26 Burst results for "Ditka"
"ditka" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast
"You play you play physical now come on. I did in my my base run-ins. I had rain itchy but it wasn't because i were trying to run over them. No question about that. it was because it was. It was the packers. When i was one of the barriers does a great rivalry and he didn't like me. I didn't particularly like him so we had a pretty good run. That's the beauty of sport right there. You gotta have a little bit a little bit hatred going on every now and then coach you did a lot of work for for guys like yourself retired players. Do you think the nfl has done enough for guys who played in your era to make sure those guys are okay and taking care of them enough. But i think they're trying to get better and Helping more and more and you know it comes down to them helping and and individuals. Also you know you'd have an opportunity to play sports. Play it saying some of the money. Don't set it off. Yeah i got one story the on the going out here. You can confirm or or not. And i think it's all in good fun at this point but i think you guys play the packers up in green bay and then i think you beat them and then after the game i think steve mcmichael and perhaps dan hampton both went out into the into the parking lot and we're hanging out with packers fans and maybe a beer or two after the game and then all of a sudden the bears team boss was getting ready to go back to soldier field and happened. Mcmichael were a little bit late. And i think you might have just told the bus driver to keep going and those guys had to drive their way home. Does that ring a bell to you coach at all. I think that happened. I do you celebrate the sadness. The work so i was ready to go. You hold up fifty some guy. Yeah i think it's just kind of fun. That bears mass. I wanna know that that Hey these guys were they were packers. Venture love the show. Love seventy six ninety nine for that. They were hanging out making friends work back. Yeah they did It was part of what made y'all. Hey let's let's wrap up with one can use. Give me any favorite moment with walter payton on the way out here every time anybody brings up thirty four. I think it brings a smile to the face of bear. fans just thinking about What many consider the greatest running back of all time. Well you hit it right on the button. He was the greatest running back with all the time. And thank you. Remember the first time i.
"ditka" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast
"I should get whatever i want. And i don't have an owner so it makes sense right there. You go right the you know. you're just one of the packers fan. Just one of the packers players that owns the team. I actually am on the if you know all. Nfl players are not created equal. If you are aaron rodgers you do get more say and if someone has a problem with that while then too bad. He's aaron rodgers. Same thing with brady. Even when he's in the bucks no certainly doesn't have the history there that he had new england. Obviously but if you're an owner or if your head coach you certainly would rather have. Brady's mentality than one errands doing. He makes it a lot easier. Oh no doubt. And i think they'd brady. They both have earned a certain level of cachet in this league right. They both have super bowls and obviously brady. Is the greatest quarterback ever play the game. Rogers one of the most gifted i quarterbacks to play the position of his era for sure. But i think that tom brady gets to a certain level even more so than aaron rodgers because he has the brand because he has all of the interest outside of football that roger might or might not have and. that's why. I think that these comments from brady. I think that we were talking about them. A because it's brady and be because comments like this from him or so few and far between right like whereas rogers there's kind of everything bubbling underneath the surface. But he'll come out and he'll say something to get you talking. Brady doesn't always do that. Yeah let's wrap up before we get to quit nelson with this. 'cause verte ramat. I've talked about this a lot. The vacationing mad verda ram. He's advert aram cottage or whatever he does on his time off. He's definitely around the lake somewhere. But so i. I think that aaron rodgers is going nowhere. I think i think you'll be plan for the packers on week one. Do you have a similar taker. You often anything's possible. And what would you say well kind of vacillates from me back and forth between being in in your corner that this is all going to work out sometime around. Like august thirtieth. He's gonna show up. He's gonna show up for week. One throw three touchdowns against the saints and off they go but the more people you talked to around the packers good and custos dug in here. You know my sources. Tell me that he's trying to use this to show backbone to show. He's not going to bend to aaron rodgers and he thinks he's right on jordan love. He thinks that jordan love can be a franchise quarterback and he's obviously betting his entire career. If rodgers goes elsewhere doesn't play that love is the guy if it works out. Great if it doesn't have all kinds of ag in your face and you're not going to be an nfl gm ever again. But i think there's probably at least a twenty to twenty five percent chance karm that rogers doesn't play it all this year that it's either green bay or it's nowhere and they'll deal with this after the season with some sort of trade while you actually think he'd sit out. I just feel like you know. Aaron rodgers mentality when he talked to people and i wrote about this a couple of weeks in the wednesday column..
"ditka" Discussed on Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast
"Coach care tom brady to rudy bukit. I don't think it will be totally book. It's got a good team around her saw brady yet here. And there's good at coach is I'm there yet. This is stacking. The box with nfl insider matt bird aram in mark. Gurman is a giant ormuz stacking. The box kind of a double episode here Matt lombardo is in first of all most importantly for the ing matt verte ram. Welcome mr lombardo. Happy to be here karm. Listen you got me before. I leave on my vacation. So this is you know. I'm countdown the hours can be you know away. Like mark verte matt veteran. But i couldn't be more excited to be here on stack. The box should be a lot of fun. See everybody takes time off this time of year especially the football people. The fourth coming ups. That's why we're giving you a double episode. We've got two big guest today. Quitting nelson of course dominated the offensive line for the indianapolis colts and the legendary. Mike ditka will be on the show. Ross gonna talk some indianapolis colts. Football with our indy colts. Podcast are destined adams. He's coming up in a bit. But you know man. Lombardo let me just give you a little history here. Yours truly born in nineteen seventy-three beautiful highland park illinois suburb of chicago. My first ever bears game was the opener of the nineteen eighty five super bowl season. We sat in the family section. No alcohol allowed. The bears beat the tampa bay bucks. This is off the top of my head by the way thirty. Eight twenty eight. I'm ninety nine percent. Certain that is correct. And jim mcmahon was the quarterback. Walter payton was the running back. The greatest defense of all time was out there and mike ditka was the head coach. Did get back in those days so long winded but he did like you woke up on a sunday. At eleven o'clock it was the mike ditka. Show hosted by johnny morris who was a former bears receiver and a sportscaster in town. It was at least for young car. Must see television. The mike ditka show live studio audience. I mean the fans and that's all it was an then it was the nfl. Today with jimmy. The greek career gone sideways. Irv cross brent. Musburger that was. I don't remember the early days of the nfl today. But i mean it was so excited you are looking live and then at noon. You know why did that. By the way right by brent musburger started the. You're looking live no good. He did because it was always a silent nod or not so silent nod to all of his gambling friends out there. So they knew before kick-off you're looking live at soldier field if it's snowing if it's raining to know which side with the over undertake what was going to happen with the you know. Perhaps if the bears have a trend where they don't do well in cold weather that year they would know which side the be on and what was really cool is back at the beginning of my career..
"ditka" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Or maybe Mike Ditka had already lost his mind. By then. It doesn't matter. We're talking about Roger Starbuck, in what you just heard was courtesy of CBS. If he didn't go into the military If he didn't serve. You wouldn't be on this list, but he is. He's a draft steel. There's no damn doubt about it. Let's keep it moving number Sri. Had number three. Top six NFL draft steals, not named Tom Brady. Man. Gave you Russell Wilson at six. I gave you Shannon Sharpe at five I gave you. Roger, Stop back at four. At number three. You know what I want to give you another Denver Bronco. I want to give you Someone else. They didn't think he would be able to hold up. His name is Terrell Davis. He was selected in the sixth round in 1995. He was the 196th pick out of Georgia. He already had the play behind Garrison Hearst. If you want to talk about a career Where man was basically just shot out of a cannon. That is Terrell Davis. This is pretty wild and interesting. Seven years. The.
Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90
"Power outpouring of tributes from around the NFL saluting hall of fame coach don Shula passed away this morning at his home in South Florida here's Mike Ditka special inspired and they were they break form and there's nothing they believe that they couldn't do before sure the one three hundred and forty seven games as a head coach sets an NFL record he
Lucy DeCoutere on life after the Ghomeshi trial
"Five years after I speaking out Lucy Ditka tear joins us by phone from Halifax I lucy. Hey Sarah you are nine nine journalist friend who followed me through like last ten years or something like that go way back. I think the first time I interviewed you was way back in the national post about out like trailer Park Boys Air Force Life. What is that life? Yeah I know many places since then hasn't it maybe not not funny. It's not funny. That's that's the thing. It is totally funny. Well let's let's talk about some of Y You know why yeah. We reconnected today. which is really just A A comedy club a actors night a couple of weeks ago in New York City There was a comedian. The End Kelly Bachman who came onstage after noticing in the crowd that Harvey Weinstein was there. You know the Harvey Weinstein that has been subject to so You know so much exposure of the the sexual violence that he's carried out You know what did you think when you saw her. Stand up clip of her actually just calling out His presence in that DOC club now to be fair I didn't see it. I did read about her reaction to it but I didn't see it because I didn't have the stomach doc for it. Unfortunately I do have a little bit. I have to for self protection. I have to put blinders on for some of that stuff just because My own experience watching the people who are thought dubious background rising up but how I mean if that had been knee like there's no chance he would have gotten out of there unscathed unscathed chance because she was able to stand up about it clearly at a point or she's in a place where she's doing stand up again. That means that her resilience has kicked kicked in and so she has nothing to lose by. Saying hey what are you doing here. So that's something that it's uncomfortable for the person person who they're sure soaring Mr Weinstein that you were called out kind of accept not even name right it was like there's the elephant in the room. The Freddie Krueger as she called a there's a presence here in the New York Times she wrote a piece about why she stood up against him absolutely an in reading that There was lot that you know really struck a responsive Chord Because mostly of my experience of having been talking so much publicly about this stuff and also because of my Default to humor which has sort of followed me my whole life and to sort of How that all played out? And how's he talks about how she lost years of her life to this her recovery and lost to something that she shouldn't have lost any time to and how she walked around with sort of cloak of of shame and regret for not having pushed up it like. She said she wished that she had she hasn't pushed up. She wishes pushed up harder and that she should have been stronger. And and how can you like. That's something that no one would ever are put on her but she put upon herself and as I was reading it I was just very much relating and understanding where that comes from and understanding extending that it's not productive and And it takes a long time to shake off if you ever do. We'll tell me you just said that you had sort of default of humor a longtime in your life. Tell me about that you know and how did that But up against sort of what you ended up having to deal with five years ago now when you did step forward and said that You've been assaulted. Yeah well My sense of humor shifted for sure I've always had a fairly Russia's sense of humor and definitely Defaulted into sexualizing things that are not not sexual. Because it sort of the Lucassie of it became funny but That immediately has shifted quite a lot like I definitely lean pretty hard into it. That's the name of your sex tape kind of joke but Sexual humor is mostly off the table. And also I will talk talking very bluntly about a lot of things that I wouldn't ordinarily have and then just twist a little bit so it's funny but I'm sometime. I talk about sexual assault every day at some point we had never done before and it's not even so much because of my experience directly with sexual assault the talking about sexual assault and part of that is because I don't even understand why consent is a conversation. I just don't get it. I don't know why it's it's a conversation. I don't know why it's obscuring big. I don't know why people don't get it. I really don't know I also feel like once. I started to talk about sexual misconduct and sexual assault in and a public realm. I can't like responsible to not. It's sort of now. Feels like an act of service interesting and and and I had such a thick layer of shame on the that came from well. The lawyer that was up against the trials does that when I when I killed it off. It's like still still feels like you know how when you peel off the scab super satine then underneath it. There's this rawness and that's something I still carry an will not sure when that will fade. If ever having the blend of anger and and humor is really interesting to me. You know to actually use it as a tool. Who'll to wake people up? I guess in a way or just to respond in a way that feels like you can cope throughout that. I mean that's what was so compelling about Kelly's response aunts right. She was just like I use this tool that. I have this this mechanism that I have to to help Call this out and I still don't feel like it was enough. You know that sounds sounds good familiarity your experience to yeah absolutely. It wasn't enough like after. Can I just call it. The trial of the century after the trial of the century. I just felt so terrible. I didn't expect that The purpose going to go to jail but that wasn't why is so devastated. I was so devastated because I nine told you this I know it. I told you this directly I felt like just let everybody down and I felt like I was striving for some kind of perfection in this trial. I don't even know what would look like but I felt like I had some kind of arm around me and then as soon as I got in there I realized that that was not going to serve me and I was dealing with someone who is a millionaire who was being paid. Probably close to a million dollars to make me seem like a crazy person. And so what could I possibly have expected. That was what was kind of devastating. I felt like the shame that had been imposed and that was strategic that was done purposefully by by the teams obviously accounts. Yeah it was. It took a long time to shake. And I'M GONNA say shake in the past towns just for fun we can keep it in the present tense. 'cause it's stuff that hits me at like during the wee small hours if I have have a hard time fell asleep just because of sometimes insomnia hits all people and and not trial slow to a friend of my mind's eye more often than it's comfortable and then I remember immediately afterwards. I felt like it was my duty to wander around the streets of Toronto and talk to strangers. Most of whom are women most most of him as soon as they saw me. We're literally brought to tears and running cells around me and cry and I felt like that was a sentence I had to bear which is a little bit weird and I don't know where that came from. Will you wrote a facebook post on October. Twenty six which was five years sense sense grammatically was fired from the. CBC for You know showing videos to his employers you know of of sexual misconduct essentially and you know you. You talked in that piece like was it was such a a mix of like anger. You know a lot of anger that you have and then but also I'm reaching for the the hope. I'm reaching for the lighter things. I'm trying to do something with this. Has Sort Well
"ditka" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You know, of all the things have happened to this point. I think the thing that interests me, the most is just that, you know, the Cleveland Browns have been resuscitated reborn before our very eyes. I mean, let's go back to the last Sunday of the football season where you know, in a game where they weren't really playing for anything, you know, in the ravens they came very very close to knock in the ravens out. And then they followed it in the off season by making at least from what it appears they appear to have made all the right moves. And you don't often see the Cleveland Browns do this in any of our lifetimes. So I think the Browns and then going out and being last week. I said it. With the the guys who make the NFL schedule in New York. And listen to how you know. I I mean how crazy does this out? Listen to how ESPN right from the start wanted to Monday. The the Cleveland Browns with were their team. They wanted to Cleveland Browns games on their schedules. NBC wanted a game a home game early in the season to capitalize on the Cleveland. Browns fever, so. They get weeks three at home Sunday night. Against the NFC champion. Rams just and and just listening to all these not only the networks, but all these people just sort of frothed over the Browns and over Odell and all that other stuff. I think their stories going to be a great one and to predict what the biggest story of day one of the draft. Do you anticipate it to be Cuyler Murray being selected number one overall by the cardinals? You know, I guess so, but I think most people, and again, it might not have it. I don't I don't have any insight information that say says it's going to happen. I mean, I think I I feel confident that he will be. But you know, I I I have no I can't sell insurance on anything like that. So I I all I can say is that it looks like Marie is gonna go number one. But beyond that, I really think what the raiders do is going to be huge story when you got four picks in the top forty and the coach has staked his reputation basically that we got our quarterback. We're going to get rid of everybody else of great value. And then we are going to make our bones on drafting the next great Kadre of Oakland Raiders. I I mean, there's a lot at stake for the Oakland Raiders. This weekend. And I think my gut feeling is the raiders will be the story. But you know, somebody's gonna come out of nowhere. I predicted a might mock draft today. That somebody's gonna come back up. I predicted Denver not to come up and get a quarterback low in the first round. I think basically you're going to have several teams very low in the first round that I know the Rams are they're going to try to capitalize on any player or players who are still left low in the first revenue teams ought to get a fifth year for contractually. And let's say one of the quarterback Steve Jones drew markets there. Let's just say I think somebody's gonna come up and get them. Let's let's just say for the sake of argument, it's dense. How incredible with that be that, you know, you you basically trade for flacco you tell him that with a little bit of an asterisk he's guy going forward for at least a couple of years. And then if you drafted a young quarterback, and I'm not saying they will. But that would be a really really interesting story. Nothing like, Mike Ditka. Giving up his entire draft for Ricky Williams back in the day. Right. None of that would happen. I'll tell you that. I sorta live that my column last last week. And and I I found a bunch of people involved with it and the most the thing that really sticks out about. Mike ditka. Doing that is how very very how very difficult it was. And, you know, those who who don't really remember, you know, it's been twenty years since Mike Ditka was the head coach of the New Orleans Saints and he loved Ricky Williams so much. Williams rushed for I don't know. Twenty three hundred yards of senior, Texas and everybody was talking about eventually the draft and did cassette. I wanted them and at the league meetings. He said, I will trade my entire draft. And so the league meetings. You know, Charley Casserly GM that time of Washington told Billy Herrick GM of the saints put us in line for that one. We'll do it. And so anyway, it ended up happening and Ricky Williams comes in. He's he's very very shy and Ricky Williams comes into New Orleans, and there's like six thousand people at the saints complex having a draft party, and he gets walked through there. And then he goes into the lobby of the saints building in Mike Ditka's, they're wearing a week of dreadlocks and a Hawaiian shrimp greeting Ricky Williams, you know, it's like he's trying to be Bob mar. Early. You know, greeting Ricky Williams and saying your home, and it was just, you know. And of course, they had also year. Dick got fired and Ricky Williams was sort of wishing never with me the filter. You know, but it was just that was that's that's really got to be one of the best best draft stories in my lifetime. Awesome. All right. He'll up. It. Sounds like you've been hurt. I've been finding this all winter too. I don't know about you. But have a great draft. Peter. Thank you all the best guys. Thanks a lot. Peter King NBC great stuff as always check it out. When you think about the top stories in the draft. Obviously Cuyler Murray is going to be on the front of everyone's brain. I mean thinking about average is writing this down cliff Kingsbury as you talked about earlier in the show was fired as the head coach of Texas Tech. I believe he was hired as you offense coordinator for about a day and a half of USC, right? I want to let him out of his contract interview. Then he gets a head coaching job. And then the story becomes that a kid that played one year because he was following in the footsteps. Of the previous year's Heisman Trophy winner. Who was supposed to play baseball. By the way, he was supposed to play baseball. Not even be interested in plain National Football League fast forward. Six seven eight months. It's an incredible story altogether in that they traded up for Josh Rosen. Just the year before the same general manager, by the way who still there. It's not like the old guy who've coup draft rose. It's time. Right. You've kind. So I mean when you think about it going into the draft on Thursday night. That's a pretty crazy story where the first pick will be made with a head coach got fired from Texas Tech and the more than likely to draft a kid that wasn't expected to play in the NFL because he had this promising major league baseball career, and this huge signing bonus that he got on Ovalles the way as you mentioned last year. They drafted Josh Rosen. I mean, it's fun watching this. Yeah. I know we would love the bears to have a first round pick. But it's nice to sort of watch out for the bears. No, I would not put anything past Ryan pace marching Greco will join and let's you he agrees with wattle says pay sustained Pat at eighty seven we've got a sandwich. I say he's moving up even if it's five spots ten spots. But he's moving. He's not waiting Dell. Eighty seven we'll see who Marquis auguries. Well, we'll be at twin peaks on Thursday to talk about it more right point peaks is the ultimate sports lodge. You've been searching for the wall to wall. Tvs allow.
"ditka" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Touch on his reputation? Don't do drew Brees the way. Mike ditka. Did Walter Payton and the Super Bowl. Remember when dick let the refrigerator's gore tests down rather than let sweetness dive over the top. It's a stain on dickers- resume. Not paintings drew Brees ending his career without an MVP would be a stain to the NFL. Give it to him Mahomes will win it next year. All right. Joining the desk now or FOX fell analysts, James Harrison and TJ who's been zodda Marcellus. Finally, research concludes. I'm well with drew Brees. I'm sure you disagree with me, you're on Mahomes wagon. But yeah, I think drew Brees deserves MVP this. How you spent your Christmas Grinch they're gonna kacoos her like this of the blasts of his came in the day after Christmas. They here it is. This is crazy. You know his box day especially in Canada. Shallow my Canadian family? They celebrate today. This holiday, I shouldn't be here. But I'm here. And I gotta deal with this madness art, I don't understand the fever. The love to try and take this trophy away from Patrick Mahomes who's been the front runner, and it was been the MVP candidate this entire year. There was a time where drew Brees look like he had that award and he gave it away. So let's not just argue ad nauseam about how great they are. Let's talk about the moments that they weren't so great their worst moments this year because that's how the Heisman Trophy was decided this year it was decided because of the worst moments of those two guys not necessarily. Great moment. So let's look at drew Brees worst moments. Oh god. Did drew Brees actually lose a ball game? Or we're squad. We're patch Mahomes. Never did this year. He did he had one game. We had to seventy one quarterback rating one hundred twenty seven yards against the Dallas Cowboys. And if drew Brees was anything near the MVP standard drew Brees. They win that game. Patrick Mahomes has not lost a game this year. We're his quarterback rating wasn't one hundred three or higher. So his worst is by far better than drew Brees. It's worse who did patch Mahomes lose to this year? The state of teams patriots hogs ramps and chargers. Okay. People could take that digest it. Let's look deeper. He lost Tom Brady. Russell wilson. Philip rivers..
Parents of Maryland student who died say health center didn't test for adenovirus
"Head coach. Mike Ditka is back home after suffering a mild heart attack last week that landed him in the hospital Ditka. Spent the weekend hospitalized in Naples, Florida and said to be doing much better. According to his agent after falling ill while on a local golf course. Doctors inserting a pacemaker into the seventy nine year old pro football and college football hall of Famer did previously experienced a heart attack back in nineteen eighty eight at the helm of the bears forcing him to miss one game that season metropolitano, Fox News real estate developer who bought the Detroit mansion owned by late R&_B legend Aretha Franklin has announced plans to renovate the home. Anthony Kelham says the home was vacant for ten years and requires major renovations to restore its original beauty Franklin died in August of pancreatic cancer. I'm Lisa lacerra. And
Mike Ditka recovering after suffering heart attack
"By the way. Mike Ditka was hospitalized. I think we just found out about this on Friday. Yeah. Got a heart attack. Right. Yeah. Had a heart attack while he was playing golf and in Florida. And apparently, he's doing fine. According to those who know and that he should be out in a few days. You think he had missed the pot and just lost it. I mean, if we assume coach dick, and what you know of coach, dick. I don't know. He's remember he when he was head coach yet heart attack. That's a few days later. Yeah. That's right. Dan, SNL super fans even. Yeah. Have. Oh,
What to expect from Apple's iPad and Mac event
"It's got an event next week in New York City at the Brooklyn academy of music on Tuesday morning, ten AM eastern. So all of you people who like to tune into apple events that's three hours earlier because it's ten AM, but it's a New York. So it's three hours earlier. So you'd better get up three hours earlier and watch the apple event a lot of rumors about this event. Updated ipad pros with face ID and an updated industrial design a new entry level. Mac notebook. Maybe updated MAC. Minis an ipad minis, I don't know about. I had many. That's so weird. Anyway, I just wanted to do a little little apple vent. Check in to get what you guys think about your sort of your expectations and about what we might see and what you're excited about coming out of Brooklyn next week straight out of Brooklyn. Let's start with Tom. What do you think? Yeah. I'm looking foods with a interesting the holding in Brooklyn. What was he going for this? Okay. They did the same thing for the school event. Right in Chicago. Yeah. Says let's say something about that. And all ipad. So they they they wouldn't that be these particular events away from the Hague Kyun stuff. BS for the pep pro. The only pipe pro. Within each of these something different. They need to it needs to be more than what it is. I think it's like slutty confused as to what is the moment, and by Finn software, and hardware. They've does gesture changes in Iowa, and they keep doing them get little confusing if he's an iphone as well. So I wanna see if they can like make that little bit neater with deaf you on the southwest side by also I think everyone just wants them to do acephalous one in Iowa. Has basically everyone wants. I think I didn't quite ready to do that probably. But I definitely light to see them improve the keyboard. And just just the ability to have to touch display have some soul Poitou integration with touching display and beim too. Many play and they'll be you can now we'll just have an attack pet. I I don't dunno. like that just needs to be something there because I think it's just not quite where it needs to be right now be like the things I want to say do those Moshel fill at quicken. See an I pep pry with small pedals face on a day better. Prices all the stuff that we would expect budgeting. Keyboard side of things will be will be the most interesting. Mac which Reno. What do the macro Nellie seems? They seem to just kind of an I like frontier. Much into. Pat on into China's well like it feels like he's a little lost the max load of things. So I'm hoping that they can come back with a comeback strong mechanize room is of an updated the Mike bouquet with that set. She called him at Buca. That'd be crazy. Not cool at Mike Ditka. But on a low people disagree. But I feel like it's a name is like clinic. I feel it the naming doesn't really make much sense across they put us anyway. Saif? A I feel like if they they might picket Amos, it doesn't really matter. But I do need to competitive. Let's hope I'm Mba's ago easing windows, laptops, like five is goes Toby's Pence, but just just trash. The system itself. Just wasn't quite they've really come back. Little at the times have been pushed us business stuff today. Much Pettus it there's a little more competition. Apple unimportant has had in the premium into the mocha. So definitely want to see them respond with some family maximum.
"ditka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Mike. I think we have to have a proper announcement for a thought that Amine. Alhassan has had that. I believe to be shocking, which is the number two seed in the west stugatz the number two seed in the west. Go ahead and pick five teams that you believe to be the number two team in the west. Just pick any five teams that anyone in America would think is the two seed behind the warriors in the west. All right. I'll say the Houston Rockets the pelicans of the Portland Trail, Blazers. The LA Lakers and Minnesota Timberwolves you wanna take another five. Would you like to because you didn't guess what he's got as a shocking, Mike and fire. Another five. And I'm telling you right here that we might have another mind blown situation. Wait until he might go another five without naming who Amine believes is the two seat in the west. Go ahead. All right. I'm gonna go Oklahoma City thunder. I'm gonna go Utah, Jazz, bingo. You just got it on your seventh pick who the Utah Jazz, though, who got the jazz jazz. Oh my God. Mind was blown amino has an how can you make such an audacious claim? They're easy, the Utah. Jazz are an elite elite elite defensive team best defense team. We have an elite. You ask Howley, right? So last year without Rudy, go Gobert for about thirty games. They ended up having what we thought was a number two defense turned the number one defense over the entire tired of the year right above the Celtics, and I believe the Sixers. If you took out the thirty games at Rudy Gobert didn't play the twenty six hundred. I was distracted because the television is on delay in here and I just saw Billy and all them floor. It was visually amazing news. I'm sorry. No, no. Let me tell you some. It's funny to hear it and then not know what it looks like one day. I saw it on TV. Mind, blown character just fell off of your screen in a way that was violent and may have him hurt. I did so because this team that you're going great defensively gave up one hundred seventeen to second. I know. I know. I know. The opening night jitters, right? But but. Here put this on the poll. I reject all his basketball knowledge. When you get your mind back together, damn. Anymore. Back together and. The wicked witch of the east. This socks. Jazz jazz. So if you remove the twenty six games, Rudy Gobert didn't play. Utah was not only the number one defensive team, but the gap between one and two was a same as gabardine two and nine. That's how much further ahead of everybody else they were defensively. Then you add in Donovan Mitchell second year. And a lot of times people say, oh, second guy's gonna take a leap specifically by Donovan Mitchell. Usually when guys take a leap, it's because they've got a better feel for the game and for for him, he's such a film veracious player and not a lot of players like a lot of guys like to get in Jim in this work under stuff. He wants to so much film that he's going to take that leap. And this team's is going to be tremendous year gamma. When you put your mind back together, can you please put on the poll? Is it a absolute horror for the league? If the Utah Jazz, are your number to see? Like if if. Amine is right. Is it the worst thing in the world.
"ditka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Your rights Gosse under Israeli. Good. You know what? I loved about him last night beyond the footwork and the soft touch is a heating force. Anything. A lot of time to get young bigs, they get the ball, they wanna show you all their postal. They wanna bang them get young, big old. Bigs, Dwight Howard was Assan Whiteside, Andre, Drummond, all these guys wanna show you how strong they are, the Becky down in those this jump eight and kept everything really simple. And when the shot wasn't there, he didn't force it for the most part. He was tremendous. But let me tell you something that could look Don church. That's some special over there. That is. I don't know if you guys even. So did you see the highlights at least what people are talking about him like he's going to be the best foreign player ever and we're talking. They're talking about him the way that they were talking about. Dirk. Remember everyone talking about Dirk like this when he was talking about when Turk was in the like he was on his way to having a really special getting foul trouble, but he to having a special and you know, and his game is rough around the edges. He's not. That great at shooting yet. He's a streaky shooter. I call them. And obviously since I m b game trying to get a customer, but he rebounded the ball really well. He pushed the ball on the break yet. Some amazing passes forget the assist or just some passes where you know he does a good job of looking away the defense and then throwing the right past. But he had one plan particular where it was, I think, is second assisted the game where he caught it and drew the defense and new without looking that the honor join was gonna be rolling. And as I said, a lot of guards, they might have thrown over the head. They might own a little pocket, pass this cocky, son of a, you know what goes behind the bat. Perfect timing, perfect placement for DJ dunk it. It's the kind of predator natural kind of awareness that we're talking about authorized the draft process that this kid has something that you can't teach in terms of spatial wariness. This is an interesting time in basketball. When you talk about these long. Players? I don't know. I don't know how many of you saw bombo last night, but there is it's a revolution. What's happening in in the sport might be more of an evolution. Yeah, trouble Appalachia, like because Karl Anthony towns. Okay. As a player, he should be someone who is every part of the future. It's why Minnesota paid him. But when you look at that box score last night and you're looking for what's going on with the timber wolves and that Butler situation. And then you see the box score and it's Karl Anthony towns, six thousand twenty two minutes and he's going whatever it is to for six to eight while Jimmy Butler is taking all the shots and he's your max player. It reminded you of that game. He played against Houston in the playoffs where you're like, wait a minute. Why is this person useless? Why is he running around out there? He's seven feet. He's young. He's amazing from the perimeter and inside. Why does he look like me out there? Cat. Donlevatar I feel terrible. Here's the thing with you. You don't actually feel terrible. I didn't feel no, you really care. I know you announcing feel terrible as just your way to move onto the next terrible thing. You're gonna do to guts. They're just words and words mean nothing. They don't mean nothing his words. Me words, nothing just transitions to your next lie. That's so right. They're not words. They are bridges to lies. These libertas show with this two guys on ESPN radio, Tim Kirk is gonna join us at eleven, but before we do that, we have to all like get out of the way. This is shocking. ESPN news. I mean, I'll has an has come and see me don't ask the knows a great deal about basketball and sometimes the basketball information that might be surprising to others that isn't surprising to him, just sort of falls out of his pockets and we're like, wait, what?.
"ditka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Did we mention that you get all of Syria all of it, what's right ESPN plus is not only the home of Kobe Bryant, not only the home of Cristiano Renaldo, but now it's a home of Peyton Manning and hockey that, but does it have something I like, you know, funny, Reverend sports humor like Katie Nolan does have anything like that? Yes. What she has a late night show. It's called a watts late. Katie Nolan in studio with us tomorrow. How Ray question to mean? Thanks g like puppets with your fantasy football analysis only comes with tattooed, produce. Get that. Can you get that? You can get it and the producer has tattoos? Oh, my Matthew berry exhaustive home. He asked me. How much is it? It's like a million dollars a minute. It'd be. Biggest part, is it more than princesses at it's less why. It's four ninety nine now I know what you're what a discount is that what yours. I know what you're thinking when I say for ninety nine you're thinking per night, right? No, this is the cost for an entire month. Oh, no, that's less than a Cup of coffee. That's lasted a Starbucks Cup of coffee lesson. I mean, just send himself to the penalty box for less than a Cup of coffee. You can watch Campbell versus Marras. No, women's soccer, on demand in case, you know, first time, well, hateful Marras women's soccer available on demand. Wow. How about that? Twenty hour NBA documentary. I wanna watch all of it. You mean the filmmaker that joining us later today on that on there. So is all the thirty for thirty. Exclusive junior CEO content on the thirty for thirty brand about those audio podcasts, the big room yoga. I love that those are there as well. That's available on apple. Oh there for eight months. The guest is joining us, and that's podcast is a totally separate thing are really about your brain in general. It's got to be really expensive though right now. No, no, no, no, no, less than a Cup of coffee. Good ad here. Thursday night footballs there. I mean, no. Oh, that's what I'll be doing tonight, though. I got no time for the game tonight. Not now or no? Bronco not wanna. Tell you. Oh, a change my mind. I didn't see the game. I didn't know was playing just knew someone was, and now I found out not someone is it. You know where the home of top rank boxing is tell me how may now no longer on pay per view. It's on ESPN and ESPN plus studio shows dedicated to the great sport of Boxing Day, whoa, Dan Rafael. I want to.
"ditka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You know, I saw the other day that the average time of baseball games before like Babe, Ruth pitched a complete game. Do you want what we were talking? We're talk. We're talking about what you saw the other. We're talking about it, but don't start at the thing. Ducky derby started a thought and then it wasn't completed. Can you complete the initial thought or not because people weren't texting and people, you know, we're paying attention to the game. Now the games used to go by faster. So it would be even longer games, which is funny because back then people didn't have the short attention span that they have now. So they had a game and they'd have nothing to do well, not nothing to do, but they'd have patience and they could watch fourteen in game and the game for like fast. They were like done in like two hours. Now, a nine inning game takes four and a half hours, and there's no attention span because drug test around here tied it all together. Billy has this weird habit of doing a different show than the rest of us every once. While there's no telling when it will happen, but he will veer off into a land. Yeah, you can. You can see yourself out. He will veer off into a land. He thinks the things in his mind, all of them should be said on the air. I'm trying to figure out the connection to Kentucky Derby. No, that people would dress up in suits baseball games in the fifties. People would go to baseball games and they dress up the people in the stands like a woman would be wearing a ornate hat of some sort with a man in the suit. So like Dan had to translate Billy orey right fluent, Billy knees where we need to do doing a different show. Dan is right, but imagine that's uncomfortable. I can imagine sitting in a super five and a half hours watching nothing happened. I mean, and clapping all the old newsreels. Whenever anything happens, they didn't hear that. Klatt rapidly and it have newspapers under their arms. Change though they have newspapers under their arms and perfect ramrod erect posture. To me the man, you got a big demand. Way robots would watch or like if we built robots to be pretend to be human, it's it's on newspapers under their arms clapping, but not cheering no noise from the mouth. Please. All of it. From that speed, it a cameras. It has to be because everything they're doing it so fast. They put their arms up in the air and moving around like crazy. Find yourself. Can you find out for me this net situation? I believe I don't believe that in college there were nets all over the place. I may be wrong about this, but at some point, the net behind home plate had to be invented. Somebody had the smart idea, hey, it's not good that Sally just got hit in the face by something at eighty four miles an hour from a guy who's got a second job as a plumber. I'm out of it. You want the baseball nets, right? You don't want the football at some point. Someone invented those. I still think it's wildly unsafe to not have those over the first and third base dugout. And now you've got fans interrupting like the Astros and Red Sox are clearly the two best teams in the sport. You have it being decided by a fan reaching over the fence. A baseball almanac says the first safety net behind the catcher was an eighteen seventy nine. And you said baseball wasn't progressive. Okay. So slightly off on that a hundred years. Find yourself sleeping on a cloud every night when you get yourself casper mattress, I imagine when the catcher caught without equipment and then one day they put a mask. Look up the mask are accurate. Donlevatar tie love with the Rams are doing the Rams, have a head football coach who is younger than the child star raven stugatz. What are you doing? What are you doing? Gamma? Why are you making favor on it using a child star raven line herself. Her name's raven Simone, and she's getting to the point that you should stop using that. But this is my point that the coach of the Rams is child star. Why are you guys making faces? Give me a better reference in that berry more. Give me no come on. Man drew Barrymore..
"ditka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Golf wherever I make a noise. Oh, you're being loud to concentrate on one of the best people in the world at this thing was somehow if some guy sneezes or jingles change in his pocket. Oh, my concentration is broken. All right. But fan is not running out onto the green and taking pot that's about to go into the hole before. It goes into the hall. It's not affecting the play a mean cigarettes are often minding their own business on the sideline and a ball hits them in the head. I mean, I don't know what to tell you move the galleries back the Airmont while it's funny that you should mention this because gear more can you find out for us? I want you to imagine this because baseball is an antiquated thing that has a little bit of trouble evolving historically or or all the trouble in the world and more trouble base more trouble than anyone. But I want you now to go back and think to a time because this time actually existed when there was no netting behind home plate for foul balls. I want you to imagine the woman in the front row dressed up for like a night at the Kentucky Derby with her man in a suit, and there's no net behind home plate. And those foul balls are just richocheting because baseball loves its intimacy, but those those nets have to be relatively recent right? Aren't the nets and football relatively recent in the field goal, the field goal met, are they always been there? They haven't always been there. The Super Bowl couldn't have had nets behind the. I remember in college at Georgia Tech, they didn't have nets like my freshman year. So. We would wait to catch the ball on field. Yeah, there's some colleges that go without it, but in the pros is not recent thing. I mean relative relatively what he said, the Kentucky Derby people though were not going and playing on their phones and texting near their watch..
"ditka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"With as two God's on ESPN radio. So Mike Ditka cantankerous Mike Ditka is headed toward his eighties, Stu gods. Mike Ditka is seventy nine years old today. Happy birthday to him. I don't care. Good luck. He'd still take any of us in a fight, right? Put that on the pole. Guillermo at lebatardshow on Twitter and Instagram would Mike Ditka at seventy nine years old beat up everyone on the show. I think it's a good question. I think he would amino Hassen is in with us and we'll get to some things with him in a second, but I need to get back to this Stu got stugatz one of the things in comedy. That's a lot of fun is when the comedian points out to you something that is obvious, but somehow you didn't see it and to God's came in today with the proper complaint, which was, I can't believe that in two thousand eighteen. We still have fans who can affect a baseball game that we're so having this conversation where Jose to bake clearly hit a home run. Mookie Betts clearly had a chance to catch that ball probably wasn't, but clearly at a chance and a fan because you so close to the action sticks his hand into the field of play, and therefore it is not a home run, and by the way, was an Astros fan and did it to his own team. So he calls his team Iran, and what I'm marveling at is imagine in the NFL if the fans were sitting so close where Tom Brady is throwing a game when he. Touchdown, the grog and a patriot fan wants that football and he sticks his hand out. He intercepted from grant no touchdown, what are we doing a major league baseball. Why are we still doing this? Why? Why do the fans need to be interesting to the lack of action? Intimacy. I've do you one better though. There's one I was thinking as soon as you were talking, I was thinking all the sports basketball, you right guys are out of bounds of very small. I don't love it in basketball either though. I think they commercialise everything so much that they put the photographer so close to the court that they risk injury all the time for players and all these guys. I'm surprised more guys don't get hurt jumping over the people in the first row, right? But at the same time, it's not gonna impact like the score, right? Because the guy's not gonna trip over photographer on route to make an a layup. But there is one sport where the fans can impact, and it's even more sensitive than your baseball with the guy reaching over its.
"ditka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Best hip ball. Actor. So the is not only the subtraction of plus defenders like a reason, but also the addition of a negative defendant, Carmelo, Anthony, and then you're filling out your Rosser by the way with guys like games NS Michael Carter Williams. These are not household names for reason. Ladies and gentlemen. Got. I was I was I saw, did you see the the whole Jimmy Butler fiasco as it became an ESPN epic event, you saw that that Amine was the one who triggered all that nonsense with his report about third teamers. Right? Like he got swallowed subsequently after breaking that story with everyone else. All the other members of the ESPN army running over to wherever Jimmy Butler is that story was broken by a mean, can you give us any more information about that? Crazy scrimmage where Karl Anthony towns, you know, looked like he did last night. I would imagine, although. Ball. Basketball. Ackford. Three more minutes Billick, more minutes. 'cause they keep playing get out of here. I was I was all set with a who with George Sodano doors broke the mother bleeper story, which by the way he broke a week before it became a phenomenon which is kinda funny. So I, I love Saddam Riley and Riley says that that that didn't happen. Like man says a very strongly. He doesn't normally come out of his way to give press conferences or says he doesn't do that very often. Like when he comes out with press releases, its usually send a spokesman out to tell Danny aines to go bleep himself, but he did get firm that report, right? Danny Ainge. We'll be right that one notarize yourself. Danny aines was something he sent out on company letterhead somehow Riley Esquire. No, the the the story was that Jimmy showed up an for sort of an hourly to that practice, right? Fresh office summer vacation because he hasn't been part of any camp or anything like that. Took the third stringers in six minutes beat. The first team by twelve points didn't take a shot..
"ditka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"All right. What Jimmy Butler was was talking about without naming names. Although he, he grew you a map with the dotted line in the interview. Rachel Nichols is idea that, yeah, he said there are guys on his team who have concerns that are other than number one priority winning. Right. And on that note, it brings me to this point. I've heard a lot of people criticized Jimmy. If you're about winning, why depict teams like the clippers and the heat. This is the very stugatz world where we live in where the only definition of winning or someone wanting to be a winner means we're gonna win a championship at the end, or we're going to lose in the finals or whatever it is. That's not what he's talking about. What he's talking about is everyone invested in bought in into the right process of winning right? Showing up working hard, given it your all playing with team, the number one priority kind of like basically Miami, he'd cultures what he's talking about. That's what he says winning. It's not, hey, we're gonna win a title dinner this year. Nope. Well, I guess we're bunch of losers. Karl Anthony towns has the talent to be Anthony Davis. You saw what happened last night, right? Anthony Davis, ravaged the rockets just dismantled them because that's the evolution of the sport. The guy who could do all of the Steph curry stuff at seven feet to me, that was the biggest story last night, not Anthony Davis, the rockets. We all talked about losing a reason other guys defensively, and you saw it last night, and a reason had a monster game for the song own say, other guys say. Say his name who got Luc Rashad by mood. You have that me as a show when I said lucrative buying mostly laughed at you at the importance of Luke a moot day to the pronounce it with that little hitch in there and a moot Tei. I try and don't want..
"ditka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I don't know exactly what the saying is that you could get a million monkeys together in a room at typewriters and eventually the mathematics would get you to. They will write Shakespeare or they will write the Beatles songs. Like if you just do a stretch out enough, randomness and everybody wants a while stugatz every once in a while and it's it's a marvel to behold when it happens comes in here with a point that is both amazing. And makes me angry that I didn't think of it it. It doesn't happen very often, but occasionally it happened and today he came in with one and he's so right about this. Tell them Stu gods about the observation that your making that these are things. I marvel at all. The time in sports and amino has it'll be in with us in a second. Billy has annoyed Alison to aid Amine. We'll explain how Billy is a constant poison pill around here. Everybody wants to punch him in the face. Not me. But here is. Seems harsh. Allison certainly does. Alison wants to punch you in the face. I wonder why you know what before we get to stugatz is amazing. Observation. Let's get to this billion Alison dynamic. That is a constant marvel here. Alison was was not happy with you, but Allison is a good soldier. She's the best team player that we have. So she does a lot of stuff reluctantly. Now I asked Billie, when I came in, hey, a mean pestle season is here and I want something good for mean to showcase how good is analysis is because it's better than most is basketball. Knowledge is better than most that you're consuming anywhere. And so I asked Billie last night, I rarely do this. You know how little planning goes into the show. I'm like Billy. I want something that introduces a mean in a way that allows us to showcase a mean and his basketball knowledge in bite sized ADD segments where we can get a lot of good basketball information because I've always felt like we've used a mean wrong. He wants to fit into what. We're doing and have the fun and do the goofy stuff and make fun of himself. But all of us are interested in his basketball analysis because it's better than ours, and it's better than most that you're hearing out there. And so I asked Billie to dress it up a little bit for me to give him some big credibility so that people can understand how good Amine is at the basketball stuff that we crave that he doesn't want to do around here because he doesn't want to interfere with the hijinks and the circus. And so what did you do after that? Billy with this phone call the rare phone call at night for me. Hey, can you produce something in the morning? I went into the lab. I wrote a song I got the league's down and I was ready to perform said song myself if I had to. And then I walked in and I said, oh, I looked to my left is what's over there. The voice of an angel. She can sing this song for us. So we went into the studio. We recorded a song and I think it accomplished everything. You wanted. All right. Let's say we'll all find out together..
"ditka" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"So we'll see if he's back to his rookie form joy Taylor with the news. Well, that's the news and thanks for stopping by heard that we all know the Steelers have had nothing, but noise this week and the players Chirpin about levian and bell. Mike Tomlin. The head coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers who have always compared to Pete Carroll. He is very pro player. Locker rooms a little loose. Sometimes I'm not in love with the details, but I'm not denying either can coach they can. They've won Super Bowl. There's a reason they're good, but they're, they drive me nuts. So finally, Tomlin yesterday, who's about as good at a podium as anybody in league history as a coach addressed the lady and bell comments from his players. I don't communicate with agents regarding how utilize players that communicate with players regarding how you'd last players we're preparing to play football game with those have been hearing working. Nothing has changed from my perspective or our perspective based on what's transpired in the last number of days zero. He is. There has never been in my life Ditka's the only one close Mike Ditka's the only one close the best guy giving a nine second sound bite is Mike Tomlin, Ditka second, nobody else's. Third, he is, you know, some coaches talk too fast. Some just go on and on and on Thom and talks like this and that the end of the quote, that's what television needs. He literally is writing it and saying it for us opposite of quarterback speak. Yeah. I mean, he's just like any soda finish. This is how I feel. I'm gonna tell you how I feel, and I'm done talking right now. Everything is stamped everything has an exclamation point. Everything in life could be that easy. He is the best guys give me a first ballot hall of Famer. Joe Thomas is joining us. Next, we're halfway through the show, man, we got a lot of show, including my college picks last hour coming up,.
Bull running festival kicks off in Spain despite protests
"More time needed to reunite families i'm jacky quin with within ap news minute the justice department asked to california judge for an extension for tuesday's deadline for reuniting the youngest of the detained migrant children with their families the hearing will be continued monday connecticut's democratic governor says no local officials would ever be allowed to treat children like that it'd be indicted for child abuse and they'd be impeached a state of emergency is declared in puerto rico as hurricane barrel nears the island it could drop a foot of rain late saturday wildfires raging in california have prompted a state of emergency they're hundreds of people are evacuated also in utah and colorado spiderman creator steve dicko has died he also developed the dr strange character for marvel comics ditka was ninety years old belgium celebrating its world cup quarterfinal win over brazil i'm jacky quin the fbi agent removed from robert muller's investigative team because of text messages about president trump will testify to congress next week in public agent peter struck will appear before the house judiciary and oversight committee's thursday morning lawmakers have already interviewed struck behind closed doors but the transcripts have been kept private struck as a veteran agent who helped lead the fbi's investigations into hillary clinton's emails and into alleged coordination between russia and the trump campaign he worked for muller's team briefly but he was reassigned after it was found out that he exchanged anti trump text messages with an fbi lawyer the annual running of the bulls in pamplona in spain has begun with protests on thursday more than one hundred animal rights activists called for an end to animal cruelty with a multiple run on the eve of this unfair mean festival activists from peter and the spanish group anima not rallies took to the streets dressed in black some with bull mosques made of kabul carrying signs reading stop the bloody bullfights bull runs throughout the narrow cobbled streets of the northern spanish city of the main feature of the centuries old traditional festival some one million visitors five times pamplona's population are expected for the festival six bills take part in morning runs and killed on eight consecutive afternoons in televised kariya's this year's festival runs through july fourteenth hiring slowed among small businesses according to a new jobs report but as ap's mike hampton tells us there.
US added 213000 jobs in June, beating expectations
"The justice department asked a california judge for an extension for tuesday's deadline for reuniting the youngest of the detained migrant children with their families the hearing will be continued monday connecticut's democratic governor says no local officials would ever be allowed to treat children like that it'd be indicted for child abuse and they'd be impeached a state of emergency is declared in puerto rico as hurricane barrel nears the island it could drop a foot of rain late saturday wildfires raging in california have prompted a state of emergency they're hundreds of people are evacuated also in utah and colorado spiderman creator steve dicko has died he also developed the dr strange character for marvel comics ditka was ninety years old belgium celebrating its world cup quarterfinal win over brazil i'm jacky quin us employers kept up a brisk hiring pace in june by adding two hundred thirteen thousand jobs in a sign of confidence despite the start of a potentially punishing trade war with china over the past three months the economy has produced a robust average monthly job gain of two hundred eleven thousand at the same time the unemployment rate rose to four percent from three point eight percent as more people began looking for a job and not all of them found one the us postal service is going to have to deliver more than three million dollars to settle a copyright infringement lawsuit it's all over a stamp featuring the face of the statue of liberty but it really wasn't her face sculptor robert davidson who created the replica lady liberty at the.
Will Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten make Hall of Fame on first try?
"Tiniest play the bear position that he plays the has more first team all rules grant gonzalez and gates yep normally the tide imposition no titan is going in on the first ballot they i think myself maybe ditka only like a handful of us had to wait like three years most of the time it's like a ten year wait so that's that's what it is does he belong absolutely you want to say he the first ballot hall of famer he has the numbers but if you look at it in the era did he dominate his aero did you like man he better than gates he's better than gonzalez he's better than gronk he's better than jimmy graham i don't know if you can say that skill but the number says he should be in the hall of each should be in the hall of fame this is tough for me too because i'm obviously a fan of the dallas cowboys and i'm a fan of jason wit is he not one of the alltime greatest guys that you've ever run across i have not a single bad word to say about jason witten and i'll throw on top of everything you just said he's the best blocking tied in not only of his era but but he could you could make case he's the greatest blocking tight end ever because he was like another tackle for them in the run game he's he's he's more dick mackey is then he is killing ozzy must sell correct well said so he's gonna wind up with the second most tied in receptions of all time the second most yards of all time but our man tony gonzalez is just he ran away and hid yes he's so far behind that he could play three more years and he never would have caught him he's fifth and touchdowns among tied in pretty good but then we get to that bottom bottom line that you brought up jason played in eight playoff games and he won two two and six now see the quarterback is he the middle linebacker no he can't control all the above his team not good enough to win those games you can argue shannon sharpe.
It ain't tea, babe: Bob Dylan embraces Tennessee whiskey
"Defied him what happened on a southwest airlines plane from chicago to new jersey chango blew out no made them divider window that's right outer window so there was no loss of pressure like we on the south west is a blade come off the engine or anything i haven't been read anything about that i've been reading about it a little bit and that could be if that's the case the big problem with that engine is on a lot of seven thirty seven and they're supposed to be doing inspections right they're supposed to be and it's been mandated now but it was recommended by the faa not too long ago and southwest is like now we're cool who everything's working great it was recommended after the two thousand sixteen incident and southwest was asking for an extension now i think this with his current mandate i think they have to have it done by august they have to now but they fought it right a witch performer is getting into the whiskey business bob dylan yeah he is and it's the releases include a tennessee straight bourbon whiskey a double barrel whiskey and a straight rye whiskey there's too many things and illinois will be one of the the states to get it first tennessee texas california florida new york and illinois so he's doing that because he's a whiskey fan well because he's run out of money he because partner with partnered with this bourbon cofounder and he said that they wanted to tell a story with the line of whiskies artsy yeah blowing the whistle by the answer my friend is at the bottom of iraq's class do we need another whisking says the guy who hasn't had a drink since nineteen ninety five so don't listen to me i'm not going to go out of my way bob dylan lewis i'm susceptible if i see it so he's like tried bob dylan's whiskey drinking like i tried mike ditka's red wine and i was liberal said am i right all right name the tv shows or cartoons based on their theme songs the decade hodgepodge so it could be any decade here's the first one according to law arrival live is more than mere survive yeah that's all i know mr belvedere no all right did you number two euchre in that show oh is that the show he was on yes mr bill part of this is my favorite to drag it out.
"ditka" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The chef watched too and we walk into another banquet room where literally the groom is giving a toast to his it's a wedding reception and he's just like any way judy you're the love of my life oh my god mike ditka and we'll farrell it's like are you reggie come over here will say if you have to get on the mic and so you actually crashed to serve yeah we with mike dickens and he was lat he loved it i think he just he did he would do it every time he was and it was it was actually quite fun god so you've got a daddy's home to debbie's home to you in walberg back together now yacht mel gibson john lithgow yes now john is an accomplished a he's an accomplished everything everything right tony's emmys he's got him all he's got the whole he's like a whole raft he doesn't have any men's choices over there fivetime now there are guys choice sorry guys choice pardon me on spike tv they got five of them got five antlers they're called hours just in case you're wondering in this film uh john plays you're dead he plays my father mel plays mark spot direct and in this me and john have an interesting uh father centrally at it john john and i have a very open relationship his father's son were were opened with our feelings and our motions and we express that physically uh and that every time we greet each other we kiss on the lips.