remember three thousand. Derek jeter this is another non. Playoff just isolated. This is a milestone moment for derek. Jeter his three thousand hit history with an exclamation point. I'm okay with that michael. Kay calls better than where fantasy becomes reality. Jeeter homerun off david price. I three thousand hit. He goes five for five in. That game ends up driving in the winning run in the eighth inning. This maybe you think it's too high. Maybe you think it should be higher lower. Whatever we all knew he was gonna get three thousand like you said barring a career ending injury he was gonna reach three thousand. Yeah but to do it with a home. Run as the first yankee going for five. After to that point in the season on july ninth derek. Jeter stat line was to fifty seven three twenty one. Three twenty nine yeah. He was struggling bad. That is dog shit. He was horrendous up until that moment and after the game he he said. I've been lying for a long time telling you guys. There was no pressure. The one time dirge feels pressure in his entire career is nothing to do with game importance and only do with like a personal milestone thankfully in the world series. He's he's cool. I'm good in the world series but in this in this personal moment when he was probably worried about detracting from the team. I got to get this out of the way so we can just move on with our season. He gets it off price and five for five. That was a to me that stood out as a moment and then he from there on out after that moment for the rest of the season hit three thirty eight three ninety two four two four fifty one so he was derek jeter again after he got that out of the way so again this one tells that tells the tale of why these moments are so different because of this. One is yeah. It's a it's a. It's a game in the middle of the year. But it's an it's an accolade that is huge and he does it in grand fashion. That's that's the thing with him. He's got that he's got the moment he's got the the i for for the big moment. He likes the dramatics. He likes all the the good stuff. It's not like you look at that guys like oh that guy is screaming for attention. Not like that kind of thing. She just likes the it seems like he's he's he's a magnet for big moments. It's just it's crazy how he does it in in fashion. And you can't even call it. We've had this debate on clutch for for a couple of weeks now like this isn't even clutch because it took forever to get there. But it's dramatic in the way in the way that it went down because everybody's trying to be at the stadium when this happens everybody's trying to get that one ticket to be at the stadium when this happens and it doesn't happen doesn't happen and people got lucky on that day. So the fact that he went five for five as as took boot with a home. Run to to to get that three thousand very baby. I mean there's that's just it's just you know a very big moment that epitomizes the who he is and how he does things he was only the second player in history to get his three thousand hit with a home run. The first is wade boggs and then obviously it a few years later. That always bothered me. Era did it as well. It just like really. You couldn't have just got a single up the middle a-rod you had to get a home run to. Yeah but wasn't it raining and there was nobody there which was that when he when it was raining in his final day is final game ever. It was a rain delay. Yeah that's right. And the next day was aaron. Judge day but no that was off. Justin verlander and i also believe justin verlander group fastball. Well again that's rice didn't groove derek. Jeter anything in his at bat. It was an eight pitch at bet and he hit a slider down in zone to left field..

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"derek j." Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"derek j." Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

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"derek j." Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"derek j." Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Hi derek start us off with just a little bit about you your background and why you're running for congress sirs absolutely so My name is derek sold. I an activist from victorville. California for those of you. That don't know where victorville is is The victor valley in is a population. Oster about four hundred thousand people that finds itself in the high desert at around three thousand altitude in-between wash angeles and las vegas on i fifteen corridor. Our city in our area is about four. Different nature. Cities lonzo hysteria. Uh apple valley and victorville in the victor valley and then our district is one of the largest in the country. It goes from joshua tree. In the south all the way up to just south. Of lake tahoe. Eighty points in the united states includes some of the lowest points in the united states. That valley about whitney in terms of me. I am originally from us to say. Oftentimes went folks at need that i you can. You can choose where you live. Not necessarily where you're born. And i have become a desert sun over the past fifteen years I started coming out here in the mid. Two thousand i love the desert Originally grew up in a small town out at a boston I like to say that. My twenty s. I worked alongside the united nations. I was also the director international basement. Act dot com as i exited my twenties. I found that I wanted to to get back in sue What i'd studied in. It's my real passion which is organizing organizing people politics and so might thirty and thirty eight right now has been all about organizing folks getting folks registered to vote and then a southern california organizer work for about a decade. Now all right so you mentioned. This district is enormous. Really huge and You know. I think it encompasses a lot of what people don't think about when they think about california so everyone thinks about coast area. La's san francisco and this is the inland area. So what are the kinds of. There must be a lot but what are the kinds of issues that That really drive the people in this district. What are the things that they're concerned with on a day-to-day basis. Yeah absolutely it's it's a great district is huge right. And so when you go from arizona kind of corner of the district you drive across the valley. And then he'd drive up to just south. Of lake tahoe. It's five hundred eighty five miles and so we have urban sections of the district. We have you know josh. Which revealed indigenous tribal lands in the district. We do. We have a myriad of different issues in terms of the main population centres. Victory valley worms talking before about the four hundred thousand. Both the the main issue is jobs. There are simply simply. They're not enough jobs here in the high desert There's the majority of people are either unemployed employed or are driving more than an hour and a half i will say is down the hill so down from three thousand foot elevation through the asked to sea level. And they're going to stand burn it. You know they're driving swell a and i talked to some of my constituents for our daily commute our they're driving from the high desert at to la. Traffic's bad. it could be six hours so jobs is a is a huge one and then after jobs i i think it's like everywhere access to health care and education. We don't even have a four year college here in In anywhere in our district so we have a couple of trade schools but there's no institution for higher education and so. I think the three main issues are jobs. Education health care if you are expanding the conversation other areas district you know. Federal protection of a new national parks is a big issue. Digits protection and within our district is the owens valley which provides forty percent of los angeles water and. Yeah and as we talk right now about the water crises that having and stuff like that. Water is a huge issue Here in desert and in in our district. So what are the kinds of things they you would want to do in congress than To address some of these issues things like jobs. Things like healthcare. Think the first thing with regards to with regards to jobs. I'm a huge supporter of the green deal. And i think that in other. There's different branding of the green new deal. I think that you have biden's economic recovery infrastructure package which touches upon a lot of talks a lot about a lot on on environmental infrastructure. And i think that honestly we are one of the one of the main kind of frontline communities that finds himself on the front lines of global climate. Change in the united states right. Now we're we're experiencing triple digit. A triple digit heat. Wave ended route and and at the same time. We have a lot of desert. We have a lot of wins. We have a lot of sun. What that means is that we have a lot of a lot of land where we can condone out green infrastructure solar wind and so big bad out one of the things that i really want to focus on as soon as an ensue Into commerce is going to be focused on creating the seventy five thousand dollar high paying union jobs that are coming from The green technology The technology boom that our district is is is sort of going for right now. This district is currently represented by a republican. And i in the two thousand twenty election in fact so for people who don't remember a california has these jungle primaries where it's the top two finishers in the initial primary who go into the general election so in two thousand twenty. It was actually a republican versus republican in the general election. So what is the path to victory for you. As a progressive democrat to come in excite people to vote and flip this district. Yeah absolutely Again it's a really really great question. I think when. I when i talk about this and i talk about the district to donors out when i talk about the district with constituents when i'm talking about just striped with folks like yourself and and media in different types of things the one thing i like to talk about is i like to ground campaign in what we're up to in terms of the democrat. Right here on the podcasts are not going to be able to see but right here by the demographics of the district always right behind me as a reminder of what we are Like what what. We're what we're dealing with in terms of the numbers. The other thing. I'm gonna say before saying the only thing i can say is that as in womanizer i- often like to say that we make kohl's In terms of in terms of looking at the different districts. So all that being said. When i when when i when our campaign look the demographics i would say that we have the numbers so we as democrats have the numbers to be able to win but i think that what needs to happen in order for us to get those numbers out is that we have an emphasis on registering voters and we need to have episodes on engagement voters. So unlike Perhaps a district that has voted republican many many times over the pastors. You might find in nebraska. The demographics might be heavily. Skewed to a white The white population in our district particularly because of the pandemic because prices have gotten really expensive in la county weird experiencing a wave of migration from From los angeles county and that is actually made us majority people of color a majority minority district and the breakdown is approximately forty five percent. Why forty-five percent latino. And it's ten percent african american and And image and so the numbers..

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"derek j." Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"derek j." Discussed on The Insider

"It's a miracle superhuman strength unbelievable and she gets sad and it was acquired. You said you save you saved a life. She's like yes. But i can't help but dwell on all the things that i thought i couldn't do and now i'm eighty okay so what we did in carbonaro effect as we lifted cars off babies man. I mean we'd like we. What if we tried this. There was an an earlier incarnation of derek. Mind that would say not possible but it is like everything we wanted to do. We kind kinda found a way to pull it off right either by pivoting the angle or changing the perspective. Or you know just by putting it out there. I had the i had the same experience Early on working on An mtv show called room 401 David minkin was a writer on it with me and One of the ideas ashton kutcher was the executive producer and he wanted at the time. There was viral footage of of a guy on a Aircraft carrier get sucked through jet engine. And like it's sort of this grainy night vision video and it was a real footage and it was. It was viral at the time. And he's like. Can we do that and we were like. Yeah we could try and you know we all these ideas and we would call airports and you know get pricing and it was just. It was possible but it was just too pie and it was just too expensive. It was not in the budget. And then i kid you not our our location designer fines at burbank airport. A gutted airplane for a company that does Custom interiors for private jets. Okay okay and this airplane has dummy engines and suddenly. We're able to do this. Incredible thing. i mean so again you know to a team is very powerful. And and We shouldn't we shouldn't limit our imagination to what we think is possible. I mean come on. We're magicians yeah. Yeah yeah even if the segue so talking. Virtual shows derek. You'll be doing our virtual event showtime in july good. What can people expect from usa..

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"derek j." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"derek j." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Just present a different perspective. And i would say i don't know if the right word is role model but i think Hopefully somebody out there will see this movie and you know think of a guy that looks like me a little differently. Not just like a or a yeah. We're we're bankers. Were lawyers were people who join the military where people who want to serve our country. That's right. I think that's that's really what it's all about. I think that's why movies are so powerful. Why why. I'm here and on a personal note two of my nieces or half chinese. So it's in my family so you know they're my brother's kids and i love him dearly and So i wanna see that represented for them to and and for me so It's kind of a selfish reason. But but you know you you you learn a you of my brother marrying a wonderful chinese lady. I mean she was grew up here and everything but in the states. But you know we got exposed to things we wouldn't have been exposed to and And my family. I think richer for it. Yeah you know. There's a line in the movie. That michael doran says that i wrote. It's in protecting the ones you love. The world can be stronger and I love that. I don't know i'm going to be selfish and say i love what i wrote there and hearing him say. Hey we're all selfish. We're all biased. Sure that's that's my take know you're gonna you're gonna have preferences that's totally fine but i think you know we don't. That's okay we have. We should embrace our differences absolutely absolutely and do a for do for you. You don't you don't have to do it for anybody else. Know what you don't owe anything. Danny nobody does anything to anybody. If it makes you feel good if if if you know if it's gonna protect the ones you love it's going to help them then why not. It's easy it's easy to be. Nice yes it is it is. It's easier to be nice. It's it's painful to be angry. Yeah oh yeah absolutely it. There's more work to be angry than than to be nice. It's just a lot of work and it never works out really well either so so there you go all right well thanks again. Age a revelation. That'll be out january. Twenty second on pay per view. And then you will see it on streaming we've been speaking to derrick ting. It's great to talk to you from hong kong derek and hearing a snow laden new york city but You know this is what happens this time of year. So we're kind of us to well. thank you. Thank you for having me and charlotte to my near friends. That's where i'm from so there again. My pleasure thank you all for listening to sci-fi talk thanks again and thank you again. Tear thank you. This is jim lee and you're listening to side talk..

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"derek j." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"derek j." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Yeah i bought one of the first in the airport right when right when they came out they go. I should i better. It was on sale because no one ever heard of drones. I just and so. I just bought it knowing that. We're gonna shoot agent one and so we flew the drone in the desert. We got a mazing like yeah. It's amazing yeah now you can do it like you can add it to the movie so much easier than than before and then and then because of that like those is like this. You know you watch a lot of movies. I'm sure somebody's even. These big blockbusters are just using stock. Because you can get it you can get it easily but back in the day not even too long ago. It was like so each at one came out two thousand seventeen so i mean it's been only like five years like halfway into and then he has like my second movie a deal on a time lapse and reflection stuff and that was like the big thing because you can do time lapse when technology was was better. Ucla a lot of time lapse yeah. Let's talk about jim young and it's obviously somebody that you're very fond of is a character. How did he come to you. He's based off a friend of mine. So i'm based in hong kong. I'm from new york. And i always try to base the main character. Someone that had that has some sort of interesting intriguing thing about them different perspective because a lot of times i feel like nowadays the characters are just so can be very bland. 'cause it's not that they're not interesting as we've seen them before so it was like. Oh how can i make this guy more interesting and then how can for movies and stories. I think it's about the characters making certain decisions or interacting with the characters. How they do that. yeah i think. That's what makes them interesting. Those little nuances. I had awesome parents who shaped my values and so my my friend came to hong kong and he told me that he had visited his his His orphanage he's adopted at the age of eight. He was telling me how he saw his biological mother. And what was that. Like in thinking about that. Then he kinda. It went down further that His when he went to the states he sounded like he was quite rebellious. He still hasn't told me like the exact stories of what happened between but his his adoptive parents. Actually you know basically had enough and they abandoned him they basically just wow right. You know you're going okay. You're eighteen you're out. That's it so like he just told me like. Yeah birthdays christmas. They didn't call me or anything. I thought about that and i was like oh. That's i couldn't even fathom that because if if you if your world is constructed by your parents then what if you just excavate that this gym character. That's his back story. That's like the the piece of him that when you see him kind of interacting with these characters and and being who he is. that's that's the guy portraying and that's that's why in so we see elements of that in the movie we see elements of his kind of like his kind of experience. Hopefully you'll feel a natural way in a sifi way ashley. So the cool thing is because he is based on somebody ground him and to you who plays him in rights for him really makes him very real. I would think yeah. And you know you wanna i think with characters you wanna see what they're gonna do and how they're gonna.

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"derek j." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"derek j." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"I thought maybe there's like one hundred hundred fifty but there was five hundred five hundred of them so so i was in a little bit of a panic mode it. It was a crunch mode. And what i had to do. Was i edited for six months by myself. Because you know. I had overspent my budget and and then I had to show my investor with no sound no no treatment and shown what what what we shot and everything and pitch them to say. Hey you know. I normally on budget. I'm normally everything nothing to worry about. But on this one. I think we should go for it. Essentially and i don't want to shortchange the movie or the audience with visual effects and sound. That's you know not of the standard of the movie. So he thought about it. He made me sit on pins and needles for a week. Really great guy. I've worked with him For does my fourth movie now. And i have a number of other investors to he said yes so yeah. He gave me the opportunity. I mean it's still not like the ultimate budget but it was enough to work with a great team. Like i have oscar winning. Sound like my mixer. He won the oscar for whiplash. Don't use jed dodge. He did by the way. Listen to your podcast with game The george george mar there the episode. Yeah so he did the emmy for a heavy. Sorry he got nominated for an emmy. For game of thrones in the dialogue part in my friend. Jed dodge chad who's the visual effects supervisor. He you know he worked tron. He worked on share They're working on all these big shows like the flash and everything. His wife jamie their digital domain so they have a great team in green del rey. So yeah it was. It was a really long process because the visual effects took a long time. I spent a lot of time on the audio to i. I went to l. a. Three times to do What's called. Ad are short Site brought in all the actors including michael jordan. Just a fix different parts just to improve it. Just you know really swipe slight tweaks but also what people don't notice this kind of feeling the the action with a lot of breasts grunts you do that as much in the actual performance that you have to come back and kind of that sort of absolutely. Yeah i mean you sound is very important on it film. Obviously and and that's part of it special effects wise. I guess you went mostly digital or did you try to do practical as much as you could..

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"derek j." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

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04:30 min | 2 years ago

"derek j." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. sometimes you have that experience anyway. People at all they're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. I tony tomato here and we have today dairy ting and he has a film agent revelation and not only did he write and directed is also in the film and plays the lead. Welcome derrick From hong kong. Thank you how you doing. Good good you know derek it. It's hard enough to write and direct something but to be in it wearing all those hats and being in the film. What was that like for you. Oh it's it's interesting because there's definitely pluses and minuses. Yeah obviously. I don't go back to my trailer after shot has done that's true or lack thereof trailer keeps going. It's like a marathon. I'd say we do twelve hour days. Which is very typical in the industry. I do not go over twelve hours by the way. So you're always on your feet. You're walking a lot. Just going the set was was pretty big as well so a lot of back and forth and then the physical part scissors action. It's exhausting so just get there. We'd set up and we'd shoot all day. And then at the end of the day i would just crash and this went on for about a month and at the end of it i was like. Oh my gosh. i'm so so tired and pretty much. Just veg for like the next two or three months. Don't blame me. I don't blame you at all. So the plot is i'm looking at imdb just to paraphrase. Here it's an ancient dust and it controls humans and it affects your character jimmy young and he gained superpowers..

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"derek j." Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"derek j." Discussed on VUX World

"The Enterprise content management space long ago when when sykora's first getting started in the us. Everyone knew they needed a website. We've gotten past that hurdle and everyone has spent years with web developers working in dreamweaver to try to build websites dating myself and everyone knew that they needed a platform to kind of Put some of the day-to-day content management activities in the hands of non coders And it was a really. It was like cultural change. I think within the web development world in terms of seeing these new roles emerge which were web content managers and digital marketers who really needed to get their hands on a platform so that they can do this. Work themselves in the conversational automation space. It's it's similar but different. The the different part is is while you know when when we were starting site core everyone knew knew the website today and something we can talk about as well as not. Everyone knows that they need to automate conversations. Not everyone knows kind of what's possible. And how much time and effort they can save or how difficult projects are so. There's there's still a lot of Lack of clarity and lack of urgency around adopting the technology in general but interestingly similar to kind of where we were recite court. We are at a point where people who have been working in this technology for a little bit are realizing that developers can become a bottleneck in the process of building out richard conversational experiences for customers and and i thought picking on developing asia but there's just limited limited resources with those skill sets that we need to enable a nontechnical less technical user to get their hands dirty with ecommerce platform. Do as much as they can. They're so that way when developers are actually touching the platform. It's to build out. Customer degration 's or to to do things in the system that exceed the exceed the skill set of the nontechnical user but in terms of just updating the logic of a conversation or updating the content of conversation being able to handle new intense those should really be in the hands of a of a business. User is probably you know develop a wise to show you kind of experiences. Wealth through various pieces of work that we've done beyond development develop. There's also in the same way we talk about skill gaps in terms of compensation design practice designing compensation development. Conversations is also two different things as well isn't it helps develop his inauguration. Don't necessarily have the understanding right now. around the tools techniques in a kind of conversational technical development. Would you say justin. Yeah no i think. That's i think that's really true. And then and then also i think the best deal developers are are lazy and a lot of ways. I think that's a positive thing that's eight and so we're talking about derek. About democratizing is sort of a cliche but giving the tools to more people with a company me's at a developer is not a certain bottleneck and they they can work on more interesting things The to push the whole history of web development analogy further kinda interesting. I'd be curious about you guys. Experience is the comparable skill sets that we had in the as kind of the web kind matured was people to who had done print design. Who'd kind of atp done marketing materials and traditional media and try to figure out. How can we take what we know from print translate the web and as as we all know is not a good fit for most of the time they they knew. Some graphical design and marketing messaging. But it didn't always translate. Well interestingly the conversational designed space organizations don't see themselves of even having that vague analogy that we had from print to web from a design perspective. People feel like they're starting from scratch but but the equivalent of that print designer to the web world are actual human beings having conversations with customers. So it's kind of like your customer service. Reps are the ones who can bring in a lot of that knowledge and skills and it might not translate directly to an automated conversation in a word for word. But that's kind of where you're a subject matter. Expertise knowledge resources already exists

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