25 Burst results for "Four String"
Tagovailoa Sharp in Dolphins' 37-17 Win Over Falcons
"Lots to talk about after a thirty seven. Seventeen complete win over. The atlanta falcons at home. But before we're getting all of that the world wants to know. How are you doing today. Jake josh said it. Best victory monday. It has to be what six seven months since. We've had a feeling like this. Which i don't necessarily mean the wind because of course that doesn't mean too much as i was saying before the show. The patriots pay a few days before the dolphins i believe was against the eagles as watching them. Do not wrong. I mean he had third and fourth string players running back specifically just kind of taking whatever they wanted to absolutely running eagles. I thought man you know. Could you imagine having your feet up watching a complete game just team absolutely just kind of pack up the opponent. worthy better team on any day. And that's josh kind of with. The dolphins did on sunday started with that on saturday already to warmed up for the regular season but it started with Your boy there to lead that offense made it was incredible to watch. I actually had a big smile. Basting how it seemed like bank group that first team offense just could not do anything wrong
"four string" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"I mean, it doesn't get any better than that. Well, and Tom Brady can bridge still bring it when he has to. And that's certainly you know, great. I mean, I call him the quarterback savant. I mean, he's just like that's I'm a quarterback. That's what I am, you know, And it is kind of interesting to watch. But my hunch is really did I say that right? The homes Homes. Yeah, Bones. He is fun to watch. He seems like he's got a great personality, And at least he looks good on all the ads he does, you know, I mean, he's He's a lot of fun, and it was interesting could she knows they? He and Aaron Rodgers both Hawk for State farm, so they were using a lot of state farm commercials. Through both of those games. Yeah, I was. I was too kind of disappointed that Kansas City Buffalo game wasn't a little bit tighter. But the Chiefs are really really good, especially when my homes is healthy and playing right? There are a ton of fun to watch. I had a ton of fun watching them win the Super Bowl last year and then, of course, also had fun watching them one last year, because as we've I've mentioned a couple times on this show Derek Booth, who used to work here for a long time. He's now the spokesman of the Whole county Sheriff's office is he's from Missouri. He's a Chiefs fan. So I'm always happy for him. Anytime the Chiefs are doing well, well and kind of bringing it back home, I think you know Jake from is about The fourth string quarterback, I think above low, but still he got to go to an NFC playoff championship in his first year as a player. I saw this really cute interview. It's called coffee with the bills, and it's between They have this kicker from London. On the Bills team that is on the NFL outreach to bring international players into football. So they was doing the interviews that was weird in a football stadium with this British accent. Interviewing Jake from, but it was funny. It was done on the first day where there was a big snow in Buffalo. So he comes out of his house, and he's got 2 Ft of Snow. He's got to deal with which he's never dealt with before on. So it was. It was a great interview, and I, you know my hat's off. Hats off Tonto. Jakey. He got to have a fun right today. I mean this season. Yeah, They've got to be a part of a team that was made a run to the championship game. Sure, I mean, the bills will be if they'll be back in it next year. Hopefully, we had this with Jacksonville a few years ago where they got the A C title game. They had a good defense. Good running game. We all thought all they're gonna be around for a while, and then they collapse so Hopefully, the same thing doesn't happen to Buffalo. We're gonna take a break right now. We're going to get to the serious stuff when we come back, But I just thought that with the death of Hank Aaron, and what happened with football games yesterday, it was worth talking. A little sports in the first segment will be back on morning talk. Hey, you can join us on the phones at 770535. 2911. You can also text us there because the mainstream media is the love of Joe Biden showing a little bit of a crack. There were two articles yesterday one About the missed opportunities by the Washington Post that Joe Biden had in his inaugural speech, the other one with Dr Fauci and the Hill. Challenging this idea that the Trump Administration had no plan to disseminate the vaccine. We'll talk more about that.
"four string" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums
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Dallas Cowboys Shopping Everson Griffen
"The Seahawks might be in play for a trade for Dallas defensive end Everson Griffin. The Cowboys did peddle their pass rusher, but to the Detroit Lions for a conditional six round draft choice. Some believe Griffin salary might not fit in the Seahawks cap structure out of football for two years. Former Dallas cowboy receiver Dez Bryant has signed on with the Baltimore Ravens practice squad. The Wisconsin Badgers could be down to a four string quarterback for Saturday's game in Nebraska. Two of their top quarterbacks have tested positive Rickover and under big 10 guidelines have to be isolated 21 days. Meanwhile, the Washington Huskies are building depth and contingency plans in case of Corona virus cases. I think the
With two quarterbacks testing positive for COVID-19, Wisconsin might be down to a fourth-stringer
"And in college football. Wisconsin may be down to its fourth string quarterback this weekend. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that third stringer Chase Wolf has tested positive for covert 19 with Jack Cohen injured and grammar. It's positive as well. And maybe Danny Vanden booms time to shine. The Badgers are set to visit Nebraska on
"four string" Discussed on Meditative Story
"And another bond is forged between. I learned on Tenor Guitar. It has four strings. Better for small hands than your traditional six..
The Low Down with Derek Frank
"What do Gwen Stefani and Shania Twain have in Common? Well for one they both have vegas residencies but more importantly on the bottom and they have Derek Frank Holden down the base. That's right Derek. Frank is on tour with both gwen engine in addition to doing their vegas residencies. Also if you live in the Los Angeles area you can check out Derek. Frank at soundcheck live. And he's in the resident band there. At lucky strike in Hollywood additionally Derek has played with Shakira. Paulina Rubio Daniel Powder. Air Supply Mindy a bear in the bone-shakers and you guessed it the list goes on checkout Derek Frank. Bass player extraordinaire right here on the career musician. Podcast Derek Frank. Welcome to nomads place. Hey man good to be here. Thank you so much for coming to my pleasure. Right down the street. Yes yeah we were just talking about how we never were neighbors. Yeah Yeah Burbank. Yep GotTa Love Burbank. Indeed man now Your House. You have a studio as well right Yup Yup got a garage we That was kind of the main selling point of the houses that we'd a three car garage that we could build a studio in awesome. Yeah I mean I wonder how many people in Burbank actually musicians right probably half composed. Who's play yeah? It seems like every you know every couple of months I get invited to some session and it's like down the street somewhere in someone's garage. I'm like Oh my God. I didn't even know there was a studio here. That's all it seems. Like half half the houses in Burbank. Have some SORTA studio you know right right. But he's in the industry exactly and then not to mention writers and actors and producers directors. Sure we're definitely in the entertainment district. Here hub yeah cool all right so bro. The career musician it is what it is right. A lot of people say. What does that mean? Well we've made a living out of playing music so I kinda dub does as career music. Yes somehow we've made it work exactly. Yeah against all odds so look I. I WanNa talk about a brief history. Okay I think you went to the University of Miami is I did. What got into music? What was the impetus that said you know what? I'm going to be a musician but I'm going to be a bass player as well. Well that was early on I mean just as a Kid. I think a lot of us that end up doing this. You know we discover music when we're really young and we just like it. We don't know anything about it. We don't play an instrument yet but we're just into it and that was me. I I listen to a lot of stuff. I was really into it when MTV came out. I just could not stop watching it. I just saw people playing on. Mtv knows like man. I want to do that so then when the time came I I gotta get started taking lessons for just a few months and then I was in a music store once waiting for my lesson in there was based on the wall and I was like. What's that and the guys who get the Bass Guitar and I? I had no idea what that was. It was like I wanNA check that out so as I'm waiting for my guitar lesson I start playing this basin it immediately just like wow like this instrument. This is what I WANNA play. Wow that's who's who's kind of like that. Yeah what what was it? Because there was only four strings would they because they were thicker the vibrations the lower frequency? I can't explain it. It's just like I started playing it and just really dug it. I was like wow. This thing's really cool like and then I kind of learned what it is and what its function isn't a band and Yeah just started taking lessons on one of those i. I was a caddy at the time. Saved up some money caddying at the golf course and bought a Kramer Bass Kramer Duke Bass Guitar. Oh Yeah that was in Norwalk Connecticut. You probably know where that is your from. Long Island right absolutely now not too far away. Yeah all right. So then what brought you down to Miami and eventually over here. Well I've you know pretty soon got pretty serious about it like I had my high school garage band jam on. Know Van. Halen led Zeppelin stuff like that. Then my family moved to Cleveland. Ohio and I was kind of thrust into all the all the groups in the school. Like in the music program like the Renault Bass players so I got thrust into jazz band concert band marching band. Because they didn't have Tubas so I played in marching band with a wireless and then look would do play in the pit orchestra for the musicals. They'd have it high school so I was just kind of thrust into all these situations that that made me a better musician you know I had to. I had to learn to read ahead to to play jazz. I had to learn. You know all all that kind of stuff you know. Kinda made me get serious about music and then started auditioning for other stuff around Cleveland. I played in this like all state jazz band called Ohio Jazz Orchestra for Youth and got my ass kicked in that really like you know. Made Me Kinda step up and shed a lot and that's a trip. How about half of the right? Yeah Yeah so. How did you learn how to read and and play changes and whatnot and jazz because you're going from rock and Roll Jazz? That's a transition. Oh yeah totally. I was a metal head before I did that. Likud I moved to Cleveland. I was like into thrash metal and stuff like that and like you know I started taking theory in the in the high school band director was was like. Oh you know we need to play jazz. Been and all this stuff and I'd never played any of that stuff before I had never read anything so I was just thrust into it and I had to learn and I got Got A teacher in Cleveland and helped me start reading and I got some reading books and practised reading. You know it was just like trial by fire. Sink or swim. You know if there's something that I couldn't figure out how to like take it home and figure it out you know and this is the days before the Internet Youtube to just look it up. Oh no I just had to kind of learn from books and learn from a teacher and just learn about putting the hours in just by you know Kinda practicing reading rhythms and reading notes and the more I did that in the more reading situations I got put into Just kind of the better I got at it and it was a very valuable skill that I was fortunate enough to learn on right. Incredible did you ever use the clap out? The rhythms before is doesn't that table. I remember I would just sit in bed with my book and like a flashlight and a pencil and I would just kind of like nod my head to the quarter note just tap out. The rhythms can only do that for a half hour before bed. You know things like that or if I if I had time where I didn't have my base with me and I couldn't like actually practice do that. Yeah just tap out the rhythms just to Kinda learn how to read rhythms. I talk about that all the time to this day. I'll be sitting on the airplane writing a chart totally an IPAD and you can just tap it out and you can count through it and slow it down right. Yeah I do that all the time just like on planes. Because that's like you know downtime. You have a lot of times in between gigs or whatever and you're like okay. We'll I can use. I can use this three hour flight to chart out tunes for the next GIG. That's right and that's all the time. Yeah Yeah we're GONNA come back to that actually so then you go to. Um so which is kind of good because you start in Jazz Ban. You get your feet wet. Yeah I got more serious a- more serious with jazz as time went on like I said I I was in that Ohio Jazz Orchestra for youth with a lot of real great players from local high schools. I did that and then I went to a interlocken center for the arts for two summer programs and then ended up staying for my senior year of High School Eight of Boarding School. It's just an arts boarding school where everybody's there to get just better at their craft. That's along we. There was there for years senior year so I did two summers and then stayed around for my senior year of high school. Then I went to University of Miami. That's immersive though that. That's Oh man. It was great idea. Yeah it really was because I was with a lot of like minded people all the time you know aside from our on. Sambas that we were in our classes. We jam constantly. You know late at night early in the morning like you're with a bunch of people that just want to play and that just really head start you know just putting in that many hours playing those very fortunate to have been able to do that okay. So that got you prepped for. Yeah then I went to Miami. Miami was the only school I auditioned for. I You know I was. I was an electric bass player. Never really got into the upright thing. A lot of other schools that have jazz programs. Were a little bit more traditional big bandy. You know to where like I couldn't really just be an electric bass player and you go there. Really my options were Miami Berkeley or am I and Miami just seemed to be the right program at the time but you didn't even apply to the others. I didn't I just. I applied auditioned addition to Miami. Got Accepted and that was it. Bam So my choice easy. That's awesome just went yet just went for one school. Yeah what was that like? It's great you've completed your yeah. I did for years. I did take a year off after freshman year. I just kind of wanted like takes time off and process everything because I I've been going pretty intensely for a while with with You know the the the summer jazz program I was in and then interlocken for a year and then after that I did a cruise ship for for the summer. Then I went to Miami for freshman year and It was just a ton of intense shedding for years. And I really just kinda needed to take time away from that just process it so I took a year off after Freshman Year. I did a cruise ship Gig for six on states. Saved up some money practice my ass off but also you know partied quite a bit simple. Do on. Cruise ships brilliant. Yeah just kind of wanted just. I just needed a year to Kinda like SORTA CATCH UP PROCESS. Right relaxed a little bit as well. I feel just like a lot of information intel. It was really practicing a lot back then. To right Yeah so took that year off and then went back and finished and it was great. It was a great program a lot of great players. I played in a lot of bands and just took in a lot of information and it was. It was
"four string" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Zero two hundred four string Boulevard suite four zero seven Louisville Kentucky four zero two two three WLKY meteorologist Susanne Horgan for today were to be looking at rounds of rain and temperatures really stuck in the forties to a chilly day for us gusty winds expected to about twenty miles per hour overnight we're gonna drop down to about thirty six degrees for tomorrow highs in the lower fifties with dry skies expected we stay dry on Monday with temperatures in the upper fifties on WLKY meteorologist Susanne Horgan it's the weekend on newsradio eight forty WHAS of course America it's the weekend it's hard to DO call eight five zero one seven and now the weekend here's Joe pags great radio stations across the land Joe pags dot com Facebook Twitter Instagram email it's all right there plus the live video feed make sure you stop by the website it's it's also on the blaze radio network what have you there lots of of news about the war on China coronavirus don't let the media or anybody in your circle convince you that you're not allowed to say it was from China it is it's not racist to say from China it actually is correct geographically that is from China AOC this week Alexandria Ocasio Cortez the actress who somehow won a position in the Congress she said this week that Asian restaurants are suffering because of racism people because of their fear of the corona virus are not paid training Asian restaurants what personal page reading is not a word it's not a thing it's patronizing and it's not racist to know that the Wuhan corona virus came from more Han China so not really sure what she's talking about but you keep safe just to save stuff it's like she doesn't say anything for a while introducing some since it just takes some stuff it's very very odd Hey people ago did you so great no she's not she's kind of a dummy and it's been nice to me nice but using dummy eight eight nine four one tags and eight nine four one seven two four seven Joe pags dot com so V. the drudge report headlines around earlier where trump not to get tested well of course now trump says he is getting tested so I don't know why they say things like they say before getting real information the president did a news conference a little while ago gave more information presented more people who run the case he said that they're all getting their temperature checked for the walking to the White House and that he was tested last night we're waiting for the results as a result merit rather would rather drive people are buying toilet paper stuff what do you think about the good buy stuff of the one but it was rather rude but what but apple's closing down stores that's fine if apple wants to do that this rhetoric and that someone would start yelling out don't you think you did this that the other what that's a question that has never when asked by anybody to then president Obama don't you think you really made a mistake had a misstep nobody ever said that to him because that would be no instead you've got people always asking these loaded stupid questions of this president who again is way out in front of this he's doing a great.
Gioachino Rossini 1: About Gioachino Rossini
"To classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. By the time. Giocchino Rossini died. He was seventy six years old but he only had eighteen birthdays. That's because Rossini was born in leap year on February twenty-ninth uh French horn was just one of the instruments. Rossini's father played as official town. Trumpeter in pays Idaho Italy where Seaney was born. Both Rossini's parents were or musicians. His mother was an opera singer which probably had a big influence on his choice of profession When he was a kid Rossini had a beautiful voice to his father taught him to play the horn and he also played piano and Violin at the age of twelve twelve? Rossini wrote a set of core tests for four string instruments. The first time they were performed he played the second violin. Part Rossini's first job as a teenager was coaching singers and playing keyboard instruments for an opera company. By the time he was twenty one in years. He's not in birthdays. Rossini composed ten operas. He wrote seven of those operas in less than a year and a half then. Rossini came out with the opera that what made him an international superstar And an Aria area is what you call a solo song in an opera and that Aria from Rossini's opera Tancredi was so popular that everyone in Italy whistled and hummed it from gondoliers in the boats on canals in Venice to people sitting in jury boxes. So we're seeing reused the tune for a set of variations Because he composed so many operas in such a short time. Rossini actually early recycled a lot of material especially his overtures for instance Rossini Pin this overture on three different operas the first two flopped at the the last one was a huge hit. You've probably heard the overture to the barber of Seville in cartoons or commercials and you probably know the partner of me. He Oh ooh. Even though the barber of Seville is Rossini's best known most performed opera. It's opening night. Did Not go. Yeah well another composer already written an opera. Based on the play the barber of Seville so fans of his opera who didn't think the world was big enough for two Barbara of Seville came to Opera Tabu then during the performance. One Singer had trouble with a guitar. He was supposed to play and another singer trip and wound up with a bloody nose but no one paid any attention to them after a cat wandered onstage. Needless to say there's no part in the Barbara of Seville for a cat but eventually Rossini did write a duet for two cats. Yeah Wow Rossini. Any wasn't enormously successful composer he wrote forty operas in under twenty years and then when he was just thirty seven years old he quit but he went out with a bang. His last opera was about the Swiss hero William
Seahawks consider Robert Turbin in addition to Marshawn Lynch
"Looks like the Seattle Seahawks are about to give their twelves little early Christmas present from all indications they're bringing back a former running back but not cool but not Marshawn Lynch what's going on Adam Schefter with the S. P. N. is saying that it's going to be Robert Turbin who played for the sea hawks and anyone under the Browns the Dallas Cowboys and the colts he is thirty these from Oakland California just like Marshawn Lynch who's also in town talking with the Seattle Seahawks I think they signed both guys saying either because right now the only have Travis Homer and as of about two weeks ago this guy was a four string again ready for a MHM you know you know the label course everything was a giant lump of coal yesterday when the hawks lost to Arizona on explain and Lee and then they lost two more running backs for the season at left tackle Duane brown is having knee surgery all of that in the in the San Francisco forty Niners coming to town on Sunday night and the winner grabs the NFC west how about that most of us are Marchand and Robert Turbin together again it could happen had a tweet from turbine this afternoon saying quotes there's no place like home so it's just about a done deal we we
"four string" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"All right. So I have six things for you that I find fun. I don't like to lead the show when someone cools on just want you to tell us where we're going. So right, go. So I got one two three four five and six they're all different topics and different things. Don't try and look through doing. There's literally six oh, just we'll start with one. Okay. Number one. I'll let you read it. I don't remember what I put in there. Yes. Tom Dempsey's foot? Okay. I have been amazed. All right about Tom Dempsey for my entire life. All right for people that do not know Tom to MC was a kicker that had for a long time. The longest kick in the history of the NFL sixty three yards. It was later passed by Matt Prater tied a few times David Akers, Jason Elam. I think had it. He was born with no fingers on one hand and no toes on the other. And I have always been amazed at this winging club. And I just wanna know from your perspective. Like, why is this not talked about more? Like, this thing is crazy. Well, it's because he's a kicker punishment. That's just the way it goes. I mean, you bigwigs at these big networks disorder of ax only. That's it. I mean SIMS SIMS goes wherever he wants. And he was what a fourth string quarterback for awhile. Was a quarterback. I mean, it's Tom Dempsey is g in the for the brand, you know, super for the bread. It's one of those things where you see those videos on the internet were kids got one arm or something, but he's a pitcher in baseball because his entire life. He was told that he can't do it. I'm assuming Tom Dempsey was said told like, okay, here's the deal or anything with your feet. Have. You looked at pictures of it with the boot he had to boot to the edema special boot that some people would argue that there was potentially a little unfair a little home Colson, Tom Dempsey replied when people said it was unfair on fair. A how about you? And I guess he's Canadian how about kicking a sixty three yard field goal to win it with two seconds left. And you're wearing a square shoe. Oh, yeah. And you don't have toes the amount that stats what he responded to now. Sports science looked into it and found that the the shoe had no advantage that it actually might be a disadvantage because it's just a flat surface. Oh, yeah. That's sports. Science guys always sponge and bring his sports science. He's he compared to white for any spin move. To that of a figure skater and Olympic figure skater and Dwyfor guy. You don't let make fun of a lot, you know. But we're all looking forward to free sports science, right? It was a it came out on a Saturday night. So Sunday morning was like breakfast before a game. And every we were all like L for any sport science coming out tonight coming out tonight. It'll be a freaky spin move and the next morning like the way that guy described the dominance. Dwight Freddie, was just like some of the most ridiculous metaphors of all time and free the next morning Kalaveti around the field, like a Olympic figure skaters something like that Allah renews and famous skaters. So the next morning alike, we all walked in. And I was a little bit too young. So I really just start talking. But I'll freely was like Donnie ones about zone even wanna talk about it. Like, let's just guys this move on from sports science thing. So I'm not the biggest fan of that guy. But yeah, I don't to kick a ball sixty three yards..
"four string" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Let's look at the last four games for all these teams, and there's three stats Vegas cares about they didn't care about all the three that Vegas believes. Are what are you averaging points per game? What's your output? What's the point differential? How much are you winning by? And what are your yards per play? Those are considered. Vegas numbers. That matter Vegas loves yards per play Vegas loves point different, historically, if he ended up with a number one number two number three number four point differential, you're playing in the Super Bowl. So of all the four teams New Orleans is last in the last month last in points last point differential laughed in yards per play. But I know saints fans are going, well, Colin teddy Bridgewater. Teddy Bridgewater played in one of those games. All right. Then let's eliminate that game. Oh, wait. They're still easily last in points per game. Almost by ten point differential by thirty to forty points and yards per play by at least a half a yard almost more New Orleans. Simply doesn't pass the eye test in the last month. Let's be honest that games in Philadelphia. They don't win. It. Does everybody understand what? Philadelphia over came to have the ball late. They lost all three of their top defensive lineman for various parts, they lost their best. Interior offensive lineman early. They lost their top corner. Run a four string running back and a backup quarterback. They were on the road for the fifth time in six weeks and dropped a key potential interception and a key catch from the usually reliable, Al Sean Jeffrey. Philadelphia had the ball at the thirty driving for the win. They don't pass the eye test. Terry Bradshaw from Louisiana saints fan. Growing up said just watch him. They don't look the same as they did two months ago. The thing that bothered me was the last four games of the season. They had not looked good. And I said on the air. You can't put a key in the car and turn it on and get run away. We go Jack. You can't do that. And tell him commercial break through Howie, you put a key in you turn it on. But with the say slightly to pull the choke out. There's some truth to it. And the other thing is I think the saints got a couple of breaks this year. First of all their division was awful. Cam got hurt. Carolina was bad Atlanta walked into the season on crutches. And Tampa's Tampa so that gave them big advantages their division was bad. They also played most of their key big games at home. They hosted Philly they hosted the Steelers they hosted the Rams the other thing is their schedule worked out. So they got a injured Cam Newton and Carolina both times late in the year. That's not to say the Rams didn't deserve the accolades. They do multiple things. Well, they have a hall of fame coach and hall of fame quarterback a star receiver, and it's very very good running back and it's hard to run the football on him. But. When I look at them overall. Last month, the numbers, the ones Vegas cares about their last. Even if you eliminate the teddy Bridgewater game they are easily dead last. I don't think the saints are playing well. And when I think about the games this weekend. Like if you tell me in one sentence describe New England's why New England would win this weekend. The first thing I would think of is Bella check Brady if you say, okay, how why would Kansas City win. I'd be like well Andy Reid Mahomes MVP quarterback. If you said, why would the Rams win this weekend? I'd be like McVeigh Todd Gurley line. If you say why would the saints win this weekend? You know what I think other than the Superdome? So I think I think they're incredibly vulnerable. I picked the saints to get to the Super Bowl and win it. But man breezes is going to have to pull this one out because I just don't like what they've looked like for the last month. Right. Let me shift to this. I said last hour when join I got into this discussion. In the summer every year. I'm fairly accurate but sixty sixty five percent, I picked division winners..
"four string" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Let's look at the last four games for all these teams, and there's three stats Vegas cares about they didn't care about all the three that Vegas believes. Are what are you averaging points per game? What's your output? What's the point differential? How much are you winning by? And what are your yards per play? Those are considered. Vegas numbers. That matter Vegas loves yards per play Vegas loves point, historically, if you end up with a number one number two number three number four point differential. You're planning the Super Bowl. So of all the four teams New Orleans is last in the last month last in points last point differential laughed in yards per play. But I know saints fans are going, well, Colin teddy Bridgewater. Teddy Bridgewater played in one of those games. All right. Then let's eliminate that game. Oh, wait. They're still easily last in points per game. Almost by ten point differential by thirty to forty points and yards per play by at least a half a yard almost more New Orleans. Simply doesn't pass the eye test in the last month. Let's be honest that games in Philadelphia. They don't win. It. Does everybody understand what? Philadelphia over came to have the ball late. They lost all three of their top defensive lineman for various parts, they lost their best. Interior offensive lineman early. They lost their top corner. Run a four string running back and a backup quarterback. They were on the road for the fifth time in six weeks and dropped the key potential interception and a key catch from the usually reliable alshon, Jeffery. Philadelphia had the ball at the thirty driving for the win. They don't pass the eye test. Terry Bradshaw from Louisiana saints fan. Growing up said just watch him. They don't look the same as they did two months ago. The thing that bothered me was the last four games of the season. They had not looked good. And I said on the air you can't put a key in the car and turn it on. And you run away we go, Jack. You can't do that. And on commercial break up, though, Howie you put a key and you turn it on. But with the space lately had to pull the choke out. Right. There's some truth to it. And the other thing is I think the saints got a couple of breaks this year. First of all their division was awful. Cam got hurt. Carolina was bad Atlanta walked into the season on crutches. And Tampa's Tampa so that gave them big advantages their division was bad. They also played most of their key big games at home. They hosted Philly they hosted the Steelers they hosted the Rams the other thing is their schedule worked out. So they got a injured Cam Newton and Carolina both times late in the year. That's not to say the Rams didn't deserve the accolades. They do multiple things. Well, they have a hall of fame coach in a hall of fame quarterback a star receiver, and it's very in a very good running back and it's hard to run the football on him. But. When I look at them overall last month, the numbers, the ones Vegas cares about their last. Even if you eliminate the teddy Bridgewater game they are easily dead last. I don't think the saints are playing well. And when I think about the games this weekend. Like if you tell me in one sentence describe New England's why New England would win this weekend. The first thing I would think of as ballot check Brady if you say, okay, how why would Kansas City win. I'd be like well Andy Reid Mahomes MVP quarterback. If you said, why would the Rams win this weekend? I'd be like McVeigh Todd Gurley. Oh line. If you say why would the saints when this weekend, you know, what I think now they're in the Superdome? So I think I think they're incredibly vulnerable. I picked the saints to get to the Super Bowl and win it. But man, breezes going to have to pull this one out because I just don't like what they've looked like for the last month. Right. Let me shift to this. I said last hour when join I got into this discussion. In the summer every year. I'm fairly accurate but sixty sixty five percent, I picked division winners..
"four string" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And if you have Alexa, Google just say play WFAN and you'll be locked into the fan. So. Back to Saturday before we get to price off from where he may be playing baseball in two thousand nineteen but I think back to the games I was watching on Saturday as I watch Damien Williams. Who was yes, the fourth string running back for the Miami Dolphins in two thousand sixteen they about a dolphin sat on their roster area foster JJ Kenyan Drake is the fourth string running back on dolphin twenty sixteen. C J Anderson is having a Cup of coffee with Carolina. He's having a Cup of coffee with the Oakland Raiders. We remember him from his days with Denver, many moons ago. CJ Anderson and Damian Williams dominated the postseason. Ran all over their respective opponents. Williams was great against the colts. Anderson was unstoppable against the Cowboys. If I'm a team around the league, and I see that. It only adds more fuel to the fire for why I am not. Paying a running back top notch dollars I policy when it comes to running backs. I want my own. Is them getting a guy on a cheap? Who's going to be a complementary piece Cadillac with Frank gore was last year, I could live with that deal number back. But as far as my bell cow guy as far as the guy that I want. Doing his staying adapt position. I want to be cheap. I wanted to be young. I wanted to be fresh. The small teams great teams normally do not pay for other people's running backs. Very rarely DC. Tell me marshawn Lynch leaving buffalo going to Seattle that worked out that was kind of a weird case, especially because marshawn Lynch in buffalo. Probably did not live up to the billing and his potential coming out of Cal. Fine examples over the last fifteen twenty years one bags of a lot of success in one place. Go somewhere else and continue to twelve. Few and far between. I that's cautionary tale. C J Anderson Damian Williams to hot pursuit of Levy on bell in the off season. 'cause as talented his bell may be it's about the other things that you have working for you. And what the Kansas City and the LA Rams have working for them. Dominant point of attack offensive lines that played great. When you came city running back's going to help because. The opponent knows Patrick Mahomes. Tyreek hill and Chavis. Kelsey that. So they're going to be gained planning for those guys. You gotta work yourself. Other radio. Rams look, Jeff gaffes. Okay. Played pretty well. This year. But they're focused the running game the ranch is punked Amin, punked, Dallas Cowboys from Andrew Whitworth and take back to Andrew Whitworth, and what could have been for the giants. The giants that. I remember this prioritize Brandon Marshall. And it speaks to what Jerry Reese is thrown in his final. Yeah. They prioritize Brandon Marshall and making sure he was appointed a giant fabric over Whitworth. Wharf? It's been an absolute stud on show McVeigh's line. The last two years with Brandon Marshall doing these days. Folks, be careful of the aging skill position player, especially when they're looking at command, a good chunk change, be careful now Philadelphia, and thankfully, we don't have to worry about another eagle magical Super Bowl run. Even last year. I was aboard because it was stuff in the wild. Eagles were good to me and the Alannah game the good to me in the Super Bowl. So I was okay with them. But I didn't wanna see another year with the Super Bowl. I did not for the life of me. And I was thinking about this watching and want any part of pats eagles Brown to. No, thanks. Banality eagles are dead and buried and the city of Philadelphia is going to have to transition to some Ben Simmons Philadelphia Flyers. And yeah, their baseball team that was supposed to be spending stupid money. That's what they say is where are you going to be spending stupid money while it looks like they're ready to put that stupid money to test because they had according to Bob Nightingale over at USA today. Very productive meetings out in Vegas trying to lure Bryce Harper to the Phillies now as of last week. Everybody was saying, oh, he's going to go back to Washington that there isn't that primary suitor out there. I see why the Phillies are all in on Harper. Can't blame them. First of all you taking them away from the nationals. Second of all you have. Porfit? Lefty righty power. Do you have Harper and Reese Hoskings in the middle of the order. Good watch on a pitch two guys specially in that ballpark. Offers slam dunk Ben is absolute slam dunk. He's got the perfect swing for that ballpark for Yankee Stadium for any ballpark. He's boxoffice whether you like Bryce or not he is box office. People will go to pay to see him play. Phillies. I'm looking to fill that stadium night after night sky and bringing into the fault. Of course,.
"four string" Discussed on Comeback Szn
"But at the same time LSU was playing like they're like fourth string secondary UCF didn't have McKinsey Milton. But that game was pretty interesting. It ended up not being near as much fun. As it looked like it was going to be for UCF. But that made me a little nervous, Johnny. I'll have to admit that. It was when I when I saw the score within the game. I didn't get a chance to watch. How the score I was shocked that they scored as many points as they did. But I think you have to still give you see some credit for his got a year. You know, the last two years they've had it's been a good run. I still think they'll be in the mix, you know, for the for the next couple of years. That if they have another undefeated regular season like they did last year and this year that they should be in the conversation to make it in the playoff. Because even though I mean, I think the final score of LSU LSU game was like forty two thirty two you know, early on. I think you see up was up by like two touchdowns and it really by the time LSU took over the game. It just was never really close anymore. But I can see the argument being made is like they're hanging in with LSU in these bowl games. Do you think that they deserve to be in the playoff even though they're not a power five school? I don't think just being based on being undefeated. You know, there's, you know, I think, you know, dependent on a one loss team because looking at the way things have been the last couple of years. It takes a lot of two loss teams that have gotten in at all. So you know, I think it takes undefeated or one loss. And then, you know, depends on if you know, Georgia team with one loss, you know, an SEC title or something obviously Trump's a scheduled any kind that UCF get ever put on this on the table. So I think they're always going to be behind the gun. A little bit. But, you know, undefeated always put you in the Mace. We'll see what happens in. I mean gets always goes back to if you do explain the playoffs. And maybe you get a group five, you know, one of those teams to maybe get in at least all the power five schools can be represented. But we'll see what happens with that. But you you hit the nail on the head earlier like the best two teams are in the national championship. And we'll get to that preview in a little bit. But we didn't necessarily need the playoffs this year. And I didn't like that they were on Saturday because it kind of made the rest of the games anticlimactic until even last night with Texas Georgia which ended up being boring as well. It's like the playoffs should be the last game of the year. Do agree with that. I think you know, with the way things are going to change the playoff and everything I think these games are going to have to be played the way that they are because I was already talking with TV about this the other day, all these extra games that are being played and everything is this not changing and skewing the records, you know, of college football. Here's three you know, you look back at guys, you know, who've held all these past records, those not going to be broken by guys that have played sixteen games. Now compared to. Like thirteen. I never thought about that. That's crazy or do we Asterix on this because you know, guys, like case keenum or stuff like this guys like that played in throwing for fifty five hundred dollars. They've done it thirteen games. Now. Now, we got have guys going for five thousand yards or they're playing for you know, fifteen or sixteen games. Yeah. I guess I'd never thought about that. Because it's like not like, you can just all of a sudden change the rule book to where it's like part one part two, but guys aren't going to be breaking the records because the more games you add and especially if they add another round of the playoffs like those records are going to be broken easily. See if he was here, he probably would have made an like did he agree with you? When you talk to him about that we just were trying to think of like how that's going to be how that's going to be done..
"four string" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"How does was cute weeks or Kony is a real one? But that didn't work out. And and you know, he got hurt and they stumbled, and they just couldn't have they not been better with Nick foles been what to go on its own. And I'm just saying well go into. We're counting Washington basically an arena league team with third string fourth string quarterback. Back off. I don't know. But it will neighbor. Houston in the round of play on was quality. Chris I think what you're missing here is this was a late season run. It was fun. It was exciting. Do you know how good Chicago? Yes. Or they'll tell you. How cold it's going to be in Chicago. Do you know how fearsome that defenses? Tell them to erupt telling him come on. He just doesn't get course. I'm trying to help here to bail got no shot. That's your wing, man. Let and let it points allowed. I mean, you could go all they've done every week. They needed to do defensively. Third in yards allowed. You could go down the line. The magic runs. Ow. I get it. Imagine Chicago tolls. I don't trust Trubisky. You talk about a blowout. How how many points busy on put up? It's not about Trubisky. About one of this. And he putting up a bunch of. Why don't you trust your Bisky? What because he's not. He's all right. He's not great. But wait a minute. And look difference at thirty six. Totals house. Tony get a lot of interceptions. All I know their sub Trubisky. I'm not saying anything really against Chicago. I'm just saying this is the team that won the Super Bowl last year. This is the team that they feel rejuvenated they build his shrines to Nick foles. They won the Super Bowl, you know, they have ashlin in the locker room with some dirty socks. Whatever. I'll give it was jockstrap. Whatever works for you in this team is. It they they weren't just talking about when Nick foles got inserted into line. They weren't just talking about less makeup playoff run. Let's have some fun at the end..
"four string" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"I think now have the line of it doesn't matter. I'm not going to try to. To please everyone. And so they don't fight back very often of a against those things though answer the questions, but they know that whatever they say they're going to be get caught out by some segment of the fan base as being wrong of of making the wrong decision or acting the wrong way. So I've actually stopped feeling guilty about things and felt more pride in showing the objective cinema verite as it happened moments and let everyone have their own point of view because the coach, the other coach, it's arguing with them the player that gets you out at all that the best thing we can do is present it exactly as it happened and not try to editorialize say of this, this means the coach cares or this means the player, you know is getting better. We don't. We don't say that it's just about, here's what happened. And I think that's why the show feels is real. Well as as it does. So the goal is that basically be as comprehensive as you possibly can about the key story lines of of this team basic. Yeah, it's hard because we capture four hundred hours for everyone. Our Anna Magid. Yeah, can't imagine how much you have to pour through. So we we kind of try to get a a one hour show that's Representative of what happened in others. There's people once in a while now that will call or or write me and say, hey, I don't understand. I wanna see the running backs. You're missing the biggest story, Carlos Hyde, Duke Johnson, and Chubb is rookie. What? What are you doing? And we say, well, yeah, we could do three hours on those guys every week, but we can do three hours on everybody on the entire team. I mean, there's ninety people there and someone like Brogan Robak. Fourth string quarterback is just as interesting delightful fallow by the way, yes, you landed on that. You really landed on something there. I'm glad you gave him a little bit of run there amidst all the the big story lights. Do any coaches you kind of answered this, but I am curious. Do any coaches say. Do you PR guys GM's or otherwise anybody ever say to you with a tough issue or whatever. Hey, I really liked the way team blank came off a couple years ago. How did they handle stuff like that? Is anybody looking for tips pros and cons on how things are going to play to the nation? The closest that we come to that is coaches usually bring up a previous coaches GM's might bring up previous GM's or owners, or really anyone and say, well, but I'm not really like that. You know, whether it's, I'm not. I'm not like Rex. I'm not going to be funny guy all time, or, you know, quarterbacks say, you know, I'm not going to. That's not my thing. What what that person was doing? And we say, yeah, we know that's why you're on the show this year. We don't want you to act any differently who you are will come across trust us because we've done this long enough. We don't have to show much in. It's very clear who you are by just being yourself, and we will pick the moments that best represent your personality. So the people get who you are, the more you try to control that the less it will feel real and the less it's going to feel like you. So you don't wanna try to act like Rex Ryan and be entertaining, and you don't wanna try to be a hard ass like Bill O'Brien, you wanna be you. And as long as it comes off, genuine people are going to like you. That's just the way it is. I don't know that like the coaches in particular it on. Care about being life, but they care about being accurately portrayed. You know, everyone wants to make sure, hey, you're not gonna. You're not gonna want me to do this, right? So we want you to do anything. Here's what you're gonna do. You're gonna put. We're gonna put the wire on you and you're going to go out to practice and you're gonna coach. That's it. Don't. We all have? There's no direction. There's no screenplay. There's no prompts. Nothing is set up. You just do what you're gonna do..
"four string" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"You either take up to blockers or you just run to the ball. There's not a lot of there's not a lot of thinking in the defensive line room. In my experience, the deal on room is hilarious in normally to corral a group of ho. Larry issue means you have to be a hilarious person. So that is normally where the hilarity comes from offense of line coaches, normally, hard nose guys normally because he align room is super gritty. That's a group of people that your job sucks. You get no credit for anything you're doing. You're not like the d. wine has a chance to make a big move, right? They get a sack. They're all over everything. They get highlights if an offense, alignment, their biggest highlight is if they pull in a hit a guy, and even then the running back is getting the highlight, not the offense of line. So normally it's like a hard nose guy who's been through it, but the characters in coach's locker in like the coaches are all over. The place. You got a lot of people that have been strictly in football like yesterday was the story came out about Vincic man, not knowing a fucking burrito, and he'd been eating a burrito for like five years because when you get into that bubble, which is what football coaches get into and Vincic man's it, you just live in that bubble forever. Like this coach, Wylie guy. I'm assuming there has a day in his life where he doesn't think about football or talk about football. And now granted, that is not a great thing either. Let's assume he's not the most cultured human being on earth, but what a whole Larry's character he has become. It's going to Derrick and Phoenix real quick Derek. What's up about both four string quarterback, bro. I, I don't think he's gonna make it, you know, but I see, right well in your office. What are your thoughts on that? Maybe an internship or definitely not my office, maybe in the New York office maybe sent him over the New York office in. I don't think he's that good of a brow either to be on like a lot of people. Obviously the part my take is love them because it's matching in these Abro and it's a very football guy thing to do. I don't think he's that good of a bro though, to be honest, more of a nerd, don't bro me till, you know me, you know the bro sliding through the DM's picking up a lady. I don't judge them for that. I do judge them though for taking up a valuable, seven to eight minutes of hard knocks last night whenever it was not that great Jordan, you love the butterfly thing. I, I, I, I loved it because I thought it was funny, but it didn't do him any favors as far as liking him. Gotcha. You you liked it because the girlfriend was involved. I assume from a female's perspective Securitate in me a little bit like when they were at the game and she's just like. I just wanted to get in for the like, I thought that was annoying. Four. Hours to watch what Browns game. That relationship. I don't know three weeks after he gets cut digs. Hey, the bro might have you never know that might be real love. But for me, it's like I feel like they're taking away from a lot of good. We need Todd Haley, Greg Williams. And if you wanna put Jarvis on there or Carlin Aceves more dumb shit from him. I like that. But taking away to the bro, I think is strictly part. My takes vote by the way. I think it is part of my take. Crow is getting so much love on the show. I was looking for the tweet, but I couldn't find the exact one. But I believe PF tease said he is if rob gronkowski and rob gronkowski had a kid and then that could had a kid that's who. Personality, skip a generation. So what they're saying? Yes, yeah, yeah, because I don't think he's funny. He'll like as a bro. I respect the line Ray said, the capitalized, bro for his name. I laughed very hard. Got a good, but then whenever they put seven minutes of time into them on HBO, I'm like too much on this guy. Come on. Give me back to Todd Haley or the fucking Greg Williams. Everybody have their hands up by the way..
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"four string" Discussed on Business Inspires
"I think impactful for both sides an in it i think it gives a lot of pride to the local residents when they have a brewer down the street are they have this other type of business down the street and really localize is the economy in the community that makes sure sure and then it's awesome um you're kind of took to follow up like what's what's your big next fiveyear plan do you have any sort of exit strategies uryu you dislike look i am i know that uh this is what i want to do and i don't let them yes let there's no intellectual property sta as ask in an in how you on may secret yahyaoui's lit as it um you know i don't i really don't have an exit strategy at this point i this is something that i've built that i want to to to be part of four a couple of decades at least come i've never found something other than music that i'm as passionate about as the sun then it's working so i'm rally not looking to to sell the business and any time in the near future at all um we have changed our uh our focus over the last year to become uh more local if you will um we do sell beer in two states so we are sowing bureau throughout ohio and kentucky and a year or two ago i mean even a year ago f you would have talked to be about a business plan it would have been okay well we're looking at surrounding states to start with and we're talking to distributors and and we've done a ton of that however there are local breweries opening up in all of those cities out of state as well and were not gonna play as well there as we would a home and it becomes difficult to manage and it's very expensive to have the sales and marketing efforts going and us farreaching markets so our model has really been focused on columbus.
"four string" Discussed on Business Inspires
"Masing deaths israel grassroots it was very very organic and the way that we grow at love to you talked about how the media really picked it up and they really did and it was kinda i mean you're kind of on the forefront more so than the of the people stepping in the the microbrewery dumb industry now i mean do you got a pretty good jump on the market we do michelle we'll be right back with our guest on business inspires right after this this is kelly and this is less late and we're the dollar saving divas we've recorded a few podcast app dining in shopping anchoring and we're excited the tell you about stick the tour weekend and reindeer june 16th in seventy three david manson one weekend friday june 16th the tour de grandes cycling classic addressing international field of several hundred professional cyclist to central ohio as well as i do inspected inspectors from the outset midwest the tour features world class bicycle racing through the streets of brand beer as well as events and activities for spectators and cypress polite the try village chamber partnerships proudly presents dig fest on saturday june seventy featuring the best and mobile craft beer is liquors and winds with music and entertainment all it agree with you yard don't forget the saint christopherperes festival featuring live dance and fine for the entire family for more information on dignatory weekend a band and to book your accommodations head to destination grand viewed dot org and now back to my show in her guest on business inspires your talk of other talk about now now that you've ramped up and obviously you have taking the small business to really a a pretty big business and you know you had to jump through a lotta hoops as far as you know getting it getting financing and working with the city in you know all the rules and regulations for you know just distribution of alcohol and you know you know having that plan and taking that leap of faith because i know it is when you know you decided to build you'd the hague avenue brewery it brewing area the new plan so and talk about from you know not necessarily talk about more from the business side of it like you know some of the things that you.
"four string" Discussed on Business Inspires
"Carried it uh sierra nevada was around boston beer little sam adams that kind of stuff but really we started the love the beer that we were making and i wanted to continue doing that so i just never stopped and i started brewing all grain at home that i started when you're talking about coming in my house in we had a kagan the fridge those world cornelius cakes or soda cakes i would start buying old soda cakes and i started kagan my own beer because cleaning bottles of such a pain so once i was making all grain bureau home and i was kagan the all green beer i thought i can scale this up a little bit and the very beginning at was just to brew more homebrew and i had a friend an old friend of mine in the nineties we used to talk about building a brewery out of repurpose te commercial dairy equipment and there's a big dairy bone yard of equipment out in plain city so i called him and two thousand ten and said you know i'm going to build this big homebrew speak homebrew rig is it still reasonable it we were kids we talked about that is that recently said ought stainless steel it's totally reasonable it's going to be hard it's going to be a pain you're going to have to engineer it and do this and do that but it's totally doable in its way cheaper than buying uh proper brewing equipment so when i went out to the bone yard i realised quickly that the cost of what would be a threebarrel tank is the same as a ten barrel tank because dairy is just bigger than the scale that that i was looking for and then i realized that i could put together a ten barrel brew house i could get some tanks and that really really got me thinking of of what i could do and this was my opportunity to own my own business and to do my own thing as risky as it was i've always been risk adverse i just.
"four string" Discussed on Business Inspires
"I'm in both been in the music business a little bit and um people are asking me this question and you know what did you get out of playing in in bands and i always always think about you know i i learned so many amazing life lessons traveling with a bunch of guys in a van blue hills um can you can elaborate on that for you as you know like what you know what did you get from what did you learn from that experience that his you know taking you to where you are now with your business in your life in oakland stuff sure uh uh a couple a couple of different things i think from from a business standpoint i i know back in the nineties a few of the bans i played especially the ones where we where we toured in recorded so much it was like a small business we were we were just work so hard to to get that next step and and we would sit down and talk about what our goals were i'll be believe it or not and and whoo eric work work work towards that and i think that that those are some of the bus lessons i've ever had in my life because it it really taught me hustle an in that it can pay off if you do hustle in addition to that it also teaches you to to to deal with people you know when like you said when you're riding around in a van with somebody for six weeks out in the middle of nowhere and you rely on each other for for every thing um you've got to be diplomatic and you have to think about how what you want lines up with how what other people want how you can all get get to where you need to be it's funny i always said that it reminded me of uh you know basically having five wives are four different wives right in italy in an abandoned really being being able to keep the vision rolling down the road right and it's it's tough it's it's funny i used to say i used to say that to people it's it's like being married to three or four other people that.
"four string" Discussed on Business Inspires
"This is business inspires a monthly podcast of the tribe village chamber partnership to run a successful business you need resources valuable connections and community recognition business inspires will provide you with the tools resources and examples to inspire you to create the business year envisioning here's michelle wilson executive director of the try village chamber partnership welcome to another edition of business inspires the tribal achiever partnership podcast jason clayton and i'm actually filling in for michelle today and we are here with john cochran who is the founder and owner of four strings brewing company and we get a chance to taliban it with dan and see how he's got nowhere he's been so how you doing jason i'm doing good thanks sarah thanks for being here today happy to be here so it's funny give michelle it does this every every week and she usually starts out with the same kind of question for everybody in its um you know what did you really want to be doing when you're a kid japanese sorted dreams and and how did you go from of that dream to now being a beer i'll boy that's a that's a good question i wanted to be a rockstar when i was a kid they say it's usually what astronaut you know jet pilot rockstar something like that so i wanted to be a rockstar when i was a kid um and i actually was was fortunate when i was a little bit older i uh had some great opportunities to tour in record play in base guitar uh so i i did get to live that dream a little bit and at the at the same time while i was doing that i was uh touring the country gone abreu reason and homebrew ring when i was off the roads so it was a it was kind of a natural transition to go from it i know that sounds strange to a lotta people to go from playing music to brewing beer professionally because they they really just kind of fit together as as my to passions that's cool um you know obviously we've known each other for quite a long time.