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"esiason" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Two thousand six. This past year was a big year for the foundation. Not only did you guys raise millions of dollars but the foundation also expanded. Its reach as well. Could you tell us a little bit about that. The number of things that we've done this year on first and foremost after hurricane katrina last year. We were able to adopt a number of Cystic fibrosis families in that region of the country and we help them secure housing. We made sure that they had their medicine. We made sure that they could get the cars to get around places you know..
"esiason" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Their offensive line's going to be so much better next year. Because turkish off ferguson. And nick mangle have a year under their and the rookies. They were pretty impressive when you say they weren't as a matter of fact. Some people thinking about voting nick mangle rookie of the year. It's unprecedented when an office of line. And get something like that but He kinda year. He had the toughest position on the offensive line. In your first year is center because you have to identify where the bullets are coming from. You got to tell the other offensive linemen who's responsible for who and do it within about five seconds spot and then snap the ball and they spend a lotta time shotgun. So you've got to be able to do that as well so i i would tell you that. They're going to be very good on offense. I think next year I'd like to see maybe another playmaking wide receiver believe it or not and and and a threat tight end tight end has got to be you. Know somebody like Antonio gates tony never find a guy like that. That certainly would help chad pennington and continue their development on offense and i love brian. Schottenheimer their offense coordinator. But i don't think we'll get an interview for any head coaching spots this year. But i think next year or the year after he will be a prime candidate. That will be probably away from the new york jets. They continue having success know. You're actually mentioned that on your show and tony gonzales. I think it becomes a free agent this year too. Maybe they just have shown of getting him to update this thing about the jets that they have the best salary cap situation. I believe of any team in the nfl. They'll be about twenty eight million dollars. I believe as i as been reported underneath a salary cap. Now if that's the case they can be very aggressive in free agency you know they're probably gonna look for those mid round mid range guys. I don't know if they'll go african hours but at the end of the day you know mike cannon bound the general manager does not get a lot of credit for this but this is one of the big things in the nfl. These days having the salary cap lex ability to go out and find the players that you desperately need short or team in the short term. Always keeping an eye on the future and making sure that you don't hamstring yourself With overspending for overage dove veterans right. Well just to quickly touch on the giants. I think fans basically of two questions and there'd be can can you. I manning the quarterback that everyone inspection to be and. Do you think tom confidence going to be back next year. Well regards that. You'll i manning. I've thought yesterday we saw the best and the worst. It'd be lying. There were times where he looked like. He had no idea what he was doing and that he was overwhelmed. Know that kind of sleepy feeling that he gets. And i think giant fans have for him when they watch him. Dan knows of degrade drive where he had to overcome numerous penalties to his offensive. Linemen make first downs found plaxico burress. On a couple of big plays and ultimately touchdown pass that tied the game in the heat of the game of the fourth quarter. So there's obviously something there we all see it. We all know it I think the big question for the giants right now is what to do with tom conflict. And i i certainly don't think that his message is resonating in the in the locker room anymore. I think it's falling on deaf ears. He's an old school coach. Old school principals which is fine but in today's day and age with these athletes. You've gotta find somebody who can get more out of him But the penalties the injuries all the things that he talked about when he took over the.
"esiason" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Is this guy can handle it. Does you know what he's doing. And it's clear to me that he obviously bill belichick because he instituted a lot of his principles and it took them all the way that the playoffs now in health. They had one of the weaker schedules in football. But at the end of the day you still have to line up and play in the nfl and winning football game. No matter who you play against. The nfl is not an easy task. I mean yesterday you take the pats on the nfl today to win by at least a touchdown. So you're on the money with that. The game was probably a little bit closer than the final score indicated. But how did you. What did you think of the just performance yesterday was about what you expected would happen exactly what i expected. What happened. you know they. They were good. They didn't do anything to embarrass themselves. And you know this time. Bill belichick and tom brady. Were ready for that on offense of standpoint the last time they played the jets got off from great blitzes. They were not prepared to block. Those blitzes the offensive lineman running backs and tight ends in response to who is supposed to block. Who the last time. They played really made a lot of mistakes. But this time around. Everybody was sure as who they were supposed to block. Tom brady knew the free blitzer. What does he knew when the throw. And they went after andre dyson early in this game because you know he was coming off of a knee. Injury expose that particular weakness in the jets defense but at the end of the day you know the patriots are a team that is loaded. They got great defensive lineman they have tremendous tremendous quarterback they have a very good offensive line running game and pretty good special teams you know. And they played in their building on a new surface faster surface. It wasn't as muddy as it was back in november. So it's not surprising to any of the tom. Brady and bill belichick figured out. How to handle. Eric mangini blitzes. Yeah they looked a lot less confused. They did the last time they played whatever adjustments they made. They symbol much more comfortable in again yesterday. You could tell it right from the opening drive. But what i tell people. All the time in the nfl for young quarterback is all about identifying who is blitzing who is blocking who who is responsible for the blitzer if there. Isn't anybody responsible to block them. Then it's the quarterbacks responsibility get rid of it and is the hardest thing for young quarterbacks to really master is to understand where those players come in from yesterday like you saw was a vintage playoff hardened experienced football team on the new england patriots. Handle all those things. But like i said the jets were well into this game into the fourth quarter. They kind of got away from them. The last couple of drives but other than that i think. They represented themselves very well. How far away do you think they get into the next level. I mean they probably need an every down back what is it. Do you think the jets need to upgrade to maybe take a another step forward. Well if you ask me the defense actually played pretty good down the stretch. I mean they only gave up a fourteen fourteen or less points in seven of their last eight games not counting the patriot game thoughts still think their defense needs to probably get another pass rusher Another set of defensive lineman to help spell the ones that are there that the front the front level guys now and they probably need a play making quarterback without question You right on in an assessment and every down big time back..
"esiason" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Game which we would have one would have put us into the playoffs. They fired bruce. Because we could not make the playoffs and hired pete carroll of all of this dick steinberg. The general manager for the new york jets became very ill with cancer and it basically was a rudderless. Shipley sale that the end of the season with brew with a peak cal. Then they hired richie kotite and and it was the poll chaotic which was unfortunate for me but I'm know fortunately. I still had enough left amid ago. Play for a team. The cardinals and other team that was a penny pinching team. But at the end of the day. I don't regret any of the decisions i made. I don't regret any of the teams that i played for and realized that I did have a great and very prosperous. Nfl career that ultimately turned out to be a tremendous broadcasting career. After that you think the quarterback position is changed any since the time you came into the nfl compared to now while the game has changed I think that the real the relaxing of the rules In terms of. I say the tightening of the rules in terms of Defenses and what they could get the wide receivers and pass catchers as they has five yards down. The field is really opened up the game. It's interestingly enough. I talked a lot of the guys that i've played with phil. Simms and dan ran on jim. Kelly john elway. I think all of us probably would have thrown for fifty thousand yard played under the present rules but the one thing i do know is a game as much faster now than it is. When i played now the players are bigger faster stronger. All the quarterbacks now are pretty much the size that you know we were when we played so that hasn't changed much. But i think they're much better prepared to play in the pro game coming out of the college game now nowadays and we ever were. You know it's the evolution of the game and i'm still proud to be associated with it as a broadcaster. I certainly did not want to coach. Just i think it's just a numbing experience. I'm pretty lucky with what i'm doing. Now yeah and actually so. You went into broadcasting pretty successful career at that. Is that something that you always wanted to do. And maybe you knew you wanted to the end of your career. While there's no question about it. I was very radio. Television film guy. At the university of maryland. I graduated with a general studies degree with an emphasis in radio film..
"esiason" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Wgn sports flash back joining us now as long island native in fourteen year. Nfl product played years. A quarterback for the new york jets boomer's size joins me right now. Boomer thanks so much for coming on the show my pleasure. Thanks for having me. Bouma used to hearing you give your analysis on the gains and i certainly want to get your thoughts on on the jets and just a bit but i actually like to learn a little bit about you and i'd like to start off taking back to your days growing up on long island you grew up in east islip. Are there any memories that stand from playing maybe not only football but any sport stacked maybe a teammate or a coach that influence on you. There's no question that my high school baseball and football coach who was the same in had a profound effect on me as well as the other players that played for him and he created a tradition and a history at school that to this day still stands as his son is now the head coach of the football team. But it was all about you know bringing ethics in toughness and responsibility dedication. He would be very demanding of us. Not only on the sports field but also wanted to see our attendance records. Wanted to make sure that we were going to class. He wanted to say all of our our report cards as a matter of fact when you became. I believe it was a sophomore in high school. He was your homeroom teachers that you could not the school so all of those things. I think that he taught me and most of us felt like he was our second father and most all of our fathers You know love sal. Love the the lessons he was teaching us The and that's why. I'm still very close to not only him but also the school because he gave me a foundation to go on and succeed and i often tell players today That if you're lucky enough to play in that kind of system you should never forget where you came from and always get back. That's very true now as a quarterback plan in highschool is. That's something that you always intended on being a coming out of high school going into college. You played other sports. I mean it was quarterback. The thing that you knew early on that. That was what you wanted to do. Yeah i actually took on the role of a quarterback at the age of ten and little league football..
"esiason" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Steve warne project. What are you giggling about. I welcome to our show. Allow me to introduce you to it. It's a podcast that goes off every weekday former. Tsn partner steve worn. that's me jim jerome edmonton i'm in ottawa. And we're talking sports and whatever. Today we discuss a guy jimi knew very well over the years former sends an oilers. Gm john mcclure who passed away this week at the age of eighty six. We'll also get into boomer esiason's disks of the canadian football league. How dare you and selling off the names of the four. Nhl divisions is anything really not for sale or. Let's get at it without further delay. James or things man. I'm johnny rodgers. Spent johnny roger montreal nine hundred seventy s quarterback or running back. That's it got the ordinary superstar..
Vox Media Publisher Melissa Bell on recent departures and future content
"Okay let's get into welcome. Melissa thanks for taking the time happy to be here always enjoy the digital passed so last month bucks co medical esiason as recline as well as vox editor in chief larne williams announced. They're leaving bucks. So what's going on a box. You know it's a it's a story that's a little bit about fox could also just think this is a major europe change. You spoke a little bit about the founding of ox. We started almost seven years ago. We'll have our seventh anniversary in march this this next year and it's been an incredible period of growth for us i think particularly over the last three years We really expanded into the multimedia platforms that. You're talking about television in podcast. Obviously our newsroom grew as well. And it's been fantastic to watch this growth. But i think this year with everything in change in and everyone kind of considering their next steps. I think individually as romance and lauren all in conversations with me realized that they were ready for different step in their careers and similarly i think fox is ready for a different step in its direction in twenty twenty one and it aligns really to sort of say okay. Let's make this. Let's make some big significant changes all at once and let's move forward into into a new era. Vox they have all been huge instrumental. Parts of oxen have really left their imprint. On it and i'm really grateful for all they've done but i'm also excited for what's to come next. And there's some precedent for this. Because then i think it was. Twenty seventeen was when as a became editor at large. That was. Lauren was promoted to editor in chief and that seemed to coincide with also something of a new era for box like today explained. Hadn't launched yet. The netflix show explained watching. I think a year later so like with this now. Kind of that precedent being set. What are you expecting for the next era. Vox what's going to be different about fox in two thousand twenty one. Yeah i don't want to ever speak for Think it's a really interesting story. A bit In his in his decisions what he's always done. And i think that this is this is evident two thousand seventeen and evident now is that he and matt and i came up with a strong idea about what fox could try to solve for audiences. We really knew that there was there was something that we needed to help with journalism overall. But what we sound is that having others come in and take that sort of seed of an idea and build something invariably ends up with amazing incredible work. And i think that when ezra step back in two thousand seventeen he did so purposely to let someone like lauryn williams take the helm and lead. Vox into sort of this next generation. And you see the you see the impact that she had Over the last few years. And i think what we're looking for is to find some new folks who are ready to be those new leaders in taking different directions. We also i think have created space internally for a lot of the really talented people we have to step up and take box into different directions today. Explain you mentioned is is our daily podcast and i think it's a great example. We hired sean. Rahm ashore are host to create something. That really gets out what we want. Vox to be at its very best. Something that Jewels deep into stories of the day But does so in a way that is that takes topics seriously but artiste itself too seriously that brings both joy and understanding to its audience. And that's not something that i could have ever come up with. That's not something that could have ever come up with. That's really something that sean developed with his tastic team and i just you know i've always found that if you give creators space to do great work. They're great work will accomplish in so we're looking forward to that in the next
"esiason" Discussed on All About Android
"Do we thinking air? Experience is a good way to do a an announcement. What could what could this be? VR Experience Day. They send out VR headset. hardboard at sets. A, Nicer than cardboard. They were plastic and they were free. And the only had the. Five hundred available, but I was able to sign up fast enough to get one. I think I still have it somewhere. Yeah, but it was already read event. You Are you? Are you GONNA use? Are you going to use the to experience it or? Just because you know it's. It's our job. We should probably see what they're trying to do. And how well they execute it. and. That's just like in two weeks from now. I now it's like there's usually the summer is really quiet, and I can relax a little bit, but I feel like coronavirus. Push things back a little bit so like. ESIASON's holding an event on the on the twenty second for our three. And then we've got this like the day before or something. And then we've got apparently now unpacked like a week later. It's like Oh gosh. I guess it's not quite summer, and then if the Pixel for eight ever releases we'll probably get to. Well, it's. It's the it's the. It's the beginning of fall push consumer product. Push to get to the holidays right, so were there t and everything up, so it does seem like it's going earlier. Though as opposed to everything, mean pushed out. It seems like this is going earlier, but who knows well. The doored a our APP is available in the place now, so you can go download it now and get ready for July twenty first. Showing off camera a little bit. If you're watching the video version I was outside. You know fired up and went to the site and everything, and they have like a a placeholder kind of a our experience where you can see like a dummy phone on the table, and it gives you the cal those schedule of when the event is and everything, but I think it's just there to let you know you're doing it right so. NEAT! I think it's interesting that like we've got both sides of the spectrum here between these two announcements, the one plus that's going to be a much less expensive device. In even compared to other one plus devices, and on the flip side. You've got the note, the note twenty ultra of which you can only. Is Probably GonNA. Be Wearing the fifteen hundred, if not more range, it's GonNa. Be a flip inexpensive so. Now We're times. This is neat. We've been talking about this from time to time. And now we have the I've actually played around with it. A little bit was own airdrop. I O devices have airdrop. It's better for local peer to peer file sharing. It's actually really cool. System used it a couple of times, and it works really well. We've had something similar to this on android. In the past, it was called beam, but it all it did all of the file transfer. If I'm not mistaken through Bluetooth and NFC so file transfer was really slow, and not all phones had NFC, and you know around a number of years, but it never really.
"esiason" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"What now though on top of Cha. Well listen I've had this burning through station in my heart and my soul and I think you might have being. How is that Vail? Thomas Gotten Nick from the nineteen ninety. Two drinks wasn't because of George. Yes because there's no way that you could tell me. Yes that's awesome is better than how well they're different. They're different but I mean people forget that nineteen performance GonNa find those Jeff Jeff. They're different than just Zea could could is capable of doing that. John Stockton was not but John Stockton would run a team better than Isaiah. Would I say would get into these one on one battles players would talk about it? If if I had a slight against. You a grudge against you. He was going to try to embarrass you. Stockton never did that so different players but it came down to from what I was told Michael Jordan did they they. Nobody wanted Isaiah on that team. Yeah Paulie there's even a moment if you watch the Dream Team documentary that's on. Nba TV all the time. Where Jordan sits down for an interview and he says to the person who has no Isaiah Thomas questions that blatant they discuss it. Yeah they didn't like Isaiah. Remember the freeze out at the No. They didn't like him. And and Michael San. Hey but you had chuck Daly as the coach right so imagine. You have as coach. But you can't have is how did Chuck. I never heard if how to Chuck Daly. Try to calm that down. That he's the coach of the Dream Team and Isaiah was not on the Dream Team but I think it was magic and it was Larry and and it was Mike like we don't want him on here. I don't know of Charles was in that all right. We'll take a break last call for phone calls. We'll come back to what's in store tomorrow right after this in the Dan Patrick. Show thanks for listening to the Dan. Patrick Show podcast be sure to catch. 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Listened to the way we live. Now on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts and you tell me what the PGA Tour Commissioner. Jay Monahan and Jason Hare the director of. Espn's the last dance. Should I ask him why wasn't included in hopefully should like over one hundred? People were interviewed for the documentary. And it's a ten part series. Couldn't they have squeezed me for you know instead of J. Dante couldn't have slipped me in there? Yeah mclovin forgotten that the Bulls won some titles in the nineties and bears one eighty five. I'm so glad all these documentaries are out then. Remind US Earth's dominant anytime. There's somebody who has something to do with the Chicago winning. And there's a documentary. Pollick is what we should have on. We should have mine. I go all right. We'll have one seat when you have their your break in the break you guys were talking about all the beer and food and stuff that you had. Yeah well I'm doing the last segment from the beach so nice. It almost looks like that. Fake Corona of the canvas there with Tony Romo and Jon Gruden. When they're taking phone calls on the beach that's what it looks like. Yeah I like that and I have a beer over here. Let's say Wayne's world when they're in front of the green screen we're in Delaware. Actually I'm going to San Francisco. Never mind we got some beer delivered here local brewery dockside and some wings and some what. What are those eggrolls? Kelly cheese steak really sorry about Dan. Clone philly cheese steak roles. Yeah well you know what? We'll let you know how they are. Thank you know what we can. We can zoom if you want and watch US eat. I'm trying to get some grilled cheese. Started over here not happening. I did not know this. And I'M GONNA guess the audience doesn't know this either. The latest the first quarterback was taken in a draft in the super bowl air. I'll give you the team and I don't think you'll get it. The Indianapolis Colts in nineteen eighty eight. The first quarterback selected went seventy sixth overall. That'll give you an idea about quarterbacks and the importance of quarterbacks back then as opposed to now the colts waited until the seventy sixth. Pick to take this quarterback. Yes Paul you against Mike Pagel. No that's a good gas because they drafted archly stor earlier and they drafted him. I think he was a first round. Pick this guy played a longtime. He played in the Super Bowl. Second on the list is pick fifty three Danny white to the cowboys. Tony Banks Forty second. Tony Banks the first quarterback selected in one thousand nine hundred sixty forty second overall boomer is it was the first quarterback by the Bengals in eighty-four. He went thirty eighth Randall. Cunningham went thirty seven in nineteen eighty five to the eagles. Chris Chandler went to the colts in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. The first quarterback taken seventy six pick overall. I found it interesting Paulie. Let's see this sport. Sister got a couple of Jackie Robinson. Made his debut with the Brooklyn dodgers. His first major league hit with a bunt way. Did you see on jeopardy where I think Alex Trebek's the answer was Jackie Robinson? The player who broke the color barrier. And Somebody said Babe Ruth of college students and Babe Ruth That's not what we were looking for. Yes paulie unfortunately. We have the audio of that Dan. We weren't gonNA embarrass US person but now now through it all right one of the topics covered in a major league baseball course at Arizona State. Is this player. Who broke the color barrier in one thousand nine hundred forty? Seven Chaka Babe Ruth Nathaniel? Jackie Robinson Right. We make mistakes. We make mistakes do it all the time. Yup the other one in sports history blank threw the first no hitter in Colorado rockies. History this is in two thousand ten it can anyone named the first no hitter in Colorado rockies history. What was the name of the pitcher if you can name it? I'll give you check my wallet. Six dollars anyone in the US his first or last name begin with the letter. A. B. IS I. I'll give you a hint. His name is Aldo. Okay that's close. Anyone can enter. Get it now although eminent I'll give it to you oh I knew I had a vowel in. There just thought it was a say you knew. Have Alan their vow to start his valley and some juncture not. His first name began with a vowel. That's what I should have said and I would have gotten some damn credit or you. Baldo you Baldo. Final results of the poll question Ultimo or a new school. Uniforms eighty five percent old school now. Todd was funny and I shot. They're coming up now. I want to pick on you and say we have a you. Balto on our stuff wasn't GonNa do that. You force me to do it Volvo. Fritz Baldo necessary. I don't WanNa it but you make me want to say it again. You Baldo Todd when she learned today Dan. Lobski says the fear of taking to a stronger than the fear passing on. All right. I think that's the general consensus mclovin. I learned the Taiwan to be very specific that it was really Mario. Who's no no problem with a seasonal connor? Boomer's sisons thoughts largely taken out of context guests so by yours truly polling new nickname. Ugalde you Baldo. Thanks for joining us. Leading is be part of your lives. Be SAFE BE SMART. Talk to you tomorrow. Esther Dame's I've made my life my writing songs like fireworks by Katy. Perry Super Bass by Nicki Menaj. What's my name by? Iana just to name a few and having an absolute blast share as some of the knowledge that I've learned with upcoming songwriters on some land on NBC. Beat I'm excited to welcome you. 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"esiason" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
Boris Johnson's Conservative party wins big in U.K. election
"The British elections have re ordered politics in the UK it was a white bout for the left wing labor party and prime minister Boris Johnsons Conservative Party comes out stronger than they've been in years Johnson says this gives him an overwhelming mandate to get brexit don John Pete is an editor for the economist covering politics and brexit welcome back to the program yes hello first just how big a victory was this for Boris Johnson well it was right at the top end of expectations I think most of the opinion polls suggested the concept has had a significant lead over labor but they had narrowed in recent weeks and there was some talk until yesterday of possibly him not having a majority tool so I think it's a pretty strong personal crime for Boris Johnson this triumph of the Tory party is such a shift from just a few months ago when members of the party we're changing sides to deny Boris Johnson a majority in parliament what changed two things have happened I mean the first is that Boris Johnson is a strong believer in brexit unlike his predecessor Theresa may who didn't really happen Esiason for it and the other thing that that happened has been critical of the areas that might kill her Aussies brexit policy which really sort of emerged at the beginning of the year and such to threaten the Tories oxygen Minish Bacall's Boris Johnson presented a brexit deal that even Rogers and faces soul as quite a heart full of bricks it the towards the end of this election the brexit party more less included on their fates went to the Taurus tells about how labor got so demolished in areas that had supported the party for a century in some cases well I think that's partly about bricks is because the same matter is also baited very strongly to leave the European Union back in twenty sixteen and a lot of the virtues that say why and we left already what's going on and then not to impress they would not impressed by Jeremy Corbyn the labor leaders ambivalence eva brexit right but the other thing frankly is enormous doubts about Jeremy Corbyn himself you know he presented a very left wing program with massive spending pledges and threats to sort of you know up and capitalism as we know it and I think a lot of traditional labor vases they all from the left but they just sold this is unrealistic impossible of a kind of vision of the revolution referred from London problem a more typical labor supporter and he's just lost touch with his old rebate as labor has traditionally been the party of the workers and many of these areas in northern England that had voted for labor for generations are working class lower economic status Boris Johnson meanwhile comes from a wealthy privileged background how do you think he managed to convince these voters that he is one of them or at least that he will side with them well to be honest I think there's a sort of parallel here with what Donald Trump managed to do in the United States I was gonna have what he did first willing the brexit obviously he said look you guys waited to leave the European Union I'm the one you need to back it orders to deliver brexit and deliver the future that promises but he also managed as he may play on the fact that with brexit and I'm a promise to spend more money on the National Health Service the conservatives would would do more to stand up to the old reworking man and would do more than labor and that was enough I think to persuade these pages to give a try to Boris Johnson some of them and some of the commentators in the people who know who these regions well say that in effect they have lent their fates to Boris Johnson which means that if he doesn't deliver what they want in a rising living standards and so on he could he could lose a fight in the next election that'll permanently Tory you could describe in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania here I think that's exactly the thing you know this is a kind of blue color but for the Tories which is unusual could last but it it you shouldn't take it for granted if I could just ask you to look ahead to Boris Johnson is promising he will get breaks it down by January thirty first do you think that's reliable yes he will do that but the problem that that leaves nothing to the first stage that's the withdrawal the much more complicated question if the future relationship with the European Union and that has to be negotiated and it'll be a very long drawn out process and we could easily have trouble with the planned deadline for completing that negotiation which is the end of next year that may not be enough time John Pete of the economist thank you
"esiason" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"But what we're seeing and I believe we had this discussion that I felt like when buffalo took him. He was their version of Cam Newton. Meaning with Sean McDermott and Brandon beane were in Carolina. They went to the Super Bowl with Cam Newton flaws and all as a passer but because he was able to count to add a little running running as some rushing touchdowns mixing some throws on good days it worked. I think Josh Allen is giving you maybe the poor man's version of Cam doing his. MVP The season. And when you're looking at quarterbacks we always talk about what they can't do. I think more the time going forward has to be well. Here's what they can do. He can throw it a little bit. He can run it a little bit and if we put him in the right situation he can have success. That is going to be a big part of the conversation going forward than it ever has been in the quarterback evaluation and buck. We use the phrase. You know quarterback Cam by hi time and people think of that within play right you can buy time. You can extend place when you're an athletic quarterback you buy time from year to year because you allow yourself time to develop develop because while you're young. Use your legs. More as you're developing as a passer and look at Josh Allen. From last year last year he was fifty two point eight percent completion percentage this year. He's it's sixty sixty percent. That's that's a nice jump. Seven plus points He's jumped his time to grow and evolve grow and evolve. We've we've seen it with Lamar Jackson. Lamar Jackson made those improvements as a passer. But your legs keep you in ballgames. Help you win ballgames. Wow you're continuing to develop but I also think it's a mistake AAC and I'm not GonNa Trash College coaches but I do think that because of the time commitments and the restraint at the college level. I think there's more opportunity annuity for guys to improve passers than there's ever been before you know I agree with you look at impact look at him as mvp the league like he got so much better. These guys have an opportunity to get better. You've got to be able to see where these guys are going. Not just where they are so and I think we've talked about this this a couple of times in the evaluation process. You have to use your imagination. So it's not only a this is what he does. This is all you can do as an evaluator evaluator you have to imagine how can evolve. And how can we help him evolve in Baltimore and I don't know like no one ever know if they took all those tight ends specifically for Lamar Jackson or if they were for Joe Flacco but what has happened. The offense has evolved to the point right. They Lamar Jackson is very comfortable when you building the team and I've heard someone refer to. This is treat quarterbacks like baseball stadiums. You have have to build your team to win and given stadium. That's how you win in the major league. Baseball was the same thing with your quarterback. I think you talked about putting track team around around was Lamar Jackson or Josh Allen. Or maybe even both of Lamar or no China was John. Both of them actually got Josh Allen so so so you understand that look. They're limited so they're never we're going to be the. Tom Brady Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding. So what you WanNa do you WanNa have explosive player so when they do throw it. They're throwing for junkyards so they may. The average high sevens eight yards per attempt. We asked him to throw it more than thirty times. But the volume is going to net out. Wow so rather than four forty times with six yard. Averages they'll throw it twenty three to twenty seven have big averages. More explosive plays because everyone is is crowd out in a box but to do that speed receivers big receivers run after catch guys having that. And so as an evaluator I just is believed team. Builders now would not only have to open up their minds creatively but they're going to have to open it up when they look at their team and say look. This isn't the way eight it. I envisioned my team. Maybe five years ago. But now because of the young quarterbacks and the way that they would develop over five years the first five years of his career career we may need these kind of athletes years five through ten. We may have to change our focus to help him because he's a different player that he was initially. Yeah look I believe with a young quarterback if you can start building inside out you know obviously try and get that offensive line and shape and now we've seen and you know with the ability used tight end zone easy. Throws they help you in the run game so if you're building inside out as a young player as you get older and we saw with Peyton manning was with some of the guys. He played with up front with the colts. You know once you've established yourself You can kind of cover up for some of the flaws upfront. And you can spend your money on some of the toys On the perimeter. Because you beat that you're GONNA be able to be pressure with your mind and these guys are all going to have an opportunity to get there but man when you're young. It's sure is nice to be able to have a good group in front of you and to be able to use. Your legs seems to me. That's the form of also think we don't lose sight of the fact buffalo has a great defense You Look at Baltimore's defense come on in Dallas. Dallas has a good defense at this allowing these young quarterbacks to really grow and then eventually you kind of take the training wheels off which we've seen with Dak Prescott this year. Yeah it is funny because like I believe is Sir correlation between all of the things when it comes to team building and complementary football. So what you've talked about early with the quarterbacks say young quarterback running running game will running. The ball helps your defense because you reduced the amount of snaps that they play so to build a team. It has to be a complete buy in and Tien meaning the way we play offense communist away that we play defense and vice versa. And so as we were building the team with a young quarterback it is important to understand. Okay we got a young quarterback on the rookie deal so when we spend the money we may need to spend more money on defense offense Olin tied ins and then the rest of the team will kinda grow and catch up to him as he gets older. It's a great point book I I think that's Again I I always contended. There's no such thing as the right plan on the wrong plan. There's having a plan and not having a plan and I think we're seeing what these teams that are. Having success. They had a plan in place once. They selected the quarterback and they've built a thing accordingly and it's Look it's working. We're seeing a lot of success with guys Speaking of quarterbacks let's get to our conversation in our guest here Really been looking forward to this one One of the one of the really outstanding broadcasters for a long time on television also find align quarterback obviously. Here's our conversation with boomer Esiason boomer thank you so much for for taking the time for us today. We're actually talking about quarterbacks kind of taken that leap appear to and in your in your career guy your second year was outstanding. What what was the difference for you coming into that second season? Well guys my rookie year. I had no idea what I was doing. I was with Sam. Why should we are running the West Coast offense that Bill Walsh devised and you know the the play calls the personnel personnel groupings? Trying to describe the defense what the defense was doing the pass protection run checks. There was just so much to learn and I had no idea what I was doing. We know I was lucky. Our quarterback room also had Kenny Anderson in it and Turkish owner In and Bruce Kozel was our offense coordinator so I I had four guys around me. That really prepared me. But the next year It's almost like a light went off and I think my first start was against the San Diego chargers and Dan Powell and I think that game. We scored forty one point zero forty two points and I'll never forget Paul Brown saying to the after the game the owner of the team in the form of great coach. Of course the browns. And the Bengals said your guy you're the future of the franchise and it was almost like My brain was on lockdown. Act and I started to understand exactly what was happening to make boomer. I do wonder how it is for. You sometimes sit and watch all of these guys playing saying no huddle UPTEMPO offense when the Cincinnati Bengals were one of the guys they were the front end of doing. Can you talk about the advantages of playing fast where there is no hotel or even the stuff that you guys just to do back in the day you know. It's kind of interesting back in eighty five. Sam Roy started. Put More my plate and and They were asking me to do more. At the line of scrimmage more descriptive words and I mean we had a whole language all into ourselves so The more four. I can handle the more he would put in and I just wanted more. I my thirst for knowledge and control and to be tie personality on the field and tell ten and guys with the do over eighty thousand people screaming at us. I mean it was not that was such a rush each and every week so I I truly appreciated the the pressure that came along with that had an and I loved the fact that I was in charge. Pretty much at the line of scrimmage and I could change to any play as long as I had the corresponding personnel groups and past protections and things like that all kind of thing which I did and as we move through You know the mid eighties all the way until the super bowl and eighty eight You knows just it was so it was great to be in control of all of that. So interestingly enough for me when I went back to Cincinnati my final year nineteen ninety-seven and Bruce Haslett. Cosworth was my head. Coaching Kenny Anderson was our offense coordinator. We didn't run the no huddle but we ran an UPTEMPO offense that to this day the NFL still hasn't enchaine. Because I don't really necessarily know anybody could truly understand what we were doing in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven last five games of that year. And I'll never forget playing hanging Tom Kaufman when he was with the Jaguars. And Jeff Issoire is tied. Both of the coaches came up to me after the game..
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"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks everybody. What's going on? Dj Okay and Bucky here for move the sticks buck. How you doing? Ma'am Madam good man. I can't complain. It's Thursday before a big football weekend. Great slate of games in the NFL. We get to see some of these big time quarterback square off against one another. You know that is always fun and so you know what it is. I've got to I need to wish our friend here. A little luck here. Because we've got a big football game coming up for our buddy out there. Now hold on one second here the key to our lips lipscomb academy here. They've got a big playoff game and Our Buddy Trent dilfer Robertson program. So we're just giving giving them a little a little shoutout here. Thanks for the swag and we're We're we're pulling for you guys all the way across the country this week. Yeah how about that. So Trent Finish up the season they were right around five hundred maybe six five but in the playoffs they have played lights out. And I think it'd be great to have him enjoy. Come on to talk about it but I think you spend half the year trying to figure out who you are and what you are and how this coaching thing worked worked. And then he's Puerto together and they have a chance to win the whole deal and they're they're playing a team that beat them twenty eight to seven early in the year but you know how those rematches watches are. Sometimes it can be difficult to knock off. No you never know but I'm excited to see what happens for him this Friday. Yeah we'll be we'll be keeping an eye on that score or on the Internet and see what happens there with our buddy so we got a fun episode that including a great guest. We're going to chat with boomer. Esiason someone you WanNa talk about quarterbacks. And the changing of the guard. Some of these old quarterbacks on the way out some new quarterbacks young quarterbacks thriving and on their way up Get a chance to talk with boomer about that. We're going to also look at the second round in the upcoming draft book. We've been talking a lot about the The just sheer volume of quality players. We've seen in that round we've talked about in the last couple episode so I thought let's let's spring forward here and let's look at the teams who kind of control the second round. We've got some teams with multiple picks there. They've got a chance to really upgrade their roster so we'll preview that After that book I mean I think we're gonNA answer some questions to be always has some questions. Everybody leaves us there on On Apple podcast. We'll get some of those questions answered as well. Yeah let's do this. It's jump right into it. Let's get to it all right. Let's let's jump into the quarterback thing here because It is fascinating and I think you touched on this on the The last episode with ret How we're seeing kind of that? Two thousand four class. You know that great class like Manning's been benched. Rothlisberger has it's been out for the year Rivers has struggled as of late. And then you look at drew brees not quite playing at that drew brees level work custom to you know consistently weekend and week out out good but not at the level that he was. How much longer does he have and maybe they win the Super Bowl? He rides off into the sunset. Tom Brady's struggled this yearbook. So there's some them teams while we have so many talented young quarterbacks there's some teams that Coming up this spring I believe if have got to look towards the future we've talked about these teams. was that you're mentioning. We've talked about him for a while. And how they needed to find their next quarterback and now some of these teams maybe really up against it When you talk about Rivers Brady Breeze Big Ben ally will allies out and you know we have Daniel? General Citizen Natural Secession Plan. Dana Jones is starting on the field. Right now A big man. We're seeing Mason Rudolph and I don't know Mason Rudolph. I have more questions than answers about him. And whether he can be a franchise quarterback drew brees has teddy bridgewater behind. I'm right now but teddy. Bridgewater is an unrestricted free agent. After this year Tom Brady. I don't know if they have a young solution. We can talk about Jerusalem but who knows if visa and then in Philip Rivers. I don't know if they have a succession plan with the chargers. And so what we're seeing is maybe the end of an era and you look ahead to the twenty twenty draft supply and demand. Is the supply great enough to meet the man. When it comes to franchise quarterbacks yes steer a lot of quarterbacks? Do we'll talk about probably coming off the board. In the first two rounds Bahama any of those guys are legit franchise quarterbacks that we really feel good about about these guys. Potentially taking the franchise for the next five to ten years now look. We've seen the excitement. The excited excited offenses in the fan. Bases around some of these young quarterbacks Buchan. You're seeing some of the fear. Somebody's other cities where you want. Okay where do we go next. What's you know what's next in line? I WANNA point out this this factor. I just went and sort of this by QB rating okay So this this is where we are right now. The top ten quarterbacks based Don QB rating. I know that's A. That's a little bit of floods number. But it gives you a just a big picture view here. Russell Wilson Kirk cousins Patrick mahomes Lamar Jackson. Matthew Stafford Derek Carr drew bees seventh Dak Prescott eight to Shawn Watson Nine Aaron Rodgers ten. I would argue outside of drew brees. Who is a good athlete late? But who doesn't run all of the other nine. And you think about guys like Kirk cousins Matthew Stafford Derek Carr Aaron Rodgers. Those guys are all athletic. And when when when I mean by that is they can get themselves away from some pressure when you get a free man. They have a chance to make that guy. Miss and Winfrey yards are opened up When you you have a chance at a lot of times you see man coverage on third down and you've got a chance to pick up that seven eight nine yards with your legs? Those guys are fully capable of doing that. And that's why I to me. You look where the leaks headed. I think it's all connected buck we we've talked about the style of play at the college level that's made its way up to the NFL level. So that's what the College Games giving you. Yes you better figure out how to run a similar type of offense and another thing that we always hit on. Here is the lack of offensive lineman. So if you're not having a fortress in front of you you're GonNa have leaks and if you don't have the athleticism to be able to help yourself out man it's GonNa be hard going forward is going to be really hurry going forward and you know the funny thing that that you mentioned when you brought up the top ten right. The top Chan quarterbacks according to Cuba or passer rating whatever. The is that you mentioned that I still deal with say are kind of more traditional pocket. Passers would be Matthew Stafford. Maybe Kirk cousins athletic enough to make plays on the outside but that's not really their game but in saying that they're still older players so when you look at what we call the next generation the guys that are maybe five years under the common denominator between the young quarterbacks that are playing well they all have counted. I won't call them true do threats but they do have some dual threat capability athletic enough to get on the outside but still can win from the pocket. And I think what you're seeing. I would say the perfect office in the National Football League right now. Where are you? Don't have to worry about the quarterback that you have is a cow Shanahan Gary Kubiak system. Because I think that offense allows you to have again. That's not as athletic as Russell. Wilson or Lamar Jackson or to Shawn Watson but you're able to utilize some of the athleticism to put pressure on the defense. So we talked about kirk cousins. Kirk cousins isn't like a level athlete but he's mobile enough to get out on edge and do some of the naked bootlegs. You can move the spot you can make it very very difficult and challenging for the defense to me. That's what the new prototype will be as much as I want to say the prototype apears Lamar and those guys. I think the new prototype will be the guys that can play in that Jimmy Garoppolo style offense they can move. They can give you that if you need it. But it's not necessarily the basis of the game but they still have to have a tool in the toolbox to be able to help you get out some of these bad place. Yeah Look one hundred percent right and I look at some of the top rushing teams The Baltimore Ravens. This is nuts. Buck okay let me give you like the ones right behind him. Okay San in Francisco one forty nine a game. Minnesota one forty two colts one forty one Houston one forty all right. So that's those teams are real. Close one forty nine one forty to one forty forty one forty the Baltimore. Ravens are averaging two hundred three rushing yards a game over fifty yards more than the next best team rushing the football and obviously the more Jackson's big part of that not only what he does with his legs but the threat of him with his legs. So the second thirteen Minnesota San Francisco in Minnesota both the same scheme right exact same scheme. It's from the Shanahan scheme. So that to me is a little more scheme and Garoppolo in and cousins are both capable. Aw of keeping it and there you'll talk about the boots and Wagle's different things they can do so on the backside. You still have to account for them. You know what I mean. There's so so so the the back door you hire. The beauty of this system is like a zone read because the quarterback bootleg is. What occupies the backside defensive? And so they have that in common. Then you get to the colts colts who have a great offensive line Kinda Mashah than Houston Athletic quarterback Seattle Athletic quarterback Dallas Athletic quarterback Buffalo Athletic quarterback man men if we if we say is as most football people say look I know it's a passing league in in analytics and the benefits of passing the football but when you get down to it teams that play great defense and teams. That can run the football. That's how you have sustained success. That's how you're able to be consistent because that stuff works it and that stuff travels all those cliches you want to throw out but man. When you have a quarterback that you have to account for and that can contribute Maybe a little bit but can contribute to run the football man. And it's just a matter of fact. So when I look at these teams with the aging quarterbacks it's going to be interesting to see how they morph in what they do. No more drastic aspic change going from Joe flacco Lamar Jackson. So it's been proven you that type of an adjustment and have success you. He made that kind of adjustment. Now I I think the interesting thing. When you brought out the running teams and the connection with the quarterbacks San Francisco Minnesota plan the same aim scheme the colts being dominated office of line? The other teams that you mentioned have athlete quarterbacks. When we begin to evaluate quarterbacks We should she probably change how we can evaluate them and some regard A lot of times we evaluate them. Strictly on passing yards passing touchdowns with so many athletic quarterbacks making contributions not only as throws but his runners. I think you have to make total touchdowns are part of total yards total touchdowns and the guy that I'm thinking about is not even Lamar Jackson. But the effectiveness of Josh Allen in Buffalo. Josh Allen is a guy that you and not both wondered how is he going to have success in the league. 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"Listen to Steve Somers in the night-time. It all began with face to face and escalated to slap push Panch Powell and bam escalating to a human missile crisis. And that's where Becca the came. They follow the identified flying object. So now what comes first with him? Becca makes the pro football hall of fame or the m m a hall of fame or the W W E all checkout, Stephen six thirty right after Mike francesa afternoons from three to six thirty on the fan. Sports radio one zero one nine FM and sports radio sixty six WFAN and WFAN FM New York. It's the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg. Boomer in. Boomer and Vance CBS sports network get right back into the football and baseball news yesterday with the Mets bringing in Jeddah Lowry on a two year deal twenty million dollars. It's going to make sure that it's it's got fluid right fluids at the top and that fluid coming from all of his former clients because that's all Brody bandwagon. Does his bringing his former clients? Larry your last year. I know. So..
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"The morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg. Naughty. Chiel? Kelly. Now, we're discussing. Yeah. Basically. Jio on the fan and CBS sports network. Yeah. I mean. I can understand. We're trying to talk about why we all get so angry when it comes to sports events. I guess is really the crux of the conversation. So some good points there for sure it is boomer and geo on the fan and CBS sports network. We got of course. John Walker falls Joe. What's happening, brother? Hey. Good morning, gentlemen. How are you? Great great. Yes. Think about a-rod coming in. Back and when he came back in two thousand seven eight where it was. There was no preconceived notions. I want Iraq can do in the clutch. And then before you know, what a ride was enemy number one little jeeter thing comes into it. But he was enemy number one. Imagine Kershaw coming in with the fact that we know here. He's terrible. He's already terrible the playoffs. I imagine that day one. I mean, it would just be. I mean, he'd be vilified here. I mean, he may destroy. I think he's a great guy. I think is a low key guy. And I think he can handle the New York media. I just I'm just a guy with back issues, and he's thirty years old. And you you wanna give one hundred and fifty million dollars to opt out of his contract. I think you're asking a lot. And you know, I wouldn't compare him day. Rod I would compare them. You know, maybe a little bit Giancarlo Stanton. Because Stanton had a decent year this year and probably would have had a much better year had judge not gotten hurt. Yeah. I mean, I think if you're the Yankees next year, you gotta go and beat the Red Sox. You gotta get to the World Series. You got to win it. Right. So if you're paying for four years of Clayton Kershaw, and he delivers you a World Series. And you don't care, right. I mean, especially when the Yankees you can cover up mistakes with money like some other teams can and some can't now that's the resources that they have. There's no question about that. And he would be he would be there. I don't know. What would happen Severino, but he would be their number one guy. Now, you gotta remember his history in the postseason as compared to his regular season. I mean, it's it's David price Eskin spots. Even though price sorta shook some of that off. But I mean Kershaw if you're bringing in Kershaw he needs to be better in the postseason, and he has been the moment he signs a contract the Yankees the first question is what what's the problem within the playoffs? That's the problem, right? Yeah. Sure. Let's go to Mattie and Long Island, Mattie. What's happening, brother? Hey, guys, just really wanted to I compliment you guys. You have a great show. I.
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