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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Fame quarterback. Fifth last night, most yards in NFL history passes Dan Marino. Imagine if Temer you know, played today. Boy. That's kind of wild. If you think about it, because Dan Marino has 420 touchdown passes of all time, and that is fifth all time. And if you look at it right now, breeze 5, 64 Brady, 5 61, Peyton Manning, 5 39 bread Far 508. Rivers, four away. Rogers 3 88 Ben 3 81 alive 3 66 of them. Fran Tarkenton about that 342 touchdown passes. That's the top 10. And then if you look at yards when we get to passing yards all time. It's breeze. One with over 79,000 Brady to over 76,000 Peyton. Three with over 71,000 Far of over. 71,004. Philip Rivers fifth all time. 61,666 yards, Dan Marino. 61,361 yards if he played now. I think I think would be safe to say he'd be number one most passing yards of all time. Ben Eli, Matt Ryan. John Elway wrapped out the top 10 for most passing yards in the morning Moon is at 11 Aaron Rodgers is at 12. Rivers to May. And I said, this last segment. I repeat myself 9000 more times throughout the rest of the show. When you are fifth all time in passing yards and six all time and could be fifth all time and passing touchdowns. You tell me how you're not a Hall of Famer, and if your only argument is who knows you don't have a room or, you know, it's been a great postseason quarterback..

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Game. They threw what he say 20 out of the final 28 plays were throws. So if you're going to throw it every time and the run really doesn't matter, because what's the sense of play action ING Then you're gonna go on the gun. But it's just overall. Jimmy. And I think I think the likeability you know, we got into all these different topics, but it's the way he answers things. The way he handles himself. He's just a likeable guy. I mean, he's just likeable. He's a really likable person. And he's likeable here, but their size standards here. But I do think at some point if he is made available by a trade or something that Belichick well tried Obtain him again. Now. Hopefully he plays great. This year, The 40 Niners win the Super Bowl and there's no change there because we like him here. He's a good guy. He's fun to watch play, and he's really easy. To deal with with the other quarterback. I mean, a rich Gannon and I have become friends since Rich, retired Rich was hard to deal with. When he was a quarterback of the Raiders. He wouldn't give you two minutes and he wouldn't give his teammates two minutes. Jimmy's not like that, Jimmy. No consent to come on the pregame show all the interview request he got this week. And then just the way he is, when the interaction you know you've interviewed him, probably more than I am. He's just a He's just a really good dude. So, but I the way Belichick talked about Kittel this week. And the way he talked about Jimmy. He doesn't If he doesn't want to say something, you know that he won't talk about it will mention you helped Kobe she'll be spars with his words. He spoke glowingly about kid and he spoke glowingly. Lavaka Rapallo and just his transformation from being in the gun in school and everything they went through in the person. I mean, we'll see what Where's career ons up. I think a Fran Tarkenton Fran Tarkenton in the sixties, was a great player with the Minnesota Vikings. And then he left and he went to the New York football giants for a few years met for five years. He was It was not a good team there. They were in transit transition, and Bud Grant brought him back to Minnesota. I think for the 72 year and then they just went on a run of Super Bowls. No Joe Kapp quarterback Tim to Super Bowl for when they lost the chief's, But then after that, it was Fran. And they did win, but they were dominant dominant team in the NFL at the glittering record, and they were the best team in the NFC for a long time. You know, so there's a lot of examples. Brian Hoyer's been mentioned. A lot of examples where you're comfortable in a system of coaching staff likes you. So again. We hope Jimmy stays here. But I think if it does not work out here for whatever reason for Garoppolo is certainly as a home. In New England and I would rather have it be after you know, at the end of his career, and after he's won a few Super Bowls here because it be fun to see him win one here, But there's there's fondness on both sides. There's no doubt he's very Just endearing relationship between he and Bella check Now on Sunday. That's got to stop. And he's not your former coach. You can't call him coach anymore. I thought it was borderline tampering, John that Bella checks texting him while he's under contract with the 40 Niners. Maybe get a draft pick out of that guy. But it's a great relationship and then to the old mind game. You know, he knows what I know. And I know what he knows that kind of thing, but I think the advantage would be on from Belichick side. Since Jimmy knows their defense. But, you know, Belichick runs the defense that he knows Jimmy and he'll be able to try to attempt to put him in compromising positions on Sunday. One of the things you're talking about relationships. It was funny because you asked him if he had talked to Tom Tom Brady, and he said, We shoot a text every now and then. But then when he talked about Belle check He perked up and like you said, they have a great relationship, which feeds the New England media into saying they want to bring him back because he does. He has a fondness for him and Jimmy the same. Where is it sounds like he and he and Brady Really don't have much of a relationship at all. Yeah, I went day. They went to the Kentucky Derby together a few years ago. And the question was, you know, And who knows? You know, Seth Wicker shames piece of all that. I mean, I probably the way Belichick wanted a handle that Is not to trade your backup quarterback in the middle of a championship run. And I understand you know time just outlived. You know Jimmy's time there. He just didn't think time would be this effective well into his forties. So there was not the plane if it went according to plan or you know the way most quarterbacks age You're right. When Jimmy was ready to take over time starts to get a little wobbly. That didn't happen. Time of the T V. 12 and all that's been playing great football. He may be a little wobbly now, but that was later. The way better check probably wanted to handle it. Was too Let it play out. And then it would have been a financial risk. But what if he just would've franchise tag? Jimmy? And and traded him. Would anybody have given?.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

Patriots Dynasty Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

"Talented put pretty well. He Plato Kane's got hurt. Then that's that's bad. It'd big down stop in that first quarter to did YEP. Terry Glanville did not have a good game. I thought watching Brett farve through to Terry. Glenn is the reason I hate Brett Farve. And also Terry Glenn. 'cause Terry Glenn would give up on a route and Brett farve with a anyway. Even those triple covered. Never, completed it the fuck. Are Both of you doing? He did he had eight targets with three catches for nineteen yards. Off will drop to. He's like would have been way opened if he actually tried hard. And then he hit him in the hands. Just dropped it anyways. Not Great. But? Brett, farve second of the game was his three hundredth all time. They said there's only four three hundred three hundred touchdown quarterback to that point. There were. and. What was like frame Tarkenton? How many are there now? Probably like seventy, it'd be my guess. I'M GONNA say. That check forty. Yeah got a guest before you googled. Greg? same thirty two. Hundred. Were three in two, thousand, two I'm saying eighteen. I'm saying ten great. Any just had seventy. Well that was fuck of a joke. How House going off your guess. WHY WOULD THERE BE? To God! See Yeah come on, Greg, did you? Do you want me to give you the stat or you guessing. Now. I guess ten even get forty two. Guests eighteen yeah are twelve quarterbacks that have. Clean can we name them. Brett Farve Fran Tarkenton. Manning Tom Brady. Marino Dan Marino. He was in that montage during the game and they're hiding. Or four twenty sweet dude! Sweet Nice. Who else has been really good prolonged. There's there's four of them given to us in the game. I! Just pay attention friend Tarkenton. Tarkenton Damn. You Know Brett farve and we were talking about him earlier. Think Doug Peterson. Forty. John Elway, yes. Yeah! Someone else to the rest of them are all within. They're either.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Number is brought to you by geico whether you own or rent geico makes it easy to bundle home and auto insurance having a home is hard work so get a quote at geico dot com it's easy Matthew was in South Carolina he's on the Pony Express time at the current events yeah well I'm I'm definitely for adding extra game but the only reason I can think of that people might not want to change is the records there your so called the single season records are so close to being broken right one more game you know fifty touchdowns comes along some reason not the same now okay the way the game is played there there's no way to compare first of all in the seventies they played fourteen games went to sixteen so that genie is already out of the bottle that to pace is already out of the tube and you know there's no way for say Fran Tarkenton his career or Roger stop backs passing stats to hold up against today's quarterbacks because the game is played so differently and and so those guys lost all their records from the earlier era football so if drew Brees in Tom Brady of their records broken because get because quarterbacks in the next generation are playing an extra game thank you I I appreciate your call but that should not be I don't think baseball records are canonized in celebrated the same way as let's say a final big football records are looked at in viewed upon that way the same way baseball records are very few people look at just the numbers and say okay that makes the player the best passer of all time breeze has the most passing yards and passing touchdowns therefore is the best quarterback of all time no no one says that not even the most ardent saints fans would say that about him when we celebrate the greatest NFL players of all time they just did a possible the hundred year anniversary did they treat Emmitt Smith better than Jim Brown because Emmett Smith is the all time leading rusher of course not Jerry rice is regarded as the best wide receiver because he has all the the receiving records it's because those who watched him play will tell you doll he was the best to ever do it we don't make these arguments about the grass the big the best are the greatest of all time black.

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Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

05:00 min | 2 years ago

Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

"Last night the guys who are assembled to discuss the various topics that they were asked about regarding the Superbowl they they included forty Niners cornerback Richard Sherman who is going to have probably one of the biggest test of his career biggest test of the season trying to cover the chiefs receivers trying to anticipate what Pat Mahoney can do with a football and a part of the discussion included Sherman being told them homes won't shy away from your side of the field are you ready I would be quite was our main thing I got some of the most dynamic playmakers in as we got a ton of us speak of the tunnel on telling you can get the ball where everyone see when he wants it on the more out of pocket you know we got it we gotta find a way to to get that soul you know they have a great offense in and obviously a ton of playmakers that's what it does what here to forty minutes or so the challenge is very simple for the forty Niners defense they need to get pressure on Patrick homes to force him to get rid of the football before those guys get open because those guys eventually will crack that Seattle defense that cover three zone one of those guys will get open Tyree killed to Marcus Robinson Michael Hartmann Travis Kelsey Sami watched in somebody's getting open if you give Patrick homes enough time and if he can buy enough time that's the thing he can buy time we played yesterday on NBCSN that Fran Tarkenton play from Patrick homes week three of twenty eighteen season the nine second play that started the four yard line where he goes to laugh to completely reverse course runs across the field full speed throws it on the fly and gets touchdown made scored twenty one to seven big difference though Nick Bosa was at Ohio state at the time the Ford was playing for the chiefs at the time this time around patron homes has to try to deal with them and we talk all the time about inside information that someone may have the fords got a full season actually to of seeing Patrick homes in practice and I remember one Padma homes as a rookie Travis Kelsey was on the program and he was raving about the things that my homes was doing in practice I mean do you four has studied this guy if anybody has any ideas on what to do to stop Pat homes within the forty Niners organizations gonna be D. for now his input maybe I don't know what the hell we do I've seen this guy have you not seen him he's unstoppable that's gonna be the big challenge the forty Niners defense and Sims are talking yesterday about maybe the wisdom of dropping everybody deep and forcing the chiefs to go slowly and methodically and frustrate any effort to get that big fifty yard bomb the becomes a backbreaker force them to be patient patois homes going into the season I was aware that that was one of the changes he was gonna have to be ready for defenses making him be more patient and methodical with the ball taking away that big chunk play that big spectacular touchdown that fuels a game that turned the game around even though it only counts for seven points on the scoreboard it's kind of thing that psychologically can destroy an opponent just like that twenty seven yard touchdown run through the sideline and cut back in an inside the five and guys were flailing in a play like that can end the game as a practical matter there was discussion last night from some forty Niners defensive players about what to do if in one patch my homes it runs the football force Buckner Fred Warner drink green law they all address the situation Drake Greenlaw said that in discussing the twenty seven yard touchdown run exactly what that what I said last week the the the point that still has chiefs fans on reasonably air rationally and grossly incorrectly up in arms the twenty seven yard touchdown run Greenlaw said fear of a penalty for a late hit may have contributed to the flailing and the failure of the Titans to try to tackle patch my homes Greenlaw said he's gonna hit my homes if he's in the green without worrying about judgment calls and that you know and I said yes them done talking about building a and talk about a little bit more that was the point you can't fear the gray area with the Super Bowl on the line you have to embrace the gray area once you commit to making that tackle if the guy decides he's going to start to slide and maybe you hit him at the beginning of the slide because it's too late for you to do you commit you can't not approach the got to make the tackle for fear that he's going to end up taking you to the gray area see the quarterback has figured out how to exploit the gray area how to get guys to lower their guard how to get guys to pull up how to get guys to think the plays over and then off they go they keep going Greenlaw is gonna go and try to bring him down

Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

05:00 min | 2 years ago

Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

"Last night the guys who are assembled to discuss the various topics that they were asked about regarding the Superbowl they they included forty Niners cornerback Richard Sherman who is going to have probably one of the biggest test of his career biggest test of the season trying to cover the chiefs receivers trying to anticipate what Pat Mahoney can do with a football and a part of the discussion included Sherman being told them homes won't shy away from your side of the field are you ready I would be quite was our main thing I got some of the most dynamic playmakers in as we got a ton of us speak of the tunnel on telling you can get the ball where everyone see when he wants it on the more out of pocket you know we got it we gotta find a way to to get that soul you know they have a great offense in and obviously a ton of playmakers that's what it does what here to forty minutes or so the challenge is very simple for the forty Niners defense they need to get pressure on Patrick homes to force him to get rid of the football before those guys get open because those guys eventually will crack that Seattle defense that cover three zone one of those guys will get open Tyree killed to Marcus Robinson Michael Hartmann Travis Kelsey Sami watched in somebody's getting open if you give Patrick homes enough time and if he can buy enough time that's the thing he can buy time we played yesterday on NBCSN that Fran Tarkenton play from Patrick homes week three of twenty eighteen season the nine second play that started the four yard line where he goes to laugh to completely reverse course runs across the field full speed throws it on the fly and gets touchdown made scored twenty one to seven big difference though Nick Bosa was at Ohio state at the time the Ford was playing for the chiefs at the time this time around patron homes has to try to deal with them and we talk all the time about inside information that someone may have the fords got a full season actually to of seeing Patrick homes in practice and I remember one Padma homes as a rookie Travis Kelsey was on the program and he was raving about the things that my homes was doing in practice I mean do you four has studied this guy if anybody has any ideas on what to do to stop Pat homes within the forty Niners organizations gonna be D. for now his input maybe I don't know what the hell we do I've seen this guy have you not seen him he's unstoppable that's gonna be the big challenge the forty Niners defense and Sims are talking yesterday about maybe the wisdom of dropping everybody deep and forcing the chiefs to go slowly and methodically and frustrate any effort to get that big fifty yard bomb the becomes a backbreaker force them to be patient patois homes going into the season I was aware that that was one of the changes he was gonna have to be ready for defenses making him be more patient and methodical with the ball taking away that big chunk play that big spectacular touchdown that fuels a game that turned the game around even though it only counts for seven points on the scoreboard it's kind of thing that psychologically can destroy an opponent just like that twenty seven yard touchdown run through the sideline and cut back in an inside the five and guys were flailing in a play like that can end the game as a practical matter there was discussion last night from some forty Niners defensive players about what to do if in one patch my homes it runs the football force Buckner Fred Warner drink green law they all address the situation Drake Greenlaw said that in discussing the twenty seven yard touchdown run exactly what that what I said last week the the the point that still has chiefs fans on reasonably air rationally and grossly incorrectly up in arms the twenty seven yard touchdown run Greenlaw said fear of a penalty for a late hit may have contributed to the flailing and the failure of the Titans to try to tackle patch my homes Greenlaw said he's gonna hit my homes if he's in the green without worrying about judgment calls and that you know and I said yes them done talking about building a and talk about a little bit more that was the point you can't fear the gray area with the Super Bowl on the line you have to embrace the gray area once you commit to making that tackle if the guy decides he's going to start to slide and maybe you hit him at the beginning of the slide because it's too late for you to do you commit you can't not approach the got to make the tackle for fear that he's going to end up taking you to the gray area see the quarterback has figured out how to exploit the gray area how to get guys to lower their guard how to get guys to pull up how to get guys to think the plays over and then off they go they keep going Greenlaw is gonna go and try to bring him down

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Six one one zero eight eight our guys last night drew Brees set a record he passed Peyton manning to become the all time leader in career touchdown passes thrown by the NFL quarterback of course dah Tom Brady's only a couple of behind him so is guys might jockey back and forth but I heard something on the broadcast and I I the guy said like he he said you know he's drew Brees is one of the best quarterbacks of all time and so I kind of thought about this where is drew Brees rank for you along the best quarterbacks you seen during your lifetime now as I say your lifetime because I think her for me to throw in like Fran Tarkenton or some like that you know people can people can say that he's won the best but I never saw him play a a a a down for water such Terry Bradshaw play football so just all my links those can be your guide your top to top four Yahoo has changed so much and it has but you gotta understand you know you said in my lifetime and and nobody makes a bigger impression on you than when you're a little kid staring into that twenty inch TV screen which is what everybody used to have a black and white but anyway watching your heroes watching Terry Bradshaw win those super bowls watching Fran Tarkenton he was the first scrambler that I ever remember Bert Jones that canon of an arm that he would just throw those deep balls you know those guys make an impression and then you you know then you're older and you go yeah Tom Brady he's awesome and drew Brees yeah they're awesome but it's who makes an impression on you when you're a little kid to me yeah I get it yeah and so to me you Gee you name two of my guys Bert Jones and a little little remember Brian Sipe but I probably like okay him okay probably because of all those Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steeler match ups back in the seventies I would literally have no idea who that is Brian Sipe yeah anybody out there and there are ways though to Brian Sipe wise okay correct yes they have that's your list of Brandon who made it where is your restrengthened for me drew Brees is I'm just gonna go with my first instinct for major reasons number three behind Brady in manning okay in my lifetime I think you could make a pretty strong argument flip flop reason manning obviously manning was the guy he passed last night man he's got a couple more is that many of two super bowls or three he went to rise.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"NFL used to be a fun thing where you could get away from the worries of the world in actually think about something other than politics disease cancer work but liberals don't want that they want to smear your face in politics into you want to punch him and then hopefully you will and then they can say see there and so several years ago Colin Kaepernick when Kaepernick came in NFL have tails huge fan because I like the way he played the position of quarterback it was a Michael Vick styles Randall Cunningham style I mean you could argue is a Fran Tarkenton style is a Steve young style the scrambling quarterback's who could do things with their legs but something got in Capper next head and I don't know what what it was Ricky Williams kinda had a problem with that some some guys have this problem and I'm not blaming him so you're getting hit by some big guys you never know what's going through your head sure a rock star now you're rich and you don't really wanna get banged up the way you did when you were coming up so Kaepernick started failing then he was benched happening was no longer a superstar now he was offered a contract but it was for less money than he believed it was worth he was worth so he rejected it years would go by in he would he would engage in antics unrelated to football like taking in me in that got him all this attention and it almost appeared that he was getting advice on how to do this but surely not right will later he would set off this sh huge fire storm and we would find out that all the while Nike had been paying him they like to this they liked this drama this was something that they were willing to compensate him even if he couldn't play quarterback in at all he got rich he got rich between the football money and now he was getting paid but he didn't have to get hit he didn't have to read defenses he didn't risk his tibia and fibula shattering in half like Joe sighs Mahan he didn't have to worry about concussions breaking a finger blow it is back out not.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KTRH

"You could get away from the worries of the world in actually think about something other than politics disease cancer work but liberals don't want that they want to smear your face in politics into you wanna punch on and then hopefully you will and then they can say see there and so several years ago Colin Kaepernick when Kaepernick came in NFL have tails huge fan because I like the way he played the position of quarterback it was a Michael Vick styles Randall Cunningham style I mean you could argue is a Fran Tarkenton style is a Steve young style the scrambling quarterback's who could do things with their legs but something got him Capper next head and I don't know what what it was Ricky Williams kinda had a problem with that some some guys have this problem and I'm not blaming him so you're getting hit by some big guys you never know what's going through your head sure a rock star now you're rich and you don't really wanna get banged up the way you did when you were coming up so camping started failing then he was benched captain it was no longer a superstar now he was offered a contract but it was for less money than he believed it was worth he was worth so he rejected it years would go by in he would he would engage in antics unrelated to football like taking in me in that got him all this attention and it almost appeared that he was getting advice on how to do this but surely not right will later he would set off this sh Fuge firestorm and we would find out that all the while Nike had been paying him they like to this they liked this drama this was something that they were willing to compensate him even if he couldn't play quarterback in at all he got rich he got rich between the football money and now he was getting paid but he didn't have to get hit he didn't have to read defenses he didn't risk his tibia and fibula shattering in half like Joe size Mahan he didn't have to worry about concussions breaking a finger blow it is back out not being able to walk again you.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:32 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You listening to Gary Goldberg on moneymatters fees, and scammers are on the prowl for very easy targets, and unfortunately seniors fall into that category. So my next guest the man, you know, if you are sports fan is Fran tarkenton he's an NFL hall of fame quarterback. I was a very big fan of him, particularly when he was the quarterback for the New York Giants, and I kind of rooted against them sometimes when he was quarterbacking Minnesota, but we're not gonna get into that business show. Fran. Welcome to money matters. I love New York played there five years. And I I spent probably twenty thirty nights a year in New York City. It's my favorite place to go. And you're right. I played football for eighteen years five years in New York, but I had worked all my life. I love I love your show money matters. It does because back in my day. My we didn't make much money in football. So I've learned how to make money out of leeann. That money and make that money work for me. And my force our listeners this my salary in in the NFL was nineteen sixty one I may twelve thousand five hundred dollars well thousand bucks a month. Well, that's that's food money right now. Eighteen years. Three the first eleven Super Bowl said all the passing records, and I might total income for eighteen years was one million four. Wow. Cousins who just signed with the Vikings year ago signed a three year contract for thirty million dollars a year. Don't you wish you were born later, you know, and don't even have to answer that because I never would have gone out and walk like I've worked and I have gone out in joy. And I still enjoy working. I enjoy building companies. I enjoy the fruits of my labor. I've I money matters to me, and I invest my own money. And and I've we've been we've been blessed and fortunate, but it is important that we not only working earn money and invested make money, but we take care of our money. And we we we're careful with it. I had a chuckle, and I'll tell you why when I saw Fran tarkenton doing a book helping seniors protect themselves. I had a laugh because I envision you as a young quarterback scampering around in the backfield. Now, you're in your seventies. And you've written a book to help people avoid scam. And I want to get to that. Because I think it's important to highlight your your guide safe and secure because you give some specific actions for people to take to protect themselves seniors don't even know about fishing, and I'm not talking about with a pole and a worm. I'm talking about H I S H. I would you give us some insight as to what inspired you to write the book. I am a senior of charge seventy nine of Super Bowl Sunday February third. I still have my fastball. I still work in Bill businesses. But I've been so aware the last couple of years of the abuse financial abuse of seniors, and the reason for that, Gary as you well know seniors have more money than anybody else in our society. And if you have money, your vote -able athletes are getting historically athletes are taken advantage of and they were unsophisticated for the most money and seniors are taking advantage of because they have money they've worked they saved and they got a nest egg and all of a sudden. You know, you got the scam. Hitting them over the internet and and over the their smartphones and trying to get money out of them. But this book is about the ugly, habitable. It's family members, family members seniors financially and also caretakers abusive. That's that is become epidemic in America, so caregivers and family. Members of the ones who are mostly taking advantage of the elderly. And you talk is I I started researching this book two years ago because I knew nobody that were fifteen above didn't have not already gone through some of what I'm talking about since I been. Promoting the book. I've I've I've probably visited on television and radio with fifty different people like you and everybody has a story. And and so the the the bad news. The good news is and this is not a novel. I wrote a book that you can tune into mational book. It's it has got ways you can stop it. And the first thing that that a seniors gotta do signaling in the family members that this is going on. It's empty democrat that family members and caretakers and people try to isolate a senior in ice lays very aboard. Ward. If you're if you've got a child or a relative or caregiver who's just trying to isolate you wait for everybody else. That's a big sign a big sign. We have to recognize that that we're viable and this is going on every day because if we don't acknowledge it and look for it, we we we'd ever can't solve the problem. So I met the good news is not put it in the book, you can stop this. And that's that's what's important, you can stop this. And I give you in the book, thin straps for seniors. How to organize your money how to be safe with it where to get your help to be able to protect the nest egg that you. Worked so hard for and the book pages read it in our fifteen minutes, but it's also a good reference book because I- I step by step in the step by step said I've done for them. I do the same for myself friend. Gary Goldberg financial services has four generations of clients, and I'm gonna make this a very real subject because when you afford generations clients, you detect sometimes when some of the grandchildren or children of the older generation come up to you. And they have a meeting with you. And they want you to delegate who the beneficiaries of an IRA should be an annuity should be wherever there's a beneficiary. Sometimes you have a conversation that makes me uncomfortable when it comes to warning to change beneficiaries. That's a real warning sign, isn't it? Fran tarkenton. It's a real warning side. And neither the tragedy of this niece, grandchildren, and children and other. Relatives and caregivers think they have a white to the money, they think that's their money. And so they they go about it in and in very devious ways. And I. Mr. Out of weather in by. Gets to be an it's an ugly, ugly affair makes money the lawyers. It makes money for the lawyers after the person passes on I'll tell you that we've seen that. And one thing I say in the book, and that I that I practice myself. You cannot be isolated as a senior. Don't let a relative or caregiver or anybody isolates you, and I you know, I suggest in the book. And I haven't myself you get a relative that you can't trust. You get a financial advisor, that's a friend of yours that you trust you get away or not just. Off the streets for three hundred dollars. Find a lawyer that's been the case to you for for for most of you. But this whole team together. It's your wall in their checking balances for each other. This is to start just doing it all himself, and there they are the then they would isolate you that's that's a big red flag. It really is. And a very common technique is go after some of the benefit checks is social security checks. They get endorsed over to a third party. So yeah, I think frame what you're pointing out in the book safe and secure is that you have to have your intense up, ladies and gentlemen, while you have the cognitive powers. And if you're going to delegate, some power ver- Turney, make sure that that power of attorney is introduced your adviser to your banker to whomever, your doctor. And so as a team, and I use that word very very carefully with you. Fran this team that you've put together that you have to count upon. And I think that's the best way to summit. That's exactly that's exactly the formula to put a stop to this egregious thing. That's going on. And it's getting bigger the only people getting attacked or the ones who have no money. If you don't worry. Money you wrote able and it's always good to meet with your adviser regularly at our firm, we've done friend is we have a form that designates if there's any amount being taken out over and above a certain amount. It has to be approved by the u the adviser, and I think that should be very common within the industry of financial advice. It protects the personal early on. If you've got if you've got your wits about you as a senior or if you're a family member that's part of the team. It's got to be transparent. It's gotta be simple. And you got to know where your money is. I give you examples here. All my I twenty businesses over my lifetime. I own five different businesses today. I write every check I signed every check on anything going out this store into the I'm spending a holiday signing checks. I know what's going out. I checked the Bank balances every morning every morning. I know what's coming in. Where where we're where it is has the liquid cash. I know where my Lai Bility's are. So it it's just getting organized. It'd be simple and just not say, okay, I just mail it in. I just you know, this person does this. And that person does that. And I don't know what's going on. I think you sign every check because you're hoping the recipient doesn't cash it. And they just keep it as an autograph. They seem to cash. My check. Send me one and put it to the test. France tarkenton, I want people have picked up this roughly hundred page book safe and secure wonderful tips. And it's a great hand off from one of the great quarterbacks in the history of the NFL. Fran. It's been a pleasure. Having you on money matters. Mock as your Gary, thanks for January. Welcome. Thank you. I'm Gary Goldberg will be back in just a moment..

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Good that we cleared out that file so you feel like you're Antoine. Walker file is to you need a three hour show. Frat your antwon Walker found did you guys just have that guy say every name? Yes. Every name in sports ever. Yes. I random that. You want me to get? I feel like there's a Roddy white file in there. All right. Let's see what we have on rotting. Unfortunately, it may or may not be funny. I don't remember anything about our conversation with Roddy. White. Let's we have one clip, but this is a dangerous game. Because sometimes eclipse are terrible. Here's roddy. White on weather Dez Bryant will return for the offs. Polio is talking about the whole situation when he heard a broken foot. He's like he's got the same injury. I got know we had to shut them down for the entire year. I just don't see him making their back this year. If he does make it back, it'd probably be late in the playoff. I we can clear out the Rodney cleaning out the garage ready. Gyms? Aren't we got rid of Roddy white? We got rid of Fran tarkenton I feel like that's a good day of cleaning up the harm Turkington. Shinzo. Fran torkington. He's. To win. Talk to.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Folks. I wish I let us play. But I've got something. Even better I happen to have on the line someone you may have heard of if you've lived in America in the last fifty or so years his name is Fran tarkenton veteran of three successful careers. We're not talking about football. We could be talking about his. Being quarterback for the Vikings and the giants and all the records and stuff. But right now, we're talking about career number three or two or three having to do with the finance tarkenton really just an honor to be talking to you about such an important subject. Thank you. It is it's a it's the. It's one of the great challenges of the twenty-first century is that is our seniors having financial abuse in in in my it's my generation of people. Well, let me let me ask you the title the book is safe and secure people. Can remember that and they can remember Fran tarkenton, but we were just talking about you said the first thing to do is not to get isolated. In other words, why you have the ability. You said you need to get some kind of a lawyer some kind of an accountant some kind of a financial advisor and some kind of family member, but not just to have one person kind of wrong, everything Bill your old security wall. And you don't need to go out and find a lawyers will charge it two hundred dollars a year. A fulltime job for this is a this is a I want to help you in by heavy a group of four. Are there are checks and balances on each other? When you were have your housekeeper who's been there for twenty years, try to isolation or or a family member caregiver, and they want to isolate you, and and and and and they they. Thank you, make himself sake. That you owe them this money. That that you're not. We don't have much time to Lebanon, and they're going to try to get that money away from your in your biggest enemies are your family members and your caregivers now. How do you handle? We got to really make it so transfer your we gotta make your finances transparent. We gotta be simple. And we gotta have we got to say we have to have a goal. We're going to stop this financial abuse of service. What's interesting seniors? We're gonna stop it in the way, we're going to stop it is to kind of help. I'm just telling you. But in the book, I I lay out in great detail. What the problem is I lay out in great detail. How you can solve the problem, and how you can put a stop to this issue, which you need to recognize that you've got the problem. We all do and you've got I don't care whether you're a healthy now at age seventy or eighty or whatever. Sixty. But you've gotta be you've got to put this plan together. And I take it takes you to our to our they have to go through this book, and it will give you every step everything that you should do to be able to stop this happening in your life and protecting you from that. Well, it's interesting because what you're talking about. These are just good life principles. In other words, you don't it's kind of like saying in business, and this is my own personal instinct, right? I would just say like I like that guy. And I trust that guy whatever. But people around me say, look, Eric you might trust that guy. But that's the whole point of a contract. That's the whole point of doing it this way is that if something goes wrong, you have this other thing to ride herd on that. You don't need to to say that all your friend is is going to try to cheat. No. But you need to protect yourself in case something goes south. You have other people in the groups. I just want to make this clear people listening. It doesn't mean that your son or your daughter is going to cheat you, but the point is it is unwise not to plan just the way you would getting a contract on a house or anything you go through the proper channels. And that's really what you are suggesting is that this is a way to do it. This is not a a an insult to your kids. This is simply the proper way. And if your kids don't understand that then they are they need to understand it, and they can look at this book as well. Yeah. We're gonna take you through. We're gonna take you through, you know. That you're a target. You gotta recognize potential abusers. You you've got to admit to yourself that your laudable. Once you there, then we can start helping you gotta simplify your finances. You gotta make your finances transparent. We take you through how to do that you got to organize your key financial, medical legal documents. We'll take you through how to do that. And and all is in this book step by step and protect your identity. I mean. Deputy crisis is also a part of this whole thing. And then we'll show you how to build this this this support group. That that is is transparent between each other. And so we have a check and balances there. Do not let any one of your children, do not let any more of your financial people or lawyer, don't let one person isolate you because they will compromise. And and I can give you we give them the new books examples about examples of people taking the money from the senior resolvable bar five thousand or ten thousand I'll put it back in. They never put it back in isn't that they have no checks and balances on them. They have a free run on your money. Not let that happen. And that's why the book a novel. This is a book to ensure that you're going to be able to live your senior years. Financially good way, and your your your your your nest egg that you worked so hard to put together is going to be protected. Well, this is just this is huge stuff. We're going to go to another break, folks. I'm talking to Fran tarkenton you may know him as the hall.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

11:33 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is KTAR news ninety two three FM. Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. We are getting to be an older society that is working longer working harder. And there's a lot of things that we could be looking at the do better than one of them is looking out for the elderly because they are a target of a lot of things particularly financial abuse. Joining us now hall of fame quarterback TV star successful businessman. Fran tarkenton joins us to talk about this. And you know, what's interesting. My grandmother was a target for elderly abuse financially, some of which was her own because she didn't really understand what was going on in her mind. But it is it is a dangerous thing. And so much of it goes under reported or not reported at all. And and we need to figure out how we can stop these things from happening while jed, thank you. And you're exactly right. I am a senior. I'm seventy nine years old. As of last Sunday. I've got my fastball out there in about two years ago. I started hearing more and more about financial abuse of seniors I owed about you know, the the your your. Credit credit scores. They're they're compromise. Your Bank accounts, there compromise with Wells Fargo, and you got the robo people to call the seniors and so forth, and and and try to scare me to death. And and the reason they do this because people that are in the business of trying to do bad things are doable with people who have money seniors have more money than anybody else. But those people are certainly a problem, but the worst problem or relatives caregivers. Yes. Senior. And and and and they think they're entitled to the money and the book is about that. It shows your ten ways to be able to recognize it and stop it. And with that I've failed. I've got I've had calls. I bet. Tim calls this morning from people top top-ranked lawyers who run cases in New York City in Washington DC. You're really ordered. This is a problem this epidemic. And we've got some technology. We got some this is the density theft. If you will that's just as big as a devotee set for seniors targeted there and the four saying that family members, you better, you know, it's happening to you today. Yeah. Able to recognize it and you and so that's why the books there. We're gonna follow the book, we give this another novel. It's it takes you down fifty minutes to read, but he gives you a framework of what you can do no to stop this abuse. And then we're gonna follow that on with with with with partners that we've come out of the woodwork. That has a pretty interesting solutions that that can get help us further this show. Talking to Fran tarkenton the books called safe and secure ten essential steps for seniors to protect against financial abuse. And you talk about relatives. And a, and that's a touchy thing because as you all know. And I'm sure everybody listening at some point in time somebody passes away. There's a lot of stuff people start fighting over things. But even before that people start jockeying for position, and you should always have somebody who's an advocate if you're the hospital. You should always have a patient advocate somebody who advocates on your behalf of things, but it's tough to know who's really doing it for the right reasons because a lot of times they're looking at the nest egg and not the person involved. Well, that's why most of the people will do isolate the senior and getting control of this stuff. You gotta as a family member. You've got to fight that you cannot let isolation happen. And you gotta you gotta put a little virtual wall around that senior. It's a it's a financial person who's a friend of the family, a lawyer of a family, a, relative, that's balanced. These people could be checks and balances to each other. So that you don't have one person isolating the senior. And we talk about that in the book how to do that. And it's doable. But the first thing it what this book is doing this recognizing that it's not happening. So the person across the street across the world is happening to everyone of you. Listen to me today, everyone to my life, and and so. Now, we gotta get awareness. We come up with things you can do to stop that or slow down right now. And now, we're working with a lot of institutions to be able to get a better wall for our seniors and for family members who really want to the the situation, and so it it's it's it's really cause identity theft has been on the minds of people. We got we got a lot of people doing some really good things to identify and solve it. Well, we'll that track del for seniors. And absolutely before it. Well, here I am. I I've never really focused on the financial abuse of seniors. I and yet I have experienced it over the last twenty to thirty years of my life. And a lot of times they seniors. Don't know. It's not just the like you said, it's not just the person calling up saying, hey, your grandchild's in jail, we need money. Trying to take advantage of it is people that are closed because they know what you have potentially. And those are the ones just like in an abusive relationship where they slowly. But surely gets you isolated away from everybody else. Make you the focus of their world as their protector all the while they're siphoning everything they can from from from that individual. Which is so scary, or they they see the person who has money, and and and so they they say, well, my sister brother, they're getting more this money, and I'm a sister. And I want to get access to this money and the stories they tell. And you believe him, you know, how how I know that it's happened to me the last year. It happened to me in the last year. And it happens with children who are married and have kids, and they wanna grab what you've got away from the other children, and they will lie is sneak and and try to try to get that money away from you. You know, what is we're talking to France Harkin. Do we're talking about the the new book out that safe insecure ten essential steps for seniors to protect against financial abuse. And it's not always even sometimes the financial abuse is even seniors against themselves who are making decisions because they're maybe not with it. And understanding they're not completely lost. If you will. But they also need to be breezy protected for themselves simplify stuff, so they don't get themselves in trouble. Even if there isn't anybody out doing anything nefarious to them that wall needs to be put into effect before they get diminished before they get it should start at a younger age, and then and and and and and be able to address it. But once if they're in that situation of dementia, Alzheimer's and so forth. That's another challenge. But somebody in that family has got to go in and say we've got to do the right thing for all the family members. And for the senior Ed for a mother and father and for grandmother grandfather. And and and. Find some of the good people to go. And do we show you what you can do it? If you follow these these steps it executed. They're not hard. It will stop this abuse. Absolutely. Talking to France Hopkinton hall of Famer I'd be remiss if I didn't ask you what you think of the Super Bowl this past weekend for a lot of people that was a dud, but you know, as a person who played the game for so long hall of Famer yourself you look at that. And you think yourself man was that just a great defense rather than offense? It was a boring game. I said the box of Roger Goodell, and I sat next to Billy Payne who's the guy who brought the Olympics to Atlanta Georgia, which is unbelievable that he was president with Augusta National football player Georgia and after after the first quarter after the second. This is the most boring game I've ever seen. It was a boring game. And they didn't have as good of of televisions coverages. They thought they'd have a hundred and twenty billion me and watch. But the NFL's is going to go broke because the game. It was the lowest scoring game in the history of the Super Bowl fifty three Super Bowls. And this is the time when we've done everything we can to make it hard for the defense and during the course of the season which scored more points than I think in any year we've ever had we had a game that was a fifty three fifty game. Does a college game at fellow touchdown touchdown in the game. Yeah. Crazy. Wants it. So I don't know. It's just the last five weeks of the season. Even with all the rules. You cannot hit the quarterback. You you head to head. You know that you can't handle the receiver after five and all this stuff. They've they've they brought in to get more scoring and more actually, which is what we want it real reverted. And it's shocking to me that it was the lowest scoring game in fifty three games. That's crazy. That's crazy. You see the rules today nowadays. And obviously they're putting it in for free effort. You know, the fact is they've got a lot of issues here with a lot of their got famous hall of fame players like junior say on many others who are who are committing suicide because of this would you look at the game today, and you look back at when you played do you, obviously you're seventy nine you're going strong. But I'm sure you've got players you've played with where you think to yourself what what has happened. No, they've they they the players that played in my generation after generation, they're they're they're they're also financial victims because most people finish their even this generation. And they lose the money. I five years they're out of other out of football of income coming in and so forth. Now, I look for more safety measures. Right. And and and I think the targeting thing is is spot on we need to do that. But the things they've done to make the game more wide open as you cannot hit a receiver after five yards. And that's a big. Change for the game. It's good that we don't let people go and and it hit the quarterback hard or late or at the time. He saw that's all good. And I I look at that. But I think that that we've got to be a little more diligent in also the the use of performance enhancing drugs to make these these players bigger than life. I mean, it's amazing the size of these players in the speed that by itself causes more collisions and yet we're not addressing that situation at all. And so there's a lot of improvement. We could do it's a great game people won't scoring. I think we should still bake that I just that. And and and and not give they give the. The office a little more leeway than the defense because people won't storing. But boy we were voted back to. Three yards and a cloud of dust on this Super Bowl Sunday. Yes, we did. And talking to France tarkenton last question. Appreciate you coming on people..

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on WTVN

"Anybody cares about. Nah, not really including the podcast that I'm on. Squash masters were we are just you know. Right, right. Smack dab in the middle of season two. Yeah. You know, just having all kinds of fine and making absolutely no sense. That's why we're doing it squash masters dot com. Please come in US. I got to to voices this week. Of course, do Elvis which is kind of like he's on every show now, which is great and new episodes every usually every week or every two weeks. Okay. Whenever we can kind of get him, you know, together. And I'm also playing a a. A wrapping. Western Pennsylvania yinzer. Give us give us a taste of that. Oh my God. I really I I wish there was listening here. Just just the west yinzer, then just all you know, because we're going down there. And they all we all to go. We're replace. We're I'm close to hang down there. On y'all know that. Nice. Excellent. Excellent answers are all of us set. They're all rooting for the Rams, by the way. Of course. They don't want the Steelers. Well, they're very much still in. Yeah. Steelers. If the Rams beat the Rams with over were they taught you they tied the Steelers. I yeah. The Steelers Super Bowl wins or Steelers the Steelers Steelers Steelers stellar stellar stellar eagles. Either. All. Your obscure holiday on the calendar today. It is feed the birds day. Okay. But it's very Poppins. Feels a little late. Top movies at the box office. Number five Spiderman into the spider verse that's been in there. Forever. Now. It's a good movie. Number four is aqua, man. Miss Bala, number three. Okay. I do. Number two is Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart in the upside supposed to be good. And since it's doing well and number one glass. Call me mister glad call me, Mr. glass. All right. Let's do famous birthdays. All right. We only have three famous birthdays here. So we'll see how it goes prices right and rules closest without going over gets the point Jack. We'll have you go first tonight and we'll start off with. I know this guy is a pro football player. You're gonna correct me if I'm wrong, I think with Minnesota I know him best as one of the co host of the TV show. That's incredible. Fran tarkenton. Let's see with Minnesota Viking. Okay. Fran. Tarkenton gotta be seventy four fill seventy nine on the button. Fran tarkenton is seventy nine. Phil. Actor Nathan lane. Sixty three Jack, you don't get shot at Phil spot on three. Is he going to go three for three in being right on? We'll see Jack. To save face. I can't name a thing. She's been in. But I know who she is Morgan Fairchild. That's john. Let's Tommy Fleetwood for Megan's wife. If that's in my wife Fairchild ticket. Ticket sixty four Phil. Seventy five. Jack, you're on the board. Sixty nine today. Let's play popcorn wars. Popcorn wars. And here's how it works. Jack is going to be our host tonight is me versus Phil Jackson. Give us the name of a performer. And then Phil Knight will trade off back and forth. Naming the film credits of that person until one of us can't do it anymore now as the game progresses. We each have the opportunity to ask for hint that will have jacking look at the films that have.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You can set up a free, no cost no obligation meeting with me, and we'll spend an hour or an hour and a half together. I'll ask you to bring in your tax return, which I will give back to you. But at least will explore what will benefit you one eight hundred three seven seven five seven five seven. Of course, this is Super Bowl week. And I'm very much looking forward to interviewing my next guest. You know him, of course, if you're a football fan. Tony dungy? Great. Well, he's great in many areas. He was a fabulous player. He was an amazing coach. Coach and he's now a phenomenal NBC broadcaster. So I think you'll enjoy my interview with Tony dungee, and we're also in a few weeks going to have the opportunity to speak to another football legend. Fran tarkenton is going to be on the program. Also this program is not just self promotional, it brings you fabulous guests we've been doing so for so long, and it mixes up the type of a show that it is. It's not just the stock market the stock market the stock market. It has a business orientational to it. But I bring a round the subject matter to helping you in the business side. But it is a very eclectic show when it comes to our guests, and I hope that you spread the word amongst your friends family that money matters is an interesting show to listen to when we come back. Tony dungee will be on with Gary Goldberg, I am very much looking forward to it. Moneymatters with dairy Goldberg. Have you ever thirsted for dreamt of becoming an entrepreneur? But you didn't quite know how to pursue that dream like relate to you..

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Yes, it starts right now. Good morning, everybody. Well, actually started an hour ago. Hi, welcome. But for somebody it starts right now, we get into whistleblower Wednesday, by the way, whatever you call you want to blow the whistle. The waste the fraud. The abuse stuff you've seen the stuff you want to get off your chest. That's why we have this special day. Okay. Four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred that's the number. Okay. So we've all just about had it up to here with this shutdown sick of it. They just the the racial divide the hatred. We're we're we're just up to here. So. Any any of you who love professional sports, any of you who love pro football, Ed, especially you old-timers. We've got we got a great guests coming up this half hour. Fran tarkenton. Fran truly, you know, one of the great NFL quarterbacks of all time, and he's been very successful post football. And he was of course with the Vikings. And he was a quarterback it just the guy. Neat guy's got a great book out on finances. All right. So we gotta talk to him a little bit later. We're gonna talk to Katie green, though, right now, she's got some headlines traffic here, we go. Well, consumer activist. Erin Brockovich who famously took on PGN back in the ninety s as urged California lawmakers to not let the utility go bankrupt. Because it could mean less money for wildfire victims, you're listening to live and local headlines. Talk radio five sixty K SFO Brockovich spoke yesterday in Sacramento alongside people who have sued the utility after losing their homes in two thousand seventeen and twenty PG. And he has said that it plans to file for chapter eleven bankruptcy because it can't afford to pay at least thirty billion dollars in expected damages and the Berkeley city council did pass that disposable disposable disposable food and litter.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Uptempo offense. Never forget this ten and six ten and six worked briefly the Houston Oilers in the nineties ran the running shoot. Jack party the head coach got him to the playoffs. Tim Tibo got to the playoffs the mar- Jackson, Mitch Trubisky. When you introduce new schemes and contrarian way to do business. It works in the NFL. It always has during the regular season. And then the off-season comes and coordinators look at it. And they study it and then the next season it doesn't work quite as well in two years later, it's done and out of the league in the end. You gotta throw the ball at an elite level. Everybody is looking for the new thing. I get it. It's cool to say a half hour this new band. Hey, I found this new band. They are the hot new band. But Bon Jovi still makes. Million a year Elvis Presley does too and he's dead the old thing generally still works. You too is still selling out the Rose Bowl. Bon Jovi is still selling out big arenas. I know you love the new garage band. But we're always looking for the new thing in. Here's the four qualities that have always wanted the NFL quarterback size. It's better to be big and small now there are Fran tarkenton. Russell wilson. I'm not saying that outliers size matters. Ideally, six three and a half is where you'd like to go are matters. There have been guys like Philip rivers. Drew Brees, maybe not a great arm aware. But ideally, you'd like to the ball like, Dan Marino. Troy Aikman, Terry Bradshaw. Peyton mann? You'd like to throw a strong football humility manners. You don't think Peyton Manning's humble? You. Don't think Tom Brady's humble. You. Don't think John. Oh, yeah. No. No. No. No, no. They they know. Know how lucky they are. And they know they need help. John Elway didn't win anything without running back, Terrell Davis. Gotta have a little humility on not in the cocky guy, and the fourth thing is you gotta have a work ethic. Johnny Mandel never had a work ethic. Jamarcus Russell didn't have a work ethic. Size arm. Little humility and work ethic will always work and you win games without him. But when the chargers, no, according to this article seventy percent of the players that are coming. And that's because Baltimore is running largely college offense and largely running offense. It can win games. It can win a division transfer said yesterday it historically, then wins that rules. And then last very long you want your college. Emmy, listen running backs get hit so much. They wear down quickly. And they weigh two hundred and forty five pounds quarterback run around guy can work, especially if not paying much you can load up the defense. But you know, there's a reason the bunch of statues are in the playoffs weekend gossip statue full. The statue rivers statue, Brady's statue, allies, got Superbowls. He's a statue. Ben run any more either. Most of the old stuff still working in this league, by the way. Bella check, sixty seven Andy Reid sixty Sean Payton's, fifty six slowdown all new stuff. Some of the old stuff..

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I would've thought so too. But outside of those four did it really keeps. That was fast trivia day. So we'll go down the list here. Number two Peyton Manning. Yeah. I was gonna get the. Aaron Rodgers t a guy who used to play for the same team as Aaron Rodgers four. That's right. The number. What do you mean? How many wins? Yeah. Because pain management gotta losing procedural barely. Ten wins a quarterback that lost three of them. But wind up winning two. Go. Oh, my favorite quarterback went to Super Bowl in the second season merinos. Playoff saying like seriously, drew Brees Jupiter Big Ben band going back. Fran tarkenton leave or not Terry Bradshaw. Band trivia holiday. Yeah. This is always had the by bad trivia, picking a new. Pretty. Do you have a number which mean number of wins? I do have playoff never mind never mind. Just nine something like that. Because they haven't you know, cedar. Cedar brock. Picks. Let's go to the Vegas. We meet a guy from the L CFL. Yeah. Jeff whatever Jack, Jack, Jack. Oh, yeah. Jack. The nominee jets. Dad was Jack Kip. He's ends right up. He's right. The problem little so that correct Sodano first of all. We know Keyshawn was the champion in our. Weekly. No because we thing and I was coming back. I was I was carrying to you was the leaker without LeBron. You would just going down down now. Anyway. So this going to do a little bit different into playoffs. There are eleven playoff games. People one-two-three Karrada one eleven you get the used a number once each time, you use whatever when you want you start off with a bang or you can wait till the end whatever you wanna do. So with that in mind Keyshawn, you are the Chambal go to the first game tomorrow. It's actually the second game on why they have this on I but it's the Seahawks Seahawks at ten six. Cowboys Cowboys are favored by one and a half, which would tell you. That means they thinks Seahawks better. But the cobbler's are at home care to one the math Keyshawn where are you going with this game?.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:03 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And I just wonder how many people are out there listening at this hour of the morning. I mean, a lot of people are still maybe celebrating. For the return of Frank Lu break after your vacation. I'm sure quite a few or happy to hear you back on the air. It seems like it was an eternity. But yeah, it was a great time off did nothing special a lot of people. Sometimes, you know, you're going, and you need a vacation after you come back. But in this particular case, I spent most of my vacation right at home. So I'm just a home body. I guess nice. How about this? You know, one thing I did do during my title. Of course last Sunday watch the football game and Lamar Jackson. This kid is just too much. I just hope he stays healthy doesn't become injured in some fashion. The way he runs is not that big guy, you know to begin with. I mean, you know as far as wages discern. But. There is the possibility now that going into the playoffs. Not just the possibility. It's a reality that he'll become the youngest quarterback ever to start a playoff game in national footballing history. Okay. He's twenty two I think going on twenty three you'll be twenty three soon. What he's right now. I think twenty two years of age I'll double check that. But I think I'm correct twenty two years of age. And and you don't he's six in one six wins and one loss, right? He took over and we're going to be playing the chargers this Sunday right Sunday, one o'clock, one o'clock, and we already beaten them once nice to Lamar Jackson. But who would have thought that Joe flacco with his twenty twenty one twenty two million dollars salary this year? I know there was an injury, and what have you? But who would have thought that if a beginning of the season that this young? Quarterback. Lamar Jackson as good as he was in college would have been leading the ravens to a turnabout. To now get them into the playoffs. I would never have bet on that at all. It's just amazing twenty two almost twenty three years of age. And you see how the team seems to respond to them differently than they did. Joe you. They responded us. They're playing differently. I don't know if you sat there like I said, this looks like a whole different team it does. And the thing is even when Joe flacco was playing there were times when he was settled the bench and looked like a zombie. Like, he wasn't really into it. Joe flacco. Yeah. He's a cool guy. Yeah. He he always looks like he's standing in line at the DMV. He's got that look on his face. That's that's flacco. But with Lamar Jackson. I it's like he's electrifying and the fans are into it right now. A lot of the fans who abandon the ravens because of what happened in London. Sort of knee and all that kind of stuff like that. And the fact that they were not not in the playoffs for what three or four consecutive years. I think a lot of people were losing interest in American America loves a winner man, they level winner. And they love somebody who is exciting to watch. But like you said, you worry about them having a short career, the only guy that I can remember, and I'm not a real big football guy at all. But the only scrambling quarterback that I can remember to finish his career. Scrambling was frantic Fran tarkenton. Well, a lot of people are comparing the Fran tarkenton because you never know never knew what? Fran Torkington he had to. I don't know. I don't know if I would compare them to tarkenton though, Frank Jackson really using scrambling around that much. He's running the ball obviously wanting alive. I don't think tarkenton scrambler, right, right? Ask you what you mean? Yeah. Go with that. Yeah. Well, you never know what he's gonna do. I like the way that he holds the ball as nobody's going to hand it off to someone. You know, he he just fakes every he's faked me out so many times, I can't believe it on camera. Right. It looks like it looks like Gus Edwards is going to have the ball. But then he keeps it in. And he's deceived. I think a lot of defensive players to. What else going? Well. This'll be interesting to the chargers have seen it. And now here's a team playing him for a second time. But it'd be interesting to see, you know, within come up with the put a spy on him, whatever it is. Speed is speed. Sometimes it just you can you can scheme. It all you want, and he can just run away from you know, you're a big sports guy. Rob. What prediction right now? I hate to say it. But I I gotta go chargers. I gotta go chargers you'd be wrong. I don't know. I think we know enough about Philip rivers right now are defense. Remember, our defense is the one that shut down rivers. Now the the way the defense played last week. The the charges probably would beat them. But if they come back and play the way they did against the chargers, I think they will beat them. Well, one thing to consider is just organization the ravens tend to win. They've been out of the playoffs now for a while. But the ravens organizationally historically tend to win games. Like this. The chargers tend to lose games like this. So I'm taking. I'm taking the Los Angeles chargers. But you know, it wouldn't surprise me at all of the ravens win. Okay. Just to be honoring. I'm gonna take the ravens. I don't think it's going to be any more than about a six point win. But I'm still gonna take the ravens. I just I'm looking at the headlines here today, and we're going to get into a lot of different things, especially local things. Can you believe it that Baltimore had more homicides? The New York in two thousand eighteen more homicides in New York and New York has eight point six million people Mortimer city has like what six hundred twenty five six hundred and thirty thousand people and that population, by the way, he continues to decline and here on the third day of two thousand eighteen you already had it in the news this morning, rob about Baltimore already. Seeing.

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Terrell Owens skips HOF ceremony, eyes CFL

The Dan Patrick Show M

04:43 min | 4 years ago

Terrell Owens skips HOF ceremony, eyes CFL

"No and king or your wife did yeah we were sitting around trying to think of a name. For like about three weeks after I signed with NBC and every name somebody. Hated we've thought of two hundred names and one day and. King says hey isn't the Sunday night In called football night in America why don't you call your, column, football morning in America And I said. To myself Sam flood is going to like that name We're going to get some agreement on that one right. There I think king deserves a little cut of the KYW due, to I think she gets a little cut All right the topic. Right now in the NFL was what Oh look out We got a spill and I'll six-year. Bill the, topic I, mean I guess unfortunately is Terrel Owens or. Levy on Bill let me start. With, Sarah head Do we know what his gripe is I assume I mean look I I'm assuming that it's the I got into my third year and the way I look at that basically is. That two thirds of the three hundred and some odd people who were? In. The pro football hall of fame got in after? Their first year of eligibility does? That, make Harry Carson and Ron Yeary and Lynn Swann and, Fran tarkenton does that make them less hall of, fame deserving does that make their bus. Different no it's just the silliest controversy in hall of. Fame history, but it's, a controversy so we must address it but. Also this is what he wants I mean Yeah if he went there and, just said thank, you ungrateful and it's great to. Join these these fellow hall. Of famers You know there's there's no I was out in, Tahoe last week that golf tournament. Aaron Rodgers out there but was out, having a drink with a bunch of older guys like people of? Peter king's, generation and one of them said to me does he have any idea. How for the, rest of his life I mean, he's going to be able to make money off the hall of fame now if he this is, the hall of fame is he going. To be able to make money off the hall of fame and this was a this. Was a, very well respected person and so you know the? Hall? Of fame sort. Of shuffles, business hall of famers ways I mean are they, going to do that with Tarallo wins now I don't know it's I that's, not the. Biggest reason or the biggest anything but it just strikes? Me, that he's cutting off his nose despite, his face but, whatever should he have been a. First ballot hall of Famer I mean I've supported him all along I didn't think it was some, grave injustice because I do think there were some things against him Nobody. Wants to hear this but he was a third of a teammate that's all there is to it And he dropped the ball a lot particularly later in his career. I in my. Opinion though without any question he deserves to be in the pro football hall of fame I, supported him I'm glad he's in and I could? Care less whether he's in canton or not in Kim, do we view Randy moss differently than we do. And I think we do because Randy moss. To me I look at Randy moss is a singular, player I don't look at Tarallo Enzi singular player I think Randy. Moss was such an incredible, deep thread so incredibly great stretching the field and dominating games with his speed And his hands deep downfield. He had great hands I I mean I. Look at Randy moss is being fifteen percent better player, whatever the number save and tear allowance also he's grown up yeah Yeah he has Randy moss who's really has yeah yeah he's shirt. And now Tara loans wants to still make a comeback in the CFL I read I just read that this morning on my way up here in teaches own if he wants to do it I will say, this few years, ago when, I. Was running the QB we had CFL week and I went up to two games in the NFL and I met like three. Or four, coaches had long conversation John health, Nagel remember him yeah he was a either a coach or, GM of the stampede IRS state Penn State. Guy anyway as the. Former giants quarterback coach. But anyway they all all these coaches say all these guys come up from. The US and they say..

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