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"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Jumping back on the rich Eisen show on a Monday it's week two of the exhibition season for the National Football League this is this is one there two weeks the that we kind of fully pay attention those who are in the weeds will pay attention all four weeks but for some this week football return last and then this week is the first chance you get to see to see some key veterans starters I can play a little bit and you kind of get an idea and then you just can't wait for the season to get here weeks two weeks three of the exhibition season Kerry a little bit more imports for the coaching staffs all of the more important before you you make your final player personnel decisions so considering that a key decision was made with the Minnesota Vikings over the weekend they acquired a kicker I need a kicker they've got a kicker Paul Allen is the long time voice of the Minnesota Vikings on K. fan of the Vikings radio network Paul Allen joins us now on the rich Eisen show Paul how are you Hey what's going on but nice to chat with you I am on the lose the Vikings radio network works over looking for perfectly manicured practice field at Twin Cities orthopedics performance center so if we have wind related terrorism what yeah we'll we'll keep you up to speed on that it now bring us a little bit up to date on the Vikings on the trade front they went out and gave up decent trap position and acquired a kicker over the weekend well well well let's start with the tech guide they gave up they they gave up they brought back to get the raven get ready on draft it get for Marshall by the way on a cold and die handle get called a very strong way so to give up the fifth round pick certainly not speaking for the team my guess is that the only way to get them up what you how bad at least three other teams and they did now from the future after that you know one thing with with everybody focusing on twenty nineteen you know that this is an asset that is not only acquired for now but for future years and the team of three compensatory pick next year so into twenty twenty they currently have nine drastic so that that really wasn't on a major issue for me you know and in the training camp practices Mike there've been times where there have been met yeah and you know it it has become a little bit of a talker here with Dan Bailey being and and my take on it from a bar at van Damme Daly and Zack but he is such an accomplished kicker that granted I can't completely what are none of the onus on daily but with the with the whole battery situation long snapper departure to kick or it just seems like a lot of things needed to be tight okay so the trade they trade for the specialist yesterday they caught bettering long snapper government garments that are going to use often cutting seventh round pick from airport secolo Janet he's gonna be long snapper so that new into the Seattle preseason game and as of now they up laundromat while and and the Baltimore get to potentially battle that bought out and much more and and that's pretty much the up to date on on Corey the the new bachelor Paul Allen the voice of the Minnesota Vikings joining us on the rich Eisen show nineteen months ago the Minneapolis miracle gets the Vikings on the doorstep of going to the Superbowl didn't happen but they were on the doorstep of getting there last year a bit of a step back the defense wasn't as good the loss of a a running attack because of injury but Dalvin cook early in the season changed what what is it that will put the Vikings back in that position where they were nineteen months ago heading into this year well wait you know what the with the defense you know I think I'm certainly not speaking for Mike Zimmer but reading between the lines was something that last year you know I think he was trying a lot of different things early in the season and then we had a Thursday night game at the Coliseum against the LA rams where do the break down you ended up with Anthony Barr covering wide receivers along plays that did not go the way of a bike so they they had a couple extra days into a Philadelphia regular season games and Mike reconfigured thing and the defense was operational on the rest of the season it was a patented biking defense the face of the little based a little bit of turmoil with game changing defense the band ever since an average of off field problems that you came back so it was copied Herbie last year no doubt about it alternatively speaking the addition of the even appeal to fans as often ordinator and his right hand man his super well respected Gary Kubiak you made a major major offseason difference not only for the quarterback Kirk cousins but really for all facets of the offense I would be the eighteenth overall pick they drafted care Bradbury I in my opinion that center is the stench dot in the NFL for many years second year right tackle Brian o'neill what the way they're running this defense you Kubiak offense it's almost like he was put together in a lab you know you just can't do it athletically better than this guy does so there are a lot of positive things Goku's super healthy feel when the days are are probably the best one two combination in the NFL veteran tight end Kyle Rudolph custom wait he's running batters out that he's one honestly in the last five years although the rookie tight end from Alabama Smith is incredibly athletic also a lot of positives offense away here I think will complement the defense and get the team back to where it's supposed to be he's a radio voice of the Minnesota Vikings he's Paul Allen with us on the rich Eisen show what Kirk cousins what what is causing Z. to do in year two in Minnesota that perhaps he didn't sorry so I'm gonna go last season well let's give me morally finish well I think it well because I want to let Paul in on our okay I standing debate I will I wasn't gonna go there but I was okay go has that Paul you okay with this our having a verbal argument not like yeah it happens so here's the deal let let me lay it out you guys can verbally spar okay okay yeah now we're confident last year when you throw for forty three hundred yards and thirty TD's you should be able to win a lot again he was sacked forty times the offense of wine clearly needed a major upgrade so eighteenth overall pick goes to the best center coming out of college into the draft they move alkaline to guard now when Ohio state won a national championship I think after the twenty fifteen sees them Pat alkaline played guard for fifteen games for Ohio state I believe it was twelve the right three eight laps so we've probably at a spot that's going to be conducive to help so the offense of line is better than it was last year now you know I'm certainly not throwing stones at all with the previous coordinator because I like John people involved but things went so got so discombobulated with this offense last year somebody in their first year as a coordinator got fired during the year yeah major problems so you put all of that in the cousins analyzing related jambalaya and then you move on from there so it was all my view of this is rather simple I think that Kirk cousins is a good quarterback but where I get off the train is he's not going to carry you you can win with a good quarterback he's a good quarterback the league is filled with a lot of quarterbacks that aren't good he's good but he can't he take care you with the Vikings are going to go play decent meaningful games in January cousins needs to be good the defense needs to be better than good that's my view is it as it's supposed to Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay or drew Brees in New Orleans or some of the other elite quarterbacks I think the Kirk cousins he's a good quarterback that she is top in okay out very fairly analyzed couple of things here I'm a racetrack guy by trade so I I got my keys or execute Mike Doyle by analyzing past performance offer past performances you laid out you're absolutely right those are cur gotten past performances now our past performance is always indicated to future results the answer to that is now now when you when you go with an even keel enterprising offense of coordinator like Evanston Famke who by the way is so well respected he interviewed for the Cleveland Browns head coaching job it went down to the wire and you got beat up a wire so that that is how well respected this guy yet here's a right hand man is a guy who's been to seven super balls in Gary Kubiak Anne's one four including Super Bowl fifty is that go to the Bronco so you know just because everything is not out there yet for the public or the media see what the new laws of Kobe act amplifying what causes does well and helping them through some of these deficiencies what start analyzing it when the team plays that Lana if if you're still getting a little jittery in the pocket and still doing some things that have been problematic for cousins all of his career your opinion I believe will absolutely be right there this is the most unique situation because has ever been in the office of one's markedly better call is apt this version of coke right now he is absolutely the best scale back with whom he's played in his career and the step dance he called the act and as Clark lane in a way where he has gone a white south all training camp and all one preseason game four of four sixty some odd yards passing touchdowns got claustrophobic when the pocket broke down yeah didn't get nervous and ran for twelve and a first down so what's the truncated example but it's an example that positive for number eight you know what Mike by the way that's that's right I'm just gonna record that I'm gonna play that everywhere started talking this is exactly what I'm trying to fix a Paul Allen said it a thousand times better yeah that's what they call can be but if it's not then you're absolutely right he's just a good quarter Paul let me finish on this one if I gave you the option of of attending one sporting another Vikings are not in it okay so you can attend the Superbowl at then sit in the best seats you want to sit in or the Kentucky Derby which one are you going to super ball you know I've I've I've been a racetrack announcer reporter century and I've never been to a garbage it really seems pretty smelly Bourbon straight without doubt without the beat I am I honestly have no desire to go to the Kentucky Derby I would probably go to a super ball now I have no desire to attend a super ball unless I travel to would with this game yeah yeah wouldn't it really be dreaming about the mission with Miami this year yeah it would well for you it would be an endless summer are happy to yeah we're we're happy if you get what will make it by the way on the on the on the cartons negativity yeah the Roger Rees comparisons why did you throw Tom Brady in there too I mean it's like saying Hey I own a racehorse who's gonna balance but you know what he's not quite as good as secretary better off Seattle low but Hey it runs out I could have next time I'll use that I'll add that into the equation and out without what with Rogers all of Famer sandwich last forty nine games twenty four twenty four and one completion percentage sixty what yeah which probably belies your point about who are you surrounded with are you surrounded with a good offense of coordinator good head coach good personnel and that is part and parcel that conversation soul Paul look at look at that's why I I will sing injuries to what Rogers yeah I know that out there but he's talking about games that he's played I understand so Paul go enjoy practice and from your perch high above the the training facility at the end Minnesota Vikings training camp and we always look forward to appreciate our chance to visit with you thanks Mike he does have a good day Paul Allen the longtime voice of the Minnesota Vikings on the Vikings radio networking K. fan radio this is because once it is because this thing we've always been on the same page I've always said cousins this call near the top ten and I've.
Fresh update on "forty three hundred yards" discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Back into it. The truth at the quarterback position for the twenty twenty season always a lot of fun to walk through this. I hope everybody enjoyed the tuesday episode. We went over the top eight quarterbacks at the position and a reminder all of the data reusing that's four point passing touchdown data and we look at consistency at the quarterback position in the reality of what these players did for your fantasy team on a week to week basis not just the end of season rankings gray games we classify those is more than twenty six fantasy points. Good games more than twenty fantasy points and bus games fewer than fifteen fantasy points. And we don't hold the miss games against them when we look at it. So jason you're alluding to the fact that the industry is getting a little sharper about identifying breakouts at the quarterback position. Yeah if you look at adp over the last several years. I think this year was more solid as far as people finishing at her about where they're being drafted the big outliers. This year josh allen one of our breakouts finished eight spots above his average draft position. Aaron rodgers nine spots above And ryan tannehill a player that we talk. We actually talked about these guys on last year's Truth about quarterbacks show to these are the type of players cuyler. Aaron rodgers and tannahill that. We're gonna be talking about today. The people who maybe didn't finish as the top guys but have a chance to do that next year based on what the real truth about them is. yes in. Tuesday's show had josh allen. Kyla murray aaron rodgers patrick mahomes to shawn watson russell wilson ryan tannehill and tom brady will kick off. Today's days With herbert so His consistency rank ended up at sat six and his fantasy finish was ninth. And i think herbert will be somebody in twenty twenty one He finished the year. Forty three hundred yards thirty one touchdowns. Ten interceptions super impressive. Danson say on. He will be somebody that you're going to have to plant your flag on though It with regards to what you believe about. Justin herbert sixty seven percent of the time. He gave you a good game bus. It only thirteen percent of the time had the big time week winning performances. Thirty three percent of the time great Had number one overall finishes number two finishes yet look weak four through eleven it was a was spectacular if you had just herber and you had the confidence to play him early in that run because it was really really good the back half of the year the you know not the same numbers and so you're gonna have to plant your flag on what you believe about him in two thousand twenty one. He's interesting to me because quarterback nine you know. This sensational rookie breakout. But he feels like a quarterback that's gonna be available near the double digit rounds to me. You guys might disagree with me. But like you know allen murray we already went through the you know the these names of of of guaranteed six or seven guys. That will go ahead of herbert and jason's right. The you know the fantasy football community is becoming wiser to the actual value of a single of a quarterback in single quarterback leagues. That's what we're talking about. We're not talking about two quarterback superplex leagues so. I think that herbert still will will drop in the draft to a spot where the you may have to plant a flag but they might not have to be a monolith. flag might might just have to. You know just a little pop out flag where you're like. Yeah herbert's my guile ride with him for a few weeks. Yeah i think you're gonna. I lean more on you know what towards the side of the andes alluding to i think come draft season. There will be someone in every league that you're in who believes just in herber will take a step forward from the best rookie quarterback season we've ever seen and he will be this next year's breakout even though he was already so good this season and so i think people will end up taking him early. I'm a little hesitant on Believing that he takes a step forward next year. He's amazing he. He blew everyone's expectations out of the water. I wish we had more of a rushing baseline because for fantasy. When you look at the top quarterback or they they rushed the ball and you look at the first half of the season when he was had the consistency rank of quarterback four. He was on pace for almost four hundred rushing yards but as he got You know his feet under him a better. Understanding of the offense got more comfortable became the leader of this team. He started throwing more rushing less his last eight games. he was on a sixteen game. Phase of one hundred thirty six rushing yards. And that's so. I think coming to this second season one. We don't know who is office. Coordinator is going to be used. It could be the same one they have not released their existing office coordinator But they are still doing interviews so they wanted to interview the guy from the rams but that was blocked. Show mcvay said to kim. Matombo over here you may. You may not interview. So yeah. I mean i. I don't project i mean. He had forty three hundred yards. Thirty one touchdowns senator deceptions. Do you project them to have much more than that. Just because he's going into year two. Probably not i will say this. You can make the reason. I believe what you're saying. Jason about the case both directions were somebody in your lee believes in him some. Somebody doesn't look one of the arguments for him as he played against the the worst offense with the worst offensive line in football according to pro football focus is recent interview offensive line rankings. I will say that some of that scrambling had to do he. Didn't he didn't have a stable running back situation until late in the years. Well that was also something that you could kind of craft the narrative both directions with austin ekeler's accurate in the passing game and that inflating his numbers and moving the offense or the fact that he had to drive the ball down the field as much as he did. He was so impressive. He set the rookie record in passing touchdowns completion rate. This was a player that you could just see the arm talent on an unlikely josh allen rookie season where the talent was hundred percent on display. But then the completion percentage was basement level. You had a sixty six percent pastor this year and justin herbert. I think go above players like brady next year. Who finished ahead of him but yet are older. But i just don't know how high he can go. Hi how he can go in. My confidence and justin herbert is. He hasn't number one wide receiver. That guy's not going anywhere and keen on his number one. Running backs is an elite. Pass catching running back. Like andy said. And what if what if the offensive line gets improved and you look at his his splits. There's there's no artificial pump and dump happening to herbert's numbers against top. Sixteen against bottom sixteen defenses twenty five points at home on the road very close a note. No massive home Home advantage so those. Those numbers had me believing in justin herbert he. He's great. he's elite. You watch some of the passes that he completes. There's just nothing you can do. The defense plays perfect defense there in his face and they're on the wide receiver and he just lays it right where it needs to be so going into your to. He will step forward. I think he'll be a better quarterback next year. Then he was this year but i think he'll be a worse quarterback for fantasy next year then he will be this year one of the things. One of the big storylines early in the season was the decimation of one of what looked to be one of the best defense in the league. They just lost all of their stars and this is a team that had to throw to catch up every single game. They're losing these crazy last-second possession type games. I don't expect that to happen next year. I think they're going to be able to control the clock a little bit better not have to be in shootouts in highschool employers. I probably if people are high on justin herbert next year i will probably sadly not have them even though i believe he is phenomenal. Yeah i think the truth of justin. Herbert is he's. He's a great quarterback. One of the best rookies we've ever seen and it'll be interesting to see if he can move upwards in fantasy production. Lamar jackson comes in at number ten. Saying that out loud that is a that is kind of like a knife in the back of everybody that invested so heavily in-draughts. Who's the second quarterback off the board and in fifteen games. Twenty seven hundred passing yards teeny pie. Twenty six passing touchdowns still over thousand rushing yards. That is where lamar. Jackson provides his fantasy consistency. Which was at a twenty percent. Bus routes sixty percent good twenty-seven percent. Great that last number there is probably the most disappointing drafted. You drafted lamar jackson to win you. The position over your fantasy opponent and he didn't finish above four at the position but one time and that was in week fourteen so when the player you drafted win you the week at the position was consistently losing to your opponent that hurt through the first eleven weeks yeah..
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on WWL
"This here. I think that tier is pretty well defined. Tier to the stars a category that when we've done these rankings, it's expanded and contracted rapidly. Over the last couple of years these are quarterbacks who play at a consistently high level, they're statistically superior to their peers. The majority of them. Super look Albert quarterbacks MVP contenders. And some hall of fame candidates. They're still playing at a statistically elite level if you wanna use that word, but. It's a little bit behind everybody. I hadn't one as we continue our NFL quarterback tears Ben Rothlisberger in here. Although I don't think he's in solidly in this category. As you might think it's because if you look at the advanced stats on how he plays. It's not quite as good as traditional metrics. That's because he's a volume passer if you wanna use an NBA phrase lots of throws up there in the Steelers offense thirty four touchdown sixteen interceptions. Sixty seven percent completions. Did lead the league with fifty one hundred twenty nine yards, but that PF rating which kind of goes to well, it's more of a volume thing than an efficiency thing right now with Rothlisberger. Seventy eight point two Philip rivers is in tier two for the chargers. Thirty two touchdowns twelve interceptions ninety point eight PF rating forty three hundred yards. He is going to be a hall of Famer anybody who thinks Philip rivers just because he's never played in the Super Bowl. Never one isn't a hall of Famer. I'm sorry. The. Career accumulation of his statistics, and it's consistent high level play. This foreign news career. Philip rivers is going to be a hall of Famer. He's also into your to Matt Ryan sorry. Saints fans. Jek.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on KCBS All News
"What do they want and Wendy do they want it? Thousands of teachers walk off the job in LA. We're going to go live to the scene. By now, we've got probably sports at three fifteen Kevin the rat is here to tell us what the as and Tyler and Murray are gonna work out. Yeah, Murray, the as are scrambling to agree to some sort of accommodation to pursue a baseball career Murray the Oklahoma quarterback fresh off a Heisman Trophy winning season declared for the draft today. Remember the as drafted him ninth. Overall this summer the baseball draft gave him four point six six million dollars in a signing. Bonus Murray had a great season though as quarterback at Oklahoma pass for over forty three hundred yards through forty two TV's ran for a thousand yards and twelve more touchdowns. He is expected to be a first round pick in the upcoming NFL draft. He can make more money right away in the NFL. Then he can't in baseball on last the as put him on the forty man roster and signed him to a big league contract this morning. The chronicles beat writer with the as Susan's fluster said there is still hope regardless. Even if he declares to the draft the as retainers baseball rights, even if he signed with an NFL team, he as retainers baseball rights should he not get drafted where he wants to get assets. Should he get drafted by team? He has no interest in Glencore or if he gets hurt and underperforms in handful. He could always go back to the Murray could become the first player to be a first round draft pick in baseball and a first round pick in the NFL draft. But he cannot play both at the same time. Not with the demands of becoming an NFL quarterback. He'll have to choose one sport or the other the as. I guess their position players report February fourteenth, and the NFL combine is February twenty sixth the giants signed colander or one year contract worth seven million well-deserved in tennis at the astray and open. First round winners include Federer now, doll Wozniacki and Sharipova. Andy Murray in his farewell to the.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Thirty six touchdowns last year close to forty six hundred yards and thirty two touchdowns. So I mean he is probably going to throw for at least forty three hundred yards and at least thirty to thirty five touchdowns that if. An all the time, throw the ball over the field kind of team. As long as he stays healthy. He's put those numbers up. That's more like it. Those numbers you throw out? Yeah, I can see more of that happening. They gave him five thousand or forty just because I think at times Tom Brady put so much on himself in those prior years. But this year is a little bit different though. When you look at the roster as will, it's always that new cast of characters. You know what I mean? How's it? What is it? Gonna look like? First of all, that's what I want to look at. What is it gonna look like? I remember no Julian element of I four games, you know, it's that kind of thing for me that it always pride and look. I had this question x. to me yesterday he says, but it was one of my one of my buddies were, you know, I Rams camping. He was saying, you know what? If Tom Brady, he just falls off this year or what? If what? If he digress a little bit, how how can you figure that out? I said, well, with Tom Brady, I can't figure it out in the first four weeks of season or halfway through a season. I, I can't look at Tom Brady until the season is done with because if you look at last year Dorna season, we said Tom Brady is done. We, he needs to retire. He's he's fallen off the met. But I said, if you looked at at the end of the season, which was Paul Super Bowl, all he did was throw four a play. Oh, a Super Bowl record five hundred and five yards. And you mean to tell me that guy's falling off the map? No pig he is on top of his game. And so you can't look at someone during the season and says, oh, he's playing like, no, I value at Tom Brady when it counts for me, that's the playoffs and the Super Bowl father times on defeated. It's going to happen sooner or later the avocado ice creams, gonna wear off. I mean, it's not going to have new like avocado is. At some point, his legs are gonna, fail them at some point you are going to like, I think you could probably take the top quarterbacks and it forty five to fifty years old. Give him a ball and they can seven on seven still sling it up the sideline. It's whether or not you can make those plays with all those guys breathing down your neck. I think with your legs as much as anything else and sooner or later that's going to go away sooner or later father time is going to catch up, but do I think he's like a baseball slugger or all of a sudden you're gonna fall off a cliff, and he's going to go from being a forty touchdown or thirty five touchdown forty, three hundred yard quarterback to win the MVP to, you know, a guy that is gonna miss seven or eight games this year because he can't stay healthy and his production is just gonna disappear and all the velocity and all of the Tom Brady type of accuracy and decision making qualities are gonna go away. Now I'll believe that when see it just I'm not. I don't buy it on. I think you're right until we actually see it happen. With our own eyes, and you can get triple action protection for optimal engine performance with shell v power. Nitro plus premium gasoline..
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Of throws and i wanna see better anticipation throwing into those type windows from cam newton we know that he can have sheer force of will so we'll his team i think the change that a little bit he's still going to going to run the football but he hasn't been very judicious when he decided to do that it's about him in the pocket is about and being more accurate north turn is able to do that it could be another special season for cam newton who still have to pretty special ready his rookie year and the year he won the mvp talk about the nfl nfc south quarterbacks ranking them from number four the least to number one the best right here on freddie and fitz simons on espn radio if it's and it has ryan fits paget bucket that number four i have jameson winston at number four we both agree that cam newton is number three so oh who is number two this is close by the way closer than i thought it would be when i really kind of just went back and you're going over the eyeball test and numbers but i've got matt ryan behind drew brees for two reasons there's three major categories when it comes to quarterback play completion percentage touchdown interception ratio yards right and then you have fourth quarter comebacks you know game winning drives but when you go the dish the big three matt ryan has drew last year in touchdown i n t ratio not even close matt ryan twenty six to five drew brees twenty three to eight completion percentage easily to drew brees completed seventy two percent of his passes last year to sixty five percents matt ryan i mean you you you shaking your head right seventy two percent in the nfl that's hard to do on air right air and skelly and scrimmage and in practice without human beings in front of you it really is remarkable the year he had last season and then number forty three hundred yards which is a down year and it's still more than what matt ryan through four with the falcon so it's close but i'm going matt ryan second drew i the one thing i love about this conversation we're talking about two guys that even when they're off their game there's still kicking your behind and taking names that's how great both of these guys have been i got drew brees and number two i got married ran a number one and believe me like you i went back and forth with both of these guys people keep wondering when is drew brees going to have that cliff moment where you say yep that's when it happened that's when that guy stopped being an elite quarterback that's when i up being a very good quarterback we could still be a couple of years away from that when it comes to drew brees tom brady forty five drew brees may not be that far behind standpoint and to your point there freddie mean drew is thirty nine thirty eight forty three thirty nine rhetoric so everyone talks about tom brady playing until he's forty three forty.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Absolutely he's a hall of famer he's great but i think that this is the drew brees were going to see is you know a managed the game be smart be accurate set up a great run game that those are my argue i understand some of that but i think that if we were ranking in based off of last year's performance you'd get it right but we're we're projecting towards next year and the way i look at it as i think drew brees had arguably his greatest nfl season ever last year broke the accuracy record in the nfl and you know what he did it on the league leading yards per attempt number you talk about managed the game drew brees he wasn't he was the most yards per he's never done that in his career and yet is yards per attempt were that high i don't view them as a defense first team i looked at them as a balanced team and i simply think that the touchdown number is going to swing back to the mean which is all you need from drew brees next year to get what you want and fantasy now the value is i thought maybe that season that you're describing the painful branding of sadness that he did last year i thought that would driving down the draft board so i don't think i'm going to have him 'cause he's still going in that fifth fringe is going ahead of cam newton so i don't think i'm going to have drew brees i do think that you know what you said in the beginning no decrease in skill set every ability to lead that offense and arguably the best nfl season i've ever seen him half in from two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen the new orleans saints rushing touchdown passing touchdown ratio was two to one in favor of passing touchdowns and all the sudden last year it swings to a one to one ratio where they're equal in passing touchdowns and equal in rushing touchdowns i just i don't think drew brees is done he threw for over forty three hundred yards that's not a game manager that's a guy who's winning the games and just did it happen to have the touchdown luck has touched on rate went from.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on WEEI
"What happened until you i don't think her cousins gonna get more than thirty million dollars a year i don't while he gets 30s highestpaid player in history the nfl saying but i don't think he is now he's gonna get thirty i don't think he he'll absolutely what i'm saying i see what's no question youth great about this it all comes out in the wash and we will see who's ragged here's why you have six or seven quarterback starve teams that have an opportunity to get a good quarterback without giving anything up money gap but quarterback draft is extremely deep there's a lot of free agents out there besides him what makes him so different from any other quarterback now don't get me wrong i think he is that the top of the quarterback class i'm not disregard disrespect again at all but i'm saying what makes people get the ear pay exorbitant amounts of money is when there are no options and in this case there are options kirk cousins is going to go to a team and make them great right away i just don't think he is i think he can make teams very very good he can he can put a jacksonville jaguars team over the edge but it won't be because him it'll be because the jacksonville jaguars rory really good and are the jacksonville jaguars going to sacrifice sacrifice or other other teams kinda like that we're ready may teams that all they need is a quarterback to put him over the top are any of those teams girl risk what they have in their nucleus to pudding kirk cousins and change the balance of where the money goes i just don't think that's true kirk cousins over the last three years has done enough starting forty eight games in a row where he has averaged forty three hundred yards this season twenty seven touchdowns twelve interceptions and a completion percentage hovering and 66 percent range that's great but they had that's going to get him paid that it's gonna get a paid iit's gonna get paid i don't think so again pay garoppolo money but that's forty one more starch than garoppolo there's more beheira there's a bigger track record of kirk cousins and what he is capable of doing then jimmy garoppolo okay so then you could say he has a.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To come up with a rhythm with his receivers and you can see it with michael thomas mann the way that thomas has elevated his game even this year the number of catches we knew that the saints were putting a lot of their eggs in the michael thomas receiving basket because of the trade they made the offseason with the pats so here's breeze who has is needed to be the feature horse so to speak he hasn't needed to be the number one guy he hasn't needed to propel his team or carry his team the season because they've had a fantastic run game and i had use the stat last week all use it again alvin kameri marquee ingram the first teammates in the history of the nfl to each go four 1500 yards from scrimmage in a single season so the two of them together had more than three thousand allpurpose yards us nerves gas or drew brees didn't need to be the guy who would who carry the team on his back and so you kinda forget that he still can be he only had forty three hundred yards passing this season but i think it's pretty obvious that if he didn't have those two running backs he could easily have surpassed five thousand yards and i happen to remember this because because he was my fantasy quarterback this year put they were games in which he didn't have touchdown passes i mean very games when he was content just handoff handoff handoff handoff and that's what makes this team built for the post season but don't overlook the fact that breeze we'll be thirty nine this time next week joe his birthday is a week from today he'll be thirty nine years old and all of the talk about tom brady as this year old quarterback and he deserves all of it he he may likely end up as an mvp but all the talk about his age i want people to forget drew brees is about to be thirty nine me think about some of the other quarterbacks we've seen a major drop off later in their careers meeting in carson palmer is a good example and i.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Guy who would who carry the team on his back and so you can forget that he still can pre he only had forty three hundred yards passing this season but i think it's pretty obvious that if he didn't have those two running backs he could easily have surpassed five thousand yards and i happen to remember this because because he was by fantasy quarterback this year put they were games in which he didn't have touchdown passes i mean very games when he was content just handoff handoff handoff handoff and that's what makes this team built for the post season but don't overlook the fact that breeze we'll be thirty nine this time next week joe his birthday is a week from today he'll be thirty nine years old and all of the talk about tom brady as this 40yearold old quarterback and he deserves all of it he he may likely end up as an mvp but all the talk about his age i want people to forget drew brees is about to be thirty nine me think about some of the other quarterbacks we've seen a major drop off later in their careers meeting even carson palmer is a good example i know he's had some big time injuries even when he was younger with think about the last few years it was really difficult for him to stay healthy the end of peyton manning's career even bread far i mean he had the iron man streak but it it did you know he he wasn't able to play out the string with the minnesota vikings it's more difficult to recover from injuries one you're older and drew brees i'm just going to read this back to you because vis vis blows me away he's justice consistent now at almost thirty nine years old as he was going back to his first full season in the nfl which was two thousand two so he was trapped in a one but he only played one game that year so he became a starter in two thousand two plays sixteen games that year in fact he's never played fewer than eleven games in any nfl season he only played in the eleven his second year in san diego nerd a alert but here's the amazing thing he's been in.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on WWL
"Best one pop band and next weekend bbc chris ed his julie lewis invitation he'll be here while we're from west virginia tell us who won the vehicle mandy humble given so this week at least upper pearl river she won the mustang she was in the neighborhood ac rural rebel the wicket before that yellow up of lorraine through one of the harley are you like oh wow hill is were met is branched out a lucas from pearl river to laura the spun out of the tokyo vote now liberal bobby i've got a question day now or dave joerger things are you pain drew brees all you take a character it is over because if you look we're read right now and ultimately if you to read and you win that second super bowl in but i'm gonna give you a little bit where drew reasons that now take about this and i've said this report who that nation ju breeze georgia eleven yards to reach forty three hundred yards owned a season while he got with what he had to forty five and forty thought yeah okay yeah 245 73 percent who is the most accurate quarterback do you know is the twelve th straight season the drew brees has thrown for forty three hundred yards now we without we remember five thousand with forty three hundred yards wall street sees the nfl record in second place reja matt ryan about history matt ryan the next longo's he's only gonna for five he's not even close he's not even snip and so think about the consistency drew brees worried that and how we running the ball passing the ball so i throw in there and then you might say what what bobby come on what about group breezes arm what about the long ball you'd orders the more team twenty plush of yards as far as the reception just a a game that regain per play over twenty yards say to number one who's the quarterback drew brees but how about this drew brees is the most accurate quarterback number one it cuprija percentage on deep balls where this to the right side of the.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"I think we probably have seen the best aunt in terms of touchdown rate in terms of touch downright may i would be surprised if he thirdplace sixteen games next year and doesn't throw thirty three touchdowns but i would be shocked if he plays sixteen games it doesn't throw for forty three hundred yards i wouldn't all right right it's just i just think he's 37 82 last year he's on pay he added about legislature he's a bookie i understand cares a lot quarterbacks are good the rookie year than have a sophomore slump maybe his sophomore slump his ex you're 90s terrific player i know you i i couldn't think of one bus for next year i really couldn't well i just gave you yeah and he was the only one i wrote down 'cause i he does have to do better in terms of yards he has to i think wins will but if he doesn't i don't know like maybe russell wilson i don't think wilson should be the first quarterback off the board i don't think he will be but if they if they you know fix their offense of wine and try to run the ball more which is sort of been in seattle's dna may wilson his place more like a number five quarterback atlanta i'm going to really try to pull off the track sector with my sleeper quarterback pick that i'll go ahead and make right now because uh two years ago i call them a sleeper and he was uh one of the best quarterbacks vanity football and this year i call them a bust and he was not good at all unsal say matt ryan firstly pressure yet you own matt have you got a couple of callers on the line here with some starter said questions if you have any of those are weak seventeen fire away at eight five five two one two four cbs robert in dallas robert you're on i on fantasy football your sir i wanna bureau uh uh what i'm talking about quarterback woes ban i've gone on my head this shawn watson.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Season there's definitely a level of connection there that i think makes the season an interesting moral a more interesting look with that in mind over forty three hundred yards passing forty one touchdown passes i was one of those and the preseason when we were talking about playoff contenders i looked at what oklahoma lost to the nfl it was joe mix it of semaj appear on he was didi westbrook up those are three nfl off its of players that you think will wait a second if those guys are gone how was oklahoma baker mayfield losing that production going to be anywhere near the college football player not only are they in the caused the ball plan there are a better team than they had last year losing those three players and that speaks directly to a baker mayfield can do he's going to be one of those players through the draft process we had david pollock with us on sports in a couple of weeks ago he said that that he believed the baker may to be the first quarterback off the board because of everything that goes into his it reminds me a lot of russell wilson the stature but more importantly the competitiveness and a willingness to want to win on every single play that can be good and bad but baker mayfield to go out there and has put himself back in the new cycle prior to the college football playoff going into the senior bowl is exactly who baker mayfield is and in a positive light because we know this guy's not without his worch off the field during his time in college football he had a few of those instances instances where you know brush up with the law the instant said i think is brother high school football game where he's going out on the field south that major question maturity a little bit along the way even this year we had some of the stuff you know the crotch grabbed that went on and things that people sort of bristle that a little bit put that get written off as just a guy being competitive after awhile look the immaturity is there there's no question the immaturity is there with him because he gets so fired up and so caught up in the moment there's that whole argument of is he just as he too passionate is he let the.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Told me for his threeyear span i can have a quarterback that average forty three hundred yards sixty three percent completion and over those three years he threw ninety one touchdowns and fortyfour interception for just take it i think most people taken a heartbeat that's eli that's what he did in two thousand fourteen three touchdowns fourteen interceptions two thousand four are are fifteen thirty five touchdowns fourteen interceptions than twenty six touchdown sixteen interceptions all those years forty four hundred yards in the area of sixty three percent to push now again i know you can't put it all on that those aren't bad i mean those are numbers ride a look at that night say while that somebody really decline we need to take a look if you want to get into he's thirty seven we're not sure about the future we mean may need to take a look as i said from the business side of this there's part of me that understand because you're right nobody's immune but i did take a little bit of wait a minute is is is play really been going that bad when you look at some of those numbers what the ear abuse money is way i feel about it and you know look i look at lascaux when it when the giants won eleven five right uh had a number one desus but you live you are men head wonder worse cube yours only better than blake bortles ryan fizz naturally hougang hitler you're right so you know i i think for eli for him to be successful there's a lot of things well him has to be right and i think when it when you look at the giants this year being sydney to a 9 and the age that he lied in his age currently right now then a chance i know fought the giants for saying you know what.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Gonna do what it's about time as much as anything it was stafford's turn now before that it was car before that it was andrew love before that it was joe flaco a couple of want that it was he lie covered up its rogers and may be drew brees matt ryan and ryan kirk cousin so the timing element is paramount we understand that so but i just don't see matthews stafford as the mouth of the difference maker not that i wouldn't do it yes i would do it but there's this inner resignation i understand that intellectually i get it if i ran the lions i'll do the same thing up but that doesn't mean that i wake up every morning if i on the line saying boy we got the guy to witness a super because i'm not so sure that they do so much of this is relative though right you think about where the lions have been a what's the wall one person who who is the one person that you can count on other than those early years when he kept getting those shoulder injuries yet you missed a bunch of games early abut who's been the consistent player for this team yearinyearout last year begueturon true retire yeah here yeah he right that axes the ads there but nava consume what are your miami's now he's not there for the argue but right now by a tried out but it's been it's been stafford i mean last year's 26 and tin enter said touchdown intercept ratio 65 percent complete percentage forty three hundred yards mean the numbers were there right there they say you should be paid in a way that moons it's you know amongst the best in this case the best and the national football league but at some point you get to that that area of thinking about the quarterbacks because quarterbacks just like coaches carry postseason success more than they do the regular season stuff like that i was.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"The st louis rams and was in a very meal that light them right is dick for meal there was there though interest yeah we'll just give this guys shot kurt warner had he had success needle in the nfl europe and in the arena league yummy neil reno ag was like it was like top dog in the arena lead with dire robot with a bunch of robbers but you know he's just tired of this journeymen guy in the nfl ya i've been the packers camp when he of a little bit younger and you know just never really never saw the field ever he's with the rams is the backup for trent green entrench green gets gets heard blows is me out in a preseason game yoke against the charges on a forget it because it was rodney here's the met hit him and incomes kurt warner and big dick meal was like in the post game press conference he sees in tears it needs to say we're going to rally around kurt warner in rural play good football him i mean come on who the hell was drinking when that happened they were dig for me it was sitting there crying at the at the press press conference as he did often i'll tell you who was manny kurt eugene warner was coming this is my time he comes in other nowhere in he's the league mvp and they in the super bowl aw ed he played great that year the great hall on terror four heat will ob yell for forty three hundred yards up forty one tvs thirteen interceptions a sixty five point one completion percentage one hundred nine point two quarterback rating i did this great year and like you said you could you could not you could not right that story the fact that that was real life like if you wrote that as movie are going to be like that's really corny that doesn't happen it right let's really corny that doesn't happen but it happen lme lynn egos heat so they win the super bowl he goes back two years later wins the mvp again but go to the super bowl the dan luger the patriots in that super bowl but he got hurt that the second your dinty for the.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on WWL
"Remember about actor at the reason for that is why like if i go look at my rankings right now i have uh philip rivers of the fourteen thranked sanofi quarterback and that's a guy that had forty three hundred yards and thirty three touchdowns last year at a lot of turnovers and not running value but but there are just so many good quarterbacks that can put a good vantage point that if a reason why i won't pay a quarterback before the fifth round because i would much rather walled up on receivers and running backs with those early picture there's so many good quarterbacks available and i think that's what kind of pushes card down a little bit of there's some bigger name james and there's so many good quarterbacks out there that it it pushes is valued out he's a great value rafi droughts which is why receivers that were traded in the aussies weatherbys them back to surprenant cooks to do egeland semi watkins instead of rams that just happened jordan mathews to the bills uh i don't think uh uh watkins is going to have a huge impact it with the rams because there is concerned about is what at whether it will hold up for a whole season endured jared gough is this quarterback which doesn't give him off uh a huge upside and then with our map news it's the fame uh in cairo out here was a better quarterback than block but it's still a run heavy offense so i i think caught trash to be bob player the twitch teams have to add the the best fantasy season makamba nation of is just huge huge upside with a speed and claim with tom brady makes him the guy that should have a huge impact and panoply this year want to talk about saints players a particularly in the black and gold back field mark ingram and adrian peterson teamed up a dual really ill at least attractive is on paper looks pretty good how does the addition of adrian peterson help mark ingram my my adrian peterson is your you're talking to a guy who's thirty two years old who has well over 2000 kerry who i when we averaged about one eight one point eight yards per carry and very limited work i'm not sure that he he's going to be relevant and fantasy.
"forty three hundred yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"La chargers he is entering his fourteen th nfl season he is a sixtime probowler more than forty three hundred yards and thirty three touchdowns in 2016 nearly forty six thousand career passing yards three hundred fourteen cds he was the fourth pick overall in two thousand four out of ncb state the la chargers opened up at denver on september eleven th and on top of all that he recently partnered with groove rings which one right now by la charges quarterback philip rivers fill up it's great to have your back how are you hey jim great to be on doping is great to have you on so may ask you first training camp is due to open up in less than two weeks so when it comes to this part of the summer filled are you trying to soak in the last few days or you just eighteen to get to and get to work twenty twenty out about right now every year we were my wife strip it looks very does every year turk give away from kirch where i am overjoyed great family and we're gonna work now get ready but uh it took on right now we're you've got to look at a twenty nine per tonne it's almost like the very end of vacation have you been gone for week or two weeks it's great when you start but then by the very end you're ready to get back to work is the example uh so i had matt ryan on yesterday and he talked about how much these changes a quarterback since you arrived in the league especially as relates to preparation nick hardwick a former teammate of yours was recently talking about your brain all the knowledge of accumulated over the course year career so in your opinion how much of being an nfl quarterback is about physical skills and attributes that how much is just about the mental side of the game well it appears what that what you're critical skills menagerie or how you have to rely on the middle part of it certainly urgent are to be really good at boat.