20 Burst results for "Fran Tarkenton"

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Tell me about this fram. You guys were nine and go in seventy three. You had a Monday night football game on the road at Atlanta and norm. Van Brooklyn coaching. The Falcons found a way to beat you guys. he he, he, he did and and and and and that was it we we hit a bad time because also the week before that Cincinnati, which was like the worst team in the AFC. They beat us even more handling. The Falcons beat us. And I think it comes back to the time bit for both games. They're back to back clinched division so early that you know we didn't. We didn't have that that that that same drive, but shows you how narrow the margin is between the bottom, the top famous football. You know last last one fram. It's with with current age new age quarterbacks if people were thinking back to the HBO at Fran Tarkenton Days, they see Russel Wilson play the way Russell runs around he. He's not the tallest in the world, either were you. Both guys had unbelievably good arms. You're in the hall of fame. Maybe he'll be there one day, but with with like the Dallas cowboys back in the seventies giving you started in the early sixties. With Roger Roger the dodger. How many were there a million comparisons with Roger Stop back to to the way you played? Yes and he was A. he was a modern day mobile quarterback. Here's what they call a two quarterback when I came in. I was a free. There was pocket quarterbacks in. If you're any anything different than FAUCI quarterback. You you. You were the wrong shadow. Of the town and I got mimics I got. It took them. Now sixty years. To understand. That the reason, your mobile is not just to run the football I did that. But if you're mobile, you can buy time to give your receivers more time. Throw the ball down the field. That's what Patrick Mahomes does that's what Russell Wilson got? They can run, but what they forget. Is that they they sell the ball when I was Dan Marino Book I've look John United says record. My records have touchdown passes yard game hole. completions stood for seventeen years. The one closest to me was seven years Peyton Manning's record stood for three years, but one Marino broke. My record of those touchdown passes or young. I'm not sure which one. And the writers would would call me Kosh I knew you were scrambler about Saudi. Run or pass. I had no idea that you broke all the passing records. It was a total misunderstanding and so now. You going forward if you're not a two way, quarterback able to throw and able to be mobile, you're not going to be competitive in the national football. Well, one of those quarterbacks and speaking of the cowboys is Dak Prescott. DAX taken in the fourth round in. He's not a runner. Per Se like you or Roger The dodger, Russell Wilson Mike Vick whomever, but but he does have some to way to him up with Dak. Are you a fan of Dak Prescott? I think he's really good player, and I think you'll get get better and he does have the facility to run and the throw. scramblers Roger Starbuck was, but then you go down south south of Dallas I. Think South Aid to Houston. And you and got that kid who came out of Clemson? He is.

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Richard Sherman On Shutting Down Mahomes

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

05:00 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 The Mortified Podcast

The Mortified Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

"So in the mid seventies I was madly in with the Minnesota Vikings of the friend right the Fran Tarkenton era I was very invested in their personal success you could say Mary Jo Pel is one hundred percent minnesotan and a voice that some might even recognize from the original Mystery Science Theater Three Thousand Coltie classic that got it start in many helpless which is just one of the many points of hometown pride for True Minnesotans Lake Mary Jo January Ninth Nineteen Seventy seven super bowl eleven for the fourth time the Minnesota Vikings have lost the big one I cried slightly I am not as upset as I thought I would be I may be having a delayed reaction and Mary Joe is not alone in her love where she's from as just about any local and they'll go on and on about one Minnesota is so underrated lake superior the Cohen Brothers in hockey Bob Dylan the largest ball of twine that's amandas weary producer of mortified live in the twin cities honey crisp apples which are the most delicious apples semi sonic soul asylum the Jayhawks at a bunch of bands that got their start here Jessica Biel which means we sort of get Justin timberlake but such cherish hallmarks of civic pride have nothing on what Amanda thinks is the area secret claim to fame T- next I mean what else would you do if you're stuck indoors for ten months of winter but right in your diary I feel like nobody cares anymore about me or anyone it's been this since the vikings lost to Dallas the twin cities are a big metro area but it really acts like a small town people grow up here and they never leave or they leave and they always come back so our shows are filled with family members will have grandma's and GRANDPA's and in the front row and our first boyfriends are I kissed and creates this incredibly fun sense of camaraderie that I just have never really fell anywhere else and that kind of hometown pride can show up in lots of different ways especially in kids like ellen so you guys have places like Compton Oakland Brooklyn they're all heavily represented in the rap game but I felt like Minnesota was really not well represented so when I was eighteen I wrote this rap about minister Oughta it's called Minnesota quota when it's getting kind of humid and mosquitoes getting busy if I hear you Betcha start to get busy we elected Jesse the body know as Jesse the mind my Uncle Board of forum just because he wasn't kind have you heard about are fair no doubt it's bitching all that stuff on a stick could be from Hell's kitchen if you say look twelve my anger becomes b-actor the next time you see me you'll be under my tractor isn't hot is it hon her no it's just John for go to trail of tears if you WANNA get scurr we're not fucking flyover and we got mad crops ask about my snow skills and you'll think I'm tops if you call me a hit go at suck my Dick Richard Minnesota quota but I haven't reached from the burbs bitches and I bust out the rhymes.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:39 min | 2 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 The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:10 min | 2 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 KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

14:36 min | 2 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"So the name of this show, again is plain talk. No worries financial our why do we call it that you might notice that I have a little bit of a Texas accent? Actually, I think the rest of the world has an accent. Not texans. Texans are actually probably the only people that that that speak normally. So I am a Texan by the grace of God. And being a Texan. I am very plain spoken about things. And I believe that that's the way that you should be too many times, I find that people are very confused about our financial world that we're in. I'm very confused about the investment world. What I also find is that a lot of. Adviser, stockbrokers, whatever you wanna call financial people that sometimes they talk over people's heads. They use a lot of technical jargon. They talk about smart, beta and duration and the sharp ratio. And and they throw out on awful lot of very very complicated. Financial terms at the average person average life person doesn't understand. And there's a saying I believe it was Thomas Jefferson, if I'm remember, right and Thomas Jefferson wants said that Americans will always make the right decisions. If they know the facts, unfortunately, too, many people don't know the facts. Too. Many people are are manipulated with promises of high returns. They they watch the financial shows or the financial newspapers, and magazines, and they get persuaded or just out and out manipulated to be excited because of a big bull market that we're currently in. But they disregard or they they forget about the bear market that we experienced the meltdown. It's not even a bear market two thousand eight was a meltdown of the stock market. And and people kind of forget about it and their advisors nurse. Stockbrokers want them to forget about it. And we just believe that there's a better way, we believe that if you have a plan in place. That part of the plan has an exit strategy when we have that next crash when we have an that next correction, hopefully, we don't have any more meltdowns like that. But if it happens, we believe it's smart to have an exit strategy. We believe it's smart to have an overall plan on what to do with all of your money. As part of a financial plan and a financial plan when I call it a financial plan. I'm specifically talking about a retirement income plan because that's what I do matter of fact, the credentials behind my name on my business cards, say our eyes EP that stands for retirement income, certified professional, and I believe it. It's very smart to have a plan that will address liquidity making sure you have enough money that you can put your hands on any given day. This plan will address long-term growth growing your money. But I call it growing it with guardrails, and you do not have to take substantial risks to get decent returns. That's that's a myth. That's a Wall Street. Myth part of this plan will also I believe it's smart to have some of your money, absolutely guaranteed. You can have some guarantees in your portfolio that will give you some guaranteed rates of growth that will guarantee your principle. I think that's that's just very smart. And then if it's important to you part of your plan might also address legacy. What is the best way to leave money to your children or grandchildren or your favorite charity when we put together a plan for our clients, we address all of those and much more. We're going to talk to our clients about being proactive on their taxes. What is the best way to take their social? Security. We're going to address the probability not probability absoluteness of losing a spouse someday, how that's going to affect your finances, anything and everything that affects retirement income. We're going to talk about and we're going to build a plan together me, and my clients we sit down together, and we build a plan. So they will know what their retirement is going to look like I can't pick up the phone if any of this interest, you even though it's Saturday afternoon. There's young ladies going to answer the phone as long as she's not on the other line. And she'll set up a time for you to come in and visit with me, and that's all it's going to be you're gonna come in and sit down with us. And we're going to ask you some questions. Let you ask me questions gonna county interview each other. And I say each other you're going to interview me to find out if I know what I'm talking about. If I'm somebody that you wanna work with. But I'm also going to be interviewing you. Because again, if if I don't believe that you're the right client for our firm. I'm gonna tell you that if you say, you know, I'd like to take some of my money and put it in the next Facebook IPO, I'm gonna send you down the street to to one of those big boys at advertise on TV twenty four hours a day while we don't do that. We don't take big risk with our clients money. So we use the stock market. Don't get me wrong. I'm not against the stock market. I very much like the stock market. We just believe that the buy and hold strategy. That's out. There is an antiquated strategy. It's been around since nineteen fifty two basically the, and they call it the modern portfolio theory. I think that that's kind of funny that a strategy that came out of a book in nineteen fifty two. There was called the modern portfolio theory is still referred to that. But we think it's a modern. We think the modern portfolio theory is actually an antique way of doing things. See we have these things called computers. Now, we have these these things call cell phones. We don't have rotary phones any more. And and we have technology that we can use to manage your money and to take the risk out of your portfolio. Take anytime you're in the market you've got some risk. Let me say this correctly, but to greatly reduce your risk by having exit strategies by having strategies that win the market becomes bearish or if we it looks like we're going to have another meltdown that we have an exit plan, and we just think that that's a much smarter way of doing things. We also use the insurance industry will use them. We'll talk about today, what is called a fixed index to nudity and the word annuity is probably one of the most controversial terms in the investment world. But it's only controversial because the buy and hold mutual fund. People. Don't like the fact that right at sixty billion dollars went into fixed index last. A year and that sixty billion dollars could have gone into their buying hold mutual funds. And so they tend to LOP all annuities together, and they'll say nudity or bad. Well, that's like saying restaurants, your bad annuities are excellent for some people at some point in their life. Not all annuities are created equal some of them have high fees. Some of them are very very confusing. Some of them do not perform, well, I've been in this industry, by the way for over twenty seven years in a financial services industry, and I know. I wouldn't say I know everything about fixed indexed annuities or annuities, but I probably know ninety percent. And I'm also a one hundred percent independent which means that I can look at every annuity at in the country. And if there's one that will be better for you than another one. Then that's one that I'll talk to you about I don't have a one size fits all. I don't have a cookie cutter plan. I'm not married to any particular insurance company. I do what's right for my client in all cases. So if if it's appropriate to use a fixed indexed annuity in your portfolio in your retirement income plan, then we we will use the one that gets you the most income if any of this is making sense to you you'd like to come investigate some of this stuff you'd like to just come visit and talk come by and see us pick up phone first of all call us one eight hundred twenty-five retire. The local number is nine seven. Two nine nine six seven eight five eight or Lucas up it retire with Rick. And r I c k not are I see h I've noticed that somebody's cana- copied me out there. But it's R. I C K retire with Rick dot com. And set up a time to come in and visit over the next couple of weeks. Also, if you're thinking that you might just might wanna come check us out a little bit December the fourteenth, we're going to have a little bit of a open house. We're going to have a little Christmas get together from ten o'clock in the morning to four o'clock in after now if you just wanna drop by and have a snack with us and and visit with us. I do some business with a an old hall of fame NFL quarterback by the name of Fran tarkenton Fran tarkenton if you're in a Dallas area, and you remember many many years ago that Roger Staubach and Fran tarkenton you used to to have some some really good battles together. Well, I've known Fran for many many years. I've done some business with him. But what come good friends, and and we're going to have a Skype him in on December the fourteenth? So if you wanna come visit with with Fran asking. Him about some football stuff or just to anything you want to talk to he's quite a boy, and we're going to have him Skype in at our hope hoping house. So if you'd like to come by and visit or do you want to set up a time to come see me, call one eight hundred twenty five retire, and let's get together. We want to talk about what's going on with the stock market today. It's been all over the place in two thousand eighteen just the other day. The market was down about a thousand points over a two week period. And then one day all by itself it jumped back up six hundred points in one day. The Dow did. It's just a again all over the place, and we call that volatility some of the stock market investments that I use when I build one of these retirement income plans are referred to as low volatility investment. So they're low volatility equity investment funds. And if if you can manage that volatility than it tends to make your money much, much safer. There is also what's called a volatility index. And so some of the funds that we use they they monitor this volatility, and they manage these funds based on on keeping the volatility of these funds down, and they picked certain equities and funds that that historically tend to have much much lower volatility and overall that will keep your your portfolio much much safer as a rule so come in and check us out, and let me show you some of these funds and show you how. They work. So we want to talk a little bit about that today. I wanna talk about emotions. I wanna talk about pensions. We're going to talk about what's called in service withdrawal, sometimes called in service. Distributions we're going to talk about required. Minimum distributions today as well. So first of all, let's take a look at a couple of headlines that are out there. One of the headlines that just recently read about was talking about are we going to have another bull market, or where are we here's one that was in marketwatch on November, the twenty ninth and the headline said dead feds as in the fed Powell light a fuse for a year and stock market rally. So because the Powell announced that we probably have less interest rate increases that made the market jump up over six hundred points. The Dow Jeb over six hundred points in one day. But the same day you see other headlines that are doom and gloom that you better pull your money out of the market. How do you know what to do? You know? It's it's it's it's almost like as many cars many stars in the skies. There are opinions about what the stock market is going to do. And what I would tell you is that no one has a crystal ball that works. There's a whole bunch of people out there that profess to to be able to tell you what the stock market is going to do. But if you take a look at what a lot of those people are saying today, and then you go back and you look at a track record on. Well, were they correct about two thousand and eight or were they correct about the dot com. Bubble and you'll find most of them were not correct. You see people? There were books that came out in the late nineties when the stock market was just exploding. It was it seemed like it would never slow down. There were some books out there and the titles of the book that was one of them that said the Dow at thirty thousand and another one that actually said the Dow at one hundred thousand and these books were in Santa waiting inferring that the Dow was just going to keep on going up and one of the books that I saw back in the late ninety s was saying that the Dow would be thirty thousand about ten years ago. Well, it didn't make it and it hasn't gotten to thirty thousand yet. And so prognosticators people who predict the market. Well, I'll tell you what Warren Buffett said about him and Warren Buffett's book, he said these stock market predictors gift fortunetellers bad name..

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

13:38 min | 2 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"So the name of this show, again is plain talk. No worries financial our why do we call it that you might notice it. I have a little bit of a Texas accent. Actually, I think the rest of the world has an accent. Not texans. Texans are actually probably the only people that that that speak normally. So I am a Texan by the grace of God. And being a Texan. I am very plain spoken about things. And I believe that that's the way that you should be too many times, I find that people are very confused about the financial world that we're in very confused about the investment world. What I also find is that a lot of advisors, stockbrokers, whatever you wanna call financial people that sometimes they talk over people's heads. They use a lot of technical jargon. They talk about smart, beta and duration and the sharp ratio. And and they throw out an awful lot of. Very very complicated. Financial terms at the average person average lay person doesn't understand. And there's a saying I believe it was Thomas Jefferson, if I'm remember, right and Thomas Jefferson wants said that Americans will always make the right decisions. If they know the facts, unfortunately, too, many people don't know the facts too, many people are are manipulated with promises of high returns. They they watch the financial shows or the financial newspapers, and magazines, and they get persuaded or just out and out manipulated to be excited because of a big bull market that we're currently in. But they disregard or they they forget about the bear market that we experience the meltdown. It's not even a bear market two thousand eight. Meltdown of the stock market. And and and people kind of forget about it in their advisors near stockbrokers want them to forget about it. And we just believe that there's a better way, we believe that if you have a plan in place. That part of the plan has an exit strategy when we have that next crash when we have an that next correction, hopefully, we don't have any more meltdowns like that. But if it happens, we believe it's smart to have an exit strategy. We believe it's smart to have an overall plan on what to do with all of your money. As part of a financial plan and a financial plan when I call it a financial plan. I'm specifically talking about a retirement income plan because that's what I do matter of fact, the credentials behind my name on my business card say r I c p. That stands for retirement income, certified professional, and I believe it. It's very smart to have a plan that will address liquidity making sure you have enough money that you can put your hands on any given day. This plan will address long-term growth growing your money. But I call it growing it with guardrails, and you do not have to take substantial risk to get decent returns. That's that's a myth. That's a Wall Street and myth part of this plan will also I believe it's smart to have some of your money, absolutely guaranteed. You can have some guarantees in your portfolio that will give you some guaranteed rates of growth that will guarantee your principle. I think that's that's just very smart. And then if it's important to you part of your plan might also address legacy. What is the best way to leave money to your children or grandchildren or your favorite charity when we put together a plan for our clients, we address all of those and much more. We're going to talk to our clients about being proactive on their taxes. What is the best way to take their social? Security. We're going to address the probability not probability absoluteness of losing a spouse someday, how that's going to affect your finances, anything and everything that affects retirement income. We're going to talk about and we're going to build a plan together me, and my clients we sit down together, and we build a plan. So they will know what their retirement is going to look like I can't pick up the phone if any of this interest, you even though it's Saturday afternoon. There's young ladies going to answer the phone or as long as she's not on the other line, and she'll set up a time for you to come in and visit with me, and that's all it's going to be you're going to come in and sit down with us. And we're going to ask you some questions. Let you ask me questions going county interview each other and say each other you're going to interview me to find out if I know what I'm talking about. If I'm somebody that you wanna work with. But I'm also going to be interviewing you. Because again, if if I don't believe that you're the right client for our firm. I'm going to tell you that if you say, you know, I'd like to take some of my money and put it in the next Facebook IPO, I'm gonna send you down the street to to one of those big boys at advertise on TV twenty four hours a day while we don't do that. We don't take big risk with our clients money. So we use the stock market. Don't get me wrong. I'm not against the stock market. I very much like the stock market. We just believe that the buy and hold strategy. That's out. There is an antiquated strategy. Now, it's been around since nineteen fifty two basically the, and they call it the modern portfolio theory. I think that that's kind of funny that a strategy that came out of a book in nineteen fifty two. There was called the modern portfolio theory is still referred to that. But we think it's a modern. We think the modern portfolio theory is actually an antique way of doing things. See we have these things called computers. Now, we have these these things call cell phones, we don't have rotary phones anymore, and we have technology that we can use to manage your money and to take the risk out of your portfolio. Take anytime you're in the market you've got some risk. Let me say this correctly, but to greatly reduce your risk by having exit strategies by having strategies that win the market becomes bearish or if we it looks like we're going to have another meltdown that we have an exit plan, and we just think that that's a much smarter way of doing things. We also use the insurance industry will use. And we'll talk about today. What is called a fixed indexed annuity and the word annuity is probably one of the most controversial terms in the investment world. But it's only controversial because the buy and hold mutual fund. People. Don't like the fact that right at sixty billion dollars went into fixed indexed annuities last year. And that sixty billion dollars could have gone into their buying hold mutual funds. And so they tend to lump all annuities together, and they'll say annuities are bad. Well, that's like saying restaurants, your bad annuities are excellent for some people at some point in her life. Not all annuities are created equal some of them have high fees. Some of them are very very confusing. Some of them do not perform, well, I've been in this industry, by the way for over twenty seven years in a financial services industry, and I know. I wouldn't say I know everything about fixed index to nudity or annuities, but I probably know ninety percent. And I'm also a one hundred percent independent which means that I can look at every annuity in the country. And if there's one that will be better for you than another one. Then that's one that I'll talk to you about I don't have a one-size-fits-all. I don't have a cookie cutter plan. I'm not married to any particular insurance company. I do what's right for my client in all cases. So if if it's appropriate to use a fixed indexed annuity in your portfolio in your retirement income plan, then we we will use the one that gets you the most income if any of this is making sense to you you'd like to come investigate some of this stuff you'd like to just come visit and talk come by and see us pick up phone first of all call us one eight hundred twenty five retire. The local number is nine seven. One two nine nine six seven eight five eight or look up it retire with Rick, and our I c k not h. I've noticed that somebody's cana- copied me out there. But it's R I C K retire with Rick dot com and set up a time to come in and visit over the next couple of weeks. Also, if you're thinking that you might just might wanna come check us out a little bit December the fourteenth, we're going to have a little bit of open house. We're going to have a little Christmas get together from ten o'clock in the morning till four o'clock in after now if you just want drop by and have a snack with us and and visit with us. I do some business with a an old hall of fame NFL quarterback by the name of Fran tarkenton Fran tarkenton if you're in a Dallas area and remember many many years ago that Roger Staubach and Fran tarkenton you used to to have some some really good battles together. Well, I've known Fran for many many years. I've done some business with him and become good friends. And and we're going to have a Skype EM in on December the fourteenth. So if you want to come visit with with Fran asking him about some football stuff or just anything you want to talk to he's quite a boy, and we're going to have him Skype, Dan at our hope in house. So if you'd like to come by and visit or do you want to set up a time to come see me, call one eight hundred twenty five retire, and let's get together. We want to talk about what's going on with the stock market today. It's been all over the place. In two thousand eighteen just the other day. The market was down about a thousand points over a two week period. And in one day all by itself it jumped back up six hundred points in one day. The Dow did it's just a again all over the place, and we call that volatility some of the stock market investments that I use when I build one of these retirement income plans are referred to as low volatility investment. So they're low volatility equity investment bonds. And if if you can manage that volatility than a tinge to make your money much, much safer. There is also what's called a volatility index. And so some of the funds that we use they they monitor this volatility, and they manage these funds based on on keeping the Bala Tila ty- of these funds down, and they picked certain equities funds that that historically tend to have much much lower volatility and overall that will keep your your portfolio much much safer as a rule so come in and check us out, and let me show you some of these funds and show you how they work. So we want to talk a little bit about that today. I wanna talk about emotions. I wanna talk about pensions. We're going to talk about what's called in service withdrawal, sometimes called in service. Distributions we're going to talk about required. Minimum distributions today as well. So first of all, let's take a look at a couple of headlines that are out there. One of the headlines that I just recently read about which talking about are we going to have another bull market, or where are we here's one that was in marketwatch on November, the twenty ninth and the headline said did feds as in the fed Powell light a fuse for a year and stock market rally? So because the Powell announced that we probably have less interest rate increases that made the market jump up over six hundred points. The Dow jumped over six hundred points in one day, but the same day you see other headlines that are doom and gloom that you better pull your money out of the market. How do you know what to do? You know? It's it's a it's it's almost like as many cars. There's many stars in the skies. There are opinions about what the stock market is going to do. And what I would tell you is that no one has a crystal ball that works. There's a whole bunch of people out there that profess to to be able to tell you what to stock market is going to do. But if you take a look at what a lot of those people are saying today, and then you go back and you look at a track record on. Well, were they correct about two thousand and eight or were they correct about the dot com. Bubble and you'll find most of them were not correct..

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Terrell Owens skips HOF ceremony, eyes CFL

The Dan Patrick Show M

04:43 min | 3 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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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Okay i don't think there's many if any five ten quarterbacks in the nfl okay in i think this is where i believe the as or actress the as i think that murray is gonna end up playing baseball okay if he ends up showing up at the ace then i think he could make four million season plus there's always the what's better to play what's more beneficial to play football or baseball and i think that it'd be baseball here okay and let me see it drew brees who's six feet tall russell wilson is five eleven there's only two guys active right allard or six feet or under doug flutie was five ten sunny johnson was five eleven fran tarkenton was six feet tall so no we'll five ten quarterbacks it's all been five eleven or six foot and then again i mean it's not really you don't really work out as a small quarterback but nonetheless getting back to the whole baseball football it's he tries out the nfl like i said i don't think there's going to be much of an opportunity for them given that he's five ten and you pretty much got to be one of the best obviously in order to make it work okay it's a tougher more physical sport money isn't all guaranteed you probably like i said it's going to be tough for him to make money given his size you go play baseball which very good at okay obviously you're good enough to where you could be taken to the top ten even if you're playing quarterback for college football team you'll make four million in your first season all right we'll do first contract should say.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Oh okay well all right so we're just going to whip up a sauce real quick what exactly you can't do that you can on a scale one to ten how angry were you here's what happened go ahead hotpot is ending and you know me well so well let me explain you what happened next because i was at an eight there was in the shower and i hadn't yet erupted i was at an eight so i opened up the fridge to see what's in there if there's a frigging jar of ragu from one thousand nine hundred seventy four autographed by fran tarkenton and there's you know so i opened up the fridge ac and i'm scoping in the back that's when my elbow comes in contact with the brand new pike the blueberries that just picked up at publix and those blueberries oh they take a mighty fall from three stories up and decide half of them are gonna scatter all over the floor now i don't know if you a love blueberries as much as i and be no the mess that blueberries make when they hit the floor it's substantial so i got that going on and at that point in time because i heard that the shower water i let loose a mother effort like you wouldn't have believed my my neighbors had to hear this for the berries over the whole thing seth i didn't have the right sauce it's daddy makes dinner night and i don't have the sauce to make his favourite damn meal plus he got straight he's on his report card yesterday so he certainly deserves his favourite damn meal and here i am as a dad who has led him down tremendously and and i and i said i wasn't he said that was amazing melted inside and i say fu blueberries i it was worth killing everyone you might and then i took the rest of the blues from the fridge i said show that you see that raspberries you make a run for it that's what happens.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"So that was the biggest topic of conversation and quite a bit of dissent where are you on him i had him as my number two quarterback going into the dra going to draft night paul i had sam darnold ahead of him i just thought that darnold with a richer sophomore just a tad more size you know little more of that so called upside but i don't know that baker mayfield is maxed out everything i think that you know this kid you know you know angry he plays but there's one thing about him when the games on the line he gets it done go back and look at all these quarterbacks and see what they did in the fourth quarter of games during their college career and far and away fourth quarter and i'm talking about games that are in question you know one score type games mayfield numbers dwarf all the other quarterback contenders we had in there there is something to that there is something to a kid when the games on the line gets it done and i think we saw him do that knoxville to my own tears you know a couple of seasons ago he's done it to a number of teams yeah as a twotime so called walk on but don't let that fully and everybody's worried about the size well fran tarkenton drew brees michael vick get more size in them okay so let's get over that part of it accurate throwing the football competitive to the instant gree and the unfortunate side for him paul and i'll conclude here is that with cleveland picking him.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"That was the biggest topic of conversation in quite a bit of dissent where are you on him i had him as my number two quarterback going into the dra going to draft night paul i had tim donald ahead of him i just thought that darnold with a richer sophomore just a tad more size you know little more of that so called upside but i don't know that baker mayfield is maxed out everything i think that you know this kid you know you know angry he plays but there's one thing about him when the games on the line he gets it done go back and look at all these quarterbacks and see what they did in the fourth quarter of games during their college career and far and away fourth quarter and i'm talking about games that are in question you know one score type games mayfield numbers dwarf all the other quarterback contenders we had in there there is something to that there is something to a kid when the games on the line gets it done and i think we saw him do that knoxville volunteers you know a couple of seasons ago he's done it to a number of teams yeah he's a twotime so called walk on but they'll let that fully and everybody's worried about the size well fran tarkenton drew brees michael vick get more size in them okay so let's get over that part of it accurate throwing the football competitive to the instant gree and the unfortunate side for him paul and i'll conclude here is that with cleveland picking him.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Looking forward to the ticket you are named after my favorite quarterback he'll be fran tarkenton oh i get that all the time that's awesome great great player was your favorite quarterback too i'm sorry were you named after him was your favorite quarterback no though no no my father who took a lot of golf because it's a sort of a sort of an unusual name for a man these days but but fran tarkenton is the man oh absolutely the man the man could map plays in the dirt and wing what's your category seventies or eighties that goes seventy seventy eight from the seventies friday night i crashed your party friday night i crashed your party sunday night i know and having fun okay maybe iraq crazy billy joel you may be right sometimes they got to remind them when they're right let's go to the george is in holland township new jersey one oh one point five hi george i'm good how are you all right i got everyone right that you basically played so far so let's try my luck okay are you going seventies or eighties eighties right from the eighties you get here i knew you'd be a vision in white how'd you get your pants so tight oh my god.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Because i was i was watching the two thousand eleven draft is what i do draft week i watched the old drafts and boy were those with run on those quarterbacks horrendous and i was like mike's gotta have one that he's that's he wakes up at night being like damn i really shouldn't have said that about jamarcus russell or whoever else jamarcus russell but i but two guys that at of all picks in all the years i've done at the bother me more than anything 'cause i kind of went against who i am and that's johnny manziel in blaine gabbert they're the two that that i wake up screaming at three in the morning like how scoop it or you yeah and you know the manville thing was i really liked the state and i'll still stand by my evaluation of steak but the closer we got to the draft the more i was kinda getting catching the buzz of johnny manziel he's gonna be fran tarkenton and everybody else rolled into one and i'm like hey i liked having a couple of beers in college what's big deal but a couple of years you know and and that to me the quarterback is all about the face of the franchise and being a leader i talked myself into johnny menzel and and and it was stupid and i it might even impact the way i look at baker mayfield a little bit this year beyond the blaine gabbert thing is the other one and i had in my note i've come down and pocket don't trust doesn't trust pocket.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Because i was i was watching the two thousand eleven draft is what i do draft week i watched the old drafts and boy were those with run on those quarterbacks horrendous and i was like mike's gotta have one that he's that's he wakes up at night being like damn i really shouldn't have said that about jamarcus russell or whoever else jamarcus russell but i but two guys that at of all picks in all the years i've done at the bother me more than anything 'cause i kind of went against who i am and that's johnny manziel in blaine gabbert they're the two that that i wake up screaming at three in the morning like how scoop it or you yeah and you know the manville thing was i really liked the state and i'll still stand by my evaluation of steak but the closer we got to the draft the more i was kinda getting catching the buzz of johnny manziel he's gonna be fran tarkenton and everybody else rolled into one and i'm like hey i liked having a couple of beers in college what's big deal but a couple of years you know and and that to me the quarterback is all about the face of the franchise and being a leader i talked myself into johnny menzel and and and it was stupid and i it might even impact the way i look at baker mayfield a little bit this year beyond the blaine gabbert thing is the other one and i had in my note i've come down and pocket don't trust doesn't trust pocket.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I did i was all in on him night i was i just thought that the you know he had some fran tarkenton in him as had some magic there but if you look back mike evans made him local law had bitter it's always nice when you go up bailout bell their where's my 6'5 wide receiver other is thanks mike yup on his pro after cleveland are not terribly bad he was a fifty seven percent passer seven touchdowns seven picks there's a lot worse new especially with the team he went in on new noone may be gets a chance what does he twenty five the right polling five now hey i'm all about this story he comes back gives his content i final at fritschi is david feherty okay do we have to point not put out an allpoints woman we is okay and he apologizes he's in a very loud spot right now index is he gonna join us it's unlikely right now okay get ready for legends of the sport with andrew de bernstein the naismith basketball hall of fame photographer has hit the podcasting seen each tuesday starting february 27th andy and coast jonas weidler chat with some of the world's most prestigious athletes of all time enjoy stories from wife behind the scenes but the most decorated sports photographer in the business make sure to subscribe to legends of sport with andrew deed bernstein beginning tuesday february 27th exclusively on apple podcast podcast onecom and the brand new podcast one.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Know what's going to happen now with the changes that have been made from an offensive standpoint you are offensive lineman now in the nfl off the tap your head how often did you of a rookie or you know ii era quarterback behind you and trubisky is technically secondyear but you know he had twelve starts or whatever last year can you think of any names are just a run number roughly uh how often were were you in front of they are rookie young inexperienced tied quarterback clean water uh in the time is that i was with with the club other system be invent seven uh who came in after you know after i pluses like rise to your church and the other was jim mcmahon um you let figures in you know a starters was like came into the game but you know in both of them you know a lot of different uh skill sets and things like that but uh both of them pretty pretty damn what are called survivors that's i think played about eighteen seasons some of our listeners are very mobile i wouldn't want to say you know other the only mobile quarterback of the era that's certainly not the first yet the fran tarkenton's at cetera avi gutless fabric douglas bennet what about a guy that what he got in trouble wasn't afraid the run out of nine hundred ninety and and events was terrific to generalised and that's always dangerous but you know the this era a then sevens or a jim mcmahon but in general across the league rookie young quarterbacks you know what is what is the offensive line of their offensive line i know it's a thumb question but we're going to zero in that and you know on triggers a minute what what does a young guy need upfront than how bad what goes wrong if he doesn't have it in in general again no it goes wore regard peter uh and then he may be losing some compliments his own game uh you know i i think in the in.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"The hot and again you know me well so well let me explain you what happened next 'cause i was at an eight there i ends interest in the shower and a hadn't yet erupted be but i do i was at an eight so i opened up the fridge to see what's in there if there is a frigate jr of rag do from 1974 autographed by fran tarkenton and on you know so i opened up the frigid see i'm scope and in the back that's where my elbow comes in contact with the brand new pike the blueberries that i just picked up at public to knows blueberries all they take a mighty fall from free stories up and decide half of them are going to scatter all over the floor now i don't know if you love blueberries as much as i and be known domestic blueberries make when they hit the floor it substantial so i got that going on and at that point in time because i heard that the shower water i i let loose a mother effort like you wouldn't have believed buying my neighbors had to hear this the berries over the whole thing south i didn't have the right sauce it's daddy makes dinner night and i don't have those sauce to make his favorite damn meal plus he got straight he's on his report card yesterday so he certainly deserves his favorite damn meal and here i am is the dad who was leading dow tremendously did you order pizza i thought about it but i had the sausage cooking already i had the vegetables warming and i and i said okay volga go to the pantry there's tomato paste all right that's an element of sauce yes a star there's diced tomatoes now there's there's tomato sauce combined tomato sauce tomato paste what's that garlic salt sure why not as that paprika it absolute throat whenever spy white pepper black all the pedal and all an throw it all in their mix it all up decided not going to inform him that i don't have his favorite sauce because if i.

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"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"fran tarkenton" Discussed on Super Station 101

"That was the step well the the point is legs scrambling the point is is that the fans are having their voice heard uh y'all spoken out loud and clear and guess what the nfl's here in the same thing for their spot you're speaking out is actually getting to their advertisers who know that you're upset and know that if they continue to sponsor the nfl you're not going to shop with them either so they're getting out and that's where the nfl player start here in us i got a perfect technology for that the yeah yeah okay so the nfl's fran tarkenton and the paying public our lack derrick thomas and coordinating us biscuit bennett come reform the corners and they scrambling and they too flawlessly fran whiten slow away from bennett roms yes brain me world may have no dial it back i think the ballot way back this sunday i believe so to joe's of next now are you joe uh yeah i believe the college players are in the locker room your excellent are they not on the field for that at slow from what i heard uh you know you you may be right because now that i'm thinking about it those guys are playing football soon after they come out on the field yep so i don't feel like if i can't be up all of them will know about that i mean you know lisa that's what up rda like that i don't know for sure but poor i hadn't been football game longtime at full after cult ethnic and that will benefit all looked out lawyer i.

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