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#92Noon! Florio/Fran/Gleeman

Paul Allen

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#92Noon! Florio/Fran/Gleeman

"Fad as far back as I can remember I always wanted to be a gangster. Handed! Had Radio. News. All Follow Long. Hot Your. Lesson. Lesson. I know right. By Paddle. Pavarotti on. What. I Have Ameri. Three. Things. Community. Fire. Fire away on Tuesday. The feels like a Monday, but every day feels like a Thursday nine to noon at nine. Oh One Brian Heating and Cooling Studios FM one hundred point three Cayenne. It is Paul Allen and the nine to noon presentation mad producer by my side, a pleasant good morning to you. The nine to noon radio show back to full strength. That's debatable. Always were Copyright Ryan. Cardinal Fire, Helmet Guy Jarad Klein Puffy and drunk hockey guy. On the radio presentation today it is a Tarkenton Tuesday. We have stories from the lap of Uncle Fran today at ten o'clock. You see back when this purge began shutdown central park like two months and change ago. Eric Nordquist, the producer, yours truly Paul Allen. We, the word serendipity began to emerge. Then Matt producer got pissed off, and what had have none of it? But the serendipity positive transpiring from a negative is somehow some way. Through this pandemic nine to noon style every other week, H., O. F. Quarterback, Fran Tarkenton, joined the nine to noon radio show that takes place today on a Tarkenton Tuesday ten o'clock. And Yours Truly Is Asking Fran the man on the fan? Something I've wondered for a while, but it came. The last time hr was on the nine to noon presentation. His. Take on why bud grant. kind of low key loads. Thence Lombardi? What's up with the? It white used to come up extremely low key. In the driveway at Bud Grant House when he would be doing those ballyhooed yard sales. Yeah, pissing off neighbors around the corner. But then it came up a couple of weeks ago on a motivation Monday which felt like a Tarkenton Tuesday. No relation to a Friday. Football faced H. O. Radio at ten o'clock today. See what Fran the man on the fan as to share nine to noon style where? By faith, we move forward Hashtag faith family and we wait. We are waiting for live sporting events, but actually like play into standings and play into playoffs and. Play into Lord. Stanley Cup that Paul Chachi in wants to store in his garage. The Larry O'Brien that Paul Chachi and wants to keep in his dad. But if and or when they do get together copyright, the most recent Friday football feast. if and or when they do get together. will be playing with things for which to play so by thing nine to noon wonders. Is there anything out there in the old sports world by faith? That is legitimate. That is selling hope that desire opening bat is is brow raising for yours truly was go to the by faith desk. My main man and surrogate little brother. Eric Nordquist in good morning. Good Morning. Let's start in the association bass. National Basketball Association. Raised in full of pride. Charles Barkley. We know who Barkley is. He was with Paul Finebaum. discussed thoughts on the return of numerous sports including the NBA. Here's what he said. I'm one hundred percent. Sure how? Average we're GONNA. Make a decision in the next week. He says I'm one hundred percent. Sure we're going to play I. Know My friends in Major League baseball or going to play. I think that the Hockey League is going to play as well. And, he says I think pro football and the college football. They have to sit back and see how it goes for us so now. That's Charles Barkley with elite. College Football Guy Paul Finebaum. Yeah, right, and he legitimate. Do we take? Do we think Charles Barkley's take? It's. Talking to my bosses at Turner. Faith radio box box I. Do know this talking to my bosses at Turner. We're going to play basketball. It's going to be in Florida and Vegas or just Florida. Average. And he notes that. Firm plans to finish the season playoffs and all of that as part of the NBA returning hopefully some time in July so we're feeling July right by feeling July by faith by forecasting faith. We are feeling July now. If if the Las Vegas piece is part of the equation. Can you envision? Charles Barkley at planet? Hollywood Mandalay Bay New York New York. Circus Circus Yeah I mean seriously I plopped down a nickel right now, freaking x caliber and play the kids games. Yes, just to get myself on some felt. Charles. wedging his way between those. That photo booth the. The to plexiglass bits, and then the wind diplomacy glass window in front of you. Yeah, but he's got a fully bend over just to reach his hand under that Little Slot Right? bought you see the way a lot of it's constructed Speaking, you know if an. Emphasis on when we are able to touch felt at Canterbury Park something you saw on Friday. You get two spots Alexander Charleston spots. Charles would take all six or seven spots. It'd be good and just play it by himself. Absolutely now, those plexiglass bits man that you saw on Friday not preferred now with safety in mind and protocols and respect and protocols, protocols, and and by forecasting faith protocols. I mean they were kind of fresh, weren't they? Well in this world and what we're learning in Minnesota quite quickly in particular is that beggars cannot be choosers. preferred. It is not. But, we accept the realities in which we are given. We accept the breadcrumbs because we are hungry and these breadcrumbs happened to be plexiglass dividers. Will those are Croutons Babe? So now? We brought you croutons. We've got a crunchy croutons. Is If if they're up. That means we're playing. And that means we're potentially winning. Okay might get that key to the money room again, so Friday in the early stages of the Friday. Football Feast Good Morning. Full strength. That's debatable always were. When. You guys lead discussing the bastard seasons that could come to fruition with NBA, NHL, yeah, and and charge. Bastardising Lord Stanley Cup and the Larry O'Brien right which I which is something with which I agree, I mean it they it will be a bastard award, but nevertheless there's an asterisk that there. WILL BE IN WAR. Yeah, was there. was there any conversation or conclusion within the Feast Tandem last Friday? As to why these legs are pushing so hard to get banality to their seasons in hub cities, most likely with no fans, feeling like owners would take massive financial els because I mean. It's like with the concessions and the seats and everything like that. That's still one thing that I just cannot wrap. There is a PA in pandemic and I cannot wrap my pandemic related mind. Yeah, around why those two leaks specifically are so dead set on finality. A hard time put my finger on it. Why would these sports leagues so as TV money absolutely has the whole bear for from my standpoint I. Mean you know it would be callous for them to be so straightforward and say that they need to fulfill these TV contracts to get paid, got you? The NHL loses a billion dollars potentially without any playoffs. We see how weird and funky their salary cap is. That's GONNA set him back half a freaking decade. So. They have the players in a pinch in some of these leagues situations where it impacts the cap so greatly that they got to satisfy the TV deals, get the TV money, and if they can come home at the end of the thing with a third of what they would have anticipated, otherwise a third matters, so it's cutting the losses and recouping some cash. I think it. It is yeah, and so sports fans. We'd like to say well. They want to go because it's for the fans and not really about us as much as it is. They want to get paid and they're lucky because we're so captive right now we WANNA. Watch it and we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA love it, and so I'm so an correct. Yes, and Natty Reds Philadelphia phillies baseball. To nobody in a weird city for two and a half or three hours I. Think I might be in as of right now for every single pitch, reds phillies. Late afternoon. No fans, weird city game counts yeah in. Two hundred percent in the background noise of summer baseball. While there's Mulch, there's watering. There's coffee or tea or beverage of your choice out on the Sun Porch. That has become in sinkhole analyzing every single bit of it and finding a sportsbook that will take your money some way somehow with your phone. Oh my God that it's I mean we'll get the. To get the MLB package. Don't we and watch every game so by forecasting faith where we are now? NBA Governors massive meeting. Friday, Yup. NHL Getting to phase this to like I read at the athletic. It was a rousseau piece. Worry talk to Dube Nick where he's like you know there there there are some there are some advancements that are being made, but we still have a long way to go, and then MLB today, right? Yeah MLB noon Rob. Manfred is having a conference call by faith. I mean this is where we're at on them. On a Tuesday tag, faith radio, the commissioners meeting with all the owners today by phone because they're going to receive I believe a counter proposal from the players side of the table, which by the way the the proposal that the league itself made accepted as scrambling to find it here. That includes an eighty two game regional schedule Universal, D. H.. Thirty Man Rosters Twenty player taxi squad fourteen teams in the postseason. With games played in home cities in October. Back. And, as of now a fifty fifty revenue split for players and owners, so that was I believe initially agreed to, and now the players are going to probably come to the table with some other things so here we are may twenty six looking at a spring training in June so summer, training and summer baseball, resuming in July by. Doing By forecasting faith, yeah, if you are looking if you are not of the Norman, Chad Washington Post variety and you're looking for live sports that count in standings. have familiar players. and lead to a cliche. Dangling carrot held in in front of these teams known as division titles and playoff wins. All thing. I mean is it six six weeks ish, I mean are we like right around six weeks? Ish and They all three could be going at one time. That's. On my God. I. Mean That's I'm not gonNA. Say It's better than what it was because we liked the way with what was, but with the things through which we have been looking for distraction factor from a live sporting events forecasting faith. Yes, all of them at once now all of a sudden you have bountiful distraction factor options with decent weather. And and approaching football I mean that come on man. I mean. In your heart. In from your head or your heart. Yeah, would you put a percentage on it? Like. Do you think all of them will be going at the same time? Myrdal. By what percent I believe Barclay because he can't help himself, he's stream-of-consciousness. Never tell him a secret of your TV best. Ever I trust what Trevor Plouffe tweeted, and has now been vindicated on, and we're seeing those steps taking place. I trust that the NHL Board of Governors who voted twenty nine to two in favor of that twenty four team playoff format and I would say eighty five percent annual. Premier hard wow. Because tag faith radio because then sports would be at full-strength. Always debate. That's debatable always were. So, but forecasting faith, we advance on a nine to noon radio show with the set list. What's on debt? Courtesy of timber and Timber Tech? Dot Com florio nine thirty five profootballtalk dot Com Fran the man on the Fan Joe Up Radio Ten o'clock techy eleven o'clock that big spot noon meeting with Manfred with the commissioner, and the owners and everything at noon. Get the techies, thoughts, athletic and the Athletic Dot Com and We will cold call. An old friend around the corner catch somebody off guard. See what they've been up to lately. And that's what nine to noon does as we navigate the latter stages of May at FM. One hundred point three kfi a. from the Brian Heating and cooling studios, all Allen and his mad producer. On the fan, be right back. Nine to noon. Radio APP. Bomb. That's a fact. From, Our Star. You have reached the voice mailbox of. Fine Wine Nice Basir Khan. And your basement. Saying. Tell you as always who? And the boss Oh Manson. Act! Allow. Allow. Alexander Stay Paul Allen? How are you? Are you from Alexander. I'm on the radio right now. you good man. What you doing? Yeah, sorry, just jump in my car. I'm so stupid man. It's like you know I. Got I I. Don't you know six five one? Whatever whatever whatever I? I don't have your number memorized so I wrote it down. I think I cracked in the purge. A little bit last number supposed to be at three thought it was a seven I went to dial into a couple of times win straight to voice mail I got mad relooked at the number and here we are Alexander Stay Lock goaltender Minnesota Wild Covenant catch up out of nowhere. How's my guy? Ben, you've been okay. Yeah I've actually been really good I was just up at a fishing trip up north Where we do every or if we can schedule, allows and. Kind of our opener trip. Although it's a, it's a week after the Minnesota Opener Kinda allows for the weather to get better and the timing of it. Just kinda works for everybody we that trip. and then the second weekend of that trip, generally the families and The guy's wives and their kids come up and enjoy the you resort. It was good. It was a good week and now we're back in, didn't you? Don't don't worry about throwing out the number. It's been probably seven days since we've talked. NASA. That's a long time. Yeah, why? Why I I need friends in the purge to while you gotTa, shut me out for more than seven days managed ridiculous. No I kind of out there and shut I. Shutdown my own actually I actually did Kinda shut shutdown my own house, playing with the kids in the water. At one point. I had my phone in my pocket and. It, it did fall out in the water, and it was going on and off reading no SAM, which I've never seen that before and so I was on and off anyways with my phone, but dies back work and thank God and. Luckily Lago called by you, too, so so Alexander when? When the phone submerges or potentially pummels to its aquatic doom. Did you put it in a bag with rice and like led to dry out that way, or would you do? No I, didn't I? I caught it quick. Actually I was only in about two feet of water playing with the kids. I'm like a paddleboard of pushing them around and I probably caught it actually before it hit the bottom of the lake, so it wasn't in for long, but the damage seems to be done But for some reason it. Apple phone, guys. They've helped me out and I still have said Iphone, maybe six or seven and. I don't know how to swap. I'm so bad at Plop and I got pictures on there. I never delete messages or any of that stuff so I'm so scared to get new devices because I lose it all or whatever and just duck. I'm glad it's still here with me today. Well without with that phone potentially pummeling to its aquatic doom in northern Minnesota Lake, and you same poem, you just quickly kind of like save the whole thing. You're an athlete, so I mean being an athlete. Helped you save your phone and make it possible for nine to noon on on this talker Tuesday cold. Call you around nine to five. You're an athlete man. That's why you save the phone. I tried my best and I know like I said. I know what it's like to lose a phone. And I gave everything I had before they can hit the bottom and lucky for me I. I got I got a hand on it and Kinda pulled it out of the water like fish I guess and It was It was a good save, and one of my better saints of the season actually I was. Do Alex do you have Do you happen to have a cardboard Alex stay locked cut out a preferably full size in uniform mass glove blocker, hoping or without a card board. Alex Taylor, cut out. I I do not have a cardboard, Damn. What I'm wondering why you're asking as well because you know by by philly faith by forecasting faith, we really are hoping we can begin racing June tenth at Canterbury I'd say ninety six point seven percent. No fans at the tracks were like going over protocol with masks, and where we can go and everything at the racetrack. What I'm getting at is our quarterhorse a fabulous painting if that horse happens to win, and no fans are there and I run down to the winner's circle for the winner's circle picture mask on of course I'd love to have a cardboard stay locked, cut out to hold up for the winter circle picture so like we shutdown pandemic purge memory. Like that. But I think right now through the purge I might need a little bit more cardboard than I need three months ago. The make that both sides actual size cut out of my softball. Crap. That's crap. There's I mean Alex a you. You must have chopped down two hundred fifty trees over the course of a month and a half to stay in shape. Secondly, you're not the kind to let your pro F- Pro Athlete Body Go, but thirdly is you got the league and the Knicks, and the players, association and everything. They're like talking about resuming in six weeks. So like say they do that and you resume then. You gotta be ready to go. Absolutely I just have kidding usually coming up at fishing trip, it's. Mainly, coolers, beef sticks and cheese. She's screaming and Fried. Fish and press rides There's a long purge that needs to be on after that that week long trip and it is It's starting today. so I started off with a with a shake, which was a lot nicer than than eating fish and eggs or something for breakfast. A. Alex Lock Wild goaltender covenant. Catch up nine to them. As as like the expanding man would go or the expanding man copyright nine to noon You'll like this when when I see each other for the first time each day. We, we ask each other house the breathing. Was the answer usually well. It depends on whether I've gone up downstairs. I mean if I. IF I had to go up one flight of stairs, you know given yours truly sadly has become the expanding man, and then you got a mask, so it's not super easy to breathe in the first place to breathe these terrible. Now Walk downstairs. It's not quite as bad, but we do breathing checks on each other Monday through Friday mornings. Just to make sure we're breathing okay during this marathon like purge. Love to witness the breathing check. Have you. What's the? What's the status of chopping down trees? You still you still? You still like. I got home yesterday and I looked at him on the ground, and there is a lot of work to I did take down like you said I mean not quite two fifty I didn't know if you brought up that number speaking away, mind whoever's maybe? Yeah. There was trees that got laid down, and I need to be caught up, and I did quite a bit before, but there's obviously. They look a lot bigger when they hit the ground. All of a sudden, it's It's a lot more work them. You're looking at it when it's up at night off the air and James on needs the first more gas and watch. Split a lot more. that. Aleksei say like in six or seven weeks like mid July ish say say like NHL does resume and wild. Do play say the hub city is here and you gotta get ready to go. I mean that it'll be challenging and everything like from physical standpoint or what the training camp and all that stuff, but I don't know man I mean I, it's been a long time you know. I. You know it's. It's like you're starting in September. You're getting enough. Had You're getting. STAYING IN THE LUBE Obviously keeping your fitness up because anything can happen. All done right now. We gotta go and I think guys nowadays. They want to stay in shape. All your aound, three sixty five. Sorry. I just had a I just had a speed one. I wasn't going fast enough in the purge for him. that. No anytime NHL gives it. The green light been go ahead. Obviously, we're shipping into base. Two or Zillions Open Up, and you can have six guys on, and I think it's starting to become real and guys are probably rampant the only different part, obviously now than any other regular season. His rinks aren't open around the state. Wherever guys come, you know wherever they're from. Everything shut down. And I know, guys are trying to sneak into rings and installing these city ranks staying true to the Jewish June or whatever it may be during during the shutdown, and that's the hard part is obviously you can get. Any shape. You want off the ice, but it does not carry over I. don't care what people say. It's not being on the ice and yeah man, you know. Yeah, for for for those like you and I, where some of these stories are just really difficult to read i. mean granted you know you're you're in the belly of the beast, so you get all of the a level Intel, but like I'm reading through some of these NHL. Stories and stuff of these twenty four teams, or whatever and I'm like I. Don't understand this man like the best the best teams, or whatever wouldn't be playing other teams. Teams would be playing and then they meet. I'm thinking like say the the nine ten or the eleven, or whatever might you know that they might have a series under their belt when they play a one two or three? It's just weird. That's that's what shape and I think you've read to like. There's a couple of teams that had said no to the format that came out and I think their team's finished in the top of the League. And they think maybe there are some unfairness to a team saying playing five games getting playoff ready getting damn shape and Ready to go and that other. Than Watching playoff hockey where they've been playing, so it's hard in every teams, not GonNa Agree, and and we've had a couple votes now through this and. Obviously a C. split decisions from all teams and. This one. It seems like it was probably a little bit more in favor of obviously format some teams on the outside. Looking in are in now, so they're obviously gonNA vote. Yes, but it's. Interesting to follow this type of stuff and the. NHL On a good job to I, think even fan involved in the sport. Because anytime you go through something like I think there's like fourteen or four or whatever it makes, you lose fans and. You know. I think they're trying to China stay in the media and they're doing a good job of that, so so like. I. Don't know what type of Intel you get sent to you. The NHL PA or like you're reading. Stories Pierre Lebrun this Russo Radio that it's like when you get into the schedule and the protocol, and then the like the money split. The stories are so boring and hard to read. Don't you agree a hundred percent I? So much that goes into it. Honestly you go and say we got the twenty game twenty four game format, and then the next the next segment as well. Are we going to sanitize locker rooms, and then after that you're saying? How many guys do we have in this area? It seems like it's endless questions. I need to be answered to get this thing Roland Guys WanNa play. They WANNA play for the com every single season, 'cause you only get along to chase it and. Obviously if you lose one year. Is another year gone? So it's. Something we want to do, but at the same time there's a lot of and needs to be done. What what last one? What what if it starts you get hot. FIALA gets. Hot Parisi gets hot, and then you guys like go on a massive run and win the Cup, but it has an asterisk. Who Cares right? That's a hard. COP during you know. They've been shortened seasons and. Whether. The same playoff, but yeah. It's you gotTa Win Tough Games. You GotTa beat the Best Games and Yeah I mean. I don't know if they I, guess you're the one team in NFL history. That hasn't Asterik next year and It's It's because of the verge, and maybe it says. There's a lot more multi group that we were able to come back after three months and being peak shea. And we did our social distancing and and all that. Who knows, would you Would you wear a mask under your mask? Well. Here's the thing I-. Social distancing. I, haven't we? We haven't done a great job is also doesn't thing as yeah. The Stay Lock House because my wife is actually pregnant with our third child, so I guess I at least the mask I I'll probably wear on the ice, but Yeah, we haven't done a great job at San. Diego's. All right man, you're the best ever stay say. Let's do this more frequently wherever you're going. had their safely. Bless you young man, and I look forward to our next chat, okay? All right, thank you. How'd you breathing good? Drive to you. I need to check all right. See Minnesota Wild goaltender. Alex Day lock with with a covenant catch up cold call for the of our favorite goaltender when nine to noon continues around the corner, Florio weekly stop with a PF t guides. Football he? Travels Craze. Mike Florio Paul Allen. How are you are things well with you and your covenant? Hi, Paul. All is good. How are you great good to chat with you? Ma'am not just by faith by forecasting faith spend a little time in the opening segment with mad producer West. discussing NBA NHL Baseball. You know by forecasting faith, do you? Do you think like all three of those things could be going in mid July and good morning. Well. It looks like the NBA starting late July for continuing season in Orlando at the wide world of sports. Complex there I. Don't know how much of the regular season they're going to finish I. Don't know what postseason they're going to have, but if they pick up where they left off and finish the season if It will butt up against the start of their next season potentially so it just seems a little bit late for them to get going, but everyone is being careful. Everyone's being cautious and it just feels like there's momentum to get sports back on track by June or July and I'll tell you what the NFL really has gotten lucky with the timing here that the pandemic hits in the non-playing season and that it looks like by the time. It's talked to the NFL to play games. They'll at least be able to play whether or not fans in the stands that the different issue, but I think it's becoming more and more of a given. The NFL's going to be able to play. J, I can't I can't get a hold while sourcing or as the media, people would say getting background information on like. Like when things will reconvene for teams in the NFL Manon Kidding. You Michael I. I would bet a lot of money three weeks ago like right after fourth of July facilities, conditioning and strength then Ota's then training camp, wax, some preseason games and then play, but that was like three weeks ago. My Intel now is that that might not take place. What do you think? Well, look I think to the NFL. It doesn't matter to its time bill for training camp. They already are in a position where teams that are able based upon state and local regulations to reopen their facilities can part of phase one return coaches can't be there for any team in order to avoid any potential. Disadvantages that would apply in locations where teams can't return, but I think. The end-july, they'll be able to to have their training camps now look we'll. Some teams have to relocate to a different state potentially, but it just seems like everything is moving in the direction of these things happening will there be. Sufficient. Steps in place to protect players and coaches ever need to be and I. Think Testing will have to happen on a regular basis, if not a daily basis, if not on the way. Out of every given day, and they're going to be needed advances in testing to allow that to happen quickly and efficiently. You can't wait. Three days froze all the test. You've got to be able to get a test quickly. If you're going to make sure everyone is negative before they get into practice, and then everyone is negative again before they are set loose on their community, so unless you're going to try to put these guys in a bubble somewhere, you're GONNA have to test them on a regular basis, but there is a belief that that by the time. We get to late July. Get to August September. They'll have enough testing and have enough into understanding what it mean for example positive to the antibodies and you do had the virus pass through your body. What does it mean by way of having it again? What does it mean by way of communicating the virus someone else? These are all things that they'll be much more information about by the time we get to August and September which helps the NFL. It's NFL's overall time Michael Can I. Ask you a business question quickly. No okay now with Brady and his center getting together late last week with like Cameron Bright Mike Evans and everything, so they get together at Tampa school two hours. They're doing their bank. Do you think players should players quarantine in states? They play and convene with teammates. Well look. Here's the question that you have to ask yourself. Do. You want to have some sort of a meaningful preparation period in the off season and. Tom Brady is doing what he has to do to get himself ready for his first step. They buccaneers to other quarterbacks art to accept other teams aren't they're going to suffer from it when it's time chain camp and try to get up to speed quickly. The images we saw last week. That they were Brady with short and Buchan ears helmet. The buccaneers have given the players helmets to us, so they can go out and on their own. Do what they need to do to get ready, so look this comes down to the extent to which a quarterback has the the leadership, the voice, the ability to get his guys to jump when he says jump, and if Tom Brady calls you up and says we're going to spend the next three weeks working out every day in Tampa. Guys are going to be there. Can other quarterbacks pulled loft? And they have the will to pull it off. That remains to be seen, but I haven't heard it happening to that degree with any team Tampa Bay buccaneers, and it's advantage buccaneers when the season was. Can I ask you a business question, Mike. No so so now with Dallas the the Dak Prescott. How do you read between the lines on that one? Well this one simple to me. Is a deadline driven business. July fifteen is the deadline for signing that press to a long term deal. Anything now is just delays regarding what the heck wants to cowboys want. It doesn't matter what matters is. Where are they after the fourth of July, as we get closer to the fifteenth? When did they start moving toward the bottom line position? Nobody should go to the bottom line position, or you can get close by line position weeks in advance, but that line because do you're gonNA get squeezed off of your bottom line position. It's as simple as that basic. That's how negotiation works. Yeah, so we get closer to fifteen. The two sides get closer to the bottom line and here's a question for the council average pressed up. What does it take to get that Prescott to surrender just rights under the Labor deal and other the rules of the franchise tax. He'll makes thirty one point four million this year under the franchise tax next year, a twenty percent raise north of thirty, seven million under the tax the third year. He's Kirk cousins unless cowboys. WanNa pay him fifty four million plus to tag him for a third time out of the franchise tag or forty five. Five million plus to use the transition tag. He's free and clear. He's open market. So what did the cowboys have to give him now to get him to trade in thirty, one, four, thirty, seven, plus and a shot at the open market and twenty twenty two. It's that simple. It doesn't matter what any of the quarterbacks making. It doesn't matter where the market is where the market's going, what matters is. What does it take to get that? That Prescott to say I will trade you what I have in my hand, which is as I mentioned last week a birth is grown morbidly obese on the seat to select from the cowboys, because they waited and waited and waited and waited, and that leverages on up and up and up. What he has right now has real bad. What does it take to get him to give up what he has right now and it's going to be. Be a lot of money if they want to do it, otherwise he just going to go year to year, and the clock starts ticking toward that test potential, the coming of age twenty twenty two shefty tweeted right when we started our chat and now New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy as announced effective today, all professional sports teams in New Jersey can begin training camps while following necessary health protocol, so jets and giants man. That's big news. Right! Yeah. We've tweeted to go the shefty tweet when we think tweet. I can mention our tweets when you actually the on broke. While, we don't. We don't have shefty on and your. Business question now? How dare you, you liar? You've had him on within the past few weeks. Can I ask you a business question real quick? with with pro football talk dot com over the last two months and change I mean it's it's my favorite. It's the favorite football landing destination for many of us. Like what have you noticed from Trenton arrages and stuff with the clicks during this purge because like I'm at your site more. Than I ever have been. Yet now we've had an increase in all of the metrics is expected because people crave information about the NFL, and there's even more craving of it in the off season when there is uncertainty about what's going to happen so on top of the usual quest for specific information about players, teams and rumors, etc, the bigger picture that gets laid on the sport women will be back under what circumstances will it be back so there's new storylines injected into the coverage of the NFL, so you know, look I I feel a combination of gratitude and guilt over my distance for the past two and a half months because my life has not been all that different. As it relates to how in any other year I. don't leave the House as much as I used to. House all that much at all. Anyway. I work at home, and the workload has been the same, if anything, we've we've been. Better position for a business standpoint because of this, we just don't want it to last. We would rather than it never happened in the first place, but what? We've been very fortunate, and that's why I feel guilty. We've been fortunate because people being stuck at home, people being more interested in all the various NFL storylines and the new story lines on top of it. It's you know it's been. It's been a good couple of months from a business standpoint. It's been an awful couple of months to national and international and personal standpoint, and can only hope that we get through this and get back to normal sooner rather than later a Mike Florio. Via Twitter at pro football, talk and subsequently. Astoria pro football talk DOT COM, by my lighter a dangerous Michael. David Smith posted just seven or eight minutes ago. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is in favor of Pro Sports. Teams in estate, giants and jets their training camps and games as long as they follow health protocols, states are increasingly moving in the direction of reopening businesses, including pro sports much can change in the coming months, and so on. What do you think of that good for the jets and giants right? And here's what here's the reality on top of the public health crisis. You know there's there's a business reality business reality is winning out more and more unity's whether or not that's right or wrong remains to be seen by the second way third way, however, many ways of the of the virus and the outbreak of the virus that will be, but you know if you have a professional sports team in your state. And it's made clear to you as the governor that state if that team is permitted to train practice play games in that state, it will take those games elsewhere. That becomes a factor in giving those teams the blessing to do whatever it is, they need to do now. It's on them to do it safely, but I think at the end of the day. There aren't really many states that stand in the way of teams proceeding with their business, because those governors are going to realize that those teams are going to go elsewhere if they have to, you you busy Friday night around eight thirty West. Virginia Barn Time. Why? Can't say right now, but I'll text you later you busy. I it's Friday night. It's my personal time. Are you going to infringe on time? Hold on I can't forget this one. Before I go on, I got H. O. F., Fran. Tarkenton eight minutes. onside. Kick it. It's it's going to be debt. Right so forth and fifteen from the minus twenty five feels like Andy Reid and Mahomes they win the toss. They take the ball, and they began fourth and fifteen at the minus twenty five right. Well you only get to do it twice per gangs. Under. The proposal is currently on the table. So you do it all the time. The thing that I don't like. I don't like that You can use it if you're ahead. I think it's only something that you should be allowed to do while you're trailing because I could see a masterminded bill ballot check go up. Four points with two seconds left in the game and I don't even think you have to be a genius to figure this out instead of surrendering possession to the other team, but a kickoff it allows for a Stanford Band type of play. You just take the snap. The clock is supposedly running. During this play. quarterback takes the snap and runs out of bounds, throws the ball deep like we saw Patrick home to do at the end of the Super, Bowl. Bowl and just kills the remaining time that that's not good for anybody, so it even needs to be an on time down, or if you're ahead, you can't use that play and and hopefully they'll realize that that's the right way to do it you WanNa, give the team that's trailing a chance. That's the whole purpose of this to get. The team is trailing a chance. If a team takes the lead late, you don't want the team to be able to gain that system to to keep the other team from getting the ball aim, and you're the best stay safe. Appreciate you and thanks for everything call. You sound economic you a business question now. How dare you buy? But FLORIO PF. T. So so here's what I think I'm going to do yeah. No guarantees but Friday. We have our virtual RUPE party okay? In Dot Com Yep the the REU party supposed to be Friday applesauce gathering bonus. We're dancing on the stage whole thing not gonNA happen. It's going to be virtual party starts at six thirty, a power trip nine to noon programme bumper to bumper producers special guests for a night of fun. KFI AM IHEART DOT. com slash calendar slash event but just go to at Kfi in one zero, zero, three via twitter and You can learn about dumb are Friday night. Rube Party where you was listeners you as Devo Taes to FM. One Hundred Point Three, K am you can. You can take part in the virtual room party like ask questions of mad producer in yours truly I think we start at seven, thirty, seven, seven, four, seven, seven to seven, thirty, seven to seven thirty for you. You and I but it ain't just going to be you and I man. We gotta get some friends in there. We're going to get some people in the mix so I'm some ass. Florio Florio could be one of those guys before you can be one and we have a couple of days to work on some others but that that's just us a power trip. I would imagine hockey's GonNa saying program Gabarone stuff like that KFA DOT COM to learn more about our virtual rupe party this Friday. Fran, the man is on the fan. Being. Our. Town. In. Football peace. Over Voice of those. Time for do more. H.! Brand Tarkenton Paul, Allen, how are you? Ball Alley Good Morning Sir Fran great to hear from you. Greatest quarterback in the history of Vikings football a lot couple of weeks ago when we had Fran, the man on the fan surprised him with the with a bud grant calling in and the second segment, some more surprises coming the way up Mr Tarkenton and coming weeks, but I without with your personal covenant. Fran your daughter, Hayley is a terrific singer I when I was researching some things to to bring up today I watched her sing on. Youtube at an Atlanta tavern at something called the chicken raid. your daughter. Hayley terrific singer. Well. You know she's She's thirty two years old. She's a beautiful young woman. Looks like her mother and And she just loves to say. She loves to down here. Probably not did. He differs in the twin cities. We have opportunities down here. At restaurants, bars, and so forth where they have live singing, and we have it all throughout the south, and she she has a ban, and they traveled to Nashville and back and forth. And you have not daughter Paul. They don't make much money saying unless you're at the top end, go out there and saying and write songs and do what you. Love to do. And we'll make sure that you can eat three meals a day. She loves it and you know I I've never seen anybody performed singing at these clubs that. The saying they love the music. They love to entertain, and she's no different, so it's A. It's a blessing to see her happy. Because she likes to. Do Her. Of Do a thing and bringing bringing join to people without with your daughter Haley, when she sings, I mean. Does she like like old school are in be? She's got kind of a Blues E, voice? All Blues, but you know it's an interesting thing. MY WIFE IS A. Beatles not and that. Of Music and my daughter is also. And so she's. She's come more back from that time, but she's the. and and and and but she's got a background of blocking and and and the whole late fifties and early sixties. That's her favorite music yeah. What Fran, what's the chicken raid? Well you know we've got so many little places in the unique to the south down here. You know chicken a staple down here. Fried Chicken is a staple down here, and and and so and and that's kind of a a tavern that serves. Southern. Southern, food! Menu. That's what it is the I mean you know you? You know a better the May because you've got a thirty two year old daughter trying to get into it, but the the music industry man that that seems like a very tough nut to crack. And you know. In what a gift that these people have that can sing like like like Barbara streisand. And and they're. They're just got this voice of these tools to be able to celine dion. I watched slain dion out in Vegas. A couple of years ago, cried the whole time to be able to make that kind of music, but you know just the very elite. are able to make a living doing it, but there's so many people all over Atlanta I'm sure all over the twin cities people that just love to do music, and they do it for a pittance, and they love it and they. They always have a smile on their faces. She different. Thank God. She doesn't have to make a living by because. I can support her and I told her that a Fran. How about down Memory Lane? We go back when you were when you were running around and starting the H. O. F. Career Norm Van Brooklyn stuff like that. Etta, James Ella, Fitzgerald Aretha, Franklin some female vocalist like that holy cow. Yeah and you know I will tell you this thing I. I saw Barbra streisand at eighteen or nineteen or twenty I was when I was traded back over the giants and sixty seven. I went down to see her. do I. Forget the the the show. She was there and so young and so. Unbelievably talented. and I saw her and Celine Dion together. and and how can you put voices together like that? It's just. It's just incredible. A Out Fran Tarkenton nine to noon H. O. UP Teno, five good morning with with the bottom line dot APP, and might I might get a little more into this in in our second segment about these start-up businesses, but like the bottom line dot APP and like startups small businesses. How do you get those going right now? If you got the capital and you got an idea, but Concerns to. Hear, but concerns and every part of life that we're starting out. But I was reading just this morning. There were there. They got record number of small business people registering to build a new business. This thing is going to explode now with every debate working for big companies, the laid off, and now they're gonNA take to. Take the step out there, and and that's what I've got all my life backyard I mentioned I had a paper round seventy years old and Washington, DC. I worked every all sees, but WANNA play football up in. Minnesota worked for holding. Printing Company so they're in Minneapolis I I worked for Wilson Truck System out in to fall South Dakota, and and what? Of US need mentors, it was you know it's football whether it's broadcasting a whether it's an starting and running a best this giving mentors I. don't care if if you're successful, you need mentors, and and the the whole notion of of the bottom line dot APP. I I do a one minute. It's once a week one minute. Is it of of a new way of thinking it might be inspirational might give you an idea it's. It's my things that drive me to get me out of my. Office out there doing something in creating products and services that bring value to somebody else, and and so many aunts. They I'm all alone. Just being I don't have any. Help us out there. Just you know Lee. Charge nothing for this. This is all free And how would you like to have I would have liked to have Vegeta- Lombardi, you know. If he was still alive. Give me give me. Advice is I'm building my business. We learn from other people. We learnt for people that have great success and leadership, and that's what the the bottom line dot. That APP is all about it and I. I've done maybe fifty sixty of them already, and I'd just keep adding to it you up. You mentioned the name Vince Lombardi. Why why do you think Bud Grant? I mean despises is a strong word but I mean why do you think bud grant feels the way he does about Vince Lombardi? You know that is a great question and I didn't know until we had it on your show a couple of weeks ago and he said I didn't like Lombardi right and he's never. He's never told me that the next time. I'm talking I'm going to ask him why. I don't know He was a nighttime You know he was a you know, but you know we're up a duluth. Body grew up in new. York City. He didn't New Yorker. Italian he's A. Total different personality for, but but that makes the greatness of of all the great coaches that I played for in new. Each one of them uniquely different. Should be something that we we can learn from them, but we all always gotta be offsetting south and I just think body was a total different personality, then by grant, and so that that hit by wrong and I I'm going to ask him next time, and of course we will tell me and he'll have a good. Friend but BUD. Is suggesting the name of the Super Bowl trophy should be changed to the Shula not the Lombardi. I mean that. That's how far down the road. He goes with this guy I. Know I just I just don't their personalities all the hits the League. But nobody had buds. Personality was different from everybody. Don't nobody was different from everybody I played for Tom Landry. He was a very quiet engineer type guy, and he and he was different from everybody and sure it was more likely regular, and but likes shoe He was just Kinda he played little of football. He had a lot of. Talent as as a player as a coach. He was a huggy guy. He was he was a leader. He was a motivator. They'd all come in different packages, but i. don't understand that now. Keep in mind, but. Nobody understood, but he was totally different than anybody out there. And I remember we're playing the Philadelphia Eagles debate, maybe had five assistant coaches, and he looked across the feeling, and they had twelve cultures with their eagle shirts on. And there had been the ACS. Look over there. I said whatever the game's going on. I'm on the sideline. I always stood right next door. I want to hear what he said. Over there, the sidelines count how many coaches actually twelve. Oh, yeah, you know the problem with that? You can't fight about free inch water do. H. O., F., I'm freaking out right now, do you? You said you played for Tom Landry yeah I play! I, played. Pro Bowl was Tom Landry and the other quarterback was my best friend in football there. Don Meredith. Greatest characters ever lived, and so, and and of course he's the poll up some landry, but I played with Tom Landry and he was a absolute engineer engineering background. Wow, he was you know. He had the flex defense four-man line that. Flexible tackle up. In back, and he had all kinds of mathematical things about that, but he was a brilliant coach, but he's a total different guy. All of them were different and really you. Just in the last few years I've recognized that the look at all these people, and and even the players. Themselves I watch Peyton manning and Tom Brady plays a dos this week. It was they put themselves any tough Sicher, impossible situation but I'll say this, you know. These are two iconic quarterbacks iconic. They're not great athletes. But there are of I, mean I mean. Payton It's got a great intellect. He's begging strong. It gets really had no fake. You don't really couldn't run the ball. Brady was was did he could really play. Michigan played only half time in Michigan. Nobody wanted he was a fifth round draft. Choice out of Michigan is a quarterback. But they just learned how to play, but they're not great athletes and you could see that play golf. So you, so you did Monday night football, seventy nine to eighty two right. Yeah. I did yeah and wind. Dandy Don Meredith with well with Frank Gifford Dandy Don Merson how cosell. We have three of us at a time. Wow, it was the most boring thing I've ever done. I go from being on the field and every play couch, and every game counts and you live. With it and you go with your in the up in the Nice Pass, nice tackle. Nice, nice perception, all and then four of you gotta get your little bit. It was boring I had nothing at stake. You know it was. They were GONNA. Pay Me the same amount of money and I, and whoever won or lost. It'd make any difference after three years. I called Rhodesia. This. I'm done I just south. By. France Howard. cosell was a lawyer by trade, obviously bombastic, loquacious smart. You know, Howard? Cosell was broadcasting and mortality. What what was it working with Howard? You know what nobody liked it, but I liked him. he? He was in constant fights with Gifford and meredith. I really liked him. He was super talented. He, he he really. Had A feel for it. But the the two guys that made Monday night football at the initial made it go. Was Howard Cosell Don Mayor I'm they're total opposites. You know you've got Don. Meredith this guy from cut shoe Texas. You grew up in the southwest and here's here's here's this guy from New York and and ended up in Miami doing radio at their total different personalities, and they never got along. Like cosell loved the stages. You imagine after the game to go back to the to the bar, heed stay there to the last guy was take a drink because he wanted to entertain them, he would. He was uniquely Misunderstood Guy, but very important guy to the national football league. You last one then I'll call you back around the corner you You're familiar with longtime vikings. Pr, Mogo Bob Hagan Right. I think I know about it a little bit. Yeah, okay so with Bobby. You know what we do here is. We get with Bobby? Then he gets with a man named Lester Bagley then Bagley gets with the new Chief Operating Officer Andrew Miller and through all that when we are able to gather just a little bit hayley sings. The Star spangled banner at at home game. There you are what? There you are You know Bob Hagan is such a beer, so he's so talented, and what's good about his job there? He grew up a Viking Fan. He he he knew. The old time Vikings ourselves and and saw the beginning of the whole thing, and he has a great feel for the history of the Vikings, and and you know all the pro football I green. Bay Chicago half their their their history, a little bit longer than ours. But think about our histories, but grant still living in going. Jerry Burns is still living and going Jim Marshall Allen Page Carl L. A. Paul Krause still living going and I am here to write and I. History is so rich. Yes, we missed. Those super bowls and I wish I could go back and do them again, but We really get you know what we didn't understand the magnitude of Super, Bowl. We really did. And that was very early on in this whole thing and If we could win three championship, Games is the three people we beat in championship. Games were just as good as the free people. We lost two in the Super Bowl, but it just didn't work out, so we have that, but we've overcome the franchise. itself quite frankly has overcome. The disappointment of not winning, those super bowls are ready, not being back in the Super Bowl yes since I last won what superbowl eleven yeah I mean it's forty some years H., o., F., yeah, and we in. We were in for the first eleven. MAZING, Hey, I got some more bottom line, dot, APP questions and some more football questions I'm. GonNa call you right back? Okay all right now. That's Fran Tarkenton HBO. F. Radio, every the week nine to noon and When when we return, we'll get into some football with Fran and much more H. O. F. now hall of fame convenience is provided each and every day including right now at quick trip, so stop by a quick trip. Get that request rewards card eventually save some money. If fuel recognize how how they sanitize sanitizer. Quick trip. You'll see it immediately when you walk in. It's not like it's. It's it's clumpy. It's not like they're all on top. 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Glenn, we've got a couple of MINNESOTA. People have had lake and right at the base of the Smoky Mountains and we've got good golf courses up there. Nick loves to play golf and. What does it? Plays off the coaches football, and he's very frustrated also that he's you know college just as well as pro coaches. I mean my goodness in college. Especially you know you've. All of a young kids, the freshman class you've never seen. And everything's virtual and such unknown down here in the SEC's. It isn't NFL. Football but down here SEC football is a religion and. The seats of every state has got nine hundred ten thousand seats, and it's a competitive leg and. He's he's sixty seven, maybe sixty eight and yeah. I could tell he's got some frustration as I'm sure, examined all the coaches, the NFL and How am I going to manage slew this? This is all new things for them, and and they're in in in the football practice in modern day, football everything is so precise. Got More sister coaches, more people more film more fish. You really, but how do I? How do I teach? And how do I coach and how do i? Make this work virtual reality and it's a lot of uncertainty in that will for sure a Fran I mean you know with Georgia the way your governor works as aggressive as he is I, mean if the SEC would permit it, he probably would say okay. twenty-five, thirty thousand in the stadium in Athens to watch bulldogs football right. Yeah, I think he. Would you know and Governor's from Georgia went to University of Georgia. Is is mother was at school with me? and. I I didn't know any back then, but he didn't fold saying here, and he opened up three weeks ago and it's done fine, and I think what you're going to see now. I was reading a thing this morning. The guy that was an Obama so. He's just a finance guy was in. A group there is a professor at. Harvard now and he just said flat out this morning. That this is GonNa be the biggest third or fourth call the biggest comeback. Economically that this country's ever seen in the reasons as it's because we went to zero. Everything, shut down, and now the people are just forcing the same to go down. I had a doctor told me one of my doctors. Here's has. Searching Emery said everybody's GonNa. Get this lives at some point. But. We're going to be able to treat it and it's not yet. I is out of viruses. It's so much unknown so much. This ain't got caught up in a political year. you know five months? A broken election, and and and and it just it just gained the momentum all across the world. People shut up shut down. I A lot of unknowns here I I always get a little. Get through it. You know now about go ahead. I've done no Fran Fran Tarkenton nine to noon every other week days, but it's a Tuesday because the Memorial Day so. It's Tarkenton Tuesday Hall of fame quarterback rate is history of Vikings and the bottom line dot APP with with those small businesses. What forgot to ask you earlier? Is You mentioned like from a small business standpoint? People are pushing forward through this purge but I. You know more about this than me Fran. Fran, I would guess rent and door mortgage in certain spots less than it was say three months ago, advertising rates wherever for your small business, probably less than they were three months ago, so I mean if you got the capital and you got the idea, and you find the spot from a small business standpoint point. This is a good time to move forward well I. Guess Read Again this morning more registrations. This month's of May. For businesses. Then in a long long time. And I have a business partner eighty, which has been around seventy years. The payroll they this, but we. We worked with ADP for five years as a part that we have seven hundred fifty thousand small business customers. There are before this thing went off. There were five hundred fifty thousand startups in America every month. There's thirty million small businesses wonder twenty twenty-five employees out there and now that you've had all these layoffs. Tens of thousands and data and the pundits are saying that the more registrations today. Than we've had in years and years and years to open small businesses. I think it's going to just explode I. Think our economy's GonNa explode in this country is going to open up. Despite the politicians the bottom line dot APP to learn more. That's intriguing to you. It's the bottom line dot up. the late norm Van Brooklyn Okay I coach and Minnesota Vikings history your first, your first head coach, what with Norm Brooklyn, what we're though six years like. Well, you know. He was my hero when I came here. And he won a world championship. And I I watched it that his feet. at twenty one. He taught me so much football. He, he was the reason lear able to be too bad. Thirty, seven thirteen I, came in at the end of the first quarter and threw for four touchdowns rank for another. All because him. He was a genius understanding of a big issue. Phil Mickelson this. We talk about that chip shot if That and that match. How the brain based the the the grass scared that he had to move this. He did it in such detail they. Could take away a defense like that and teach me that I could have that. And we beat the bears. We won three games that year. He had unbelievable skills. His his fallout guy, he had suddenly demons. He was against so many people and he he had just volatile volatile personality that just was demon driven that that kept him from being an. Unbelievable coach and finally you know he's he he just it. He went too far they he went to the first time. Make tingle hustle. became all. Here's a free agent center. Is, third year he's becomes all pro each out Jim Ringo. A Green Bay. Any Vodka in the meeting room, says all crawl by asked you at all pro barnyard. He's country he just he's. He was self destructive. Yeah, and and and and but I'll tell you I don't I I give him the? Without bands rocks. When teach me the fundamentals of how to read? Out of the quarterback position. He was the most important mechanic for me now when I look back together with but grant to my career. That's a pretty good. That's pretty good foundation now now with norm, Van Brooklyn friend you know when when when I was Sinkhole, speculating and and and getting ready for today nineteen seventy-three was a super bowl season for you guys, okay, Nineteen seventy-three. Tell me about this program. You guys were nine and Oh 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 did and and and and that was it we. We hit him at a bad time. Because also the week before that sets a Natty, which was like the worst team in the AFC. They'd beat us even more handling the Falcons beat us. And I think it comes back to the time for both as back to back. Yeah, clinched division so early. That you know we, we didn't have that that that that same dry put shows you how narrow the margin is between the bottom teams, the top famous football. Last last one fram I, it's with with current age new age quarterbacks. You know 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 you 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 given you started nearly six days. With Roger, Roger The dodger hat? How many were there a million comparisons with Roger Staubach 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 way quarterback when I came in. I was afraid. There was pocket quarterbacks in any anything different than pocket quarterback. It you you. You were the the the wrong side. Of Town and I got mimicked I got that it took. 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 wartime. Throw the ball down the field. That's what Patrick Mahomes does. That's Russell Wilson that they can run, but what they forget. Is that they? They sell the ball when I. Dan Marino book. I'd look John United, says record. My records have touchdown passes yards. Game Fassi hold. Completion stood for seventeen years. The one closest to meet with seven years, Peyton Manning's record stood for three years, but one marina broke. My record of those touchdown passes or young I'm not sure which one. And and writers would would call me. Gosh I knew you were scrambled. Thought he will run or not. A passer. I had no idea you broke all the passing records. It was a total misunderstanding and so now. You going forward. If you're not a a two way, quarterback able to throw and able to be mobile, YOU'RE NOT GONNA be competitive in the national football. Well one of those quarterbacks and speaking of the cowboys is Dak Prescott I mean Yeah Dax taken in the fourth round. He's he's not a runner. Per Se like you or Roger The dodger Russell Wilson Mike Vick. Whomever but he does have some to way to him up with Dak. Are you a fan of Dak Prescott? I think he's a really good player. I think you'll get get better and he does have the facility to run and throw. Not as good as scramblers, Roger starbuck gloves, but then you go down south south of Alison thank south. To Houston, yeah and you and you've got that kid who came out of Clemson. Legitimate. to lake quarterback of great skills to run in scrambling great skills to flow, and that's what did what what you're doing now. The kid they get out of Lsu. you know who washed out at Ohio State, the number one pick by Cincinnati yeah like he can run, and he can throw, and he's in the modern day stream and he had to in this case. Here's a kid. That Ohio did what after looking for two years he played one year. Do all of that Lsu game do very well? They bring the offense coordinator. The quarterback coach for the New Orleans Saints. Who has studied under that coaches of Reyat Modern Day offices coordinator. He brings that guy over to Lsu. Put you in the right system as often, but in for. And this kid let it up and played any guy in college. Football number one draft. And and so you've got to get into the place for they've got somebody who understands modern day passing quarterbacking, and then they gotta understand that the person there if he if he not be NFL caliber. Pass Sir. All of them are that, but he's gotta be able to be mobile and scramble, and by time, and give us receivers more time to get down the field speakers, the speed of the receivers today is off the charts, the the bottom line dot at the bottom line dot APP to learn more about what to Francis in his constituency doe- with small businesses. It's the bottom line dot. APP Bram can't thank you enough for adjoining every other week. I will text and or talk to you soon then get you back on the radio and a couple of weeks. All right my pleasure. Thanks so much see about. Bran Tarkenton H. O.. Check this out. I just saw I think we tweeted out a winner earlier today, so you can be like Tom and win a one time. Mosquito prevention treatment for your entire property. It's courtesy a mosquito shield. You can go to KFI and DOT COM. Check out the contest page of setup before you've probably heard the the spots. I'm using mosquito shield now for three years, and it's no mosquitoes. 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You Got Tampa Guy I. know the player Rep for Tampa, a read something over the weekend Tampa Bay Carolina also in the mix where with whatever was was offered up, there was it was negative i. mean it was like no I mean it's like no, we're not saying we don't WanNa play where saying we don't want to move forward by forechecking faith under these particular circumstances. Yeah, so you know when it? By Forecasting A. If you're looking for live, sporting events with baseball, hockey, and or basketball, and thinking like Middle Ish to end dish job by. Mad Producer put it at eighty five percent. I mean that is a fat high number, but you have time on your side, because it's a month and change away so i. don't know if it's because. It's it's the root of attack. Nine to noon has taken or takes with the Hashtag Bheith and good morning. Hashtag Bay family, but Charles Barkley amplified would mad producer said by front court faith. He shared that in the opening segment. florio Bowman Gloom radio gets on, and he made. It seem like with MLB AN NHL NBA. By forecasting faith. July is starting that up. Yeah, H., O. F. comes on the radio and he's like well the the. Governor, Guy in Georgia, I mean if the SEC like says yes, move forward than bulldogs football in Athens maybe. Falcons football Mercedes. Benz Stadium I mean people there and mass maybe not completely fall, but with Fran I mean. We gotta find some money. I mean you you sold a house. You're buying a House I. got pay cut or furloughed terrorism, so we? We need to find money. Yes, with the a topic from France situation if we just take a deep breath, which all of a sudden. We're doing a lot more during days. Yeah, to catch breath because we have to check on each other's breathing multiple times a day because of copyright steely. Dan Expanding man terrorism. Money for stocks, but see then the problem would be as we. We wouldn't know where to put them right. I mean what I do like. If we get money for stocks because Francis, said that per some route from Harvard or something he read, or whatever quarters three and four are going to be biggest history United States of America going to be a bull, rush case with a bowl, rush, or the or the APP or the small business, or whatever how much by financial faith who do we follow up on this? I mean you sold the house. You scoop some chips. Cool talent supposed to work, but now you gotta buy one. Water. Heater terrorism too. So now with yours truly with everything transpire, we've gotta find some cash. We need some cash. I was about to ask for an for some cash on the radio. But. Then, but then we have to know like where to go with it. You know well, can't we? I'm just GONNA. Wait I. Know a guy, well I'm GonNa Hope Cory cove elite with stocks just like leaves up stock pages. Yeah on this computer like he did this morning. And then I'm just GonNa like call somebody and say A. Friend gave me this X. amount of dollars here. Can we do it? Yeah, I mean France headquarters three and four. That's good, he he made it sound like from a pandemic purge standpoint. It's twenty eight three Alcan's. But. Captain Goal in the stock market is about ready to do his thing on the comeback trail. Let's go James White let's go. Let's go by financial forecasting football, front court, and every type of fate, and every type of feast and faith maybes right, and then you got his daughter Hayley about this so I I'm researching O. F. over the weekend and come across a thirty two year old lady named Haley Tarkenton. Who Sings? And she's singing at a at a tavern in Atlanta at something. That just sounds heavenly right now. It's called the chicken ray. Be Awesome. It's all throughout like a little part of town fried chicken, grits, macaroni and cheese peach cobbler smother chicken. It's up our Alex Bar. It's a bar Alisa and then eventually would be coming out of alleys rather quickly, but it would be flavorful as a went in. So she singing it this thing like a year changing whatever she can sing I, mean Fran Tarkenton daughter Hayley can say and and she's very bluesy, so. Maybe. By falsetto faith. When something like this can happen. See We, we it would. We would need a favor from Julius. So that would be funky music, babe, yes, so now funk faith you get Hagen. Into, Bagley Bagley still hasn't gotten back to me about that. Super powerful US bank stadium WIFI MOLESTER FOR BET CANTERBURY DOT COM. Then, the new COO Andrew Miller. And then after that Haley, Tarkenton sings. The Star spangled. Banner of be perfect takes in the game that evening. BONKERS! Washington. Julius and Sunshine Margaret Cox doing a shocker song covering. Don't change horses by Tower of Power Than Julius does on up by Curtis Mayfield, but before we take our first break, we'd like to bring the daughter of the greatest quarterback in the history of Minnesota Vikings. Football Fran Tarkenton Haley Tarkenton. Come to the stage, and then they like sing a song. I have a seven and seven. You have, we'll do a beer or something. You have the drink of your choice. Sure it's darkish in bunkers. Yeah, which is music and mortality in erotic city, and this is all happening I mean that's funky music bates so maybe I mean. Maybe we can get all that going Haley Tarkenton. Star spangled banner chill. Then we get to bunkers. They sing a few songs, and then Haley comes up and sings with Julius and this is hours after. The Vikings beat the packers. In front of. Twenty thousand fans. But, it wouldn't be after the Vikings beat the Tampa. Bay buccaneers, because that's a road game and Brady as quarterback with the buccaneers brought this up with Florio and an elite football. Minds of seen it, which means mad producer is seen it late last week. at a Tampa school two hour workout Brady and some teammates, which of course included his is his best player. Mike Evans his tight end camera, bright, and it just absolute mastery with greatest of all time. At this workout, he brings Evans Bright and some other players, but of course he brings his center whose name is Ryan Jim Ryan Jan say always loved that one because captain cool has to get in unison with his center. WHO's a new center and they're guiding an offense which is a new offense and Mike Evans I've heard of you and I've seen you in. You're good, but it's still always knew so. That I mean I. Read it and I'm like that's next level because he's probably pushing the envelope as to who should be at the Tampa school probably pushing the envelope with. I don't WanNa. Say circumnavigating NFL. Roles are circumventing taking the circuitous route. I didn't know you could do that. A lot of people didn't know you could do that. NFL came out and said you can do that, so then I immediately went to. Cousins needs to be up here. Yeah, I don't know if he's in Michigan I. Don't know if he's with his pastor dad. Don in Orlando on exactly no, Kirk is maybe he's here. Cousins feel in just in Jefferson. Herb Smith junior year. Eaten impre I i. don't care where. But seriously. That needs to happen. Yeah, it needs to happen relatively soon, and let's get bradberry in the mix. Why not come on come on Garrett? Get our center here to let's get off on the right foot here right and like spearfish Ami's listening or or somebody deeply immersed within the covenant I. Don't exactly know who is here. Okay? I don't either yeah, so like I. Don't know where Chris Boyd is, but I want Chris, Boyd opposite somebody who can run routes I mean. You got your guy for the Seattle Seahawks? Quinton Dunbar now not not the potent potentially felonious one Shaq Barrett. Now it's a coroner. Trey flowers maybe trey flowers bloom, so trey flowers is down Antonio Way. What's he do? Goes to the narrowcasting leader. Twitter didn't think it would blow up the way it did. which is dumb with all due respect because you're trey flowers and he's like I'm going to this school at two o'clock. I need some athletic receivers to come run routes. A million while a million people wanted to show front, but eventually I think twelve ish to fifteen ish got throw, and a couple of them play for UTSA University of Texas. At San, Antonio David Morgan go David Morgan, go marcus, Davenport, so he got a couple of collegiate receivers to run double moves and skinny posts and shallow crosses the nines against him just to get that breadcrumbs that much closer to a croutons. Yeah, just to take a step. Why don't we do that? We gotta do that. People do that in this state and safely gather find places you can do it, and it needs to begin with this quarterback cousins. You know I think. I assume that this has happened under the cover of darkness, and when you were talking with stay, lock you kind of mentioned a geyser light trying to sneak off to ranks right. That's gotta be a thing that's happening under the cover of darkness somewhere in this town so many nhl others live and operate here. Yeah, somebody's sneaking onto ranks late at night when the lights are out, and they're doing their thing so from a football standpoint, I mean we would hear about it I believe if clone how if Kirk and feeling in these guys showed up to EP. Yeah, but it absolutely. Why are we not doing this and I? Know Florida of. Of got the train moving restarting real life a little bit quicker than the state of Minnesota. Yeah, so maybe that plays into it I remember at one point. He was nearly cited for a police officer for be like an public park. Just hanging out Tom Brady new down trying to see the sights nearly got a ticket honey. It's been three things okay and I'm not going to go in chronological order, because I can't remember, but which one was first, but yeah, he went to a park to try to work out. Blue came by officer guys from Saint. Peter's happened to drive by and say you can't do that right? I'm Tom Brady. Yeah cool. Can I get a picture in an autograph, but you still can't go well. Secondly, then they're off it. You know their offensive coordinator. The box offensive coordinator Bruce Right. It's Bruce running the show. Offensive Coordinator is former JAGS quarterback. Byron left which. Hey! So Brady Nudity. Tapa gets into this gated community bed because he's going to see Byron left which early in the purge. Oh, is this the playbook thing? This is early in the perk. Yeah. I mean this is there so many morsels and layers and levels that go into next level success so early in the purge social distancing wear a mask shutdown quarantine. Do Anything he goes into a gated community. Looking for Byron left, which walks into the wrong house. Walks into the house. And this family is sitting down for like dinner and they get startled, so then he liked doesn't run, but he leaves, and then you know then eventually they're like. Oh, you're Tom Brady and looking for fire and left which you're not Byron left which Blah Blah Blah, but those are the and then now last week. Evans Bright I mean Blaine. Gabbert was at this workout it to be at any form of a purge related workout with captain Cole Gabbard had to be slobbering. Just probably was drooling and they made him wear a mask on the field because he was slobbering with right with what's next to him. I'm Blaine Gabbert. Your Tom. Brady, Oh, my God, so greatest of all time captain, Cole taking steps that I mean I'm eighty five eighty percent messing around here, but you know what the fifteen twenty twenty-five thirty percent where I'm not is were two months and change into this. You can fly. You can fly safely. You can find a place shutdown quarantine. Be Safe and sanitize here sure by the way two hours on the field with the eleven. Jefferson. Serve and Gareth bradberry man. That has to happen. See what we're learning about. Tom Brady though is. He's not comfortable in Tampa. Because up, in Boston, he could walk into a strange family's house. sit down, eat some of their dinner and leave, and then they would pray for him and to him after he laugh no doubt he wasn't worried about being caught in a park working out, because Boston blue would not interrupt or come in within a hundred yards of. Of Number Twelve, so he's moving from hallowed grounds down to Tampa. They're not used to seeing Tom. They don't know how to handle them yet, so give them give them until by week. They'll figure it out and know that they need to leave the best ever play the game to do his own work. Our in three minutes from now could be an incredibly big spot for twenty twenty Major League Baseball techy talks about that and more around the corner. Free. D-. What's going on? What's up here? The the commissioner call with the owners presenting face to in the return to play plan that takes place in five nine minutes. got got to be a little exciting right I. think it is I. Mean I think. We talked a little bit about this last week. And I think some of the issues in terms of figuring out a split of revenue in some of the those details are going to be what the two sides fight over, but once we've reached the stage where the majority of governors including in Minnesota are starting to open things back up again and we've had some states say we're open, totally open for business for any sporting events that want to happen here obviously with no fans I think it's. It's only a matter of time then it's. It's only a matter of of detail that they can work out until this thing starts. Something resembling a season, I mean you're gonNA. Have probably half of the season. You're going to have some sort of older playoff. You'RE GONNA have a a world series winner hopefully and I think at that point then. Obviously, the the big question is. Will one hundred percent of the players be involved with some players choose to opt out, but either way like you said I think there's definitely momentum you'd think you'd think. There's a side of you Erin given this. This has been a big year for you. Erin. Claiming the athletic the athletic dot COM Aaron glam DOT COM at Airing Lehman via twitter. You're you're down at Fort Myers back. You get down there twice. They shut the Biaggi down. We got the pandemic purge here. We are without the. The commissioner and the owners meeting today at or conference call it to at noon. That is unfazed to a return to play plan all thank so like they get together in hub cities, or whatever and your not able to take the next step in what you felt would be the next step covering games on site, going road trips and stop e. you still would be cool with all that just to get it going again, right? Yeah, I mean it's disappointing like you said I was My Year I was going to be in the clubhouse every day during the during the beat reporter. Thing and I got a taste of it. In spring training for two three weeks, which was it was interesting was fun I thought I got got a little bit better in in a short time, but ultimately I just WanNa Watch baseball again whether that means I have to. Sit on my couch and watch it on TV and write about it that way, or there's some sort of limited. Media access who knows but yeah I think. You know it's the same fans are probably feeling the same way. They'd love to be sitting on the third base line at target field on a sunny afternoon, watching the game, but if that's not an option, I think certainly will take the the TV option the Aaron the the piece as part of the the protocol about not wearing after games. You know have that if it's too, it just bugs me a little bit I understand I understand what can go into what I think is. Really overly precautious way to look at things I mean you. You've probably heard that eight million times because you're in a league. Baseball mind you play a game somewhere. You're hot. You're sweaty then you gotta fly to another city. Does that mean you're flying? While while you're all hot, sweaty and stinky I mean they're not gonNA. Send Guy they're not going to say. Go back to all your condos and houses and shower, and then meet back at the airport in three hours. That's not really something that's going to happen at midnight on a random day. I don't know I mean I. It seems to me that. You know you're committing or at least you're. You're trying to push toward doing something that in itself is not particularly. Cautious, which is playing sports, which is a non essential thing I mean you will not find anyone who loves baseball more than me, but obviously it's a not an essential thing, but we've decided I think collectively or certainly major league baseball owners decided. We're going to bring this thing back at and that in itself is not the healthiest thing, and then within that they're trying to put in as many sort of. Of little details that are GONNA. See, we're taking every precaution, but you're only really taking every precaution within under the umbrella thing that in itself is not taking any precautions, which is, we're going to get a bunch of people here. A bunch of different states. We're going to travel. We're GONNA play baseball all that stuff, so yeah I mean I agree. Some of that stuff is ridiculous on the other hand. In all that gives someone a sense of of you know call minute that would normally have an it convinces people that the right things being done I. Guess Maybe it's. It's window dressing, but it's affective. From the from the the initial proposal phase, one now face to chat today or owners, noon and everything. What what are some other things you pulled from that that proposal that now after we discussed it low key a week later have kind of left a lasting impression that you're just thinking about women the part about how they're gonNA break up the schedule because they're gonNA play. Basically, they're hoping to play basically half the. The season, but they're not just going to play the second half of the existing schedule. They're gonNA. Wipe that away. You'RE GONNA. It sounds like only played teams from your division, and the corresponding division in the National League for the twins are getting the cubs in the cardinals, and the brewers, the pirates and the reds, which from the twins point of view. That's pretty favorable. That's his favourable. You'RE GOING TO BE I. I think that's wins. You can make a pretty strong argument that they're the best team out of ten central teams, as they should be the favorite, actually probably in better shape schedule-wise, but to me. That's the interesting part, because if you're going to divvy up playoff spots based on what is a very very very unbalanced schedule. That's GONNA run into some problems, too. You can have a whole bunch of games against National League. League teams You're going to have a whole bunch of games against the Tigers in the royal, so I think it's actually a chance for the twins to kind. Push forward with a very strong record, probably even stronger than it would have been if they would have been playing the the Yankees and the red sox in the rays and the Astros, and all that what what he thinks Sergio Romo's doing these days. Probably something we probably something very weird. That involves him talking nonstop. Those one of the disappointments for me is like you know. We just talked about this, but I show up in spring training I go twice total I don't know twenty days or something like that I spent down there, and I really got my first glimpse at guys like Sergio Romo or Josh Donaldson or some of. Of the the better personalities in that in that clubhouse, and you hear all this stuff about Romani looks like a fun guy, and then you step in there and you realize within five minutes like this guy is nuts, but he's not in like a very fun way and you know I. I would think having someone like that in a work environment especially at a time like this. Can Be sort of helpful at the same time. You know. Romo Nelson Cruz. There are few other Guy Tyler Clipper also in that boat. They're nearing the end of the line here and so as great as they were last season particularly Nelson Cruz. You know the fact that he's now putting his career at age thirty nine on hold and I think we're almost thirty six. It's the same thing at. At some point here you go so long between not only playing a regular game, but even between spring training and rampant things back up I. Think there's some risks that some of the older players you might be a little bit rusty, or you might have lost the half Scott a a techie. I looked closely at my most recent comcast bill and I don't know what provider you have. MLB X rents I mean I've had it for two years. I know it rolls over to the next year unless you cancel it I. Wonder I wonder if they rolled that sucker over on me, even though there ain't no games right now, that is an excellent question. I am on DIRECTTV. In the I've been a subscriber since. Eight years ten years, whatever it is always just rolls over I, wonder if it could be similar I, guess two teams refunding money for tickets and season tickets right, which is until everyone knows exactly what the plan is I think all sides are sort of hesitant to refund that an also that money. It's not like that money whether it's direct TV's money or the twins money, or whatever just kind of sits in checking account somewhere it's it's not liquid. It's hard to talking to some of the twins people. It's hard to just refund one hundred percent of that money because it's gone somewhere, but yeah I mean. I would kill to to flip on MLB extra innings at like eleven forty five our time, and watch like the the ninth inning of some meaningless giants, road, game or something. techie. How great does a low scoring boring Seattle Mariners Oakland athletics game in Bozeman to know fans active except blowup dolls with mass. How freaking great does that sound? Oh, I would pay pay a few hundred dollars for that. Yeah, you get some heat up some leftover Chinese girlfriends already in bed. The cat sleeping next to me. That's that's the dream come true, and that's why you know like you asked earlier like how disappointed I would be the not actually be covering the team, and I would be, and I know I've also heard from people asking Wolf they play eighty game weird schedule with an abbreviated playoff. Is The champion really a world series champion? My thing is. Going to be, we're going. Yeah, I agree I mean if baseball comes back and they play five gains followed by a one game world series. Whoever wins that thing is going to be hyped up because we've been the build up to this is is so extraordinary and I feel like everyone's just ready to run through a wall just to catch a glimpse of like you said some otherwise boring west coast game You know that nobody really would care about, but I would I would pay big bucks to watch that now. And how was your beloved Bj? I mean she's. She's fine. I think she's completely sick of sharing a Home Office with me, which was to be expected, but the thing we run into is like I'm just sitting here. Bs and I'm writing articles. I'm calling into your show. She's like on these calls where they're talking about like you know millions of dollars worth of stuff shifting this around and I'm like man. This is weird, because are dumb. Cat just walks from room to room screaming. So whoever's on Zoom? Call gets her in the background and I feel like it's so weird, because technically we're both working from home. But I'm just writing lists about the twins, and and NBS with you once a week, and she's actually doing stuff that matters, and how was your mom? She's all right. She We sent her a bunch of masks. She's walking around the neighborhood. Getting some food delivered I feel like. She had just retired actually after like. You know fifty some years of working, so I don't know that her plans changed all that much having to stay home major league baseball with like marijuana. Giants in Bozeman or Park City or maybe Saint Charles Utah but but baseball in July I mean it's. What is it like an eighty percent her? That you mean that some season's GonNa start up in July. Yeah I. Mean I think in less the players association. Is just completely against what they're proposing. Whatever proposal? They're gonNA. Get maybe as soon as today or tomorrow. I think it's inevitable that the only like the big question I have is not so much. Are they going to push forward with the season? My question is what happens. If some players test positive or across the country, this thing goes into a second course where it gets bad again. I wonder like I. Don't think you can pause it I think if this thing goes on pause again. Again, you're just shutting down completely the whole season so to me. That's the big question is. Can they play a full eighty game? They play a playoff without running into more problems with this thing versus yeah I think it's probably I. Don't know seventy five eighty percent. There's a there's at least a plan put in place, but then a lot can happen between now and July to A. Post vocal maintenance. One of my goals is to get better with break-times. Catch you off guard here. You got something going on. Ain't no big deal, get. Can I call you back in a few minutes oh? Of course, yeah, thanks! Aaron Glenn the athletic the Athletic Dot. COM, for more baseball conversation with techy. Don't leave. Your Music Your station your podcast in. It's always free. It's the free iheartradio APP always year that's especially for during times when you want to stay connected or need to be informed with access to thousands of live radio stations, so you know the very latest at all talk, and if you're gonNA stay connected to the fan about that iheartradio. APP On your smart, speaker on your phone. It's everywhere. It's always free download that iheartradio APP now. They check in with. Erin. Hello. When's the last time like you? I mean you're of course. Breathing oxygen where you live now in your. Washing Tony and swanky apartment certain part of Minneapolis blood. The Pen House really wanted to script map beloved Bj by your side Yeah. But like when's the last time you went outside and actually breathed there? Oh, I've been out a couple of times a week. You know. Put the mask guy. Go pick up some food. Put the mask on go record. A podcast with the with the twins keep John. I've been I probably been out. Almost as much as I would be normally actually, maybe not as long maybe not interacting with many people, but you know I throw that mask on. I drive around a little bit. Are you cracking in the purge? Yes but I. I mean I was already like that. I was a little bit. I was a little bit off to begin with so my goal basically right now is to during the day. Not Annoy the other person working in this apartment, and then at night basically just drink a little and watch television, and then go to sleep and do it all over again. which I know has been, nor does approach I've talked about that I. think that's a it's. It's an approach that works for everyone at. At, this point well I mean you the we need to include you in two hour weekday covenant and it's a fair question, but it only has emerged a sense shutdown central park. Pandemic purge has jumped into our lives. What I mean here is like when I get here. KFI In and I see mad producer and I walk into that sneaky side studio. First thing we ask each other house your breathing, simply because we want to make sure our breathing is okay by being out of shape, not walking. Walking Ni- jogging, not lifting weights, maybe being expanding men, or this is the day of the expanding man so like for you Aaron. How's your breathing? Well, here's my plan for all of this. I've come up with a brilliant brilliant thing when we're all out of quarantine whenever the everything opens back up again. I'm just going to be casually dropping the fact that Oh, it was tough like I couldn't work out. You must not have been able to work out I. Put on so much weight, meanwhile I think. Think I'm down like a pound and a half I only way at nine hundred ninety nine pounds now at this point, but that's GonNa be my thing. I'm going to try to trick everyone into thinking. I was in good shape before this happened and now look Aaron AG techie at Aaron Glenn Dot. com. You say like you know you'll do this. You'll do a B and C. Beloved bj gets tucked away. Cats quiet couple of drinks. You Watch TV. What in the hell do you watch on TV? We've got I. mean honestly we watch the. There's a show called Beau Jack Horsemen, which is on Netflix. We watched all six seasons of that in probably like two weeks. A lot of house hunters lot of property brothers, lot of top chef, basically any weird like home, improvement or cooking competition, nothing nothing I would describe as like real plot heavy. Because we neither of us have the attention span. At this point. Our brains have turned to mush, so we can only watch something for like twenty two minutes at a time, did Did You Watch the WACO series? No, I haven't. Is that good? I liked it. And I were thinking about. Getting an actor from the the Waco Series on Netflix nine to noon, because Nortel after watching the full Waco series, and not reading up anything on it, he he has a strong David. Koresh got a bad rap stance. will boy that we may need to? There's a hot hot sports. There's a there's a skip. Skip bayless style hot sports. Yeah, man, so he was misunderstood. Yeah! I'd put down the flight attendant, Not Waco We finished mic millions. The I watched that too those solid. Yeah, it was good, but. I mean when it went full tiger king like in the middle of a word it was just it was Hicksville USA parts that you just didn't completely understand so I thought it started beautifully, and then it ended very very quietly. Don't you agree the other thing I found myself? Yeah, it was. It was never like peaked. Really it just was decent. The other thing I found myself like turning into my grandfather. Where now no matter what I'm watching any time they do something like shake hands or someone, kisses, or someone's out in public. I just say to the television no-one in. In particular while you couldn't do that now. I probably said that like a thousand times I'm just turning into like an eighty five year old guy an thing this week I'm finding particularly tough because right now at this moment I would be calling you from New York because I was supposed to be going on the twins road trips in Yankee, stadium, which was gonna be my first time at Yankee stadium, covering them and instead here I am watching repeats of the property brothers for eightieth time the property what nor watches some property bit online, but it's not the. It's not the brothers. You wouldn't believe how these evictions take place to. Find it for me in the Bible. The age eighteen cutoff I have this David Koresh Tech. Aaron Glenn The athletic the athletic dot com Aaron Gleaming Nyerere and gleaming DOT COM. You know why you know. I am a fan of the athletic right. Yes, mashed, Mash. Your question because I looked. I am reading as I've mentioned to you and Johnny Athletic I. I'm reading the athletic more now than I ever have because simply because I'm tying it like during the purge and I've mentioned this before and I'm dead serious about today, G. for my life individually speaking for me and my covenant, taking things in Patches is. Is Very important so three or four our patch get this accomplished, three or four. Our patch than this like the flight attendant hit me. was something the other day about June eighth? I'm like your your freaking mind with all due respect. I can't even figure out what's happening at seven this evening. Trying to get this mind going in the purge, you know what I mean so like in patches as you take things in patches and and and that that that can be beneficial to purging your way through. And the athletic has been part of like my early evening patch generally tied with food network so like one of the most recent things that I that I enjoyed to a certain extent, was whomever pushed out fifty on twitter follows for the NFL all right now you you you, you and I discussed analytics and Sports, analytics and baseball batting average balls in play for war halt then. When when it comes to analytics and the National Football League okay. I'm going to say it does not fit or Mesh as well as Major, League. Baseball. Would you agree with that? I mean I think there's two reasons for that. I agree one is just behind in terms of the timeline like the stuff that people started working with baseball in the in the eighties with like Bill James and the old school. Guys now I feel like that's sort of at the stage where football is ad or maybe was at five or ten years ago, so they're just sort of behind, but then also baseball is lends itself to stats, because it's really just a series of one on one matchup instantly. Whereas football, it's hard to judge a running back without also taking into account the often of line, the defensive line all that stuff, so there's so many like more grey areas I think in football, but with that said you know we have a Guy Arief assign who writes analytically base stuff about the vikings, and there's a lot of. I like a guy named. Bill Barnwell at ESPN not to to take away from the athletic, but I do find myself reading a lot more, but yeah, there's just a level of uncertainty. Right with with all that that isn't quite there with right, and that's what I'm getting at and Barnwell. The ESPN bit was one of the listed fifty and I've had a reform. The Radio Show I've known Aretha Song for years and and wreath his work. Ethic is laborious. Okay, he's indefatigable. He really really puts a lot. Lot into what he does. It's just a lot of those. Tout's for the fifty best twitter accounts to follow in the NFL. They were so and from the athletic they were so analytically based, and it's all joke around about trying to read some of these proposals stories, and how whatever players association gets together with whatever league and they're complicated stories and Kinda boring. Okay, anal- analytics can be that way a little bit at but I'm not intimidated by it if it's going to enhance my football, mind I just. I still can't exactly get a feel for how it fits in such an emotionally physical once a week game. That's that's like where I'm struggling. You know yes, the once a week. That is part of what I've been fascinated with trying to get deeper and deeper into in the football analytics, and that type of writing, which is you know if if you're gonNA, analyze it in the same sort of sample size you would. Would with baseball. You'd be breaking down like the first series of every game as if it were a week's worth of games in baseball or something like that and so I think you're right that it gets tricky I mean basically you know if a quarterback three good throws in one game. That's the difference between him being bad and Ambien. Great and I just wonder like how much noise is within that but. But with that said you can only deal with the sample size you have, and obviously the fact that football's only once a week is a huge part of what's made it so popular. Is that every event are? Every game feels like an actual event, whereas even in baseball, even a game that matters in September between two teams. It's like it's just one of one sixty two, so yeah I. do think there's some. Some tricky aspects to try to try to make sense of both those things when one sport place ten times, the number of games in even we're talking right now about. Can they restart a shortened eighty game scheduled for baseball? Will that still blows away a sixteen or seventeen game scheduled for the NFL, and yet it's still the baseball. Fans may include like I. Dunno, that's not very long. That's such a small sample. I know MLB NFL Kgalema in the leagues, obviously undoubtedly have plans that maybe they've talked about or keeping in their back pockets for what happens when somebody within the Covenant Test Positive for covert What once they? They gather July August whatever they start playing So of course they're prepared for it. But what do you think the reaction will be say? MLB gets going I and within four days of it, so-and-so has tested positive. Here's what's going to happen. What do you think the overall reaction will be? I, think a lot of it depends on what's happening with the country as a whole at that point i. mean if the numbers are still rising. Across the country which just the average Joe trying to get back to work I think you're GonNa have a problem there I think they're going to have roster. Set up so that if someone does test positive for it, they get immediately quarantine next man up steps in, but yeah, if you start having a few of those on the same team or you start having one on a lot of teams. I think it's going to be an issue where they're just GONNA. Be a public health issue at some point, because then you're sort of spreading it like we said in a non essential capacity just sort of. Willing to live with it to get an entertainment product and the thing I wonder about that I. Don't think we can know until it happens. Is If a couple guys test positive? Let's say on the twins. It's one thing to say. We're going to remove those from the roster for two three weeks. You know somebody will replace him. They're totally quarantine. We can move forward, but at some point. Point you're going to have their teammates or coaches or somebody involved in the team say I. Don't know that I really want to be in this clubhouse anymore I. Don't know that I really WanNa be in this situation anymore. If we're having multiple people test positive particularly. If you have some immune compromise players, you have some people who certainly family members that they live with can't afford to. Contract this thing so that's the one I think sort of looming thing that could potentially wreck aldus Friday night seven o'clock for nine to noon with the rue party, the virtual bed the the Reu parties you have attended like if the poor house or whatever How much do you like those how much you miss those? I just remember. Yeah. We were at the poor house they asked both of us. Come on stage with Chris. Hockey's band and I of course said Oh God I would never do that I will be in the exact back of the room and John Bonus. My Co host was on stage. Stage before they finish their sentence. Ask Him to be on stage and I have an entire phone like forty gigs, worth of videos of him drunkenly dancing on stage next to to sauce in hockey and so yeah, I'll never forget that I. don't know if we'll be able to completely recreate that on a virtual front, but I'd like to see them. Try I g the athletic. The Athletic Dot Com speaking of the Geeky John Bonus podcasts baseball stats one. Oh One, would you guys go over? We basically I mean a lot of the stuff that you and I talk about you know the warps in the warps and. And all this stuff. Like what does it mean? What's overrated underrated? What do you need to know? What don't you need to know 'cause we realized you know we talk a lot about this stuff as if everyone knows it, but I think once in a while in pandemic. Certainly it's decent, suggests pause and say here's what this actually means. Here's what this actually means. Some of the stuff you can ignore. Some of this stuff is more important than you think and you know it's. It's certainly nerdy, even by our standards, but I think the the reaction to. It's been pretty positive, and that's. That's the totally free episode gleaming. Gleaming in the Geek is the name of the podcast. You can get on spotify or apple or wherever you get podcasts. It's It was a pretty fun show I think with. I'd probably will get more into this next week, but the twins all time fantasy draft that I believe you and your your cohort Dan Hays may be more dead. What the twins all time fantasy draft light like what made it so fun? And and what did you learn what we tried to figure out where basically it was Dan Hays me and our editors appears. We all were going to draft a twenty six man roster and then. Compete against each other so like you're drafting Kirby or you draft and Joe Mauer or Santana killebrew, and so it was interesting because we weren't really drafting by. We're kind of drafting by their peak value, so we tried to say who had the best three year peak, but then you also have Jack Morris who made an amazing impact, but we're only in Minnesota for one year with the twins, so it was tricky I think Dan. Hays shook things up by by taking Johan number one overall with which sent a scrambling and freaking out and yeah. It was fun in next week. We're. We're going to have an article where we actually simulated a full hundred and sixty two game season where those three teams only compete against each other to determine, who the actual winter so way if Johan going. I shook you up. Why like who should have gone I I mean Kirby. Maybe killebrew Rod Karoo I mean. You'll Hans Great Johan is literally my favorite baseball player of all time but I think if you said. said. WHO's the greatest twins player of all time? He probably be closer to fifth then I but you know what I mean. If you WANNA, slow harmon and you want WanNa Slow Kirby. You gotTa Pitcher Man. You got to have Johann. That was his exact reasoning. When we were freaking out at the time of the draft, he said look. He's the most dominant pitcher in the history of the Minnesota twins and they have A. A handful of dominant hitters, so why wouldn't I take the guy from the scarcest position? It's tough to argue with that I just mad because I was planning to take Johan third or fourth You're my God I appreciate you Connoisseur Quality Manischewitz gentleman scholar iron gleaming. Dot Com. Thank you very much. Erin and I'll call you soon. See and next week got you? That's that's the techie. AARON GLEAM IN OUR TWINS TECHY A. 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Wait until tomorrow Nancy they just. If. There, there are things that pop during the purge that get me going, but then make me confused. It's like Charles Robinson. Robinson with Yahoo. Dot Com. He very well respected with an NFL circles. Then you got I can't exactly remember what you said. Earlier today about NHL with the by four checking faith started the show nine to noon goes back to full strength, always word that's debatable Copyright Ryan, Cardinal and fire helmet guy, and then like you know by frontcourt faith what what's up of the NBA and stuff with the NHL, did you? Did you have something happening today? Three thirty central I did not have, and that's new. It's all coming out. It's fresh, so this is good that it's all coming out of because you know what. Even? Even if this is. A. Pandemic distraction factor, bleep, tease now game. Yeah I'll take it I will take all the TS, and it's not. It's not you know like okay. Keep telling us these fairy tales, because eventually there will be a happy ending I. don't care it just it plays into something out man I swear I think month and change you. Go you just. You brought up sitting in the score six eighty and we might have gotten into it a little bit, but it's just we go over and bounce back and forth so many things during pandemic purge nine to noon radio. Yeah, it's like at least somebody is try. It's I can't remember what was happening in my. It might have been around the draft man when it's like. At least Goodell is pushing through with this right. At least this league is thinking creating benchmarks to think forward to move forward absolutely right, which obviously with with businesses period it's to be expected, but businesses at that level you know where it involves. multi-state states travel people in Gel people from all over the world. Baseball men again all that kind of stuff you know you you went down. The road of I'm very impressed by or happy that at least they're trying. Yeah, the diligence right, but see that diligence now diligence is. Diligence is meeting desperation. Now, yeah, I can see that and I don't want the word desperation to be mistaken here or to be taken out of context when it comes to things that are legitimately desperate in the world. Yeah, we're talking about those individual entities and businesses, taking the diligence to the diagrams, which now get you to a little bit of desperation where you know come up. If this plan's GonNa, Happen Y'all got to get forward with this now yet, so maybe we can start nhl or NBA in December, and like I said something a week or two ago and I. Don't know man I'm probably wrong. Don't care where I'm like you know Y Y, you know they're just so dead, said and pushing forward with this would no fans uprooting players. Hobbs A pay. Squabbles between PA's and owners The protocols can't shower showergate jump on a plane flight. Arlington Texas sitting next to Connie. NB SMELLS SWEATS A lot. I mean it just doesn't it doesn't? It doesn't seem. I don't want to say easy, but it just doesn't seem some of. It doesn't seem practical, right? It seems overly desperate all right, but nevertheless. We got four checking faith. Yeah, we do on on twitter and I. I'm pretty sure you didn't bring it up in the opening segment this. Is another Red Graham? Copyright you. That is leading to buy forechecking faith well I'm looking at here. Lebron! Via Twitter. He notes that there is a special. Taking place at three thirty. It's to announce. The twenty four team format agreement. That both the National Hockey League and the Players Association have signed. quake. Chelsea. This kind of there's only two hundred forty characters my God now the so the the the agreement is predicated on, and I I already threw away the Intel from the actual article. I read I read this morning. That's okay. That happens in the purge, but we started we started talking about this is as it was kind of leaked or put out there reported on last week, the idea of twenty four teams. Making this NHL playoff format. They don't want to deal with the Minnesota wild going. Yeah, but we were just one point out, and we had thirteen games left, and there's a national public health crisis. That kept us from getting on the ice and doing our thing, and we would have beaten Vegas that night. And who knows what would have happened correct because we always be vegas so? It would be twenty four teams instead of the original sixteen, adding four to each side, it'd be conference based and so the Minnesota, wild, being the tenth seed at this particular point via the standings would play against the Vancouver canucks. In a best of five series. And then would move on to play. I. Don't know where that would sit them if they advanced to play one of the top foresee. I hate that and then again. Maybe I'm dumb and I'm wrong and I don't care because I don't understand how the secondary type teams will get in this this thing this three of five to three whatever it is. Play get all legged up. And then the higher seeds are not as legged up or from a physical conditioning standpoint, not on par, and then you've got some freaking, l., bouncing stamkos or wait. That happens every year. Then you have some L. bouncing some high seed because they're in better shape. Yeah, and maybe that. Maybe that's a factor that's involved so I don't I mean there's no way to I guess. To create fairness across the board because there is such a lack of normalcy, but you'd have to look at it if if you're one of the top four seeds, your playoffs begin in the traditional round of eight in the conference, so we're Alex. You were mentioning. Tampa Bay in particular. He's the player rap one of guys. And then it was like Jordan. Martin nuke or something with with the canes. They both voted no format and they both basically said something similar where essentially it's well. My team was at the time may be competing for the President's Cup. I was already in a spot. And now you're put me in this weird playing on it and Tampa would have been one of the top four seeds, but they don't. WanNa be hanging out watching TV for a week, and then have to catch some hot team coming down to Tampa so or wherever the hell the hubs will be, and and the PA guy for said lightning repeatedly. Repeatedly, said look paraphrasing. Look we. We don't want you to think we don't WANNA play. We do WANNA play. Yeah, but then he laid out things that he didn't like you know correct, and in particular how this format would go, but ultimately if that's the announcement being made that they have agreed now to this format, it was it was voted upon by those player wraps in pass twenty nine to two so again. It was just Martin Nuke and corn canes enlightening down that said no, so it It appears as though once that set. Go wild now. Go beat those. And figure out when that actually will have now Charles Robinson long standing in media bit respected. Of Yahoo He tweeted this twenty x amount of minutes ago. Sources NFL head coaches could return to team facilities as early as next week with full squad many camps. Potentially on the docket for mid to later. Yeah Okay I can't get a handle. I can't get a handle on. The, who what where when or why with the National Football League and it doesn't matter with whom I chat because the people with whom I chat. You know many of them if they tell me what the plan is. They know that I'm like not going crack the micro twitter share it. Yeah, but but over the course of the last three to three and a half weeks things have changed and I brought it up with Borio. I felt three weeks ago I had elite in jail. Jail, where early, July, purple and gold, Facility Conditioning Strength, Ota, then training camp. What about those first two preseason games? I worry about that later. Then I chatted with somebody last week. Who is high ranking in the NFL and they're like can't see it until the end of July so I'm like wow, I can't get a handle on this thing. Con-. Yeah, and now Charles Robinson at Charles Robinson via twitter sources NFL head. Coaches could return team facilities as early as next week with. Could and potentially so I don't. I don't believe well respected. Scribe is going to is going to put that out there to get likes to re tweets now I. I I would agree. We ain't got to worry about that right now so this. Time to sell hope for reach tweets, and this goes down a road that we kinda started at least off Mike. And maybe it's a talker even for tomorrow or later this week where Goodell is going to have a problem legislating team by team versus making a grand sweeping league wide policy, because there are teams in states and cities right now that have the opportunity to do things that other teams do not so things are a little more lenient door less restricted in the state of Florida right now for instance in. In several other states more so than it is in the state of Minnesota. So, how does that impact? Thanks, so if if they're you know that's I, think the where the potentially comes in is if I'm Mike Zimmer and I'm the Vikings and I see you know. XYZ team the the lions or the packers able to do things right now in June that I'm not able to I'm pissed off. Yeah, and I'm to absolutely go volcanic over that, so whether it's potentially turns into probably turns into full green light. The sooner the better. In terms of if you're making the protocol setting, you're crossing off those near checking those boxes and clearing the hurdles and get back to it. I love it. Yeah, with its I fe it is, it's it's by. It's by football faith to a certain extent by four checking faith. Diligence goes to diagrams which gets to desperation which gets to drop day, which gets to a couple of days double ds. And the drop day his arm is like when. When. Something of significance that is different actually happens. Yes, okay, so we best laid plans copyright, the Cliche, whatever and diligence cool. Diagrams Better Bettman three thirty today. NHL Network I mean it's exactly the way you laid it out from Pierre Lebrun, who is soon or while respected hockey guy with the athletic, and he notes the future hurdles that you mentioned as well though so getting the pay and all of that. Yeah, so, but you know what Lebron he doesn't have a could or a potentially. He has the word agreement. 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Fran Tarkenton with PA #92Noon!

"Affair! On. Our Man. Chances. In. Football piece. Voice of does. Time for two more. H. H. O. F. Brand Charleston is Paul Allen. How are you? Ball Alley Good Morning Sir Fran great to hear from you greatest quarterback in the history of Vikings football a couple of weeks ago when we had the man on the fan surprised him with a with a bud grant, calling into the second segment, some more surprises, coming the way up for Mr Tarkenton, and coming weeks, but I without with your personal covenant. Fran your daughter Hayley. is a terrific singer. I when I was researching some things to to bring up today I watched her sing on Youtube at an Atlanta. Tavern at something called the chicken raid. your daughter, Hayley terrific singer. Well, you know she's She's thirty two years old. She beautiful young woman looks like a mother and. And she just loves to say. She loves to down here. Probably it's not any different than in the twin cities. We have opportunities down here at. At restaurants and bars, and so forth where they have live singing. And we have it all throughout the south and she. She has a band and they traveled to national and back and forth. And you don't have to own a Paul. They don't make much money saying unless you're at the top end, go out there and sing and write songs and do what you. Love to do and we'll make sure that you can eat three meals a day. She loves it and I've never seen anybody that performed singing at these clubs that. Wants this thing they love the music they love to entertain, and she's no different, so it's A. It's a blessing to see her happy. Because she likes to. Do Her do our thing and bring bringing. To, people without with your daughter Haley when she sings I mean does she liked like school are in be. She's got kind of a bluesy voice. We off you, but you know it's an interesting thing. MY WIFE IS A. Beatles nuts, and that generation music and my daughter is also. And so you know she's. She's coming more back from that time, but she's blues. and and and and but she's got a background of blocking and and and the whole late fifties and early sixties. That's her favorite music yeah. What Fran, what's the chicken raid? Well, you know we've got so many little places unique to the south down here you know. Chicken is a staple down here. Fried Chicken is a staple down here, and and and so and that's that's kind of a tavern that serves. Southern southern food. Menu, that's what it is the the I. Mean you know a better than me because you got a thirty two year old daughter trying to get into it, but the the music industry man that seems like a very tough nut to crack. Now it is, and you know. What a gift! If these people have that can sing like Barbara, streisand and they've got this. This voice of these tools to be able to Selene de on I I. I've watched Lane Dion out in Vegas a couple of years ago, cried the whole time to be able to make that kind of music, but you know just the very late. are able to make a living doing it, but there's so many people all over Atlanta and I'm sure all over the twin cities people that just love. Love to music, and they do it for Penance, and they love it, and they always have a smile on their faces. She's no different. Thank God. She doesn't have to make a living by because I can support her and I told her that a Fran. How about down Memory Lane? We go back when you were when you were running around and starting the H. O. F. career norm, Bam Broccoli and stuff like that. Etta James Ella Fitzgerald. aretha Franklin some some female vocalist like that holy cow. Yeah and you know I'll tell you an interesting thing. I I thought Barbra streisand at eighteen or nineteen or twenty I was traded back over giants and sixty seven I went down to see her. do I forget the show, but she was there and so young and so. Unbelievably talented and I saw her and Celine Dion together. and and how can you put voices together like that? It's just. It's just incredible. Fran Tarkenton nine to noon, F. Radio Good morning with with the bottom lying dot APP, and I might I might get a little more into this in in in our second segment about these start-up businesses, but like the bottom line dot APP and. Startups small businesses. How do you get those going right now? If you got the capital and you got an idea, but but you have concerns to. But they got concerns and every part of life that we're starting out. But I was reading just this morning there there. They got record number of small business people registering to build a new business. This thing is going to explode now with every debate working for big companies laid off, and now they're gonNA. Take the take to step out there, and and what? That's what I've done all my life backyard. I mentioned I had to pay around seventy years old Washington. DC, I worked every sees a lot of play football. Up in. Minnesota I worked for holding Printing Company so there in Minneapolis I worked for Wilson Truck. System out in to fall. South Dakota and and you know. All of us need mentors. It was you know whether it's football whether a broadcasting a whether it's in starting running a business. You need mentors. I don't care if you're successful. You need mentors and the whole notion of of the bottom line dot APP I I do a one minute. It's once a week. One Minute is it is of of a new way of thinking it might be inspirational might give you an idea it's. It's my things that drive me. Get me out of my. Office and out there doing something and creating products and services that bring value to somebody else and and so many entrepreneurs. They were all alone is just being I. Don't have any help us out there. Just in charge nothing for this. This is all free And how would you like to have I would have liked to had veg. Lombardi you know. If he was still alive, giving me giving me. Advice as I'm building, my business is like we. We learn from other people we learn from people that have great success at leadership, and and that's the bottom line dot dot is all about and I and I I've done maybe fifty sixty of them already and I. Just keep adding to it you up. You mentioned the name Vince Lombardi why? Why do you think Bud Grant? Despises is a strong word, but I mean. Why do you think bud grant feels the way he does about Vince Lombardi? That is a great question and I didn't know until we had it on your show a couple of weeks ago and he said I didn't like him Bharti right and he's never. You never told me that the next time. I'm talking to him. I'm going to ask him why. I don't know He was a nighttime You know he was a you know, but you know we're all produce. Lombardi grew up in New York City. He didn't New Yorker. He's Italian he's A. Total different personalities for, but but that makes the greatness of of all the great coaches that I played for in new. Each one of 'em uniquely different. Should be something that we we can learn from them, but we all always gotta be authentic south and I just think body was a total different personality, then by grant, and so that that hit but wrong and I. I'm going to ask him next. Of course you'll tell me and he'll have a good reason for brand but bud. Is suggesting the name of the Super Bowl trophy should be changed to the Shula, not the Lombardi I mean that that's how far the road he goes with I. I know I just I. Just don't their personalities all the. Different. Nobody had personnel is different from everybody. On bardy was different from everybody I played for Tom Landry. He was a very quiet engineer type guy, and he and he was different from everybody and sure it was more likely regular guy and likes shoe He was just Kinda. He played a little football. He had a lot of. Talent as a as a player as a coach, and he was Yagi Guy, he was, he was a leader. He was a motivator. They'd all come in different packages. I don't understand. Now. Keep in mind, but. Nobody understood, but he was totally different than anybody out there. And I remember. WH- playing the Philadelphia Eagles we've had maybe five assistant coaches. And he looked across the feeling, and they had twelve coaches with the regal shirts on. And there had the ACS. Over there. I see what about the game's going on the sideline I always stood right next to him. I want to hear what he said. Look over there, the the sideline count how many coaches they? They're. Twelve of you know the problem with that. You can't find enough. Reach up each one of the do. H. O. F.. I'm I'm freaking out right now. Do you said you played for Tom Landry Yeah I played I played in a crow with Tom Lange, and the other quarterback was my best friend in football don. Don Meredith who was long greatest characters that ever lived, and so, and and and and of course he's the poll. OPS Tom Landry, but I played with Tom Landry and he was a absolute engineer, the engineering background. Wow, he was. You know. He has the flex defense four-man line, and he would flexible tackle up, but in back, and he had all kind of mathematical things about that, but he was a brilliant coach, but he's a total different. All of them were different, and really you just in the last few years I've recognized that the look at all these people, and and even the players themselves I watch peyton manning and Tom Brady plays a dolphin this weekend. They put themselves in a tough situation. Impossible situation, but I'll say this, you know. These are two iconic quarterbacks iconic. They're not great athletes. But there are tonic. I mean I mean. Payton has got a great electives big strong. It gets really had no fake. You don't be ready couldn't run the ball. Brady was a was, did he could really play Michigan played only half the time in Michigan. Nobody wanted he was a fifth round draft choice out of Michigan quarterback. But, they just learned how to play. They're not great athletes, and you could see that watch play golf. So you, so you did Monday. Night football seventy nine to eighty two right. Yeah, I did yeah, with Dan Meredith well with Frank Gifford Dandy Don, and how shall we have three others at a time? Wow, it was the most boring thing I've ever done. I go from being on the field and every play counts and every game counts and you live. With it and you go with your in the beard of Nice Past Nice tackle. Nice Nice Reception, Oh, and then four of you gotta get your little bit. It was boring I had nothing at stake? You know it was they were GonNa pay me the same amount of money and I and whoever won or lost it? Make any difference after three years. I cold called. The road is I said I can't do this anymore. I'm done, I guess? What France has cosell was a lawyer by trade, obviously bombastic, loquacious smart, you know. Howard cosell was broadcasting mortality. What? What was it like working with? Howard? You know what nobody likes me, but I like. he was in constant fights with Gifford and meredith. but I really liked him. He was super talented. He He. He really had a feel for it. But the the two guys that made Monday night football at the initial made it go was how to sell and Don Meredith I'm they're total opposites? You know you got Don Meredith. This guy from cut shoot Texas you grew up in the South West, and here's here's here's the this guy from New York and and ended up Miami doing radio, their total different personalities and they never got along. Like coach Sal love the stages you imagine. After the game we go back to to the bar. Heed stay there to the last guy. We'll take a drake because he wanted to entertain him, he would. He was a uniquely misunderstood guy, but very important guy to the national football you. Last one then I'll call you back around the corner. You You're familiar with longtime vikings PR mogo Bob Hagan Right. I think I know about it a little bit. Yeah, okay CTS so with Bobby. You know what we do here is. We get with Bobby. Then he gets with a man named Lester Bagley. Then Bagley gets with the new Chief Operating Officer Andrew Miller and through all that when we're able to gather just a little bit, Hayley sings. The Star spangled banner at all at home game. There you are? There you are. Bob Hagan is such a beer, so he's so talented, and what's good about his job there? He grew up Viking Fan, he he. He knew the old time Vikings. Ourselves and and saw the beginning of the whole thing, and he has a great feel for the history of the Vikings, and and you know all of pro football I know Green Bay at Chicago their their their histories little bit longer than ours. But think about our histories, but grant still living in going. Jerry Burns is still living and going. Jim Marshall Allen Page Carl Eller Paul, Krause still living in going and I am here to write and I. History is so rich. Yes, we miss those super bowls and I wish I could go back and do it again, but We Really. Did you know what we didn't understand the magnitude of the super? Bowl we really did. And it was very early on in this whole thing and If we could win three championship games in three people, we beat in championship. Games were just as good as the free people lost. In the super. Bowl but it just didn't work out, so we have that, but we've overcome I mean the franchise itself quite frankly has overcome. The disappointment of of of not winning, those super bowls are really not being back in the Super, bowl, I guess since I last one what you're super bowl eleven. Yeah, I mean it's forty. Some odd years H., O., F.. Yeah, and we were in. We were in for the first eleven, Jamaica. Hey, I got some more bottom line dot APP questions in some more football questions. I'M GONNA. Call you right back. Okay all right now. That's Fran Tarkenton HBO Radio Every other week nine to noon and When when we return, we'll get into some football with a friend and much. Much More H., O. F. now hall of fame convenience is provided each and every day including right now equity trip, so stop by a quick trip. Get that free quick rewards card eventually save some money at the fuel. Recognize how how they sanitized a quick trip. You'll see immediately when you walk in. It's not like it's. It's it's clumpy. It's not like they're all on top of you. The very respectful, but you will notice that there are people a quick trip at least every time I've been. There I've seen it almost every time they. They are cleaning something they are or. Something they are replenishing something and and that that's how it's always ban at quick trip, so they want your quick trip in their convenience store to be that of happiness that of convenience and that of success whether it is preparing something for this evening getting quick, quick snack right now or using your free quick rewards card running up those point saving on fuel learn more about all that at quick trip dot Com Fran. Tarkenton returned to nine to noon. A. A brand how How's your Buddy Nick Sabin these days. This week he's. He's up at my lake. Place Lake Burton. My son was up there. Matthew over the weekend and. Business Nick. A little bit than I'm GonNa visit with this week he's up there. I like places about ninety two miles above the city gladder. Got A couple of MINNESOTA. Lake and right at the basically, the smoky mountains golf courses up there and nick loves to play Golf, and you know what he does it, we. Plays coaches football. He's very frustrated also that he's you know these college as well as pro coaches. I mean my goodness in college. Especially you know you've. All of the young kids the freshman class you've never seen. And everything's virtual and such on no down here in the SEC. Football, but you know down here SEC. Football is our religion, and the seats of every state has got ninety hundred ten thousand seats, and it's a competitive leg and. He's. He's sixty seven, maybe sixty. And, yeah I could tell he's got some frustration as I'm sure exam all the coaches the NFL. and. How am I, GonNa, do this. This is all new things for them, and they're in in in in in the football practice in modern day, football everything is so precise. Got More. Assistant coaches more people more film more this you ready. But how do I? How do I teach? And how do I coach and how do i? Make this work on the virtual reality, and it's a lot of uncertainty, and that will for sure a a Fran I. Mean you know with Georgia the the way your governor works as aggressive as he is. I mean if the SEC would permit it. He probably would say okay. twenty-five, thirty thousand in the stadium in Athens to watch bulldogs football, right. Yeah I, think he. Would you know and and I? Governors from Athens Georgia University of Georgia. is his mother was at school with me? And You know I did not back then, but he didn't both saying here, and he opened his up three weeks ago and it's done fine and. And I think what you're going to see now. I was reading this morning. A guy that was an Obama. Finance guy was in Alabama's. Group. Is a professor at Up at Harvard now he just said flat out this morning. That this is GonNa, be the biggest third or fourth call the biggest comeback. economically that this country's ever seen, and the reason is is because we went to zero. Everything shut down and now the people our guest in this thing to go now. I had a doctor telling me one of my doctors. They're. Searching emory. He's everybody's GonNa. Get this lives at some point. But they're going to be a live, and we're going to be able to treat it, and it's not gift of I as other viruses. It's so much unknown so much. This thing got caught up in a political year. you know five months? Plug election, and and and and it just it just gained momentum all across the world. Shut up shut down. I A lot of unknowns here I I i. it always gets a little chiller. Get through it and you know now about go ahead. Go ahead I've done no Fran Fran Tarkenton nine to noon every other week. Mondays, but it's a Tuesday because Memorial Day, so it's Tarkenton Tuesday of fame quarterback Raiders History Vikings and the bottom line dot APP without the small businesses whatever got asked you earlier. Is You mentioned like from a small business standpoint? People are pushing forward through this purge, but. But I you know more about this than me Fran I. I would guess rent and or mortgage in certain spots less than it was say three months ago, advertising rates wherever breer small business probably less than they were three months ago, so I mean if he got the capital, and you got the idea, and you find the spot from a small business. Damn point that this is a good time to move forward well. I just read again this morning. More registrations this month of May. For New businesses. Then in a long long time. And I have a business partner ADP which has been around, said years they on the payroll, but we. We work with eighty for five years apart that we have seven hundred fifty thousand small business customers. are, before this thing went off the five hundred fifty thousand startups in America every month. There's thirty million small businesses one to twenty five employees out there and now that you've had all these layoffs. Tens of thousands in data and the pundits are saying that they're more registrations today. Than, we've had in years and years and years to open small businesses I think it's GonNa just explode I. Think our economy's just explode, and in this country is going to open up. Despite the politicians, the bottom line dot apt to learn more. That's intriguing to you. It's the bottom line dot up now the late norm van Brooklyn okay. I coach Minnesota Vikings History Your first your first head coach, what with Norm Van Rocklin? What were those six years like? Well, you know. He was my hero when I came here. And he won a world championship. And I I watched it that his feet. twenty one. He taught me so much football. Here's the reason we were able to beat the best thirty seven thirteen and I came in at the end, the first quarter and threw four touchdowns ran for another not. All because of him. He was a genius. Understanding of Bigotry Phil Mickelson this we talk about that chip shot if That and that match was a in how the lane based. The the the grass scared that he had to move this. He did it in such detail. Walker could take away a defense like that and teach me that I could have sold that. and. We beat the bears, and we won three games year. He had unbelievable skill his his fallout guy. He had suddenly demons. He was against so many people. And he had just volatile volatile personality that just was demon driven that that kept him from being an. Unbelievable coach and finally you know he just. Go to follow they. He went to the first time tingle half one. became all. Here's a free agent center and third year. He's becomes all pro. Each Jim Ringo a Green Bay, any and walking in the meeting room says. Paul by asked. He said all pro barnyard. Country he just. He he was self destructive. Yeah, and and but I'll tell you I have all of the. Without brands rocks teach me. The fundamentals of how to redeem fetches just outplayed the quarterback position. He was the most important mechanic for me now when I look back together with but grant later in my career. That's a pretty good. That's pretty good. Now now with Norm Van Brooklyn Fran when it went when I was Sinkhole, speculating, and and and getting ready for today nineteen, seventy-three was a super bowl season for you guys okay, Nineteen, seventy three. 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 a gentleman. too late quarterback of great skills to Roman, scrambling great skills to flow, and that's what they're. What what they're doing now. The kid they get out of Lsu You know who washed out. Ohio state was the number one pick by Cincinnati. Yeah, like he can run and he can throw it. He's in the modern day stream and he had to. You know in this case. Here's a kid. That I did want after look any for two years. He played one year at at. lsu Didn't do very well. They bring the offensive coordinator. The quarterback coach for the New Orleans Saints. Who studied under that coaches of Reyat Modern Day offensive coordinator, he brings that guy to Lsu. Puts you in the right system. As man robbed them. Put in for me and this kid. Let it up and played Bugsy Guy College. Football is the number one draft. And and so you've got to get into the place for they've got somebody who understands modern day passing quarterbacking, and then they've got to understand that the person there if he if he can not be nfl caliber passer, all of them are that, but he's gotta be able to be mobile and scramble, and by time and give us, but she has more time to get down the field because the speed of the receivers. Receivers today is off the charts, the the bottom line dot at the bottom line dot APP to learn more about what to Francis in his constituents do with small businesses. It's the bottom line dot. Bram can't thank you enough for joining every other wake I will text or talk to you soon than get you back on the radio and a couple of weeks all right my pleasure. Thanks so much see about. Brand Tarkenton H. O..

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis 191213

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis 191213

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There ain't no nothing we can do without each other. That show was Lamar Jackson woke. Michael Vick's rushing quarterback last night. Here's what it said it meant to him. AM is really cool. My favorites growing up. It's amazing and cherish that forever in just GonNa keep it going to be broken like he said her and and this unfamiliar. Who is this going to be the high water mark for him running the football? Is this going to be where he sets the record and as his career moves forward he doesn't get or is this. Just it's the beginning of him breaking and setting that record is just the beginning and he's GonNa continue to do this for a while. I think he gets another thousand dollars the next year the next year as long as he's with the Baltimore Ravens in Har Ball and Greg Room and he'll continue to do these things because this formula works for them doesn't work for everybody. You Know I. It's one of those deals heels when you look at the quarterback spot and you say they should use this guy they should they should call on this guy and using all of the League. There's people that I don't like this. Still yes coaches and I know you're like me you don't want that right. No I don't want that because I don't WanNa work there twelve in onto A. I got to work too hard before I got to work too hard. Plus GonNa win the Super Bowl. Plus I'm still stuck in the. What if stages? What if we're down by fourteen? Oh boy now. I'm still stuck there. Yeah I want it. I take him and signed him up. But there's a lot of people out there they will. There's teams that are out there. That won't touchdown touchdown. Trolling you and I say this. But the Minnesota Vikings is they like kirk cousins. But guys the Ram. We're all like raw loving the Lamar Jackson experience right now but did any of us think it was going to be this this quickly. Because look first of all second your quarterbacks regardless of style don't typically glee do this this. This is pretty remarkable. So we've seen guys have great. Patrick Mahomes I know comes in his first year. But this is pretty rarified stuff to come in for a guy that was looking like interesting last year where okay and then we saw with. The chargers did in the playoffs. It's like Oh okay. There's a little bit of a formula here on how to deal with him and then he just shows up the next year and there is no formula. Like we're talking about Bill Belichick. Andy Reid the guys in the NFC are the AFC. They're going to have to deal with him. Come January I don't and those. These are two of the bill. Belichick is the greatest coach. This league's ever seen Andy. Reid is one of the best coaches this league is seen. They don't have an answer for that guy. I know the can't see beat him. But that's just because they scored forty plus points points. Is that the answer. Just haven't last score more. Well I mean look. It's one year and I'm not saying one year and he's not going to be very good quarterback next season but it was just twelve months ago when we couldn't figure out how to stop bashing mahomes and that he was gonNA give fifty touchdowns every year and that there's no not you can do you to stop this offense and what happened the. NFL happened not for long. Hunt gives in trouble You look up and Padua home gives little hurt but even before it was her the offense thing quite look the same I all in all Patrick Mahomes. He's still going to get two hundred fifty million so I I don't know I'm not saying he's not he's still still ripping away but we're no longer talking that we can't that teams offense can't be stopped. We're actually asking what's wrong with the offense because the offense was so amazing Mazey last season and I suspect the same thing happened with Lamar Jackson. We're seeing the same thing about the rams. Were saying the same thing about all the officers say that hit but it. Patrick Mahomes did something that no you know. Very few people can do like Lamar. Jackson is very few people can could do it but doesn't mean that he won't thirty or forty touchdowns again. That's not what it means guys like Patrick. Mahomes is here to studies in there a little bit of a difference. This is not this is not Scott Mitchell. There's not a difference between these two guys in the sense that Mahone seems more and again. We're we're splitting some pretty fine hairs here but I have a better chance of planning against Patrick Mahomes and trying to devise a defense to at least make him work a little bit for what is opposed to just pitching it all over the yard whereas Lamar just has a skill set that there is no answer for a guy. That's faster than everybody else to today. That that simple yes. It is because we've seen fast before super bowl. Michael Vick has. Yeah but Michael Vick. How many super bowls are Sean Jack? Michael Michael Vick. Michael Vick was played at a time where they didn't build the offense around vic they tried to fit their offense wit vic vic was still dominant and he was he took his teams to NFC championships. He Be Green Bay. He ripped up in a in the long run against Minnesota continue to see highlights. I played against a do. The do was a nightmare. It was a nightmare but we were just better than him in his team Tampa. We would just bet they couldn't do with us and we were better doesn't mean doesn't mean that vitually New York jets. Don't be become better in Baltimore. But Lamar Jackson style is here to stay. Twenty years ago. There was nothing you could do to stop the Los Angeles or the Saint. Louis Rams nothing greatest greatest show on turf wants to people went to another loss dissipated but matt for long. So we're hype about Lamar Jackson and justifiably. So but the League has taught me having covered this number of years. I have that if there's any sport that changes the mountaintop faster than the NFL. Phil I haven't seen it but here's what here's what until you with wildcat wouldn't even that was that was that was that was a week. One one could stop topics especially for long. They made an adjustment. No one even tries it anymore but the wildcat didn't have any other Elements is to it. It was fake run pad died and run the ball throw off of it. They didn't do anything. It was just a short little Gimmick Hill the wildcat the cat only deal says it's running the wild can also dice you up no wild cats the RPO game and he could also throw the football very quickly in your general manager. You have the first pick. You'RE GONNA play the next five seasons Mahomes are Jackson. I'm getting homes next five season. He's an ex five seasons and played five years. That's it who's my coach. You get to pick the coach to see that. That's not fair though. Get you to play the coach. Here's why it's not fair because you gotTa build something you gotTa build around him. Do you want to do that. That's that's your if I want if I want to build around him then I'm GonNa take him but I don't know if that's what we want to do as a group you see what I'm saying. You're coach you're the coach. Then I have no problem take any more. I have no problem more before. He took place before if he's there I'm okay with building around around him. I'm okay I'm okay with building around him. One pick you have all the control over your franchise these two guys on the board who you're grabbing. I I'm Graham Mahomes I now. I'm deeply confused if I have a number one if I have a number one pick. Yeah and I'm on the board in their both up. I'm taking mahomes. I us all right fair enough so because I don't have to do a lot of that stuff in. That's what I'm trying to tell you. A lot of people don't WanNa do that lazy. You say you know these quarterback I brother. Sometimes you know what I think a little bit traff down Janice. That's where I guys got me looking on the career rushing list. That's right rushing quarterbacks career list guys can you give me the top ten on. I see a lot of guys typing. I'm a little worried. We get some cheaters up here. You'RE GONNA go down with Yes out there cheating with Clinton portion go ahead what you guys got key career rushers on the quarterback position all time Randall Cunningham Randall Cunningham number two on the list. That's right play for Philadelphia Minnesota Minnesota Dallas Cowboys and the Baltimore Ravens if you forget that L Z. I'M GONNA assume Michael Vick. That's a good assumption. He has six thousand dollars that would put them number. One played for the foul Games uh-huh Guys he played for the Falcons Roadway. I'm GonNa go old school when they when the quarterback and over a little bit more John United or some crazy no I know what he's going. Go France argue. What would your people have you? Read targeting three thousand yards puts them number six on a list. He was number one before. A era of quarterbacks came in story Orley got a little more open say would go. Yeah don't you say Peyton. And Steve Young Steve Young number four on the list. That's right. He has four thousand yards. Played for the bucks in forty nine or six forty nine there was someone to express in there to USFL time for one-season Zico Fort See career rushing. Yes by a quarterback by a quarterback yes. That's we're doing here. Ladies and gentlemen all right we gotta you wear out this clock. I'd say are we out of black people yet. uh-huh are you. You're not white people. Oh Jeez I'm GONNA go with May hit the BUZZER. You can combine all. You won't get it. TRAFF wasn't around for very long. He was pretty good running the ball. Okay capper Nick Kaffir. Nick doesn't have enough reps incorrectly. Place the first time. That's right. Keyshawn is the champion to Krishna. Cam Newton is number three and he also holds the record for most most rushing attempts by a quarterback. You guys forgot Russell. Wilson new wave of quarterbacks coming in he is number five hundred. Those numbers alone Steve. McNair God bless the dead. He's still all Donovan. mcnabb all brothers all know any no. You forgot John Elway. That's when I say run yes EH. Toby wrote Tobin. Rote is those videos archie manning running around his life. He's wrong way Shea. Tehmina who owe Dante colpepper. No he had a gun. He didn't run and he ran. He ran all those guys. Were talking about with one exception. I do do not remember him running at all I remember him almost exclusively as a passer. McNair I don't remember mcnabb. For of course last man standing brought to you by Subaru of Glendale on the brand boulevard of Carr brothers. Yeah well Fran Tarkenton Fran Tarkenton throwing Frank Gifford there for a minute five on a lot of all time lists you look just about any quarterback lists. He's there and the other thing he did. He played for ever ended up play. I think he was in the League League for over fifteen years. That dude was around a long time. Frank Vogel has his team to a twenty three start. They got a chance to win their thirteenth consecutive road. Game Tonight in Miami. And he's going to join US next. I don't know if he's going to give it up to US guys but I'm excited to see what Frank Vogel says when we ask them here coming up in a couple of minutes. He's scheduled to join us here thirty minute. Whether or not the Lakers. Kinda have their eye on something in the distant future. I know what the answer will be. No we're worried about the Miami Heat and we'll worry about what comes. Yeah I I. This goes back to win. The colts had a chance to run the table right. I there's a reason we still talk about the seventy two dolphins. There's a reason that those old men now are still quasi relevant because every year when that last team loses their they we all there they are all over again being the team that the only team to do it history. I think it matters. I don't think it matters much to to sacrifice maybe the larger goal. But if it's right there why the hell not mercury. Moore's yes. It's one of those deals if his they're like. I said they continue to keep winning. When you go down the tunnel and get closer and closer and they start to see a little light and a little more like a little more? Why not when you get to that sixty mark at fifty nine? I fifty eight. You get to that and then you start. You're saying you know what we can redo this. If the math works why not. The percentage is soak get eighty percent on your games that's bonkers that's bonkers those other twenty nine teams in the League. Have guys making money to to to win monarch virtually hype right but our guys have better. Oh no question about it but you know you know as well as anybody. The better team doesn't always win right. It just doesn't the team with the better players doesn't always is win and quite honestly they don't even win at a rate where they win three out of four. It's usually more like sixty forty sixty percent of your games. You're having a really good season season and that's because one is really hard to win but also to there's other things that can just somebody can get hot so when the ice cold someone can to your point to ankle and inopportune situation free. Throw shooting for some reason. You just get code. And all of a sudden now instead of scoring they're ascension turnovers because you're splitting going over to the line if you lose by three I mean there's a myriad of reasons why teams that are better than their opponent lose those squads. Well I think that they. They have something that they're reaching for. We just don't know exactly what that is and you know you look at it and they'll never tell us but I'm sure within their locker room within their dinners and things of that nature. They know how special their team is all right. Well let's find out. Let's join the coach of the Lakers. Frank Vogel they are twenty two and three the Miami heat tonight. Good morning coach. How are you? What's up guys? How you doing good man? We just sitting here debating on how. How good are Lakers are an and talking a little bit about Miami and what Miami can be in terms of a trap game not only the team but also the city When you look at uh-huh right nine o'clock when when you look at your team right now coach in where they're at is? Is this. The Best USC stretch that you've seen or been a part of you know it's it's similar to the one year in Indiana we eh where we were coming off a game seven loss to the heat and you know we sorta made our regular season goal to earn a number one seat and we also great start that a year to You know it's similar to that but I think the ceiling for this team is higher than than that teams was Having said we're we're deeper we have the two superstars here and You know we got a really a great support system that fits them and complement them. Perfectly typically so I think our ceiling is higher. And hopefully you know we started strong. Hopefully we can continue it. Keep it keep it going. And and obviously the playoff. You're what without a coach. I want to take back to the beginning of the season. demarcus cousins goes out. You need another big by bringing a handful of guys try out. What may Dwight Howard so obvious to be the choice and keep talking about the found money you've gotten from him since then? Well obviously it's been It's been a great move for us. he's worked out in really contributed at a high level and a big part of the success. That we're having you know the the decision at that time was Obviously you know we knew what with whites town level was We knew we really had not had success the last couple years. These previous dance You know it was a it was a check in to see sort of where he's that mentally you know and You know obviously we didn't want this to just be another stop for him. It was Important role for us and you know He. He made it very clear to us that you know he's got a different place. He lost a at least twenty five pounds. Maybe even more That showed us. I what is commitment level was and and obviously you know where he was at mentally in terms of Ready to hit the reset button and accept any role and we felt like if he could buy into the defense and rebounding and lobster roll as opposed to the end of the power. Post game that he's been in the asked it You know he could really fit with this roster and You know we felt good about it and so far it looks like off Liger head coach. Frank Vogel joining us here on the morning. Show you've been around a lot of great players in your career as a head coach in the NBA. But what is it like when all of a sudden you're not I just have good players but you have two of the best players in the entire league. What does it do for you as a coach? As far as the options that are presents to you but it brings you richest. Is the confidence to win every night. You know I've been a part of teams where you know you look at your team on paper and look the other team on paper and and you know it's GonNa be tough to get a W. and that's not president with the team. You know every every single game that we play We feel like we can't should win and You know start dark there but you know the the attitude that these stars have you know is really the biggest weaknesses are our success. It'd be the attentiveness and practicing in film sessions The collaboration with the game plans and how we're how to manage the team. And what guys are working. What are not and their willingness to to make the right play and share the basketball? Aw All contributed to our success. Oh for Lakers head coach. Frank Vogel Join US here on the morning show prior to your arrival here in Los Angeles. The defensive side of the ball had a little a little bit of a struggle. That's been fixed since your arrival. How did you get them the bike in well you know at the end of the day this group wants to win a championship and You know to me it was simple that we have a lot of offensive firepower. But you know we gotta we gotta be a team that excels ells on both ends of the floor defensive talent on this roster to be the best defense in the league we commit and You know that that was just presented to them on on they want We gave them a clear into an precise plan of what our defensive scheme was gonNA look like. And how are we going to get the job done and Once they saw what what that looked like and what we were capable of the buying was easy at that point. What is CAL? Kuzma's rolled old. and Are you happy with the way he's fulfilling that role right now. House hurt right now. He's been playing through injuries and You know we have quite reached a level where he's going to be contributing that the cold Again he's been battling injuries and playing in with With with physical limitation as well as trying to adapt to a to a new role with new coach a new coaching staff But ultimately he's going to be a guy that either starts or continues to come off the bench and be becomes at third scores that that that reliable for the You know all championship teams and And you know I still think he's going to have a a wonderful season. I want to get to the body right and You know that's GonNa be up to meet it. Just make sure that utilizing the right way just to follow up. That's a young man who's used to getting a Lotta touches. He's obviously getting fewer touches. Do you think that's part the struggles. Yeah I think it's part of it but You know so certainly. I think it begins with help you know. I think that's where it starts in an obviously we see like you said if you're used to playing thirty four thirty five minutes a game and get next night x amount of shopping and now you're playing with two superstars and and you're getting fewer opportunities. It's a different role but certainly not one that he's not capable Of Excelling in and You know that's the the expectation for for this year. Are we still have high hopes and You know he's got to be a big part of our successes liquor head coach. Frank Vogel Join US here on the morning show and you said it at the beginning Frank. It's all about getting into the playoffs. It's obviously all about winning a championship. And the way that you go about it is different than the way that we look at it here on in immediate capacity where. We're looking for things to talk about. But does there come a point when you're twenty two and three and you're winning eighty eight percent of your games in your closing in on a road winning streak record in the NBA. Where you start looking at added is not just the next game but we're onto something special? We're onto something historic. I won't allow myself to go there and when I took the job you know I I knew that this is going to be a a seat for me to stay in and You know focused only on the game in front of us not what we've accomplished. That's not what we're we're hoping to accomplish season-long and you know if you focus on the task at hand Results take care of themselves and You know I understand end You know the the media attention is going to draw and you know. That's that's their job and your job to you. Know to talk about this and Have Fun with it but for us. It's it's really about winning tonight's game. We got the mind telling the biggest game of the year. It's the only game we can win today. And we're going to try to keep that that single minded focus talk about here are no. You're too classy of a person to do US home and do it for you. There was a lot of criticism about you being hired. Walk around your chest out third. Yeah now would you gotta say now what. I didn't criticize you coach. Thank you But I still feel like we are encompassed anything yet and UH hopefully we continue to own and you know like I said it's all about how even ads and more than how we begin so we got a lot to tonight in Miami against the heat thirteenth consecutive win on the road. Good luck tonight coach. Thanks for coming on all right. Take our coat that was you criticize. I'm criticizing John was not short. Let's be honest you're right. There was a lot of people saying they say we're doing what twenty two and three speaks for itself won't we'll get into all of this what he said history coups. All of it will break down Frank Vogel next so it's interesting to hear we'll have the conversation with him right there. L Z. And you. Oh you you Porn outs during the break. There that when we were talking about Kyle Kuzma would coach that. He's still referred to him as starter. Yeah he did he he's he. He mentioned engine that and I didn't WanNA press him on it because you know we had a short period of time but obviously if you're adding something and starting lineups something's got to be taken away and you ask yourself would that something be with calicoes. You think he'd just meant I. It's not a metaphor. But just he is a starting quality player rather than he's going to be one of the five guys that it starts the game even if he's a quality player that means you still have a makeup on a team in which you have Lebron ad and coups coups so then the question is who's sitting you know. Are you going to sit dwight. Who's been a fantastic? In addition to the squad. Are you going to sit Javale. Avail McGee at the beginning of the game And move a D. Two five even though Jeff L. McGee has been a very good complimentary player for You know a d. the and for the team it's got it's gotTa feel so good and I know that you're you're joking around you walk around with your chest out but it's got a feel so good because look the Lakers are you know how to articulated the Lakers matter. More than everyone else the Lakers matter more than the dodgers the Lakers matter more than USC. They they matter more than everyone else here. This is the team that is kind of the heartbeat of the city. This is the team that matters the most and when he was announced as the head coach it was met with tepid enthusiasm at best at best. It was hey what about hi Lou. Hey what about Monty Williams. Hey what about Jason Kidd all of these guys and then when he did get the job they already gave him kid. You know there's just a matter of time until he's sitting there twenty two and three and a lot of that is obviously Lebron ad but it's not just show up to practice. What do you guys want to do today? You got to coach the team. He's he's done a fantastic. It has to be remarkably satisfying to just Kinda know that. Yeah I got this I will encourage people to go back and listen to our podcast cast because I was not pooing higher. I didn't poop with a higher because I knew what he was going to bring to the table. Defense when you looked at the assistant coaches they get A. He didn't pick them himself. But it was done purposely for defense. Why are we any because of the defense you absolutely have to give him the credit for that? Nj Kit you as well as hot Holland's as well as all the supporting coaching staff. And because they got everyone from top to bottom to buy into this individually early but then when you look at him as a team they have a very good scheme their funding is right into the shot. blockers chasing is over three point line to Navy Bradley was starting and they and he was healthy. It was difficult for any point. Guard the lead to get any offense going because they were constantly being hounded individually and then it was team schematic that they had that. Were Fun you right to a shop locker. Thought it was interesting to to hear him very quickly when you ask them about Kyle Kuzma very quickly. Say Look he's hurt the just before we even even talk about him being out of rhythm or him not making the shots at the same rate that he was making. He's hurt. He's not right so until we get him right. All this other stuff is just it's not meaningful until we know that he's one hundred percent right physically. Yeah and I told you forgotten about the. I think you know because the goggles in last that long. But that's certainly could also play into to start off her. You get the thing and now you've got the ankle thing so I'm glad that we're at a luxury that we can put them on ice. And if you're W can continue to give us is good quality minutes off the bench and contain a good shooting from three. Then we're okay until he gets right but if we're going to beat Jaanus if we're going to beat the clippers we're talking deep teams with a lot of scores we're gonNA need a healthy calicoes my ns touch in order to do that. Is it possible That the record not exclusively but in part is what it is because we we. This is booming. The schedule came out. You look they say Ooh they got an opportunity to to put some stuff in the bank. They've got an opportunity to win. A bunch of games right up until this stretch that we're in right about now where you're on the road and here come the Denver Nuggets in here. Become the Milwaukee Bucks and the clippers and you're gonNA start to see teams like the rockets and the other teams that you would expect to be in the mix by the time we get to the end of the line that not that they're not one of the best teams in they clearly are but this idea and we asked him about it you know. Is this a special group because he answered it exactly the way you would expect him to answer it. Then I'm worried about what's coming up next next. I'm not worrying. Miami's the game of the year. Is it possible that while they're still very good that they're not quite what we've seen based on the competition that they played you know in sports and you know this as well as anyone in A. You have an estimation of what you think. Something's going to be heading into the season and then you have to deal with what it is. He is when you looked at the schedule before the ball was even rolled out you just assume the Toronto Raptors without Kawhi which is going to be nothing they don't have they don't have Kawai and in calories and all star but he's not necessarily someone you thought was going to carry a team. That was the one team that got us at home right. And they're playing spectacular ball. We've talked the UTAH. Jazz was going to be with the addition of of my conny. Junior was going to be one of the top teams fighting for a home court advantage of not doing number one overall seed beat. We beat them comfortably and they're nothing what we thought they were be. It's funny I'm looking over your shoulder. I'm looking at sportscenter right now. And they're showing highlights of the heat and they just instead of a a little pullout Lebron talking after a shoot around. There is something special about this. They're they're absolutely as look. It's what is today December thirteenth. uh-huh you're you're not talking about history in the middle of December very often in the NBA. It's just it. The last time we did. It was when what was the worst. Start the season twenty four. No some something crazy like that. We're twenty two and three is not that far off of twenty four. No it's we're we're in the same neighborhood this this is and you can say it's the schedule you can say whatever it is you have to win the bad games to to get into this guy. Did this rarified air. And they're in in this area there there there because they have star players. They're there because everybody has bought in there there because they got the right coach that is bringing the right things to the table. Like q described defensively. They're they're they seem and I know that this isn't the thing at the top of the list but it's on the list seem like each other. They they seem to pull up the poll for each other other to genuinely enjoy each other success. I never got that sense from those teams in the last couple of years even last year when Lebron was playing really well but Lonzo and linger because their personalities are so I guess the good way to. They're so STOIC. If we're picking the the positive word that or flatliners if we're picking the negative afford it. You never really felt a ton of buzz around this. There's nothing but buzz coming off these debts. You're absolutely right. I texted a group. A few games ago outlets Caruso uneven basket trudged on offense fell doesn't happen he's on the ground. The Brian James at the three point line sprints to the basket to help pull out his crew upon the ground. I saw that and I was like that's leadership and that's something you did not see if there was criticism about Lebron and the way him of the young implant last year. I think that'd be part of it not. I don't recall seeing him. Do that with the with the young guys. Alice crusoes is a guy who's you know. Oh He's a role player to have the superstar. If not the best player ever run from the three point line to pick you up off the ground. Yeah you damn right. They like each other. You know who deserves credit credit me. Yeah I guess that's not what I was thinking took just a boatload of you know what Rob Pelinka. Yeah Yeah I mean you ever rob outdoors. Yeah no no. He's not he's not but he when magic when I take and hit the button It was on and and most of it was landing on him. A lot of it was landing on genie and everything. What in the world is going on over there? What are you guys doing? Well maybe they knew what they were doing. No listen when I say. He's not out of the woods yet is in a sense of the reputation that he has is still there. They're the trustworthy is still there but the does that I know what the hell he's doing. He does yeah. Of course what's he does. And maybe you know they try and experiment last season putting the roster together. They didn't work out and they try something different this year but bringing back Rondo he had criticized for looking at Dwight. Howard make like hell no Javale? McGee McGee was consider a joke. Well guess what all those pieces. They're working so yeah he definitely. Africa deserves some credit. And we go back and remember what it felt like. There's so many needs to say somebody. Somebody needs to lead. You can't just leave this vacuum of nothing where people are gonNA fill it with all all this negativity. Won't they did what we hear people say all the time but very rarely happens is we're GONNA wait. We're GONNA let the play speak for itself we're GonNa win and they absolutely it's gone it just poof. Winning ultimately fixes everything big weekend in the NFL coming up including the rams in Dallas. We pull back the pigskin next. This is good good one too. This is my favorite lyrics. This isn't hit me now like this one. I like the show so maybe I'm a little biased. Heather Thomas Authors Lee Majors the other Thomas. Yeah be Major was robbed at the Golden Globes Lee Majors had a pretty good run. He had a great six million dollar man along on that western to But Not Bonanza Bonanza Bonanza was wasn't I don't see what you're drinking juice bloods juice but I got this apple. Sorry cucumber remain Parsley Lemon. Ginger singer Kale and spinach companies down. Sherman oaks called Jews Buds. I'm about to get my health on there. You go there you go. You know what I do no likey you said a minute ago. You could see that the cowboys are getting ready to pop the rams you could also see at the other way what do you got. The Rams are in big d you know what I think that. The Rams House have opportunity to women's football game but they gotta hit on all cylinders. They've got to get the football todd. Gurley they've got to throw the football Accurately they gotta play defense. Donald got to do his job is about the rams this is not about the cowboys. Cowboys got their backs against the wall because the eagles are right on their heels heels. They're like right. They're they're on their backs in the cowboys. GotTa come out fighting obviously but the rams need is game if they lose his football game their chances dropped something something like eleven percent chances of making the playoffs right now near a little bit over twenty in that is significant if they lose already have their bad laws of the season that was against Tampa Bay losing to the this team right now in this moment will be a battle tells you more decadent southwest airlines and go all right next one this one connects directly to the rams because if the bears beat the packers in Lambofield the rams all of a sudden have control of their own playoff destiny. The you know the interesting thing is that they do but Aaron Rodgers. You GotTa always think about him. He has control of his destiny to. He's fighting for the first and the second second seat here is A.. Rod talking about the robbery against the bears forever has been around. I'm Before I got here is going to be around long time after I'm done but it's been fun to be a part of so many have been part of the two thousand seven hundred twenty s great rivalry for the game. When you see the history of that about town you know at the piggly-wiggly festival fresh time I hear about the very much the fans to beat Chicago? Go Chicago Green Bay based on its own for a long time. And it's GonNa be a let me ask this through the rams colored glasses that that I wear. How do the bears beat the packers? If it's going to happen how does it happen. I would have to start the quarterback Scott Mitchell. Trubisky has to play like. He played the last couple of weeks in if he does that. Then there's an opportunity to bears. Defense is a pretty solid and sound. The the Green Bay packers record is better than their football team here. And I think that if you do what you're supposed to do it Mitch. Trubisky has done last couple of weeks. Then they have a chance if not if he goes out there and he plays like he's been playing then they don't have a child all right let's move on to the AFC south this is the full of these. Two teams are going to play each other over the of course of the last three weeks of the season the winner of Houston and Tennessee. This one in Nashville will be on top of the AFC South the exhaust. That is correct. Tennessee's GonNa win this Football Game Ryan Tannehill sixty one. It's taken over for Marcus. Mariota his his job to lose. He's on pace to doing something. Good I think when you look at the Shine Watson. He hasn't played great here recently. It's like almost A. Jj Watt effect. I don't I don't want it. It's it's weird. It's like the Sony. Jj went out this team started. Roller Coaster He was in the he was in the. MVP conversations a month ago when Jj Watt got hurt all of a sudden tendency not to see but Houston even though they beat the New England patriots seem seemed like that they just Jecklin high tight team where Tennessee inserted a guy into the lineup. And they haven't looked back since you look at Houston distance and you watch them play especially on offense when they're going right like you said key when Watson is playing. Well you've got Hopkins you've got fuller you've got some real weapons ends on that team offensively. But they can't get if they do win this game and all of a sudden they can't it can kind of figure it out over the last couple of weeks of the regular season are they dangerous in the AFC at all because offense their explosive. I think so the AFC has one team right now. I would be afraid of you know who is the guy who can't play quarterback team yeah Outside of Kansas City. I'm not afraid of New England Pittsburgh. I'm not afraid of him. You know polarized KC and I'm not afraid of not afraid of that all right. Let's go to San Francisco where the rams will be a week after this weekend. The falcons come in the Falcons. Skins are not a good team key. But they're a much better team the last month or so. They are much better team the last month or so but then. The San Francisco's on a mission San Francisco better football team. There will coach the quarterbacks plan. Pretty Good the defense. Obviously we know all about that. The secondary has always been a question alone with the quarterback for me for the forty niners Richard. Richard Sherman's banged up. Now what will that look like. There's Julio Jones there's that guy and Matt Ryan who guards him do they give it the responsibility to witherspoon this bowl and I don't know if he's ready not where I know. Richard Sherman is a veteran guy understands route combinations and things of that nature. I'm more comfortable with him in the lineup. They won't lose this game but it'll be close. Maybe devil's advocate here for a second. Let's say that Atlanta catches them right or do we chock it up to hey look that's the NFL. It happens every once in a while. Alabama team will be the good team or is IT A. We knew it. We knew San Francisco wasn't as good as their record. They got beat by Atlanta. What would the reaction be more reaction action would be? They caught him. They call it. Because I think San Francisco I've come around in the last couple of weeks. I think they are good football team. Especially you know you look at their record. I think that that record record is an indicator. What type of football team? They are all right Sunday night. Football is in Pittsburgh the steelers hosting the bills record of bills. Cotin host the Yeah my talent Mike Tomlin. He wins his game. Mike Tomlin is on a roll man coach ear badly should be at least well. Who else would they give it to Sean? Payton can't give it a shot. One one five games with the guy and they're they still got a shot at the number one seed. That's pretty damn good very good. Give me two quarterback it back set in Pittsburgh dodges in who in the guy that started the NFC like come on united water run circles around them. Come by the Teddy Bridge was a former start in the national football league. Stop you you sound crazy but at the end of this is just for the point of emphasis. This is the point a week ago. You told me that New Orleans could not lose to San Francisco with this kind of stuff. Can I use a four letter word and not get in trouble speaking of San Francisco you ask who it was. The next week Shannon could be conversation as well the job done in San Francisco. This go Thomas is the coach. But I wouldn't be surprised to see Shanahan with a fair number of votes as you'll probably vote for him but it's different. I think when you look at Mike Tomlin Tomlin doesn't have a whole lot. They don't know if he's hurt again. Smith has been in and out of the lineup. There's obviously the triple bees of not being Connolly's not being there. I mean it's a far superior job absolutely all right. Let's do one more here. We've got the Monday night. Game and the Saints Aints The saints ten and three but still very much alive for that number one seed over all they should be the Co.. I don't think the colds going into going into New Orleans. They lose that. Football game with coach are starting to play really bad. It's I thought that they were really good football team early on but if for whatever reason they started to play bad lately New Orleans the steel deal filling that loss last week to San Francisco. It's things they gotta make a huge bounce back in. My nephew plays for him waiting for that. I was waiting for that she seemingly. Yeah No. That's true that is true Rizal.

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Steelers Q&A: Is the Week 8 game vs. the Miami Dolphins a trap game?

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Steelers Q&A: Is the Week 8 game vs. the Miami Dolphins a trap game?

"This episode is brought to you by sideline the free sports prediction ad that takes those boring low stakes moments live sports in turns them into chances to show off your knowledge compete with friends and best of all win cash silent is the game bout the game and it's super easy to play watching the chiefs answer realtime question calls and the steelers are able to do that and they shot him down in the second half but he's so slippery and he is so dangerous we just mentioned that it's GonNa be a tough task for any game about the game download it now by searching silence sports in the apple APP store or visit when sideline dot com that's win sideline dot com Pittsburgh steeler fans what's going on this is Jeff Hartmann editor of behind the curtain and no this is not a steelers postgame up and that's exactly what you have to do the weren't able to do especially in the second half and that was when when you get a pass rush you have to really keep him inside the Tax Cunningham we've seen Steve Young I mean some of us have seen Fran Tarkenton so we've seen the mobile quarterback can run around and make plays but men Colin Kaepernick to that name of guys that run around he he even even Russell Wilson he's a problem he's GonNa leave a lot of plays on the field can offer and you know Lamar something I mean I mean we've seen a guy to Kinda scrambles runs around like Mike Vick we've seen random you can play man coverage against him I mean you need let alone eleven sets is you might need every set is of your fans in the stadium and I look at what's going on with him and I think about the steelers in the second half of that game against the Ravens when they bottled because the steelers did not play today they're on their weeks by week but it is a steelers QNA question and answer session with myself and Lance Williams over here our phone is up so I can answer said questions so absolutely and there is one key question that we're GonNa talk about and that is the headline or the titles this episode nonetheless we're GonNa get to that in a second let's talk a little bit about some of the week seven action went down today believe or not in the AFC north the browns. And I don't know if we've seen a god like Lamar Jackson I mean he's he has cannon he runs like a four three and he's a bigger guy the by just like the steelers the bengals lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars they remained winless in Seattle bungles of bungle and then the ball week and then off the bye week they'll play the New England patriots so lance what were your thoughts on the week that was mainly with the Baltimore Ravens you know we were just talking on the other side of me lands how you doing this fine evening I am doing okay that's right you reminded me I am asking questions today so I'm GonNa make it but like I was saying that you jeff off air man he's he's GonNa make some to he he's a dangerous guy and and we were talking about I don't know how Ravens do with no one really thought they could do was they went to the west coast playing in Seattle and they they beat a really good e- hawks team on the road that's a big win for them as they head into their Bible telling you which way he's gone as well I mean that that that that guy is he's something else to watch dangerous is a good word to describe the Mark Jackson they are the best defense in the league there is no doubt there yeah and and you know I hate to give those guys north complements the they are there I think but that does put a dent into the steelers plans I know that a lot of fans with thinking okay the Ravens are gonNA lose they'll drop a game and then the steelers could possibly the defense in that includes the New England patriots coming off a bye that'll be a week nine and they're one of the best of the best defense teams in the League right now no no no no no teams were averaging six and a half points against the Patriots so it's it's definitely a situation where it's going to be a fun game to watch but that's two weeks away week eight game Monday night football heidsieck is a trap game fans hate to say that but that's what we have here with the winless dolphins coming to town I think it's absolutely the trap game and I think it's definitely even more so of a trap game now that fits magic is the starting quarterback down in Miami and the steelers ironically will get a chance go into week eight against the Miami Dolphins Monday night football Heinz field and win that game just slowly Kinda clawed their way back well that's not happening and anyone that go against fits Magic Fitzpatrick Ryan Fitzpatrick again they went up against him last year down in Tampa where they got some critical turnovers and able to get steeler fan out there that's had a long day just look at some of the stats from the Miami Dolphins it is comically bad it is historically bad I mean I think that they're I think today they they scored I believe Jeff Sixteen points maybe maybe seventeen points might have been the number that was a touchdown they are so comically bad that this absolutely one thousand percent lines they're high for the year and I think with them averaging or getting seventeen I believe they're averaging touchdown this year thought the Ravens were just GonNa just lay over and die well you haven't been watching football that long but let's talk about this upcoming game for the steelers this the headline of the episode net is Lance is the we in game at a time don't believe any of that these guys are on twitter these guys are watching games these guys fully know that the Miami Dolphins as a trap game especially coming off a bye week and and guys will say that they don't read stuff about teams and they try to keep singularly focused one are absolute trash and they're coming off a bye week with a quarterback that is just getting a concussion protocol so this is a capital the fact that this team is two and four does not give them any excuse to overlook anyone you know everyone knows that they've lost C. R. A. P. Gay Yeah there's a couple of things in my opinion that go against that and it's not that this isn't a potential trap game I'm not disagreeing with you there I think it was the first win of the season last year so when you look at the Miami Dolphins I mean Jeff I mean Ju- If you want to get a laugh jeff if you've had a long day the box you mentioned that game that they won down in Tampa they typically play well against Ryan Fitzpatrick I'll keep that in mind I also think that but here's some stats some aspects to keep you my number one the steelers haven't lost the Monday night game at home since I think nineteen nineties that's a pretty good streak they have gone on their way because they've sucked it up so far this season everyone's all high off that week seven Windsor Week six win in Los Angeles chargers but they're still not a good football team you might be getting closer but they're still not a good football team so I see your point and I definitely validate that point in terms of a trap game I think those factors that I mentioned though games everyone knows the record of the teams that they've lost too but the fact of the matter remains this team is not foreign to I would be much more concerned if they were for it listen to the program can guess it The answer to a question that I'm going to ask but they can't they can't search the Internet to get the answer they just have to answer spur-of-the-moment like eighteen today so how many what was it original question again how many points if they scored this year forty three I'm going to say by five they've scored four touchdowns weren't too today or you can sixty five third out percentage conversion rate twenty five percent two teams fifty percent I mean the number aims I mean I mean you look at their status absolutely comical seventy four first downs opponent it's one hundred twenty three rushing first downs sixteen opponents forty seven passing first downs forty seven opponents. I don't necessarily see it as if we're going DEFCON LEVELS DEFCON one being the world's about to explode defcon five. Okay we're okay I think defcon three in terms of Miami's not trying to win games they have no intent of winning games they are in the tourist sweepstakes who ironically just had surgery for eighteen today I believe I don't know if they updated the stats on ESPN for today's game but I think that they did they scored they really don't have any of those players anymore I mean it's incredible and another thing to think about is that in terms of the the dolphins ankle sprain after the Tennessee game but they are in a two sweepstakes they don't WanNa win I believe if they thought that they had a chance that they would four touchdowns this year go how many points they've scored this year as a team or they probably played seven games their own six and ours are downright laughable when you look at this Miami Dolphins team and here's the other reason why it's probably on defcon three and a half to four one who supposedly coined that phrase but if they just come out and I would love to see the steelers offense have a little bit of a little bit more of US win they would put Josh Rosen in the game at halftime there are people that say they're not playing offers because they don't want him to get killed you are that's that's a great guest forty two they are averaging eight point four points per game after six game a two going into this game coming off a bye if they were to and no I you read twitter if they're reading twitter they're reading a lot of hate ball I think with the steelers it this is GonNa come down to just them doing they're doing their job you know I hate to say that 'cause idiot up north partly absurd when you think of the Miami Dolphins and that's the only reason why I think it's a trap game because you could get trapped into thinking that these guys are not in game yeah yeah probably three and a half I would go even maybe four jeff do we have any giveaways that we can give away if a listener that's currently give you another funny stat when it comes to Miami there minus nine in turnover ratio minus nine of games because they don't want him going through all this and taking the harassment but how many sacks have they given up you know go ahead makeup it's Patrick being on the team should be very good resource for them in terms of what they do what they do well specific tendencies either it's on their defensive side of the foot hamlets of what they actually are coming off by week that's obviously Mason Rudolph at quarterback I'd like to see hopefully take virus okay he's already said that the average what seven points a game they actually average slightly more than that now okay because they scored seven at certain the play for the jets and he played for the jets he's played for the entire national flat real third last year he was the quarterback have been compared to five point six almost four yards different per attempt with a pass that is ridiculous I mean some of this stuff is the Jay Ajayi that's gonNA run all over us and he's referencing when the horrible dolphins beat dealers down in Miami I can't remember what year that was. NFL players that they're not being coached properly but this is a professional football team at any time you put the lead athletes on the field you can lose let me anybody survives that I mean if they lost Miami so it might be pink slips coming off a bye week live sports are you that guy who's always yelling called it well here's your chance to put your mouth where the money is called sideline and it's the free real time Sean wanted to ask was simply how many touchdowns at the Miami Dolphins scored this year granted their own six how many touchdowns you take the guest jeff absolutely comical there a comically bad football team and just think jeff what would happen if the steelers went off of a bye week that would be the worst scenario okay tell the truth when you're watching your healthy team coming off a bye he gets guys like T. J. Watt James Connor all those guys in there it'd be interesting to see what that looks like but I I'm not really mobile sports APP that lets you get more out of life sports you think every moment can be as exciting as a pet mahomes deep past or fourth quarter tie now it is tells stats that analyst always bring up when they measure good teams as yards per attempt opponents are their yard for attempt is nine point seven the people that are dolphins beat the dolphins fans not me not steeler fans or anything like that there's people that say that there are literally keeping Rosen out of I mean they don't they don't do anything well they only averaged three point two yards per carry here's a deadly one in why you're on six and this is one of those if some cold hard cash sideline the game about the game download it now by searching silent sports in the apple APP store or visit wind game you've got the knowledge you've got the instincts you can see that Zeke Elliott hurdle coming from a mile away all you have to answer five questions right and if you just one yourself order in order it they're all at home so we have to talk about venue Miami Dolphins Indianapolis Colts La Rans navid. Because I'll tell you what you win and you're starting a stretch of three games at home yeah the dolphins obviously Heinz Field Monday night football sports and it's not complicated live property silent is fun and super easy to play just joined the game before kickoff and you get the chance to make picks and real time during the headline dot com that's win sideline dot Com let's let's hope that I fifteen seconds or the first person that jumps in or I don't know we had anything to the top of my head Oh anyway I would beat Miami I think the Ram game and I think actually the colts game is probably tougher than the rams game live which is number one in the National Football League at least twenty four difference of ninety-six enough four sacks game I mean these numbers are absolutely the problem I'll talk a little bit while you look it's the Miami Dolphins as I think it was Beau in the live chat the game shows it'd be his this wouldn't be losing to New England it wouldn't be losing a close overtime game to Baltimore you lose to it Oh and sixteen at home on prime time about Miami but I do know that they're giving a lot of sacks that number yet you Miami is giving up twenty four sacks in the differential in sack totals steelers have given up was lost Amy Hi women and Children Yep that's exactly I'm I'm turning over a new leaf you know we talk despite preferencing but you just said we already know where your heart is really I think from a physical perspective you know the weight of colts play football and they really try to establish the run and really play a really physical brand of football and I believe was on the color call for that game he said that Jacoby Bur said has not been intercepted once when failed because of a blitz I'm GonNa go I was GONNA say five five coming out of that three-game stretch I think they went two of them I think that I actually think they match up well against INDIANAP- near the colts come into town hines he had many of the rams so my question for you is Lance let's let's put on your prognosticator head but if they get their offense right the can't winner shootout and I don't think adding the rams editors three teams that we talked about are the most likely to put them into a shootout situation this sideline you get to predict what will happen next and make money doing it Ceylon is the game about the game it's not all insider daily calm and collected he is against the blitz and we know how much the steelers loved the Blitzen I don't know if this change today because they didn't get to watch all of that game but Trent Green the anterior offensive line I know to it is out and I know that will be a a very big loss but I just don't like the way the rams run the ball Komo four now after these three three games what they record Gimme the three give me the poll and so that's that's the one I that scares me the most purchase this the reason why I like the rams match just because the rams have been so inconsistent in can really get after that offensive line with the rams and I think the rams aren't the same I think they aren't the same this year 'cause they're guards I think that's the tougher of the two games I think the steelers actually from a secondary perspective matchup really well against list but the the thing that Indianapolis is and I didn't notice I actually watched a good bit of Colts Texans Game Today was Jacoby Bruce said in how he's not really fazed by the blitz they have good offensive line I see the rams game is more of a struggle for the steelers because I think if they can get their offense right which it's an issue right now for them creative I think they're well coached I can't pronounce these coordinators name have bonder he does blue starting in eljay Walton as the backup I hope the steelers still look out for more guys I'm not a Walton Fan in particular but I still think the steelers upfront so now I don't think they can run the ball effectively really at this point and I I've seen him get dominated in the trenches and I still think even without to it with the Lewis Hams and what the Rams WanNa do in that play action passing game I think the game against the colts will be tougher so being positive I'm going to say to in one Costanzo the tackle to his left I liked the coaches of football team I like frank right what he does offensively I think he's crazy that's that's Jason's name from I really liked the colts I think the colts our team built to do some damage and I was really impressed by them going up to Kansas City the colts are really tough I like Jacoby percent I think Kobe percents going to be a solid player I love Nelson the guard the in really beating up a chief team and getting that win yeah and then it it's GonNa be an interesting sooner than later you know it has to be done over these next couple of games to get there and it's Matt ever flus excuse me I don't know how you re righted the ship would you say I think you have I think you have you come five five you come on five hundred I think you he's his birthday today so big shadow happy birthday yeah he was he actually one are troubling and they can't run the football and play action is essential to what they WANNA do so I disagree with you a little bit about the colts game I think a new class of nineteen ninety four so maybe we bumped elbows in Skibo Hall and play Little Pickup Basketball and climbed the CMU class of ninety five baby wow look at dad's up h h yes my fellow Tartan I am seeing will h h he wrote lands just telling us his unbiased feelings that's all objectivity is part of the CMU education and training I'm kind of leaning at one into being positive I'm going to say to and one I say they beat Miami and I think they beat the rams but they lose to the colts they typically play very very well against Ryan Fitzpatrick whether it was with the bills whether this with a stint with the Bengals I think he might have lined up against him with the jets the Games and I might say that this is a critical juncture for the steelers because even if they were to get to and one and you're five and five you've dug yourself out of a one in four holes they met ever flus defensive coordinator if the steelers were at some point even want to say Ortiz can legitimately say let's go out and try to win this division But I but I gotta get to the five hundred mark and you gotta get to the five hundred mark up to you double h h Skibo Hall Carnegie Mellon Tartans Yes you graduated in ninety four from from Grad School yes accomplish our giveaway for the draft party I think those tickets whose parents had a great time pretty cool speaking of Trades Nice what was the cartoon in ninety four you were watching you went to see space jam that's one of those movies that I'm basically warning went to see something else I honestly was not a huge space jam guy really wasn't so anyways noth- of the nineteen rope in that old jim in the back they had a data rope hanging onto ceiling in the gym and it was definitely old school so big brainwork probably my favorite and it never seen I think I took my nephews to see space jam bought them a slurpee in a big because it's such a stretch at this point you know that would be a coach if they were able to trade Tomlin for the two first two seconds yeah well speaking mid-nineties Talk This isn't even I'm not GonNa say the individual's name because he obviously email me personally I don't know if he wants his name out there but I'm gonNA assume that he's okay with me ponder or whatever your Sunday gave me much vander ash out there and that's what made you think of that vander ever Flus so yes okay from Ebi Calvin Lellouche all right evy Calvin says do you know the movie by the way absolutely not oh my gosh spending the content out there it's a long email the gist of it you talk if you could just makeup of incorrect sports name that I typically flood so pick one elite head yeah I was GONNA say one into I think Nineteen ninety-four yes from Cleveland in nineteen ninety four hours of BEBOP and around as a sixth grader man Nice they will Pat Mahomes through another twenty are down this quarter or how close is it going to be at the two minute mark you get five right and it's V for victory baby sideline one of my favorite flubs just all him that I'll just think of a a name from a movie and see if you can tell me what maybe it is tell you at the end okay. He says that he liked the deal for Mega Fitzpatrick. This was spun off an article that I wrote about the draft order coming into this week ships it's a great movie though okay the live chat should have this cavalier everyone is that anyways I Thomas Hey I want to read an email I got from say the individual's name could have come out could I cut you off quick comments big up the I infer I did see this in the live I wanNA give a shout out to Though getting bent with those whose he was the one that key he gave you the eye Kia couch names I can't I can't flooding on the guy's name Indianapolis Colts Defense Coordinator Right I think he's a really good coach did he space share the I was really into the remember the maniacs there's going no they had all these sub cartoons inside like the Pinky alive at please tell me the big Lebowski no it's a sports movie oh I'm only a few like blue chips now it's not picks for next year in in twenty twenty one he said that basically like I said I'm summing this up it's time for the future And he said what they should do next is trade Ben Rothlisberger if he comes back he feels the team one-dimensional he thinks he can get a few good do it I mean it's great hypothetical talk but man if you get a first rounder for Ben Rothlisberger do that in a heartbeat yeah I mean oh Jerry Maguire exactly he had me as soon as he said trade bit rothlisburger he had he as soon as he said that he had the leash reference nobody could spell it nobody can hand can maybe had it I don't know it's from Bull Durham I'm free domfront offices but it's pretty hard to trade a guy with that many hits on his body coming off a bomb elbow I don't know I don't think you could I would take a first or second third no fourth no definitely anything third or below no first or second I mean there's dumb teams was outside linebacker this dealers need balance offense with number seven they won't have it trade him and you might live to see more success astner Yes yes Kevin Yeah and he was dating older lady the Odor Blonde he was young pitcher she's a redhead I'm going to quote a movie and I know you're going to get this one because it was a sports movie as well you had me at hello you had me off in these last ten games plays well well enough you can see some potential will put it that way more so than you see now I wonder if the steelers along with with Charlie Sheen right now that's major league see I've seen both I think bull Durham was Kevin can I stop you for a second I'm really disappointed that no one in the live chat we have over one hundred people right now watching this show that no one no one got the evie Calvin I don't like that voice special the Savoy Special I got wonderboy points the movie bull Durham with Kevin Costner. It's a minor league baseball team the durables every cavalry leash was the character Nuke Lellouche bad in a championship game and he calls the bad boy over what is you bring over what's the name of the bet he could up Oh hell I do whatever Susan Serandon yes there we go to the pitcher anyways Yoga I don't know if I if it'd be awesome I would be interested to hear if they even would just put his name out there let's say Mason Rudolph we're Super Bros with old body putting dates on it so he could say that his arm that there will be no sign of proof that he is back to what he was before his arm injury unless they started leaking videos. Go Gosh we're going on patriots now we're taking videos or sending out goodness gracious we're leaking workout videos on twitter Bruce Arians can't survive under Bruce he killed Bruce have taken seven trump's getting murder Brazzi they're talking about is the Babe Ruth character from the with the lightning bolt on the bat wonderboy so what's the bad what's the name of the dad when he breaks the MM Sports Radio Weei I love I love Bush go ahead now back to the task at hand here the trade talk would you trade that you'd be forbid trading bet there's a rocket again here's my issue with Ben in the injury it's what I me and my dad we're talking about it and you sarcastically laughed about Bin throw a football league by the time he can throw a football I think bid will be offensive tackle or he'll be eh but he finally did it so I have no faith that Ben Rothlisberger will not be under three hundred bills about it's subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast APP so wow way to throw it a wife under the bus nice he is he well well let's let's play it like this jeff with one arm no I'm sorry to my logic GATT flip Jason Kirk and we're the host of the shutdown full cast your avengers of college football podcast it says here in the script onto riff on what that means and basically what I mean is this all already absolutely I mean literally get firm in the next key if you if you could get if you get a first for Ben which I doubt aac mascot fights announcers fleeing the early and unfashionable pants that coaches where now if you want to take college football exactly as seriously as it should be taken oh blocking tied in I just don't have any faith that guy is late in his career who has been adverse to working out his entire career the importance of working out now that he was thirty seven he were like come on man like all these years taking fourteen years to push yourself away from the he can still condition yourself yet you can't use your arm that takes a certain level of will say Dr Dedication to the kids vibe with Bruce it would be tough to it would be the problem the steelers have a trading and if I'm talking to this in a realistic perspective and he said his wife had to get addressed because he couldn't use his right arm and she put the watch our hey I'm Spencer Hall I'm Holly Anderson I'm Ryan Nanny that is I say workouts in Ben Jeff just like where you know where you laughed when you famously laugh when being talked about is going to rehab diligently I mean I just also really hope will reach him at a point now where you can still rehab the at Halo I mean absolutely I mean I I'm Gonna I'M GONNA buy enter my inner positive being can tree so he's providing nothing then why keeping cut him let him go at this point in time I feel like there's a free agent out there that could give you the same thing he does let's see I just mix the two together don't let me mixed the natural in there too and you're in there I know all those a.'s and the big but at the same time if if James Washington is healthy your three receivers are Juju Washington Deontay Johnson if it because with one arm he really can't push the table back now it's tough when he wore the apple-watching I'd find on the sidelines with every Tuesday we talk about everything from cooking disasters to pro wrestling too unfashionable pants worn middle school we also do talk about college football every now and then part of this nature man it's just the way he is bid why has skidmarks order tool and he said bid is giving us a lot and for the most part he's always gives us a chance to win of course last wants to talk bad about it get off because I was trying to say whatever Wesley Snipes is character was but that was that was Willie mays Hayes for me number seven is multiple super bowls taking the steelers to three in his legacy is what it is it is solidified there are did this I don't know if he has that well no I know he doesn't have he's been he is definitely not one fit ben with the steelers or do you see them cutting ties with him to get that third round pick I think they're gonna cut ties with them and get the third round pick yeah now I was told that he is doing absolutely nothing to help this team win yeah he had one catch against Los Angeles on Sunday football it was a nice catch not saying it wasn't say so at this point whatever you get extra out of been if it's not a championship I mean he's already giving to you've already exceed arrivals in the division who have found their quarterback of the future if Mason Rudolph is that guy then great for the steelers thanks comments about fitness in working out there if you're not watching Youtube Jeff can't even keep a straight face just kind of just drop some hints to team two team I here we go Tampa Bay who's their head coach quality execute he's their head coach Tampa Bay the expectation. Now it's it's time to start building building that roster up on the offense side of football and finding that quarterback is like he's Ryan Fitzpatrick or something it's ridiculous no I look I seven has been arguably the greatest quarterback in Pittsburgh steeler franchise history you been shake your hand your legacy has been great and you've been fairly compensated for it the trane keeps them if he if they don't cut they don't cut him they keep a big Oh they'll get a pick it just won't be a third round pick it will probably be like a fourth round pick and so I was like well in that case you cut him you want that third round pick because he thinks about it and I said this on my burning question last night for this team right here not not individual players you know individual players come and go the Pittsburgh steelers or whoever for and people can like that or hate whatever that's fine with them but always always try to say this I mean because at the time it was happening I was living in the bay area I moved around came back gracefully walk away and remain absolutely pristine in terms of the fan base is perception of them you think of moving what does Tom and he says is trying to jump onto a moving train the train keeps moving the league stops for no person or no individual and it's about the the next five to ten years we will be all looking at highlights and clips of been run around and make one of the greatest throws in Super Bowl history one in which he thought even Terry Bradshaw it that was not a not a very co-pathetic departure when he was done playing with the steelers for me though Pittsburgh steelers I thank you for your service you've been given probably close to two hundred and twenty five million there is nothing to feel sorry about when it comes to move hi like Peyton manning who won and then walked away you think John Elway who wants to and then walked away other guys have done it but his elbow instead thank you kick rocks we're going with Steve Yuck it happens the game moves on and so do fan bases and fincher because we started the program talking about that Freak show up in Baltimore and you've got Baker Mayfield in Cleveland so you've got to Nia player that would go down as one of the greatest if not the greatest quarterbacks ever in steeler history this is not bashing then we make fun of his weight and your listeners the show he put two hours and he said this is not Ben Rothlisberger relatable kind of get off the topic for a second will moncrieff actually make another catch I was GONNA get intercepted to San Antonio homes in the corner the end so so it is what it is I can say that I already look up highlights then and just I think the Ben if he were to step down or even if he were to be traded which it's very farfetched I think absolutely he would remain a great Pittsburgh steeler in

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Hour 2: 9/12/2019

The Paul Finebaum Show

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Hour 2: 9/12/2019

"No one's been part of more first days of Work Than Car Harper and in the same way rookies have to keep earning respect Carl Hart never stops earning the respect of hardworking people like you since eighteen eighteen eighty nine cohorts got your back twenty. Four seven visit carshield dot com forward slash. CFP The Paul Finebaum show podcast has been brought to you by the capital on sabre card earned four percent cash back on dining and entertainment two percent of grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases now. When you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms terms apply. We welcome you back. What a what a hour and fifteen minutes we've had here with the Harry Conversation girly chomping chomping down on the gamecocks and of course the extraordinary interview with Lake Anderson. Let's get back to the calls and checking with Phil who is up next feel good afternoon. Paul spent a while good to talk to you. Thank you great to have you on It's hard to be merciful after last call but let me say this about Georgia fans having having been around them going back to an kid first game. I saw Fran Tarkenton quarterback. They always seem to find the right deal and congratulations and John what they're doing tomorrow. No it's it's it's absolutely tremendous. let me say this to big cat and is a Tori Gurley Tori girl. Yes okay let me say this any team who's lost five games in a row to Kentucky and football really well. He's not you don't need to be talking. You're right look. It's my Alma Mater. I grew up in Lexington. The last time Kentucky beat five teams in a row. It was in the nineteenth nineteenth century. I think they'd be Transylvania. They went six before finally being upset and that's something let me say this about seasonal hurts on Monday. Yeah I know he's cohort a You know fellow Alabama in sports writing. I think Alabama should it considering should should consider naming Bryant Denny Stadium seasonal or just give me some pompoms advice Williams. It'd be giving pompoms. What did you think about it. I thought I I I look at interviews differently than fans. I'm just I just have a a bar whether you either entertain me or you don't and he did well. It was pretty good. I mean I thought he got. I thought he got all horse. Horse a little bit and went crazy. Let me say this to Tennessee fans and I know look you have to be at Tennessee Fan. It's your Alma Mommy. my delete keeps coming up and I think we've had this conversation before. I think there is a toy that was at Kentucky in the late nineties. I'm talking about Mummy Leach and and Tony Franklin Brian. You you remember Tony Franklin on very well. Tony lasted about two weeks as an Auburn offense coordinator my wrong or not no. I talked to Tony Not long ago. We're good friends. Is he working or not I don't think so let me ask you this and you are in Birmingham. All all those years the story that I got through some fairly good sources and look I'm not sure it's like you that those three guys had been in blackballed by the SEC office because of not only grades being changed at the University of Kentucky but maybe happy hour every Thursday these guys on on the sidelines coaching. Have you heard any of that could have gotten a job. Sec if he could have got a job yeah I have not heard that I mean how mummy trying to remember where he went after Kentucky and the Mexico State Yeah Listen I. I don't know what happened happened but if I did I I will tell you. There'd be no reason not to share it. Let me let me offer you this. Have you looked at the weather in Lexington. I just did because we're doing a show outside tomorrow. You're going to eat some sunscreen yeah. I I will tell you. This is the last time I did a show in Lexington. I want to dig up a picture tomorrow. I I had a Toboggan on a coat and gloves. It was seventeen degrees and snowing tomorrow. It looks like the high is going to be ninety six. Can you can you can you be in a maybe a some kind of small thing with no shirt on. I never thought I will tell you I love Lexington's. One of my favorite places going there since I was in college but every time we go there it's usually in November and it's the coldest show of the year. It will be the hottest show of the year tomorrow. I think you're exactly right. I don't think you can go anywhere as you move through the season. That's going to be harder than that tomorrow. It's crazy you know all the global warming warming people. Maybe we need to bow all down always great talking to you. She is Georgia Florida game. Thank you can't wait Phil. That's not a cool place either yeah. I don't know what's going on in New York. Yesterday was ninety three. It's what is it ninety seven where we are right now Randi. It's ninety seven here. Excuse me ninety eight ninety eight according to the local TV and tomorrow is going to be ninety six. I mean it doesn't get ninety six in Lexington Kentucky very often. I'm still going though Kenny is in West Virginia Virginia. How are you kidding. Hey all I'm doing great. How are you doing. We're doing fantastic two more days Paul Lexington Kentucky being you all about us. I can't wait. I can't wait I of course I got everything recorded set so you know I can come back and relive the glory there that You you know the the talk you hear there with coach. Anderson kind of puts things into perspective about you know we we call in every day and argue and laugh and joke about a football the game and I tell you that that taught me a candidate. It got me to a lot of reasons and anyone and we all know someone who is gone through what Wendy has and and it's and it's just an unbelievably a a difficult thing to turn it into what they have turned it into and I mean my heart goes out to that man and his family family because that's way too young to go through something like that. I agree. I'm I'm married to my best friend. I've known since high school forty three years that I I just cannot imagine listen to him. my heart goes out to him and his family and I think it's a very class. I taught Kirby smart so you know and and and the Georgia bulldogs or doing for him. I think that was a a a great gesture on their part. You really is and yeah you know listen. It doesn't matter whose idea it was. Somebody did it and they implemented it and it's just a a magnanimous and it magnanimous gesture and it just shows you you are listening to him and we've all been there before. Kenny and he he he he he's an inspiration to everyone absolutely i. I thought that was a great interview. I was actually very surprised. Tells Ya I follow the story you know and it's it's. It's only been a few weeks. It has not long and I followed it intensely and just to just to be able to talk about it but I think he also knows that the best thing to do right now is is to is to try to have as normal of an existence as possible. Even though there's no way that as possible well you know they probably stay busy and go through. You know whatever normal can be for him. you know which means you know continue coaching and eh to keep his bond. Also you know jump off your where at the end of the hour look forward to seeing tomorrow in Lexington. We are back after this. Let's let's consider the secret life of the innermost nesting doll living most of her life in the dark inside the other nesting does he has plenty of time to think if we could sadly it has no brain however when most nesting doll here's the Geiko not only saves people money but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years. She thinks it's it's obvious you should switch because yes switching to gyco is a no brainer pity in a most nesting doll and her lot in. Life Fried Passion then Patrie of college football leaves here. This is the Paul Finebaum show our to podcast. We'll welcome back. Our next guest is no stranger to the studio. He came in here. Adhere go a little bit over a year ago and absolutely guarantee that the gamecocks would beat Georgia and that person is Tori Gurley the former former wide receiver from South Carolina got there and eight played in the famous game against Alabama and torey listen. I haven't seen or heard from you since since I was double checking to make sure you weren't in the witness protection program. Yeah Georgia messed up my guarantee. Last year Paul I had a setup perfectly I had t shirts as at celebrations and all and with them going out and beaten us that Bannon Columbia humbled me and it made me realize you know what let's take it one day at a time and get back to the drawing board and figure out some different well new season has dawned and the gamecocks are coming off of a scintillating thrashing of Charleston Southern New quarterback first game didn't go well losing to North Carolina so where is this program as they face Alabama right now yeah. I don't know I went on a rant after the game and I it truly it was something emotional because we expected to go out and beat University of North Carolina Chapel the hill. You know something that we we all thought of a game that we should be able to handle with coach. Brown just coming back out of retirement within television and them having a true freshman quarterback and when they had that law it really I it hurt game cognition 'cause it was something we expect it to be to anno- going going into the Alabama game and not having it it makes us look at things differently and being able to I guess appreciate the wins and losses when they do come okay that's great but the schedules incredibly difficult among the most difficult maybe the most difficult schedule in the country with just like Texas A. and M. Playing the top three schools. you look at that you you factor in everything else atmosphere. Uri in a couple of weeks Kentucky at home a team that has owned South Carolina at Georgia Florida home at a and M forgot about that Game Clemson was realistic for this team I'm not going to speak about the realistic of hold. Well hold on a tour. You making guarantees now going. You're not even offering a educated. Guess what what's to come is is putting things in perspective is this those guys got to play better. You know we we as fans. Obviously you want your team to win especially me being allom of university South Carolina. I want to see those guys put their best foot for but I just want to see him. Put together a complete gain. I don't know about our deputy offense. I know what we're trying to do. Defensively but offensively offensively we have these bells and whistles and I'll feel like we use them the right way. Okay what was your ran about after the North Carolina game play but I'd like to hear from you Moran about was the effort that passion and pride when it takes to be a game cock. I feel like we're blessed to have a lot of people to support the program financially but I don't think those guys truly appreciate that. When it comes what what did what did they do or what didn't they do that. You wanted to see them do to be able to keep a keep a team down like if you have a Li finish the deal and I felt like those guys took their foot off the gas. I felt like from a coaching perspective effective. There is opportunity to complete a fourth and inches and you decide to play the numbers game pining and ended up biting us into but they went onto ninety five yards rods and he gave a true freshman and a team. North Carolina confidence to keep rolling and eventually hurt us it came back in a loss and I felt like those guys didn't take take it to heart as we did as game cock nation because that was something we were looking forward to his them being able to get rid of that ugly Lawson Enbridge well against Virginia Bank of America Stadium and to go out and lay another egg and thing have we we all were just frustrated and it was just my emotions but hopefully they can bounce back from that because we'll see I'm sure you here's an analyst lost we we WANNA hit. We WanNa get analysis of this team from you. You've criticized the effort. You've criticized the Coaching Staff Challenge to coaching staff and challenged. Come on a former player goes on social media and says which as you said I don't think too. Many people interpreted that as anything other than a shot yet it was a shot to to fire them up. You know I looked at that game for you there in some only figure out a way to fire them up after a loss yes because I looked at the game and it felt like those guys didn't care you know when they had opportunity Michael. My question is how AH maybe this'll be a better question much but I'm not going to be in Columbia Tamar primarily because they lost and we would have been there otherwise but what are is it. The coaching staff is is at the team I mean when when you when you spend the entire off season getting ready and you don't perform the first game what does that lead the rest of us to believe currently those guys just don't know how to win the Games that count you know you supposed also go out and beat the Charleston Southern's and the lower division teams but when it comes to closing out a game or or competing with the big dogs that are top three in the country. You GotTa have dogs dogs out there. I mean these guys got to be able to put it on a field from start to finish execute the game plan. Get the fans fired up and give us something to cheer about. I feel like whenever I go to a South Carolina game. We're already down fourteen zero seven zero first quarter and that's something that I wanna see as a fan and as a analyst those guys go out and put a drive together and to get our fans rallied to be like you know what that's our gamecocks we can do this. We got a shot but you know when you go out and you don't have a AH entity all fence. We kind of look around like what do we do so let's let's break this down. We'll much emphasis his fourth year. He's had some success he's had some failure. Failure your thoughts on what he is doing and and his future is the gamecocks head coach honestly. I we're right there in the middle of it. I mean truly what does that mean appreciate what he's done for the university but we want more you know we. We're all competitive and we watch what those guys is. Due in Greenville South Carolina the Orange School Clemson and it's a rivalry between the state schools and when we sit back and watch those people on on Saturday night right damn and they're winning or God I feel like the ball is rolling air and that's just something that we as game cognition. WanNa see again we I've been around when the school was competing at elite level and right now. I just don't think they're doing it through and through and it it takes putting the right pieces together but you know as a as an analyst Melissa. I'm just tired of hearing the same. Excuse Oh we're GONNA go back and go wash the film. You know you've been watching film before year's putting the best players out. There and let's go make plays unless win games. I mean just win. Damn Baby Win. That's the only thing that matters and as as a as a former player there and you were really good player and you played with some of the best players in in South Carolina history and now as an an as an analyst. I'm really interested in in you getting specific on on what's not happening because Chris I mean it's a serious situation. I think most of us know what's going to happen. Saturday and the game says we showed on the schedule are more Maraniss if it was me I have more former players involved in a program. I feel like when you watch the Alabama you watch the Clemson or Georgia. When you Pan Assad lawns for those Primetime Games I've seen more Ingram wartimes at a coin toss than him doing it with his own team. Being with the New Orleans Saints Thank sort of Baltimore Ravens. He's Planning University of Alabama and that's just something I feel like south. Carolina has to get back to that family. Having Gaza were former player so they can a AH was that existing under Steve Spurrier yes there were guys that were play with it became g as as to you know other positions and they make it simple for the people at home. You're saying that's not happening right now. I think there's one guy from that two thousand and ten team and that's Marcus lattimore. I think he does something you know player. Personnel will mentor Nagai's but you have many gamecocks that one a hill I wanNA help. You know whatever it takes. I'm willing and those other Allama willing to do that. And what do you think or what your best guess. I should say on why coach most champ going down the course. He's going versus. I think uh when you want him to go when you've been on a when you have the opportunity to I guess become a head coach. You know keep it close to this. If you've been around people for many years whatever reprogram you're going to bring them in but sometimes I feel like there's a disconnect when it comes to being a game cock and the reason I say that majority of us were not highly recruited these guys when you go back and look at it teams. There were winning. We were two three. Maybe four star and then the five star guy start coming in but those foul store. Gosh with through the two star guys I was wanted well. I wasn't the first one I mean you had coast Simpson and Jonathan Joseph from rocky South Carolina they went down and after I saw allows you know what I want to be a part of gamecocks. I WANNA do right now. Stefan Gilmore comes in county comes in and I just feel like we overlook look our state and as something that I will get back to doing this recruiting scouting an offering guys that are here because it means that much when you get a state offer from and when you get an offer from your state school considering that Clemson has the best program in the country and has won what five straight how critical is this season to to stem some of that because if it goes to six and let's say Clinton wins another national championship meanwhile we're is South Carolina s tough because and the way they do it they continue to have more and more former or players on a staff like every time I watch a game de'andre mcdaniel bowers like guys who played against my wow these guys are coaching there and and I think with them truly having that family tie I would take it back to is is being able to to have people so you can show a young man with his light right to win and to be in their shoes. You know something when I when I talk about recruiting we as fans or or as analysts you get all hyped up over a star rating you know whatever but when when you when you have that thing and your chest beats you have heart and you can go out and leave it all on feel everybody can see to it shows up on tape. You're you're. You're a prominent former player. I I actually just in this regard. Have you attempted to sit down with coach Muschamp and expressed these type of feelings of course and you know He. He's a busy guy and they usually. They're like we'll tour. We'll get back to you but there would be something that I would do is have more of an emphasis on that. the first thing I would have done for the two thousand ten team is have them there at the game on Saturday when I have to tell you. I assume they would be there no I. I haven't thought because we're I'm not I'm not going to be there which because because to circumstances change but I would have bet any amount of money that the two thousand and ten team would be honored and you would've lost it. There's there's going to be one guy air officially and Abby Stephen Garcia. He's GonNa lead but I I will have more players involved not just the a five star guy but the guy everybody yeah the meat and potatoes guys. You know the guys who you didn't know anything about but when you see them all come together you can feel that camaraderie you can feel that passion and that's where when you recruit or when you're actively on affiliate. Muli man this is all about this inspires me to be the best player student student athletes can be be the best game. Kagaku can be an extra something you know I I wanNA see South Carolina. Get back to no way we can predict beyond today because it's all opinion but if this season comes in as the experts predict they've already lost one game. Everyone thought they were GonNa win. I think most people thought six and six or seven five was was really a realistic situation. If this thing is hovering around mediocrity what does that mean in to this program. That's going to be a big decision for the border trustees and in a new president of school athletic director Ray Tanner I don't know that's not my position. I just WanNa see more of your outspoken. In that's who you are but Utah when when you were here one time I remember which one it was we had you Dave Cohen. I think Alshon called and ask you at three of the most famous players and and they were all friends of yours. What are your friends. Who whether? It's these guys are others. They're saying about this program right now very upset been more to what you heat it you should you should see our group messages. We're all upset about the performance and how to Gosh player or how they act. We we just WANNA see more of their urgency and also gosh we. We just WANNA see a different for football team out there on Saturday because we just we know we understand this the new tom where these kids get the bills. Wilson's with the new facilities and the xbox the playstations but when you sign on dotted line that letter of intent you sign the keep your GPO and for you to go out and be the best player you can be and I just feel like with all the amenities it can distract these guys especially in this day and age or make them feel entitled to something that they didn't work for. They didn't win it but they expected because right there here at Their Disposal Chore You Will Follow The Story. I appreciate your candor. I mean we joke around but this this is an important program it may not be the most accessible program in the SEC but but I guess cock former players. Gamecocks fans love it and they want success. That's it us all we want and we won't go out there and leave it all on a field and and give us a chance to win gives us something to cheer about fellows come back. Yes Sir thank you thank great to have you on Tori Gurley former gamecocks some interesting thoughts on where the program is and wraps where it is going. We'll get some reaction to this when we come back listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast welcome back. Let's get back to the calls and you know we gotta get some South Carolina reaction because Tori Tori girl. You can interpret it any way you want. I I'm just the I'm just a host host here. I'm on the checkout guy at the at the local grocery store. I make sure you you have fifteen or fifteen or fewer items but I i WanNa know what a South Carolina Fan Thought of Game Cochran gamecocks crime there go right ahead cat. Daddy hit the nail old head. He's exactly right. That's what needs to be done but I just hate the fact. You Ain't coming up here I do too. I was so I had so many friends I was I was going to let's see who on Friday night. was going to tailgate. I had a bunch of Alabama friends coming in South Carolina friends. It was going to be a great weekend yeah yeah can we had a we had a barbecue in green. The teen is an poking means a bacon ships done and tomorrow night. I was coming by the I was coming by juniors well. It'd be good to have it now. We got printed again. That'd be a bunch of people that ballgame Saturday activate well. Let's talk more about Corey. He said that the coaching staff there under will muschamp. I'm not really interested in former players. Do you think that's a big deal or not having that he's like you see on Alabama and Clemson so they all have the Shawn Watson one of the last ball games then they don't do that at the game because I think he's doing that. He's he hit the nail on the head and the head it hurts. That's interesting to hear from our lead gamecocks fan time but anything should come the help Hakim gene. I'm willing to go. I know you're I think that's why you have to be objective and I don't know fact from fiction. That's why we talked to people like you you. That's why we had Tori on the show and I mean listen whether whether Stefan Gilmore Tori Gurley is on the sideline Saturdays not going to determine the outcome of the game but I mean at some point will muschamp has to move this team up or down in the decision has to be made right now. I feel like the program is somewhat stuck in the middle. Yeah I think so call the missile. Seattle okay well. Don't call them yet. Thank you can't daddy mayflower moving man. I think they moved me. They're they're good. They're good okay. We're GONNA take a break and we've had a lot of fun and we are going to continue having fun but we're very serious guest coming up Blake Anderson you know the story He lost his wife Wendy to breast cancer a few weeks ago. It's really one of the saddest stories of the off season but it's also one of the most inspirational stories and we will talk to the coach coming up very soon. They play Georgia Saturday. You're listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. We welcome you back for those. Who've been away on radio radio. We were just playing Kirby smart talking about the opponent this week. Arkansas state in his respect for that program and especially for coach Blake Anderson I think by now most of you have heard the story of coach Anderson Losing his wife has been one of the saddest things to watch watch in college sports or just in life in general for longtime he came back to work Saturday and we're watching now adjust to his surprise reappearance and you can see the energy in this room as the coach return of course it will be on the sideline. Saturday and we welcome coach Anderson to our coach. Thank you very much. I know your your remind is is on football yet. You're playing the top teams in the country and we'll talk about that but but but I think I I just have to ask you how you doing and what what the reaction of your team and the reaction of so many people around this country to to to Wendy's he's passing and and and to her inspiration have been like well. I mean you know we're we're in the healing process and when you ask our ill and it just kind of you know it comes and goes there's laughs and then there's two usually. Kinda they kinda come head in hand but definitely felt like that it was time to come back back to work and try to find some sense of normalcy. I think the new normal whatever that's going to be just without a we've been doing this for a long time together and twenty seven years of and so kind of finding that out on a daily basis what that looks like but the kids have been you know really just amazing staff as well they've dug and did a great job by without the fan base and the community and I think maybe even above and beyond that just coaching community across the country has it's just been overwhelming the support that is kind of lifted us through the fight over the last couple years and down the last few months when it was really really difficult there's so many many amazing people have stepped out stepped up to lift us up in prayer and feed us and take care of kids and and just give us energy to fight all the way down to the bitter end and that has not changed over the last few weeks. We've been dealing with the past coach. I know I mean you're living through this and but I know you because of her. Both both of you talk about it but the inspiration that you that you and Wendy have given to so many people. I know that there's no consolation in a tragedy like this words are are are easy for me or anyone else to offer but but you you you've endured with your family and friends and community but it must be gratifying to know how many people how many lives she has touched well. We always took the approach. This is our ministry that got put us in coaching. Did it really poorly for the first ten years my career and how to walk away from it to kind of reset our our lives and reset priorities and when I got back in two thousand seven everything six Poland has been about faith first family second and honestly football came third and luckily I've been around coaches and head coaches at hired me in rickey bustle and Larry Fedora door that allowed me to stick to those priorities and then as a head coach. It's been the way we built the program. I'm really I'm obviously I miss her. Ah Every day and that that's not GonNa Change. Maybe not forever definitely not for a while but yeah it fills my heart to know that people are seeing what we stood for. How we live in that God carried us through. We won't get the gory long this we wouldn't I couldn't I couldn't have this conversation with you but I know she was in heaven without the and in the presence of Jesus Christ and so we live that everyday and our job did it together did it as staff and it has a family and and people are seeing that we let the hard times overcame overcame and with with you know spirit and in the grace of God and that we've undoing football with balanced and having a blast doing so I wish she was here still tell the story and we could tell the story of of healing but you know God is silver perfectly and took her home over forty thousand people have seen the memorial service in her personal. Testimony is part of that video testimony as part that memorial service and I don't know how many others have seen just kind of what's been going on in the last few weeks but I know a lot of people are being pointing the direction of Christ and that's really what we've been about since stay want coach. Thanks for sharing that. We'll try to turn the page because you are football coach and here. I mean it's one thing to have a normal game on Saturday but you don't have that type of game but but I'm sure right now you. I'll let you answer the question. But what is it like to to get back and no oh you're playing one on one of the top teams in the whole country well getting back to all is is is a good diversion to be honest with so I love to do she knew that and even my kids have been encouraging me. My three kids encourage me to get back and get back to work. as soon as I felt like I could and it's been great to be back out working minute minute playing playing Georgia the first full week back is probably not how script 'cause they're you know they're just phenomenal team. It reminds we played Alabama to open up a go and this is the same game I mean. They looked like the same athletes Kirby in knicker so close in terms of how these things there's so many similarities we we got overwhelmed a year ago. We talked a lot about it this week. We just we just want to concentrate on us. We got better from week to week to the opponent changes dramatically. Now we know that but we just got to focus on playing better ball and if we'd be I think I think will all come out of it. Win Or lose will come out of a feeling like that. We've done our job. We can do that a year ago and we we played Alabama. We played. We played poorly. We played bad ball in the first half and they embarrassed us and we want to avoid that at every cost and so I think we're in a better place. He's mentally I'm I'm hoping and praying that we go into this and we play good ball and we'll let the rest of Take Care of itself coaching a Lotta. Time pundits like me we we sit up here and when we quite frankly and honestly trash games like this but I'm interested in what it's like on the other side you so you mentioned the Alabama game. It didn't go well. You still played Alabama now. You're playing Georgia on a very big stage. What does a game and in Arkansas stays from playing these games for for. Tom And I remember seeing Larry will bring in Alabama team against bear Bryant at Legion field but but what are games like what a games like this mean to to your community. Well you gotTA play. You GotTa play this game financially. We know we gotTA. Do it and we're going to be really selective about it. I mean we WANNA do this if we're not just going to play a bunch of Group of teams if we're GONNA play policy we're we're GONNA. We're GONNA find one that financially can support other programs here at the university. There's only a handful of schools that can do that at the level that we feel like is worthy of playing the game and so you put yourself in a position where you're you're playing Alabama's Georgia's Michigan next year Washington's coming up Ohio states coming up and then that's the we've all been Tennessee so we know the environment we're GonNa get into and we were going to put together a game plan to go win. We understand obviously everything's gotta go away so we don't necessarily have to win the game to see benefit financial financial benefit. We're GONNA get exposure. We're going to get but if we play well. We play well and we played good ball and we improve over the week. I mean we can still get a win without not getting the win on the scoreboard. We would obviously love the win on the scoreboard and if you do it changes your program forever. We've seen Boise do that. We've seen central Florida Houston. Can we seen teams do that and it changes your your program forever but there are there other ways to win and of course this particular game. We just WANNA keep side of that. Make sure we gotta get a is in like spock as we close your coach because I know you got a lot of work to do. we heard. Kirby talk about where paying thing for Wendy and I know that you're a football game that you're trying to win. You've already said that and this important but this is this is different and and I don't know I just I wonder what it's going to be like for. You and I know you can't predict two days from now but that's that's going to be quite a quite a difficult and and maybe inspiring scene for you when you walk out there and so many people are supporting you and Wendy well. No doubt I mean we when I got the message just to I guess yesterday somebody sent to me. I'll be honest. I was overwhelmed with it. It brought me to tears it yesterday. I can't tell ah I just know right now. Everything's really wrong and fresh and just show of support is been overwhelming at times and and we're doing everything again. We're doing everything with the first time I talked me and my kids are getting everything for the first time without or that. We've been doing for so long and I I can't tell you how responded I'm so grateful for the show of support from the fans and whoever came up with the idea and yeah it'll be it'll be one of those things that just Kinda see you. How would react but I'm I'm appreciative and I do. I think it's just a a really cool very classy gesture by somebody that didn't really have anything to gain from. It just doing handed out kindness of their heart coach. Thanks for for coming on a all the best to you and and we deeply deeply appreciate your time. Thank you thank you. Thank you very much Anderson. What a story. What an incredible everyone no matter who you are. You think you've had a rough day. I just think about this family and this community and what they've been through the last couple of years. We'll take about listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast.

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"Interesting how they. They've lost their lead. They they don't seem like they have a leader and to hear him like that. Yeah and to hear. Paul george talk about doc rivers and in a negative way in and just really surprising when he's never showed up and then when you look at other teams across the league like houston going on james harden and how professional that's been and i'm saying here's a guy who's making who literally make over forty million dollars a year acting. That way is just interesting. The leadership styles and you can see what organizations because you won't have probably we've not. You're not have these kind of problems in miami. You not having these problems in boston. They're not have these problems in san antonio but there are certain organization. But we've always known you should not say james harden's name and leader in the same sense. How long have you known that. Yeah well yeah. he's he's. He's gotten everything from what we could see from this perspective. He's gotten everything he's asked for in houston They've given him every single thing. And now you want to jump ship now. You wanna jumped ship because you have been a basic pariah. You've been a parade so everybody's left so something wrong with russell. Westbrook some wrong chris pau so i mean it's just it's every year and i just don't understand how someone that talented can't seem to get it. He reminds me. You know what he really reminds me. He reminds me of a smaller. Dwight howard reminds me of a smaller white. How're because of just the sheer fact of being his great and talented as they are. They seem to can't get it in their head. That is a team sport. If you wanna be solo play tennis play golf. Yeah i mean if it's all about you if it's going to be all about us wim swear i mean do something that solo so but winning team sport i think you gotta you gotta understand that. There's a role in the team sports. You've been watching some football. Who did you see. You see anybody that can take kansas city chiefs out by a baltimore. Baltimore is my team. I believe baltimore. You think the market months lamar jackson. Lamar jackson is many just had his second straight year. You know how many teams how many quarterbacks had a thousand yard a russian season before lamar jack rate player. I do not doubt that. But do they have the. How many thousand yard running quarterback has been in the nfl prior to lamar jackson. I don't know you already known acid that so tell us share it. There's only been one season. Prior to lamar jackson. That had a thousand yard seasons. I would like to say it's either going to be fran tarkenton or or or randall. Cunningham or one of those and back a quarterbacks they really run or or even maybe maybe a michael vick. Because michael vick was running he was running quite a bit doing their time. But regardless of what. France continues to do as run and he was scrambling without of the little. Do dad man. 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Colonel james series out of the dmv. You you in the hotspot brother. I mean but make sure nobody climbing up your balcony man. Nobody on the balcony. Listen guys i want. I wanna terry too much. We got you know. We've we've got the resurgence of the nba. We got an nba back playing We also got the closing of the come into the end of the nfl and we have a national championship. So let's start out with the national championship. I know both of you guys are big. Football lovers we got ohio state in alabama. What you got roll tide roadside fast. Too strong too many weapons. I like ohio state. You'll stay close the first half but alabama's gonna roll tide secondhand lieutenant colonel. What you got mr speaker. I don't know. I don't know i think so. How state is a gamer. The they played for the spotlight. You got a lot of pro athletes on that team. They're gonna give alabama go because they beat the brakes off clemson which is something that alabama has not been as soon the same way so it's going to be a great game and i give age to ohio state just because of the fact that the united scout them as well because they got so many unknowns because they had a shortened season so you think the six games really worked in their in their fav- as as clemson i i think ohio state had that additional motivation because of that previous game they against northwestern and they really didn't play well so i think they had to come out against clemson and show who they were but i think they as we say in sports i think they shot their wide and It's a whole different team. When you play alabama do you think that davos. Sweeney comments about them being eleventh ranked team in the country Really added to the fire for the ohio state. Buckeyes i think it did. I think also not having their offense coordinator who was a sharp brother. Tony elliott making the calls even though he was positive for code cogan. He didn't have any symptoms but he wasn't calling game. But i think that really hurt. Clinton what do you think. How do you think that affect lawrence and justin fields. Do you think they will still consider line to a better quarterback prospect in fields. Yes absolutely it's just about four years versus one and a half years. Okay okay prospect. I'm sorry he is a better prospect. I what i'm saying. The bed didn't stop ohio state from scoring all the points scored on on defense clemson. So that offense that'll house they put on on the on. The field was amazing. what. I didn't expect it. And they absolutely played over. There are mentioned the guy getting covert testing positive for covid. Which brings up a question from me. Do you guys are any parallels between the I mean the deadly surge in in the corona's corona virus and sports. I mean have we let our guard down. I mean we have players playing in the bubble in the nba and now they come back and everything is just kind of free and easy and whatnot. I mean how do you guys see that relative to sports. I mean everything else is shutting down and it. It looks like it's business as usual sports. Yeah well. I think that the nba did a phenomenal job during the season or of their playoffs with the bubble molasses after layer staying coaches. And everything like that. I'm surprised that they didn't implement that. Starting the season as they did before You know you think about it. We laugh it because we were getting phone calls on a friday to tell us that a college. Football team festive positive. There wasn't gonna play that game and we had a scramble and try to find another two teams to fill that slot. Did you notice how many nfl games got cancelled this year. Yes yes very much zero reason. Is that be meeting. Billions billion dollars in revenue that they represent the. Nfl was not going to lose any of those dollars. So i think that's the big difference when it comes to sports they're taking the steps in the. Nfl has taken steps to make sure that their players stay say contact tracing and that whole philosophy. We're so actually got cancelled. They got postponed or rescheduled right. Zero got cancel zero zero. The big zero. Listen this is arnold sports and we're in the midst of our talk segment. We have andrew givens out of shreveport louisiana. And we have mr speaker lieutenant colonel james sears out of the dmv which is dc area. So with that being the case spirits. What you got. Let me let me ask the question. You just pros in regards to the how we look in. The nba did great yes logistically. It would almost be impossible for the regular season to be in the bubble. Let's just put that on the table for them to make their money. Number one number two. The issue is and i want to say. Lamar jackson was one of the very first players. To get kovin retarded his team after his quarantine and plea maiming military and we also see sports that kobe does not adversely impacting long term. People that are in great shape. Well i don't think you make a mistake on you. You're in good shape. You're returning jackson. Came back at the corner gene rock. This in played well so that that that is a point that we need to make sure we address. I know i don't know about that. Because i think there's what we're finding out now. There's different variants. I mean. I think they got a south. African vary now got a wuhan variant. And then he got another variant. So i i'm believing. And i've said all along that i believe that there's different strains of the corona virus. Some people get nine virulent strain and another one gets a more a much more virulent A much more causing trouble causing strain so. I'm not sure if you're ready to say as society that we can really assess the long-term effects covert however. I can't say that covert has had a tremendous impact on college. Sports and i can believe in mentioning the be. It happens with the nfl. billions andrew. But i still say you got bees. That's happening on the collegiate in double a level that hasn't necessarily worked in the same way because they've actually decided to give most athletes a free year of competition. So so so what is different at the nc double a. Level versus was different at the at the pro level and the obvious without the obvious being the paycheck. Yeah i think at the collegiate level problem has has been that you're not able to contact tracing determine who that player came into contact when you're talking about the nfl and you're talking six tracing well the because the universities haven't invested in technology to do that i mean in the nfl every player and every coach and every staff member is wearing a kid aman so that they can track exactly who he comes in contact with when he's on the field or office he'll wow and collegiate levels haven't done that and again the revenue lost from collegiate. Football games is six hundred million dollars this year. Okay so you know you think about it. Do you want invest. Make sure that a billion dollar business is working correctly or a million dollar not to say that the collegiate level and the sports isn't important. But i mean think about it. The first thing they did in collegiate sports was a chance of sports. Right right i mean track. Feel all those other sports that may not generate the revenue that generates cans right so That's the big point now and before we finish up the segment. I'm over bring up. What a conversation we had with the athletic director of the cookman and Land basically said that that the cost of daily testing is just so cost prohibitive at the collegiate level. He said you're talking about increasing your budget. Multiple million dollars based on testing alone. So i i think there's a lot of credence in what you're saying in regards to just assure cost of keeping player safe and tracking is probably was preventing the university's nfc aa from moving forward as aggressively as the nfl and the nba. For that matter. Well listen we gotta go to break pay a couple bills but we'll be right back. We're gonna talk about a couple of other things like they turned down the capital and sister tearing down the capital. 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The problem. this is sports saying that You got this and and then you pointed me when we come back. Well it's just because it's a part of mine reclamation. I want you oslo. So given given what happened in twenty twenty relative to activism particularly among professional athletes thought. She was talking about your gap. Yeah you're talking about what happened in twenty twenty. I thought you got to get out now. Interrupt so what do you think about. What's going on in dc and given that most pro sports athletes play for those who support it and support continue to support the individual that is Nearly trespassing in are to hush hush so what do you think about this. Should they say or do something now. As a as a in response to what's going on in dc what do you think. Oh absolutely and i think it's just i heard van jones paint this to. He was talking about. We need to determine if this is the beginning or the end manning. Is this all going to be done on june twentieth and we can move away to the new transition january. I know you met these joe. June can't stand it another six days. I know what will happen. January twentieth the beginning or the end. And what a lot of people are saying right now because one of the last things i heard tonight this afternoon was we got on right where we want to wait till they see what happens tonight. So they're predicting there's going to be some other widening terrorist activity of things that are happening so i think that you know as sports did before playing a major part. I think it's gonna get raider here the next few months because those gentlemen and ladies have a major impact on society in our community right number one call received during the protest was. Make sure that you have sports involved in whatever you do breaking news. At understandable of make sure you shall sports in those games because it's an opportunity for our brothers and sisters the really express themselves on the field design on sports speaking with andrew. Gibbons television executive out of shreveport louisiana and lieutenant colonel james sears works at the pentagon so james sears being that you are in the dmv and seeing this in almost basically ground zero what is your thoughts as as sports role are professional athletes role in helping to get the Society back kind of calm down our or get us past. This moment was sports is always been a assistant. Normalcy brings us to assist the calm sometimes as to the sports. Now you may go crazy for your team but it calms down a little. But those adults have a platform they have a following in. They have a voice that i feel like it is caused the politicians to listen and the people To listen a little more intently. Go back to colin kaepernick. In bottom line was nobody was listening. Nobody was acting on moving or doing anything. And the athletes have led this movement Maybe that was going on today with the voice of the athlete is something has to be reckoned with going full and he was an. Isn't it ironic. That he was deemed a thug and they talked themselves to be patriots. And so now. Who's who say. Muhammad ali muhammad ali was villain is so i vilnai's it at the beginning are in the middle but it was a hero at the end so s just the way we are slowly gets up. How will how will we remember this period. In our society from a sports perspective everything from the cancellation of of ncwa to the nba. The la lakers winning in the bubble to all that we went through delayed seasons. How will this period be remembered in history looking back. Say maybe twenty years. I think it was the beginning of a change when you see player first of all when you see the commissioners up different leagues saying we made a mistake in not recognizing what cap was trying to say when you see the nba commissioner knows other commissioners making that stance. When you see the back of the helmsman's and i'm players jerseys the names of individuals that have affected our society. I think that is the beginning of a change. Now what happens. What tends to happen in how you can attest to this year. Pretty close to the same age. I am is that at some point. People say okay remainder stance but he can't stop there. We've got to keep moving forward and keep looking to make that change interesting lieutenant. Colonel i liken it. I think we've surpassed in this generation. What went on in the sixties. I mean this the activism to just showing people that we have a voice and we need to stand up and we need to say was wrong. some people won't listen. I heard heard people say was going on in. The black community is like being in jail behind bars. And the people on the outside not recognizing the bars at all and sports has help them recognize the bars sports and the military together in this country of help. Sorta kinda write us on the right ship in regards to how we deal fairly with other people. Sometimes you have to be gently. Nudged into what right looks like as as a as a as a retired member of our us military and someone that has achieved a level of lieutenant colonel. What does seeing. What's happening in dc. How does that affect you and then seeing the leadership and the lack of leadership that has brought us to this point. What does that make you feel. How does that make you feel me personally. It breaks my heart number one number two. I don't think they realize what they're doing. They think that they are just been upset. You know just voicing their opinion. They are is unprecedented. And i say this to you. They are laying a role that they don't want democrats to go down when democrats lose close elections. Also i mean because the democrats have lost a lot of close elections. Go back to george bush. Go back to four years ago with this one and so i don't want democrats storm and buildings and doing the same thing. They didn't want it when black lives matter were were leading protest. They don't want the elections. I don't think they understand the president's at i don't think they understand that law has spoken. The people have spoken. This is a done deal except for a few people. Who are descending led by a leader the leader of the free world but it hurts are standing globally when we try to help another country. I mean i credit our hands of a dirty now. Because we're not doing it. You know cleanly. I don't think they i don't think it's that they don't understand. I think it is every bit of that. They don't accept. I mean you're talking about pure unadulterated uncut privilege here. You're talking about people that are not used to custom or accepting of things not going their way and And they're not in their mind. It didn't happen. It was a it was a fraud. It was fake. It was cheating it was this. It was that so Whether or not you know They will grow from this and get better from this. I don't know. I don't have a whole lot of confidence but then again i'm sixty eight years old so you know. I mean i thought i was going to take browse like brats knocking on a door and you his age. He gave me batty unique. His his leg massive. Let's listen this list. His hair soleil under his scout. I said sunday is cap is great blessing but anyway i you know. I don't have a whole lot of confidence. You guys young guy you do. But i hope there's something that's sports and the young folk in sports can do and will do to try to put it on their mind particularly from an economic standpoint. I wanna know if he can make they can make them undestand in money lost and they already lost money from from from last season. So you've got to stand. I wanna understand. Why do you think that sports can do more now. Because i would say just as you said earlier used the the fray shock there why you do ohio state shelter. I wonder if sports and sports influence on society as a whole during this period. If they've already shot there what yeah well. of course. I've got to take the second. Because i didn't do this. My dad it'll be ninety five and a couple of weeks he would be being fight it and say thank you. Lieutenant colonel sears. For your service. Appreciate that by their at shake your hammer. Thank you very much but Do examples and not talked to this. I think i've mentioned this to larry before. Was that running. Back at ole miss. Who said i'm not gonna play anymore as long as i. Confederate flag is on campus right. It wasn't the politicians. It was a running back a black highly ranked running back in the nation. That's it i'm done with it. That's trap change that they're doing over the last six months i've done on a lot of campuses talking to their athletic programs and their coaches and the players and you will be surprised there are some young men and women or talking about making a stands and using the platform of sports to really change this country. And that's it's exciting to see that. It's that seeing. Naomi osaka in an at gnc You know grouping. They are really motivated and She is very unique in herself. So so i definitely can see that. We're gonna leave your last words for you brother sears. Listen i tell you that. The sports athletes have always had this platform. They have not always used. You can see strategically where they have in the past. But at the end of the day the civil rights civil rights things being done in tennessee at local coffee shops that wasn't making worldwide news. This is making worldwide. News will lebron james and several other players. Stand up it makes worldwide news and you may not always see the pressure from outside the united states that these guys can bring their local activists cannot bring to the and with that that is street talk. I wanna thank brother. Drew ribbons from all the way down and shreveport louisiana. And i also want to thank and also Give on a to Lieutenant colonel james sears. For your service to the country as well as being a participant on talk. Listen we're gonna come right back after these messages and Finish up the show. I i won't be won't know killing but out anyway so we'll be right back on system very important so check on your strong friend caucasus. That's what i love about. This had like there is no heirs to put on where you are see wherever i and that's where you are allies though i constantly have pictures and i'm fixing i'm sending stuff. I'm trying to keep connected. Frequent checks all sukey network on sports. 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I mean boston's celtics. Basketball team has been rich with opportunities for people who look like me so i wanted to give a shout out to casey jones because not only was he a great player he was a great coach and and when we do it and we achieve at that level we need to give him a shout-out. I wanna shout out. The memory of rafer johnson. Rafer johnson was a stellar track athlete. brandon the olympics and whatnot but and became a successful businessman and he ran a very successful nonprofit but one of the things that he did. He was at the hotel the night. That robert kennedy was shot. Okay and sir hand sir hand. He was shot by a guy named surrey and surrey and and sir hanser hand had the misfortune of being grabbed by rafer johnson and rosie greer wow rosy grier rosie greer held him when you're like oh a nominal linemen because i remember the naggus so rodney allen and receives punishment they roughed him up a little bit messed up. You've been listening to a little. 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Ron and glad you could join us for another hour of america's sports talk shows sports byline This is going to be a fun hour for me. Because i've done this guy for a long time. You've watched him play in the nfl when he was playing for a long time as well. And of course you'd always hear what those dallas cowboy games when he picked up yards. Or got a touchdown moose. I'm talking about darrell moves. Johnston former nfl fullback who played his entire eleven year career with dallas. He won three super bowls with the cowboys. Along the way he was picked in the second round after playing his college ball at syracuse and due mainly johnston's contributions the nfl created the full back position in the pro bowl. In one thousand nine hundred ninety three he became the first fullback ever selected for the pro bowl. Earning trips not only nineteen ninety-three but also in ninety four as well we will talk to darryl about his life growing up in the state of new york and of course his college career as well and then making it onto the nfl and he retired at the end of the one thousand nine hundred ninety nine season after suffering a neck injury and as i said he was a member of those three super bowl winning teams but he really is considered one of the best fullbacks ever in his blocking for emmitt. Smith helped emmitt become the all-time nfl rushing leader. And of course. He made a nice transition after his playing career into broadcasting broadcasting for fox sports and interestingly enough he was in the broadcasting booth when emmitt broke the rushing record he came down onto the field to hug smith and congratulate him afterwards and as smith made his victory lap of the texas stadium after the record setting carry. Johnston hung back in the shadows. When smith saw johnston the to join together in emotional embrace with smith telling johnston. I couldn't have done it without you. And johnston required it was my pleasure. I couldn't imagine doing it for anybody else. In two thousand ten johnson was in the audience for emmitt. Smith's induction into the pro football hall of fame and during his acceptance speech of visibly emotional smith spoke directly to johnston calling out the fact that As a fullback. He had sacrificed himself for so many years to block for smith and he said without you i know that today would never have been possible so a very emotional moment of course when he was broadcasting for fox's well doing the nfl games he worked with kenny. Owlry work with dick stockton. Tony sarah gusa and also with. Chris myers as well so. We're ready to go. Gary johnston next on sports byline rates have dropped to near all time lows at clear path. 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Sixty three is booming if the booming the topic it was It was like mayberry You know it was very Rock you're never locked doors You know everybody looked out for each other. It's just one of those really unique opportunities. Probably very similar to what people would have experienced growing up in the fifties and sixties You know we were still able to do that in the seventies and the eighties so It was It was something that i think is important to me and setting values You know it's it was about a work ethic You know a faith in christ You know just very very grounded You know as as a foundation as you left there so Still have an opportunity to go back and it's still the same. It's it's kind of like it's just it's stuck in time nothing. Nothing's really impacting yet. It's it's very unique. Very unique place to go visit. Tell me a little bit about how sports factored into your early life. Well that was That was kind of the thing that we get to fill our time. And you know i i. It wasn't organized like it is today You know you would. You would go out and you would. You have a pickup football game. You'd have to pick up baseball games you know. We've we've done things with the boys and you know how do we fifteen you throw back. You catch it. Then you'd go fist over fist and what it gets to cover. The top of the the bat you know gets first election in the pick. You know how we used to do stuff You know instead of rock paper scissors. That was one one two three shoot and we were doing odds and evens so you. You found a way to do things that we didn't you know we didn't have coaches with us You know we didn't have dads. That were supervising everything you know. We had that in some of the organiz Sports obviously but you know. I'm i'm talking about just the pure enjoyment of the game where you would go out and do it with just a group of friends So that's kind of what everything started and you know the big thing in our part of town where the parts of the parts were were very big at that time is An area for kids. Who had both parents working. You know to kind of go and when you were there there were days what was arts and crafts but the majority of the days. It was a sport and was whatever season you know that. That's what was going on so it was just something that you know where i grew up in what my lights were at the time. He just kind of gravitated to And i think i developed a lot of you know the athleticism there just kind of on our own I'm sure we picked up some bad habits along the ways until we We got around some coaching but Remember just the purity of the sport at that find the love of the game you know even you know obviously growing up in Upstate new york in the wintertime. Freezing you know little ice rink in the backyard of of one of our friends house going down and playing hockey there You know in the wintertime. So we can always find some way to be involved in sports activity. Your lew port high school jersey number thirty four has been retired. Who was important to you and your early athletic career. Oh gosh you know it. It's kind of weird in a kids this. You don't wanna talk to the always ask you know who did you. You know who your heroes who the guy who tried to model your game after You know for me it was. It was actually some high school players. You know you went as a as a young boy to the high school games and and and it's not fighting like they have here in texas but it was. It was pretty cool. You know it was a small community and you know the high school varsity teams. They would drive people to the stadiums they would drive people to the basketball courts So you know. I always remember some of the the older guys when i was growing up You know the whitehead brothers and you know. The man's family with was another group that had been one of the. Dennis was one of my best friends and he was a year older but he had you know several older brothers and are very very athletic. And those guys you know. We always wanted to try and become You just it was more of a local connection than it was a national connection where you were trying to monitor your game off with somebody in the nfl or somebody in the in the nba. so you know for us. It was more of a direct contact. So i've always told kids you know it's great to watch tv and you try to emulate somebody but you know people you idolize and you watch. You should be able to have a dialogue with you. Know they should be somebody that you could reach out to you and And have a conversation with or give you advice you know and whether that was an athlete at your high school You know own over and older brother of one of your friends You know those are the guys that were forced to be and they were always gracious with their time and And giving us Some inclusions and things that would help us out a pretty good student because he had a perfect four point. Oh grade average. I think in your senior year. How did you choose syracuse. Did you not wanna get far away from home. Or what were the circumstances. No that was my only option. So i didn't really have a lot of it. You know our area is not heavily. Recruited to start with. We're tucked away up in In western new york. We're forty five minutes north of buffalo when you know a lot of the scouts are coming across new york state coming across the middle of the state. And you know they'll venture up the rochester. They'll come in to the buffalo area and then usually they're heading south you get into western pennsylvania and we're waiting to ohio which the time with a hotbeds. We're all high school coming out. So you know not a lot of desire to run up into west of new york and and take the tires a little bit so You know i was under the radar for a long time and as you pointed out that was a good student You know my mom. It was something we had no. Pass no play long before it became popular around the country So you know grades were the first thing when if your grade slip and you weren't going to be able to play your sports. So that was the motivation So for me. When i came out of high school one of the schools. I was looking at cornell in the ivy league Good academic institution that also. Had you know competitive football in the eighties And then across the hill from cornell was epoca which back in the seventies and the eighties was very dominant football program at the division. three level. under jim butterfield as the had killed so I had gone down on a trip to visit cornell and i Went over to ethica visit coach butterfield. Time since we were there and there was some other division preschool that was looking at. And right before we had gone on that trip syracuse university kind of reached out and you know inquired about what i was thinking and You know started to dialogue. So when i met with butterfield You know he asked me who else wealth is out there looking at you. Who are we competing against. Whether you're at ithaca and there was you know obviously the university of buffalo in buffalo state which were back where i grew up which were division three programs. You know saint lawrence was a bigger division three program. You know up in the northeast corner of the state There was a few other division. Three programs i was i was looking at that. As good football back where we grew up at that time and then obviously told him about cornell and then and i informed him that thirteen universities is the school. That's just begun. Show some interesting. He kind of lifted up his His is from writing things down in and looked at syracuse. You can't compete at syracuse. So i kind of do right there number one. What they're going to ethica. I was probably going to go to syracuse You know at that time. In my life i was. I was approved. People wrong at the guy. He told me that was something i couldn't do. I would work as hard as i possibly could to prove people wrong. So that was probably the big motivator for me To really kinda get behind the opportunity to go to syracuse university Because since he told you know i was i. You know i'm no fool you know. It was december of my senior year You know why. Why did it take that long for disney one program to recruit somebody i. It's not like he didn't today but you know it it. Also you know you have your recruiters and the coaches are looking you tape and trying to evaluate players and You know it's an recruited for the for the first time to get the first contact december. You've seen a year that you know it seems a bit odd and So there was a little bit of apprehension for me. You know it was this big. Was you know something that There was going to be challenging and later found out the entire story as to why he was december might senior year. And it's the first. The first contact was made by the university. We only have about a minute before we have to break here. You gravitated to the fullback position rather natural. You're a special teams player in a darn good when that were you comfortable. What was it about that position narrow that you felt comfortable and really enjoyed. The big thing was. When i graduated high school i was. I was running. Back when they went down to syracuse immediately. Went to the fullback position You know that was Thing that they had identified the as it was kind of odd. Because you know my senior high school. I was first team. All state is back but never played full decision. So against the raiders in new york. State new something that i didn't know And then i just. I knew that that was my way to be part of the syracuse program You know they they were running the option at the time on so i was going to get You know quite a few carries averaged. Over a hundred carries. For for three years when i was at syracuse university. So you know you're foundational piece of the offense and You know that was great for me. You know it was definitely gonna be my way He's tried to navigate this opportunity for me to find my niche. Be according of the football program daryl. Johnston is with us and we're talking about his fine career. We'll talk about his. Nfl career on the other side but he played at syracuse. He rushed for one thousand nine hundred thirty yards and once gained one. Hundred and thirty eight yards rushing the most by a syracuse running back since larry czanka rushed for one hundred and fifty your yards in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven we come back on the other side as we continue across the country and around the world. It's good to have you with us on america's sports talk show. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie deutsche tax program on the line is paul from. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Hi ronnie love your show listen. I've got a big problem. You see my paycheck was garnish last week. I'm only get half the normal amount to make matters worse. The irs froze my bank account. Listen of embarrassed and scared. I need some help. Listen paul you don't need to feel embarrassed. He just needs some tax help in the great news is the. Irs has some unbelievable programs that can eliminate your tax debt. 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It was december by senior year before contact team. And actually kyle federally the the equipment manager. Who still here. Actually he gave the story later and and he said The reason you were such a a a late guyana radar because we had a guy who verbally committed to come to syracuse. Changed his mind and go to penn state so there was a offer That was Or scholarship opportunity opened late in the process. And is all the coaches haggled for one of the recruits to be able to get that spot The consensus was. Let's give it to the kid from western. New york will keep down You know we'll keep the the alumni in that part of the state happy and we'll have a practice player for the next five years and we'll get everything has on the field. So each from coach. Mac in the staff when i went to syracuse so It was it was kind of ironic You know things have worked out the way they have When the expectations are going to syracuse to. I don't think they ever anticipated career. Started talking about expectations What was the expectations for the draft. Did you expect to the cowboys. Did you think you'd go that high. You know there was actually a comment by don shula pre draft. Where he said we are going to take the whole back from syracuse. In the second round so i went into my draft. The nineteen eighty-nine china knowing exactly was going to happen but on draft day The miami dolphins drafted sammy smith running back from florida state with their their first round. Pick i think it was number six overall but lewis-oliver a safety from the university of florida started to drop in the draft. So the miami dolphins Package their second and third round picks and traded them. She moved back into the first round to get louis oliver. i think. Twenty fifth overall and that kind of blew up my whole draft day and then everybody down. Look that need. So what's going to happen next. Anybody else expressing interest like that. And you know i had a really work out for the redskins so maybe there's some traction there then shortly after that the redskins straighted their picks away to To atlantic you get the gerald brigands So at that point on my draft. I had absolutely no idea where. I was going to go so when the When the dallas cowboys called the During the course of the second round eight actually drafted lying and out of penn state's And with the first big in the second draft it would the idea to trade. Back to the raiders To be able to to move down in the second round and pick me i. Actually you know the coolest thing about this. Because he went into the hall of fame last year is on my draft. A contact list gillibrand from the dallas cowboys. That's that's who called me but let me know that the dallas cowboys. Saturday night overall. Pick in the draft. Tell everybody briefly how. You got nickname moose. I know the story. But i'm sure you're asked every time and everywhere you go you got that name. Yeah babe wassenberg very Very innocent flippant remark The just boy got traction and stuck like glue but You know babe was the first guy to call me moose. And he would always say you know practice we would we would break up in your individual groups and and go work on position specific drills and then we come together as an offense and and kind of work on everything together as a group and the running backs we were the farthest away from the field. So we were in a group that was coming in last As the offense getting you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live dot heartland use feed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow on facebook twitter and instagram search. A look at your weekend weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center. He will saturday. They will be cloudy skies with scattered flurries gender morning hours north wind around ten miles per hour. I in the thirty s saturday night. Cloudy skies with light win. 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This powerful tool will inspire you to new heights in your walk of faith with god. Good a pastor. Rick dot com to find out more or text the word daily two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four. That's pastor rick dot com or the word daily two eight hundred six hundred five thousand four right. Now here's pastor. Rick with part one of a message called of faith that knows the end of the story. You know this last friday. I went out to get my mail in my mailbox and inside were three magazines and one thick package now. The cover of the thick package said this. Are you feeling down about the state of the world read. What's inside well as you can see. I still haven't opened it. Because i'm not sure i need any more bad news. But are you worried about the feeling down about state of the world. Yes and then. I picked up a The week magazine and the cover of this news magazine headline is play civil war as extremists and vigilantes battle in the streets. How will this affect the election. Playing it civil war so then i picked up the next magazine which is called decision magazine. That's christian magazine. And the first article was called. America in chaos. How did we get here. So i i said that one down and i picked up businessweek and the cover of it is i survived and i opened it up and the first article says this. It's twenty twenty and everything is broken. The corona virus ravaging the globe. The economy is cratered. Unemployment has soared. And the killing of george floyd another unarmed black men have set off the largest wave of protests since the nineteen sixties and now those peaceful protests have been taken over by radical right wing and left wing groups clashing in the streets. Now of course they could've added in all those things a lot of other things to the hurricanes in the south west and the worst wildfires in california history for his. We're going through really tough times right now and i have been asked many times more than once. Do you think these are the last days. It feels like the world is coming to an end. You know last week somebody asked me. How do you stay so positive when there's so much negative news in the world and i responded because i know the end of the story. I know the end of the story. I've read the last book of the bible. And i know how it's all going in and we win. We win in the end. If you've ever watched the movie read a novel where you already knew how it would end. Don't get as nervous about the tents parts that happened in the middle of the story. And so that's why today in our series through the book of james. I want us to look at a faith that knows the end of the story. And maybe it'll relieve a little bit of your tension and anxiety a faith that knows the end of the story now today we're in part twenty-four of our series in the book. James a faith that works when life dozen or principles for living through the pandemic and as we work our way through the book of james. I need to point out that four times in this book. Four different times. James reminds us the jesus is going to come back to earth. One day he says at four different times. Jesus is gonna come back to earth one day. We don't know when that's going to happen. Nobody does and if anybody claims to know the time when jesus coming back you can know they are dead wrong but you know what i've discovered that even most christians don't realize that there's more information in the bible about jesus second coming to earth then. There is in the bible about jesus i coming to earth. Yeah more information about that. More information about when he's coming in the future then when he came to earth two thousand and twenty years ago at christmas you know i read in one book that almost one out of every four verses in the bible is related to the future. Second coming of jesus and what's going to happen in the future and in heaven so this is a subject you need to know about now. Lot of christians know that jesus is gonna come back someday but it doesn't matter to them or they think it's unimportant or they think it has no relationship to the problems. I'm going through right now. But james would disagree. Notice these four verses from the book of james james five seven be patient than brothers. Until the lord's coming that's it. That's a mentioned in the lord's coming james five eight. Do not give up hope. Because the lord is coming soon don't give up hope be steadfast james. Chapter two verse. Twelve speak and act as those who are going to be judged. The first time jesus came became to save the world second time he's coming to judge the world and to reward those who followed him james five verse nine fourth. The judges near ready to appear the judges near to he standing at the door. He's right there today. What i want us to do in this message is answer two questions. First what will the last days be like right before. Jesus comes back. What will those last days be like. We don't know when it's going to happen but what of those days going to be like and number two. How should i prepare for. Jesus second coming even in the middle of all. It's going on right now. Okay so number one. What will the last days be like. Well jesus sums it up in matthew twenty four twenty one new jerusalem bible. Jesus says there will be great distress. Sound familiar there will be great distress in the world at that time unparalleled since the world began it will be a time unparalleled stress in the world now to know the details of the second coming of christ you can find jesus description in matthew twenty four then. Paul gives his description in the last days in second timothy three and then peter gives his description in the last days in second peter three. Now these are long passages. But i want to read them to you because you need to know and i want you as i read these passages about what is going to lead up to in the last days. Some of these things are going on right now. Okay here's what jesus said in matthew twenty four versus seven to fourteen. He said this there will be famines and earthquakes and luke ads epidemics or plagues in various places. But these are only the beginning of birthday. This isn't it. He said this just the beginning. You will be hated and hurt because you're committed to me in the last days so at that time many will turn away from me and give up their faith and they will betray each other and do hurtful things and many teachers of false ideologies will appear and deceive many. Does that sound familiar. Because evil will increase in the world. Many people will stop showing love to each other. That'd be less love in the world but those who keep faithfully loving to the end will be saved and the good news of my kingdom. Jesus talking will be preached witness to every nation in group and then the end will come so. That's some of the details from jesus. Here's what paul says in second timothy. Three versus one defy. The last days will be very difficult times to follow. Jesus people will be self absorbed thinking only of themselves in money. They'll use their time in prideful self promotion that sounds like social media to me and enjoy insulting and demeaning others. That sounds like the internet they'll be ungrateful and ignore their parents. They'll push the elderly to the side. Nothing will be considered sacred or holy as they make fun of everything. Have you turned on the tv lately. Comedy's all about they'll be unloving unforgiving and they will slander and gossip about others and people will lack self control of their impulses in the last days. Said many will be cruel and violent and they'll hate everything that is good and people will recklessly do foolish things in pride that's to the extreme be puffed up with ego be addicted to lust and love pleasure more than god sound familiar. They will claim to be spiritual but they will reject the power that could make them godly So we heard what jesus said. We heard what paul says. Here's what peter says in second peter chapter three in the last days. There will be markers who laugh at the truth. They laugh at the truth and they ridicule you for being a believer because they are controlled by their feelings in other words. I feel this so it must be true and evil lust. They just wanna do every evil thing that they desire now. Then peter explains what's going to happen on the actual day of christ's return second. Peter chapter three versus ten to thirteen. The day of the lord's return will come unexpectedly like a thief so since everything we see will one day come to an end. What kind of people should we be. That's the question i want us to think about. He said okay. There's coming into history and and history is not circular not gonna go on forever. It will eventually shut down. Jesus is coming back. What kind of people should we be. He says we should live holy and godly lives. We should look forward to the coming day of god and we should speed. It's coming. how do you speed the second coming of christ. Well we're going to look at that in a minute. But he says we look forward to a new heaven and a newer earth that jesus promised a world where goodness lives look at that verse a world where goodness lists and everything will be good. There will be no bad. It'll all be great. They'll be no sin sorrow. No suffering now sadness. He said yeah. It's coming to conclusion. But he says it's going to be replaced by a new heaven and a new earth and everything will be good. Goodness will live there. So having read those passages are we living in the last days. Well nobody knows but we do know this. We're living in the later days in other words it's later than it's ever been before two thousand years of happens that's been written. We're living in the later days. And it's later never been before and we are closer to his return than it has ever been at any other time in history and we do know this generation right now is serious and seriously working toward finishing the task of having a believer in a bible and the body of christ church in every tribe of the world so that matthew twenty four will be fulfilled. Matthew twenty four fourteen. Jesus says and the good news of my kingdom will be preached in all the world as witness to every nation in group and then the end will come. He's not coming back until everybody who he wants to have. A chance to hear has heard the good news. You probably know that. I've been asked to lead a global coalition called finishing the task compose the thousands of mission agencies and churches who committed to finishing this task quickly as possible. And if you're listening to us and you'd like to be a part of finishing the task contact us about being part of ftt. Finishing the task now three times in that passage where jesus describes what it's going to be like in the last days he comes back three times in matthew twenty four. He says this be ready. Be ready be ready. So we don't know what he's gonna come but the bible says be ready. Are you ready. He said well. I don't know if i'm ready or not. Well how do you get ready well. I'm glad you asked that question. Because that's what james tells us how to do. How should i live. In light of the fact that jesus christ is coming back one day. How should i prepare for his coming. How shoot a defect. How i live now whether he comes back tomorrow or in a year or one hundred years or whenever how should. I live to prepare for his coming. James gives us in the book. James six practical instructions. We're going to look at. But i also want you to see how every one of the things that james says. These instructions given by james are repeated in other parts of the bible also as preparation steps for jesus returns so. Get out a pencil here. The six things you need to do regardless of how long it takes for jesus to come back all right. Here's what james says number one. The first thing james tells you to do since you know the end of the story. Is this clean out the garbage in my life. Clean out the garbage in my life. You know whenever you're going to have a guest at your house. What do you do you pick up the garbage. You clean up the place. You straightened up you tidy up because you want your home to be as nice as possible for your guest. Well jesus is coming and you want to prepare your life for that event. Here's what james says. James one twenty twenty one. Getting angry at things will never help you live. The righteous live. God wants to hear that. Getting angry at whatever's going on in the world going on in your life all stuff that's happened to none of that's going to help you live the righteous life. God wants so he says instead. Get rid of all the filth and all the evil habits that you've learned then humbly accept god's word planet in your heart because it could say you're so he says get the garbage out of your life as first thing you need to do so. You need to do a little spring cleaning. Paul says the same thing in colossians three four to eight. He says this christ is our life and when he comes again. He's talking about second coming when he comes again. You will share in his glory. Did you know that you're gonna share in the glory of god when he comes back but he says because of that put all evil things out of your life sexual sending doing evil let evil thoughts control you wanting things that are evil greed. He says these are really serving false. God these things make got angry in your past evil life. You also did these things these now now. Now did you believe her. And you know the end of the story. Put these things out of your life. No more anger no bad temper. No doing or saying things to hurt others and no using evil words when you talk. Did you notice how much of the garbage that's in. Our lives is an attitude. How many of those things. I just mentioned or bad attitudes. Do you need make an attitude. Judge adjustment because you know the end of the story now. A second thing. James tells you to do since you know the end of the story. Is this stay. Close to christ stay close to christ james chapter four verse five and following. He says this the spirit that god gave to live in us wants us for himself alone. So give yourselves completely. Got draw close to god and he will draw close to you now regardless of whether or not we're moving to the climax a history regardless of whether jesus coming back tomorrow or in some distant that's good advice for any time of crisis or chaos draw close to god and he'll draw close to the apostle. John says it like this. And i john to twenty-eight continue to live in fellowship with christ so that when he returns you will be full of courage and not shrink back from him in shame. He's a stay connected. Stay close to to to jesus you know. Here's what's actually going to happen on the day that jesus christ comeback did you know that there's gonna be a transformation in you. I john chapter three versus two and three says this yesterday friends. We're already got children. We're already got show and we can't even imagine what we're going to become when christ returns but we know that when he comes back we're going to become just like him for. We will see him as he really is. You'll see him face to face for the first time. This hope the fact that we know we're going to become like him the instantly see him. This hope causes us to keep ourselves. Pure just as christ is pure. Now when we think of purity we all think like sexual sins and things like that. But pure in the book of james literally means just unpolluted is you're not polluted by the world you don't buy into the world system you don't buy into the world's biases you don't buy into all the things that culture says are important. He's keep yourself pure. That's the second thing you do. Because he said one day he's coming back. This is passed to rick's daily. Ho- the audio broadcast ministry of pastor rick warren. Now if you've missed any part of this broadcast including portions. We didn't have time for today. Simply go to pastor. 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If your battery does need to be replaced or reilly auto parts can help you find the exact superstar battery that fits your car or truck at guaranteed low price o'reilly auto parts better parts better prices. Every day auto parts automotive mules are life size. Physical prototypes that manufacturers have traditionally configured built and tweet before production models are released. But wait the whip of sixty six sixty six forty. Your future lies in sixty six forty sixty six books by forty authors and yet we now discover gets an integrated message system from outside our time domain. Welcome to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of quantity house and cornea institute. Today's bible teacher. Dr chuck mesler connecting the bible to your life and the world around you in today's study. Dr mesler begins his teaching. On the book of relations chapter three par to welcome to our review of the epistle. To the glacier's we're in our fifth session and we're going to be focusing on the finish up of chapter. Three chapter three was a little too ambitious to squeeze in one session so we split it into so we are in chapter three but about fifteen as i recall the outline of the whole book of course the first two chapters are very personal. Paul's ministry is method and his message. The next two chapters are doctrinal. And that's where we are. Were you halfway through the first two chapters that are leading the doctrinal doctrinal central portion of the pistol and the last two chapters are what one might say is practical. That's tone way of looking at it. The first two chapters focused on the authenticity of the gospel. That paul was teaching. It was genuine regardless origin. Genuine as regarding its nature the next few chapters focus on the superiority of the gospel of grace in contrast to the gospel kingdom. We covered all that so the new relations effects and the privileges releases are those chapters and then the last two chapters will be about the liberty we enjoy because of the gospel love service than the law bondage and spirit and the flesh on. So we're in chapter three and the whole focus has been in chapter three law versus grace and with these doctoral things. Paul explains the relationship between law and grace that they are mutually exclusive. That comes as a surprise to many people because most people even well meaning. Christians tried to add some law to grace not understanding. That's a contradiction in terms. In fact one thing we didn't bring up. But if you read romans seven the first four verses. Many people miss the point of it. Because paul talks about marriage enduring as long as the husbands alive when the husband dies the wife is free to remarry et cetera. And you think if you're not reading carefully that those who were marriage no he's making analogy that between law keeping the law if you if you're a christian keeping the law you're an adulterer three what he's saying because you're married to christ not the law anyway. Three words are very frequently. Repeated in this section faith occurs fourteen times law nineteen times and the promise is eleven times and he presents six arguments three in each of these two chapters chapter three and four seeking to prove that salvation is by grace through faith apart from works of the law and so we went through the personal argument. Is it's called last time. We looked at the scriptural argument last time. Just to give you a quick review of that. Paul quotes six quote to make what he called what we call. His spirit is scriptural argument in verses. Six and seven. He referred to genesis fifteen six versus eight nine. He quoted genesis twelve. Three verse quotes deuteronomy twenty seven and then havoc to four and then satan eighteen five in deuteronomy twenty one and by way of review for my time when we were in verses six and seven of chapter three quoted genesis fifteen six that abraham believed god and righteousness that was in chapter fifteen. He doesn't get circumcised chapter seventeen. In other words he was saved before he circumcised. That's the point that pause making and jurors there's like two point abraham the father of the jews of course as their example and paul does the same thing he goes back to the example they like to point to. How was abram saved by faith and all trust christ our children search will children of abraham the father of all the believers the next quote he used was a justice twelve three now bless them that curse curses he see. God promised to bless the heathen the gentiles way back in genesis twelve which indicates that this gospel of grace was not an afterthought. It's a climax. So god promised to bless the gentiles. Through abraham which means by the way that the jews and gentiles saved the way same way. It's one body. That's one of the aspects of this whole issue. That's one reason. Paul rebuked peter back there because he what was at stake one of two. If the gentiles get saved a different way than the jews do then you have a divided body. You've got the whole idea. it's one body anyway The gospel abraham believed was the good news that god would bless abraham and make him a mighty nation. And abraham believe that promise. And that's the kind of for righteousness. Now the gospel. Abraham believed doesn't necessarily mean he understood at all we find often. The apostles themselves didn't even understand the death of christ after the fact so that doesn't diminish their commitment to what they did believe so verse. Ten paul quotes deuteronomy. Twenty seven. twenty six if you wanna be saved by the works of the law but the law does not save it curses the point then quoted havoc to four which we spent quite a bit of time on the live by faith that relations romans hebrews on that very verse havoc to four was the masthead reformation and that little versus so rich that There are three new testament commentaries on romans glacier tabor's which is another reason i hold the view that paul wrote hebrews for lots of reasons. Not just that one then. The fifth call. Paul used in in the last session was a quarter from olympic eighteen. Five the difference between doing and believing no one has ever been saved by doing the law because nobody can fully obey the law so no one's been ever saved by the law. The law is there as a reference point not not as a basis for excess versus thirteen and fourteen time he quote deuteronomy twenty one. That of course it is everything hanging on a tree and that that quote from deuteronomy twenty one the law puts us under the curse but christ died to remove that curse. He died on a tree on the word hooks. Means something i be could have been a guillotine. It could have been a term wood. The tree isn't a tree with branches. It means it's made out of wood. Wooden structure is the way that term used. Anyway matt fulfill the word though in deuteronomy twenty one because he took the curse upon himself. That makes us free to live in christ. And we're going to be building on that as we go forward now. The blessing that god promised abraham is now available to gentiles by faith. You know it's fascinating to me when you start studying. These covenants to realize how the world is challenging the covenants especially how challenging land covenant. Us even participating in that. It's interesting how the church the denominational churches are challenging the covenant oblivious to the fact that the millennium is the fulfillment of the covenant and. That's the study. I encourage you to undertake independent of this one. But we'll move on here so that's where we were last time superficially reviewed from chapter three verses one through fourteen. What we're going to address in this session will be the third of the six arguments the logical argument and that'll carry us from verses fifteen through verse twenty nine of chapter three. So we're just jump into your into the bible relations three verse fifteen brethren. I speak after the manner of men though it be but a man's covenant yet if it be confirmed noman or at their to who we might paraphrase contract is a contract. That's what it means. See even if paul's opponents admitted that abraham was justified by faith those judaism might have argued that. The law coming at a later time entirely changed the basis for achieving salvation. But he points out that that would be in a sense of breach in a sense. Breach-of-contract healer to refute all. This paul declared that just as a properly executed roman covenant or will based on ancient greek law cannot arbitrarily set aside or changed so likewise the promises of god are immutable unchangeable because there are preceding and that we we hold the same thing in our current legal structure so i promise spoken to abraham to seed were not fulfilled before giving of the law. So that doesn't make them of none. Effect rather they found fulfillment in christ and are in effect forever. And you can't. There's no way you could argue that. They were fulfilled prior to giving law and so the law can't annul them or that makes a liar interesting. I'm always intrigued as i keep. Hearing the propaganda from the muslim world allah is the same. As the god of the old testament. Nothing could be sillier. Allah is presented as he can do anything that means you can. In fact he's capricious. They make a point of that in the koran. Well that's interesting because the god of oberon bromate second yucca delights in making and keeping his promises. They're presented his opposites. One is reliable. One is one is not trustworthy. And so even just in terms of the presentations. They're antithetical. they're opposites. God takes great pride in the sense of when he makes when he he means what he says and says what he means and we're makes a covenant promise he keeps it anyway. The blessing of justification by faith is therefore permanent and could not be changed by some subsequent law. So let's go to her sixty now to abraham and his seed wherever the promises made he says not to seeds notice the plural. It's not plural as emphases not. He's not and the seeds as many as one and two is seed which is christ the word seed they're means a specific seed singular. It'd means indeed christ. I was very amused in the first edition of the james. They failed to pick up on that. Because this makes a whole case from the quotes there in genesis and they had missed that in the translation. They fixed it since but the words seat. A singular and paul makes a hill point of that in this passage. Seed singular not plural injustice. Twelve or seven thirteen fifteen and twenty four seven. That point is made as a singular. It's important because it's pointed to christ not not just offspring in general simply reminded readers that the faithful in israel had always recognized that blessing adamantly come through a single individual namely the messiah. The machine matthew declared christ to be the son of abraham and the true heir to the first covenant promises that the way the gospel new testament opens with the first of the first chapter of matthew and the word seed refers specifically to christ. It's interesting when you get to this big confrontation in john eight. Or they're calling him a bastard and back and forth said gray said to him. Your father abraham rejoiced to see my day he it and was glad he was acknowledging. That abraham prophetically speaking looked to the day when christ would fulfill anyway it all ties together. Continue seventeen and this is say that the covenant which was confirmed before of god in christ the law which was four hundred thirty years after cannot disannul that it should make the promise of none effect. Greg more carefully. This i say paul says that the covenant that was confirmed before of god in christ the law which was four hundred thirty years later cannot disannul to negate or make the promise of no effect four hundred thirty years before the law. The gospel of grace was installed finally applied the principle permanence by faith by affirming that a covenant made so long before could not possibly have be altered by a later giving of the law. The law was given four hundred thirty years later and to a narrower group by the way to israel not everyone so we continue for instance be of the law. It has no more of promise. But god gave it to abraham promise. The term promises used in the sense of being a gift not earned a gift. Additionally the law could not alter god's dealing with able on the base of a promise because the two are fundamentally different in nature the differences between a gift and wages one earned. One is a gift. They're not they're not the same. They're different they do. Not co mingle is. The is the point they cannot be combined. We were talking about works earlier. We may have failed to highlight where that all started started in genesis. Three adam and eve attempted to cover themselves with phillies and god covered them with coats of skins. It's just a little one sentence thing there. In genesis three was twenty seven but the point is god is teaching them innocent blood. They would be covered or shattering of the whole system. Now instead. Inheritance here is given that. When he says inheritance he's referring to justification by faith was given by god as an unconditional gift to those. Who believe if you believe. You've got its nails. It's done so contrary to the claim of gi's obedience to the law was not necessary to gain the inheritance. God's way of salvation has always been by grace through faith. That's one of the tragedies of many of these dispensational charts clearly there are dispensations different eras in different with different ground rules. Sort of the tragedy is the church age on those things is typically called the age of grace and that's mislabeled because every one of the dispensations was by grace. That's why there's a lot of misunderstanding about that anyway. The promise concerning crisis was made before the mosaic law was given so that promise holds as good as though there had been a law given. The promise was made irrespective of the long. Paul is trying to get across here. Going to one thousand nine where four then serve the law. That's also what good is it. Wherefore serve it was added because of transgressions till the siege should come to whom the promise was made and he was ordained by angels in the hand of the mediator. Paul's going to make that point. Because paul was ordained by god himself not through angels. Even the law was given through angels. Maria's miss that point studying excerpts nineteen carefully but see the whole law it was added because of transgressions until the seed that is christ should come from the promises made so see. Moses is represented here as receiving law from an angel in contrast to the grace which is given directly and that may surprise you but in deuteronomy thirty two verse two especially in september. That's very clear that it affected me in media but the law was given to reveal not remove in always amused water. Martin was before a very conservative denominational church group and mischievous way he he was just presenting. The law is like shaving there to show us our need. But we don't shave by. The mirror were shaved by grace and most had the same reaction uses but very stayed church. You could tell. They weren't used to walter's flippancy one of the greatest living apologists of our time but he had a certain mischievous fun anymore. Anyway all was given to reveal the sin to reveal the need for a redeemer law never removed sin all it could block. Do it curse what you say. Gee one of these indignant duty. I was bound respond with objections to paul insistence that the law could not give the holy spirit could not bring justification and could not alter the permanence of faith and those were points. That paul is going to hammer home. The law did not give the holy spirit. The law could not bring justification. He just could indicate the need for it. And of course could not alter the permanence of faith but it does bring a curse is the whole point. So that's another way of recapping this. So where for the law. Why is it while the law was added to give san the character of transgressions to make a specific and measurable men been sitting before moses but in the absence of the law there. Since we're not put to their account according to romans fivers thirteen. The law gave the character of transgression that his personal guilt. It makes it personal. It holds them responsible. In fact if you read romans carefully you'll discover that law was given so that we would send the more that sounds shocking that you get into the roman steady on that one since then not only continue to send after the given. They were provoked transgression by the very law. That forbade it. That's just the person human nature it can go we prove that the inveterate sinfulness man's nature another way of putting all the same thing as a say a guy is not a horse thief because he steals a horse. He steals a horse because he's a horse thief that's the flavor of it. Next point is the law therefore concluded all under sin. The law was an ad interim dealing till the should come. The law was designed to be temporary. The seed the messiah came the law. Shut sinful man up to faith as the only avenue of escape and this is a way of redeeming man were man gets no credit for it. It's all it's all a gift of gun. Phases of regards rebuttal to fried. There was to jews what the child disciplined her was in the greek household custodian of the children in their minority and it it has this character until christ. And that's what he's going to develop here in the verses that follow christ having come the believer becomes a disciple of christ himself of course now. A mediator is not immediately of one. But god is one c. closely related to the previous verse. Nineteen a mediator implies a covenant between two parties both of whom have responsibilities. The fact is true of mosaic covenant. Its two party deal on the other hand. God is one that is the promise was unilateral. It was unconditional and that was good man directly without a mediator. God did it himself. Remember what he had. A abraham do he. Had abraham the way they used to strike a serious covenant. Those days was the two people would take an offering split in two. And they'd together figure eight between them reciting the terms of the covenant that they're getting into that was a way of demonstrating a serious commitment so god has abrahams. Set that all up. But then he puts abraham in a deep sleep and god alone goes through the procedure in the form of a burning torch. And so and what's his point that there was nothing that abraham could contribute or needed to do. It was a one way dealers in the way of dramatizing unconditional covenant. God alone had responsibility for fulfilling it. And so that's the point that lies behind. paul's remark. Here is the law. Then against the promises of god make any tone. Were god forbid may not be so is a greek term for if there had been a law given which could have given life very righteousness should have been by the law. Let's think about that for minute. If there had been a law given that could give life then. Chris prayer in kissimmee was answered three times in cassani. He was some desperation. Plays if there's any other way let's take it. Nevertheless not by will be done and he said that with an intensive the the scripture says that his sweat blood and that's not a layman's exaggeration. That's dr luke recording then. Is there a conflict. Quinlan promises perish. The thought is the way sometimes translated. Megan neto is treated as god forbid perish. The thought heaven forbid whatever declared the apostle god gave both the law and the promises but for different purposes and it was not the purpose of the law to give life the purpose laws show is the need. We have four a redeemers life. See theoretically salvation. Could've come by the law. If people had been capable of keeping it perfectly but they could not romans eight the life promise to those who sought to obey. The law refers to temporal blessing on earth. The life promised to those who sought to obey the law refers to just temporal blessing on earth but contrast that with assembly prayers if we just have if the laws not opposed to the promises if there's no conflict between them how can there harmony be demonstrated by recognizing that while the law could not justify give life. It did prepare the way for the gospel. We wouldn't understand or appreciate or comprehend the gospel except for the needs that the law manifests paul continues to but the scripture has concluded all under send the promised by faith of christ jesus christ might be given to them that believe. See what part of the law the law contributes it declared the whole world a prisoner of sin in the first place and paul maybe referring to either assam forty-three here or deuteronomy. Twenty seven saint thoughts in their. Paul declared that the whole world is trapped and under the dominion of sin. And that's enrollments three bills on that whole idea that the promise of by faith of christ jesus might be given to them that believe when people recognize this and give up attempts to please god by their own works then finally the way prepared for them to receive the promise of salvation through faith in christ see i. I think just the opposite. Get all excited about christ boy. I'm going to do great things for god. We've missed the point. We can't how many have you heard. God helps those who help themselves. That is wrong. God helps those who come to the end of themselves. That's a to really getting something. Then something through the spirit. Something for which he gets. The credit restraint three before faith came. We were kept under this law. Shut up under the faith which should afterwards be revealed before face game see. Paul uses to figures of speech. These passages lightning law to prison and also to a child custodian then. We don't have those quite this way in our culture. We need to explain. Pedagogical says but but before this faith came means before the advent of faith in christ now picked up the previous release justifying faith was operative in the old testament but faith in the person and work of christ did not come until he was revealed. Okay before faith came before that israel was under the protective custody of the law god shielding his people from even heathen rites surrounding them so it was constructed from that point of view for sure where for the law was also our schoolmaster to bring us unto christ that we might be justified by faith. And he's going to. He's going to build on this in several ways. The word in the greek is pedagogue. Whose it's pedagogue is close to as we use it in english but it was he was a slave to home. A son was committed typically from the age of six or seven to puberty. He was a son in the family was committed to the slave who was responsible for him keeping him out of trouble and so forth and they were very severe disciplinarians with guarding the children from the evils of the society around them and giving moral. They couldn't even go out on the street unless he was along with him. It was a very protective situation and at the same time he would also be giving them Interaction to the moral training that the household had expected. You've been listening to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of cornelia house and quantity institute. Today's bible teacher was dr chuck mesler teaching through the book of revelations for a complete listing of resources available. Please visit k house dot. Org you can also call us on one. Eight hundred k house. One to learn more about quantity institute visit quantity institute dot. Org thank you for listening to sixty six forty and for your continued. Prayerful support of this ministry until next time as we continue the series. May god bless you with the knowledge of his son. Jesus christ as you study his word. You're listening to the hot newsfeed. Feed radio network at live dot heartland fee dot com. Most of his few january is the month designated to a fresh start. It represents beginning something new making resolutions and setting goals and yet some of us find ourselves in the golden years. We're thinking about the last chapter of our lives trying to finish well today on insight for living chuck's window presents the last message in twenty six part series called becoming people of grace in this final lesson will examine the words of the apostle paul recorded in the final chapter of visions. Paul was an exemplary model for finishing. Well sleeve your bible open. Put it there in your lap belt with me in prayer you. Jesus the very thought of you with sweetness fills our breast but greater far your face to see and in your presence. Rest our dear father. We calmed today. Grateful for the rest that there is in christ our souls for a number of years hit life like a wave crashing against a shoreline and our lives were in tumult and disarray and confusion and chaos. And then you came and you brought us forgiveness and relief and you introduced us to a wonderful four letter word that has become for us a driving force in life rest. Thank you for the piece. That accompanies this wrist. Thank you for freedom from worry that you bring as we rest in you thank you for carrying the weights that we use to carry on road shoulders for giving us literally thousands of promises that become hours to live with and to grow in and to be comforted by. There's no way. I can know the needs on a gathering of this size filling this room and on into an overflow room. I couldn't if i tried. But you have the ability father being who you are to know each need of each heart each concern in each mind and we pause and relieve ourselves of those things that have strained and worried us enough. We give them over to you now in doing. So we allow the spirit of god to plow the soil our souls so the seed can be sown and take root and be watered in time so as to produce hundredfold thank you father for the anticipation of our new church home but we realize being realistic. There's no magic there. Nothing really changes about us because we move a mile away we bring ourselves with us. So i pray that in the transition of time you would give us a harmonious relationship with one another. You would allow us to draw in the anchors of past offenses and hurts and give us the courage and faith to forgive. Whoever may have offended. i pray also that you will meet the financial needs of this congregation through the giving of your people. We have no one else to call on but you lord and you were the one who can prompt the generosity needed so that needs are met bills are paid and the funds are filled. That are necessary for us to continue. Ministry will rest in you. The provisions and now as we have the pleasure of giving listen to our laughter lord it comes from deep within our hearts as we give with hilarity deep down joy. Ownby it's silent. We commit these few moments resting in you as we are again. Lost in wonder and love and praise. Jesus name you're listening to insight for living to search the scriptures with chuck swindle be sure to download searching the scriptures studies by going to insight world dot org slash studies and. Let's resume the message titled here's how to finish. Well turned second timothy chapter four. Here's paul i'm mean this. Respectfully paul is an old sixty five sixty six. He calls himself in philemon verse. Nine paul. the aged he bore the marks of stoning more than one whipping thirty nine stripes in you imagine shipwrecked in the deep. Here is a man who knew what it was to stumble along severely crippled from the blows of his past but he's now sitting in a dungeon writing a friend named timothy who is some thirty years younger than he and the apostle is encouraging him to stand firm. Look at these closing remarks of second timothy four six. I am already being poured out as a drink offering and the time of my departure has come. I have fought the good fight. I have finished. The course i have kept. The faith is great. In fact the object of each one of those phrases appears at the beginning of the original the good fight. I have fought the course. I have finished the faith. I have cared the plan. That god laid in front of me is the plan. I've carried out with no plans of taking it easy. My plan is to finish the strong as i began in the future. Verse eight there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness which the lord the righteous judge will award to me on that day and not only to me. Here's where we come in the picture but all so to all who loved his appearing. Here's paul still mentoring. Still ministering still motivating younger timothy to stir up the gift within them and to get the job done for the cause of christ. He finished well question. How do you how do you do it. We've got a. We've got an economic on record. Who walked with god three hundred years. How do you do that. We've got a moses who does his best work from eighty to one hundred and twenty. How do you do that. What's the secret of a caleb at age. Eighty five tightening ascension is built saying. Give me the mountain and let me take on the giants. And while i'm asking how in the world is a man who has been beaten to the end of his life. Say at the end. I have fought a good fight. I've finished. I've kept the faith not timothy step up. The answer is found in the last seven vs fijian's chapter six. And if i read this passage correctly on how to finish well i find four guidelines or if you like the word better directions for finishing well. The first of the four beginning at verse eighteen down to the early part of nineteen is stay strong in prayer people who stay strong in prayer. Finish well with all prayer and petition. Pray at all times in the spirit and with this in view beyond the alert with all perseverance and petition. For all the saints and by the way pray for me. Staying strong prayer. Some have taught that there aren't really six pieces of armor. There are seven. Remember the last time we were together we talked about the belt and the breastplate and the boots and the shield and the helmet and the sword. Perhaps we should have said. There's another piece. John bunyan writing and his immortal were called it all prayer with a hyphen. Add prayer to the wielding of the shield or to the breast plate. That protects you all prayer. There's a third standard that comes from an old gospel song. That church sang for many years. It goes back one hundred and fifty years to a man named duffield. Who wrote those words. When i quote them some of you will remember. Stand up. Stand up for jesus stand in his strength alone. The arm of flesh will you. You dare not trust your own. Listen to this line. Put on the gospel armor each piece put on prayer for duty calls or danger be never wanting their put each piece on with prayer before the helmet. Pray when strapping on the breastplate pray. When taking the shield faith pray would wielding the sword of the spirit. The crema of god. The saying of god. Pray pray the more you study this eighteenth verse. The more one word stands out all all all all spirit directed prayer consistent persistent prayer staying on the alert on our knees widespread prayer all the saint specific intercessory prayer. Pray for me. Says the apostle paul let me before we move to the next tip. Let me mention something to two groups who are hearing me right now. And i pick this age arbitrarily. There's there's no reason i choose it. I want to speak to you. Who are in your seventies or older one of the greatest disciplines. Sustain is prayer. You may not have the energy used to have. You may not have the vision you used to have. You may not even have what you would call the determination. My folks used to call. It spits rink. Tim did that. Come from maybe. You don't feel a spilling to that. Used to. But i want to tell you you have prayer as a friend billy. Graham says that the secret of his power has never been in his skills or gifts or the organization of his committees or team or even the location of the crusades it has rested in the heart of one great older woman who has prayed for him throughout his years of ministry. I plead with you as an older saint to do us who are younger. A favor pray span. Those days you used to spend in your work or pursuing whatever may have been your dream spin those days. Those months praying. I'd love to see prayer. Lists of older saints. And i've always rejuvenated when i see my name on it. There's something about this. Saint is remembering me now. I speak to a second group. All of you who are parents. The easiest disciplined to neglect is prayer for our children. I encourage you to keep it fresh and current. I encourage you to come up with a fresh list every month. Put their names. Before you put alongside those names specific specific petitions and intercede for your children by name as they're learning to walk as they're reaching out beyond the home to choose their friends as they're determining their direction and decisions for life as they learned to drive you automatically prey then pray for others on the highway as they're learning to drive as they go off to school that make their way on their own as they get older to the point where you no longer have the right to correct them or warn them. You pray you pray your warnings you pray your corrections you name them. Before the lord your children will be enhanced in their lives by that kind of prayer with perseverance. And furthermore you'll finish well prayer will keep you engaged in what is happening. It will focus your time and energy. On what god is doing. It'll get your eyes off yourself. You'll keep you from throwing so many pity parties. It reminds you that life is to be spent on the positive side. The negatives prayer never leaves me negative. It always makes me positive. It gives me hope to go on and so it will be for you. Stay strong in prayer. You finish well. Here's the second be bold in curry versus might lead where the rubber always meets the road. Actually i'm not even sure what that means to you. Speed radio network life hot dunk news. Feed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. New service still newscast january the eleven twenty twenty one. Thousands of veterans now have additional educational support with the signing of landmark legislation includes major protections for the gi. Bill passed unanimously in congress. House bill seven one five now. Let's student vets get in state tuition at public universities regardless of residency according to carry wolford president of support group veterans education success. She says another important provision is that the department of veterans affairs now will target schools for payment instead of veterans if any conflicts over tuition occur previously before this law. Va was going after students anytime. There was a tuition dispute and it was affecting one out of every four g. i. bill students according to the us government accountability office if a chosen school closes or doesn't get va approval. The new law means veterans can get their gi bill payments. Back and start over at another school. More than seven hundred. Eighty thousand veterans live in virginia nationally. About seventy percent use their gi bill benefits. I'm diane bernard about sixty. Two percent of student. Veterans are first generation students. Cnn reports the potential removal of president. Donald trump from office starts out more popular than any other removal process of a president in recent american history. Cnn took a look across polls conducted since wise at the capital on wednesday. Shows a clear plurality of americans want trump out of office even as president elect joe biden set to take office january the twentieth. An abc news poll released sunday finds the majority fifty six percent. Say trump should be removed from office. Forty-three percent believe he should not meantime. The movement to expand affordable legal services receiving renewed focus that comes after a us supreme court. Justice has made a public endorsement of the idea. Conservative leaning justice neal gorsuch wrote an op. Ed for usa. Today in recent months calling on stage to find creative ways for more americans to get free or affordable legal guidance specially in noncriminal cases examples include establishing a will or dealing with small claims issues. Rich lemay of legal services and north dakota says this kind of advocacy is long overdue attorneys. Go to school for this and quite frankly. Some of the attorneys don't have a trickier doubt. It's a lot to expect that a person is going to be able to do everything the way the court requires even for people who do qualify for legal aid. Lemay says programs like his don't have a wide range of resources to cover every kind of case lemay suggest people in need of legal advice research any possible assistance options before deciding to represent themselves. This is pms. Although the directive to suspend student loan payments had wave interest is set to expire at the end of this month biden transition officials have promised that the new administration will extend it more than ten percent of nevada have student loan debt and more than half of the state's respondents to a recent survey. Don't know when they'll be financially secure enough to start making loan payments again. Another thirty percent say they're not ready until june of this year. Later cody hanania with the group student. Debt crisis says the extension of the pas on payments is critical but so is further action for broad-based debt cancellation for the burden of student. Debt is something that is growing exponentially at people are facing unemployment or reduced hours or extra medical costs during the pandemic for twenty percent of nevada. Borrowers who responded reported that their financial wellness was poor very poor now during the pandemic that number has increased to more than fifty five percent. I'm lily bulky. The public health spotlight remains on covid nineteen but the opioid epidemic. Still is a major priority in ohio. Nearly four thousand overdose deaths are now reported for two thousand twenty. The final number is expected to approach or exceed the 2017 record. A four thousand eight hundred fifty four one strategy to reduce the number is the distribution of narcan zone which linda smolarek with harm reduction. Ohio says can reduce the deadly effects of heroin or opiates. Nobody deserves to die because they have used drugs for some reason and a lot of times. There's reasons has to do with mental health or physical health issues or trauma. These and fellow ohioans people who are valuable and because we want to save because of the pandemic harm reduction ohio started distributing the lock zone kids through the mail with an online request from those who use drugs or concerned friends or family members. Mary sherman reporting and finally eric ticket off tells us he landowners in south eastern montana or displeased with talent energies decision to challenge a cleanup plan for the coal through coal parts. The company which is part owner of the coal strip power plants says the two hundred eighty five million dollar plan for retired units one and two is grossly expensive. The ponds contain six point. Seven million cubic yards of toxic ash. Clint mcrae a coal strip rancher and member of the grassroots organization northern plains resource council says the coal ash has contaminated. The region's shallow offers and at talent is trying to portray itself as the victim. They have a responsibility to the state of montana into the public and specifically the adjacent landowners to clean up their mess and the ruling that they were going to challenge. This was very disappointing but it is serving wealth. The last forty years and it wasn't surprising that they went down that lane. This is mike vernon thank you for starting your week with public. Do servicemember enlisted supported or not radio stations across the nation and online at public service dot. Org hit is a look at your weekend weather. From the heartland newsfeed with us into the oval saturday. They will be cloudy skies with scattered flurries during the morning. Hours north wind around ten miles per hour. I in the thirties saturday night. 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You can find that over an ex pat money. Show dot com slash forum. Here's your your guy. You're of liberty all right. Kitty cats my guest today whereas many many hats taken right from the twitter bio. I'm just going to admit he is a historian. A jazz musician and author an aspiring griffin and the host of several podcast including a show. I was very proud to be a guest on very recently called. It's too late with alan. Moseley he is of course. Fellow top tier. Caster alan moseley allen. Are you ready to roar. That's just the gift that keeps on giving. Isn't it it really. It really was and that leads me to my first question allen before we get into. Your history libertarian. All the podcast doing out there and maybe current events. 'cause i'm not sure i heard a few things have happened this week out there in the news but i i i need to know what was it like where were you. Can you remember the moment when you heard tom woods. Refer to you as a top tier. Libertarian podcast i folks. This is real life. Had i had just gotten home from doing one of the and a good friend of the show guy who's done some work for the tenth amendment. Senator clay davis. He sent me a message on facebook and it had a clip from peak known as the said. Have you heard this. Check this out. And i listened to it and i i'll be dead honest with you. My immediate reaction was this all. He must be thinking of somebody else common mistake. He's got me confused with some other guy. Probably brian mcwilliams. Yeah exactly the yeah. And i think it was an interview with. I think pete was was interviewing tom and somehow came up. The subject of libertarian. Podcast and tom said as far as i'm concerned you know the top tier is up. Can you mark claire. Allan moseley and i don't know he might have mentioned somebody else. But i lost my train of thought by that point. Because i was so absorbed and being called adopter libertarian broadcaster. So yeah it was him. And he to dave smith and he and he he mentioned michael malice but he mentioned michael malice just to say that. Of course he thinks. Michael malices great but my malice isn't really a libertarian. He he'll tell you to your face. I'm not a libertarian. He's an anarchist was no adjective so he was making that shortlist of people that he thinks are really good content creators and so on me my takeaway was not just that he thought of our names but that look at the command. Look at the company. The company you're in that list. It's not it's not bad company. It also Either doing decent work out there or we have faked our way to somehow tricking tom. Woods thing. we're doing good work either way. It's working so hey what we'll take it right. Well you know. I used to tell myself earlier on when you know you're trying to get something started in. You don't exactly have the biggest audience in the world as i tried to. I tried to Myself feel better by saying well. You know we're we're we're attracting the right audience members not the most audience members and i mean that can't be a complete lie if we attract utah woods right. Yeah that's absolutely true. And that's something. I have to think about because i've had lions liberty for seven years. We've really grown this thing and that time and but you know as you. Now i started the second print comics podcast this year and it's it's reminded me what it was like. What is like to build an audience absolutely from scratch. I mean it helps that ramsey. And i are both libertarian podcasters. People know us but it's not a direct i mean. Is there still starting from scratch. Essentially and you gotta scrape by and the one thing. I always would do back in the day and now i'm doing it again is just a reminder if you're in a room talking and had this physical audience even if it's like forty people and their captivated by what you're saying like that would be such an amazing feeling if i can captivate a room of forty people so that's how i always look at these early early days of growth. I mean if if you're getting anybody and your interaction for them and you're getting feedback from them like we are. I mean we've had people reach out to us saying we support you guys even though i lost my job because i realize your this podcast is such an escape for me. It's so good for mental health like to hear somebody say that that were helpful helping with their mental health is just. It's just it's mind blowing. It makes it makes you really see like you're saying the quality of the audience. It really is important. It really is especially in this age of podcasting. There's a million podcasts. Out there to listen to We have to find our nietzsche's find our little communities and grow those and get the quality people in there that that is really how we're going to build things from the unless you have a billion dollars for marketing. This is the only way to do it. Well you know. And i know that your audience obviously as already a fan of you and rizzo. But i'm going to toot your horn a little bit here. You know when you do something like the second print podcast. It's it can be a challenge on the one hand. You're you're not new to this. You're a veteran content creator but on the other hand while it might be personally satisfying to do a show whose content is very much your own personal love and joy and hobby. That doesn't mean everyone's gonna like it right like even people who know you and like you. They might say well. I don't care about comic books you know. And so it's you're in even though it's personally fulfilling you're taking a risk when you really go out there on a branch doing something that you personally love because just because you like it doesn't mean people even even your own social circle Care exactly but if you like it and you're passionate about it that's how we're going to attract the right kind of audience by just sort of finding the way to express our passion in real and honest way so i just wanna kinda dig into how you got here in the first place how you sort of developed your passion for the ideas of liberty liberty so bring back bring me back to the early days the infancy of allen. Moseley's a sort of political ideas. And how did you end up down this path towards the ideas of liberty. Well i you know. I like to pat myself on the back and tell people that while. I was a big supporter of ron paul. Two thousand eight. That wasn't the start for me. So i you know i'm i'm from southern. Middleton columbia tennessee which is the home of president. james. K polk's either. There's my status credibility and You know i. I kind of came up in that sort of old school. Southern anarchy Tradition which unfortunately practically doesn't exist anymore. But i you know. I had a lot of older family members My father was older when i came along. So a lot of our in laws and things like that were older and these were people like these were old school southerners right like these were people who would say if the census man comes up the driveway. You shoot them. Type people right so i had kind of a healthy distaste slash distrust for government from a really early age. And i and. I don't mean that to come off in like a really like a weird redneck sort of a way but more and more but more in a you should be more careful about the people that you that you trust and subscribe to and as a general principle if you don't know them and you can't go to their house and knock on their door then they shouldn't be someone you're going to go really hard to bat for and i mean right off the bat that's going to discount. Most politicians definitely the federal level. That's in so. I mean that was i. I already had that mindset. I may not have been able to put definitions argue the semantics of it. But i already felt that way and then after After i got out of college the first time. I went to college a couple of times. Lots of musicians did who played too much music in the dropped out exactly You know that's that's when kind of the ron paul thing is coming along and i'm listening to this guy and i was like well. You know i'm going to be honest with you. This is a big waste of time. Because if this guy had half of prayer of getting elected you know he would he would be epstein before we knew what being at statement but but i liked it. I was like well. At least somebody is saying things that make perfect sense to me. But i'm i'm hearing people around me saying it's crazy and and i'm and i'm constantly asking people around me like okay. Maybe i'm wrong. What's crazy about this guy and will. They can't really answer that right. They can say it's crazy because it's different and it's not what they grown up hearing. It's not what they've been conditioned to believe but they can't really explain why it's crazy just and so that i mean obviously that's a big red flag for a lot of people and i think when people hear hear statements here bold statements that are so outside the norm of what they've ever heard. The initial response is often going to be. Well that's crazy or that guy's crazy now maybe it's a it's a it worked against him because he's an old. He was an older man. Maybe his suits didn't fit. Ray he wasn't the is politician so maybe they added a little bit to it. But i think any time you're saying something so outside the mainstream the idea that we should legalize all drugs or the idea that oh my god. Perhaps our foreign policy actually does create terrorists in some way shape or form and maybe we should at least look at that. It can sound crazy because it's common now speak. It's been about ten years now since ten. Twelve years since this has been in the vernacular now of of the mainstream in some way shape or form before that those phrases. Those words didn't exist. They weren't even a part of the political dialogue and the very fact that they are now is a testament to now what what it can be like when someone gets a little crazy and saying gets a little bold with a platform well like even just use. I don't want to harp. On ron paul. Too much but just even using him as an example. You know you would hear a lot of people that would say. Well you know i i. I am against the war on drugs but his opinions on say. The fed are bozo. Or you know. i'm. I'm really for bringing the troops home but You know i don't want to isolate Or whatever the random bs line is and oftentimes. I would tell people well you know. i'm not. I'm not trying to do an appeal to authority right. I'm not trying to say that. Just because he says it that means he's right on everything. I i do. Think ron paul is right. On ninety nine point nine percent of things. But even i'm not saying because he says it he's right on it but what i would challenge you. You know that you being that person saying those things is well if you agree with him on say ending the war on drugs and you can also admit that ninety percent plus the establishment is in no way interested in that topic. Then you should at least be if you if you can recognize. He's right on something big when no one else is then. You should at least here out the other things he has to say. I'm not saying you'll be persuaded but you can at least recognize that. This guy is cut from a different cloth than the rest of these people and be willing to hear what he has to say on the next item on the agenda and this is what i think is so important for libertarian. Understand and to help with how they message and I wanna give credit to. Brian mcwilliams last week on on electric liberty and he did a breakdown how he thinks the libertarian party specifically should be messaging but now one key thing he mentioned as well as you know when there are points of agreement strong agreement with someone whoever it is whether it's someone from the left and you have strong agreement about well they used to be antiwar not. You can't find it. There's so much but let's say criminal justice reform or whatever. It may be strongly agree with them because you do agree so you don't need you don't need to be combative about this particular issue at least And try to lead with those issues that you strongly agree with and then when when they see you boldly agreeing with something that that there's no boldly want to stand for themselves. Then sure maybe. They don't adopt a libertarian philosophy overnight but there are at least probably going to be able to hear you out because if they if they can think put themselves why agree with this person on this thing they can't be completely crazy or else allows they have to be completely crazy too. Yeah i mean exactly right in mean and that's the beautiful thing you know something. I'm sitting on the show many times that is has gotten me into hot water with some people as i say all the time. Most people don't have any principles. And i stand by that statement and i don't mean oh their principles are different than i know. Screw that most. People don't have principals at all. And when i and when i say having principles i usually define it as the type of person that if you give them a survey of one hundred different social or political issues and they have to really go one line at a time in think hard on what they believe they must not have principles because if you had principals they would be helping to guide you and a lot of those types of decisions whether you like the outcome or not. You're going to know where you fall on it because your principles help did make those decisions for you. and ron. paul is very principle person. So i'm sure if he were here even he would say well. You know some some of if if i had that you know magical one hundred questions survey you know some of the some of the votes that i would give. Maybe aren't necessarily what i would love to see in the world but i'm compelled to do so because that's what my principles dictate you know. Ron paul doesn't. I'm pretty sure ron paul doesn't do here pretty sure we can safely say that on the program. I'm fairly confident. But i'm also now but but i'm also fairly confident he doesn't think you should have your brains blown out if you i'm one hundred percent confident about that one. Yeah exactly and so and so to that point. That's that's where you have to challenge being. Well let's just say. Look i'm not. I'm not gonna start like my first step towards you. In trying to meet in the middle is not going to be legalized. Heroin probably not strategically the best place to start. But at some point you gotta you gotta go from the principal perspective and then when you're talking to somebody and they're saying yeah i can see that. Yeah i can see that. Yeah i can see that wherever you reach the line where they're say all right. Let me stop you right there. I'm not willing to go there then to just say okay. That's fine but in heinz but you know for for you to think about when you go home tonight. Why why are you drawing the line there and why. Why wasn't the the issue before that. Why was an issue before that. Why because because again you had deeply rooted principles that helped to guide the foundation of your political sociological thought. Then of a sudden. I think. And i'm not saying you'd still don't draw a line. I'm not saying that there's not a line that everyone can draw somewhere on what they do and do not think is healthy for society or however you wanna put it. But i think most people's lines would move if they were making those decisions based on principle and not based on from from politicians standpoint. You know what's most politically convenient that day again. It's that same idea of you. Know i think. Overall as a movement we want a constantly shifting the overton window shifting the ideas that what the ideas of acceptable thought are changing. What the dialogue is. And you can do that on an individual level with someone as well shift. Someone's personal overton window. If you can at least get them thinking in a principled manner and and asking these things at some point they have to have this internal debate and they either have to just decide. They're not going with principles or thinking. About what the principles really are. Because you might find someone that completely agree with you on on legalize marijuana for example But then they hear about like oh psychedelics in an acid or an ama. That's way too much. Some other people might go that far. They may have seen the studies about therapy. Can help people how You know suicide and mushrooms can help people so they might agree with the legalization of that stuff. But then they say heroin and cocaine. Whoa whoa whoa. There's no medical use their So definitely don't draw that line and to get them to look at it from the principal point of view and to ask yourself. What really is the difference in why you think someone should be physically grabbed can put behind bars for this one thing. But you didn't right across the other side here you didn't. It was just because there was no evidence that it was okay or evidence there was a medical benefit. And if so why is that your definition. Yeah we push these boundaries in whatever way we can with whatever sort of step in whatever foot were able to get madore in the first place quote like i'll give you a really perfect real world example. I got into a spat. Was some folks recently that the. This is not a libertarian group. That was having this conversation but the question came up. Do you think that people who are incarcerated. Do you think the people in jail should be forced to work to do something to make. The you know the make license plates to make widgets to sell to fund programs or to pay taxes or or or to reimburse victims or whatever and mii default position. Well no. i don't think they should. Because i that sounds a lot like slavery to me and a lot of people in this conversation said oh i think they absolutely should be able to. Because they should they should. They should have to have some use like well. If we're going to with of course people like the band around that word we right well. If we are going to have him in jail we ought to make them be useful. And i'm like mad. I don't want to do any of these things. So well in in in and i'd say well like you know if you give me five seconds to justify my position it's like well you know you talk about shifting the overton window think most people if asked whether or not slavery is a good thing. I think most people in current year will say no. I'm i'm i'm in slavery like okay. We've established that we're all on that page. We don't like slavery okay. Well let's open up the conversation about criminal justice reform. That's actually a really hot topic in current events. Do you think there should be criminal justice reform. Do you think that part of criminal justice reform should be that there should be less laws. There should be less people in jail. Wise america the biggest prison colony on earth. Do we if you know if you're someone who is pro letting out non violent drug offenders then we'll say if it's a non violent property crime property damage theft robbery but it doesn't involve physical violence To another person's person body then don't don't you think it would be better for the victim that crime to have that person working to pay off the amount as opposed to be in jail working to pay it off. And i'm in some of those people than sit. Well yeah i guess if they were going to pay back the damage they cause like well if they can do that more easily out of jail so they avoid jail but they also make the other person whole now having the conversation about restitution rather than incarceration and so in so the moral of all. Because i don't want to get an all those topics. It's the moral of the story. Is that what started as a really simple kind of like a conversation piece of do you think people in jail should have to work and a lot of people in that group. Say yeah they should then when they were confronted with well. Yeah but isn't that sorta kinda like slavery and then well well if there if you're gonna go that far shouldn't they be out of you know. Shouldn't they be instead of us. We having to pay for them to be incarcerated in sitting there making license plates couldn't couldn't they be out not in prison doing something more constructive which is better for their life. By the way as opposed to having to sit in a jail cell for x. number of months or years and be the victim ultimately receives restitution. Then everyone is better off. Of course i would love for there to be no criminals and no crime and all that but we don't live in a perfect world but a more perfect world than having more people in jail than any other country on earth would be for the victim to get the value of their goods or services. Lost back in that person not going to jail for twenty years. I don't think anyone with a semblance of humanity could say that that's a worse result than them just rotting in jail. Jam in that scenario is a win win whereas the other scenario the way we do it now is a lose lose. Like i mean the that either made them sake or just did a bad thing. Knowingly has no chance to make things better on his end or the victims and Is now just in jail of arbitrary time. That is a no ray related to the regular to the The initial crime. And maybe they're working but they're working for ten cents an hour just so they can afford rama noodles. Their work isn't getting pay off their. You know what they're doing. So now the tax payer including the victim of the crime has to pay to house this person and is in the meantime not only are they not getting restitution somehow through some through somewhere another their their hard earned money is also going to pay the person that caused them harm in the first place whereas under the under what you're the way you're laying out here As a win win you know the person can actually get restitution which really should be the point of all this in the first place now. A lot of people will say well now. People should be punished for their crimes. But if you're working for someone else because you're paying the back that is also foreign punishment it means you can no longer live your life in the same exact way you did before you can't just worked for yourself and your family you do have to work for someone else. Maybe that is a form of slavery in a sense is more like you know like you said But when you're just in jail working to work. I mean that is true slavery. You're working for corporations there that are using this jail system in their crony capitalists scheme to essentially get free or nearly free labor that they can never get on the open market. And i'll give you another really short example to is death penalty. There's a lot of people that that do still believe in capital punishment. I'll i'll admit one one of the positions that may be ten years ago. I was i was still pro death penalty and i changed my mind on that in the basis for that mind change was. Because i'm i believe that if you don't have the right to do something you can't possibly have given that right to to government to any state officials so if i can't execute someone who has wronged me then i don't believe the state can execute someone who has wronged someone else In in an. I can't sit here and tell you that i that i you know that i can tell other families or say you know victims of of murder or rape or whatever how they should and shouldn't feel and what they think is isn't appropriate. I don't think that's my place to say. But i don't think the government has the right to kill people because they they sentenced them as such and i know that that's that's a much greater extreme crime than say petty theft. You stole my cd player but it but but that's what principles do for you right. They don't necessarily give you You know having principles as an easy. It doesn't necessarily mean everything's going to be nice and tidy with go on it and it. It may cause you some indigestion at times. But that's what principles do for you but but the but the principle still holds like so in the same thing of talking about you know jail versus restitution. It's the same thing here. Is that if you tell someone. Well what do you think about nancy. Pelosi getting your hair did at the salon and you can't go wrong. They the laws should apply the same to everybody. Oh okay so you think the law should plan a saint. Mary body and you think that if you can do something they can. But if you can't do something they can't and you can't execute anyone because they rob you kill someone. That's that's for the justice system. Well there you go. So you're you're you're making that connection again of well you know damn and allen. You know that doesn't that isn't that might not be as satisfying answer depending on where you fall on the subject. But that's but you can see my point that that's what principles do is they make you think of well if i'm gonna be consistent and i mean in kind of bring this full circle that's in my mind. The beautiful thing about anarchism or libertarianism are being an camp or whatever fallen tourist or whatever language you like to use that the beautiful thing about it is is that if you're if you're someone who just values logical consistency. I feel like you know i i would never say oh i have all the right answers for everything for all time for all people for all human history. I think that that's There's a lot of hubris in that statement. But i feel like purely purely from a practical pragmatic standpoint of what is the most logically consistent. You know philosophical socio political way of thinking about things. I think we have that a there. Kitty cats. I need to take a quick little break to remind you that if you love coffee and i need coffee. I need coffee to get through interviews at this point because let's just past forty. I need a little extra kick in my step. And i get that kick from our good friends at lauren body italy. These guys have some premium. 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Give me a sense of how this the idea for this concept of the show kind of came together. And why you plan to do for it because this is not a per se political show although you know you talk about political things as well But you really you really doing something interesting. That i'm not that i think we need to see a lot more actually out there. I'd say in libertarian circles. But i think that's kind of the point. I don't wanna see this stuff. Confined to libertarian. Circles i wanna see libertarians. Doing other types of content. That gets them. Out of that libertarian circle. And that's what can actually bring people into it by saying. Oh this regular person though. I find interesting their libertarian. What's that mean and hopefully guide them that way. But i wouldn't take take it away on how he got here. A man and a woman to that so this so you know my my show. The gold standard with alamos lead. That i'd started a few years ago more than a few years ago now That was actually a kind of revival of old radio. Show that i had so. I was on the radio. Wm rb here in middle tennessee and we had show called the gold standard. The old station manager there in his name was john and myself and it was. It was kind of a drive time. Call in the libertarian type. Political show we did we did. We did a lot more local stuff and things because it was kind of like local radio and that sort of stuff but it was called the gold standard and then i revived that three three and a half years ago as you know more flight just kind of a down podcast type of a thing and then and then over time gradually started having guests but even the whole time. We were doing that very early on our idea was well. You know we wanna do things. In video we wanna really try to push the boundaries of production value and and graphics and tried and tried to move in a direction of making it as tv friendly as we can in on our shoestring budget And i feel like we've done that now in this new iteration of the program. It's too late because we do it kind of in in the in the light traditional late night style format where we have a monologue and then a desk segment where we're doing viewer mail in talking about kind of funny current events and pop culture then we do have a couple of segments where we either have a guest or maybe talk about something serious in the news. Sometimes we have musical guests at the end of the show just like traditional late night but but to your point exactly so is that i've actually gotten away from. Even using terminology like libertarian or anarchist. Very much because in in. I tried to impress this on kind of our our old fans who have been with us all along that look. I'm not any different. I haven't changed your. I'm not going the ray of you know. Chris cantwell right. Like i'm the same principles if you're coming to the lights my principles haven't changed at all but but you nailed. It is is to say that. You know something that i and i'm and i'm not going to name any names. Causing more libertarian. Dramas the last thing we need to do. Let's be honest. A lot of people aren't very entertaining. Let's call a spade a spade these these monotone people with some. You know whatever light jazz in the background. And then they sit down and talk about really esoteric inside thing referring to. Yeah though this this really deep is so type program where you know you have a couple of guys that are sitting in mom's basement somewhere talking about you know really really deep deep philosophical libertarianism. And i'm like who. Are you talking to people that are already so immersed and nerdy about it that they will find that interesting but it's probably not bringing anyone to that and and to be fair. Look there's nothing wrong with preaching to the choir you know. Sometimes you got to preach the choir. Because sometimes the carla's you need. You need to be preaching the message out there too. But i felt like doing a show. That was kind of sort of branded as a more mainstream late night. Entertainment type of a program. Where i'm might share my beliefs in those beliefs are in my opinion. You know traditional libertarian. Or anarchist beliefs or principles. But i don't say this is what libertarians thing. That's that is something you will not here on. My program ever again is well. Anarchist's think this because for one. Who am i to say what anarchist wanna put into box. Yeah i mean. I feel like you're you know. You're treading collectivist waters right when you start saying well libertarians. Think this well as soon as you find one. Who doesn't now. You've got to fight on your hands but to is that well. I would rather try to demonstrate that. I have the credibility to say i think this and then one might consider mayes that well. He is a libertarian. Who thinks that. I'm not saying all libertarians. Do but he is one and he thinks that. And i feel like you're more likely to reach new and broader audiences by talking about some issues going on in the world may be doing it in a little bit more irreverent way not making so life or death You know i. I feel like it's a very boomer. Con esque thing to do to say oh. Well biden won the rally. Yesterday was bad that means the. Cpi is taken over america. I was like well. Jesus man like if it's if i mean if every single setback is the communist party has taken over the country if that's if that's the line in the sand you're gonna driver single time of vote doesn't go your way then it just. It's hard to take you seriously right because it's just doom england twenty four seven so instead of that i'm going to try my best and and i don't always succeed but i'm going to try my best to have a little bit of humor. Have a little bit of reflection have a little bit of kind of bring some reverence to some otherwise serious topics but express them as my beliefs. But oh kinda hit. Hit wink wink. I happen to be an anarchist. Right right i mean. That's i mean. I wouldn't say it's quite the same as what Ramsey zone. I have tried to do his second print comics because we're trying to keep that a strictly non-political show but at the same time for -tarian so when we discuss issues and it's really amazing. I'm learning more. And more and i've been accomplished fan for twenty years But i'm learning more and more as i get into these stories and as i break them down and and as i speak about them like my libertarian opinions and my philosophy it filters into everything So when we get into other areas of pop culture and we can build fan bases in these other areas. You know a fan base. That enjoys you talking about pop. Culture and current events fan base enjoys renaissance macau of books. A fan base that enjoys You know brian odeon and our friend. Rico have a show bravo and beer where they're talking about all these these reality shows and getting drunk. I mean these are all different. Little nieces you can find that political at all even you know in your case maybe kinda ride line a little bit but the idea is we need to get into the culture. We need to invade the culture. We need to everywhere. Because that's how the left has been successful. The left has completely overtaking the culture to the point that very leftist positions now feel like the norm they feel like the baseline we're we're starting from and republicans are such. I'm just going to say such pussies and all they do is react to what's happening. They don't actually counter and try to overtake the enemy and then sort of the maquiavelian since they basically only played defense. So when you're only playing defense you're just getting pushed back a little further further a little further all the time and now what what might have seemed like a quote unquote socialist position. You know ten years ago twenty years ago is just the standard and then we kind of go from there. I mean something as simple as you know everything with obamacare and the the mandates and trump has certainly been a big part of pushing this to the norm. Now now even republican would never say oh we have to. We can't ever say anything against yes. Everybody with pre existing conditions should be covered whether it's terrorism governments game of the private company or whether it's through universal personal health care medicare. it doesn't matter. Hardly you're going to hardly find any politician who will disagree with at least that and the concept whereas twenty years ago i mean yes. You would have actually have a big debate about that. But the debates. God the debate on that little small aspect of it is gone because the left is pushing. And but it's it's not just that they're pushing politically all through the culture thing. About how many celebrities endorsing joe biden. They're not doing that because they're going out on a limb they're not doing it because they're being bold and brave. They're doing it. Because they're part of that culture That's how deep it is. I mean they're just representatives just figureheads of the larger culture that is invaded almost all areas of pop culture. So that's that's where we have to understand that we have to. We have to go where the battle we have to go wage battle in these different emerging. Battlefields which aren't as obvious as what one might think. They're not just the political arena. It's everywhere and you know and this is kind of like a message to our to our friends and other content creators out. There is that it's not easy. Postcards are our non-core top tier friends. yes right. it's it's it's i mean it's not easy and what i mean by that is is that you know. Sometimes i'll something will happen. Something in the ether will happen. A movie comes out. A politician says something of a football game is played and you will see an article or a video by someone. It'll be the libertarian perspective. On and like jesus christ now first of all it not. Everything needs that. That's not necessary all the time you know sometime. Sometimes the bills and the colts can play and i don't need to know the libertarian perspective. On the bills colts game right on the on but at the same time doing that but it being being organic is well. That's that's who. I am as oppose to ongoing to evalu- everywhere evaluate everything through that lens for you. That can come off as forced in cringely and unnecessary and again especially if you're trying to reach more people people who are already in your camp. We'll see that and be like is that. Is this what everything is about to that guy. You don't wanna be that you're gonna get my god. Do i really have to hear the libertarian perspective on everything. I really need libertarian. Perspective on backgammon. Really can you guys just settle about politics but what you can do is start. Doesn't have to be a podcast and that to be a book. Youtube channel whatever. It is as a matter if you love backgammon. Don't write an article about the libertarian perspective on backgammon. Go do something about backgammon. They are passionate about and allow your natural self to filter in whether it's comments here and there don't even planet. Just go be yourself because it's gonna seep in it's gonna seep into that culture and you're going to build this huge Ten thousand person backgammon back at an audience and they're not libertarians. But suddenly they have this person they respect and this person who's a leader in their community and now when they do see you somewhere else and they hear you say something and they say oh that's something they might have written off earlier like we're talking about now towards the beginning of the show. Something that sounds crazy. Ron paul thing. Well they can't write you off as crazy and not knowing what you're talking about if they are one of your fervent fans because they love backgammon in your take on back. Amnesty is so amazing. I've hardly ever played backgammon. And i have no idea why that became the example. I feel like i played it as a kid. I couldn't explain the first thing about it. So maybe someone should start this back. Mumbai guests so i can learn about backgammon but anyway the point being gay do what you're passionate about. It doesn't need to be about politics and build these communities because then you're going to become a respected figure of your community a respected leader and that's going to give so much weight to when they actually do. Here's a quote unquote crazy opinion from. You won't like. I'll i'll use david smith as an example. I've met dave once. I met him at tom. Woods is one thousand thankfully. But i've never had him on the show. I'd love to get davidson. Toss some day. Yeah he is tall. he's taught. I mean we'll. I'm under six foot. Which means i'm sam it a couple of inches under that. Let's just say yeah. Yeah exactly so you know. I'll use him as an example of what you know. Dave smith is not a successful libertarian. Person he's a successful person. Who is a libertarian. In that in that in that small distinguishing comet means everything. If you are trying to be. The most successful libertarian for one here kind of the bar lower than maybe you hire folks come on. Yeah and in to like if that if that. that's your identity like your identity is. I'm a successful libertarian. I think you're be. I'm a second want that exactly. You want to be a successful person. Who oh by the way. Did you know that guys libertarian really. Yeah exactly i think it. Just it just changes the dynamic both for people within our camp and people outside. I mean people within our campbell be like yeah you will one of us but people outside of our camp who may be there. Their preconceived notions of anarchy or libertarian. Who that's a fringe element. I don't really like that. Then when they see someone who they get to know as as successful well-spoken and all that and then find out after the fact after they've already kind of established their first impression of. Oh this is a well to do. Person then finds out their libertarian. That changes every. And i think what you're saying is actually a key testament to why david smith is also a successful libertarian. Podcast or because. I mean i have no idea the downloads of of the shows. He's on but i'm pretty. Sure that legion of skanks a much more popular show than part of the problem. Because it's a. It's a huge comedy. Show has a lot of fervent fans. But so many of those vans. And because i've heard it from them i we have fans of liberty. He said oh they came here from this gang. Today's myth aligns liberty. But it's it's gangs it's his. It's very nonpolitical thing that i made them like. Dave made them respect him. And now once you like him and they say oh you have another studio here mentioned. Oh he's got another show. What's that well. I like him on this. I respect him for his comedy. He makes he makes me laugh. So maybe i'll go check out what what he's doing this other arena and maybe the first time the here. They're kind of like whoa well. This is crazy. But they're not gonna they're not gonna write it off the first time. The hair crazy thought about any of the war on drugs. Or what have you. Because they've received that respect as already been established that fandom has already been established. And you can't write off someone. You're a huge fan of without at least like we've been saying putting in the time to let them air the opinion and at least give it some thought. And that's how we're going to slowly change people by by putting ourselves in the position that they want to listen to us that they want to hear our perspective on something 'cause shoving it down. Their throats does not work. Believe me. I tried for like five or ten years is that it doesn't work. Yeah exactly and i mean into that point like i. i don't wanna come off as a as a as a doom and gloom defeat as type person. But i am the type of look. I'm not politically active. I don't vote. I never will doesn't matter who's running and what party they run for And and i don't think that there is any political path to a free society. And i don't think there ever will be. I don't think that that is nirvana is not meant for this world With that said that doesn't that doesn't mean err therefore go a bridge that means is you need to be shifting from you know political success to as you're talking about you know personal success Social success financial success. You know cultural success and in for it doesn't it doesn't matter what we what we like. Or what are the way we think things ought to be. I wish that libertarian. you know. Liberty was a primary political virtue of people. The world over and someone like a libertarian would be seen you know maybe a little bit as a as a radical ideal but something to be at mired because they are so radically pro liberty. That's not the world we live in and so instead of being angry about it and yelling hook for rob people people. Just don't love like us. They're all stupid and evil instead. Just just you know. Be be social b. b. b. a. b. a great member of your community provide for your family Live a healthy life liberal. Live a long life. Have you know have a wonderful family all those things because again it's it's it's hard to put a value on the difference between meeting stranger for the first time who the first thing they learn about you is your one of these crazy radical libertarians. And that is completely colored their thought about who and what you represent. And then from that point i mean maybe you can turn the tide on that but it's an uphill battle and i don't i i hate that that's the case but that's the case the way a lot of people in this country are world think vice versa. If they found out i. Hey it's it's clear he he's well-spoken he's a fun guy to be around so fast but he's all right. Yeah he's he's he's in the comics. That's cool i'm into comics so they've established that rapport with you first and then after. They've established that report in kind of made their first impressions than say. Oh as a libertarian. Cause because then it goes from oh. You're a libertarian. I don't care about those other things. You're weird too. I like all those other things. You're libertarian. i don't know. I thought those people were weird but marks changing my mind on that. That's it again it's not. It's i'm not saying that. I'm glad that that's the way the world works with us. The way the world works. Well alan i. This is not the current events. Show here lines of liberty. You know we have a bit of a variety show. That is usually handled by brian mcwilliams. And i know we're going to be probably doing some. There's coverage of craziness going on outside of the show. But i feel like we can't have this conversation an air the show on monday without at least mentioning the craziness that is that is going on in this country right now and where do you think it's going so just it. Just take it from there. Clown fiesta out whole literally. We saw some of the photos from the capitol building. Yes yeah. I mean you know i discussing this with my buddy mike. Muhairi and furniture. Yep and nash nash. Communications at tenth amendment center. Everyone should be a member of the tenth amendment center and The thing the thing about physically the events of january six than just this week in general and in the election and all that In twenty twenty as a whole even it's just the fact that there's a lot of competing schools of thought that are really hard a think especially for people in our camp to reckon with 'cause it's it's eat you're not a nazi in. You're not a racist to identify. Maybe the the left the political left the cultural left as not being amenable to your values and principles that by the way i'm being as politically correct and non volkers like to say that you are not a nazi or racist to to come to that conclusion vice versa. That doesn't mean you're ready to lock arms and fight on the front lines of the civil war on the side of the political or cultural ride or or the magas or the trumpers because they don't really represent my my values are principles either and so that's so while i can identify one side as as being i can. I can look at cultural marxism and say boy. Well i don. I don't like the way this is going In i can be four political decentralisation and secession on all those things and not be a racist but i can also look at that and say well. Okay let's say. I snap my fingers and we wake up tomorrow and we now live in. The united states is broken into. Let's just start for now. Two different nation states. And there's there's going to be are there's going to be trump world and there's going to be biden more on net. That's better than what we have. Now i think trying to force you know a few hundred million people with with irreconcilable differences into one. Political group is is not the way forward on the other hand. As an anarchist and libertarian. I can say yeah. But i'm not sure which one of those i wanna live in. Because they don't exactly represent me either and and you know it's something to and this is kind of a message for the the the blue gulu. libertarians out. there and the collapse of terry is look I i'm all. I'm all for for a good breakdown of society as we know it. But i i would caution. Those people on those types of beliefs if for no other reason than when i if in win that disillusion of of the political world as we know it calms the that the next thing is in a free society. The next thing. I it may be smaller societies than we have now but the mainstream thought in the either logical right and left still do not line up with my values. There's that doesn't mean there's going to be a place for us. Neither one of those camps are saying. Oh don't worry you guys. When when the civil war's over you come live with us. They're not saying that they'll say that if you're going to adhere to their edicts that doesn't make them any better than what we have now. So i don't know man. It's just but i guess in some sense it's in some sense. I i have sympathy for the magas out there. Because they they had their guy right. They had their trump and they believed he was going to drain the swamp. And all this. And of course. I will say this and i know offering might mary agrees with this. I'm i'm not going to be one of these. These these right kind of leaning libertarians who thinks on net by winning was way worse than trump. Waiting 'cause i gotta be honest with you. I think the gop is a way better. Opposition opposition party than they are partying. Yeah for sir. I mean they actually at least speak about principles when they're the opposition party. Yeah exactly. I mean the the ship's sinking anyway but if i had to choose the gop party is a better opposition party And i mean without in but but vice versa. I will preface that with you. Know you have a lot of maga types out there saying well look man now. That biden's in here comes again. Here comes the ccp. The country's gonna go four communist so we gotta be ready to vote and twenty twenty two got to be ready to vote and twenty twenty four and my answer to them and i know that the tenth amendment center guys would tell you mark. I know you know this. Is that for for bolden guys over there at know when there's a republican in office and they say the exact same things about limited government and constitutional values all the right wingers call them live tards and snowflakes and in unsubscribe and then when the republican loses office in a democrat is in and tax says and does the exact same thing. No matter who's in office then all the right-wingers come around and say speak truth to power. And all the all the left teaser of not season racist but the point being is is that wild while absolutely. I'm not thrilled with a biden harris administration on the other hand if any if any right strolls into it's too late and says oh. Hey you guys were talking bad about buying. This must be the show for me. My only answer is man. The last time you guys elected somebody. It was a gun grabbing socialist. Indeed i think the best libertarians can do in all this is definitely not taking one side at all. I mean even if you kind of think maybe trump maybe there was fraud and trump got screwed. Or what have you or maybe you think it was all legitimate. Probably best not to really take a strong stance because at the end of the day. These neither side is really our friends. Some you might find some people in some camp that that are more so than the other. But you don't want to start getting associated with the other side the best we can do is kinda use this an example of maybe we should be ruled under the same system. Maybe this is why maybe look what's happening now. Do we really need to be fighting over this building. This building in washington dc where we control everything else all around the country. Do we really need to have this happening or can we break up. Kind of live live in our states and the least look at things that way. At least i haven't run communities Do we need to force our beliefs. Whatever they are is right as we may think. They are on the entirety of a nation. That doesn't agree with them. Never ever will or can. We just live peacefully in a little more separately. I think that's that's probably the best angle we can take on this whole thing. You have to be if if those are your principles. If you value liberty as a primary political virtue you have to be unabashedly libertarian. At all times if you're gonna be antilock down under trump you better be antilock down under biden by the way you better be you. Better be acting lockdown period. Yeah if antiwar like look. I know a lot of people. Give a lot of heat to the l. P. i do too. I've said many times if i run for an office in l. p. platform is to dissolve the libertarian party. That's what i'm running. That's my platform. I think that's incompatible but that being neither here nor there a lot of people criticize and say well. Hey why doesn't the lp twitter make a big antilock down post. Hey why doesn't why don't they make a big anti whatever post it's like look i mean. That's the crux of a lot of the criticism. Is you have to be you have to be anti fed. You have to be anti war You you have to be a pro private property in part of that means a right of association which means getting an anti started getting into things like anti-discrimination laws and stuff like that and if you're talking about principle that means you don't think the government has a role in determining who and who can associate with what You know who the bake the cake. Stuff the With those types of things like this is it's i guess if it's sad to me that some of the things i just listed or even remotely controversial within libertarian circles. Because in my mind. that's libertarianism. One oh one like this is the basic stuff. We're talking about here. But that just goes to show that even unfortunately even within our own social circles there are people that decide how they feel based on an issue rather than having principles indeed indeed alma. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's over new service newscast january twenty twenty one on thousands of veterans now have additional educational support with the signing of landmark legislation includes major protections for the gi bill passing unanimously in congress. House bill seven one. Oh five now. Let's student vets get in state tuition at public universities regardless of residency according to carry wolford president of support group veterans education success. She says another important provision is that the department of veterans affairs now will target schools for payment instead of veterans if any conflicts over tuition occur previously before this law via was going after students anytime there was a tuition dispute and it was affecting one out of every four gi bill students according to the us government accountability office. She says if a chosen school closes or doesn't get. va approval. 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Although the directive to suspend student loan payments had wave interest is set to expire at the end of this month biden. transition officials have promised that the new administration will extended more than ten percent of nevada's have student loan debt and more than half of the state's respondents to a recent survey. Don't know when they'll be financially secure enough to start making loan payments again. Another thirty percent say they're not ready until june of this year. Later cody hanania with the group student. Debt crisis says the extension of the pas on payments is critical but so is further action for broad-based debt cancellation so the burden of student. 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So i don't want to get you to defend talk but go ahead well. I will be able to do that. Thirty seconds. But i can get started Basically this product is a plant compound and it resets talked about the reset. Hopefully they'll be one sunday. Well it resets the whole entire genetic code and the genome which is the whole length of your genetic legacy whether you're black or the rica or the pope okay reset we're going we're going in the break here. You got the music going. So what i wanna know when we come back. We're going to go ahead and talk about a reset reset and to what is tape. Strip it off all of the genetic material is reading for proteins and make every getting reset. It's like taking an undue when you do an edible. It's whoa i got ripped off. Debuted at the overall picture in the real estate market today is one of frustration. When you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits would. Have you believe that everything is okay. 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Maybe some. I don't wanna go. Listen off a bunch of stuff that i do but we working so far. So i'm i'm gonna cure for covid know at what stage. What are we testing. How was it tested. What is the mechanism by which it works. So eddie go ahead and convince me now. Church chirp well anyway. you know. There's three standard test guy knows code but it's all on the website. The the medical doctor had the nerve the put his name on the report and lettuce toasted. He'll be on my Though obligation conference call. Saturday people could advocate every little right down to the subatomic particle. What was that tested. Know paul grace and you can get into a doubt to australia. The right down to the bottom of the earth. The man himself will be on This conference call saturday seven pm. The a lot of physicians natural gas distinguish scientists like a name. The names to by the way. Don't care if i need you to convince me to even wanna go. Listen anyway so you know. What is the mechanism by which it works. Okay remember the reset metaphor. I use for the commercial this reset your andy. But it ain't it ain't built christopher now let's not get all. It's all that stuff. But i say at recess or dna. I i'm saying that we have evidence. According to virologist geneticists this natural plant compounds bio regulate it downgrades your bad genes and upgrade your good genes though the cuts snip crisper. None of that. The natural compound is actually recognized by the food and drug administration as generally regarded as safe. It's a food okay. But it's a very tiny food. It's the spending ninety nine percent water. Little look three ounce bottle like nothing like but the main thing is what does the fact that the crew that works so i can much deeper into the science. How discovered coup discovered how was developed has gone way known. You know man. They're go. Go start explaining. Yep okay well slow down and ask you explain. 'cause i like an exchange when these things i wanna know how it works. I want to know what it is I don't know i. I mean i have no idea how i'm gonna i'm gonna go into detail doubt. I planet molecule with plant. Okay basically sugarcane simple sugar cane and the street terms The inventors the phd in chemistry of all the lights are off. Everyone lab at novartis One of the big pharma cartels okay. He decided he's going to go. He can use all that credible computational equipment and database to study on now detroit don barrett petkoff pal in hopes that he could find something so so it would help danny many conditions for huma. Okay so consequently. We have tremendous results and healthy. Dissolve blood clots decrease and reduce and eliminate diabetes commercialises. All heavy duty studies all external study. Twenty eight we have five hundred pages. Okay mad when you start going back to studies not telling me what to do it. I mean you're not the expert on this. You're in marketing. You're one of the i expert. Now i'm gonna tell you how it works at the back of the reset idea. Now i have to explain. This is a little bit of new science here right. The anybody else doing this. I don't think so. Explain the new science how this works so i go go go go okay into cell biology and genetics. Okay watson crick were allotted for covering ra dna molecule molecule and. The world was cold. That's this is the code of all codes. What we found was that this plant material actually optimizes in the sense cold coke. Are you have a on. You have habsburg dynasty your how many Cultures intermarry how problems they have genetic. Rub the recessive traits. That might be good or bad. so anyway This plant molecule actually shuffles the deck and favors the human being and any circumstance whether high blood pressure. I'll get an example. I saw a second that you know my friend. His mother's ninety three. She's got the bone dental neighbor. Thirty terell woman saved the product interesting. So let me get back to how it works if i may just after. A small army of scientist went further in cell biology genetics and immunology then two thousand fifteen th the national institute of health other good studies. But they don't generally use a for anything that you and i what. And it'll tell you the rest. But nevertheless on record in two thousand fifteen they found what they call in your body and every cell the nucleus every cell and you got about one point six degrees in the nucleus very sal. They found forty eight what they call nuclear receptors and those nuclear receptors succeed and could be cold linked to the human genome. The whole human genome with all your genes so anyway. So there's kind of a changer. Okay then we know about the genetic code. I'm not saying it's not true. Okay but What code that these forty eight nuclear receptors what code forty eight nuclear receptors. Evidence appears to be. Is this plant compound. It comes from sugar sugarcane. You can make from flower. You could make from rights. We have the proprietary way to make it. It was fifteen years in development Million privately funded this cabinet eighty five percent of the world so that's the basics of how it works. I could go deeper into the nanotechnology that well. I just wanted to make sure we didn't not give you an opportunity to make sure people knew this existed. And they go. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go ahead. Let's give you a final. Say here in commercial on this Event saturday or whatever. Tell the people send it to donald trump. Put it up in the first hour and tell the people how they can get. Hold listen to everything you had to say okay. We know what. I'm gonna give my flat out number my cell phone. You can touch me. I because it's pretty heavy duty barrage people call me from capetown africa cetera. Twenty four seven. But i'm gonna do it This is any taylor in ohio. Nine three seven eight. She's seven four seven all giving loop code. 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Plus connect with others via the forum at shire society dot com. That's shire society. Dot com some of our live shows are streamed in hd on twitch please follow and share it twitch dot dot fm that's twitch dot l. dot fm It's time for declare your independence with ernest hancock to be part of the show. Call six two two six four. Eight hundred declare your independence. Well you know you never know these guys. I get calls lot lot of time. Yo you need to make sure audience know my god. This is going to be in the cure of what i you know. It's i do not want to be the one to censor someone's passion you know. Just give it You know what i could very well be one that wants to information. We'll have in the first hour. Anyone wants to go check it out further and so on go. Because i know it's going to be something that it's going to be a nutritional thing it's gonna be a little you missed. You didn't get the right route or something you know it's going to be you know it's all the things that actually work for me and i. It's a oh zeke. That cared about. I don't know half of winter problems. Then he kind of immune system stuff that i had colonial silver. Don't the other house in any infection. And what i put you know cloverdale silver and if i need it ought to be you know the action or wrath or something you know. I put a blob of it on a band aid and just put it on their legal on their do it again next day. You know i. I got a really bad splinter moving a stage p suffer doing here making the signs a couple of days ago and i'm like man that's going to be nasty guy flay it open. It was one of those horizontal things you know. Pull it out. And that's going to be my fingertip and it's going to be a thing and it's always a thank. You know you put band aids on it and so on and that'll keep it helping get better over time and you get a few days that big a deal as you keep it covered but Coil silver never starts just done and and next forgot even did. It didn't even go as such simple things like that that we're looking for because i know it's simple things that were missing. There's some mineral. I take a. I was called out of complex full vic mineral complex stuff and the reason was was like this. Somebody a listener Friend said look man. This stuff is awesome. It is lives in a retirement community in because he has so diabetes. He's got loss right as he's getting older and he has you know issues sort of keep functional and be able to walk. He walks miles a day in the swimming pool. They're closing down the pool. All the wreck stop their retirement communities. You're not allowed and three layers of mass. And all. I mean it's just becoming a thing. So he walks. You know mile just talking to engine so on back and forth. I've done with them before. Gone out there. It's a nice. It's a nice pass time. You know you can get some healthy and takes the weight off this thing keeps it lubricated. Didn't joints moving and so on and the only thing that really as the most health benefits but you know you see all these people with cracked calloused feet. They're just it's just any pepe is going to look at cannabis for everything and This mineral complex. You know a couple of hundred minerals is from Utah salt lake you. It's just a mineral just from the mountains and stuff. I think and Trace of everything you know. It's magnesium magnesium giant long list of just a bunch of dissolve rock as part of our life. I guess so by getting these minerals and all of a sudden boom. They're calluses go away. You know the cracking feet is just a nutritional thing that helps fill in the the bonds of making skin. I guess so when it hits spring and it started to sidewalks warm in the morning. You're not wearing slippers in arizona. I'm run around on the concrete. You know at our home there. It's got big giant driveways sidewalks and a whole bunch of cool deck in an area. I'm just what that somehow the concrete just suck the life right out of my feet you know and it would. I couldn't do it. I know you just run over there. But i know i do. You know it's sucking some out. And i start getting calluses or dried cat. Whatever started taking this boom went away just part of my supplement thing to make sure i get enough minerals because if it it's everything manifest in your skin if something happens then what happens you know you you get in your skin and you can watch due to your liver do so. It's something simple and you guys are. Go check it out and report back or something fine. I've gave their shot. So i'm glad to do that when somebody's got a solution. I'm really win through By swat tax silver he makes you know the super nanno. They'll get me on that to your the nanos sides deeper nanno silver the nanno and puts it in different lotions and creams and corn rem. I gets dry. There's something there that and then it gets you rub it gets back. They didn't the thing. I just take a little teeny. Tiny almost can't hardly see dab of the silver thing. It's the only thing it works and it goes away. This stays away to maintenance thing. You know i it right. We need to start worrying about what we eat. Our immune system needs what it needs and we are industrial you go. it's organic. Whatever led us a turnip radish of something. You go get at walmart superstore or something. And and it's not giving you a nutrition. You need not doing well. it's supposed to do. It is important that we keep our mu system up. Because i don't think this is the last of it. They're already screaming. Cova do you know. Corbett calls at cove. Cough twenty one. You know whatever it is. So i'm we're under attack and what's under attack. I think us as individuals as being controlling and had a lot of people don't know you go in for the first shot that means you signed up for the second one i got. You gotta get another one after this and you guys remember when they were doing on the corona virus before they started sars one and sars to came and so it was the second inoculate second shot that killed the people that was because he got the first one. You know the first one set up your immune system and then when the second wave of whatever the heck happened that made it worse so it was. I mean i can go on and on about these studies. And i'm just an. It's not going to be some pharmaceutical answer. And i'm gonna get on that wheel and a lot of my friends. I don't know if it's a freedom thing or a libertarian. Thing or what not in the drugs unless a recreational so let immune system take. Br eat healthy are trying to get. I have bought this whole thing started. Chagas mushrooms was recommended by a lot of the naturopathic different doctors and everybody who was at first james. Lyons wiler and docker judy. It was all about if you're worried about these viruses and so on you need a bump your immune system and chagas mushroom does a good job yada yada fine. How much you know probably a hell of a lot less than what it is now outside of that so we did. We bought chagas mushroom item. D got you know coil silver zinc and bunch of other supplements and you know full vic mineral complex and the idea diatta and an oxygen generator that was like three hundred and something dollars and a nineteen dollars oxygen saturation meter for your finger. I go if you get it. The big thing is is losing oxygen levels in your blood and if you go to the hospital the only real thing they can do benefit to you is get your oxygen levels up and then they're gonna stick something down your throat in your lungs and then late and kill you and i'm gonna and i think i'll decline show. We're going to do preventative. And i was under the bus into snow. Kind of not wearing a mask and sacramento and And i did. I haven't because we've been doing preventative finding out some food supplement. That is you're comfortable with and got people telling you that does a good job. So i'm we talk about these things on. I'm open to anything but you know your own doctor. You're responsible don't delegate responsibility for your health to someone else. Even if they got a lab coat feeling confused about the current economic reports that dominate the headlines. Not sure if this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming and confusing. 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You know it it'll be you know. Freedom is slavery and they mean it or well day. Nineteen eighty-four is making the point. You know the freedom to choose. I give you a perfect example. It was nineteen eighty-one around there in new york city helping a friend she found a job eastern airlines and it was winter break over. That year was ninety. Eighty eighty one around in their eighty. Eighty one and I went back new york to help move and stop and we stayed in a in queens bay. I think that's what it's called I remember a long ago. But anyway day landlord there. She was a russian immigrant or defector or escapee or something like that she was a doctor and had engineer signs and so on their up and coming professional jews and they wanted to get out. Well they got to travel thing go to and then once you're out bom you know it's it's off america so they had a russian community there and they had a christmas party that i went to and there was one A couple of young guys So i'm just chatting them up and they spoke english enough and one guy Had defected escaped came to america. Now keep in mind. This is iron curtain. Days is back before the internet and fax machines. I remember and it was america's some book or movies saw. They won't go. They won't be there for whatever reason well a lot of them. The industrious ones the smart ones. The ones that had professions the word certified here. They couldn't speak the language they were gonna get a job and whatever it was due to do so. They had a russian community where they'd speaking they learn english. They'd go to school. They get their papers. A gal legal citizen whatever from their escapee from russia status something and But they worked doing drywall. The people that i knew. And there's always some russian builder guy got cheap labor in new york so The russian community had their own community so when they had this party. The woman that owned the building we were renting. They liked us and had us come to their party. Sheep's head bay. that's what it was. Yeah she's a bank queens so you go to her home and she was married to a retired postal delivery guy a postal service so it was interesting talking to him and her and told the story. I always been like this. I mean you know. Tell me everything and it was interesting. Their thing was getting. She had this great super-duper furniture thing that was getting out for russia was thing and out of whatever reason it had sentimental value or they work that out but there is a young man he is probably in his early twenties and he goes freedom freedom freedom from what his mindset. I came over here. And i don't have a good job l. I had that in russia and and department had something to eat. you know. Give me you know i clean the gutters or whatever it was that he did. He didn't like wherever they assigned him. Whatever job that he had so union he didn't like you come to america and he was complaining about the freedom to starve he goes you guys have free. You think you got freedom. Freedom to starve from be unemployed freeman to be homeless freedom to be. I mean you know in Soviet union freedom from hunger freedom from medical care free. Of course you gotta stand in line forever. You know you get what you get but you know his idea. Freedom was different. this is what's infecting The entire country if not the planet is that you're not free if you're hungry you have the freedom to work and not be hungry or grow and all that and all these incentives of free markets see capitalism. My shirt what the hell is any bastardized that all hell you know but you know free. Markets free dumb for z the question but in new york city. Maybe the freedom to go work. Start a job at ice cream cart. Whatever you don't really have the freedom you gotta get permission slip to compete so either back then understanding go. Well what can you do. We talk and he goes. I can't you know the stuff that i wanna do. I can't do. They won't let me. And i'm thinking about it. I'm going to want to go back to the soviet union because he had freedom from fear freedom from want freedom from universal basic income. When you do this and you have a regulation of everything and you can. Only you know. Deliver products and services via drone and work at amazon. It's gonna it's gonna go bad black mirror. The guy that did black mirrors a bunch of episodes kind of along these lines and He i'm not doing any more episodes. It's here. I was worn now. This i've been i i can't i can't go dystopia enough. I can't you know be creative. Enough stuff's happening all around us at the end of this for years our i started doing radio and everything i'm going. What's your goal. What i want to retain my humanity. I want to be able to hug him. My grandchildren and not feel that. i'm spirit. evil over him you'll go out and engage and you know lay waste and Go all militia lone wolf and do whatever things people fantasize about doing when you got Being ruled by tyrants and then come homer come my grandchildren and embrace him. It's just negative energy. I don't wanna. I wanna maintain my humanity and grow humane offspring and grandchildren. I we successful as far as much as i game but it is. I feel it coming and we're gonna start prepping our way for this. We have to start thinking about it and the next hour paul rosenberg. We're gonna you know this beginning of this year's really thinking about it. We're going to think about it. What does it mean to resist to say. No what your line. How far are you going to go. Why didn't the jews in germany. A lot of people they just got some did lot did. We're out of here and we see where this goes. Well we see this goes here. Who are you going to be. You're going to be on the couch. Car back of the bus force inoculations strapping. You're going to tell you what's up. Are you just gonna leave and leave to go. Where how long would that last word about your children grandchildren. you know. and you're less encumbered. You get out of here. Let me know how it works out or you go prepare a place for them or you stay in protect them. What are you gonna do. You gonna do gonna tell you know the resistance has to be individual has to be an opinion. Just everybody okay. I did my bit. I left a little on the back porch for the revolution. I let them. You know. I didn't tattle on him. And they went across my back. Forty would there blah blah blah something. What level of commitment do you have to to freedom or do you have any. And who are the ones that are gonna karen you. Ooh i got me a stodgy. Snitch number i called number. Loom ms snitch. You know and as five hundred thirty seven. What do you got to say. Oh i'm reporting. They got to remember renee. They were saying that people were hoarding. Certain things that baby food and diapers could be terrorists. They actually did so. She called and they recorded the phone. Call our forty four zero nine. Forty four zero nine shelton. They did this and it was awesome. She they recorded the phone call. She would department of homeland security telling him. I know they got a lot of diapers diapers is terrorists. Well just tell me. I i need to know because a lot of diapers and this stuff is just starting. It's been going on for won't happen. You know all that watts but it will happen overnight. Getting monday already passed what happens. After the inauguration. They control the elections. What you knew or are you gonna do. Are you gonna do. I don't know if trump's done doing either all. I mean you got days. He's still president. He don't want him to be tried. Try and take him out right now. Dammit pick got passed away premier. We'll see you guys. 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Newsfeed radio network heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertises and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's over new no newscast joey the eleventh twenty twenty one. On thousands of veterans now have additional educational support with the signing of landmark legislation includes major protections for the gi. Bill passed unanimously in congress. House bill seven one zero five. Now let's student. Vets get in state tuition at public universities regardless of residency according to carry warford president of support group veterans education success. She says another important provision is that the department of veterans affairs now will target schools for payment instead of veterans if any conflicts over tuition occur previously before this law. Va was going after students anytime. There was a tuition dispute and it was affecting one out of every four g. i. bill students according to the. Us government accountability office. She says a chosen school closes or doesn't get. Va approval the new law. Means veterans can get their gi bill payments back. And start over at another school. More than seven hundred. Eighty thousand veterans live in virginia nationally. About seventy percent use their gi bill benefits. I'm diane bernard about sixty. Two percent of student. Veterans are first generation students. Cnn reports the potential removal of president. Donald trump from office starts out more popular than any other removal process of a president in recent american history. Cnn took a look across polls conducted since rights. The capital on wednesday shows a clear plurality of americans want trump out of office even as president elect. Joe biden is set to take office. Generally the twentieth an abc news ipsos poll released sunday finds the majority fifty six percent. Say trump should be removed from forty-three percent. Believe he should not meantime. The movement to expand affordable legal services receiving renewed focus that comes after a us supreme court. Justice has made a public endorsement of the idea. Conservative leaning justice neal gorsuch wrote an op. Ed for usa. Today in recent months calling on stage to find creative ways for more americans to get free or affordable legal guidance specially noncriminal cases examples include establishing a will or dealing with small claims issues rich lemay of legal services and north dakota's this kind of advocacy is long overdue attorneys. Go to school for this and quite frankly. Some of the attorneys don't have a trickier out. It's a lot to expect that a person is going to be able to do everything the way the court requires even for people who do qualify for legal aid. Lemay says programs like his don't have a wide range of resources to cover every kind of case lemay suggest people in need of legal advice research any possible assistance options before deciding to represent themselves. This is pms. Although the directive to suspend student loan payments had wave interest is set to expire at the end of this month biden. transition officials have promised that the new administration will extend it more than ten percent of nevada's have student loan debt and more than half of the state's respondents to a recent survey. Don't know when they'll be financially secure enough to start making loan payments again. Another thirty percent say they're not ready until june of this year. Later cody hanania with the group student. Debt crisis says the extension of the pas on payments is critical but so is further action for broad-based debt cancellation for the burden of student. Debt is something that is growing exponentially at people are facing unemployment or reduced hours or extra medical costs during the pandemic more than twenty percent of nevada borrowers who responded reported that their financial wellness was poor or very poor now during the pandemic that number has increased to more than fifty five percent. I'm lily bulky. The public health spotlight remains on covid nineteen but the opioid epidemic. Still is a major priority in ohio. Nearly four thousand overdose deaths are now reported for two thousand twenty but the final number is expected to approach or exceed the 2017 record. A four thousand eight hundred fifty four one strategy to reduce the number is the distribution of narcan lock zone which linda smolarek with harm-reduction ohio says can reduce the deadly effects of heroine or opioids deserves to die because they have used drugs for some reason and a lot of times. There's reasons have to do with mental health or physical health issues or trauma fellow. Ohioans have people who are valuable and specialized we wanna to save. Because of the pandemic harm-reduction ohio started distributing the lock zone kids through the mail with an online request from those who use drugs or concerned friends or family members. Mary sherman reporting and finally eric tikhonov tells us he landowners in south eastern montana or displeased with talent energies decision to challenge a cleanup plan for the coal strip. Coal ash ponds the company which is part owner of the culture at power. Plants says the two hundred eighty five million dollar plan for retired units one and two is grossly expensive. The ponds contain six point. Seven million cubic yards of toxic ash. Clint mcrae a coal strip rancher and member of the grassroots organization northern plains resource council says the coal ash has contaminated. the region's shallow. Aquifers and at talent is trying to portray itself as the victim of a response ability to the state of montana into the public and specifically the adjacent landowners to clean up their mess and the ruling that they were going to challenge. This was very disappointing. But it is serving wealth for the last forty years and it wasn't surprising that they went down that lane. This is my version. Thank you for starting your week with public news. Servicemember enlisted supported oregon radio stations across the nation and online at public service dot. Org it is a look at your weekend weather. From the heartland newsfeed with us into the oval saturday. They will be cloudy skies with scattered flurries during the morning. Hours north wind around ten miles per hour. I in the thirties saturday night. Cloudy skies with light wind low in the low to mid twenty s mostly cloudy skies in store for sunday night win in the morning transitioning to ten miles per hour from the northwest during the afternoon hours. High in the upper twenties to thirties. Expect partly cloudy skies of sunday night night winds forecasted though in the low to mid twenties ali cloudy skies will start off your monday light with high in the low thirties. That's the latest widow. Checkouts more news and weather on our website at halftime newsfeed dot com a few here on declare your independence of me understand. Cock west phoenix out in the desert. We're not getting video streaming and nine and they're very complaining but internet's thing you know somebody that knows a lot about the internet my next guest. Mr paul rosenberg. And he's more focused on security and such I think he might be getting a little bit busier here. Coming paul rosenberg knows a lot about a lot of things. A lifestyle capitalist and a broad range of interests and experiences under his belt create passions include philosophy theology history psychology physics psychology to this diverse interests basis reflected in his extensive report a of published titles including a logical way faring men the words of the founders and production versus plunder not to mention fifty-five engineering construction books which is what is main you know stay was actually writing people understand in nyc us up and you got some philosophy you want to share one of the big things is The ability to be an expert witness in numerous legal cases. You know on tech and stuff. He's sees for nasa military developed and taught nineteen continuing education courses for our state. University's college of engineering is also co-founded. The fiber optic association wrote the first ever standard for the installation of fiber optic cable. So where else is he gonna rockwell. Research go ahead russia today. Paul goes on and on. International man bernie platform and of course freedoms phoenix a spoken out a lot of different events. And so paul rosenberg's one of us. And i go to paul when certainly at the beginning of the year. We're gonna be predicting what's up. And i go to paul when i just wanna feel better. 'cause diem so. He wrote an article about secessions edition revolution. You know the things that we. I read it. And i'm like yeah. These are things we need to talk about now before it gets started. Remember l neil. Smith was always went on. He goes the time to think before the war preferrably for the battles before you get started and not in the heat of it. You don't make good decisions that you don't see everything that's going on. It's time to start making decisions. What decisions we gotta start making paul. Well i really the thing that i've been saying for a while And is still important. Although time is running narrow you'll have to start rebelling at the small things not waiting for some kind of crazy high threshold. We don't want to just sit around all you. that's bad. Oh yeah that's bad. That's bad and then just sit around get so ticked off enough the heredity use weapons. That that's wrong. It's a mistake Things go really crazy that way. Rebellions are always ugly nasty things. They're never pretty. They're the best of them. Kobe at the american revolution had a lot of nasty stuff involved of by the quote unquote good guys. So you know you wanna rebel. Lou things your belts small for the little. You don't rebel big but we gotta start get moving and not wait for some kind of violence threshold. Where after that and then we're going to go nuclear. we don't wanna go nuclear. We want do small with small rebellions and then move higher if we asked too so. I want people just to get active. Do something pick pick your spot boost. Something stop taking government contracts. Drop out of the system a cryptocurrency. You want are you wanna do silver gold and silver and gold used it in commerce. Stack it up on a shelf because it really does do much that we want to use it in daily commerce. That's what displaces dollar. And if you want to kill goal cartel then you have to have a whole economy of gold and silver that has its own pricing structure. So i want people to get active and start doing things of that stat number one to me. Yeah doing doing something. You know it when. I worry about these kinds of things. I do something you know because we're even productive but it's telling me i need to do something do what i don't know usually go buy food you know and and that was one thing that i did since. Oh nine seriously. You know whenever i go on the air go well. There's another fifty pound bag of beans. What else could you do. You're just pissing me off. And i'm going i you know being time. He needs more rice. And then i remember one time. You couldn't buy rice. There's just not too many years ago They ran out of rice. And i'm going well. There's that so. Wait till they get more right to buy rice by fried rice so i went ahead and did that to the point that we had when we moved last may into the bus. We had eleven polly barrels full of supplies and food that we distributed dr children. I go well. We just put it all out on tables in our shopping. Your take your. We're going to keep this for us. But you guys you know take it. There's all for y'all anyway so it was amazing how much we had just by doing a little bit. Every time you went to the grocery store. And i'm it's important to break stasis you don't want wanna be active. The hardest part in the whole thing is to take the first dam step and i don't even care if it isn't an optimal step we don't none of us know what the perfect thing to do is but if you don't do anything you're dot it's it's just you're you're don't you have to do something make a make your best guess and go and then you can correct course later i. What do you think some of the first thing they should do. You know you know. It's like water power booed. I kind of thing. We did We got the kind of water thing you know going on a little bit of storage here. But that's not you know near nothing. You get a new fresh piece of land. The first thing you're doing is water or power. I've been really powered up. You know buying solar panels got all connecting equipment. Got all i mean. More wherever i'm going home. He's to get some power the way it is. You know run some miners. That's one thing a friend. I had minors. He's got two of them running in his house when the sun's up he's got extra solar in the winter here he just he just heating his house with s. Nine miners and making some crypto. I'm going i'm getting a bunch solar. I'm living on low fairy and good plan. Yeah no i you guys here. In arizona i give them. Some miners had the mining room anymore. And it wouldn't make money anyway but They use it to heat their home or to use up all their solar up over the year. get a surplus and then the power company. Just give it back to him for almost nothing. Screw that he my house. Make her recent crypto. So i mean it's not a lot but the the idea that you can sustain yourself off their grid you know. Make a little your own mutton literally make your own money and heat your home and have the power for other stuff you. What's the first thing you know. What should we be prepping for. The first thing is different for everybody. If you're living in in a more rural location you have one set of things kind of like what you're talking about. If you live in a city or suburbs or somewhere you might you might have something else But anytime were abused we should take stumps sort of response even only for for ourselves to defend our own honor arun agency stop turning stop taking government contracts stop repairing machines now stop filling filling up their. Their vehicles stopped making delivery student all your kids from government schools. You know do business off the books you know. These are the things. Never gonna talk about james corbett as just announced. He's not doing his propaganda watch weekly cherries anymore. And we'll be talking This next wednesday. And i'm yeah we're gonna work on it. I'm going to help them our solution. What are we going to do. 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FROM THE SB NATION NFL SHOW: Look Ahead previews Chiefs and Bills

Arrowhead Pride

07:37 min | 7 months ago

FROM THE SB NATION NFL SHOW: Look Ahead previews Chiefs and Bills

"In sports betting dime, DOT COM provides the coverage fans need to bet with confidence every time find the best odds track key trends and make smarter bets on all your favorite sports check it out sports betting dime dot com. The following segment is from the look ahead on the ESPN NATION NFL show we're we're discussing your favorite team subscribe to the SP nation. NFL show to make sure you don't miss conversations like this one no Thursday night football game this week a little different, but we are still going to start the show with that matchup since it was supposed to be chiefs and bills on Thursday night. That's where we're going to go even though they're playing Monday this week Ed. I think how much has your opinion of the bills changed after they got absolutely smashed by Tennessee I'm not sure it's changed a whole lot. I mean I what I start to wonder about is longterm. Is whether or not? The Buffalo Defense is as good as I thought it was in maybe. Are they are they good enough. To make a deep playoff run I thought that defense. With with the Tremaine Edmonds and in some of the other guys that they had I thought that was a really good defense in maybe maybe I overestimated how good they are. But this Games is interesting to me because both of these teams are coming off. Losses. So I'm interested to see to see how that plays out and for the bills Josh Allen had been steamrolling along this season he had been looking fantastic now he didn't play badly on Tuesday night I thought he was okay. But when I see him, I can't help but think that you're always riding the roller coaster with Josh Allen sometimes it's going to be awesome and he's going to be completing passes an accurate you're going to be flying high, but there's going to be other times when he makes stupid bonehead plays where you go down the other side of that. Hill. On the roller coaster and you don't know where the hell you're gonNA end up and I going up against the guy like Patrick Mahomes who basically never has a bad game I mean I I gotta go with Mahomes even though Kansas City looked more for the first time I don't think that's going to happen two weeks in a row neither do I I'm going with the chiefs in this one I? Think you're right I can't see a kid see you know two weeks in a row where we're Kansas City doesn't win I was a little bit surprised at what I saw. With the with chiefs in Raiders the other day. But here's the thing about Kansas City and I'm sure that that if this is the case I'm sure. Andy Reid. Figure it out. But I think there's a little bit of a book that starting to get formed on this Kansas City offense. People are beginning to figure out. that. That blitzing Patrick Mahomes doesn't work and the other thing that doesn't work is rushing him to the point where he gets where you get him out of the pocket. because. He just runs around and he runs around and he runs around and he's got a rocket for an arm and he just runs around. Nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy s Fran Tarkenton. Place. And I think what you're starting to see these teams rush fewer and fewer guys. And just sit back and coverage crowd lanes and play deep safeties so that he can't throw the ball over the top and try to try to make it try to make it tougher on them and and you're not gonNA stop that Kansas City offense entirely. But but I'm starting to wonder if if that's kind of becoming the book is really don't rush the guy just sit and coverage that is exactly how I would attack if I were buffalo, what I would say is we're GONNA go with the Mush Rush, which is something that ballot check has done sometimes against mobile quarterback where you're almost not even rushing to get a sack you he's just Keep him there. Yes. Rushing keep him in one place. and. Then if you can do that and hopefully avoid him getting out on the run, you can avoid maybe some of the chunk plays and on the other side of the ball. If I'm buffalo on offense I WANNA use Josh Allens legs run the ball as much as I can take some time off the clock if I can do it, and if I can hit some chunk plays in my own, all the better I think you have to be aggressive on offense if It's fourth in less than five and you're anywhere close to Midfield I. Think you have to go for it to help keep mahomes off the field I. think you have to be aggressive in keeping mahomes off the field and not aggressive defensively if that makes sense it does and I think I think that's the other part of the book on on playing the chiefs and on playing anyone with a with a powerful offense like that you're not GonNa slow that offense all the time. You have to take every opportunity that you have. Once you get into scoring position, you can't try to play the field position game with these guys because they can go ninety five yards in the blink of an eye. If if you get inside Kansas City territory. And you have an opportunity or you're you're at the fifty yard line in its fourth in one. You go for it. You keep you try to keep the football because it doesn't matter if it's if it's fifty yards or eighty five yards, they can cover that in a blink of an ice you might as well, just go ahead and try to keep the ball and and get some points. I've said it on this podcast. I've said it on many niners nation podcasts because it's one of my biggest criticism Kyle Shanahan. In most cases in almost all cases, field goals are failures. So many times the team that kicks more field goals loses because the other team scores, touchdowns, and this just in seven is more than three. So just I wish coaches would get that through their head. In rare circumstances, a field goal is okay. Most of the time you should be going for it. Who knew that a guy nicknamed stats could do math. I. Promise You. That is knocker even I ask nickname trust. So it's chiefs minus four in this one. Do you still like the chiefs given that spread? I'm GonNa take the chiefs all the way. In this one I'll take the chiefs as well to four point is it makes me a little nervous but I i. think that Mahomes is GonNa come know Mahomes has a little of That like Fu streak in for lack of a better term I, he remembers where he was ranked on the top one hundred countdown and he's always listening to what people are saying and I think coming off a loss I think he's going to be a little extra motivated make sure you don't miss our next conversation by subscribing to the SBA nation NFL show wherever you get your podcasts. 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10/29/2020 - Best of The Herd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

45:53 min | 6 months ago

10/29/2020 - Best of The Herd

"I'm Mandy be former. Turn podcasts and founder of my own subscription box company and I'm wheezy former tech exact turn podcast comedy writer. We're the host of the horrible decisions podcast do laughter education we worked at de-stigmatising kings normalized conversations that taboo SEX DATING RELATIONSHIPS CHECK US out every Monday that's right. Don't forget the search horrible decisions. That's W. H. R. E.. I.. B. L. E. decisions on the iheartradio APP the number one APP for podcast on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. What's up I am machine gun Kelly and look I know Halloween is going to suck this year because there's no trick or treating and all that. But I've got a treat. There's a musical podcast that I made with my friends twenty four K. Golden and Dr Data Dantata. Well, saints. Not. My friend but Tommy Lee is and Tommy Lee is saying but don't just take it from me. Tell Him Satan thanks studer feels great to be playing Satan on this podcast. Listened to Halloween in hell on iheartradio APP apple podcasts or whatever you get your podcasts on. Thanks for listening to the best of heard podcast. Be sure to catch US live every weekday from twelve three eastern nine to noon. Pacific. On Fox. Sports Radio NFS ONE, find your local station for the heard at Fox sports radio DOT COM or stream it live every day on the iheartradio APP by searching heard. Is the best of the herd with Colin cowherd on Fox sports radio. Oh here we go on a Thursday is GonNa be the best show the week I promise this is the her wherever you may be, and however you may be listening Fox sports radio F-, fast one ready to go. It could be my best or worst day ever I had an epiphany about to a last night that I think he's going to lost I don't even want to get into for the next ten minutes I'll get into it in about fifteen minutes. Let's just talk about it right now it was not good something came to me and it freaked me out and I think he's potentially going to be a big boss. All right joy tanner joining. The settlers spring. It does it's a we usually have a whole Halloween spectacular in here, but it is Cova. Tow. Looks Really Nice Guy. You will be wearing a costume tomorrow. Yeah. I'm like half costume IT I. DON'T I don't like to overwhelm you with my insanity. So I I, keep it like moderate. But I will be Halloween, Halloween, is my favorite holiday. So this is this has me in a festive mood so. Yes it should So this just came out. Tom. Brady was named NFC offensive player of the month nobody in the history of the Tampa Bay buccaneers has ever been named offensive player of the month. Folks between New England being bad and Tom Brady. Now, being the best player in football, this is the biggest landslide in the history of divorces she upgraded to a superstar. He now lives with his parents There's never been a divorce like this brady currently his rankings. In football compared to the New England patriots will put a graph up Brady now. In the NFL, passing yards four touchdowns first interceptions. Fewest. Passer rating fourth this is in October just top the league everything and the New England patriots meanwhile are absolute drag last in passing yards last in passing touchdowns most interceptions last in passer rating. Again, it's a landslide divorce. So, I want to start with this. When I suggested. When I suggested this off season this summer. It was amazing to watch the media react. I suggested. Ballot check is going to reboot. Now, YOU'RE NOT GONNA tank in the NFL nobody uses that word. But when I suggested, they're going to be five and eleven four and twelve, and they're gonNA have a top ten pick. It was remarkable to watch the media react and this is what I kept hearing joy as my witness. Ballot check is too competitive to let that. Happen all that's durable. So you've never actually owned a business. Because that's what all Business. Billionaires do they reboot all the time one step back three steps forward. You really think bill is too competitive to reboot for a year. The most competitive guy in the NBA is Steve Kerr. He wants punched Michael Jordan. Steve Kerr is legendary ask officials ask coaches he punched Michael Jordan. Kevin durant leave Steph gets hurt. They tank. Thought Steve. Kerr's to competitive to take a step back now he's too smart not to. The. Boston. Red Sox. You don't think they care about winning mookie Betts CA David price by. The got expensive. They wanted to reboot for a year you don't. You don't think the red. SOX are competitive. Here's what Bill Belichick is. Check is too competitive to be bad like this for seven years. Bill Belichick is too smart not to understand how he's GonNa. Win Again. That's the only to bill belichick is. American companies are full of brilliant men and women CEO's founders that have taken a step back for a year to rebuild the project, the mechanism, the idea. Bella check isn't too competitive to step back for a year. He's too smart not to. There's only one way out of this mess the draft it's not Newton. Sorry. It's not. It's not Jimmy Garopolo first of all, why would San Francisco give up? Garoppolo who's their quarterback in that division? You're gotTA face. Golf. Kinda Marine Russell Wilson. Let's let Jimmy Garoppolo go what DOT AC. The idea the media couldn't get this. So go look at New England schedule it's working out perfectly there are two win team. If you look at the rest of the way, they'll beat the jets both times. That's four wins. Every other game is completely lose -able they're not gonNA, beat Buffalo this weekend are not as good as the Ravens, the cardinals, the chargers, the Texans, the rams, they're not as good as the dolphins right now or the bills again. And they'll be foreign twelve at best five and eleven. Do you know what that gets you in the draft this year? Top five top six. That gets you one of the three quarterbacks. Listen. The. IDEA. I just don't even get the media sometimes like fans by the way. Here's what's interesting when I threw my idea out there the fans all got it. Because a lot of fans are business owners. A lot of you that follow me on twitter a lot of you that listen you've been in business and you know how business works write offs. You have to step back and get rid of a good employed take two steps forward. The audience totally got the idea that it's a reboot year. The media just doesn't get it. Of course, it's a reboot. How do you make sure ensure you get one of the top seven quarterbacks or top three quarterbacks now in this draft, you trade Stefan Gilmore. You'll let guys go at the trading deadline. You don't upgrade you keep selling parts. You let eight guys opt out. That was so unbearable check. Yeah. Spend time with your family. Don't worry about football spend time with your family eight players opted out. It's all part of the plan and it's coming true. It is coming true is if you look at the schedule, if there's how many days till the trading deadline, Tuesday. If they let one more guy walk if they trade one more guy, what are they telling you? Bella check is too smart not to reboot. He's too competitive to WanNa see this for the next seven years and there's only one way out of this Drek. Trevor Lawrence Justin fields or trey lands. It's not getting. Garoppolo it's not gonNA happen and it's not sticking with Cam Newton it ain't working. All right. So this is. I you know I, I will admit. I am from the coast. and. I've lived a coastal life. Okay I in one of those coastal elites. It's nothing against the Mid West but mid Western people are very nice They saved their money, they pay off their house. You know flies land on their head they act like you know it didn't happen. This is sort of a midwestern thing joyous from Pittsburgh which is not mid West, but is closer to it. She'll. She probably has this Midwest Ethos. Only, one vacation a year you buy used cars, it's very midwest. And there is nothing wrong with that although I do acknowledge that I I I would tell you a fly lands on your head. You should knock it off the point being on this is. There's nothing wrong with buying used cars. There is nothing wrong with putting away money. There is nothing wrong living below your means. To WanNa, be a player once in your life. Don't you WANNA take Darlene a Ritz Carlton wants. Spend eight grand at a roulette. Table. What you want be a player once in your life deal was want to go out with the guys and. I spent four dollars on a baked potato and seven dollars on a pork chop in three dollars for. Jonah. Pick up a check. Once be a player like one time. By darlene flowers even if it's not her birthday just because at some lingerie. Don't you WANNA be a player once Green Bay. Be a player. The Green Bay packers have interest. Now in Willfuller I don't know if it'll work. But Green Bay has a history of living below their means and buying a used car. They get lucky at hells quarterback with an Aaron Rodgers and they never really got those guys enough talent. Seattle's upgrading the niners upgrade. Baltimore Upgrades Philadelphia Does the Rams. Do they roll the dice all the time they take their wife to Ritz Carlton they. Barsukov clubs they can't afford. They buy a new sports car occasionally they buy flowers when it's not their wife's birthday. Green Bay go for it. You Butcher the second pick in the draft you needed a ride receiver go get will fuller. But you owe it to Aaron Rodgers, he's thirty seven years old. He's broken his collarbone twice and I'm watching all these other teams, adding pieces and adding Seattle adds a legitimate defensive linemen and Baltimore's at in this and the niners want to add this. Don't be the guy that goes to Vegas and stays three blocks off the strip at Ellis Island. Go stay at Aria. When be a player don't be the guy that counter baked potato and your apple sauce then figures out exactly how much the tip is take the cheese head off just pick up the damn check. Just once in your life. By a sports car I'm not saying you should have sex. I'm not I'm not saying you should do it. When you just had your third kid and you're putting away money for college. But Green Bay can be so mid Western it's paralyzing. You're not gonNA get another Aaron. Rodgers. You'RE NOT GONNA go from farve to Rogers to another legend. It's not happening I guarantee it you know lucky you are to get Aaron after Farve. Lucky the colts where to get luck after Peyton, manning. That doesn't happen. You get John. Elway, and then you're literally twenty-five years searching for it. You get Dan Marino. It's twenty five years searching for New England's figured it out. Brady leaves. Let's get bad fast reboot and get the next. Guy. Go Get will fuller you're you're never gonna get another Aaron Rodgers and Brett Farve. It's over nobody's that lucky you're too good of a franchise to get a top four pick and the sports now. So quarterback driven this is why New England's gotta get up in the top five or six picks with Aaron. You're never going to be that bad. You know Jordan love early reports that's not working. Okay. So all I know is this Tampa Bay is excellent. And then they had a drunk. And now they had a be. They're still adding pieces. They'll try another piece they edit Leonard Fournette didn't have to have Leonard for that. They don't need a be didn't have to have thirty two good tight end. They're adding pieces they're going for it because they know Tom Brady is forty three years old. In Seattle's adding Carlos Dunlop yesterday. Why because Pete Carroll Sixty nine how long is he going to be around in Russell? Wilson's playing the best football of his life. He can't play like this for the next four years. Come on Man I. Know The cheeseheads recall. I know that Packer Jersey makes you feel special just want spy a sports car. You can't afford just just one time go to Vegas and pick up the check. Little lingerie and flowers just because now because it's an anniversary just because. Go Get Willfuller and I don't even know if it's GonNa work but you Aaron, Rodgers, you owe it to yourself. You're butcher the second pick in the draft you owe it to him and you owe it to you to go for it and if a fly lands on your head swatted him away it looks ridiculous. Catch live editions of the heard Weekdays at noon eastern nine am Pacific on Fox sports radio F. s one and the iheartradio APP extremely active brothers and sisters. You already know what is the gangs to The Lane, for organ, pull the way down to Mexico to all my essay brothers and sisters beaver at Asa. 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And because we all have confirmation bias to make the rule, my entire life with polling for president polling was pretty accurate within three or four percent polling Zoe's been accurate. Then, in two thousand sixteen wasn't with trump the silent trump voters but now conservatives tend to think well trump. Pulling no longer accurate. When my whole life it was accurate. Why? Because Twenty, sixteen? Would it suddenly you can't trust any polling. We do polling at Fox all the time it always ends up being accurate. Companies all over the country do polling constantly it's accurate. But because in two thousand sixteen wasn't accurate everybody now conservative like well, we can't trust polling. It Fox, I use it in some of my personal businesses. I. Use it at Fox I use it at Premiere. Radio. Polling Zola's work. We can't take an outlier and say, this is no roll. That's the basis of where I come from. It's not a political football. So, two things have been true. In my life of quarterbacks first of all, don't listen anybody size matters of the best quarterbacks of all time. Twenty eight are big men over six two and a half. I'm six two I am taller than almost everybody I walk around at Fox that's big. The average great quarterback. is like six two and a half up Payton Tom Ben. AK- ever stood next to troy aikman big chest big hands big shoulder but. He's Big Guy. So that's a fact. But because Russell Wilson dances around were like well, that's a future. No, it's not the future. He's unbelievable and because Cuyler Murray is also unbelievable and Fran Tarkenton was unbelievable. You don't remember him I do because I'm older he played at Georgia than the Vikings he was the first run around small quarterback. Three small quarterbacks. You could argue Michael Vick not at that level, but close have worked. And they're all run around guys, you can't catch or you couldn't Fran Tarkenton ran circles around people for ten years. I watched I was just a kid. I didn't have facial hair then. And then Russell doesn't Tyler Michael Vick did. Tour is small. And isn't really that athletic. So. He has to be like 2016 polling he has to be a historic exception. Can he be drew brees? Good God that's asking lot. Drew brees is the outlier in the history of football. Small doesn't have a huge arm doesn't run around and wins. That's the only prototype I. Get a US. That's it. I can't take two, thousand, sixteen polling say that is the new rule polling never as accurate course it's accurate. Trump was a unique businessman ran for president. He was out there lot of bragging and people didn't want to admit they liked him but I can't say that polling. On Company, there's a lot of polling beyond political polling. That's US every day by Amazon and Microsoft. They're doing polling constantly what product we alight what product one July it's all pretty accurate. This idea that size doesn't matter is nonsense. It doesn't go to the forty quarterbacks. They're almost all big and when you do get the like five eleven and a half Guy Fran Tarkenton Russell Wilson can't you can't catch them like comets. You know nobody can catch Russell Wilson and then Keiler Murray you look out and you're like Oh. That's going to work in the NFL come on you can't even. Kind of Murray does he's Like a marble on A. Wood floor he. Cat couldn't catch him. To has got all the small but none of the wiggle. So He's GONNA struggle to see over offensive lines and unlike a Kylie or Fran Tarkenton or Russell Wilson who move around a lot. And therefore, open up passing lanes they can see Russel Wilson Cuyler Murray they throw interceptions and we all acknowledge analysts acknowledged that couldn't see over the offensive Lineman With the wiggle show me the success stories. One drew brees. And I told you you were here. I, do think comp. Leadership plus toughness a plus smart eight plus a big game productivity plus. But. I had this epiphany I'm like what am I? I'm watching all these comments on polling and I'm like suddenly polling never accurate. That's silly. That's not true. Pulling accurate all the time ninety percent of the time it's accurate. and. This, idea that short no wiggle is going to dominate in the NFL I'm like. Who are the two quarterback? Let me ask you this. Let me ask you this. So think about borough. And just in Herbert they're both way better than we thought right like borough borough is good most that was good but burl and Herbert. Colbert Beg with a big arm and we're all I can't believe. He's good. We were stupid. He's a four points student with a rocket arm who's begging runs around. So he's got the arm to a dozen. He's got the size to a dozen and he's got the wiggle to a dozen. That's why he's successful because he can buy time he runs around got a huge arm you can hit him he's got huge size no injury history. He's got all the things that doesn't and it's working big time in the NFL Joe Borough doesn't have a huge arm, but he's got all sorts of wiggle. He's got all sorts of wiggle and he's got size. Many that. Seat sometimes it would be perfect right if you're creating companies if you're Jeff Bezos, if you're mark Cuban. All these guys have had a piff unease, but they never come when you want them to. That's why you get all the information you can get before a draft. You hope you get the epiphany before the draft but sometimes and I've talked bill. Polian Hall of fame. GM's are like I had an epiphany. It was in Camp I'm like, of course, it did word of course he doesn't work. Just like all these great business leaders, Bill Gates has had failures Steve. Jobs had failures Jeff Bezos they don't not all their businesses work because they get the epitome. After the deadline and the deadlines, the draft and the NFL bats deadline the draft you gotta you gotTa have your piffle before the draft. That I'm driving this morning I'm like. Wait a minute this could be terrible. This could not work at all. This is why you have to play to now. You have to find out. You have to find out put him out there eight Games let's watch and I hope I'm wrong. And maybe I am wrong. But I'm sitting there this morning thinking, Oh, you yoy did I with on this? I had my pin. It's too late I. already bragged about him for six months. Be Sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern nine. Am Pacific Time for Greg Cosell who changes all by the way he's in, he's in the film study business. So you don't think Greg. cosell changes his mind when he sees tape and goes okay. This guy does this better than he did last year that's the whole world we live in tape players get better players erodes on Gilmour's not as good a corner now as two years ago why? Because the film says he gets beat on the deep ball Greg cosell now joining US forty one years NFL. Films. Speaking of change we get on kind of a rant here. You have to update and evolve and adapt in life get new information you get new tape so I am still Lamar Jackson Fan but it does appear you know we got more film we got more tape Tennessee, beats him. He's not quite as dynamic. Is it? Is it. What opponents are doing? Is it what Baltimore is doing? You tell me I think it's both I think what we've seen particularly in their last two games against Cincinnati and against Philadelphia is Cincinnati took a really define tactic of loading the box. Literally putting nine players really stacked inside and what they're doing there is they're saying you're not gonNA run the ball on us. We're daring you to throw the ball and you're going to throw the ball to the perimeter outside the Eagles did the same kind of thing differently. But that's what teams have done the last number of weeks but now it's Up to the Ravens to say you know what if you're going to play that way? We will have to throw the ball to the perimeter. So now it's going to be up to the Ravens and Lamar Jackson and their receivers in particular to really become a factor in a different way because this whole offense has been built on. Lamar Jackson as a runner, not as a ball distributor, the ball distribution and the passing numbers are a function of the offense built with him as a runner. So now they may have to. Adjust I. DON'T WANT to say change but they may have to adjust and tweak and say you know what we're going to have to be a little more proactive throwing the football. Okay. So now I have seen the kind of the opposite with Cuyler Murray into the League and now this year I'm like, Oh, I I see improvement I see now again, is it what the staff is doing is he more comfortable cuyler today looks a little more comfortable than a year ago. He looks better frankly than a year ago is it is it the Andre Hopkins what is Well, it's. It's an interesting point because again, two weeks ago on Monday night football he did not throw the ball well at all versus the cowboys even though they won big. This past week against Seattle he threw the ball very well I think he's an excellent thrower and I don't view is throwing is an issue the main thing with him as you want to make sure that he can be as clean in the pocket as he can be against Seattle he was hardly pressure because one of the issues he had as a rookie year ago is there was too much pressure and because he's so small, he overreacts to pressure because he's just small and he would throw too many balls falling away with poor balance. Now, he's pretty good at. That, he's probably had to learn to develop that Colin, but he's he's pretty special terms talent, and then you add in the running element both scrambling second reaction and the design runs which caused a lot of problems for defenses. So he has a chance to be a really good player. So I was saying there's a lot of elements to Seattle that I think super bowl worthy but their defensive line is so poor that it undermines the back into their defense I like Carlos Dunlap what in your opinion is he a special enough player to solve their defensive issues upfront He's better than what they have. So obviously I guess I guess he's not playing this week but he'll play starting the following week and he'll play a lot of snaps. He's always been kind of freakishly athletic. He's built like a basketball player people never reviewed him as great great because he didn't have seventeen eighteen sacks, but he he can make special pass rushes. He's he's along is Agile Times you gumby like he has strain. So he's I think he's a good player and he will clearly improve that defensive front because they'd put no pressure on the quarterback. You know I'm GonNa ask you about a quarterback I haven't asked a lot this a franchise animals never talked about. So before the season two people I trust were selling me hard on Detroit hard troy and I'm like I don't like the coach I don't love the ownership and I'm hot and cold on Stafford who has a great arm, but I just feel like it doesn't win the game. So my friends were calling me they're like Oh that. That that win against Atlanta that Stafford what is the tape say on Matt Stafford at this point in his career well I'm GonNa tell you this call because I was home this summer as many of us were I did a deep dive on a lot of quarterbacks I've obviously watched Stafford. His whole career I think I watched three hundred fifty snaps in a row at one or two day period of Matthew Stafford he's a pretty special player. He's been on bad teams. He's won a lot of games in his career in the fourth quarter and a lot of people look at. That thing that's the measure of a really good quarterback. He's done that a lot. He has always been a special thrower going back to his days of Georgia and I think that he's a really good player. Now, their defense over the last number of years has been awful and are they really have not had a run game. So you're really asking Matthew Stafford to carry this team every week and I think it's very hard for any player I mean a if we're talking about the all time greats yet maybe there are a few of those guys, but it's very hard. To ask any quarterback or have any team, go into a game every week and say to your quarterback if you don't play great great football, we really don't have a chance to win now Jimmy Garoppolo I don't think is as special talent, but I again take Miami game out I I in his goodest Kyle Shanahan is I've seen his record without Garoppolo I've always felt he's better than all scouts say the Internet says I. Don't think he's a top five quarterback. But when you look at him now as is foot gets healthier. What are you see going forward what he last week? Well, you know it's funny. You mentioned you put it. You know in a list category analyst Guy. So when you say top five Jimmy Garoppolo is an extremely efficient player in a highly well schemed. And we've discussed this numerous times. That's the job of coach. The of a coach is to create a passing game with your route concepts. You route combinations, your design to define the reads and the throws for the quarterback. So the ball can come out on time and he can be comfortable playing the position. Now, that's not going to happen on one hundred percent of drawbacks but you. Try to do that as often as possible. Now, you do get to third long but even when I watched Garoppolo this summer and watched a ton of them, Kyle Shanahan does a really good job in those situations as well. So Jimmy Garoppolo is a good throw the football. He's not truly mobile on ethnic in the sense that he's a big time second reaction player he certainly can. Do Design rollouts, but he's an efficient quarterback in a really well, scheme system. So I had an epiphany last night it was terrible. So I have loved to of the whole time and then Joyce laughing at me as I say this. So I had an epiphany last night and I thought to myself people say size doesn't matter in the NFL that's nonsense because the thirty best quarterbacks. That have ever played twenty eight or over six one and a half six two. So size has something to do with it seeing over the line. Secondly, if you take the small quarterbacks that have worked in this League Fran Tarkenton Russell, Wilson Their Michael Vick they're incredibly absurdly mobile he is not absurdly mobile. Here you go. Reserves are located so that that's my point there is one great. In League history that is not overly mobile or big, it's breeze. So in order to save and says he is. So in order for it to work the Keyhole, he has to fit into his can he be drew brees and I sat there this morning and I thought, Herbert, the reason Herbert so good is he's big. He's going big arm he can run and I'm like yet to is not big doesn't have a huge army doesn't move I. had this epiphany he's not gonNa work there. Now it's funny. You say that and and I'm glad that that Nick Sabin agrees with me or I agree with. Her He probably knows a little more football than I do but when I Evaluated coming out in the draft I said that for him to be a high level NFL quarterback, he would have to play like drew brees. So I felt that from studying his tape, he's not Russell Wilson. He's a rhythmic player. He's very quick on his feet on his drop. He sets up he delivers the football he transfers his way he's very. Accurate. In the short intermediate areas, he's not truly a second reaction player. He's not immobile just like drew brees in his prime was not immobile drew brees was a good athlete but not an athlete in the way that Russell Wilson is or certainly cuyler. Murray. So I think to me to to be great would have to play the position. LEICA. Drew brees. freaking out, go watch the GM nick and I agree on now. So last week everybody went crazy with Baker Mayfield and I said time out the fact that Joe Borough got hit like twelve times has battle line had no running game. The fact that Baker had to overcome him several times I thought borough. When you consider what he has around him I'm blown away by Joe I was blown away with them this weekend. What's the tape say? They run a very specific kind of offense. They play a lot with three wide receivers over eighty percent of his past drops of come with three wide receivers on the field. They play out of empty sets more than any team in the league, an empty more often than not help an offensive line because when you're an empty sets, you're doing a very rhythmic passing game boroughs really good at that is very rhythmic. He has a very good feel for what he sees both pre snap and post snap. So the ball. Comes out. The problem is you get into situations where you need deeper drops down in this old line does struggle in pass protection, but burrow has been very efficient. There's a refinement to his game that you don't normally see with a rookie quarterback and finally Before we get to the big play I had Justin Herbert on this week and you know join I because I. I'm from the Pacific northwest. So I watched the Oregon Duck Games and I walked and I, watch and you and I talk about this stuff. I was not a big Fan of Jacob at Washington you and I've talked about this but I kept saying to Herbert I said to people I knew I was like okay is a four points student big huge arm. And he's mobile and I watched the Rose Bowl and I'm like I don't really understand I. Don't I don't get what people don't like I didn't think he was going to be this good this fast but I thought we were nit picking this poor kid. So when you look at when you look at just Justin Herbert of the chargers. Is he better than you thought. Well can I ask you a question? Yes, you and I have quarterbacks over the years. WHO's more talented? Just. In Herbert or Trevor Lauren's. Okay. So this at the Rose Bowl I said, joy was here I said, joy he looks like a thicker. Trevor Lawrence that's what I told her. I said this is Trevor Lawrence but he's thick his legs. He's thicker. I don't know I thought driver Tony we're being told and I'm not knocking anybody 'cause Trevor Lawrence obviously has high high level traits as by the way does just an herber but we're being told that Lawrence's generational and people are acting like Herbert shouldn't even have been a top ten pick and that boy you know this guy is just not very good. Now again, I'm sure a lot of people and I. Had some concerns with Justin Herbert coming out based on his college tapes study but there's no question. He's a high level talent. He's a big arm kid you hit it on the head. We don't need to repeat that but this kid is really really talented and there's a poised to his game that really shows up when you watch him play. So you have the big play of the week is with him. Yeah you know this was an interesting to me I mean there's so many places you could take with them and we can run it right now this was a scene ball touchdown that he hit last week that Donald Parr who's about a six, seven, six, eight in and what was really interesting to me about this play is dance three tight ends on the field they had hunter Henry They Parham. Right there, and then they have virgil green who was split and this caused problems for the Jaguars defense and how they wanted match up. It looked like they were playing cover one with a single deep safety in might have been three match but the point is they got parham running the seem and because they had three tight ends on the field, what happened is they got him matched against Schober? A linebacker who was running with him now Justin Herbert he trusts that Porn GonNa win and he has to control the deep safety simp- not really hard. Stop there. Make sure that that deep safety stays in the middle of the field. But what I loved was the timing and anticipation of this throw and the ball placement I mean he made this look so easy and it was the anticipation that. Was So critical and with Herbert there's so many plays. In fact, I didn't think colony had his best game of the year by any means even though they put up thirty nine points against the Jaguars, but he's so capable of special throws in the movement. You know he's he's a very loose and easy mover when he runs either by design or leaves the pocket good stuff Greg Cosell. That's exciting. La We got Goffin. Herbert. It matters when you're in a city, you gotta get the quarterback right and we're in L. A. and we got two guys that can play in this this Herbert kid is I mean just you don't have to be an expert you watch and you're like, okay, that's what a big I. mean he not everything four point allergy everything just right there. Greg Cosell. Great you. Thanks appreciate. 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Saturdays to spread around some of last year's grizzly offerings listened to the stuff to blow your mind podcast on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever Bichir podcasts. People have an effect on other people. We know this to be true. You could ask any child psychologist. What I'm about to say is not really disputable or arguable is that little kids affect each other let's say you have two daughters. One daughter is really cute and the other daughter is not quite as cute and the girl that is cute gets all the attention and it will affect overwhelming the the other girl that doesn't get attention throughout the course of her life. If you have two sons, three sons, one is reckless and a little bit of a bully, the other kids watching how that got him in trouble can eventually be. Prone to being much more safe because they have watched their brothers and sisters ask any parent you have four kids they're all different. They have the Middle Child Syndrome. We call it the old child syndrome, the youngest child syndrome middle, child syndrome people around each other change behaviors for lifetime we also know in psychology. There's a phenomenon called the super saver phenomenon meaning of two people got married. You'd never been with each other your whole life and at thirty years old, you get married to somebody and you're both savers you put your money away. You're all you're almost like obsessed with saving money, and if two people get money get married, that are like that one will become the super saver and the other one will start spending money, which will create conflict because. Somebody will go they'll they'll compete against each other to be savers, and at some point, one will be the super saver and the other one's like, okay enough already, I'm GonNa go buy a rolex. The point being we do affect each other. You know they say pet start looking like their owners we affect each other. So Odell Beckham leaving the browns are better I said that seeing for two years there'd better without him. Now that's Baker Mayfield. So that's insensitive. How can you say that I've been saying that for two years regardless of the injury but Kevin Stansky despite obvious data. Says He's just can't be true. Not. Smart enough to. Make an argument for that Jay I'll just tell you. I'd much rather have thirteen on the field that's available to us. He's not. So we'll make sure we have a plan to make to make sure we can move the ball anyway ten. Okay. Kevin you're a lot smarter than that. You went to an Ivy League school penn graduated and played football don't play dumb. Now you know the game it's the Patrick Ewing. Theory by Bill Simmons, that Patrick Ewing as he got for the Knicks was surrounded by very good players, but the organization was so fixated on Ewing when he got hurt and the other guys could rise actually went to the finals. It's why a rod was the Seattle Mariners Best Player. Hit Three. Eighteen forty jacks went to Texas. He was their best player but Seattle got better when he left. I'll get to that in a second bryce Harper nationals, best player or second best player. Leaves. Good Franchise Window World Series. How's it possible to be better without a ride in Seattle? They were Major League Baseball winning record. You cannot be better without Bryce Harper Patrick Ewing. Yes you can. This is like child psychology. This is the people react off people because superstars stars even when fading get an inordinate amount of hype. And attention, it can create jealousy in the locker room it can suffocate other personalities they're not allowed to blossom. Also, professional athletes watching a rod in Seattle getting all the attention a-rod leaves and all those players are like we want to prove. We can. We're pretty good without a this baby and all about Iraq and they have career years, Bryce Harper. Lee's. Good riddance, we can win without him less stress because Bryce Harper's no longer around. So nobody picks the nationals to win the world series. Nobody picked the mariners to be any good. Oh, Ewing's gone. The Knicks will be no good. Is that the reality is that we all react off each other you work with somebody long enough. You kind of know when they're in a bad mood when they're in a great mood when to put your arm around him when to give him space. Oh, bj leaving. is going to allow Baker Mayfield the sprinkle the ball around like Oklahoma. When he's at his best, there is no disputing that Baker Mayfield comes into the league a year later Oh Bj a superstar comes into his lap. This is not a criticism of bj to reality the superstar he's good looking. He's got flurries though one-handed catch he's got brand has got Bentley's got this and that and Baker feels a need to get him the ball wouldn't you? Be One thing if it's brady or Aaron Rodgers or Russell Wilson talked to the hand I'll get it to you when I want to get it to you because I'm a star to. This is not a knock on OB. J It's a reality of who he is a generational gifted wide receiver who comes with a personality, a brand new expectation, a flare drama. Kevin Stefanski knows this Cleveland's going to be better. LBJ is going to be fine. It's not insensitive. He's going to have a career. He's already rich. He's a good kid. He was always a good soldier in Cleveland but the idea that you can't get better when you lose a Rod. Bryce Harper or Patrick Ewing is utter nonsense. It's why the daughters and sons and Co workers couples. You know, my my wife's an artist she's more emotional. When she's in one of her moods I just know how to react at this point my career back off, I help here her emotions change how I act all the time. My expectations change my habits changed my movements, change my words, change my my. 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More eighths is half an inch to got well, listen, he has an as five ten in eighth and Russell at five ten and five eight. So I go four eighths there. Now, I'm not a math major. But that's just the way I did it. But anyway, Russell Wilson was three pounds a lighter than Kyle Murray. And here's the big news. Kyle Mary big hands. Big big hair Azad mean, I don't know. A lot of what you said is surprising because he doesn't care. I thought Russell Wilson was way heavier than Kyla Murray. The way that he carries his weight is very interesting. Have you seen the most recent picture of Russell Wilson? No. I don't think he's in a sneaker store or something with CR any looks fat. Sierra the fine. He looks at the R N in the last when you say it with a Hispanic. We're on a fight set in. I williams. I just always engine. Russell Wilson wearing flak jacket. You guys haven't seen this picture. It looks like Russell Wilson is fat. Because the the only reason I've seen the pictures because people have sent it to me saying, Dan, this looks like you and you never want your quarterback. He's just got a beard, and he looks like he's wearing a blouse shirt. Well, I googled Russell Wilson fat while I didn't see that photo. I did notice an article from two thousand seventeen that says Russell Wilson is trying new forty eight hundred calorie diet having nine meals a day. Wow. He says that he dropped his body fat by six percent with this nine meal a day, forty eight hundred calorie diet and his life expectancy like six years a lot. I read an Esquire article that said every extra pint of beer is taking fifteen minutes off your life through bad the entire time. I was reading it. I was like what's the extra? Pint is it the third is it the first. I have no idea. But that's a fascinating question. I'm a little concerned now because I am reading the Cuyler Murray's hand size is nine and a quarter inch. Russell Wilson's was ten and a quarter inch. I thought you said they were electric measurements and sizes nine and a half. I've got nine and a half. Where'd you get nine hundred quarter? I got it from Chuck nine and a quarter hand size. I've got it from Chuck that it's nine and a half. I'm looking I take nine and a half. I owe money I've got nine and four eight. I owe a lot of money much for reading the internet nine and a half dollars. I want you to the half dollars. I want you guys to Baker Mayfield. By the way, Chuck's at me. You got bigger is nine and a half the nine and a quarter nine and a half nine in the question weights. True true. True. Got it. Right. No, you don't get your money. Money. He got it right with aces. Also the same as one fourth. It is. You know, Mike how Stu gods is this. He comes in measurement day points of finger at me has no accurate information. None. Me. He wants he wants to talk about measurements. Kyla murray? If he succeeds in the NFL will be unlike anyone to ever succeed at that position in the NFL. He is tiny. Yeah. We keep moving the bar though. Because Russell Wilson was on like anybody. Then bigger Mayfield was unlike anybody now kind of Murray, but certainly unlike anybody but two inches shorter than Baker Mayfield. Yeah. Yeah. He looks really small when he's playing. Well, that's what I'm saying. He looks you watch him run around back there. They break the huddle on it's like ten football players in child. He looks like a kid. That's why I'm surprised by the way because it doesn't look like he has that sort of weight distribution. Must've packed on some pounds before the the combine would be my best guess, but listen he's got the same size like all the same measurable as as Russell Wilson. That's it. Right. All you need to know. You don't worry about Baker Mayfield. I know. But Russell Wilson was not drafted very high specifically because of those measurements. And now we've had to change literally changed the rules of the sport to protect guys like this and make them come over from baseball to football and be able to play at that size. What was what was Fran tarkenton as he was a Minnesota Viking. Thank you, Mike. I appreciate their to win one. Okay. Wow. Look at that doesn't have much information. But he's got a whole file of those right there. Couldn't couldn't win. The big one is. Are. It's all I got on them. God's will you please stop? Will you please stop being Stu gods for a second? Because you've come in, and you pooped all over the segment measurement day. You haven't gotten anything. Right. Can you just slow down on the stugatz? Just two little. Yes. So I could get the show off the ground. You know, what it was an impressive athletic achievement. Baker Mayfield actually measured taller at the combine. Then he didn't the senior bowl. So we got the film broke it down and challenge himself to be better any group. Fran tarkenton was six feet tall. He was it. Looks like two hundred pounds here known as the scrambler. Or tarp? As you prefer. I like the scrambler really. Shameful emission? I thought his name was Frank tarkenton till I was about twenty eight years old. I put on the poll. Guillermo, did you think? Fran Tarkenton's name was Frank. At lebatardshow. What happened? Why did you Lord Chris Cody into your your broad guy? He doesn't even know what happened. If it's a Frank two, totally different guy. There's a lot of neuroscience at just figured that out for the first time, I'm not going I'm going to pronounce this a certain way. But how do you think you spell his last name? Go ahead, and cer k. Mike. How do you think you spell it? Because I want to see if you've been mispronouncing his last name your entire life to. Okay. So I think his name is Fran Torkington. Go ahead and spell it. But I don't think there's an I g. But I'm pronouncing it. Jimmy pronouncing, both as I and is labouring marking. Usually that something that only happens to us with Janas Tacoma where we spelled and pronounced both names wrong. L? Let me tell you something. Frank tarkenton would've won Super Bowl. Put that on the GM seems to agree with it would Frank tarkenton have clearly won the Super Bowl for the Vikings. That's something. My dad would say your your dad would say like, I mean, I don't know. What's the bigger mistake? Put this on the poll calling Oscar Robertson. Oscar Robinson the way that's Stu gods. Does calling Fran Torkington Frank Frank Tarquin ton. I see where collar Murray puts all this hides all this weight. Dude got James Harrison five caboose. She's got the whole baseball bond a whole undercarriage the whole undercarriages thick with to seize. There's nothing small about your business. Your passion, your hours your reputation. It's all cued your partnerships even bigger with Dell. Small business technology advisers. You'll get the tech. Advice and one on one partnership to help your business grow because with reliable Dell PC's with Intel core processors, you can focus on what matters most getting business done. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with an advisor today. That's eight seven seven by Dell. Donlevatar? Oscar Robinson had forty one triple doubles back at sixty one sixty to forty once do God's it's Robertson, but they go. Okay. But these live at our show with his two guys on ESPN radio. Guillermo, put it on the poll, please. Can you pass up? A steak fried you pass up a steak fry. There was a raging argument going on during the break. We will get back to the scouting combine. And God's getting all the measurements wrong in the second. This is Mel kiper. I scouting combine according to Adam Schefter mall. Capper has never been allowed in the building with the real media. The because he's carved out an entire industry that very few people. It's like him in Florida. There've been very few who have created an entire industry out of a thing. That's not journalism. That's just measuring Deutz. Very few people have been able to create that Kuyper has. But before we get to that. There was a huge argument involving ROY was saying you can't have a wedge wedges or no good. They have too much potato ROY was complaining. So what is the best cut of fried? Did you guys come to a consensus or determination of of some sort because it's clearly the waffle fries, isn't it? No. This is an argument. Just yet. We're having a polite discourse. Okay. Most people I think if there's anything close to a consensus like your traditional normal cut, fry the one that you would see it. I don't know. We'll McDonald's or something like that. We also all agree that we like in a wreck fry. However, there is a name for what is conventionally thought of as the perfect McDonald's fry, and that's a loom stirred. This was part of a nineteen nineties marketing campaign where they try to make loom sir part of the American lexicon. Which was the long fry that would have a little flop to it. So you would have a little bit of crunch, but it would sort of melt in your mouth the steak fries. Overrated, you go regional you. Go curly. You've been go wedge you go crinkled yet. Let's stay fry Latin way too much potato and I love a good steak fry especially a little bit well done nice surface area. I like steak fries my second favorite front. Yeah. Please. Don't take offense at you are such a pig headed American the steak fry. Perfectly with fish. You could put a little malt vinegar under steak fry yet. A little catch up on the side to get the sweet and the tart it's perfect for you that with any fri- the curly fry is the sneaky winner here. I think gear do you have an opinion of one of any sort the the one that you can dip in baby food. I don't do that with fries, Dan. That's stupid. I like regular fries. Botha? Oh, curly fries. Are good. I like season fries. Even though we're not talking about flavor fries but a season fries. Good fry and a season. Curly fries. A good fry and the fry sometimes it didn't actually melt that they're like molded together. And it's like a thick fry not too much girth on a Friday. You don't wanna fat fry? But if you have to fries at are stuck together that are season. It's like a bonus fry what Billy does that. He's inspired me to start doing it again as he puts fries on on his Sammy's. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I call sandwiches. You have to do that. Sometimes you even do it with Lay's potato chips up IVA potato chips on a tuna sandwich. It is because. Because it's just it's a dead fish literally in your mouth, you run some sort of crunch. I started putting velveeta MAC and cheese on my burger instead of cheese cheese. Yeah. I make it a cheeseburger with velveeta MAC and cheese. Wow. Wow. Good idea. I'll put it on the poll plays a person who refers to sandwiches as Sammy's jackass or irredeemable jackass. Thank you. I'm not gonna vote on that will really you're gonna sit it out a big cut. Boycott from all four eight silver here, we agree that you feel like you've won the lottery when you go to Burger King and they accidentally put an onion ringing your that on purpose. They do because I'd like, oh, I should have gotten the onion rings. So then what I do is. I get both small thri. Yes. One fry in the onion rings, there's always one onion ring in. Yeah. Right. They hope the tempt you, right? If you're going to the drive through like, hey, you try the onion rings. Oh, look nice little onion ring and your little surprise. And they hope you come back around for a little order of onion rows. That's why they do it. Nothing better. What's your favorite unconventional sauce Dipa fry into because I obviously we know that ketchup is king when it comes to dipping fries. Now. I don't agree with it. But personally, if I go to McDonalds, I like to sink a few sweet and sour sauces because I actually like the taste of the McDonald's probably paired with the sweet and sour there. This is no surprise. But I sometimes go straight male. Oh god. Really? You just suck it out a packet. So that too, but the fry get the fries sometimes too. Doesn't have a name in Amsterdam. Isn't that? A Dutch delicacy should be. I know in Europe. That's the preferred condiment for fries mayonnaise. How do you feel about? Honey, mustard and barbecue sauce as. Baby Ray's barbecue sauce. I prefer that over ketchup. We honest with you. We're just talking. We're just talking during notes. Chick-fil-a sauces. Might be the best songs. You wanna kick something up next level? I don't know what's available at your local grocery mart. Okay. But you put Goya's south zone complex on your French fries next level sewn late. This is galaxy brain types out that is if you're not familiar with Spanish that is a complete sauce the two best sauces in fast food Polynesian from chick Chick-fil-A and garlic salon show from traffic naturally you get the waffle. With you pair it with Polynesian sauce from Chick-fil-A? I'm all in with those two sauces beat me. How is it possible? That Mel kiper has never been to a scouting. Combine before apparently wasn't allowed in the building. I don't know if there was some sort of grudge if you set the wrong thing, but this is the first time he's been allowed in the building. According to manage all my God, he has a basement where he has seventy TV's, and he sees every inch of that. Combine he's never physically been there. But he sees things. Trust me. What do you wanna talk to about this Schefter for reporting that this was Kuypers? I combine or Kuyper for being I combine I think hyper for being. It was not sure Mel kiper wants to talk to me. Certainly not today. No luck going on well mentioning the lot going on here in Miami this season. Okay. This has been the farewell tour Draymond green once famously said to Paul Pierce through trash talk. They don't love you like Kobe. You're not Kobe. But yesterday after the game he was saying how amazing it is to see that. Dwayne Wade is still playing well at this age that he's not embarrassing himself. He's not out there like Dirk Nowitzki running around. Everybody wants him to retire. Doc Rivers is stopping games to get him to retire. Adam silver's ripping him during the all star game. It's not it is I did not think Dwayne Wade's game would age. Well, because I thought that kamikaze style like with Russell Westbrook's. That's when it loses its athleticism you've seen. Russell Westbrook is a horrific three point shooter by volume and that went as he as he physically deteriorates because he can't have his prime forever. I don't think that the Russell Westbrook game is going to age very well. But Wade is still out there not embarrassing himself and this entire Miami Heat season. Even though they're six games under five hundred is about getting Dwayne his moments filling that arena with people celebrating and saying goodbye to Dwayne Wade on of the five best shooting guards ever three best one of the three best easily easily easily one of the five best in my mind. Easily one of the three best. But there's a Lakers fans will argue I don't know Jerry West and Koby Bryant he had that moment last night. I mean, I don't know if they can get any better for twain, wait this season. In his final season. That was a great to be that team at home in front of his fans and his city with that ridiculously bad shot. I mean that was that was a moment that was a moment. But you're right for most of the game. He was great right up until about last shot. And then he was but it went in. I mean, he was pretty great at the end to God's. He was that was the last shot. He was great, man. Wade has been weighed has been making shots like that the entire time. Ridiculous shots that shouldn't go in. There's probably an element of luck there. But he had the poise although Billy calls it panic to top of the key. It was a terrible possession. The Miami Heat are limited and constipated offensively. And at the end of games when things get tight and Golden State had come back from down twenty and Igwe dollars in the game. And they're just knocking the ball away from everybody DEA plump theon waiters is running around out there thinking of thinking about what he could get at the chocolate fountain at golden corral after the game. And he passes it off to Duane. Wade who bottles the ball. And look there were two defenders on it seemed I don't know how this happened. Mike can someone explain this to me the Miami Heat had the basketball and every time someone got the basketball? They were double teams. So I'm pretty sure there were ten warriors on the court. We're at the end we're actually showing if you're watching on ESPN news or showing the possession over and over again. Yeah. There two defenders going out waiters waiters gets a pass. And there were two other defenders on weight who's just like five feet away from Dion waiters. How did they have eight people on the Corning sure I saw monta Ellis running around out there. I was confused like I just wave upon wave of warriors it with me. I got time to bleed. Tim Hardaway ran out on the court Butuan free. Tim Kirk is gonna join us here. Next people always like that segment. Bill Simmons going to be eleven o'clock to tell us where Wade ranked all-time shooting guards. He wrote the book on basketball. No, literally, you wrote the book on basketball, casper people and sees loss again last night. Rounding the Celtics drowning a little bit donlevatar limited faked Tim Kirk, and what are the royals have to do to make the playoffs to gods. And the royals are really good. DCC's live at our show with stugatz on ESPN radio. So we've got some baseball questions for Tim coaching, and you can call in and just ask him whatever you like because we just generally miss him. And we want to pick up with him during the offseason or spring train training or whatever it is. We can. So if you wanna talk to Tim Kirch in seventy six four five six four eight three seven is the telephone number. I guess I'll start here with the Bryce Harper thing. How much does everyone in that sport hate Scott Boris, and he's going to win again in the end of this. I think Scott Boris is going to win again. And this is the most perplexing process. I think I've been through in a long time. I don't need any sympathy. Damn. But my goal is to see all thirty teams in spring training. And I'm not going to make it this year because I've been with the Phillies are way too many days. Just in case Bryce Harper goes there, we've got people all over the place. Just in case, I think this is the bottom line. I think the Phillies have the biggest offer out there. But I'm not sure I know the dodgers and the giants are interested. But we're not it's not clear if they're interested for five years or for ten years. That's the tricky part. But and I don't know when this is gonna get done either. But we're at like one hundred twenty days, and we don't know a whole lot more now as far as definitive backs go that we knew almost four months ago, Tim how do we arrive at this place where month? Before the season. One of the game's biggest stars has yet to be signed. It's crazy. It it's crazy, and it's confusing. Of course, there's been a change in the free agent process. And everyone needs to understand that we also have an agent who's the best agent of all time, basically who's gonna wanna break a record for his client to get the most money that anyone has ever got. We've got Bryce Harper whose torn I believe between playing Philadelphia a little ballpark in the NFL es that he could really do some damage. I think I think he would rather go to LA. But I think he wants to go where the most money is. And every day the story changes, and it's really hard to keep up when there are. So few facts available. You don't know what to think, you don't know anything, and you're stuck with the Phillies all spring training. Yes. I believe everything I hear, Dan. And I don't believe anything that I hear that's how this has gone for three and a half months. Yes. I know the Phillies backwards informer. But now of only here moly here in case Bryce Harper signs that he might not find your. I don't know. I still think the Phillies are the leader. But again in the absence of facts, I'm not sure of anything to. I mean, you might know the answer to this or you might not. But what's the difference in state tax because the Phillies might already have a better offer to Bryce Harper, then he'd get with LA? Yeah, I'm not. I'm no expert on state tax in the met your how that could be so relevant. And yet, maybe it is anything is on the believe everything you believe nothing. You're on guard. I've been into look for four months. What's happening here? It seems crazy. It's crazy. It really is. And we figured we do the free agent process at changed dot last year. I didn't think it would change though for two guys, you know, twenty six twenty seven years old in the prime of their career. But it is changed for Machado at Harper. But in the end Machado got the money, and I think in the end Harper's going to get the money. It's just gonna take a whole lot longer to get to that point. I mean TIMMY to be accurate. He stuck in clear right now. Well. Who wants to be stopped him? As stock in Clearwater. Everyone is stuck in Clearwater waiting for Bryce Harper to sign with San Francisco. The weather's great here and I've been spring training. So I can't don't want any sympathy up doing great. I would just like to be able to see the Orioles and the twins and the pirates the Tigers. And all these teams I haven't seen yet. Because I spend too many days in Clearwater, Pennsylvania has a flat tax system meeting. Everyone pays the same amount of three point zero seven percent. But Tim, if you're the Phillies, don't you have to pull your at some point you have to say, hey, listen Boris, C, O B or else we're taking the offer away you have to Philadelphia's just waiting around for once. I do you have to do. Because then at some point you have to take the at the pull that offer off the table. Okay. And go back to the drawing board with Bryce art. Yeah. I just asked you. So just to get this straight. This is what it is. I just want to get this straight. You say you have to do it. And I'm like, why do you have to do it? And then you're like you have to to make a decision you tell them twenty four hours Philadelphia or pulling the offer that's at twenty four hours force the man to make a decision on you can use that money for something else that you can go after Dallas kaikal if you wanted to giving it to brace Jimmy a great. This is so confusing for the from the Phillies, and they need this guy. And they don't wanna put an ultimatum on it. But I will tell you this about Phillies. They had a limit on Manny Machado. And I was told they were not going ten years for three hundred million. So when he went there, they said we're out I think there are similar limits. I don't know what those limits are. But I think there are similar limits on Bryce Harper's contract to because this isn't just the owner. This is a sabermetrics oriented organization saying maybe ten years doesn't make a whole lot of sense that we're not going to overpay. If we're the only team at ten years that's unclear to by the way. So yes, the Phillies aren't just spending stupid money as they said they have threshold, and it doesn't appear at the moment that they're going to go over that does. Greg Williams looked like you're divorced on who brings a call girl to thanksgiving. The first time I've left it two and a half weeks. As you're stuck in Clearwater. Wait. I have to address this coaching you've done too much in journalism you've done too much for ESPN you've done too much for baseball. You shouldn't be sitting in a parking lot waiting to see months during by whether Bryce Harper is gonna show up or not you're above. This. Can't we send an intern or something? No, I'm an analyst at a senior writer at ESPN this spring. I've been more of a reporter than I've been in quite some time. So this is a big story. I'm a good teammate. I'm gonna do whatever we need to do here. But this is the saddest. I've heard you situa chasing that steroid adult Clements. Throw a parking lot. Right. I did that more than one believe that was not fun does. Theo Epstein looked like the guy who leaves early from the neighborhood house party on a Friday night because Liverpool is on at three thirty AM tomorrow. Does Mike gravel look like he takes women to his beer league softball game on the first day. Does Andrew lucked looked like he puts the milk in a bowl before the cereal. This less miles. Look like someone who says do me a flavor. Does Joey Bosa looked like the pirate on a rumble. Does Brad Stevens looks like he thinks the catch up is do spicy. Donlevatar moustache ios are highly flammable when stored in large quantities and Ken spontaneous combust. Stugatz. Spontaneous league. No spontaneous lay these live at our show with as to God's only SPN radio. Stan Van Gundy will be here tomorrow. Did anyone hear him last night with Jeff Van Gundy on the broadcast was it any good? I didn't hear any of it. Stan doesn't know if it was any good because he gets precious little feedback about anything that he does around here. I watched the first quarter. It was great chemistry. Obviously was awesome. They were fantastic like electric. It's two brothers going back and forth at each other. They're picking at each other. It was fun. I totally agree. I watched the first like they're really good together. S? Maybe it's because I like them, but they are really good. You wanna play a little game from last night. All right. So I'm going to play a sound clip from last night's broadcast. And i'll. It imparts, and you have to guess what comes next. Okay. Everybody clear on the rules. Here we go, obviously, Jeff and STAN there's been a lot of discussions speculation about Luke's coaching future. What do you think of the job that he's done with LA? All right guys, both going to annoy us by defending Luke Walton in a way, that's unreasonable and coach protect they're going to try to out defend Luke Walton. Let's see. Well. Well, let's see because remember there's two of them. So Jeff's position is be pro coach. And then stands position is going to be there. Even be more pro coping. That's a prediction. I'm gonna try and out pro coach each other. Here we go I Jeff well, first of all that's utter nonsense. If you wanna make a coaching change just say, we're going to make a coaching change. But there's no reason to make a coaching change. He's done an outstanding job. I think they're well organized. I think they run good stuff. That's just a change to make a change. All right. So stand defendant more than that. I know I totally agree with you, Jeff is how this next on start. It's so interesting that anybody who coaches LeBron gets denied credit for coaching like, yeah, they have a great player, but Phil Jackson got credit as a coach. And he had Michael, Jordan, and Scottie Pippen, and then and Poggi, but whoever is had LeBron has never gotten in my opinion, the credit that they deserve for their coaching jobs economists out because you you took this out of the equation often. Do it withstand not only an endorsement of a coach, but a back handed swipe at the media for creating this culture toxic to coach Phil Jackson. Do you have more sound from STAN, and Jeff Gundy, or is that all we have two good though. It was okay shocking from them that wasn't a good point. I didn't think so I thought maybe we can isolate some sound that was good not just them defending a coach which was as we noticed predictable. Billy what's going on with your consent, go negotiations for those of you do not know Billy has he's recruited the highest levels of ESPN management and fund giving to. To to give money to fund this quest with Jose Canseco to chase aliens and Bigfoot where are we with that? Then you already talk to consecutive. Did you personally talk to Consec? Oh, this is gone. A lot further than I thought it was going to go, and yeah, Jose Canseco was on the phone. I wasn't in this meeting. This was with the TV people, and the people that will be in charge with the budget. And they thought they were calling Jose's representation and Jose can sake it was on the phone, and it seems like we may have a place on this bus. But again, this is only gonna work if we got the TV rights, which we may or may not be bidding against ourselves on that's unclear by Scott Boras handling. Right. Been told me rights to a bus excursion with OJ can Cinco go locate aliens and Bigfoot is it goes as well. It's ESPN news. Netflix and that bus and showing up Amazon as best those trying to get in the bidding, there's the legitimate budget. Like, I heard numbers and was kind of like scared that this much money might go towards this excursion charming that you would be scared. Well, apparently, this is a multiday thing like in the middle of the desert. This isn't just like, hey, we're going to go drive to this big foot habitat. It's like we're staying with Jose can take for a couple of days, which by the way has people like close to me worried for my safety to which I say like, well, you know, if I died, it'll be a funny way to die. And they're like, no, no because you'll be dead, which I don't have a good answer for because I might be well, what do you have killing you big foot the aliens or Conceico, there's a number of thing. I mean, everything which can say. For Conceico in a big foot alien costume. What are you? Okay. Hold on a second. So what what what sort of information? Did you get from the TV people on how these negotiations went? And where we are in terms of actually securing exclusive TV rights to the bus to go. See bigfoot? I don't wanna give away too much. But it seems like we might be on the bus. And it seems like we have a legitimate shot at making it happen. But the ball is going to be an Jose's court. So who knows as it seem also that you're going to be the only one on the bus? No, no, no, no, no. That's what I heard. So I was troubled because I saw a tweet from Jose saying, hey seats are going fast like two weeks after he sent out the original one which would make thanks seats or not going fast because there's only five seats. So why would you be telling people that come get seat? But a minute it's a bus of five people all yet and RV five people, go and Jose. And I guess his agents say it might be Ozzy. It sounds like a horror movie. I mean, we'll see what happens it. It's it's it's going to be something happens days, a desert with good Saco, paying you. It's going happen. Gonna wake up mix. Totally. I think I feel like what's going to happen is the movie very bad things. I think that that's not gonna happen with Conceico. And Billy next thing. You know, they're gonna be parts and body parts and lug it. Well, that's the thing that I think's going to happen. See like, I think you know, what if I die. It'll be in the middle of the desert getting killed by a big foot or whatever. But it's really probably going to be me and a motel like in a bat to all my organs are gone. Can say driving off grinning maniacally in his RV with a Beth full of your organs. We'll see. We will into to find out where we will allegedly see Mike you want to take a guess in two thousand and three the only person in the world that's got more buzzer-beaters than Dwayne Wade in the NBA since two thousand and three guesses around the room. You have twenty five seconds around the room guesses. Carmelo Anthony to good guess, it is not correct. But it's a good guess who three. Yes. Since two thousand and three buzzer beater, Damian Lillard, LeBron James. Yeah. Lebron? Nope. Nope. Dwayne wade. Nope. Since twain way to two thousand three there's only one guy who's got more than Wade Bill. You can get out of here for two minutes. That's Joe Johnson.

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Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

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"Hey yeah jimmy here and you speak for yourself. You're forced to think for yourself and when you think for yourself. The sports world looks in order to enjoy this podcast this show you need to have the courage to look at the world from alternative points of view and not be offended when you disagree speak for yourself. Isn't your twitter facebook instagram feed s._f. Y tells you what you need to hear and not what you want so welcome aboard buckle look we start today with loves decision and he looked surprised retirement spark shot anx sadness bad taste booze and rather predictably vilification of the game that made him rich and famous the new york times couldn't resist using luck to further. It's exaggerated narrative. That football paul leaves a large portion of its combatants broken writing quote. The debate overlooks retirement comes amid a reckoning over the long term health complications mini retired tire football players face including brain trauma and suicide. The times quoted u._s._a. Today columnist dan walking. Who wrote do you want to spend several more a years putting your body through the brutality of the n._f._l. Or do you wanna take the freedom. You've earned and do something else. That won't put your long term health at risk knowing what we know now about football anyone who criticised player for choosing the ladder comes off like a troglodyte whose grasp of humanity runs deeper than what to call one third third and three but it wasn't just the media that came for football over the weekend the key over the weekend the kena damaging the brand of any successful business is to convince the people benefiting the most from the business to hate it and to speak against former n._f._l. Tight end martellus bennett tweeted football doesn't care about players. I players are starting to realize that more and more the game gets what it needs from you. Then moved on now that players are getting what they need from the game and moving on it's effing up up the ecosystem after earning millions of dollars and transforming their lives and the lives of their family members. We need more n._f._l. Players to f. up the ecosystem estimate the n._f._l. Let's burn down in the memory of andrew. Luck never mind the fact andrew. Luck doesn't appear to have any interest in burning football to the ground. Luck is a legacy football player. His dad played n._f._l. His dad is the commissioner of the new x._f._l. Luxy genuinely heartbroken saturday night about about leaving the game for my point of view lux retirement at the age of twenty nine is an indictment of the game or andrew luck. It's a statement about how much more affair the n._f._l. Has become thanks to the influx of television money forty years ago. Luck would have had far more difficult choice to make about retirement ramin. Fran tarkenton was the highest paid quarterback at around three hundred fifty thousand dollars o._j. Simpson was the highest paid player at about eight hundred thousand thirty two years ago. The forty niners paid joe montana one point three million dollars in seven seasons. Luck earn nearly a hundred million dollars. He you had the option to retire because the game has been good to him. Financially had he played during his father's ear. He would likely continue rehabbing every injury until the moment. The colts decided they no longer wanted him. Lux retirement is a positive story for football illustrates how the reward to the modern n._f._l. Justify the risk how escalating salaries give the player's leverage to make decisions that makes sense for them the average n._f._l. Salary is more than two million a year the immediate n._f._l. Salaries around nine hundred thousand. What median means is that. If you bump into an area for player he's probably earning the nine hundred thousand you. You know what that means. If they had the talent the people vilifying the n._f._l. Would probably abandoned what they're doing to play pro football joining the desks. It's now or fox sports n._f._l. Analyst t._j. Who's in the n._f._l. Networks bucky brooks marcellus rolling andrew looks retirement. Say something good or bad about about the n._f._l. To answer that question explicitly it's a mixed bag says something good and bad about the n._f._l. Well let me tell you why he retired and i know this personally only from my own experiences from heaven four surgeries and three years my prime years and for fallen off the cliff perception everyone else realizing internally internally what was really going on andrew luck retired because he finally realized he could no longer be andrew. Luck i remember when i came to realization but stories about andrew look. Let's talk about the rehab cycle. Let's talk about climbing up that mountain as soon as you get to the top you ready been eating right getting the proper rest. Go out there doing the right things on the practice i just feel and because of the thickness of the game in knocks you all the way back down to the bottom but you climb up again because you andrew luck and you do that again and again and not not only does it rob you of your joy but it robs you of your own expectations of yourself. This is not a decision that was made for everyone else. He felt that no longer cannot go out there and show example who why am in potential when you lose that when you realize that you would never have the same fastball some people wanna live their way all the way to the end zone and get paid in the process and decline line. I raised my head. Some people say enough's enough. Are you got what i wanted. Out of. This game understand. There's some things. I wish i could've accomplished but they're never gonna be realized. Let me move on to other valuable parts of my life. I hear that and say thank god the n._f._l. Pay one hundred million dollars. Seven all the good you can get in. Get out and get paid the bad. Is this for you. I love you but the bad is if you play football or we hits back and look rob gronkowski mcaliskey is retired at a young age. Patrick willis is retired at a young age calvin johnson. Not only retired had to write a check to get up out of their barry sanders. I could go on with the list because because football hits back. This is not an indictment on football. This is a combat sport. You realize what's that fine print. When you sign that contract that said this is a great place to be when you can get any played asteroid a career and get that much money yeah. I think more people are realizing how to play the game in terms of we all talk about raising young people to be aware to have other interests outside of ball to use ball as a vehicle to elevate yourself elevate your family to put yourself in a position to do things that maybe you wouldn't be able to do if you didn't play the game. I'm andrew luck may come from a place of privilege but andrew luck also use football to give him an opportunity to go to stanford to play in the n._f._l. To walk away with one hundred million dollars the nail go pursue other interests andrew love. One andrew luck played the game the way this you're supposed to play the game enjoy the game. Do everything everything that you can do within the game but when it's time to get out get out with all your faculties and be able to go and do other things i look at it as good or bad really i. It's a little bit of both if you watched that press conference man that was raw emotion like that to do that is courageous at twenty nine years old and say. I've never been in that situation like marcellus a lot of guys. I had one surgery very minor but i took plenty of shots is tom's i couldn't walk. I couldn't sleep can't cough. You can't laugh and that financial reward at the end force you do that every sunday. You take a shot monday morning you can't you can't you can't play what your kids you can't practice actes but you play on sunday and so when you see him crying in that roy emotion he had been pushed to the limit. It was like really don't want to retired but i have no choice. My body's telling me to retire. I'm not having fun because all i'm doing is rehabbing. I can't even enjoy the game because of the pain and i'm in and so for me i wash that takes a lot of courage man and get up during dude et twenty nine but when you have one hundred million dollars it makes it a lot ninety years because if he didn't have one hundred million still ball he would've rehabbed and we're like i'm gonna see what i can do with his rehab and i'm gonna keep going but when you had that type of nest egg so to speak it makes it a lot and the thing that i'd never hear from the people that always look for every opportunity to talk about how bad football is and particularly his former players. I never hear any of them say you. You know what i wouldn't have played football. If i can do it all over again and particularly the guys they'd have made some money and really nice things for themselves and their families. I never heard anybody. Anybody say. I wouldn't have done it so again. I think there was a time particularly when there was no information about a c._t. Brain trauma whatever particularly wind guys were working other jobs during the off season the risk far outweigh the reward. We're starting to see some balance in that and that's why again. I look at his retirement at twenty nine. I look at it as a positive story for the n._f._l. You can get out wean you wanna get out and still have received a nice financial reward. If you're at andrew luck or hell most of the players now yeah but people you don't understand the deep frustration you have when you step on the field and you're not yourself dig about what t._j. Was saying the day-to-day moments that are rob opt not only in your personal life but in your practice and your crafts i remember the second surgery i had back surgery and had the ball out your contract. Thank you got my ten and a half sacks. Did it for financial incentive next year got very broke my foot before the first game now they're trying to validate. This big. Contract didn't practice at this one day. The entire season made the pro bowl in my mind. I'm tricked. I'm thinking i could go to any wall but you know what i was doing robin myself itself because i wasn't working on my craft process because i couldn't practice. Andrew luck is smart. He's realizing these numbers look great but guess what's going to happen. Sooner or later later found out to invest in every single day. Y'all go smoke me when i come out here though twenty one interceptions only twenty three smokey and you're not gonna realize i can't hit the gas anymore so before that moment comes and y'all destroy who i am my investment in his game and my legacy tap out and i understand the frustration my only regret my career is that i didn't redshirt just one day to say stop. Pause get your body back. I got your body. You ain't got a chance and you realized it your andrew luck realizing and i think he walked away. I think the one thing that we all have regardless of the money that comes along with it. There's a level of pride in your play pride and your performance and if andrew look talks talked about man. I don't have my fastball and he knows it. He knows when he's on the practice field the throws that he used to make with these if he's struggling to do that. You have to put more into it. He knows that he's not the same employer and some guys and i was courageous. Some guys would rather walk away then to continue to be a lesser version of themselves. I applaud him. If that's highveld going through the process we don't i don't want to address the fans bullying. We're going to do that in about an hour or personal with me. I'm a colts. I'm from indianapolis nabbed him but anyway. I do want to ask you all as former n._f._l. Players teammates. Anybody have a problem with him calling. It quits two weeks before the season have a problem at all. Let me tell you this if y'all got a problem with andrew luck right now doing this then you don't understand when it hits you it hits you. This is something that you're contemplating but you're trying to dismiss. I went to the same process. I wanted to retire. Darren woodson cowboy great talk me into staying. Here's i man you gotta stay for a._b._c. Brother keep going. This is an opportunity of a lifetime once going it's going so i don't have a problem with it but it is funny. Reading tea leaves out there they everyone's except andrew luck's decision isn't a rages an amazing but when dave is the second game at halftime try and his history and no matter what i'll say is accepting andrew luck y'all better give bonte davison apology immediately and then you hypocrite four so. I don't know if you're upset about it. If you're in that building you've seen what he's gone through people ain't even when you're in his situation the rehab in the pain. How is it affecting his personal life with his wife and his family. I mean he's probably going home like leave me alone. I wanna talk chicken and so so that could play a part two teams. They had to have seen like oh think he don't play this year. <hes> when you when you went into locker room and you see him in a training room and you see him trying to throw on the side during practice wants immediately. I don't think he's gonna play this year so when he retires. You're probably like wow two weeks before the season but you had the inkling because you've seen this process of him trying to get back. I just wondered when he first started. Contemplating retirement was that before the draft was doing o._t._a.'s not as a mini camps like when did he first begin the process of you know. I don't know if i really want to be out here because inkling win. Jacoby percent is the backup quarterback back and then they start chad kelly in a preseason game. We knew we knew there because it down low just wonder from a team planning standpoint did he have those conversations like man. I don't no no because we've seen those guys talk about like eight. He's talked about it a little bit but you would just like to be able to plan to design because now you don't have an opportunity. You really build a team around you. Go reverse it net. He's you're starting quarterback. Gotta guess to that first of all this talk about this team concept when my medical staff is misdiagnosed or not knowing which way is up and i'm not blaming those guys because i don't know who's in that rule but i will say this without proper diagnosis. There is no prognosis how we fix. It's this it went from my calf to ankle to milord leg tomb afoot. It's a moving injury and this is not my first time. Have an issue what you leonard page agent wilander anyone. This is how it feels so kawhi leonard look that mistrust he say. I don't know what you guys are doing with my body. Oh second opinion and it did andrew luck is sitting there like y'all say what and i fix this and then you said go here and then go there after a while whack-a-mole gets tiring and then he's stuck here and correct me if i'm wrong or anyone disagrees but this was. This is my feeling about football every day but game day once you start playing college football. I think leaving football crosses your mind every day game. The hardest is lured to play and again. I love the sport but the whole preparation cycle the whole for me. The whole afford toy in coaching coaching construct was a struggle for me. Jason is hot. It will destroy it really depends on when you started playing <hes>. I started playing football late my senior ho into and saw okay. I never had that it. It really depends on when you started playing with gray for me and of you large that early seven seven seven eight. I think the moment is struck me in the middle of a preseason game. We're about to run out on kickoff and i just remember having i really don't wanna get hurt busting this wit and i knew then is over and even though you're trying to kickoff i was like i gotta go straight. It's a lot and i just remember being like in literacy battle debase the raiders nine and i'm going to raise. I'm like man. I really am not trying to be locking doors and got a split ed and at that point is over and even though you trying to hang your and can can i just get through this year you can. I just make this cheese for the year and then i'll be good. I knew when you're done up when you start having those thoughts. It's where you opened opened the door to start to weigh the risks. When you awake into was really going on to your body until your world that's when you in the process of retiring and it happens to like you said every day i went out with him. I do it but then you get lost in austin adrenaline and i'm like oh good this but every day there's a question mark gateways is great. Oh hell yeah the rest of the day for everything else. Retired football season is coming up quick and dr of kings the leader in one day fantasy football is celebrating with huge week one contest it all starts when chicago and green bay kick off the season but they thursday nights single-game <music> game showdown contest and two point five million and total prizes up for grabs new users who sign up today on draft canes using code speak will receive a free. We shot at the one million dollar top prize. Nothing asked to the excitement of watching the game quite like having a shot at a one million dollar payday draft. You're single game showdown. Oh down lineup and feel the sweat like never before it's simple just dropped six players from the season opener. Stay under the salary cap and see how your team stacks up against the competition. 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It sounds like the team still isn't quite ready to let him go with owner. Jim irsay saying he doesn't rule out the possibility that luck will return to football fall neither do i. I think he's gonna sit for two years <hes> <hes>. I don't think he's returning annapolis though i picture him in a cowboys uniform performed anyway i'm just i don't. I don't think he's done playing cowboys addiction debt. Is that one of the the dead. I ended up the cowboys. We're in x._f._l. Alchemy here walk me here. This was his dues going to do. He's rishard. Obviously he's done retire. We call them now. I call it a richer because i've been in that position before you go recalibrate the body one day. It's going to feel pain free he goes there and and then you know how it goes thanksgiving gonna roll around little turkey bowl which uncle when your cousins but yeah yeah wait a minute and then you're going to say we check his birth certificate again. Let me call dead. He's working for the x._f._l. Commissioner hey dad how would it land. If i came out there became one of the starting quarterbacks exit fail. Oh he'll blow this league up not saying he's going to do that but i think we're gonna retire as he did. Redshirt feel his body and i think the story aligned. He's going to return to maybe to x._f._l. To help pops out which will be amazing story but i think football is still in his future. You think is gonna be tough for him. I i do believe you. You hit the nail on here. When you talk about winnie feels good. We need healthy again. He doesn't have the pain. I think he's miss it. He's gonna miss being around it and heaven happened. He goes to a game in person when he's feeling good and he sees it and he gets to crowd and all that other stuff because at the end of the day we all ego maniacs we all gladiators we all love love walking into arena and filling the adulation of the crowd he is going to miss that part of it and so we'll see if he can replace it with something else elsa the ball but typically the only thing that makes you feel good about it is ball and i think he's gonna find his way back to yeah i. I don't believe he's done plan x._f._l. The n._f._l. won't allow that to happen. He's he's on a contract with the colts. They would have to release him in okay him that twenty five million irsays. Let him go so what's the n._f._l. Or nothing he's going to miss n._f._l. He's going to miss <unk> sundays if he can get his body healthy in the next six to nine months and like marcella said i'm thirty years old i can still get out here and play go get with some doctors that eh our which you day and night to make sure you can get healthy just for quality of life and then once you realize like oh man i got out the bed and then i ain't feel no pain. I haven't felt like this. Wow i'm going to start working out low harder. Let me start taking some drops and throwing the ball. Oh let me see if i can play. I do believe that time is gonna come and i think we'll see them. Play again. I think that part of his calculus and again. I don't know andrew luck from adam but he's relatively newly married. I think he's gonna get his body right spend some real quality time with his wife his new wife because that's another one of the sacrifices particularly at the quarterback position or you're the first in last out. You're basically at assistant coach. You sacrifice a lot of things relationship wise when a kid is oliver lacson went to stanford this. This kid sees the whole big picture of life. He's not just a football meathead like a lot of us were and so. I think he's going to take two two years. I don't think it's going to be next year. I think two years he's coming back to the n._f._l. Either coach or someplace else wherever the n._f._l. Needs because okay. I'm kind of optimistic about what jacoby percents going to be so. I'm not which dead certain that he's just gonna walk back into the co situation again. He super super town. That's not me saying he's got more talented kobe percent but but again i think he's thought this through and again. They put out some story like he started talking about this. There's ten days ago or whatever. I don't buy that kind of huge decision. I don't think there's ten day decision. I think he's put a lot of thought into this and has a game implant in his mind. That certainly doesn't close the door to him coming back. Yeah i think what you said combine with a book he was saying there's going to be an inflection point. There's is gonna be a moment where this art changes and it's going to change lease foresee this when he looks at someone in this league at the quarterback position gaetan written enormous amounts of love and he knows that that dude is less than who he is at that moment think about it when you're sitting at home or you're at the game and you watch do out there getting you like that's what it is. That's going to be almost quarterback legal where he is right now injured but i what i think my cell is and this will sound like a joke but i'm being dead serious when he finds out that no no you know what football is the thing i'm best at. He's going over the next year or two. He's gonna go try all all these different things. Is that the best. This is a dude. Who's a member of a book club very quirky. I do know him in the debt intellectual like you see the big picture. When you see the big picture richard you realized football doesn't take you to the top of mountain. It's a means to an end to get the top in our world. Where else can you get that type of competition for competitive people that type of back and forth and me versus. You can't valley us. Let's put five oliver luck son. He's got one of the greatest he's a tremendous athlete and he was mitt to play football and i think again he's going to go out and do a bunch of other things and and agree the punchline of this joke. It's like me and gambling. I'm always trying under replace it but it's in time my mother and father put it in me and eventually i can go on strike from vegas would eventually i'm gonna creep back out there. I hear you roger. Starbuck comes to mind though there was a day whereby told him he was meant to play football and then that sucker went out there postal baller. Let's say you should always meant to play football and there are many success stories like that especially starting from where he started from in mindset and privilege and scope this do is like twenty nine when he no. He wasn't but guess what his successes are greater post than they were pre while he was playing. I bet you amazon is playing football. Though that's full sundays we miss anything. A heartbroken colts man made her this weekend and it's kind of interesting that you said you think he might going back to the cowboys. My man jerry jones has some comments about look postal ball career and somebody has some highest racing saying that he hopes look becomes president of the u._s. One day i wanted to ask you guys. What do you think andrew would do if he's really done with football. You know what i can see him. Get then the politics yeah. He's a thoughtful guy. That clearly has the courage of his convictions of you willing to stand up in front of everybody. I'm i'm retired in two weeks before the season <hes> yeah i i could see that you know it's not the craziest suggested in the world yeah look his dad ran for congress. I lost in west virginia so i don't know if that's something that actually fuels your fire or is negating debt because you saw what happened with your father look if he i did try to run for any office paid manny right now and say oh hell no. You ain't still in my shot again. I'm gonna beat you for real. That's it. I think this guy's gonna refer to the simple. Things demanded things that are valuable to him <hes> and express a his view on those things and kind of grow from there look. I think more talked about his many interests. He talked about book club. Club graduated with degree in architecture. I think he's going to explore those things because that's what you naturally do because we all think we wanna be something when we're done playing and maybe it is something that we develop a passion for. I think he was speaking at least a year exploring those things before he determines man you know i really missed football or i really felt something that i really like in one of those outside interest away from ball if he doesn't come back to football. He's going to be a family man. Whatever he majored in like you said in architecture is very well known that he's an avid book reader <hes> but i i just see him being a family man if he doesn't get back involved in football some capacity. You can't just take a back seat and be a family his dad being commissioned x._f._l. N._f._l. He could maybe one that takes off. Ever since the departure of antonio brown pittsburgh is clearly optimistic that there will be less drama drama this season with big ben pushing back hard against the idea that mike tomlin has lost the locker room saying quote when people speculate things very rarely rarely. Is it true so we all just kind of shook our heads kind of laugh. It's unbelievable. The things people make up from the outside looking in all right. I think the steelers whole off season has been about narrowing the chaos to a._b. A._b. was the reason why mike tomlin got got criticized as a leader a._b. Was the reason why big bins lack of leadership was perhaps exaggerated in their mind. A fair to attribute tomlin's ends leadership problems to antonio brown. Oh we're gonna put this all away. Yeah i know one time when it was their first so whatever was in place in terms of culture in terms of enforcement in terms of restrictions should have been in place to make fit into that mode not also the mo- changes. I just wanna be in that relationship to this off. Season sounds like someone who is really trying to deal with the symptoms and not the illness you ever get caught up in that. If you ever go to the doctor you keep chasing these symptoms. You need to get to the calls. I and i don't not sure and be he's the oldest go okay okay a._b. Rothlisburger perform to everybody their elder statesman but it wasn't known nick young homie <hes> it is not know geez okay and the last thing i want to say say about this is. I hope that their season is not drama. Free because part of team building and part of team success is overcoming adversity and if you look at all oughta super bowl winners that you can see they've all had to overcome something whether it's the patriots and the demise in foxborough or carson wentz gets hurt and what the eagles gonna do otago. Go win the super bowl. You know you look at these situations. Everyone has versity deal with it's not always in scandal and it can't always be panel one player but with that said they're gonna hit a dry patch. They're gonna hit a rough spot and if they still going kumbaya and fantasy island out there. Maybe they're not mentally ready for that moment. Look i think a._b. Serves as the example so all the problems weren't with him but i think he serves as a shining example as to what was going on in the locker room. When it plays out in real time in in oakland and then you think about the stuff that they were dealing with in pittsburgh it does make you think maybe abe was really not all of the blame but he certainly deserves his share of it because when you go back and you look the guy missed a game the had to facebook live post the series of incidents that have come along with him. It makes it hard to not pinpoint him. Yes ben rothlisberger has not been the model leader yes. He doesn't necessarily do it. The way that we've seen other quarterbacks do it but we see a be go to another locker room and have some of the same issues issues it does kind of absolve mike tomlin in the pittsburgh steelers for the lack of leadership that may have existed in a while and not at all he's partner playing he's part heart of the lane i would add when when you have a head coach that should establish a culture and a set of rules ause a set of rules. Now your best players are going to be allowed to break the rules to a certain degree but when you step over that line nah that's it. Do you have to enforce it. You have but this'll treatment. You look at what ben rothlisberger said about james washington. He takes me. Call me talk to a person thanked me for that when he killed him. The the reason james washington did that because he's james washington say now when he becomes james washington and everybody knows that name you criticizing like that again and see if he does he did that because he's gonna lose his humility and that's billions fault. I'm not saying that's been being act like it was okay to call james washington right now because he thanked them for it. Washington is trying to earn his way into the house that was trying to become a household name. That was so again. Come back these right. Look look. This is what i'm telling you. James watson comes back at ben rothlisberger publicly like abdu what's going to happen. <hes> ooh tomlin's go holler at much exact aby rosen being mike tomlin. Is yanni handle. Let's different. You can't ah have your personality be willy nilly based on success or failure. You need to be the same guy. I'm not letting berger called me out. Heals your quarterback. He's the leader look. I wanna go back to mike tomlin because i'm just blown away t._j. You play for marvin lewis man and to me. I think marvin lewis never got his proper. Oppa respect as one of the best coaches in the n._f._l. When he did in cincinnati with mike brown and how cheap the brown family is is amazing and you know he he had one big problem at it wide receiver in terms of establishing a culture he had to deal with part of it. He's part of a big part arta though but it's not i couldn't shag get on board. We don't just black coach. Why couldn't get on board with mike tomlin this black coast this is what drives lives me crazy and and we excuse it eight to me what i'm hearing from being what i'm seeing from tom. They so glad to get a able to handle this different. Let's go back you bring in chad in <hes> marvin carson handled it so different that they never had those types of problems between chad and carson. Thank linda between a._p._n. Because the way carson handled it was completely different than the way band handled their own. Don't act like that. Bologna in the playoffs could have changed entire narrative of what happened in cincinnati carson palmer. Let's not act like if debt playoff game he doesn't lose y'all were a role in that year so who who knows what that would have been the narrative changes but that's football the thing about this is i forget how it goes and you know how it goes. When you're a freshman when you go to the first meeting room in a senior in the back or you're a rookie and events in the back you don't just unroll your personality day one. You gotta want earn your uh-huh. Keep your way five joe way and then show your voice and that's how it goes into the air by changing. You're like no this is unveiling of who i really am but in deference and reverence to the situation dynamics i'm aslo plate is a be slow played. His rothlisburger slowly played his asteroid medicine him about rothlisburger day one to now not saying so this not act like this brand. Newness is a negative connotation. That's how all rookies come into the league. Didn't they start to fill themselves darnell. I know you agree with everything thrown anything. Oh no we're speaking ignored. Browse pretty kitchens was asked if he was at all concerned that baker mayfield in o._b._g._y._n. Yet the plate again the preseason check this out just because he wasn't at team. Drills doesn't doesn't mean they weren't working <hes>. It's fairly easy you know you. Just you learn what to do. You work in the learn lineup. Learn what to do. Learn a death in the air. Are you're supposed to be in and you've got just about figured out. Are you guys buying as not at all concerned yeah. He's very concerned. <hes> he's a first year hair coat so he has no even if things were going well he's paranoid and nervous because this is his first time last certainly remember my first time and i was scared to death uh-huh oh. It's amazing that you come from humble beginnings. Six people always trip off when i say like i i was happy being broke because i know any better i didn't have any different reality to choose from so therefore when i ain't get much it was everything this is how he's feeling he's like i ain't got no alternative. Y'all these news. I really haven't worked out that much. What you think about row they could've he's living in a reality that has been dealt to them and he said we're gonna be fine now. In his ideals i think he wanted something different but this is the reality is living with. He's just gonna before look. These guys have thrown a ball enough to know the chemistry and a connection to understand the body language just necessary to know when people are coming in and out of their breaks. They've worked together here in l._a. They've done in many camps and other things where they've had their probably workouts. It will be fun will it. Maybe take a game or two to fully get onboard not enough to really make it a big deal. He's concerned what me he can't come out and say i'm concerned. Get concerned like do we have enough time with each other <hes> if they play well in a game it won't matter and if they don't man we should any practice more but he broke his back. We're joined now by the athletics. Mini-van your moved. A collie loy continues to make waves in the football world since her fifty five yard field goal during eagles practice last week now her trainer says lloyd just got a call from an n._f._l. Team offering to let her kick in a preseason game this week. She has a scheduling conflict with the u._s. Women's national team so it's not going to happen but one n._f._l. Player keenan in allen weighed in on the idea today tweeting quote sound sweet till some. I blocked a kick all of a sudden she owned ethan. Would it'd be like the stampede in the lion king movie she do gotta boop though the question here is what carly laurie playing in a preseason game be a good idea. No wouldn't be a good idea not football as we know and not the spirit of football not putting the best players out there in that position and is crazy that she literally emits that she needs help with all aspects of kicking her words except the mental part which is a huge part but let's it's not understate any motor skill position or any motor skills sport. It's about ten thousand hours doing that. Repetitive motion all the all the time so don't tell me baseball player. Oh well you know. I got great hand. I could play hockey no hockey player. I would stick could play golf. Y'all better calm down with this so so. I'm used her words against her. She says i'm good with the mindset and i know have to work on my hips and my technique. That's exactly what the damn position is so if i get get an m._b._a. Trial in the middle of the i'm ready working on my dribbling and m- shot i'll take away my audition home home and this is unreal because what we're doing is trying to bring an equal playing field to something. That's not even equal within the gender of men. It's not look you can discriminate in football. It's called combine. How tall are you how much you way to do this test answer this question. I don't like that get out of here and now all of a sudden. We're gonna try high-level that taxi. Y'all and i don't know if she qualifies as she's never even done it. I don't know where this is coming from. Now you talk about the meritocracy. I think because i i would give her an opportunity to kick. Look i'm at high school. We have a female kicker. We let c- come out. She knocks him through if he's good enough should be the starting kicker with corley lloyd. I i think most coaches think the same thing. If she shows repetitive there she can knock in forty yard field goals fifty yard field goals. She will have an opportunity now. I'm not saying she could do it today day but maybe in a year so if she fully committed to doing it as a practice squad player absolutely. I think we're defy prayed friend. Keenan allen talked about it helped me brothers aw when you go on defense when that kick is block you have to play. Are you planning on eleven now. Why would they be blocked. Komo special teams goes. Let's make sure she's protected or not. Blah i'd watch miami and florida that we did. One kickers ran a fake field. Vote football is going to run. A fake. Field has heard of all fastest-growing. Look get out the way if lord is fast. I'm gonna give it a rock. So what you're saying is that it would be ten against eleven when when she's out there not to mention the fact that it would take a year and that even that wouldn't guarantee it because is what i saw when i look at that video is her taking what five six steps to generate the power to kick a fifty five yard field goal. She needs to do that in half the time to have any type of success in the n._f._l. N._f._l. kicking in the n._f._l. Is snap. Put the ball down kick. It's not stabbed. Put the ball down kick in every time if she has to do that in half the time and i don't know if she she can degenerate the power that's needed to let alone the accuracy that's involved and the pressure and people in the stands come right out the gate and be on the squad. They're saying they're saying the player on thursday. You know we have a rugby player christian wait who played but he's been in training camp every opportunity. We're talking email corley lloyd look. She goes in preseason game. Maybe she has an opportunity to kick an extra point but if this is a series. Do we talk about a year. There's no reason why she can't be able to if you give her that year then i would be okay with but not like because it set up to fail. I'll say this bucky if the standard to get an n._f._l. Tryout is is one video one day. We saw justin gatlin. We've seen guys come off the streets and run their plenty of players who have had opportunities to get sniffs lifts in the league. Who've never played football before. All these basketball players that are playing tied in rico gains in the life. Antonio gay said never played ball before we put him on the field hockey. You're making can a good point and i appreciate it. However how we've seen one kick we trust me. They edited out the mrs because she's admitted that they showed the one that she made and so. Do i think it's a good idea. Actually i oh i do because it is a t._v. Show and people will tune into one week ford. Appreciate and people will tune into t._v. Show but this whole little the deal. We had this when michelle we was in golf. It was always can she joined the p._g._a. To are the yeah the p._g. Are and we had that whole discussion and back then it was actually legal for people to have the discussion. We just had here where people could actually say what they really think. Now it's virtually illegal because everybody goes off into la la land and pretend like they're having carli lloyd. Is your kicker. Put some restrictions on your special teams. You got to reconfigure configured your roster based out well. She can only kick are extra points or or whatever she can only and then the other thing that comes down to we're dismissing how hard it is to be. A kicker offers even at the high school college the because you have to make such a high percentage of the kids to make it in the n._f._l. Yeah it's not just oh she can make one is can you do it. Ninety eight percent of the time when it comes to tease which are now thirty three yards and then these field goals. You've got to be making seventy five eighty percent clip. I don't know if taking ten steps proves that you can do it doesn't because like you say to respect the elements one respect that the russians come in to respect the physicality of it three doesn't respect with the kickers do and if you've been to n._f._l. Practice practice or n._b._a. Practice they really don't miss a lot and then all of a sudden it that thing in the net switch goes off and they missed a lot more so so that's one thing but the curiosity to get her into game. I feel for that one guy who's that fringe player to be a kicker on a squad but he's not because there's a curiosity instead of who has really put themselves in a position for this opportunity but my grand point is this they tell us football all you have to be three years removed from high school twenty and the reason they say that is because the physicality the reason they say is no n._f._l. For you youngster who may be physically ready ford and good at that job because we have to wait to make sure you're ready for the rigors but we're not going to now apply that here and that's just she she doesn't have to be ready for the rigor. It just seems like a low hypocritical guys ready for how many kids do walk into. I guarantee you hollywood. Where did we i guarantee you. We got all of these players kickers. You came off the edge on kick kicks. How many times did you run into a kicker are trampled trampled kicker and trust me if you do it to a woman. The reaction's going to be a lot different. It is going to be different. Reaction would be different if you don't. What do you say if you don't do your your yeah. You'll be lead today. Who's been sada's back with us. I'm now for dardanelles question. Dot i'll take it away something yeah mas- mussa my coats andrew luck. The team has decided to let the q._b. You become almost twenty five million dollars bonus. Money eating was gave yahoo sports. Charles roberts an interesting idea suggesting latest column that owner jim irsay might wanna pay back the money money fast spin on season tickets when they still andrew will be playing i don't know about there's one asks you guys get a coder fans anything hold on. I'm gonna put the ball back in in your court do they. Oh yeah something always nutella and then today. I'm a coach fan. I'm andrew fan so you know at the beginning go to season. That got hurt game one. He's out the rest of the season. Do i owe you money back then. This is same as well. I'll say what the colts fans ah. I can't even say no coach fans. I don't think are asking this charles robinson yahoo is they feel like they've been misled. Throughout the offseason about andrew luck even having said that i agree with you that you bout coats tickets not exactly. I don't buy this whole misled. The argument just because is not him getting cut or traded. This is him retiring on the colts so hot come. Jim mercy and others can't be surprised as well. They act like oh. I had to know that he was retiring no so i don't think it has much premise is a good theory. Situations change keeps his money but the fans has don't oh that's kind of a good theory. Try and build it on because it caught everyone by surprise. I'm not with it. I went to casey and joel concert this weekend. Yes i i did yes. Yes it was called but there was no casey joe joe right monday money-back dalvin devante exactly so case racy see so you know don't also hell no. It was called key sweat. It was no joke tough. That's that's an entertainment product. Have you ever flip the ticket over. Read them little words. Guess what they say. That's all you bro. That's what they say. So now you get your money back. They don't all the fans anything you feel for the fans but went into what you said. It's not indianapolis. Colts andrew luck is to indianapolis coats and were were. They misled absolutely absolutely not you could see that emotion. I said he didn't want to retire. He felt like he had no choice. They have a super bowl type team. It hurt him. It hurt owner owner. It hurt the fans. This is sports. Get over it happens. It is what it is a refund. If i consider giving you a refund you can never get tickets again. You re dash t if you really wanna refund where you really that much of okay where refund you we all don't come back now. When we start winning don't come up former coats long snapper his name's matt overton. He now plays for the jaguars. He's actually offered to buy any disgruntled fans tickets back and he'll donate the tickets man they lost now. That's uh-huh donate them to rallies children's hospital a ticket. That's what i'll be honest with you. I gotta get to this k._c. And joe deal our our there. I want my money back. I went and saw him in las vegas with a bunch of old school. Nineties eighties groups and casey and joe were there but casey was so drunk he can barely get through at the songs and he sounded horrible missing anything no uh-huh them to stay on until that's my favorite group of all time joe greedy. Oh yeah i mean them eisley brothers because i think they're the modern day is and when they were in short they come from sharp and i worked at the charlotte observer and i wrote a story about it before they became megastar. Love casey job when ah casey not surprisingly clemson and alabama enter the year ranked number one and two respectively and our own reggie bush already predicting victime rematch of dabble sweeney and nick savings teams in the championship game that happened with mark the fourth time in five years the two teams face off for the title. I've got no problem with this actually look forward to it but we've got our college football expert here would another clemson bam. A national championship game be bad for college football. I don't know if it'd be bad for college football. I don't think it'd be great. I do think that interest would maybe wane a little bit in particular in that game mm-hmm specifically but let's let's be fair. I don't want to take away from greatness is the patriots domination the n._f._l. Taking away from the n._f._l. I would say no was dynasties tend to be hated from the outside and yet we all watch him. You know so so right now. You have to understand. There's a couple of things at play here and it's really the structure of college football if the n._f._l. Is built for eight which i think we would all argue. It is the way the draft works the way that the scheduling works the way the salary cap works. Everything is really built for eight eight and you're either gonna excel out of that or you're gonna fall. Below it on college football. We're built for dynasties. The best teams make make the most money generally they can hire the most assistant coaches they can keep the most assistant coaches they generally get the best prospects in recruiting then they can go out there and make their their own schedule and i would argue that clemson and alabama at least in schedule makeup have created some of the easier roads for themselves and let me give you an example of that michigan is gonna play at one point this season seven consecutive weeks against power five teams or notre dame the most consecutive weeks that clinton or alabama's gonna play against power. Five opponents is three three so the schedule makeup is different for these teams playing eight conference games than other team flying non conference games so when you put together the nature of college football the structure of how we do things were built for dynasties. This is actually what should happen when you get the right head coach and the support from the administration in your university as you should would be good for a long time so i don't wanna diminish the accomplishment of those programs by saying it's bad for college football. Do we need another champion champion at some point probably for me i love it and this is just david and goliath reconstructed and if you think about it in this situation a college football david and goliath is clinton in alabama you gotta look at it through that lens it ahead me watching miami and florida this weekend number eight florida to see when win is david going to actually rise up and could beat goliath clemson and the net game seemed like a game but i will watch this weekend as well just rooting for the other team these moments. Oh miss that we've had in our lives where we loved it. Let's go to our favorite error. At least mine of basketball and n._b._a. Was the eighties lakers and celtics and we talked about three head to head it match ups. Every game you watch you knew at the end is going to be boston or the lakers your and we loved it been johnson. Versus carl lewis watch the pre limbs to semi finals but i wanna see carla. Carla was raised in jersey. That's all it was. I remember a few years ago. Everyone disappointed me and we never got to see koby. Guess lebron because we like this when we can go out there as advertised greatness is going to be examined on the field and then we see him collide at the end. I'm all in for and i think joel helped me. If i'm wrong here production staff to and trevor lawrence have a chance to be back to back number one picks it's at the quarterback position to after this year and then trevor would have to stay for you and so when have we ever seen the best to quarterback aksum in all of college football clash for the national championship. The two clearly best players in college football potentially could meet at the quarterback position. This would be like this year in particular. This will be like now. You know what i really don't wanna see brady and manning in their wage other in the the super bowl or in the a._f._c. championship game. I damn sure wanna see two were and trevor lawrence clash this year with with two of fully recovered from whatever injuries at trevor lords potentially going to be one of the greatest quarterbacks we've ever seen in college football this year more than any other year. I wanna see clemson and i think maybe for for a national championship off the top of my head. Maybe it was matt leonard against vince young different always the top ten picks in the same draft so it wasn't back to back years like you're talking about but just that level right great quarterback play face off against each other. They're certainly only that and remember now. College football is more about the head coach than it is the quarterback so in the n._f._l. We talk about your organization is going to go how your quarterback goes. You gotta have that guy on college football. You've got to have the head coach. These guys are the best to doing it right so even more maybe than two trevor which i love the point. I think it's a very astute point. You also have those two guys in the screen dabo against nick saban. I love that you know. I love these. These jugs going up against each other but but to your your point we need somebody else to rise up georgia's close. They've had the lead against obama twice in the last two years in the fourth quarter one of the national championship game one of the s._e._c. championship game. Maybe texas is that team with tom. Herman that can potentially rise up and challenge one of these two teams. I'm looking for that challenger. I think that would make the sport. Even better is if we got another hat into that ring. You got a problem with bam clemson not at all i mean i wanna see the two best teams face as often. I think the child looking for might be ball state so i'll take your are you coming with lagos state or so. Stay soon okay because listen. I study a lot of college football. I gotta be honest. I don't know ball state schedule sticking with football on jim harbaugh football michigan now that urban meyer here with us at fox in horrible was rolling the dice saniez two quarterbacks. He lives in shape harrison and mccaffrey. He says the play both adding quote. Hello all options are opening their way would ask you guys. Do you think this is a good idea. Nope no like it at all. I love trevor lowers. Kelly bryant last year worked out so you could rethink this decision in four days when i lose ineligibility. Hey i like not only that but you had jalen hurts have to come in for the s._e._c. championship game and bail out an injured to to to get back into the playoffs last year. Maybe you need to guys plus. They're in different veins right. They're not the same player and so you can run a little bit different style of offense which each guy two quarterbacks mean. You don't know what you're doing particularly trauma to indifferent veins in two different lanes jim harbaugh these he's shape patterson's is senior quarterback stick with him. Let the guy go as far as it can't. Don't have some young kid looking over shoulder. This is also the most jim harbaugh thing of all time grammy. We don't even get to deems recovering his game. I sit with him on fridays and i'm like hey. Is this your lineup and he's like all options are open and it's like we're in broadcast media. So you know what i mean so there. There is some degree i know that it's news and we might see dylan mccaffrey but it also might just be business as usual shea as the starting point with lock them wildly lavar arrington is back with us and we're joined now by former n._f._l. Defensive back stanford route. Stay calm now for dardanelles question of the day. I'll take it away. Tom brady who may have just turned forty two but was voted the most marketable star in n._f._l. A new sports business journal survey just the hand of twenty-three-year-old patrick mahomes but in the n._f._l. Isn't the only league old guys are killing it for. The magazine says that michael michael jordan is still crushing other n._b._a. Players shoe deal money and is projected to make four times more than the number two guy lebron james so i gotta ask you guys why does braiding reading m._j. Still dominate their sports because their focus is entirely on sports and that's still matters. I i think that when it comes to marketing marketability and things like that <hes> you gotta stay away from the polarizing issues and and jordan and tom brady had pretty much done the net and that makes them more market man. I can't still from that but i can add. I hope <hes> i have a simpler equation. I say it's old money nostalgia and the story of folklore of the odor players think about it before there was social media. There were fewer outlets and channels to build a story so therefore it was more submitted when you michael jordan. There's no competition to the michael jordan story because no one could pocos in tom. Brady also started got three super bowl before social media even existed now. What's the average age of the millionaires in our country fifty seven years old. What does that mean ooh. I'm old players got some old purchasing power right around yeah. No it doesn't help and t._v. Ratings their own audience but dammit it does when you gotta go boss something because all the money in this country is old money this new money trying to catch up but they got a long way to go. That's why these guys are winning because of the bank of their purchasing power of their family kids and moms do decision making on that though not funny you say that a lot of kids go to a park where they're not wear jordan's. It's older people us casually casually would've suit trying to impress you can't do these kids are wearing jay's if they care but they wear steffes lebron's k d's kobe's and it's gonna take forever for them to catch up in part because we keep poking holes in their own marketing story and you don't believe okay. I'm out of high school every day. Yeah no feeling got all see them. All are everywhere reason the reason why by these guys are able to be so marketable and so brand -able is because of the last word. I just said once your brand transcends anything petty it will stand the test of time and with michael jordan's brand michael jordan's brand is connected to the style and classic seeking and timeless. He came in a time where it was such an interesting time for the n._b._a. And nike put so much behind him and it took hook and once they took is has not slowed is actually it has continued to pick up now tom brady. I feel like it's a little different. <hes> in the sense is that i don't see a product you know the product that that michael jordan's brand has has rendered is why he's so. I think just marketable with with nike but tom brady. It's probably a whole lot of different things <hes> he's getting money for under armor time watches all kinds of different things and it's it's because his brand has transcended being a quarterback in a football player it's connected to this is what i wanna be. This is who i want to be. This is why i wanna be and those those brands never devalue unless they tarnish it with m j. I would go even simpler than that. You gotta look at a guy that won three titles. That's something obviously missile. You don't see too much in the n._b._a. Then takes a year and a half off goes gambles. Just watch t._v. Does whatever you want and then comes back back in then wins three more titles something that obviously we can see in today's day and age lebron james able to do that and he hasn't even retired at any of any sort. I think that that urban legend edge and is something that's always gonna stick out a lot of people's minds especially me of somebody who is playing off the wall above the rim there i repeat then takes a year and a half off comes back in the second repeat in the second three peat it pretty much reinvent himself now going to the fall away be more of a jump shooter the fadeaway. I think that most guys would come back from that retirement being still a good player but not an elite level and somebody going doing that to me. Is something always be the urban legend that is michael jordan going going to tom brady. I think that if tom brady was in highschool he'd be the prom king you look at these winds rings has six of them has a supermodel for a wife. He's richard then. I don't i don't even know who and when you see somebody that appears to have everything and he's looking for what it is when you see something like that that is something the everybody's going to gravitate behind simply because it looks like he has it made now when you then go and look at tom brady's backstory from everything from high school through through college being a low round draft pick and everything he's come from. I think that if you cannot find a way to be a fan of tom brady you're just hater well. Let me push back echo one part about how you said that these guys are not too political or all all the rising the funny i went to the jordan orton documentary which was a few months ago and it's funny that jordan and michael jordan shoe actually started off in rebellion when the n._b._a. Try to suppress press that he couldn't wear the shoe because of the colors and it's amazing that his initial story of this shoe and why it really hit and became urban legend everyone gravitated towards awards it because of that same rebellion like oh i will pay the fine michael jordan nike paid for this guy to wear and defied a system. That's s. in his core ingredients and never got lost. Even though michael jordan never echoed that himself he endorsed something that echo that that continues to echo that generations later so when you add up all of these little elements it added to one story that michael jordan actually could play both sides. He got out his shoes saying hey. I got this threes. I got rebellion but i also got me. I ain't saying nothing all y'all. I'll say this about jordan and tom brady joins like the coolest dude. I've never met him but he he's shaft. He's wherever we think is the coolest hulas dude to michael jordan. Thank you one right so i think when you look at it for black kids it's i'm disoriented by wanna be might and that's why they won't be tom brady by it. We'll take it one step. Further is just just the vanity aspect of it. I don't know how you guys feel but there's no other the athlete that actually has a shoe produced by nike that even looks to the level of georgia when i c k d's when i see lebron james those shoes they don't resonate with me. It's not anything that i actually wanna go out and purchase but i think jordan's have a natural look to them that they're not marketed. They just got you as the first of all sociologists. This is what they do in marketing when you married product to success all of a sudden you say oh it's amazing looking. No it ain't is married to success. Ios this is the thing does jordan shoe if he will sorry if he no rings about it. This is what it is the wristband how many wristbands that accompany came on wristbands yeah yeah how many are the leg the leg <hes> need sleep that he turned into a calf sleeve right. How many did they sell it. Oh it wasn't even just simple this. It was you when i went out to who when i walked to school i wanted to look like michael jordan on <music>. I'm gonna give you another one though in terms of i think stain out of the most polarizing issues because even with tiger woods fall you go into any golf shop. It's all tiger would only thing to sell <hes> so if you can stay out of those polarizing issues and just market yourself itself to everybody everybody. You have the best shot and again. We didn't go here but i look at this list and when i see how close kevin durant is lebron james that it kind of shakes me up like why is kevin durant this close to lebron james and the people are from mike upset with the ramp from going golden state but other than that i think people kinda like kevin durant yes especially there's nothing polarizing about him bit of a momma's boy but lease relatable i again i look at this whole list and we didn't go here but the bronze numbers disappointed me that he's that far from michael go and kevin durant. Is that closer.

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Luck is done, Zeke's deal, AB's fiasco, Lakers + Dwight

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

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Luck is done, Zeke's deal, AB's fiasco, Lakers + Dwight

"Hey yeah jimmy here and you speak for yourself. You're forced to think for yourself and when you think for yourself. The sports world looks in order to enjoy this podcast this show you need to have the courage to look at the world from alternative points of view and not be offended when you disagree speak for yourself. Isn't your twitter facebook instagram feed s._f. Y tells you what you need to hear and not what you want so welcome aboard buckle look we start today with loves decision and he looked surprised retirement spark shot anx sadness bad taste booze and rather predictably vilification of the game that made him rich and famous the new york times couldn't resist using luck to further. It's exaggerated narrative that football paul leaves a large portion of its combatants broken writing quote the debate overload retirement comes amid a reckoning over the long term health complications many retired tire football players face including brain trauma and suicide. The times quoted u._s._a. Today columnist dan walking. Who wrote do you want to spend several more years' putting your body through the brutality of the n._f._l. Or do you wanna take the freedom. You've earned and do something else. That won't put your long term health at risk knowing what we know now about football anyone who criticised player for choosing the ladder comes off like a troglodyte whose grasp of humanity runs deeper than what to call on third third and three but it wasn't just the media that came for football over the weekend the key over the weekend the kena damaging the brand of any successful business is to convince the people benefiting the most from the business to hate it and to speak against former n._f._l. Tight end martellus bennett tweeted football doesn't care about players. I players are starting to realize that more and more the game gets what it needs from you. Then moved on now that players are getting what they need from the game and moving on it's effing up up the ecosystem after earning millions of dollars and transforming their lives and the lives of their family members. We need more n._f._l. Players to f. up the ecosystem estimate the n._f._l. Let's burn down in the memory of andrew. Luck never mind the fact andrew. Luck doesn't appear to have any interest in burning football to the ground. Luck is a legacy football player. His dad played n._f._l. His dad is the commissioner of the new x._f._l. Luxy genuinely heartbroken saturday night about about leaving the game for my point of view lux retirement at the age of twenty nine is an indictment of the game or andrew luck. It's a statement about how much more affair the n._f._l. Has become thanks to the influx of television money forty years ago. Luck would have had far more difficult choice to make about retirement ramin. Fran tarkenton was the highest paid quarterback at around three hundred fifty thousand dollars o._j. Simpson was the highest paid player at about eight hundred thousand thirty two years ago. The forty niners paid joe montana one point three million dollars in seven seasons. Luck earn nearly a hundred million dollars. He you had the option to retire because the game has been good to him. Financially had he played during his father's ear. He would likely continue rehabbing every injury until the moment. The colts decided they no longer wanted him. Lux retirement is a positive story for football illustrates how the reward to the modern n._f._l. Justify the risk how escalating salaries give the player's leverage to make decisions that makes sense for them the average n._f._l. Salary is more than two million a year the immediate n._f._l. Salaries around nine hundred thousand. What median means is that. If you bump into an area for player he's probably earning the nine hundred thousand you. You know what that means. If they had the talent the people vilifying the n._f._l. Would probably abandoned what they're doing to play pro football joining the desks. It's now or fox sports n._f._l. Analyst t._j. Who's in the n._f._l. Networks bucky brooks marcellus rolling andrew looks retirement. Say something good or bad about about the n._f._l. To answer that question explicitly it's a mixed bag says something good and bad about the n._f._l. Well let me tell you why he retired and i know this personally only from my own experiences from heaven four surgeries and three years in my prime years and for fallen off the cliff perception everyone else realizing internally internally what was really going on andrew luck retired because he finally realized he could no longer be andrew. Luck i remember when i came to realization but stories about andrew look. Let's talk about the rehab cycle. Let's talk about climbing up that mountain as soon as you get to the top you ready been eating right getting the proper rest. Go out there doing the right things on the practice i just feel and because of the thickness of the game in knocks you all the way back down to the bottom but you climb up again because you andrew luck and you do that again and again and not not only does it rob you of your joy but it robs you of your own expectations of yourself. This is not a decision that was made for everyone else. He felt that no longer cannot go out there and show example who why am in potential when you lose that when you realize that you would never have the same fastball some people wanna live their way all the way to the end zone and get paid in the process and decline line. I raised my head. Some people say enough enough already got what i wanted out of this game understand. There's some things. I wish i could've accomplished but they're never gonna be realized. Let me move on to other valuable parts of my life. I hear that and say thank god the n._f._l. Pay one hundred million dollars. Seven all the good you can get in. Get out and get paid the bad. Is this for you. I love you but the bad is if you play football or we hits back and look rob gronkowski mcaliskey is retired at a young age. Patrick willis is retired at a young age calvin johnson. Not only retired had to write a check to get up out of their barry sanders. I could go on with the list because because football hits back. This is not an indictment on football. This is a combat sport. You realize what's that fine print. When you sign that contract that said this is a great place to be when you can get any played asteroid a career and get that much money yeah. I think more people are realizing how to play the game in terms of we all talk about raising young people to be aware to have other interests outside of ball to use ball as a vehicle to elevate yourself elevate your family to put yourself in a position to do things that maybe you wouldn't be able to do if you didn't play the game. I'm andrew luck may come from a place of privilege but andrew luck also use football to give him an opportunity to go to stanford to play in the n._f._l. To walk away with one hundred million dollars the nail go pursue other interests andrew love. One andrew luck played the game the way this you're supposed to play the game enjoy the game. Do everything everything that you can do within the game but when it's time to get out get out with all your faculties and be able to go and do other things. I look as good or bad really i. It's a little bit of both if you watched that press conference man that was raw emotion like that to do that is courageous at twenty nine years old and say. I've never been in that situation like marcellus a lot of guys. I had one surgery very minor but i took plenty of shots is tom's i couldn't walk. I couldn't sleep can't cough. You can't laugh and that financial reward at the end force you do that every sunday. You take a shot monday morning you can't you can't you can't play what your kids you can't practice actes but you play on sunday and so when you see him crying in that roy emotion he had been pushed to the limit. It was like really don't want to retired but i have no choice. My body's telling me to retire. I'm not having fun because all i'm doing is rehabbing. I can't even enjoy the game because of the pain and i'm in and so for me i wash that takes a lot of courage man and get up during dude et twenty nine but when you have one hundred million dollars it makes it a lot ninety years because if he didn't have one hundred million still ball he would've rehabbing. We're like i'm gonna see what i can do with his rehab and i'm gonna keep going but when you had that type of nest egg so to speak it makes it a lot and the thing that i'd never hear from the people that always look for every opportunity to talk about how bad football is and particularly his former players. I never hear any of them say you. You know what i wouldn't have played football. If i can do it all over again and particularly the guys they'd have made some money and really nice things for themselves and their families. I never heard anybody. Anybody say. I wouldn't have done it so again. I think there was a time particularly when there was no information about a c._t. Brain trauma whatever particularly wind guys were working other jobs during the off season the risk far outweigh the reward. We're starting to see some balance in that and that's why again. I look at his retirement at twenty nine. I look at it as a positive story for the n._f._l. You can get out wean you wanna get out and still have received a nice financial reward. If you're at andrew luck or hell most of the players now yeah but people you don't understand the deep frustration you have when you step on the field and you're not yourself dig about what t._j. Was saying the day-to-day moments that are rob opt not only in your personal life but in your practice and your crafts i remember the second surgery i had back surgery and had the ball out your contract. Thank you got my ten and a half sacks. Did it for financial incentives. Next year. Got very broke my foot before the first game now they're trying to validate. This big. Contract didn't practice at this one day. The entire season made the pro bowl in my mind. I'm tricked. I'm thinking i could go to any wall but you know what i was doing. Rob myself itself because i wasn't working on my craft process because i couldn't practice. Andrew luck is smart. He's realizing these numbers look great but guess what's going to happen. Sooner or later later found out to invest in every single day. Y'all go smoke me when i come out here though twenty one interceptions only twenty three smokey and you're not gonna realize i can't hit the gas anymore so before that mummy moment comes and y'all destroy who i am my investment in his game and my legacy tap out and i understand the frustration my only regret my career is that i didn't redshirt just one day just say stop. Pause get your body back. I got your body. You ain't got a chance edgy. Look realized it your andrew luck realizing and i think he walked away. I think the one thing that we all have regardless of the money that comes along with it. There's a level of pride in your play pride and your performance and if andrew look talks talked about man. I don't have my fastball and he knows it. He knows when he's on the practice field the throws that he used to make with these if he's struggling to do that. You have to put more into it. He knows that he's not the same employer and some guys and i was courageous. Some guys would rather walk away then to continue to be a lesser version of themselves. I applaud him. If that's highveld going through the process we don't i don't want to address the fans bullying. We're going to do that in about an hour or personal with me. I'm a colts. I'm from indianapolis nabbed him but anyway. I do want to ask you all as former n._f._l. Players teammates. Anybody have a problem with him calling. It quits two weeks before the season no problem at all. Let me tell you this. If you got a problem with andrew luck right now doing this then you don't understand when it hits you it hits you. This is something that you're contemplating but you're trying to dismiss. I went to the same process. I wanted to retire. Darren woodson cowboy great talk me into staying. Here's i man you gotta stay for a._b._c. Brother keep going. This is an opportunity of a lifetime once going it's going so i don't have a problem with it but it is funny. Reading tea leaves out there they everyone's except andrew luck's decision isn't a rages an amazing but when dave is the second game at halftime try and his history and no matter what i'll say is accepting andrew luck y'all better give bonte davison apology immediately and then you hypocrite four so. I don't know if you're upset about it. If you're in that building you've seen what he's gone through and people don't even talk when you're in his situation the rehab in the pain. How is it affecting his personal life with his wife and his family. I mean he's probably going home like leave me alone. I wanna talk chicken and so so that could play a part two teams. They had to have seen like oh think he don't play this year. <hes> when you when you went into locker room and you see him in a training room and you see him trying to throw on the side during practice wants immediately. I don't think he's gonna play this year so when he retires. You're probably like wow two weeks before the season but you had the inkling because you've seen this process of him trying to get back. I just wondered when he first started. Contemplating retirement was there before the draft was doing o._t._a.'s not as in minicamps like when did he first begin the process of you know. I don't know if i really want to be out here because inkling win. Jacoby percent is the backup quarterback back and then they start chad kelly in a preseason game. We knew we knew there because i'd just wonder from a team planning standpoint did he have those conversations like man. I don't no no because we've seen those guys talk about like eight. He's talked about it a little bit but you would just like to be able to plan to design because now you don't have an opportunity really build a team around you sit net. He's you're starting. Quarterback got a guest to that first of all this talk about this team concept when my medical staff is misdiagnosed or not knowing which way is up and i'm not blaming those guys because i don't know who's in that rule but i will say this without proper diagnosis. There is no prognosis how we fix. It's this it went from my calf to ankle to milord leg tomb afoot. It's a moving injury and this is not my first time. Have an issue what you leonard page agent wilander anyone. This is how it feels so kawhi leonard looked at mistrust he said i don't know what you guys are doing with my body. Oh second opinion and it did andrew luck is sitting there like y'all say what and i fix this and then you said go here and then go there after a while whack-a-mole gets tiring and then he's stuck here and correct me if i'm wrong or anyone disagrees but this was. This is my feeling about football every day but game day once you start playing college football. I think leaving football crosses your mind every day game. The hardest is lured to play and again. I love the sport but the whole preparation cycle the whole for me. The whole afford toy in coaching coaching construct was the struggle for me. Jason is hot. It will destroy it really depends on when you started playing <hes>. I started playing football late my senior ho into and saw okay. I'd never had that it. It really depends on when you started playing with gray for me and of you large that early seven seven seven eight. I think the moment is struck me in the middle of a preseason game. We're about to run out on kickoff and i just remember having man. I really don't wanna get hurt busting this wit and i knew then is over and even though you're trying to kickoff i was like i gotta go straight talk and i just remember being like in literacy battle debase the raiders nine and i'm going to raise. I'm like man. I really am not trying to be locking doors and got a split ed and at that point is over and even though you trying to hang your aunt can can. I just get through this year you can. I just make this cheese for the year and then i'll be good. I knew when you're done up when you start having those thoughts. It's where you open opened the door to start to weigh the risks. When you awake into was really going on to your body until your world. That's when you in the process of retiring and it happens to like you said every day i went out with him. I do it but then you get lost in this awesome adrenaline and i'm like oh good this but every day there's a question mark gateways is great. Oh hell yeah the rest of the day for everything else. Retired football season is coming up quick and dr of kings the leader in one day fantasy football is celebrating with huge week one contest it all starts when chicago and green bay kick off the season but they thursday nights single-game <music> game showdown contest and two point five million and total prizes up for grabs new users who sign up today on draft canes using code speak will receive a free. We shot at the one million dollar top prize. Nothing asked to the excitement of watching the game quite like having a shot at a one million dollar payday draft. You're single game showdown. Oh down lineup and feel the sweat like never before it's simple distracts it flares from the season opener. Stay under the salary cap and see how your team stacks up against the competition. 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It sounds like the team still isn't quite ready to let him go with owner. Jim irsay saying he doesn't rule out the possibility that luck will return to football fall neither do i. I think he's gonna sit for two years <hes> <hes>. I don't think he's returning annapolis though i picture him in a cowboys uniform performed anyway i'm just i don't. I don't think he's dumpling. Ooh i was gonna fill addiction debt. Is that one of the yeah. I know the cowboys we're in x._f._l. Alchemy here walk me here. This was his dues going to do. He's rishard. Obviously he's done retire. We call them now. I call it a richer because i've been in that position before you go recalibrate the body one day. It's going to feel pain free he goes well and and then you know how it goes thanksgiving gonna roll around little turkey bowl which uncle when your cousins but yeah yeah wait a minute and then you're going to say we check his birth certificate again. Let me call dead. He's working for the x._f._l. Commissioner hey dad how would it land. If i came out there became one of the starting quarterbacks exit fail. Oh he'll blow this league up not saying he's going to do that but i think andrew looks go retire as he did. Redshirt fill his body and i think the story aligned. He's going to return to maybe to x._f._l. To help pops out which will be amazing story but i think football is still in his future. You think is gonna be tough for him. I i do believe you. You hit the nail on here. When you talk about winnie feels good. We need healthy again. He doesn't have the pain. I think he's miss it. He's gonna miss being around it and heaven happened. He goes to a game in person when he's feeling good and he sees it and he gets to crowd and all that other stuff because at the end of the day we all ego maniacs we all gladiators we all love love walking into arena and filling the adulation of the crowd he is going to miss that part of it and so we'll see if he can replace it with something else outside of the ball but typically the only thing that makes you feel good about it is ball and i think he's gonna find his way back to yeah i. I don't believe he's done plan x._f._l. The n._f._l. won't allow that to happen. He's he's on a contract with the colts. They would have to release him in okay him that twenty five million irsays now. Let him go so what's n._f._l. Or nothing he's going to miss n._f._l. He's going to miss <unk> sundays if he can get his body healthy in the next six to nine months and like marcella said i'm thirty years old i can still get out here and play go get with some doctors that eh our which you day and night to make sure you can get healthy just for quality of life and then once you realize like oh man i got out the bed and then i ain't feel no pain. I haven't felt like this. Wow i'm going to start working out low harder. Let me start taking some drops and throwing the ball. Oh let me see if i can play. I do believe that time is gonna come and i think we'll see them. Play again. I think that part of his calculus and again. I don't know andrew luck from adam but he's relatively newly married. I think he's gonna get his body right spend some real quality time with his wife his new wife because that's another one of the sacrifices particularly at the quarterback position or you're the first in last out. You're basically at assistant coach. You sacrifice a lot of things relationship wise when a kid is oliver. Luck son went to stanford this. This kid sees the whole big picture of life. He's not just a football meathead like a lot of us were and so. I think he's going to take two two years. I don't think it's going to be next year. I think two years he's coming back to the n._f._l. Either coach or someplace else wherever the n._f._l. Needs because okay. I'm kind of optimistic about what jacoby percents going to be so. I'm not which dead certain that he's just gonna walk back into the co situation again. He super super town. That's not me saying he's got more talented kobe percent but but again i think he's thought this through and again. They put out some story like he'd started talking about. There's ten days ago or whatever i. I don't buy that kind of huge decision. I don't think there's ten day decision. I think he's put a lot of thought into this and has a game implant in his mind. That certainly doesn't close the door to him coming back. Yeah i think what you said combine with a book he was saying there's going to be an inflection point. There's is gonna be a moment where this art changes and it's going to change lease foresee this when he looks at someone in this league at the quarterback position gaetan written enormous amounts of love and he knows that that dude is less than who he is at that moment think about it when you're sitting at home or you're at the game and you watch do out there getting you like that's what it is. That's going to be almost quarterback legal where he is right now injured but i what i think my cell is and this will sound like a joke but i'm being dead serious when he finds out that no no you know what football is the thing i'm best at. He's going over the next year or two. He's gonna go try all all these different things. Is that the best. This is a dude. Who's a member of a book club very quirky. I do know him in the debt intellectual like you see the big picture. When you see the big picture richard you realized football doesn't take you to the top of mountain. It's a means to an end to get the top in our world. Where else can you get that type of competition for competitive people that type of back and forth and me versus. You can't valley us. Let's put five oliver luck son. He's got one of the greatest he's a tremendous athlete and he was mitt to play football and i think again he's going to go out and do a bunch of other things and and agree the punchline of this joke. It's like me and gambling. I'm always trying under replace it but it's in time my mother and father put it in me and eventually i can go on strike from vegas would eventually i'm gonna creep back out there. I hear you roger. Starbuck comes to mind though there was a day whereby told him he was meant to play football and then that sucker went out there postal baller. Let's say you should always meant to play football and there are many success stories like that especially starting from where he started from in mindset and privilege and scope this do is like twenty nine when he no. He wasn't but guess what his successes are greater post than they were pre while he was playing. I bet you amazon is playing football. Though that's phone sundays we miss anything. A heartbroken colts man made her this weekend and it's kind of interesting that you said you'd think he might going back to the cowboys. My man jerry jones has some comments about look post football career and somebody has some highest racing saying that he hopes look becomes president of the u._s. One day i wanted to ask you guys. What do you think andrew would do if he's really done with football. You know what i can see him. Get then the politics yeah. He's a thoughtful guy. That clearly has the courage of his convictions of you willing to stand up in front of everybody. I'm i'm retired in two weeks before the season <hes> yeah i i could see that <hes> you know it's not the craziest suggested in the world yeah look his dad ran for congress. I lost in west virginia so i don't know if that's something that actually fuels your fire or is negating debt because you saw what happened with your father look if he i did try to run for any office paid manny right now and say oh hell no. You ain't still in my shot again. I'm gonna beat you for real. That's it. I think this guy's gonna return to the simple. Things demanded things that are valuable to him <hes> and express a his view on those things and kind of grow from there look. I think more talked about his many interests. He talked about book club la. He graduated with degree in architecture. I think he's going to explore those things because that's what you naturally do because we all think we wanna be something when we're done playing and maybe it is something that we develop a passion for. I think he was speaking at least a year exploring those things before he determines man you know i really missed football or i really felt something that i really like in one of those outside interest away from ball if he doesn't come back to football. He's going to be a family man. Whatever he majored in like you said in architecture is very well known that he's a avid book reader <hes> but i i just see him being a family man if he doesn't get back involved in football some capacity. You can't just take a back seat and be a family his dad being commissioned x._f._l. N._f._l. He could take off t._j. Who's madonna buckey brookshire bat as moved to oakland. We're in tonio brown. Helmet sandra appears to finally be over the diva receiver lost his second grievance with the league over the weekend and his agent drew rosenhaus now says that the receiver has has put the helmet issue behind him added. The brown has already received multiple endorsement endorsement offers from companies that want to build a custom helmet for a._b. <music> are this confirms what i believe from the helmet fiasco was it was a hoax. Oh it's ending just as the third preseason gainey win a lot of credit for being super smart known do just wanted to avoid training camp training camp this into the third preseason game to one of the real real players play in just ended and now poof. It's over one. You have to play that card to do. This could just vet rules coach. What's up. You know the guy you do. You think the hardest worker in our sport. Can we work something. He didn't even play that car because he had a great case. This was not hoke show. He caught the n._f._l. With their pants tale but you know what happened initially we destroy the message because we didn't respect the messenger so abia sitting there saying something like hold on this n._f._l. Has a rule that gives a transitional year to a helmet so for that one year they're allow you to be out there would hazard. They did a aw. That's why if we got brain issues and this helmet is supposed to be safer why not immediately we have to convert who gives a year of potential. Get your brain dead. Rondo voice guys like eight k. all up saying is the unintended consequences which actually positive in this case were the sponsorship. You were the loss of practice in in training camp but that wasn't the initial in tip. The initial intent was sincere to his heart and he had a great case but no one was listening to him plus. He lost both grievances who is involved with both grievances. Hey i got a problem with you but you know what. I want you to make sure that i'll have my favorite is it's almost impossible to win these cases. He knew this but he still had a great. I mean i just think it was a lot of just another distraction like we're talking about the helmet and issue. I came to be doing like mini camps and stuff like that. We're talking about o._t._a.'s like we should have been done with this before training camp the fact that we're talking about an old owed him. I mean we're talking about an old nineteen. Years is not safe like i just can't understand why you'd be that attached to your helmet when you can have better better technology stuff. They're really protection. If you really about playing this game for launch. It's a hoax. I don't know the new helmets don't look good. They big philly monet's when you notice. How are we really try to the way you in college. You gotta wear kneepads ipads. You'll get to the league buck. You ain't got slow. Don't be down. I'm taking them off yeah. It really is not slowing them. Helmets look big. They look heavy and you like. I wanna stay with my helmet because i ball. I drop in a new helmet in the helmet. I couldn't pick the ball quicken so you don't make every excuse so i i get that point now the hoax we give him a lot of credit said wow aw that's a lot of thought now is the positive that country man you got kids and when they wanna do they not come up with some elaborate men. This was elaborate like i mean this is a long. It'd be no smarter than your kids. Laver average skiing out of stuff speaking of your kids. They have security blanket speaking of adults. We also have security blankets. I can't go to walis which you would just say my table like a lot is when opened on cable. They gotta be hoaxer. I i just got a security blakey and it's only three things that are part of your equipment. That matters you helmet your shoulder pads and your cleats sit everything else. We try to run track out out there. We'll go out there and top tights if you let us so stop acting like this wasn't something of merit. He just is not the proper messenger because the likability if if people don't think he's deep enough but he had a great case. It's just bad timing most how i listened to virtually anybody that has more than three years in the n._f._l. Thing only training camp got training camps aways preseason the ways but why isn't it obvious obvious that that is the narrative care him anyway. They're going to take care of him anyway whether number one they needed him. They need him during the regular season. They not going to risk him getting hurt. They see they're going to take care him anyway. You think jon gruden didn't want a._b. On the practice feel you during training field. I'm sure a b. one at the practice. Would you think he's you know he worth practice wings affect his bottom line. Targets catches touchdowns. Let me get him out there on that practice field and this will blow your mind but it's true. I like to work out. Oh god i'd other stairmaster in my living room in my apartment. I like to work also have a membership to equinoxes. I don't go to equinox very very often because i don't like working out with other people. Maybe loves to work out with a b and do a._b. Wants to do but when you injected objected coach. I like a trainer anybody else into the equation. That's what i wanna do a let me and so if the rain is gonna say a._b. Set up a whole new practice field for you over here. Do what you wanna do come in at three o'clock before the team meeting. He would would have been good in a structured environment. Were there other adults out this in do this do that. Cut right we needed. He doesn't like that's what him and big ben got. Cross ways about him called him out about a bad route. He threw a transformation practice and wants to walk in and out of practice a b doesn't like structure and if he can do something to avoid having to deal with structure and any authority figure he's gonna do we just give him credit for this elaborate plan elaborate this whole so to speak and then say he's not smart enough to know. I need to get on the field with derek. A car is timing cohesiveness because i need their car. Thank you if i don't perform. They say they're going to bring up all this <hes> none and ah oh it was the helmet. It was the feet are you. What do you think a. b. Things if it doesn't work oh he thinks it's them not hill. Is their your car. One hundred check my resume. I put it down from central michigan to right here in the n._f._l. You can check my numbers all the way back to high school so it has to be their card his mind at this doesn't go right. Look i'm going to tell you this and i want everyone to reset their minds. We know that he wasn't the only one had a problem. I'm with this so i understand everyone killing a._b._c. because the likability or lack of respect but tom brady aaron rodgers had an issue as well but they didn't follow through like a b. but you know who did i have this issue and made a big stink of it and no one's mentioned in their name joe staley and joe staley said because of safety concerns he swiss helmets. He said i understand why he'd be had had a problem with it. I switch helmets and guess what happened. What else which elvis is slid down the face and broke. My nose broke his nose then he's like. I'm going back to school. There are people on record who understand his exact plight now. Put your money where your mouth is is a different example of how far you want to go with this but a._b._d. It he put his money where his mouth is. It was about this sponsorship makes it a hoax. He paid money for lawyers to fight a case twice just to get a helmet sponsorship. Do you know that the sponsorship category of helmets that cass county doesn't exist in the category of helmets mazal shifts komo lot av has has may seventy eighty million dollars. He don't mind blowing fifty thousand dollars to miss <music> all of training camp. It was worth it to him. He could have missed it without paying. Gruden is board man. How many times i gotta say we need need a be out here. We want to be out here. We want to work on time plays. I drew up for santa claus road. Yeah i get that hey guys this jason whitlock and i'm here to tell you about new. 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Analyst jim jackson time now for darnold question of the day yeah. Let's move the team u._s._a. Basketball a lot of trouble putting together ross for this year's row coke okay show this weekend the team australia slamming their seventy game international missionary. They bounce back today though with a win over canada what would ask you guys. Should we be concerned. I'm sorry about team u._s._a. Heading into the world cup yeah. I think they're gonna lose. An australian. Thing is a warning sign and and that's not me eh blaming anybody or anything but i just think they have a very tough chore team this not overly talented and and because it's not the olympics i just think the urgency and the emphasis and the focus won't be there and going to get called slip look they may get cost cost living by this australian team popovich even thought hey man they could win this tournament easily but they still played them just a few days before and beat them by sixteen now. Don't forget this right and i mean respectively. This is our j._v. team as you talked about the olympics so i think they're not in trouble. This is a situation where we know we didn't put out our best talent but still we are talented enough to win this but there are other teams like australia. Zoning airbase joe ingles della vedova patty mills the n._b._a. Squad that has chemistry together so let's not act like we can mail it in but i still think that we can win. I think they'll struggle feel picking favorites. They'll struggle at times because a continuity annuity issue is here plus. They don't have players outside of kimba and key situation that just go get it into the shot clock. You just really wanna put it. In the hands up james harden kevin durant. I think the bigger picture though you touch sonus about the olympics a lot a big reason why a lot of these guys wanna play big name. I'm players is not the olympics fiba world championship not the same status also these games later in the year so they finish up in september number not giving you enough time to play. I mean to get your body ready for camp. Whereas the olympics is over in august so now you have a rest period the training camp which makes it a lot more easier for the big name players to justify starting july and august yeah they split with australia <hes> they beat number to spain and this is just a warm up tour of it so. I don't think they're they're in trouble. They're still the favourite so we just gotta ride that oh i got here. I want to move on to another team. Some roster problems my lakers. Marcellus blues boogie code. It is for the white our center with the former labor convincing the team that he had hit rock bottom changes ways on and off the court. Do you guys think the wyk will last the whole season. I do i do and i'm gonna tell you why. I think it's carmelo anthony. I i think carmelo being out of the lee will shake up a guy like the white light this could be over and it could be over before i wanted to be and so if i don't come in here and rebound and block shots and try to do anything besides that and they give up on call me and do a ten day deal like they deal with carmelo. There may be no coming back you've just written off and so i think he's gonna come in rebounds down and block shots. Which is the way again. He's doing this at the end of his career should've played this way as entire career which they're carmelo gives you perspective because you realized they are here sniping bona fide hall of famers so if they go get him what they can do to me and i think this knowledge eagles survive here to tell you he's going to thrive in this situation this do who was walking around hurt seventeen twelve seventeen thirteen and that's the starters injured now you put them against the second team to white howard who's humbled and focus those go eat often these kids out there and i think his assists in the right place he just has has to go out there and let his game speaking because if he left his reputation for seat him a lot of people are not going to believe him today. See it on the court by answer is yes he. He survives and there are a number of different factors. I think of why he gets through this season one lebron james and the different dynamics of the lakers now you can't compare last time and when he was here with kobe because he still felt he was the guy and kobe was on his way out so that you know you can't compare those who secondly ourselves i heard you talking about this with andrew luck going through the injuries and trying to figure out who you were going to be as a player in two you look at yourself in the mirror yourself in realize it's not the same guy and you come come to that emission then you always troubled identity because you still trying to be who you thought you were gonna be right no matter what people say no matter how much your game as derailed a little bit came income off track you still don't believe in to you come to that realization and maybe what's happened with dwight howard through the through the years especially in washington and now you know getting getting bought out by memphis and having the backing we have a non guaranteed contract you talking about a guy that was potentially talked about being assuring for the hall of fame. All of these things happen so now you've come to this point. He said it in the past. I know him changing yeah but it feels different this time yeah well to me. Carmelo mellow makes it feel different because he's watched the entirely say thanks but no thanks to one a an all time great player the thing that that does worry me though is even those contracts nine guarantee man to white how is made like two hundred and some million take time your bank account. Is that full you can snap at any moment you that's what they call it f you money and he's got it in spades eight and so if if lebron james goes passive aggressive on him over social media or anything like that it could trigger rigger dwight howard may two levels here one to production of our waseda. He's gonna eat on the court against backups do thirty thirty game last here like let's not forget who to why our can be to. Let's talk about the psychology which you just talk about. The bank account holiday influences your behavior. I was listening n._b._a. Dues yesterday. I'm not gonna say their names as because the stories about the white and is what they said may is interested in. I want to hear your pushback jimmy. They said don't belittle the fact that he was with kobe and that went solve that it can go south again. Lebron is as demanding as kobe is in terms of hey. Maybe that'd be a professional kobe does it with a different energy would a different expression but they say lebron still looking at you like show up or else so i wonder. Do you think that's ascona coming into play. You think this is different. It's gone but in reality. He just walked into the situation. Loboda aging star using it's almost over lebron is tough to play with in terms of what he expect from you and everything that comes with it okay but i think with dwight howard now. I wanna say he's learned. I really do when you say that and i wanna see he's mature but it's not easy playing with a superstar guideline lebron. I don't care who it is. If you've sixteenth man he ain't got sixteen player coming off. Do <music> is extremely hard to live up to his expectations but if he wants and that's dwight howard any kind of if he wants to salvage it's in his career. Now is the time that he can do it because he's in l._a. He's going to be in the spotlight. He's only going to be playing eighteen to twenty minutes. Okay so now now. You're able to come in and add so much more value in now. You're going to be perceived differently especially. If the knicks team is accessible by the role you've ever come off the bench and his entire entire life and now got a million dollars in a new world where we go further. I wanted to defend offend football fans in my hometown of indianapolis being blasted for allegedly booing andrew luck in the moments after news broke. The coach quarterback were retired. Take a listen. Ah if happiness is indeed based on expectations so was unhappiness if you buy season tickets expected any super bowl run or expecting to watch one of the best quarterbacks in the n._f._l. And you find out two weeks before the season opener there will be no super bowl run or top five quarterback. How would you react the moment you found out would you would you more than likely express. Some form of disappointment. Boyne is not ideal but it's understandable especially if you have any understanding of the colts history colts fans perhaps unjustifiably feel like they've been lied to andrew. Andrew luck has has practiced three times since april and now after all the season tickets have been sold after families have built their fall budgets around the colts games and coastal gates. Luck is retiring colts. Fans fill intentionally misled. They don't trust the leadership of the organization starting at the very top with owner jim irsay you say this weekend. Football analysts guru warned shar broke down over twitter and in a story on his website sharp football analysis dot com how exactly how the coach organization ruined andrew looks playing career sharp blamed former coach general manager ryan grigson for causing injury riddled little stretch grigson failed to put the necessary pieces around look particularly on the offensive line sharp lives in d._c. Colts fans watts grayson's acheson's incompetence up close. They witness grigson. Give up a first round. Pick for cleveland's failed running back trent richardson. They washed earth say overlook and rationalize allies brixton's incompetence up close. They were baffled when say both grigson and then head coach chuck pagano contract census was clear the two couldn't work together together over the last half century coastal ship has made one good decision when they took over the team in one thousand nine hundred seven after his father bob died died. Jim hired legendary executive bill polian poli undrafted peyton manning and eventually hired tony dungy the cultural the n._f._l.'s wayne this franchise for a decade since firing polian in two thousand eleven and replacing him with grigson. Jim irsay has morphed into his father who was one of the worst owners in n._f._l. History coach fans lie jimmer say personally he's committed apples community and he's well intentioned but they don't trust an owner who has had off filled issues related to drugs. Coach fans did not boo andrew luck. They booed the conclusion of a messy and disappointing andrew drew luck. Era bucky brooks t._j. Who's manzana are back marcellus. Do you have an issue with coach fans. Will we andrew up i do. It's not evolve aw thinking it's not an emotional response and even though i say that i understand where they were coming from but this one hit me even deeper dan when the raptors fans were booing k. d. because at least the raptor fans were born against the opponent. These coats fans eating their own and it's sad because as you look had to go on record say i'd be lying if i say i didn't hear it hurt i'll be honest it hurt and it's immediately that i go to the conditional love that exists between fans and players and that's why i always you know me. I'm a nice guy always out there signing autographs cool with him but i always knew the conditions. This fickle isn't a thin line between love and hate and i'm never fooled by but i'm always gonna give to it and he's fans did one of the things that i see fans do all the time which disgusts me even though unnoticed an investment to be a fan and i know look at my hotel is six in the morning respect to you to step outside your eager for something else. That's not even you respect but don't you ever put the cart before the horse. Don't you ever think that your perspective and your plans for me is greater than my plan for myself and edgy look put himself first and people can't can't get a line of respect that immediately it was a mob mentality response which is usually not evolved usually is just group dot and they went with a primal reaction because if they were scared. Why don't you get angry because you fear hopelessness or just disappointment. I wanna i wanna hear about chopin right now. The pain is trump in your pain in this moment but i understand why people do it but i wouldn't have been one of the ones. I've been that one guy that one section standing in applaud claude most. I think there was a handful of people that bu-but go here. I'm really disappointed in a response. I mean if you really care about andrew. Luck as you say you do as a fan then you certainly they should be empathetic and sympathetic to his flight guys been heard to last four years. He came back gave us all have his best season of his career. A season ago and look has another injury at least wait take the time to hear his response why he's elected to retire before just having a point it's in the moment moment i'm sure once they got all the context we know how to act like we just randomly go places and just start booing. It may take bobby. Brown admitted needed to get his nope. We don't just start blowing their. Nobody's going get it. It's the same thing with andrew luck of andrew luck this day. Let him have his time before you just get all upset. Hey i don't have a the problem with it. I really don't have a problem with the fans barnum because that's what they felt in that moment the mo- their fans in so they care about one thing the indianapolis indianapolis colts when they hear andrew luxury tiring and they see him walking off the field. Their first reaction was the blue. I don't have a problem with it because they were hurt in now when they sit there fans of the colts saw they were more hurt on your shoulder you know well fans when their team's losing awesome act like they care more players cared they added an active active fans are now the majority of those fans if they can sit back now and look back and i'm sure they wouldn't do but in that moment the natural reaction. We're not going to be good this year. I've never been to a place and just boo boo. I wanted to add this. You guys all know man. There's such a thin line between love and hate you eddie you love. I know it you can flip to hate real. Quick yeah yeah but you gotta give me something that makes me flip and if i tell you look i have to tap out because i'm not myself. I can't be myself look. I'm here because of talent in front of them and it's a rash snap decision. We just getting this now so oh you can't wait. That's why i said it's not that evolved thinking because if you you understand andrew lucked love this game and look how good he is the kind of vested he is if he says this used to say pause emotion. I'm along. Those fans have some drinks no alcohol box name. I i mean your team. Loses had people literally will just be mad in the playoffs after a team loses. They played other justify t._j. Down to i'm going to in los angeles justifies it but you have to understand. That's a natural reaction from fan. That's that's what it is. Now where you mad of course he was mad. He might not be but he was upset. I'm i'm not reluctant to admit you guys are all better looking at me. You haven't been dumped. Take off and we've just tell you when you get dumped. Does she may have habits. He may have the greatest explanation. It's not you. It's me in that moment and things you regret annoying a week later. You want what she was seeing man. I'll be the t._v. And i didn't even know they got only but i have been disenfranchised. I know fans are fanatics. Addicts are respect that but this is how incised when after a season ticket holder banquet and everybody got all the money invested ready for the jacksonville ville jaguars and then they go up to my man byron left would say of god bless you for a minute when they cut when they cut a guy in that moment and it's late and it's midnight hour. I just say hey it takes two to tango and was good for the goose is good for the gander. Y'all got to get along lana understand that one. These players come first to themselves and i get that you had this crazy. That's one hundred percent. The jail not not looking edit like teen if their team comprised of your investment that they thought if you come to dinner like man they serve in state they may come and serve view the greatest chicken ever but if you came expecting state you boo and who am i the damn straight and so they came. They're like man. We settled in for a super bowl. We're going to make a run. Andrew lucked the teams finally here blah blah and then all of a sudden a tweet from adam schefter comes out that destroys your season and then you look down andrew luck aw blue. I respect it because i know that's what the reality is but you know what's funny. Andrew luck was damned if he did damned if he if he doesn't tap about and then he had a bad season. They don't make the super bowl run. You rather see that issue. Trot tried what i'm not myself so you want to kill him. If he tries tales or you go if you want to go out there and try as you're saying at that moment right now we just get this news where emotional we're going to. We're not saying all we want you to go out there and play. We're saying we're just so hurt by insane. People booing him saturday night. I think it was saturday. Night was showing love today today the exact same p buffet who thought about it and they'll say they seem to be service thanking they serve chicken. They would want his autograph in the picture and say thank woodlock and wildly t._j. Sodden buckey brookshire back us moved to dallas. The cowboys just played yet another preseason game without ezekiel elliott who is still working out down in kabul but zeke made some headlines today with an article in maxim that dropped the culture reportedly from july but still references much-publicized hold out telling the magazine that he's worth every penny. He's demanding saying quote until until the very recent deal with todd gurley. I think there was an under value of the running back but with guys like girly getting drafted so high then me and now guys like saquon barkley getting drafted in the first round. I think we've done a great job of bringing back. The value of the position showing the importance of the running back are the question here is things thinks zeke's holdout will drag on this gave me no new indicators of that because zeke doesn't have the power jerry jones does <hes> if you think about what zeke was saying none of that was profound talking about who's great in the league whose gotten pay everything was of record when he talked about the thing that i caught was the love affair with him and dak prescott now. This was in july he was talking about. We'll look at the combination. How many times article he talked about daqing. I now listening to you over the months talking about this negotiation how they're gonna try and pry them apart. It was interesting for him to couple them together and it's funny how this is going to land with jerry jones because if you want to join at the hip would deck jerry already shot i shop oh. Y'all want to be need a duo or trio. Would amari cooper. I shot jailed smith. I told you i am i going to get a deal done an angle bacon so now i wonder he threw the first pitch and it was a softball with deck including his next pitch coming in hot down the middle without deck. We'll see how zeke fills in this moment berina marinas article. All it made me think is jerry still on you which i think the holdouts gonna continue because he's talking about bringing the value of the running back back. He's gotta sit it out and get an enormous contract to make that happen right now. All the letter to cowboys. They don't have to do anything with zeke. Zeke has two years on the zeal. There's no reason for them to re address sweden his damn what else did but they can play that out. The only leverage swings back to zeke wants to regular season starts. Zeke is going to have to miss them games so they can feel the pinch without him. If he's willing to do that then yes. He can get his money. You can get the deal that he wants but he's gonna have to do very much like emmitt smith to do. He's going to have to show them. How valuable oh. I am by not being there. I don't see this dragging on the cowboys. Have a chance to have a special season when you have in this. This is not every year ear when you have a chance to have a special season you. You can't mess this up with visit. The cowboys will have to blink. They're going to have to blink. You can't afford to say we got a chance to do something special but we on a house over this paying and what jason just they need him very important. He's the most important piece piece of this puzzle right here because a games are they go through him. The play action goes through him. He doesn't come off the field unless he's tired and so when you have a chance for a special season you can't risk it but what about all the issues that we have because we're acting like so if zeke had a clean character record like deck prescott since he interleague then it wouldn't be a problem now. The issue with districts victim says you can't come to me demanding stuff when i'm always having to go to bat for you to protect you your care to stop middle record now and it's bad time for him his right now whether you keep coming to the table now's not the time. That's why i go back to. I think the holdouts else gonna drag on who i think he wants to be. A part of establishing more value for the running back position. He's put himself in a position negotiating shading wise where the only way to get that contract he wants is to missed some games and demonstrate his true value and so i go by things zeke's hold our drag along remiss quote yeah do this dragon on because zeke has to blink like you got two years minimum under the contract and two years potentially a franchise tech and you've been you've been to knucklehead. You've been the guy that they had to bail out so in these moments that's how much leverage do you have just great and they're like yeah. Keep being great and you're gonna get that reward at the end of this process but to be so premature. I've i've been a record saying as much leverage as he hasn't production. He has no leverage in terms of jerry jones having eagerness to stand it in in front of him and say you know what this is our franchise right. He give blink blink. Show up the first lead up monday before i game it takes me a couple of weeks again football shape eight that when i do come in practice my back connoisseur he can blink it play with his own money. That's not he he. He plan with his money. He get his money because he's there well. He'll get this year but okay. I'll play it for donald. We miss anything sticking with the cowboys talking about dak prescott. Who's been looking pretty good. Do it download the mara eighty million in saturday's game against the texans that play to series and let us down what asks you guys starts to believe that can carry the cow numb. You'll only go deep. Go deep now. That's i wish we saved. We'll know matures. Tom brady from year was to say no no. He's not to say thirty five the same stuff. I d say risk. Again is a nice comparison or no. I saw it live and in person to y'all got of y'all got to remember that dak prescott like all quarterbacks that are in his tear need a defense sir. You come out to your quarterback. You had to say that that's not crazy. Quarterbacks needed defense need run game but everyone thinks that zeke's not they have no running game. Y'all know who led the league russia last year trivial anybody seattle seahawks name. They running backs good. You guys are young. Ah yes penny right and you know what a lot of them are under state even though you've got a first round here and there but back committee now the cowboys paula caller morris jackson wherever they want to do you could put it all together by committee support with the defense and guess debt uncured. Jimmy's back from kabul go. Have you got a big dummy me of the day. She definitely has got to be you. Did i hear you set up here. Say let's see it's like you going to us baker's steak restaurant they bring you chicken yeah and you boo send it back yeah. How many times within the walis what do we have. They want to bring me the checking line sale. You keep it to himself. Blue chickens otherwise the big news this this weekend was andrew. Luck retired from football the culture coming off a ten and six season and made the playoffs but with luck out they'll turn the reins over to jacoby perset the colts you end up with jimmy think the colts can win without luck always going to be tough very tough looking at this roster to way was built and we know that they have some and weapons of office eric iran in office line that said without andrew luck back there. I would bet the under in terms of making the playoffs. You got leonard on the other side. I ballin out on defense but i don't think it's going to be enough. I think they're out jimmy. Andrew luck is the wide howard football ooh number one came out with big expectations had all the skill size talent. Everyone thought he was going to be you. The next big time you know andrew was the predecessor the greatest quarterback in the history of the gay predecessor okay so if you compare peyton based off of that then yeah he's a bus can't believe dave. You just compared this man into white howard man. That's a low low white howard's katameya downfield so we're conveniently between paid dwight howard a little bit. It'd be a hall of famer don man. I'm more of a kobe fan myself me. Would you call him. What's his name mcculloch look. I'm gonna the kobe brusett fan myself. Jacoby research based off the fact on my season in age. I realized that i can only take you so far. Come a time. When you gotta go grab you wanted him quarterbacks. You know one of them names light right lavar jackson or the quan watching you know anyone got boy's name kobe. You know i think all n._f._l. Teams need to go get them. A black quarterback quarterback ain't afraid to stand in line at popeye's chickens man. Nobody's scared party. Judy knew hey if you're having a black quarterbacks just fashionable. It is kind of like that period eighties where it was just fast. Have you becky with the good hair on your just grown out of that on. If you yeah you talking about his andrew we'll be in the hall of fame. He'll know he'll be in the hall of foods shoulder snowboarding that is true. You hard on andrew luck man. He just dropped g._m._o. Like jason pierre paul lewis dan fingers off short with the glove when nobody's gonna uh-huh bursts out of cylinder damn leg and think what nobody gonan differently last but not least how about you boy orenthal utah. What did he say he could've finger on the night in question. I wanna hold pale rule the ticker go pass and say what happened. I root for the glass and the glass exploding cut my finger and i bled all over both rams lanes. Ain't nobody buying messmer get the hell on <hes> yeah ab me here for like dessert his money when we come back to that money earned lease at least he's like ezekiel. I did so back your mind. Let me let me get to my level. Radi eighty that andrew luck at a sixty three week lows a role player. He's out because i didn't erase all of of his job performance. I got him dead. I did drop them. Two points in all time greatness raised him in character raising authenticity for the way he handled it you you didn't drop his job performance zero. He's retired. I know you know his next game is his last game is new down. Last year is husband and father. You had to drop that in all time stats look. I respect the decision. I don't think the world will drop them in all tie breakers.

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Helmet Values + More Electric Pickup Trucks

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Helmet Values + More Electric Pickup Trucks

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The cars were driving Steph. Were working on. There was a there was a Senna Ayrton Senna Helmet and a Schumacher Helmet F. One helmets and There were up on. I WANNA say. Ram Maybe Bonham gooding one of the one of the one of the auctions of one often Europe. Yeah Like a couple of days ago and we have this Hammer price APP which is cool. App. It's just download it and if you're interested in an auction it'll just tell you what everything went for and I was like. Oh I'm gonNA jump online and find out what those helmets went for but hammer time doesn't do memorabilia. Yeah they don't they don't have a ton hammer. Price called Hamilton. But it's a cool for for those who are interested in Keeping up with current prices of of cars you could easily find out what four. Gt's have been trading for just hitting. This APP could follow every auction in real time. And then you can go back and you can do the searches and do the research. This is my favorite APP. It's probably my most used for me meet. You can always get always get caught up on whatever ways and the reason. The reason it's a great APP is although it's speeding up when the auction is going off sometimes. It takes a couple of days for the auction to post stuff. Sometimes state like to cook the books a little. They like to not post stuff. That didn't sell or you know what we're trying to do. The back door deal and then posted a few days later. Yeah this soul this will put it in green of it sold. I think putting red if it didn't sell but it's interesting it was The fifth I think when this auction was Paris. Armstead Abe's right and I don't know what that so the reason I'm asking is because I have some cool Newman helmets and we've talked about memorabilia and value and stuff like that and much like the race cars themselves. The the fire shoots and the helmets and that kind of stuff just didn't really. It was kind of neither here nor there so like back in the day. You WOULD WANNA get yourself a vintage Ferrari and or Mercedes Benz goal wing or something like that and then you'd go. What about the old race cars and it's like well unless it was a Ferrari. Gto or some real significant Shelby Cobra or something like that was like at Toyota CELICA TURBO. Like for one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. There's something to be like it's not worth. It's not. Who Cares Cortina with a bunch of history? It's a four banger. You know or or any of those rally cars groups. I think rally cars from the eighties or something. That's an eighties rally car. Something worth anything Japanese or something right. Lancia look who cares so that stuff never had any value. Now that's of value lot of these. You know to forty Z over three hundred fifteen grand as you know from this show. The wasn't a race car but the point is it's all that stuff the helmets the firesuits and like the memorabilia you years ago people are just like. I don't know who care so what that's it was sort of like. It's fun to collect if you can get it but it wasn't really like. I Dunno it just didn't seem like something trading for it again. It was like what the RACE CAR WAS TO THE STREETCAR. Now or a few years ago the helmet was too the race car now raise ours are more valuable and I'd have people come in there. You know a woman who's an absolute expert at this stuff and she'd look at like you know Paul Newman's racing helmet or something or Walter Payton's racing suit or something and she'd be like twenty five hundred dollars you know. I think it's worth more than that. But there's no real cops everything and then was SORTA comp world and there wasn't any calm and she was focusing more on like celebrity memorabilia and not racing memorabilia. Right right would you. Would she be able to evaluate a newman helmet and a Senate helmet or would she say? I don't know who Senate is well. The senator stuff didn't have much to it in the Schumacher stuff. Didn't have much to it. But then I was online and everything was like in Euros. But the euro not that far off the dollar but it was like estimates fifty to seventy thousand dollars or fifty five thousand eighty thousand dollars. I was like well. That's not a real money now. A few short years ago yeah. Those helmets were seven thousand dollars. Not Seventy thousand dollars. But I don't know what they ever sold for so in December a send a helmet with a signature that they believe is authentic so it wasn't even really cleared. It was estimated. This is at our. It was estimated Fifty to eighty and it sold for one. Oh Two thousand dollars. Wow so now. Last year. Schumacher Ferrari Formula. One helmet sold for sixty three thousand euros in Paris so this year. Ram was expected to get another like eighty thousand for another schumacher helmet. But it's still for twenty four thousand euros. Wow and again. The helmets are are weird. Because it's like there's like Aaron Senna war this during testing you know like I was going to comment on actual f one race You can't do like a helmet to helmet apples to apples comparison. You have to be like as Salama Helmet. Attesting helmet like is this. Is this his willow springs track helmet or is this is his well. Monaco starting home it. It's it's a lot like the cars now like an f one car just an F. One car really doesn't have a ton of value. But if won the Monaco Grand Prix now has a ton of value. So we're a champion season helmet. And and in in Chris's example the Senate helmet that one being signed was whatever however that came to be. He did his season did as race. Whatever signed it and then signed it for somebody or some charity or something and now. That's a hundred thousand dollars. What are the so that was the Schumacher or the star of Schumacher Helmet? The which one that twenty four thousand just embarrassed always going to be the last thing you talked about. That's my move. What is the Senate helmet sell for this? The Senate helmet was one or two. Oh that it then go. The research has ever said another one. That alright yeah come on by you guys are talking. I thought you had both of them. No I just have the. He didn't find the second auction. Had A second helmet. There were just right next to each other and the auction. Whatever so thought I don't again. They don't really post the results. I know that I know the website will post the auction results. But I don't know that I guess they do it for memorabilia. There is right next to each other if the same auction so showed that one sold for twenty four thousand. I guess it was a no reserve helmet because it seemed like if the estimate was whatever eighty and went for twenty four. That's a no reserve sale. Well also I. Chris probably found some article not the website. Yeah well yeah. I found one from December twenty nineteen and that was the one all right. Let's let's just try to reset here completely. If you go to the website of the auction and hit results. Then everything will come up that auction. That just happened. I got one here. This one hundred sixty two thousand euros from Oh shoot. See I click next on the the helmet and it brought me back to this. These these these are m sites are just. They're not really easy navigate. All right all right go to the results on our the. Oh five Paris or whatever and then he'll you'll see it. Yeah all right so you are driving what I just put put to bed the Dodge challenger Hell Cat redeye which is a complete animal. You saw it. Yeah wide-body and it's fun. It's insane And it was fine and then I this week on the show with with Goldberg. I had this discussion one of the things that gets me. Heated up is dealer markups especially on on vehicles that don't really need markup well but I'm a little agnostic on that subject because they feel like the market kind of will bear with the MO. Whatever the market bears those jeep gladiator that jeep that. I had out here when that thing came out the dealers were like this is going to be hot. We're getting ten thousand over sticker and GPS like Why WE'RE GONNA make as many as we need to make and there's nothing special about it you can get it and anybody that paid anything over sticker on it. Sales have slumped. And now there's nine thousand dollar incentives so now you're nine thousand under sticker on it so right like but also we'd be smarter about what we're buying with. Well the markup. Look Mike Mike kind take is if there's some Mexican and he's selling mangoes on the corner. He can say a thousand dollars and you can go. Now I'm going to the whole. Yeah but you know hill figure it out. I remember once the I guess it'd be a two thousand. Maybe one thousand ninety nine. Bmw Z eight. Yeah that's you kind of your car right like the car. Do you don't like rims but you like the car. Well the Alpina rooms that my favorite I remember going into a dealership Right over here in like universal city or whatever and that sticker on that car is probably about Bach fifty forty five buck fifty five or something like that and they're like we went to fifty. Yeah because they're like this is the new five zero five or whatever the hell that one the the ten the ten minute. No but what I'm saying is like BMW hadn't built a two seater convertible with a V. Eight in your head. They built anything like that. In fifty years you know and so this was the five of seven I think big enough and so there were like you're going to be a serious item. You know and I looked at it and I was like I don't know gotta pay out a hundred grand more than decker but now there are many cars that back in the day that you would have been smart to pay one hundred grand over sticker gladiator gladiator. But but you know the latest Ford. Gt or the first Gen Ford Gt. You'd be right about even now now the Z. A. Pretty sorry five years later that you paid it but if you hung onto it now you're getting up toward you're getting worse low surf. You paid fifty thousand over sticker. You might you might but if you've made one hundred right so basically what? I'm what I'm saying is that's a little on you. You know what I mean. When it's all on that that the the dealer embyro relationship right guys are to blame for this. Do do your homework. I mean what I'm saying is is in my world the dealers allowed to go. We want ten grand over on this gladiator. But you should know. That's not a Ferrari and it's not a Ford. Gt Jeep Yeah. I don't know that that's going to go like the Ford. Gt is going. The the McLaren Helmet went for Fifty thousand and four hundred euros at all in with the premium Let's say sold for an inclusive applicable. Buyer's fee yeah is on this on the website so the regional bell protocol initially warned testing by a Mario Andretti then repainted by bell and warned by Senator They couldn't a give them a new home at five hundred Sorry fifty thousand euros. That's still a lot of money The it's unclear all the races that sent award in but I think fifty thousand euros maybe just like fifty five thousand American or sixty thousand American. It's not that much maybe fifty five or we're pretty close in the euro department. Yeah it's it's it's a little less than fifty five thousand right. Mario Andretti and said I had the same size Mellon. I don't think they've really padded or something. They really sweated the details back then. This went like as a helmet. Here's another helmet fits. Yeah up the back when people then you know like all the time I played Pop Warner football and high school football and snowy had their own helmet or shoulder. Pads are any all junk that kept in the equipment on the batting cages. And they give you. The crowd went out of the bucket. Yeah he just walked out and they'd look at you all right. You've kind of hope that they turn around and cool pulled something with a cool face mask on it or something something. That looked fairly newish. Yeah Yeah and there was always like three pretty new helmets and yet I never got one of those electric trucks were with that we we had said there are some news on electric trucks. Everyone's doing electric truck stop and also remind me I wanna tell you about The information I got on your Porsche on your your nine. Eleven S But in the world of electric trucks again we touched on this earlier. This week is is. I like the idea of electric truck more than I liked the idea of electric sports car. You know kind of Said and I think there's a functionality to the electric trucks riven Nikola Hummer F. One fifty trucks that are hitting the market. Because you've seen them when you illuminate when you when you eliminate the engine and use electric motors and you have no transmission. You have all this additional storage and pass through so when you're going to the home depot long pieces of wood or whatever like I think there's a functionality to it that I like more than say the test the model three how yeah I agree with you. How the instant Torque I mean we. We love that and right now all these. These manufacturers are are are hitting us with press releases and drawings and renderings and going we're going to have a thousand horsepower and zero to sixty in three seconds. But not everyone's going to need that so there's GonNa be down models of that. There's going to be. Yeah the instant. Torque a quiet and all the extra storage and stuff for and the Torque for towing or maybe off roading or climbing but in our world. That's a little bit more about hauling shit and telling stuff and well like I was I was rowing and towing I put on a one of those like sled. Polls you know. Oh Yeah yeah keeping it real you know and I was on my rowing machine and I scan around and look for something I can watch with no sound. Yeah that's visually interesting. And having those diesels do the polls you know after the tractor pull but not the tractor. This was the truck division. And you know they all have the kind of paddle wheels on there and they're like all look quite Ford F. Three fifty s now have the big diesel stack coming out hood and everything and you know. Of course they're all diesel and I was just looking at their all turbo diesels and I was like looking at it going. Yeah everything's turbo diesel. Maybe it's blown diesel. I guess you don't hear that much about blown diesel. I'm not sure why but anyway and of course these because it's all it's all torque everything's Torque and now I'm thinking about it and like what if that was electric. Yeah I mean would you even have more torque if those were all electric trucks you think that could be the next big motor sports segment. We Have Formula E. Now you have the tractor pulls the truck polls. It's all quiet formula. T- well in could be now. What a lot of guys like is the black smoke. Just Belching Hood you know. They got that they have a one huge stovepipe. That just comes down the middle of the hood and it just huge. It's the ugliest American activity ever like. You just see what's coming out of that thing then no catalytic converter cloud to smoke well the weight that you pull up the little ramp for the back you'd have to. You'd have to make that thing cooler right like you'd have to shoot fireworks or something as it gets ire up southern so you're electric truck is being quiet and then this shoot flamed out. I'd like to sit down with Mark Ruffalo and just one that this is not not dark. Pitch Black smoke just billowing from that big pipe to when that thing spools up its ugliest self all American activity. Yeah yeah no no filters no catalytic anything just right in the atmosphere Birmingham main line right right to the heaven you think. Roughly even knows that it exists. Dicaprio knows as seen it. It is weird in that I know of all the things that Mark Ruffalo into because I I make fun of it. I what what whatever the environmental whatever version is or the windmills or the solar panels so they you know formula e. or whatever like or or the million woman march or whatever. It is like the pink hats or whatever like I'm aware of all that stuff I make fun of it but I'm totally aware of what's going on. Yeah I don't know that those guys have any idea of what's going on in the milk sleds and towing and stuff like that like they might be aware that. There's something called the tractor. Pull would they know that the the way the sled worked right that it gets heavier as you get going so eventually stop yeah? I don't think I'M GONNA say no. I'm going to say no. Well maybe it's best they don't. You're telling me that dicaprio at one point in his career never like drop the flag at a Nascar race or something like he was never invited some promotion or something for a movie on and later. He's like we should fry fly on private jets. I think I think they probably. There's probably some of that in their history but I do not know that they would be aware of a tractor pull. Also people are insanely unaware of like Lama. You know they're like how long is that matter. How Big Sikorsky or what kind of cars run they're like? They don't really people most people. I talked to have a lot of difficulty. Separating A RACECAR FROM A streetcar he you know you'll go. Oh it's nine thirty five. Paul Newman drove it. Lemond Bobby Ray Hall. One Brian Redman. They won twenty four hours Daytona that car and they go. Oh you've ever take your kids out in it. Now they go. It's a racist cars in it but you drive it on the street. You drive it around on a weekend. No he can't be driven on the street. But don't you take it out? They don't i. what is that like. I think people like I get it. I like racing but I also I know what the impossible Burger is. I don't eat it but I'm aware of it. You know I don't know what it's A. It's a plant Patty when what do you rub that on your face. Do you own a racehorse. You're right on the street. Not Release of Racehorse. Maybe they're just lazy or something they don't really drag racing is there's they run those commercials for Pomona. All time they will. They'll do it thing to go like I got a nine thirty five Porsche. Paul Newman ran at Lemond. They'll go but a buddy at a nine fourteen growing up. Yeah I think it was a one point. Eight Yeah Coldwater Canyon. That's not really talking about here at all but all right something with Porsche. The name portion it in your past that you've connected me to you know it's kind of kind of reminds me of a kind of mind. When people used to find out. I was a carpenter literally. Remember when I was at k rock in the early years and like someone I one of the women sales or whatever. She's like your carpenter and your a carpenter and she's like Oh I got all this You like carpentry like yeah I do. I have a passion for it and she was like my tub. It homes got all this caulking built up on. It looks on mill doing everything you you wanNA combine like take that out and like Oh. I don't know why that's like Armendariz now and I'm like no. It's like weird shit grunt work like not into that. So that's your into this. Is like the ninth thirty five now. Not into the nine. Fourteen bone stockman fourteen. That's your neighbor owned. Yeah that's not a very good car. That's the moldy cocking of caulking a porsche. So who knows? Who'S COMING OUT WITH THE ELECTRIC TRUCK? Riviera who's teamed up with Ford and Amazon and ravine. Ob the platform for Lincoln Lincoln's electric SUV's or cars or whatever it's going to be based on the ravine which we like what they're doing their technology could hummer is gonNA have. They're coming back. They're coming back. I'm going to be a pickup truck. I think it's going to be based off the GMC truck but we'll see we will see the vehicle it'll be unveiled to everybody may twentieth and deliveries will start in twenty twenty one worse loaded. Hummer guy more loaded g wagon guy worse individual. I mean they're both horrible but who's worse. Well there's not an electric g wagon that we know of is I'm talking circa. Nineteen Circa two thousand and seven. Is that when people were tagging in vandalizing? Humvees and Hummers on the parking. Lots of dealers. There was some of that kind of like she is. I had a guy pull up to my place and a Canary Yellow. One with triple chrome rims on it. And he was supposed to give me some estimate and I was just like I don't like I don't like he's charging too much is pulling up in that brand new hummer. But but who's do sheer like Hummer loaded Hummer guy. I'm not talking about Schwarzenegger. Independent Rare Hummer. I'm talking about live. Rear axle with fake Valve Stem Hummer guy not military no versus CI WAG Guy g wagon. Who's got wrapped? Yeah I just can't get onboard with the G wagon. Well they're both these once in a higher tax bracket right. Yeah I think I go with the g wagon guy because like colossal douches. But one of them's going to pay for dinner. You know what I mean hanging around talking about. How hot the Kardashians are. He's going to pick up the TAB. Yeah talking about costs four grand. Wrap a flat black. What is the flat yeah? They don't give A. It's called the shiny new Cadillac or ninety new mercedes-benz it's shiny and new. That's the way I I used to think about it. Yeah maybe we're moving away from the from the flat. Will you don't know this because you don't follow but football helmets? Many football helmets have gone satin as well fight metallic under it. So it's a satin outer but it still shines a little likening silver silver paint that reflects a lot of light but with the sat and clear coat over it. It gives us a frosted look to it but can still because that could be interesting. It was an interesting thing. They used to be shiny You take like the Minnesota Vikings they used to be shiny and then they went to like a satiny Mattie eggs shelly kind of finished in one of the things that's interesting is I'm going to bring this around a Ferrari for Find out how much Fran Tarkenton helmet sold for. Ram Southern Peace and I'm kidding famous. Minnesota Viking quarterback Ferrari famously has their Scuderi a red or whatever but it's really orange but it looks red on camera So there read red on camera is a little bit too dark okay and they do an orange and it looks red now. I did my movie theater with red chairs and you take a picture of people go. Oh that's a weird orange or red can turn to orange and orange concern to read but Ferrari figured out we want our cars will look red on TV so we're going to pay them this orangish red shade that'll make them look proper The Minnesota Vikings used to have a really shiny helmet and they had this insignia on the side of the Helmet. And it would like ghost when when the video was on it. It's like a trail coming off or something like it was reflecting whatever reflective and the now. The cameras are much better. It's not a problem but the satin actually probably reads. There's you know it's not bouncing light off it. Yeah I my guess was going to be some sort of reflection issue but half. I didn't initially think about camera I thought about playing half the the everyone else in the league are many other. People just have their own old shiny helmets. Which which I I happen to. I happen to like but I'm old school so there's GonNa be a bunch of electric trucks available bunch of electric trucks available and I'm more interested in them that I think in the electric cars but But that's just me. What do you think the equivalent Torque will be? I mean I mean for towing and all that kind of stuff. I mean. You're going to be able to go. Is there going to be able to go through the roof with Torque? If they want right I mean the biggest diesel earliest Ford F. Three fifty is not going to be able to match whatever torque the electric trucks have if they want to ramp it up right. Yeah and I don't have the exact information front of me but I think Nikola to Arizona based startup company. That's working on a truck is you know. They're they're going after something like nine hundred horsepower. And but they're testing the vehicle to be more of a workhorse vehicle and they're like it's going to to toe thirteen thousand eighteen thousand pounds and it's just going to be huge. Torque this is this is interest at it says but it is the future because the torque when it comes to the eighteen wheelers small. Whatever towing means torque diesel means torque and all these diesel trucks that are on the road these big eighteen wheelers downshifting and belching blooms and up the grapevine. And everything if you can get this really unlimited torque of the electric going. That's going to be a huge. Well I agree. I agree in the world of commercial vehicles and fleet. Vehicles is probably going to be the best use initially or ultimately maybe in the long term for electric vehicles if electric semi trucks and delivery vehicles and Amazon placed an order for a hundred thousand electric vehicles from riven. Hundred thousand one hundred thousand. They just like we just WanNa all of our delivery vehicles to start going to electric years again. But but imagine every. Ups Truck Fedex truck mailman like imagine all of those going to some sort of clean electric granted. You plug them all in to to you know solar panels instead of sucking on the grid and firing off our nuclear power plants. Well my dream is build nuclear power plants and then just have them power all this electric stuff but my also dream was well. Everyone's like freaked out about the self driving car if you talk to anybody who studies traffic. It's all just kind of driver. Air There is no reason for traffic. Like when you're on the four zero five freeway physically come to a stop. I always marvel at that like in the left lane or second to the left lane and may on the way here physically stopped. And I'm like oh how. How can this be? There's no light there's no cross street. Anything I'm in the left lane physically stopped. And then you just realized how pathetically bad everyone is like how many times people just sat at a red not turned right to honk atom and stuff like that. They don't know what's going on or the person that won't pull out into the intersection. So only one car can turn life. If that stuff was all just automated like if that was just. Hey you're turning right on this red because there's no cars coming or it reads ear. I mean Laurel Canyon when he'd come back from the comedy store there's a sign and it says no ride on red Monday through Friday and if you come back on a Saturday night they'll just be some idiot sitting there and your tap on the horn and they're like hey man no rider and it's like yeah during these days. This isn't those days. This is Saturday night so go ahead now but but the smart car would now this market. No it would. Yeah and we could eliminate that the Nikola Badger Over Nine Hundred Horse Zero to sixteen to nine Jesus a truck six hundred miles of range with hydrogen. I guess so. It's three hundred on just an electric version and the hydrogen electric version is Six hundred listen man. It's it's the three hundred range is fine. It's all it all comes down to this people do and I'm GonNa make this about me and I don't like to talk about myself but I'm GonNa make this about me. Everyone does this thing with the range for the go. Well what if you wanted to take the kids to the Grand Canyon and their new didn't have enough range like okay? Wh who wants the last time anyone drove the kids to the Grand Canyon. Answers fucking never. Yeah just never. Yeah but I'll tell you what rent a camry I'll tell you what happens a lot. What happens a lot is it's Thursday night and we're driving? We gotta be in Palm Desert at nine thirty tomorrow morning Friday morning. Do some speaking thing with James Carville and Dennis prager whatever it is and I come pulling into my garage after going to the comedy store or something on Thursday night. It's ten thirty nine. I can pull it in and I look down in the ranges. Seventy one miles. That's what I got left in the fucking tank and Mike Mike August is going. Be here at six forty five in the morning. Yeah so what are we? What are we going to do? Are we going to go back? We're GONNA fill up tonight or are we going to just go halfway to palm. Desert like pullover and Philip. I could just plug that fucking shit in and go into the house and it would be full when I came down when Mike showed up at six forty five. That's what it is. Yeah it's not the overall range. It's that feeling of waking up the next day and going out. Fuck I'm going to palm desert and I don't have enough to get there. Yeah that's for me what it would be about. Yeah they're convenience has a lot to do with it. But the flip side of that coin is you are driving someplace. Do you stop at the. You know the quick charger for a half an hour or in your gas engine vehicles you do do pop into a gas station and then three and a half minutes. You've got a full tank and you're on your way again. Right about the gas station is the PUMP IS PRETTY SLOW. And you just see if you're like me drives you nuts because you have to stand there and it's like being gang and also psychologically out in. California where gases four twenty five a gallon. I don't like seeing that. Thinks like it's like the the inflation billboards you're saying like you'RE GONNA sing it like. I'm at sixty one dollars. Four four and a half down in like what no and so what I have to do is start making busy work for myself. Like I'M GONNA clean my car and start running around the car and trying to clean stuff in the car and a lot of those a lot of those pumps they tap out at one hundred bucks and you're not even done yet right. You're still you still filling it up especially the truck. Also there's a little light stopped in Hollywood on the way home from the comedy store. The laugh factor is something the other night. 'cause like that was all things. I couldn't get home. You know what I mean like. I was at my house and I was like you got thirty seven miles on your range and I'm like shit and I pulled in at like five o'clock I would have happily just fucking plugged it in and got another thirty forty miles out into it at nine o'clock at night and been fine but I knew I wasn't GonNa make it back so I yeah drove out data set and I'm in Hollywood now. It was like eleven thirty twelve at night when I was like coming home. And it's it's a little dicey you feel a little vulnerable. The Guy Works at the gas station. He's in a safe room. Panic room eight inches elect San Lexin. You're out on your own. Yeah he's in the shark cage free diving. Yeah that's what's going on access to food and cigarettes and that's right phone bottled water vitamin aid. He's got five hundred he he hit. Larry Watt he'll he'll make it for months. You're out in the wild. That's it next time. You're all to the comedy store and you park in the back and you'll be. I'll be back in twenty two minutes. Maybe it will fill up my car and also when the shit goes down out there. You know that guy ain't fucking even calling nine hero. He's always doing is getting this camera filming. You getting stabbed throw it up. It's hard to say. Well I was behind the bulletproof glass. Just want all right. Let me hit Gyco own dear rant which is well it's gotta be one or the other about you let Gyco do the easy work forever. Bundling it. Why should you have to save some money? 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Tales From 2 AM, Part 2: Tales of Steelers Super Sundays

Behind the Steel Curtain

39:35 min | 3 months ago

Tales From 2 AM, Part 2: Tales of Steelers Super Sundays

"Welcome back to tales from two. Am my name. Is brandy davis. Along with big bro. Sco the one and only rich scofield. The better looking of the scofield brother. Least you got that right. He will tell you that in fact that was the condition to come on the show. You've got to say that. I am better looking than my brother day. So i i did go ahead and say that but My package will be coming in the mail. So i do appreciate that. So i'm looking at the live chat. We're talking about a Lions trade with Jared goff the rams Getting a i in a third with goff. we're matthew stafford. I have not had a chance to look into that. That's something that seems to have. Just sta just surfaced. Now was really late last night. I actually saw the news of mrs. rooney's death before. I even saw the breaking news of the trade. You know what. I actually and i don't do this very often. I like to get up at a good time. I actually woke up a little later then. I usually do on a sunday in. So i didn't look at a thing. I just opened up my computer. So riches face and decided to just get going so so. John trent is sink to i in a third. Wow gosh that's that's a heck of a trade and so i can't wait to delve into that So now all steeler fans they could stop talking about getting matthew stafford. That's not gonna happen. Your steeler quarterback is most likely going to be ben rothlisberger to talk about that ad. Nauseam on every other podcast. What we're gonna talk about here. We're gonna talk about steelers super bowls. Now i am not. I have no recollection of the pittsburgh. Steelers super bowl nine. But i've read a lot about it. I've watched. I've watched that game. So i watched that game. I was just. I was not even a year. Old in that game was played. But you watched it since. I have i tell you what it's so great i i get on mcmillan and wife dot com. I get on youtube. And anytime i can watch these games. I know the steelers put out the set where you could watch them. It's a lot more fun though to watch him with myron and jack fleming in the background. So let's see my brother you know is up on sunday morning and was able to put up there yes. I won the gene pool especially when it comes to the hair. Hey that's the only genetic lottery that i'm ever having i have here. Yeah i'm gonna be fifty this year and i've got i don't even have a bald spot. I that's the only thing i'm gonna win everything else. I always liked to tell dave he has. He has a retreating hairline receding. I mean it is in full out retreat so so when we talk about super bowl nine i mean it was a long time. And that's why we already talked about the celebration with mr rooney really enjoying it. The greatest story from that is lead white white story and we will talk about that as well but before we get into that. This is something that. I just found out a few months ago. And i hope my dad is still on the On the live chat but he informed me that my grandfather who we were pretty much estranged from we we did not My grandfather left my dad's family when they when he was about four years old and really made my dad the man that he was made him the father that he was He could've done that same kind of thing and just do his own thing but that made him so much closer to family and wanting to give his kids what he didn't get but i mean we still. I mean from time to time. He would talk to his father and apparently my grandfather went to super bowl. Nine and i did not know that so. That's something. I actually got a call my dad and find out more about that story because he he told me some really fun stories about that but i have not been to a super bowl yet. I had i had opportunities. I haven't opportunities during the last one. But i just financially i couldn't go and like i said my mom and dad. They went to a game. I'm hoping to steelers super bowl. And i'm hoping that it's a win. So that's really what i wanna see but when we talk about super bowl nine dwight white. He amazing story. He got some kind of flu that week. It was a virus. It was something that he was so sick. He was in the hospital. Do you realize rich that he was released from the hospital that morning. Yes sunday morning in this game was originally supposed to be in the super dome. It was supposed to be the first super bowl in the new orleans superdome but it was not finished in time so they had to go back to two lane stadium. It was rainy. It was yucky weather just really. It wasn't really the super bowls that we watch now watching that it was a very dreary game to watch. But when you watch the steelers it's great. So dwight white he gets out he shows up and he starts and not only does he start. He scores the first ever points for the pittsburgh steelers in a super bowl now granted. I will say he had the rush on. He did not wall up. Fran tarkenton fran torkington kinda fell down in that that muck but he. He recorded the safety. So the first ever points for steelers team in a super bowl was a safety in that game and it was dwight white in the guy. They called mad dog. He was a warrior. He lost twenty pounds that week. Can you imagine losing twenty pounds and then playing in the game. You're so. I'm drained after i'm drained after any kind of illness and we saw we we saw it in the two thousand twenty season when players came back from colored. We could mention vince williams. We could mention steph onto it. They weren't the same the week. It took him a couple of weeks to get back in shape after after that game. When i say shape getting their wind back in the really have good games. They didn't come and dominate right away and he had a very good game and that's super bowl and the biggest thing was he. He got that safety. That was in the second quarter of the game and the scored halftime steelers to vikings nothing. Yeah that is the lowest score in super bowl history in less that has changed in the last couple of years. But i remember being the that a stab about five years ago. Yeah and if you if you ask the steelers team they would have been willing to. Just have the game end right there. As long as they were head to nothing they were willing to take that score home. Yep that that's a two am score. And you're a in victory l. super bowls. The steelers have had some two. Am victories in the super bowl. And that is one of them. Y- you you're not proud of it but you're proud of it you take it. It's a victory so if you don't understand what what two am is when you're at the bar go ahead and look at my november fourteenth. Two thousand nineteen steelers preview. With with dave and with jeff that will explain everything right there but with that being said great game franco went nuts in that game. He had one hundred fifty eight yards. The defense was stifling. In fact dwight white even had a tip on a ball that joe green intercepted so he tipped the ball up in the air as well and the score ended up sixteen to six. How did how did the vikings get their six points. The it was on a touchdown but they missed the extra point. How did they score the touchdown. Oh yeah it was a it was a blocked punt punt correct so the steelers defense gave up zero points in that game. Wow not even a field that that is. They were so dominating man. I would've loved to have seen the super bowl rematch between the vikings. And the steelers. What could have been two years later. Yeah because and that's when they talk about the nineteen seventy six season where the steelers defense was at. It's finest you just had in the afc championship game. You had rocky and franko out. They just could not get it together. I mean that really could've been you. We really should be talking about five super bowls in the nineteen seventies. That would've been absolutely incredible. I would have loved. I think they would have beaten team. Because that's how good that that defense was but we'll never we're never going to be able to talk about but what an awesome super bowl. I love watching that. If you haven't had a chance to watch that go ahead and watch these games online. So much fun. The next game. I call it the jack lambert super bowl and we have a fellow. We have a fella on bt. It's our coach. We've got a resident coach. The one kt kevin smith who when he first started showing up at bts's for started writing he would be what was his name. Big bro harris's still pump. I love that name that we call them like we would call him zap because we in the like online when we were communicating with each other. We call them chip zap because there was a mouthful to say and now that he's writing mornings on podcast. He's he's using his name but cliff. Harris is still a punk now. Clip harris number forty. Three for the dallas. Cowboys was a very good player but he was. He was being ornery. He was being a jerk in this game. And roy rela. And i've talked about this on the retro show. The last couple of weeks roy. Girelli god bless them number ten the place kicker for a lotta years for the pittsburgh steelers probably one of the worst steelers in a super bowl of all time. In fact the nineteen seventy nine season. He was twelve from twenty eight as placekicker and he was still are still are kicker and they went to the super bowl that year again but he was actually not the seventy nine season the seventy eight season because even playing seventy nine season so in seventy eight. I mean he was just really. He was not a strong enough but he was just not accurate so he missed probably best three field goals and this was right before the end of the first half. He misses a field goal. Cliff harris comes up to him grabs him and pats him on the helmet. Mandate that take off jack. Lambert what to. Jacqueline do big bro. Just correal he. He basically body slammed the guy he would be. Would you agree that if that would have happened. Now he's out of he's completely out of the game to take. yeah he's objected. He wasn't a lot of people thought he should have been injected. I'm watching. I'm like yeah. They should have Jack lambert but they did it. Jack lambert basically went in the locker room and said we're better than the team. He went crazy. He comes back he ends up. Having fourteen tackles in that game he could have been the super bowl. Mvp of the game. And what have been if. It wasn't for lynn. Swann and his spectacular catches correct. But and i wanna talk about jack. Lambert real quick. I have had the opportunity to meet some athletes over the years. Just just as lock. Just and i've met met some steeler legends. I've met. I've had the opportunity to meet joe green and franco harris. And i just talked about meeting terry bradshaw. One of my favorites was meeting jack. Lambert and if you remember when you would see him on the sidelines he would sit on his helmet and he just. He looked imposing sitting on a helmet and he had that same. Look so we were at the hager. The mall in hagerstown the Valley mall hagerstown. And i had a buddy. That would love the reasons i got to meet. These guys is he would go to the autograph signings Chantilly he was. He was a vendor. He was from up your way. Actually and what he would do. He would ask me to go along and i would help out. In fact i drove frenchy fuqua to the airport one year. I had a chance to My dad and i got to drive. Veron hanes one of these Liza type of autograph. Signings i would be backstage with them and it'd be one of those things. Hey here's a bunch of balls. Can you take these over. Take him over to pete. Rose asked them to sign the specifically in ugly sure with ball saying hey. Can you do this. It was just like it was a normal thing. You're like hanging out backstage with a big convention center. It's really cool. But so we went to the valley mall and he had a regular autograph signing with these guys and we were in an old dollar tree and it was the night before. The event and ryan clark was going to be there the next day. J- james harrison was supposed to be there and mike merriweather. James didn't show up. This was right after the super bowl. Forty three victory. And so were there. And my buddy. Bob said to us. Hey let's go head back jay jack. Lambert's gonna meet everybody so we had a chance to go back. Here's jack lambert and this is five o'clock in the afternoon he is and this is an abandoned This was a dollar tree that was not being used so all the shelves are there. And there's this boxes all around and here. He is sitting on a little stool. It looked like nine hundred and seventy five over the way. He's sitting on the stool and he's just sitting down. He's drinking a beer and he's smoking a cigarette and he's just holding court and that day something. Something really unfortunate happened in upstate. New york i believe was at. Ibm a An employee we shot up. There was an employee shooting with. I think he's he's shot. Nine people for people passed. Away was really unfortunate. And jack lambert's like hey what happened up in new york. What kind of security do you have here. And he was serious about it and someone said that they have security. And here i am. You know me my hand. I just. I'm a little bit of a show off from time to time like. Hey this is my chance to talk jack. Lambert some i. I looked at him and said. Hey check when. Brian davis i'm five. Eight two hundred and fifty pounds. And i've got your back. And and it was great. He looks up and his exact words were jc. We're all in trouble. He didn't say jaycee said actual jay. I'm just going to go and put the abbreviation we're all in trouble and so just a hemi went off from there was so much fun and so the next day they have the private signings and i take my dad back to meet him and my dad says doom extends his hand and and well. He's he sees me. I i said hey jack yesterday hebron good to see you know keeps on going. And my dad extends his hand and says i'm from johnstown pennsylvania and jacko's hammers from johnstown. Jack ham awesome any called my dad. Mr davis and he socor. He talked to my dad and he was so cordial. There's a long line and it was just great just to see this guy in the legend of this guy being an ordinary guy. You could see him knocking knocking out. Cliff harris. I would've loved to talk to him about knock it out. Cliff harris like knocking them down comparisons in the hall of fame. As of last year he was. He hasn't officially been inducted. Donny show hasn't been officially inducted but really cool. Don't want yet. he's still a punk. Because of that. And we will in pittsburgh we will never forget it. But a lot of people remember that actual play as when the steelers got their heads out of their butts in that game and they really did and they came back. We've talked to do that. I don't know if the steelers win that game. I kind of fire them up and you know y- they don't need. They shouldn't need that but it was like. That's a really when jack lambert really to me. He's a co. mvp of that game and there's a lot of cohen vp's of that game to like elsie greenwood. Who they're not official because we weren't officially recording sacks but he had forced he had what would have been four official sacks in that game if they would account lintz. What lynn swann did in. That game was absolutely amazing with the catch that we see all the time is one of the best place in super bowl history with like on his knees and and but he had another spectacular catch in that game too so a lot of great. Mvp's the one story though about that game that a lot of people don't know who closed out that game at quarterback for the steelers. I don't know. I believe it was terry hanratty. Because rancho was knocked. Out on that final touchdown pass. He threw a touchdown pass to swann and he knocked out and he was out of the game in fact when he came to in the locker room his question was did we win. So i love it. Jerry we won bradshaw. Didn't really know he just got knocked out. So that's those are two super bowls. The third super bowl. That that i'm gonna talk about and as i look as times rolling through super bowl thirteen. Were you able to watch this game at the time. 'cause i would i would have been about seven so you might. You're a couple of year about two years younger than i am so you might not really remember that game as well but super bowl thirteen. We just did this on the retro show. You can check it out as of as of this morning. It debuted actually yesterday morning. Debuted on the network. Tony my talk about fantastic. Please listen to that show. It's a it's one of the truly great super bowls. It really is and it holds up. But that's the game where the steelers were absolutely incredible. That's the game or hollywood henderson. Said that bradshaw could not could not spell cat if you supply the see in the and hollywood henderson was actually and he admits this in this book. If you never if you ever get a chance to read his book read it. It is a great book. He has to now. I didn't get to read the second one because he had great redemption but he had lots of problems with drugs. He's been clean for over. Thirty years won the lottery and doing nothing but helping people but he will admit he was on the sidelines with an asthma inhaler in that game inhaling cocaine in front of the nbc cameras and everything and that was a really funny. It's not funny that you did that. But it was funny between bradshaw because bradfo came back at them to that was the war. The war of words between the two this was the winner was going to win their first super bowl. Excuse me win their third super bowl. The first team to win three super bowls and it was the pittsburgh steelers and they were cemented as a dynasty at that point you go to super bowl fourteen the next year and this is the one when my dad mentioned the bradshaw that we went to super bowl. Fourteen bradshaw did this. He looked up from the helmet he was signing looked up and said that was a tough one one we won but that was a really tough game and they were losing nine thousand nine hundred seventeen to the rams at halftime And they came back. They want it. That's that's spectacular past swan. Franko had a good game of the defense was the defense lambert. Lambert did it again. He He had an interception with about five minutes left in the game. Because the rams were at that point it was twenty four nineteen. They were closed. They were down deep towards the red zone. And they were about to with touchdown they were about to pull ahead of the pittsburgh steelers in the fourth quarter in pasadena california at the rose bowl and i gotta tell ya the dynasty could have ended right there. You have any remembrance of that game either. I really do not because again. I was four or five years old in there and i remember after like i remember that but i don't don't remember anything about the game again but i don't remember anything if i had. Let's talk about super bowl thirty then. I know you have remembrances of this game and that is an gosh. Not only is that you realize that we're we're talking right now. It's the anniversary. Is it the anniversary of that game. Yesterday was the anniversary because that was on the thirtieth so today's the thirty. I believe so Yesterday was the anniversary of that game. That game happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety six. So gosh twenty. Five years ago. Yesterday that game happens so a lot of people don't get broken up over that game because the steelers were thirteen point on underdogs in that game but they really came to play. I know they blew it. Donald blewett with the interceptions for a great holiday did run the wrong route. But that's the one where i like to say. You know neil o'donnell was the mvp that game for the cowboys you really. Yeah but he was there that that game was there. An steelers really could have won that game. They really could have and they. I mean there was a point where they were driving with these. The surprise onsides with everything they. They had a chance to take the lead in that game to not to be Gosh it killed me. Ten years later they got a chance to do it. And let's talk about that spectacular. Take me through february. Sixth two thousand six. So it's basically ten years from this dallas game. They're finally back in the game. This is what i call it two. Am game ben. Roethlisberger had a two. Am game here. Well i can never talk about that super bowl without talking about the play that happened. You know prior to that super bowl. Oh yes the tackle. The tack the tackle Where the steelers. Basically you know big lead one yard line is the game hannah ball to the boss. He fumbles Ironically i watched that play in the same place by watched the super bowl I was working at binghamton university at the time and we had found some. My wife found some friends actually through our children and my daughter was like three years old and she went to a daycare. This other little boy got him was her best friend. There and his parents got close with them and turns out. He's huge steeler fan so wherever their house watching that game and he and i about went nuts when bettas fumbled that ball. And don't ask me how ben rothlisberger ever made that tackle buddy does so when they win that game then he and i are going nuts and he's like you've got to come back here for the people have come back here for the super bowl. We want escape. You have come back here for the super bowl. So we're back watching the super bowl and the funny thing where there was. He had a whole bunch of people over at halftime happened for the second half of the game. The only people are watching. The game was made and paul. Just the two of us Everybody else cleared out at halftime. We sat and watched the game. I love that game the immaculate tackle as right as right to medical it. i'd almost call it a miracle. Tackle right well. You gotta give an assist to mrs nick harper nick. Harper's the guy who picked it up a lot of people don't remember this. There was a domestic dispute the night before and terrible that there was a domestic dispute. She stabs him with a kitchen knife in the leg or the by. He's okay to play but it kind of makes me wonder if he doesn't have Have a wound from maybe about twelve to sixteen hours before is running a lot faster in that situation faster but able to to do lateral movement a lot more because that's what killed him on that run back did you that. The colts had still to win that. Game and mr automatic the drunken idiot kicker which peyton manning would call them. I can't believe that they miss that kick. So they missed a kick off we go and don't forget bryant mcfadden. Who was who had to breakup in the end zone. Before that before that touchdown he had yahoo consecutive breakouts. Excuse me not the dutch dad. Before the field goal attempt just absolutely incredible. Yeah and then imma the super bowl. My memory is in that super bowl. Yeah is is the touchdown. Pass rando alba times ward. Was beautiful of it was fantastic. I could still hear bill hillgrove. Say and this place is a steelers maniac haven. Yeah that you know that was great The only thing i didn't like was all the wine and crying that i heard from seahawk fans after that game about love. How blamed it all on the on. The referees referees gave that game to the steelers it was twenty one to ten. And you know. I mean correct so i we always a lot of us. Have those scapegoats in. And i get it in. They're always going to be upset about that. They always will. But i gotta tell you the steelers did come into play in that game and my my great memory of that game. Is willie parker. Yes and fan ika by the way fantasy needs the call to the hall next week. Yes he does. Fantasy lead the way fantasy. He pulls he leads the way in willie's off to the races and then he does not flip into the end zone. What is your favorite super bowl. Would your favorite super bowl be that one or would it be the next one super bowl. Forty three was actually. The next one was forty. Three is probably To be was even better than that when it was the one before was great because yeah beating the seahawks because it was hey it was number five was finally after all these years you got that but in terms of a football game my gosh. What more could what could more there been and does your bowl against the cardinals. I gotta tell you. That's my favorite too. Because i will never forget being so nervous. 'cause i have all those. Those five wins that the steelers had then this one thirty eight seconds left. They're still losing in this. Game larry fitzgerald was incredible in that game. The the steeler of course james harrison. What an amazing fourteen point swing. That was yeah. With that hundred yard touchdown the past to san antonio. I mean you got to remember hines was had a great game for not being able to do much because he had a bad knee injury. He was in a hyperbaric chamber that week. He was lucky to be able to play in that game. he wasn't exactly the decoy. The people thought they were going to be homes as catching the end zone. Homes missed one. Let go through his hands the play before but that was amazing and then they still have a chance to come back. What i loved about that. Catch from from san antonio was actually. This was in the early days of high def tv. I had just purchased a new. Tv a couple weeks before the super bowl. and so. I'm watching this game in high def and san antonio catches that and they're showing replied. Yeah they're showing some replace on on the tv and then they're going to break because They're reviewing that play. I remember calling my brother and said. Hey dave what it stands. He's like what i said. I'm watching this in high def right now like you can see blades of grass move. You know i'm like that. That was a good catch. He's no white overturn. That he was like realize like yes. Awesome making back in confirmed that touchdown and of course i went nuts. That was actually after. I'd gone nuts earlier now. This was fun because my kids were real small and the apartment. We had Where i was watching the game was right next to their bedroom. So you know in the cardinals. I stand up throwing pillars down punching cushions on the couch. I'm going nuts. And then to try to keep it under control in san antonio catches that go ahead touchdown just trying not to wake the kids up was it was fun. That was another game. I watched the second game by myself so Which is probably a good thing. I just sometimes steelers are there. I'm just nervous in a mess. I get it now. I have a role that i don't care who's in my house for super bowl. I had one super bowl. the The broncos in the the panthers from about five years ago five six years ago where Where we had forty three people in the house. It's so many people in the house but it's funny halftime comes. Then you have four. People left the because it's on a sunday night. But when it's a steeler super bowl which i haven't had that many i've had i've had three but i make sure that it's steeler fans only for the for the super bowl and that's the only time that i do that because you don't want the big because it's different it is different. It is religion at that point. And you don't want anybody making comments that just trying to rally up my one buddy. That comes to the games. One of the reasons we started this. He watched the The seattle game with a person that was rooting for seattle. Been really care about football but just rooting for seattle just Everybody up and fit completely pissed off thirty. He cannot stand it so that was kind of the role for that. And we watch that together so we've had an opportunity to rejoice together as a steeler central what we call about. Call it and we've had a chance to just be down on the mouth when a when the packers game rolled around and that was another game that the steelers had a chance to win that game and they didn't. We're not going to get into that game they just lost it. Maybe if policies playing that game maybe completely different story but if the nuts if symbolic butter candies and nuts you know. But i can't wait for them to get back to one big bro and i think if they get back to one we've gotta have a big contingent although it'd be fun i think that'd be amazing. Hey thanks so much for talking about these games. With me i love. I wish our team was in next week. Really do but i gotta tell you talking about it and the memories. that's what tales from about and saw the stuff and there's so many little stories and little fun stories. And i was going to tell you know what instead of wrapping up. Let me tell you this really crazy story. So we talked about the elation in the last two minutes of the steelers cardinals game. There was a city in outside of phoenix in arizona that somebody hacked into their hacked into their system. Hack into the cable system and they actually put in erotic movie on instead. So you're watching the final two minutes of the superbowl and they missed. I because i i heard that like google it and just recently to make sure it was true before i ever brought it up again. So you're watching the game next thing. You know you're watching a dirty movie instead you miss the rest of the super bowl and your teams actually winning and the and they come back they finally get it back and they realized they lost the game. Why how how. How insane would you be. yeah. I think i would. That would no longer be my cable company. Probably that would be absolutely nuts. Well my son just came in with a With a pad of paper to ask me how much how much french toast. He's making me french toast. I guess we should kind of get off the show. Here sunday brunch. Yeah i gotta tell ya so. He's a he's not gonna come and say hello like your son did but i. I've invited him over. But i tell you what we are family here beat. Ese and if you're checking us out tales from two a m. that's a big deal. You're part of our family. Thank you so much for everybody here. We appreciate you so with that being said go can't wait to have you back on the show. We're going to have fun steeler memories all throughout the off season. You gotta be back. Oh i'll do my best to come back on at some point I kind of like your your your deal of you know you gotta show kind of rotate in the guest co host. Kinda an nice kind of neat. Because then i get to check out some different people as well. So it's you know what that came about in. You did a great job with this on a merry steeler memories. We came up with that idea right before. Christmas to have those shows talk about our our christmas memories and throw in the steelers around it and yours brought up a lot of memories with me. Because i didn't get a chance. You talked about the patriots game right after christmas. You've got those in nineteen nine hundred. You get those tickets. And that's really a and i remember not being to see that in because we were celebrating christmas in california that year so so i never got a chance to see that game until a couple right after that when you say that i went back and watched that game. I finally got a chance. We listen to some of it on the radio. I was about eleven But i gotta tell you that was that was something for me that really sparked that we have all these fun stories steeler fans in we should talk about. So jeff jeff said. Why don't you bring different. Different family members in and talk about him talking about the games in talk about the memories in. Because you know. I could tell all the crazy two. Am stories. but after a while. i'm running out so get your stories too. 'cause we all especially where you overlap games with other people. Everybody's got their own. Everybody was at a different place or different time of their life. And and kind of how that goes you know for me that whole thing you know. I talked to be part of what i talked about. Christmas one was after hearing the fact my brother saying that you know. His first dealer game was the day after christmas when he went to see the ravens. Sounds like holy cow or a mold today after christmas and saw the patriots. But i was only eight. You know it's like I bring this up. This show is steelers porn. It never gets old. Thank you which i i appreciate it. I love that name That that makes that makes me feel good. I guess that makes me feel good. Yeah it's fun to talk like you said it's fun to talk about that stuff and to see other perspectives. And so next week we're going to have. We're going to talk more about the super bowl. We're going to have cliff cliff. Harris is a punk back on. Because i want to hear him talk because he does remember that game. He remembers super bowl ten. So we're we're gonna talk about his perspective from some of these games as well so it's gonna be it's just gonna be a lot of fun thank you all for sticking with us We love you beat. Ese family big brusco. You're my body. I love your brother. Love you too man your your big part of the family in one of these days. You're going to show up for christmas dinner. And bad's going to be their beds going to be there with his his place. Setting ready to go at the epa scofield family table yet. That would not surprise me. Notice not hey that'd be great anytime all right buddy i appreciate you for big brusco rich. My name is brian. Anthony davis you can call me bad and no matter what time it is on your clock. it's two. am somewhere we'll see you.

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"We want the best of both worlds. We want a hybrid a smarter hybrid cloud approach. Ibm helps banks personalized experiences with watson. Well helping keep data secure. The world is going hybrid with ibm visit. Ibkr dot com slash hybrid cloud. Ordinary interruption is presented by toyota. Hardly interruption Mike wilbad. It's national carrot cake day. Tony like carrot cake. I'm tony kornheiser carries tom. But i gotta be honest with you mike. I like carrots and countertops. Got those huge arms. I sort of admire that. But i don't like carrot cake do you. I don't like carrot top. I despise carrot cake. I don't like carrots carrots up for rabbits. Bugs bunny can have carrots. I'm having carrots. yeah. I like carrots. Carrot cake is a bridge too far for me though. Welcome to pti boys and girls in today's episode. The texans reportedly telling teams know when they call about shawn watson but we begin today with the nets beating the clippers. One hundred twenty four two hundred twenty and that's played pretty good defense. Considering the last time they went out on the court they gave up one hundred forty nine. The nets are seven and two since acquiring. James harden wilpon. Did last night's defense fence convince you that they could be great. No convinced me that can be better and kyrie irving seemed to be the guy who sort of took it personally and play better defense last night. I wanna give a shoutout to james harden. James harden is completely remade himself in a short time. It's okay if i got to play better defense. I'm going to do that. And i know i can pass the ball. I can pass it. I can take fewer shots. I can do whatever we need against the specific team or specific week or somebody's of so so shout out to james harden who you know skeptical of his career irving kyri play better defense last night tone. So how many nights are they going to be better. And how much better do you need to get to the conference finals. You know what i'm saying. You could be given up. Stephen this mini and get to the conference finals. Well well i'm going to go the other way on that. They can be as good as they wanna be defensively if kyrie and harden and durant buying and say they want that they don't have to be any better offensively because the three of them put up ninety last night and hard and had a triple double and i'm going to echo what you said and i'm going to underline it about and i think hard is the key to all of it for this reason. He's the one who doesn't have a ring. He doesn't have it and he has the reputation of somebody who's a dog in the playoffs. And who is selfish. So so far this year mike. He's leading the league in assists. He's given the ball up more. He's shooting a little bit less. Because i think he's on the line here i really do and and like you. I think what. I will say this about defense. It's a statistic that you i know you'll find interesting only three times in nba history. Has a team won the championship without finishing in the top. Ten in defense. You know the net. So now they're twenty eight. Yeah they can't see the top was. Ap behind him. I don't know who else they're the worst. Of course when you're that good at offense i mean the nets can just roll out of bed and in blinds old and score a hundred so you know they they know they can score one hundred and forty points is the incentive there durant the only one who all the way from soup to nuts has been a great defender in the league several years right through a championship hardens saying and doing all the right things now when you so good offensively. What's going to happen. it's gonna happen. Let me give you two numbers that you're going to like okay. They are seven and two against teams with winning records teams. You might see in the playoffs but mike. They're six in all against the clippers. The celtics the ball possessed zest. He's sixers utah and denver the team that you'll see if you go deep in the playoffs. Challenge the yes so far so far. Yes let's move. The football with texans are reportedly refusing. Calls about this shawn watson. warning talk about it. Bleacher report talked to high level executives. Who say they've been rebuffed in their tips to start trade conversations. One of the exact things watson could hold out like carson palmer did with the bengals back in two thousand eleven nat specific case. Cincinnati waited until october before finally trading palmer to the raiders. tone of texas won't even talk to potential trade partners. Could you see watson sitting out the season. Sure sure he can sit out. He's twenty five. It's not going to hurt his longevity in the league. He sits out twenty six and comes back twenty seven. It's like having an injury except you didn't have an injury. It's different than aaron rodgers. Who's thirty seven thirty eight and you play at thirty nine and you don't know you don't know if you still have the gun that you have now. I think it's really different. I don't think watson would be heard it all by doing it but there are two questions that will then come up and you know one of them is. How badly do you want to get out of houston which we are not sure of and two is will you sit down with the new coach and the new gm. Will you. Allow yourself to be persuaded. Because mike if i was used in. I'd be doing the exact same thing. I don't wanna lose this guy so they don't have to lose them in february. Yeah what is february urgency in february on have to do so. That's true tony you mentioned by holding out in the prime of your career. We were pretty close to a hall of famer. Who did that and made it work for him. Although i think he's still regretted john riggins who said i'm bored. I'm back something else. I'm now you wrote a blog on broken up at that and riggins made it work and they won super bowl it worked. Yeah but this is not something that i don't know i. I don't see desha watson doing that tony. I don't think he has to i still. I still think to shawn watson has some leverage involve. He could sit with them. He could sit with the new coach and gm and he can say i you guys major in clown clown clown behavior too often as a franchise. Not you two gentlemen. But that's what happens here. I don't want any part of this. And he could pick the put their feet to the fire. I don't mean just not to coach. But the gm and the owner watson still has a couple of cards to play before he gets to sitting out a season. Yeah i mean. I don't i don't really know what his relationship is. The gm out would be bad. Maybe with the owner. He would lose some money he would lose if he just sat out off season workouts and preseason workouts lose two point four million dollars if he sits out the whole year it could go up to forty but he's got a four year one hundred sixty million dollar deal so he's gonna make money on the other end of this. He pretty much can do what he. I don't always leverage but he can do what he wants. Olympic basketball begins on july twenty fifth. The customers that you you roster needs to be frozen three weeks before the tournament starts but the nba might not finish until july twenty second. And if it's the lakers in the nets then it could affect lebron. Anthony davis durant harden kyrie. So jerry colangelo is asking the olympics to be able to swapped out players even after the tournament begins. We'll bunch of the for that force. Yes yes. I know do olympic ring heads. They want to act like you know it's all about swimming and track and field and it is. That's what it used to be. But i know who the most famous people at the summer olympics are sorry to all my ring head colleagues in the print business who hates the in the nba players there. Sorry they're the most famous people they get followed around like they are the piper. I know how this works and it brings in a load of money to the of course the way figure out how to move the dates determine move basketball back. Sometimes you have like track and field one week right and swimming where we change it around. Do what you have to move it. Make sure you accommodate these players. This doesn't seem to be that hard to me. It really doesn't to your point around the world. People in other countries really want to see how their players who are in the nba do against our players complete and the roster. Yeah and sometimes. They are even teammates. Which makes for some interesting storylines. Look you've heard me say this a lot of times. The olympics is a television show giant television. Show that's all it is. These are big draws on television. So i think you could accommodate what i would do. Mike and i wouldn't move anything around. But i would say i'll tell you what you can swap out three people but those three people have to have been in the finals. You can't swap out people lost in the first round or anything like that. You give us a list of people in the finals that you want on a team and we'll let you fool around with three. It helps us but it helps. It helps other countries to one ashtiani onto compo- is in the final there. What right so. So it helps. Grease if luca danni which is in the fire you gotta you gotta gotta upstage full of nba international superstars. You want them in this tony. There's no question about and by the way do we know when you say this you're hedging because we all are because if libra wants to play lebron should be able to play carmelo. Anthony should be able to play. Chris possbile but these guys have played. Yeah maybe they wouldn't play so we don't even know that but the see should be accommodated. No question yeah. I don't. I don't think this one is that hard you can. You know. it's sort of like the big ten. You can make a rule and then making new rule. That's what they change it up. Let's take a break coming up. How peyton manning feel about making the hall of fame while his chief rival will be playing on sunday called good judgment on the part of the ten by away. Baylor beaten sexist should the bears be ranked over number one. It's good judgment in sensitive brings in interruption is presented by toyota. Let's go places with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts banking with capital. One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions kinda like choosing to listen to another episode of your favorite podcast and with our top rated app you can deposit checks and transfer money anytime anywhere making capital one and even easier decision. 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He's in the hall of fame and he hasn't been sacked or not down one time in the last five years. I mean i assume that the question is sorta to imply that he should feel bad. He should feel jealous. He would look at tom. Brady out there now. only say. I'm only one year older than tom. Brady wire tom. Brady's a freak okay. Nobody is like tom brady. Manning doesn't have to worry about that and let's be honest here in denver and that last year manning couldn't throw the ball twenty yards downfield. He was totally done and he got out of there with a super bowl ring. Good for him. I think in his heart of hearts. He's probably rooting for brady. Lose because you know. If he's two and two and super bowls and brady would be seven and three and then he would put noculars to see brady. 'cause president be so far ahead but he should feel great mike he should feel damn proud damn proud of all career anyway and now his second career one the one thing i will say is. I can't imagine tom brady. Having the second career. The peyton manning already has had many moved to third career peyton manning if you had to pick people in the history of football that you'd wanna go have a drink with one day for laughs who's higher on that list brady or peyton manning on my list all know with peyton manning manning and we should say that. It's not official that. He's in the hall of fame. But of course all you're gonna alan. Who's gonna hymns kid. Who else stop next. After easily beating texas last night baylor has a black case to be the number one team in the country. Airtight and i'm gonna tell you why both baylor and seventeen in at the moment that's equal but baylor has the best scoring margin in all the college basketball better than gonzaga. They have more top. Ten wins than gonzaga. they have more quadrant. One wins than ever. I know what it is. It's what did you do. They play in a much tougher. Conference gonzaga if you it's baylor if you line them up blind and you read the resumes you would say baylor and it is never going to happen. There's no way it's not going to be bumped from baylor. It's not going to happen. Because is a basketball school. Baylor's football school. It's unimportant the case to be made completely unimportant. There's a tournament. This is a college football in the nineteen. Eighteen twenties thirties forties fifties sixties seventies eighties nineties or arts. There's a tournament they're gonna play. You'll find out now. Let me just say this way to saying. The case i made was unimportant important. I was. I was rate now. You were hamilton burger old again. Hamilton burger one times. Just a you know. Baylor does one ten past west. Virginia versus west virginia at oklahoma texas tech and at kansas. So they got a couple of games all. I'm not going to disagree with about your casey. It's unimportant now. There's a tournament we'll find out. But even if they both go undefeated gonzaga we'll be the overall one we'll done having words. Let's take one last break but still to come as the nfl right to silence the candidates when the buccaneers scored in the super bowl. What fred vans bleak does something no raptor has ever done. I just watched the perry mason the other night where he concedes to. Hamilton burger shocked me. I've woke up in bed screaming. Nobody even knows who. Perry mason is audience. And yeah. i think the generals pete the globe's wants or no maybe do you own or rent your home. Sure you and. I bet it can be hard work. You know it's easy. Bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its gyco easy visit. Geico dot com. Today that's geiko dot com. I take her. Take the podcast. Join charlie arnold's you may know me from the wwe of down every now and again on. I hate kimberly martin. Espn nfl reporter. You see me at stadiums near you or on. East end cap mckay from the court. La sparks or breaking down the game on sportscenter the nba with my radio. I take her take podcast. Some serious t. listen and subscribe. Wherever you get your podcast i need. Her option is presented by toyota. Let's go places time. People happy eighty first birthday. Fran tarkenton when tarkenton entered the nfl in the sixties. There was one type of quarterback the pocket passer tarkenton changed all of that. He was a scrambler. Someone who was always running around to buy time to find a receiver. Indeed his nickname was fran the scam. He was so good for the vikings that he led them to three super bowls. He didn't win any. But how many super bowls the lions pin to in all tarkenton made nine pro bowls was the league. Mvp one thousand nine hundred seventy five and was elected to the hall of fame is playing career was over tarkenton onto television. He was in the monday night booth for a while but may have had more impact hosting. That's incredible weekly variety show featuring odd guests in the early eighties. A fellow named earl woods brought his five year old son eldrick on to give putting exhibition. Twenty you know. There have been a two great quarterbacks in the nfc central since fran tarkenton retired. I mean it was targeted for all those years. Right and like you mentioned. He went three of those four viking. Super bowl joe. Kapp lost the other one but france. And then you skip all the way forward to brett farve and aaron rodgers but tarkenton still. I mean he's still hold onto a place of greatness even though he's been gone so long from the nfl. I agree with that with that. Happy anniversary marriage this pastas but on this day. Fifty one years ago marriage scored forty nine points against mississippi state and became the first college player to ever score three thousand career points in those days. Freshmen weren't eligible so marriage only had three years to do this. He played it. Lsu his father press marriage and he rolled up scoring numbers that will never be equal marriage. Average forty four point two points second places thirty four point. Six mavericks scored forty three point. Eight is a sophomore forty four point two as a junior forty four point. Five is a senior and this is before the three point shot had fifty six games where he scored forty or more twenty eight with fifty or more in four when he went for sixty or more. This is a forty minute. Game is lsu teams warren. Very good but marriage was astonishing on a personal note. I got to see him once in person at madison square garden and the nit is the best ball handler and passer. I ever saw you know tony. I think the only pro- only nba player of the last forty years. Who gives marriage full dupes. Full do always says reminds people. Wait a minute. don't skip. Marriage is isaiah thomas if we do the best ball handlers of all time if we put magic his own separate category i guess we have to have mayor. Vich is area iverson kyri. Is that the list that i leave anybody. Out steve nash. At with mayor of marriage in college in college assam remember little bit. Yeah yeah Happy trails to cannon shots when the buccaneers score in the super bowl. The nfl has decided that in order to maintain the integrity of the super bowl as a neutral site game. Tampa bay will not be allowed to fire its cannons after touchdown as customarily does the. Nfl believes that would be too much of a home field advantage. So in effect they're punishing tampa bay for being the first team ever to play super bowl on its home field. The canons are a big deal for fox teams firing cannons from that pirate ship in the end zone after touchdown. That's their tradition. The club is promising to fire the guns. Like crazy at the box win but speaking personally. This is garbage. Let the canons go. Wild after touchdown. Because that's the only reason to watch a game. They're supposed to be treated as a neutral field situation. Which is what. The league is trying to do tony. And so there's only gonna be how many tampa bay fans anyway out of the fifty or sixty thousand people that are wind up in that stadium despite reports of twenty by and that enough for the canons if they win. Let the canons go crazy. After the game you're terrible to say. Kill the canons. That's the reason of here and you still have fifty thousand people. Because it's florida will beats on that you know. This is a major correct. What hamilton burger only perry mason twice not three times as loss lost re decisions at least two of them were to hamilton burger and i think there was a third the case it away with wife or something. I just watch this the other night. I'm watching perry mason and you should be to. You're an old pair rudy giuliani. Let's finish let's say in fleet put up raptors record fifty four and a win over the magic impressed always impressed with fred van bleed most points ever scored by undrafted prayer. He still somehow after championship to underrated. The buffalo sabres paused their season for at least five days of covert issues. Your thoughts. it's concerning when they were in the bubble last year there was no positive tests among the nhl players at all. This is sort of like. There's positive test chris. Archer is back with the raises. That make sense. He was fixing twelve with the er nearly five for the pirates this last season. 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Hour 3: Jim Zorn

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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Hour 3: Jim Zorn

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But in the history of the sports do God's I don't think there are many examples that you could point to of a team that didn't have to suffer a little bit before it one suffer in the playoffs. Take losses. Michael Jordan had to take ELS in the playoffs before he got to where he got. And I'm just wondering if the math is changed enough that we might actually have a surprise winner because three point shooting changes everything you've got a shot that's more valuable than others. That's dominating the sport, and Ken, Milwaukee actually be the quietest champion in the sports history because they will have come from no largely from nowhere. We know their best player is great. But that best player has been a playoff after thought the entire time. He's been in the league, right? But he's really stepped up. You could say the nuggets. I mean, quiet is forty two and eighteen start in the history of the NBA and they're a half game out of first and a Western Conference. They could not enough of the Golden State Warriors play in that conference. I did I think there is potential for Milwaukee to win the NBA championship. And all of us are go like, and we shouldn't be surprised, but we will be should be surprised, Dan. They're beating teams by ten points a game. It's it's. The highest by four in the NBA more than the warriors. Why shouldn't we be surprised when all of history is replete with teams like the bucks who have had to lose before they can win. Right. I'm trying to think of the team that just that one right away. Have gone through many. Well, the Boston Celtics of Kevin Garnett Ray Allen and Paul Pierce. But it took them more games. Win the championship because they were always going seven. They were the one that was put together an immediately an immediately one I can't think of a lot of others. Even the heat suffered that first season. They lost one time. They lost in the final and that second playoff. They had the blueprint on the line the one that they actually eventually won their first championship that was blueprint on the line. Lebron having to have the performance arguably that he'll be remembered most for it's so great, though, if Milwaukee comes out of the east because if Milwaukee comes out of the east, then we will have again, even though there is no doubt about the Golden State Warriors winning the championship. We will again have enough reason to say, well, I haven't seen them lose to the warriors. I can talk myself into the fact that after Greek freak Golden State has the four best players on the floor. You're right. We've talked about this before the Jordan teams, at least there was some suspense. You're like is this the year Karl Malone get him can Shawn Kemp and Gary Payton getting this year. And I think at least you'll have some of that if the bucks bacon. I don't I just don't think that many people are going to buy Denver, even if they went the Denver will be the sixty win team of Derrick rose that couldn't get past Miami. People aren't going to buy Denver or Ray Allen Rashard Lewis SuperSonics vibes with that Denver Nuggets team. It's actually I don't we talked about it recently with the NBA ratings being down a little bit and how much that's tied. Lebron both being hurt and playing out on the west coast. But it's been a pretty interesting regular season. You have some doubt finally around this mega team. Not so much doubt. Since a added boogie cousins, but there's been so much drama around that team, and you have a lot of new teams on the scene in Eastern Conference. It seemed stronger Brooklyn a major Mark. Out of nowhere, looking good lebrons. Ten seed right now, he's a ten seed in his own conference. It's a pretty wacky year. I so badly want to see LeBron versus the warriors in the first round of the playoffs. Just want to see that man. And he's gotta get in. I'm I wanna figure out here. How many teams among all of those teams that you're looking at because career having is still out here saying that the Celtics are the best team in the east. I just want you guys to go through. He's also saying fix it. Brad. I know, but I want you guys to go through those teams that are at the top of the standings. And you tell me how many of them have a better player than Boston's best player, kyri Irving. Kyrie Irving is. Boston's best player you'll give me all the teams in the league where you would take their best player over Boston's best player. I take Milwaukee's. I'd take Toronto's skip over Indiana because they're stars hurt. And I don't even think conferences, though, do it. You take Denver's you take Denver's over Kyrie which I would. I would take Denver Denver, Oklahoma City. Certainly. Yeah. I wouldn't take Lillard over kyri. You take hard and over kyri though. Yeah. That's we're getting to five seed right now. I think a true debate is in beaver carry. We talked about this little yesterday. But I mean, you're you're are you not mentioning like ten teams before you get to the Celtics on best player in the five or six, which is a lot more than you know, somebody that Bill Simmons was saying would win you know, the Lakers best players better than Boston's best player. Like, we know that. Yep. Certainly that's a that's a good. I mean, the pelicans PO best player might be better. His better might be is the pelicans best player is better than Boston's as player don't might be. Sorry. No there. But no. I mean, no not a whole lot of people are making the argument on behalf of what is in Tokyo Brown doing with his mustache. Just dying it yellow, I'm sorry. I got I just saw distracting. Well, Jeff Darlington. Evidently got he sat down with them. Was it in Miami? He's literally sitting down with him. And what looked like to thrones? Antonio Brown is wearing exactly the rings. You would expect him to wear but this look Super Bowl where it's. Antonio Brown, which like I have to tell the audience wants to God's just did. No, no, Stu gods. Just turned his back. And it was a good joke. No Super Bowl rings, but he turned his back. And then thrust a fist in the sky with a single sausage finger to give himself an I'm number one. Like Joe Nemeth running off the field after beating the colts in the upset Super Bowl. I did that. Antonio Brown is he helping his case by dressing like a an eccentric wide receiver out of a mid nineties movie about like if you were trying to cast the diva wide receiver, you address them up like this. He Simon feeding going west. Going west going Simon just in the. Just in the mustache. Guillermo put it on the poll, please is accusing someone of having no rings to guts Super Bowl. I felt like I want you really you raise like hit. There had been a door there. You would've run straight into the Atlantic Ocean? Celebrating your no rings joke. You just wait around all the time in life. Your life is something that is just spend between accusing people having no ring. Splash that will really good. Should have. It was a good joke. But I but your eagerness and getting in there because you're like, oh, wait there's an opening I can rip. There's an opening I could rip someone for not having ring. There's an opening I've been waiting for for six weeks. He's like a patient fishermen. Sit here waiting for where tonight accuse someone of having. No ring. It is you'll sit up there for days. You're you're you're the is ner waiting around. For people to have no ring donlevatar. I would -absolutely take down my own school as a journalist. If I find out that there was financial aid problems. We kidding me. I'm not hiding that story. I totally leverage that information for money felony blackmail. Yeah. Stugatz. He's got to be the only radio personality America who freely admits. Yeah, it can. He's got. No, that's the niche. All good. You get to all the other spots have been taken. He's like serving the landscape on where can I plant my flag? I got this. Right. Nobody else wants us. Why is there? No one here. This looks like such a great land. I could just claim all fraud and crime worked out well for me DCC donlevatar show with his two guys on ESPN radio is to poverty. Now. Live is the new episode of stupidity. It tends to be put together late in the game. Is it ready to go because it's usually at noon on Thursday. Yes, or no, no, okay. Very good soon them. Today. Absolutely. That yet. While we're on the air, very consistently. It's been announced while we're on the air usually in this hour, but we've we've made the twelve o'clock eastern hour on Thursday every every week so far except for today for today. Well, there's still time sometime plenty of time. Actually, plenty would would you be embarrassed because Stu gods would like to have a bobblehead, right? That one goes without saying. But would you be embarrassed if you were somebody who had a bobble head and then on your bobblehead night you scored zero points in twenty minutes on your bobble head night. Would you be embarrassed by that you're almost fundamentally incapable of shame now big ever that wouldn't you prefer bobblehead night be on another night that you didn't score zero points in twenty minutes. I mean, I can't control that right? When I scored zero point. You can draw to have an off night. I mean, but if you deserve bobblehead, you should be someone who can control whether you have zero points in an NBA game. But people get bobbleheads at all different times of their career. Some people get him well past their prime some people get him after they retire. I'm serious. They have bobblehead nights or people have retired. I mean would control whether you score zero points in a night. Do you have being guarded by a lockdown defender, or are you in the glove? What a Payton's on your one night. What are you gonna do? What John this is on your one night. I didn't even know what sport you're talking about body. If you have a bad night on bobblehead night. The good news. Is you still got a bobblehead? Thankfully that hasn't happened in real life. Which part was the scenario that you've pal it happened last night. That happen with the incident. And if I knew any of the nets other than diangelo Russel, I would tell you which one it was. But it was one of the there's a Harrison I can't tell if it's his first or last name. Let me go through white. Let me go through the fight here. The name. I will I will recognize it goes through the net zero point we have done we. Done this million peas carrots Liberte. I I don't think that was him no zero he's coming back humanity. Play twenty minutes, twenty minutes, twenty minutes. Listen, he's a good player. He he just came back from gruesome injury. But he's the only had zero points to the Netflix. The only guy got the off the on all the people playing. He's the only guy. Yeah. He's the only guy even some guy McCall got four points. Two buckets. Or might have been wanting to free throws that was two buckets over one from the charity stripe. The stripe the charity stripe. I mean, are you read our back or John would? Strike. Nobody in America right now using that phrase except for a hack broadcaster and Bob Ryan. The sheerly stripe that can't be some that cannot be afraid to buy young people it in the Polk. Do young people refer to the free throw line as the charity stripe. Are we done with Menzel talk? He's now gotten kicked out of football in two countries. North America's down for the count, maybe playing Greece where Patino is or something else. But that's it North America's out there several football leagues, and he can try his hand at sill in the United States. And don't forget he was a highly touted baseball prospect. So we may still see Tibo versus Menzel just not in the arena that you're saying he could be had cheap. If he's kicked out of Canada, one of these the af or the XFL can go ahead and get him. Can't they I don't think he's eligible for the XFL because they made like a big thing about not having people that have been arrested. Yeah. But then then there was a report that because Vince McMahon had that whole like internet stream press conference where it made. It seem like Colin Kaepernick would not be welcome. But then there are reports that he's had conversations. I think Vincent Kennedy McMahon's, given Oliver luck a lot of responsibility. And he's like, okay. You you do this all the Lexington. Nobody's doing. Did. You see the big fish? They hold in not stoops not pep Hamilton. Your general manager and head coach of the Seattle XFL franchise yet to be named Jim Zoran what really? Wait a minute. He was viewed as a laughing stock in the NFL mount as a quarterback, but when he was the coach of the Washington, racial slur. He was Oranje and his hair, by the way, bring really, oh, he looks great does years away from the game have treated Jim Zorn's so kindly great tan, right? Awesome. Awesome. Ten. It's like, where's this guy? Been obviously Malibu don't we have some sound of gyms darn can you check the computer just type in gyms zone. I seem that's how they do it. Go to your library. Actually got a few. You have multiple gyms there. Some sort of creative sunny sunny Johnson gyms Orne feud over a halfback pass. I got gyms Orne gets frustrated with with a reporter. And we hear the the debate over the past I need to I would like for you to open the gym zone library right now. And just play all the sounds that wouldn't have in our past regarding the for anything that says anything just keep playing figured out rag one of the sounds over like, we should keep helping my out. Okay. Well, then you keep looking you keep rolling your eyes, and I'm getting ticked off. And I think I'm answering your question are you? Okay. Okay. I think that was the one that you're looking for it. But now. And I want the other one so wait to set this up again. What are they arguing about a half? All right. So I don't know the date on this file, I can investigate. But this this file that I have not heard and hopefully doesn't have cursing. Hopefully, hopefully, this file is called sunny Johnson and Jim Zoran feud over HP pass, and it's twenty seven seconds law. All right. This is what I'm telling you my kid. I want you to drag this over to the trash can on your computer when you done with it. I just want to empty the gym zone library. So we could get that piece of hoarding out of our life will never need it again. Go ahead and play this out. And then we close the gym zone library forever. Third down. I'm the quarterback for you the quarterback in you, call the halfback throwing the ball for me. I'm calling time out a calling an audible, I'm not letting halfback though it that's what you pay me for. Well, then I would have to take you out of the game as soon as you call timeout. I'd say what's wrong with my play because nobody I called it to work. All right. We call it to work. It didn't work. There was a lot of plays out that that didn't work, and I take you out of the game. Sorry sonny. Shocking. Donlevatar? Stugatz listens. Very poorly. I'm not sure he was listening right there. I wasn't stugatz. He makes sounds like that to disguise when he's not listening even short Mun of of weaponry. Yeah. In the case, I sound he's making them. All right now, all the sounds that he makes when he's not listening. These these live at our show with his Stu guys on ESPN radio. Now, Michael Jordan has a number of impressive things on his resume among them defying gravity and making baldness cool. But he couldn't pull off the tiny little dictator mustache. He couldn't do it. He tried. There's a Hanes commercial. You can look it up. He's got a full on chaplain. He it is a terrible tiny tiny mustache. But in Tonio Brown is trying to do something that I have not seen anyone do before other than Simon Phoenix Indem. Listen man, and he did it with all the hair on his head not just the hair over his lip but in Tonio Brown's beard and hair ours. Black beard is also shaped very nice. He's also wearing bicycle shorts. Just caught that and his shoes have chains on them. Why are they sitting so close him in darling? It's way their knees are like six inches apart. And you need to make sure that the audience knows that they're both sitting on thrones intimacy. They're just so casually discussing things like you would with friends the. Of television is gone and Darlington and Tonio Brown are having a soulful connection where soul mates meet because Darlington has his leg cross right now. If he did it I feel like he'd be kicking Tonio Brown. I mean, Christmas right close for my comfort. Darlington has maroon pants on which in any normals television situation might catch your eye. But it's like seventeenth on things that I'm paying attention. He's laying down. Now Antonio I know part of this is getting him more guaranteed money. Do are we sure that we wanna give into Neo Brown more money? I am. Stugatz wants him as a New York yet. Again, though, I I'd like to get back. I don't want to have another one of these tired Antonio Brown conversations. Even though I wanna thank him for producing so much content for the network over the last few months, I just want to get into is anyone else? Trying to get that look on the ground off the ground in terms of dying your mustaches at blonde or orange. It seems like the beard is black and the mustaches Steeler yellow kinda like weird do not discount. The fact that the beard is also shaped in quad quadrants there's like cubes and each as you go further down the line. It's another cube like steps again, though, the mustache looks John dissed. I don't know what the color is that I would describe it. But he had to go very meticulous. Or I don't know whether he did it himself or whether had a professional do it, but they're like seven wisps of hair over his lip. And all of them are either blonde gray, orange or John best. He also seems to have like a blue streak and a gold streak in random spots. And I'm wondering how he chose those spots. Like, how do you say this is where I want the blue this is where I want the blonde the rest leave it the same. Don't you want to hear the Antonio Brown interview, though? Don't you want to do any of you want to hear what he actually said watching? I'm unit. I'm good. I'm good. I'm satisfied set. A poncho Effendi poncho with bicycle shorts? He was wearing. Yeah. The home is decorated exactly as I thought it would be oh, it's like that Drake album cover everything is gold. And he seems like he wants to talk like Antonio con by the studio, man, we're here for you. You wanna come by tomorrow? All of that Miami. Right. We've got a big athlete coming through here. Tomorrow. We've got an athlete a little surprise for the audience coming through here tomorrow, but Antonio Brown. I feel like I just saw some video of him in front of what might have been his childhood home. It looked like. Miami looked like all that interview cabinet in my camera. Certainly had b roll of what appeared to be bullet holes in cement. He grew up a good contribution. Stugatz. Excellent work by you, a brand transition like only a professional broadcaster could deliver that I don't even know what that sound. It's my sounded like you were muffling a belt here. The rejoin I sit between you, and my so that's Mike making as you know, making a point. And then it's bridge today. That's what it is. Got was the net. Ball is hit over him bridge. Your professional broadcaster. You're on the radio to contribute to the doing of the show. You just stared at me as if you were scared. Your is biggest saucers and all you gave me 'cause you knew I needed. Something was a sound. And you gave me the bare minimum sound you could give me. What is in Tonio Brown saying he is on television saying things like what are you doing doing a show? You. You in Hampton said on ESPN that all the other is the end must go feed on. I was don't you know, this works. Brown sits down in the throne for an interview. He dies his mustache jaundice. And then we just take all the sound. And we argue about it all day and then move on tomorrow. The Levy on bell. It was important. It'd be on the scroll that's scrawl is important. That's true. Email I want this is Chuck. Chuck Chuck did sense thin. Excerpt since down is a busy man today discusses his reaction to sealers GM Kevin Colbert's defense of criticism against Ben Rothlisberger. So they cross that bridge rounds angry with the Steelers still wants a trade trade. Officially on the trading blog. I not getting better. They are not changing. You know what? I mean. He sated. To. Oh, wait now that was the. We covered. All right. We've covered it. That concludes our coverage of the Tonio Brown story. A polish broadcast professionals always donlevatar is it fair to say that Stu gods. Is it trying very hard stugatz though? BCC donlevatar show with his two guys on ESPN radio. I didn't have enough time and make up to pull off the the blond moustache. Guess lucille. Please come in here as rapidly as you can just put the tape on my on my face at lebatardshow on Instagram and Twitter is where you go. If you want to vote on the poll, you know, what I have seen this look before. I it's just I haven't seen in a long time. And I certainly never seen it on black man before. But that is the Hollywood HOGAN where you have the dark beard, and the blond moustache support. Thank you Lucille for all your good work. You're good at important work. At lebatardshow on Graham and Twitter. If you want to vote on the polls. A really long way. Yeah. Not worth it, a miserable choke and it didn't work, but you get a name for for effort. Thank you. Would it be an e for effort? Works. Anyway, is the heat is on a banger. It's a great question. Now, it is. Yes, it has the heat is on is not a banger. Fifty six percent of the audience said, yes, you policies and the memory Glenn fry. Mostly be known for that. And nothing else going prize dead for sure, yeah. Yeah. He's an eagle. Also, I believe he was a general manager of the Zona cardinals in Jerry. Maguire was. Is a game. That's seven months away right around the corner. Oh, my bone to pick with ESPN. This is your bone and trying to move up this Florida Miami game into that. I say over my dead body. Also said the games right around the corner. Sixty eight percent of the audience had. No. And then we'll tell that to my security deposit. What is the window of time for right around the corner? It ain't seven months you like a long enough time line now, it's usually for me it's four to six weeks or six weeks out. Speaking of soup. Potty the latest episode that going live is just right around the corner within the next forty five minutes, I'm told all right? Did you think? Fran Torkington name was Frank. Frank torkington. That's it's a totally different player in the to Mike thought was the the wild scrambler from the seventies. And eighties ole Frank tarkenton. Seventy two percent of the audience said no would Frank talking. Ten clearly have won a Super Bowl for the Vikings. Frank talking ton with an I N G sixty eight percent of the audience said, yes. What's the bigger mistake calling? Fran tarkenton Fran Torkington or calling Oscar Robertson Oscar Robinson. I did that fifty eight percent of the audience said Oscar Robinson the big oh. Can you pass up a steak fry? Sixty one percent of the audience said, no a person refers to sandwiches as Sammy's jackass or iridium of jackass. Chris coding, seventy seven percent of the audience said irredeemable jackass. To us catch up on fries in your car is an important one. It is eighty percent of the audience said no is Darius Rucker Hootie. He's not Hootie. He's Hootie the rest of the band. Members are blowfish. He hates it. When you call him Hootie. He's not he's the one making a comeback. They're making a comeback. I mean, he's he's been he's a country music. She never left the blowfish. They're the ones that sort of or out of the public eye when they're not hooting and the blow fishing what he's a this is fair. Right. When he's eight country music star. He is Darius Rucker. Yes. He's he's I get your point. He's never who'd. He doesn't like. Foodie. It's the deal. He's who is eighty four percent of the audience. Eddie's. Thirty wait a minute. Mike, you refutable eighty four scientific data came push back on anything over eighty percent. Is accusing someone of having no rings stugatz. Super bowl. Ninety seven percent of the audience says, yes, I don't know what the other three percent. We're thinking almost record contrarian. D young people refer to the free throw line as the charity stripe. Eighty percent of the audience said, no. Those are the pulse. Set your bad cliche sharing at right? Well, maybe I really feel like the only people who use that are broadcasters. Nobody in conversation uses the phrase charity stripe to describe the free throw line. And if they do they're not people I want to be friends with it's the older broadcast, right though. It's not like, it's not not the Mike, Mike. Breen is definitely saying. The charity stripe is he not? I don't know whether Mike Breen goes with many cliches, I don't think of him as someone who's cliche ridden. Is you Brown Huby Brown? That is the age of the user of the phrase charity stripe. No. I think I think that Huby Brown has a brooding undercurrent that would not allow him to use the phrase charity stripe that he has that he is someone who takes his basketball. So seriously that he refers to it as the free throw line or then it's Tommy Heinsohn. Now that for sure, oh, no doubt. That is for sure Tommy Heinsohn is trying to keep alive. The phrase charity stripe. Tommy, Mark Jackson might use it. He's kind of an old soul. I do I feel like Mark Jackson. And in fact, I think I've heard him use it before. Oh, you have not totally made. That is. In fact, I think is what I said. And I totally use that to support an argument that in fact, you think Ermo put it on the pole when Stu gods? And is it ever a fact? You. It's not only a fact it's the opposite of a fact because it's not even a falsehood. It's just simply a lot. It's not it's not true in any way. Nope. But I do feel like Mark Jackson. Oh, that's a feeling and feelings don't lie. It's just a feeling. All right. Yes. Almost got to pivot each less graceful than the last. It's an amazing gift. He has if I get to light the fifth pivot like things really start grabbing they unravel long before then it's the fifth vividly. You realize they unravel an update on earlier in the show. You told me to empty the gyms Orne file in the calendar. I have a one second clip of our former imaging guy saying gyms or okay, just empty the file then Shinzo all my God. I miss that voice to good voice Shinzo. The monster truck voice Shinzo. So that empties the gyms Zorn's file, I is this an actual monster truck sing this Shinzo zone. Shinzo. It's a sound. A monster truck makes when you start it Shinzo Mike do me a favor. I'd like to play this game every day for the rest of time where I just have you empty a file so Antoine Walker. What do you got? Oh, man. You gotta go home on random that. Go more random friend parking. I mean, we need to entire show for that. Yeah. All right. The last two minutes, we're going to spend here. Just waiting for Mike define things on his computer that are from our past. I don't think Fran tarkenton is gonna pull up anything so far nothing on Fran. Wait, wait. Wait. Wait. Wait, wait will have on the show. Got something on starving. Like, the feeling you had. We did. In fact, we did. All right. I got I got one clip on friend target. Really? All right. Great friend talking to. We cleared that good that we cleared out that file so you feel like you're Antoine. Walker file is to it's it's you need a three hour show for the fat. You're entering Walker. File did you guys just have that guy? Stay every name. Yes. Every name in sports ever. Yes. How random that? You want me to get? If there's a Roddy white file in there. Ronnie white. All right. Let's see what we have on rotting. Why? Unfortunately in may or may not be funny. I don't remember anything about our conversation with Roddy white. Let's say we have one clip, but this is a dangerous game. Because sometimes eclipse terrible. Here's Roddy white on whether Dez Bryant will return for the playoff me Julio is talking about the whole situation when he heard the broke his foot. He's he's got the same injury yet. You know, we had to shut them down for the entire year. I just don't see him making their Bank this year. Oh, if he does make it back, it'd probably be late in the playoff. All right. We can clear out the running like it's just cleaning out the garage. But he got rid of gyms. Aren't we got rid of Robbie white? We got rid of Fran tarkenton I feel like that's a good day of cleaning up the hiring Turkington. Jim zone. Fran torkington. Tim zone. He's. Has to win.

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Hour 2 - Chris Berman and Joe Thomas (12-05-19)

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Hour 2 - Chris Berman and Joe Thomas (12-05-19)

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I'm not sick. Well he's sick. I said You'd better be on the plane. That's all better beyond the point. People on that plane thirty four F Yufa. No it's contagious. I'm good I'm good. Chris Berman will join US coming up here in a little bit. Also sign when Fritzy does that. It's it's it. It's it's alarming because it's guttural do it against him and then I go see Fritzy Camman class. Yeah I know all right Chris Byrne will join US coming up. Also Joe Thomas the former all pro tackle the browns. He'll be working the game tonight for the NFL network. You'll have bears cowboys. And we are writing the headlines case the cowboys lose because the bears the bears lose. It's not a big deal but if the cowboys happen to lose. USC keeps clay. Helton more on this story coming up a little bit. I watch basketball last night. North Carolina got embarrassed last night at home against Ohio State. Virginia got embarrassed at purdue last night by the way I know he's polarizing Dan Dockage is one of the best college basketball analyst out there I. He teaches me something every single game. Then then I listened and he was doing the purdue game last night against Virginia the Ohio State Ohio State and Seton Hall by the way. If you're looking for a dark horse or maybe you you decide you want a friend or team at purposes only put the money down those are teams that could go to the final four. I really believe that by the way. WanNa give a shout out to our great station in Phoenix. It's a m ten sixty K. D.. US The valley. Thank you for taking a chance on us and we hope we have provided provided some entertainment. There for you and maybe some ratings as well but I want to thank them for their support we gotta get back out there maybe spring training. Oh aw maybe maybe spring training out there. We gotta get to Eugene Oregon to we gotta get the Nashville but there's so many places we have to go gotta get that bus going. Let's just go on tour or dude. Yeah Yeah let's go on tour right. Eight seven seven three. DP show email address DP. Dan Patrick dot com twitter handle at GP show NFL. One hundred season Chris. Berman has been counting down the top fifty plays an NFL history on Monday. Night countdown of course hosting NFL PRIMETIME ON ESPN plus part of the panel to determine airman the one hundred all time team and now bringing fans the fastest three minutes during Monday night. Football Halftime Chris. Berman joining us on the program program. Good Morning Swan. How are you? Hi Dan good to be with you again. It was great. Come back during our anniversary there on the are forty years old and I didn't know that either of Rushworth that all but I I guess shockingly. It's true so happy holidays now when we were walking outside that day after we had our townhall. ESPN did you have any idea the Because we're You were with bobbly and did you have any idea that I was doing sportscenter allnight. No and you'd never told as usual witness protection program No I didn't know about it until I think the next morning like they did what I was under orders that I wasn't allowed to tell anybody. Well I tell you what your your coach of all your coach until I didn't ever string where you did at least one sportscenter I did. I was trying to catch measure. You know But I came up short I did I I always even long after I did them as a regular basis or even semi right you know what we got baseball and you and keep were in the nineties. I mean I would not every night like I was in the eighties which was forever but Yeah I tried to come back in May and do one or two just just to do it and try to pick up a good weekend. The t the players Dolph was usually usually one of the weekends you know in May and who was good. It was good to go do it. And how do you. I mean you've talked about it. How did you feel looking back at it? I'm I'm sure glad you're I think you're glad you think so. I wasn't glad that I agreed to it and then I'm glad that I did it because you know how this is. Chris that the older you get the better you were and you know our our legacy or legend or whatever you WanNa call it you know we. We weren't that good. We were there at the right time and we had something that you know we. We made something interesting in different but then to go back and I just worry that people we'll go. I don't get it you know what's the what's the big deal about these guys. That was what I was worried about. It was just. It was nice though to kind of put a period at the end of my sportscenter career career. and Go back. Do One more show with Keith. And have a little bit of fun and you know it's like you're back on prime time. I mean not to get to me here on that not yet. Although with sitting with Tommy is just beaming every Sunday night. Is You were that good. You guys you were every night and people. Uh I don't WanNA use the word counted on 'cause none of us are counted on but if we're tuning in give me some stuff entertainment a little bit. Tell me what's going on. I mean you were. You were counted on in that way. So and look and people. Don't get it if I worried about about quoting songs for my era. Well they may not get. What am I gonNA quote now if you really WanNa go there so Look can we bring you brought smiles a lot of people's faces and you did it again and maybe that's what we're doing with primetime. Although that's a football vehicle on Sunday nights and then Monday Tuesday Wednesday all day all night on. ESPN plus that it. I still believe and you probably due to that. Even though you looking at what happened in the Tampa Atlanta game. Let me get it on my phone. Well there's a four to three place I still feel that people want a meal every now and then and in pro football football. I believe that's true and so for forty five minutes. Where providing a meal if you will the full meal of the day and I? I don't think those those times have come and gone to you again. No I think what you're finding is there. There's a group of people who a large group that grew up with us and they're they're probably in their fifties or sixties but then there's also younger generation that is kind of seeing or remembering or being told about and then they reminisce us. It feels like anything that's old becomes new again if that makes sense so I mean look we were lucky because back then you tuned into sportscenter. Because you didn't know the end result you might have known the score but you didn't see the highlights anywhere so we. We had that audience that came into us and we were coming off a big east game game or a football game or a baseball game on Sunday night and we had that great luxury. But when you have that audience this is what I tell you know students who are Komo sports casting school if you get the audience keep the audience like that that you can get them. How long do you keep them really tells to them and yourself? How good you are at what you're doing? And we were able to keep those people for a prolonged period of time Laura and we deserve to right right but as you say everything is coming back. Are you wearing bell bottoms today. I remember when we would. We wore shorts on sportscenter. Oh Yeah and then one of the camera angles was to the side and somebody's screwed it up because they showed somebody's legs and then manage because management didn't know we haven't come in on the weekend we'd wear shorts with the you know sneakers and then somebody you know got a site angle and then that ruined did for everybody and then we had where the damn suits all the time. Yeah I know it was fun. Cut Short cutoffs entity shorter. You know when I did it and it was to crack up the camera people make them loose and have a good time before. Yeah they took the wide shot then and then. I think everybody behaves until you guys proving to AH. We're all the same we we. We poked the bear until the bear. Bit Right so That was those were the days. Of course we could get away with shorts then to try it. Now explain the the top plays the the idea for that in you know any surprises on that list. Well here's the deal so I'm doing it for TV right. This is not a disclaimer. But it's rather than looking get a list which you'll when we get all said and done I don't WanNa get into 'cause there's some still things left. I think we've done through twelve now. We're doing three night. Excuse me three a week on Monday night countdown and Oh by the way eleven ten nine number eleven you remember all the others in the the top twenty you go okay I yeah. Of course. That's in their eleven will will be wanted to get one like it was that. What's your great play? I would have never thought of it. But and then the last We only have sixteen Monday night game so I think it's the twenty third. We do five five to one and then Christmas Eve Dan. Five o'clock we put them all together for an hour. Run A few times during the next week or ten days And have you ever thought about the play that gets lost because it set up something yes. That's a good question and so because I'm doing it for TV right. There's sometimes I show while I'm trying to think okay. I'll give you an example because this is run. I don't remember what number it there's already so Julian settlements catch against Atlanta a few years ago in the Super Bowl which you remember right but that never would have happened. Well that might have just a few minutes earlier. Julio Jones Chatter ridiculous one right now my place election if you really really WANNA make a list is catch but it gave me an opportunity because again. You're watching this on TV. And it's if it's just here's a list of fifty would you're showing fifty place. No no we have a way to show a hundred if you will by showing that play and and then at almonds can despite that still made this catch. The Patriots won the Super Bowl so yes. That's a very good question and TV allows me to veer a little that. If you're just printing a list you'll see. Yeah and Julio Jones you know that that's lost in history on one of the greatest catches it could turnout. It could have turned out to be one of the greatest catches in Super Bowl. History because it would have you would have beaten the Patriots. And but it's it's kind of lost I there. It's it's off to the side because elements catch and what that meant because the Patriots won the game but if Atlanta had one you know that that Julio Jones catch catch was unbelievable in the moment yeah Well here's the thing that I will say to and it was fun doing it for example. I went back and looked at it. Fran Tarkenton plays right and of course I'm working with a lot of younger folks. Yeah he through for a Lotta yards. WH- Fran Tarkenton was a little different okay and you find one. When he runs thirty arch backwards in the play is really fifteen fifteen seconds before he releases the ball? And then it's a touchdown but in looking I've found a few more kinda like that and I went all right. So here's the play and I think friend that was just recently. I had it was a great combination was a hail Mary was Fran Tarkenton Brett Farve so I mean if you you want entertainment for three quote plays they're they are but and that was in the teens. I don't remember the exact numbers not in front of me but I felt that after we showed that play. And here's another one just so you know. It wasn't a flu and I found out was another one Dan going back again. Now the Fran Tarkenton you and I remember the early John mackey. I mean we remember but we didn't see so I found one when he just clobbered right and then I found several more. Why don't we show since we have the time? Here's the play they don't have to throw in this this one as well and by the way for Jim Brown there were many like guys just obliterated right so again for TV. It's a little different it. It's a it's a fun. One was a fun exercise. Mark Franklin behind the scenes did a great job as always for me and Out of all of these place. Yeah the one game team that you you wish you would have gone to to have witnessed this in person. Is there one that stands out the place seeing down. You get interesting because I mean now. So I've been to thirty. PLUS super bowl swallow eliminate those. I've seen a lot of those. Do we wish we were well. Not really at the Ice Bowl right but do we wish personally. I was super bowl. Three when the jets play from that you follow dancing. Sometimes one of the most important games are super bowl three. Well there's no real in the top fifty. nope play from that era. If I would have been there although I was at so many name. It's games Knits the immaculate reception for me. Well because that led to them they had to get through Oakland Oakland to get to the Super Bowl. Well that people forget about that then is they did not win the super bowl younger. Yeah that was the start. Start of the steelers they. They lost to Miami who is undefeated. That was seventy two by the way they used to have a rotation tation talk about crazy. That championship game was in Pittsburgh. Even though Miami was fourteen and all which is. That's bizarre. Czar isn't it it's central AFC central bank. So it's their report teen. Oh ooh Miami one anyway and the rest is history but look the immaculate reception. I I like it's chance to be pretty late in the countdown. You can see Chris Variety of vehicles here. NFL Primetime Co host and The the NFL one hundred all time team the top places places. Well it's great to visit with. Please tell Tommy. Set a low Chris and Hopefully we'll cross paths at the Super Bowl all right thanks for what you mean. We have a board having a blast. Doing Primetime I hope people appreciate it as much as we like doing it. And you're just there with Kate so you get it thank you. Chris Chris. Berman is program program brought to you by Mercedes. MGB prepared whatever comes your way the all new gt four door coupe. Life is the race. Visit your local dealership for test drive today if you missed any of our interviews from the Mercedes. AMC Man Cave go to the Dan. Patrick show APP watching. Listen from inside. The Mercedes G. Man Caper Sadie. Same G. driving performance. Yeah we went to a town hall with the fortieth anniversary for sportscenter and Robin Roberts was there and Chris Berman and Bob League my Trico Suzy Kolber. So we're up there on the days. Yes and you have all the employees SPN. There and I wanted it kept quiet. I wanted it a secret as much as possible that we were going to go on Sportscenter sportscenter so much so that I'm outside after the town hall with Chris Berman and Bob League and the president of ESPN Jimmy Taro and we're we're just talking and I have to go in to ESPN to get ready to start preparing for sportscenter. And and there's probably a half dozen people who know that we're going to be doing sportscenter that night. I don't even say anything to Chris and Bob up and and so I felt bad but I said look if we make it a secret and people are tuning in great. Then it'll be fun then then it's then you create sort of something going viral and that's what I wanted and We were able to pull it off so much so that I saw Chris after that the few weeks after it goes a little heads up and I go. I couldn't I couldn't do it Chris so even when I saw Bob Lee when he came into the studio I couldn't do it couldn't do all right. We'll take a break. What if the cowboys lose tonight? 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Georgia people are excited for that. Maybe because there's two biggest fan bases I have much or why that would be the game. Well it's an important game. Yes if Georgia winds than there in the final four. That's that's true that's a playoff game. LSU will still stay in the top four if they would lose but Georgia has to win that game to be involved loved the final four. They're on your the SEC commissioner. You're rooting for Georgia to win by a point now you get two teams in. Yeah now now that you don't have Alabama all right Joe Thomas. NFL Network analyst gets to put on a suit and tie Wisconsin. Grad is badgers against Ohio. State that might not be pretty. Joe Is NFL Network analyst. And you can see him tonight It'll be six eastern starting with the bears and the cowboys. Good Morning Joe. How are you Good Morning I was doing better until you took a little. Dig At my badgers As if past performance says any indication on future results. I still think the badgers have a great chance. That's the way better than well. What's that mean? Great Chann- like are you willing to put something on the line. No that just means Wisconsin Alumni and cheer for my team no matter what the expected results are. Okay I mean I was willing to put something I have Carson Palmer's heisman trophy that he sent me I will put that up against your trophy. You're very correct. How about Your Hall of Fame Your Hall of fame jacket that you'll get one All right do you WanNa talk about your browns now or at the end of this conversation. It's your show buddy okay. It has Freddie Kitchens done enough to keep his job. It's really gonNA come down to these last four games of the season. Obviously obviously they have not up to expectations and so right now. It's not looking very good for me when you have the amount of talent to them on offense Tabah quarterback Baker Mayfield redress and not be able to smoke points the way they have struggled to score points season. It's not a good look and obviously I think they really have after. Finish the season strong and put together a taste for Freddie Kitchens. That says you know. I made a Lotta mistakes in my first year as a head coach but I was able to improve improve the last quarter of the season and they can see that. He's headed in the right direction as the head coach. If he's not able to do that it's going to be a tough sell for him to the House to bring it back back. I look at a couple of situations here. Joe Like Dallas Dallas in that great position. You feel like a better coach. Different coach comes in. That's a super bowl that you have super bowl talent on that team. Cleveland has his window of opportunity with two good running backs. You got young talent on the defensive side side of the ball line could be better. You have a young quarterback and you have some talented wide receivers. You don't WanNa miss this opportunity because you don't know when it will happen again and and I see the browns and cowboys their ownership. Probably looking at this the same way and saying you know we need to bring it. We don't have the right person in in either one of these jobs. What do you using your? You're exactly right. That's why the pressure is so high right now in the house loans to be able to get the coaching position. Correct right now. And that's why these last four games are so crucial because like you mentioned right now. They've got bigger on the rookie deal. They've got incredible talent for a lot of different reasons that you mentioned specifically the running back position being able to get Kareem Hunt really elite cheap because of what happened with his situation. And then having nick trouble in rookie deal I mean. They're full of young talent which is great because they're able to get all these good players under the salary cap but that only lasts for so long on these guys. Come up with free agency. You'RE GONNA have to pay him and a lot of those names aren't going to be on the team so this is definitely there window if they want to to make that run former browns. All pro tackle Joe Thomas joining us. He'll be part of NFL network's coverage tonight bears cowboys. If the cowboys lose finish that sentence to me it's an if then proposition right now For Jason Garrett because it's GonNa be if they can win the the division and get into the playoffs then he's able to keep his job depending on how the team does in the playoffs if they're not able to make the playoffs then he gets fired absolutely if they make the playoffs lose right away he gets fired but if they can go on a run in the playoffs. I think there's enough for Jerry Jones and say let's bring him back So tonight's game is important for the playoff race but they're still in command because the NFC East is so bad that even if they lose tonight they can still win the last three and make the playoffs. Yeah it's still it's it's it's odd because you just had Ron Rivera being fired and now Jerry if they would lose tonight and then you have that long you know it's not like you're losing on a Sunday and then the following so you're losing on a Thursday and then you have all of that time and that's where I get a little nervous this is Jason Garrett if they lose tonight because it feels like the longer jerry thinks about it the worse it gets the more he wants to talk about it and I just wonder if a Thursday night loss is different than a loss on Sunday. Yeah you're right. He does have a little bit more time. Especially because a lot of people won't be in the building this weekend typically originally after a Thursday game. NFL players and coaches will get a Saturday Sunday off before. They're back in the building on Monday. But I do think that Jerry Jones making this decision in a bubble you you know he possibly would make a decision to get rid of Jason if they lose but I think he's got enough people around him that he respects right now especially his son Steven Jones they they feel like truly what they WanNa do is give Jason this season to give him one last opportunity to prove his case that he can take his team into the heights that they feel like the talent should be able to take this team too and by firing him right now they always have that little thing in the back of their mind going. Well maybe if we wouldn't have fired we could have won the division and we could've gone on the playoffs because we've heard it. I mean there's a reason that Jerry Jones is Jason Garrett around for ten years. He believes in this guy even on a lot of the cowboys fans don't and so he wants to see what he can do. Finishing out the season almost no matter what. What was your reaction to Freddie Kitchens wearing? The Pittsburgh started at t shirt. Well I think just like most people that looked at that it was a bad look in the ten days removed almost from one of the ugly Onfield incidents that we've seen in recent memory in the NFL to kind of make light of a situation like that and potentially throw some fuel on the fire to the steelers game I think it was unnecessary and coach. I think it's important for you to understand the gravity of even the smallest details when you're in that position of responsibility you know Freddie's the first time head coach his first time as an offensive coordinator was last season and until that position he was a tight ends and running backs coach and doing stuff. Like that doesn't really move the needle but when you're in that head coaching position I think just understanding the gravity of every little thing that you do and every move you make is important when you're at coach and it was just a bad look. Do you remember all the quarterbacks you block for I remember their face. I don't know how many quarterbacks do you think played while you were playing with the Cleveland browns. I think the number was like twenty two or twenty three depending on. If you consider sooner starters or guys that had to come in and fill in and relief everybody everybody. I think it was like twenty three. Oh my God I close i. I don't know I was curious to know I can. I can find that out You remember all your head coaches right I do. ooh I remember. I think I had six coaches nine offensive coordinator's nine that Iraq and they wonder why it didn't work in Cleveland and then you look at the stability of some of these other teams. You Look at New England and you go twenty years. You've had a coach and a quarterback together and here. You are having a different coach. You know almost every year every other year yeah. I never had a coach for more than two seasons. But I think that's why you see. These franchises that have stability are so good at replacing guys looking up in New England Obviously Brady is a big part of it in ballot check but when you're consistently teaching the same message which the same techniques the same systems from year to year. The expectations are understood. When you walk in that building? And they don't really care if your rookie or if you're a six-year guy that they just just signed up everybody that is surrounding you from the players and the coaches that have been there. They don't want the expectations are and so it's easy to fall in line and it's easy to fall into that winning culture where when you're constantly changing things you're trying to get people on the same page almost the first year as a head coach and you're lucky to be able to teach second and third grade concepts subscribe at the end of the season whereas when you're in the Patriots you're teaching graduate level stuff almost the entire year Paulie. Would you run down all of Joe Thomas is starting quarterback. I don't know if we have time. I throw out a few Derek Anderson. Charlie Fry Brady Quinn Ken. Dorsey Bruschi cult McCoy. Jake degrom Seneca Wallace. Thad Lewis Brandon Weeden Jason Campbell. Brian Hoyer Johnny Manziel. Kershaw Austin Davis Josh. mccown Robert Griffin the third. Cody Kessler Schon on Kaiser Kevin Hogan who is the best quarterback who played with the best quarterback. I've played with I think very Anderson had the best season. He was a pro bowler my rookie season and I think he probably ended up. Having the best career I would say maybe potentially because you the accused did release Carolina there. you know the one pro bowl year in Cleveland or any of these quarterbacks on your Christmas Card List Oh yeah. I've got great relationships with a lot of them. You know just because we didn't have great success doesn't mean I couldn't respect them as people fool players and have a good time with off the field like Brandon Weeden. Does he get a Christmas card you. That's a great question. Your wives are buddies so he's still on that You know when you go to shutter fly and you just print out the address labels still on their. It's a great to catch up with. You have fun tonight. Joe We appreciate your time as always crabbing you damn. That's Joe Thomas. NFL Network analyst Pan. You look at that list. And like he was. He was one of the few consistent things with Cleveland. Maybe the the constant isn't that was there but you have offensive coordinators. And you have different coaches in different quarterbacks. I mean it's a recipe for disaster and Cleveland certainly has his master that ran on that recipe. There there was a story that came out with the forty niners have suspended their radio color analyst. Tim Ryan Brian. He made comments on a bay area. Sports Talk Radio Show on Monday in which he talked about the Ravens and Lamar Jackson so he was John K. NPR's Murphy and Mac in the morning and he started talking about Lamar Jackson and he said that He's really good at that fake because the niners had just played the ravens so he says on the radio show. He's really good at the fake. So this is the hand off fake hand off before he keeps the ball but when you consider his dark skin color with dark football with a dark uniform you could not see that thing Ryan said I mean you literally could not see that when and he was in and out of the Mesh Point. And if you're a half half step slow on him in terms of your vision forget about it. He's out of the gate he's been suspended suspended for one game and and I don't sign up to that philosophy. Everybody who says something that stupid or wrong long ignorant should be fired. I don't know Tim Ryan. You know somebody who is tone deaf if I gave him that statement and said look at that statement there I think you would before you say it. You know what you get on a radio show and you think you're just talking to a couple couple of guys in your audience there niner fans. And you don't you don't realize I'm guessing in the moment what you're saying. I hope he didn't realize in the moment what he was saying. But I don't think you should lose his job you know you suspend him. I don't know if there's a history there of any kind of comments like like this but you know you suspend him all right. He's been embarrassed hopefully reaches out to the Ravens and says you know. Look I'm I'm sorry to in a kind of profile that way with Lamar Jackson and then you know it'll stay with him the rest of his career but okay he said it it was wrong. tone-deaf tone-deaf stupid ignorant. And you know you move on with them or at least you tried to but that was said on Monday yes mclovin. Nothing nothing to do with Tim Ryan story but the play fakes against the forty niners hysterical. How many times did they just tackle marking winning and have the ball? I know it's I mean it's it's it's funny that they're so hard to figure out like he said Lamar Jackson's gone so quickly after that but he's done a great job you know this. This isn't based off your uniform. A uniform or the that it was rainy and the football was darker in your skin color. And that's why they couldn't stop him like I think as I I heard it. I thought that Tim Ryan was saying this is why we had such a problem with him. And he's giving you reasons why the niners couldn't stop Lamar Jackson not understanding in the moment. It what those reasons are. We're not appropriate mclovin again due to mind. But that's an interesting skill. The ability like the great quarterbacks are so good at that play Air Rogers Brady those guys. You really can't even tell you could see the defensive full all the time boomer Sizon might might have been as good as anybody with the plastic play. Action might have been as good as anybody. I ever saw. Aaron Rodgers wonderful at that as well. But with Lamar are I would hit Lamar every single time. If I could I would just say to my defense. You know what. We'll take our chances stopping mark. Ingram make sure you hit Lamar Jackson. Make sure that he knows that you're hitting him no matter what if he has the bar because if he is a runner I can hit you. And he's clearly in a running position there. I would hit you whether you had the ball or not. Yes mclovin marking removed. We'll get you for eight yards if you don't focus on him though he will. Lamar will get you for thirty. I'm more concerned about Lamar than I am. Mark Ingram. How much of a difference are they didn't have Mark Ingram last year? That was a bit of a game changer. It was a great pickup. When you think about it because that that made New Orleans so dangerous that you had inside and outside you had camerin you had ingram and it made him really really tough to stop? And that's what you have now. You have to running back there with Lamar and with Mark Ingram and they can both want his outside. One is inside all right. We'll take a break here back after this on the Dan. Dan Patrick Show. If you purchase applies for business you know. It's nearly impossible to find everything you need in one place. And that's why there's Zoro DOT com. where the number one goal is to make make your life easier Zoro dot com? That's Z. O. R. O. 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Yeah like a lot but this poor woman who gets on the Peleton bike that she gets Peleton bike for Christmas from her husband and she looks like she's being held captive. She's in terror and she's in unbelievable shape to begin with but if you're Peleton see all they needed to do was if Peleton had had this woman when she opens her eyes on Christmas morning and she says that's exactly what I wanted. Nobody has a problem with us. Now you might with some of the books that she gives you their facial expressions but you could have bypassed this controversy this is the assumption is husband says. Hey I got your bike so you can get in shape now I would have. Could you do Christmas. Twenty twenty in the household old. He walks in with her hands over his eyes and he's got a gut and then she takes her hands away from his eyes and it says here get on that bike and ride have a little bit of fun with it get the same people in there and by the way she looks like. Emily Rausim some from shameless actress. But she looks like she's being held captive. She looks panicked. And it's a great product and we were discussing this. Oh you're getting some great publicity. Go Not all publicity is great publicity. But I don't know if this is one of those where bounces back after a little while. But if all she had to say this is what I wanted for Christmas then it changes everything now I would have said. Why don't you look like you're enjoying this like that's what I want and look at me? I'm writing meanwhile how he's on. The couch. Probably got bean dip on his sweater and beer. You know that that commercial Ursel. That's that's haunted me. I still think you know. Those companies like Four hymns and get Roman do male enhancement products. You know hire the same actor and she gives him a box for Christmas where honey. Here's a little something for you and it's hire the same actors. Pay A lot of money to be enough for hymns commercial and maybe make his name Ed for Ed. I think I think we're onto it Peleton. We got you covered here by the way. Thank you for this this week between Green Day and Peleton Yup. Yup I waiting for somebody from Peleton to tell me to stay in my lane Andrew in Florida joins us now. Hi Andrew What do you have for me today. Hey Dan Second time caller Just calm the same. I mean isn't it. It's like like the marketing gold nugget. I mean you guys been talking about this all week. I think it's hilarious but Yeah I mean they they nailed it. Oh you think that they. This is what they WANNA accomplish. Yeah I mean it's getting so much listening so much attention I mean. It's it's hilarious. I why did the stock go down then. Thank you in mission accomplished. Because if you said the stock doc was skyrocketing then I would go okay. Bell got what they wanted all that little. The thing is the person who came up with this commercial. Are they fired or promoted four. Which of the two? I just want to know what that strategy strategy meeting is like now because I would get that commercial outright now. Those people thought when they watch the final edited version of it. They were like. Oh Oh my God. This is just an absolute Grand Slam. This is perfect but but somebody above them had to go. Yep Love It. Yeah Yep People go love Christmas morning and all that so emotional and husband got her a bike and I would the only thing I would have said if I was watching it. It is how about you look like you're enjoying yourself on the bike instead of those is it's like get me out. Here's hunting boy. Any chance dance though that. This actress nailed the role because her job. I'm sure the director said act like you're completely nervous about getting out of stationary bicycle. And she crushed the role but she did. She crushed it but who is nervous getting on a stationary bicycle. Actress was told. Hey Act like you're look at look at that phase sell trepidation of a stationary bike. I can almost hear coming down or cheek. Just get a second wheel right this thing through the window and help me damn and it's only got one wheel on it. If it had to ride away from this guy thank you. Thank you quite a lower coming up Monday. Night is podcast night. The Los Angeles Lakers. What's happening everybody? This is the Lakers podcast on your host Mike Trudell super pumped to be either flanked by earn tool ready to go. I'm ready to go. Gang Lakers will be top ten defense on your the team that has two stars or profound. This case of Lebron in a D can sometimes kanter's other out but I think they're both good candidates for. Mvp I really like the way that this team just feels to be around the. It's it's a very clear message. That's two stars brought around eighty and it's everybody else gets on Ford a relationship that is developing between those two off report on the port. 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"On September seventeenth. Two, thousand nine, twenty, four year, old trees Richardson. Disappeared without a trace in the woods near Malibu California. And was never seen alive again. I'm Katherine. Townsend. Host the PODCAST Helen Gone. We're going to try to find out what really happened to my trees, Richardson? School. Of Humans in iheartradio present gone season three. Listen to Helen. Gone on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. What's up I am machine gun. Kelly and look I know Halloween is going to suck this year because there's no trick or treating and all that. But I've got to treat there's a musical podcast I made with my friends twenty four K. Golden and Dr Data Data and say Well Saints. Not My friend but Tommy Lee is and Tommy Lee is playing. Satan. But don't take it from me tell him. Satan. Bank. 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Let's just talk about it right now it was not good something came to me and it freaked me out and I think he's potentially going to be a big boss. Alright. Joy Taylor joining me. The settlers bring it does it's usually have a whole Halloween spook tabular in here but it is covert. So looks really nice guys. You will be wearing a costume tomorrow. Yeah. I really like half costume it I don't. I don't like to overwhelm you with my sanity. Okay. So I keep it like moderate. But I will be Halloween. Halloween is my favorite holiday. So this is. A very festive mood so Yes it. It should this just came out. Tom Brady was named NFC offensive player of the month nobody in the history of the Tampa Bay buccaneers has ever been named offensive player of the month. Folks between New England being bad and Tom Brady. Now, being the best player in football this is the biggest landslide in the history of divorces she upgraded to a superstar he now lives with his parents. There's never been a divorce like this brady currently his rankings. In football compared to the New England patriots will put a graph up Brady now. In the NFL, passing yards, four touchdowns, I intersection. Fewest Passer rating fourth this is in October just top of the League everything and the New England patriots meanwhile are absolute Drek left in passing yards last in passing touchdowns most interceptions last in passer rating. Again, it's a landslide divorce. So. I WANNA start with this. So when I suggested. When I sin jested this off season this summer. It was amazing to watch the media react. I suggested. Bella check is going to reboot. Now, you're not going to tank in the NFL nobody uses that word. But when I suggested, they're going to be five and eleven four and twelve, and they're gonNA have a top ten pick. It was remarkable to watch the media react and this is what I kept hearing joy as my witness. Ballot. Check is too competitive to let that happen. That's adorable. So you've never actually owned a business. because. That's what all. Business Billionaires do they reboot all the time one step back three steps forward You really think bill is too competitive to reboot for a year. The most competitive guy in the NBA Steve Kerr he wants punched Michael Jordan. Steve Kerr is Jerry ask. Ask Coaches. He punched Michael. Jordan. Kevin durant leave Steph gets hurt. They tank. Steve Kerr's to competitive to take a step back. No, he's too smart not to. The Boston Red Sox you don't think they care about winning mookie Betts David price by. The got expensive. They wanted to reboot for a year you don't. You don't think the Red Sox were competitive. Here's what bill ballot check is bill. BELICHICK is too competitive to be bad like this for seven years. Bill Belichick is too smart not to understand how he's GONNA win again. That's the only to bill belichick is. American companies are full of brilliant men and women CEO's founders that have taken a step back for a year to rebuild the project mechanism the idea. Bella check isn't too competitive to step back for a year he's too smart to. There's only one way out of this mess the draft it's not Cam Newton. Sorry. It's not. It's not Jimmy Garopolo first of all, why would you San Francisco give Garoppolo, who's their quarterback in that division? You gotta face golf kind of Marine Russell. Wilson. Let's let Jimmy Garoppolo go what? The idea, the media couldn't get this. So go look at New England schedule it's working out perfectly there a two win team. If you look at the rest of the way, they'll beat the jets both times that's four wins. Every other game is completely lose -able. They're not going to beat buffalo this weekend, not as good as the Ravens, the cardinals, the chargers, the Texans, the rams, they're not as good as the dolphins right now are the bills again. And they'll be four and twelve at best five and eleven. Do you know what that gets you in the draft this year top five top six. That gets you one of the three quarterbacks. Listen. The idea. I just I don't even get the media sometimes like fans by the way. Here's what's interesting when I threw my id out there the fans all got it. Because a lot of fans or business owners, a lot of you that follow me on twitter a lot of you that listen you've been in business and you know how business works right off you have to step back and get rid of a good employed to take two steps forward. The audience totally got the idea that it's a reboot year. The media just doesn't get it. Of course it to reboot you how do you make sure insure you get one of the top seven quarterbacks or top three quarterbacks now in this draft, you trade Stefan Gilmore. You let guys go at the trading deadline. You don't upgrade to keep selling parts. You let eight guys opt out. That was so unbelted check you spend time with your family don't worry about football spend time with your family eight players opted out. It's all part of the plan and it's coming true. It is coming true is if you look at the schedule, if there's how many days till the trading deadline like Tuesday. If, they let one more guy walk if they trade one more guy, what are they telling you? Bella check is too smart not to reboot. He's too competitive to WANNA. See this for the next seven years and there's only one way out of this Drek. Trevor Lawrence Justin fields or trey lands. It's not getting Garoppolo. It's not going to happen and it's not sticking with CAM? Newton. It ain't working. All right. So this is. I you know I, I will admit. I am from the coast. And I've lived a coastal life. Okay. I one of those coastal elites. It's nothing against the Midwest mid. Western. People are very nice They save their money, they pay off their house. You know flies land on their head they act like you know it didn't happen. This is sort of a midwestern thing joys from. Pittsburgh which is not mid. West. But it's closer to it. She'll. She probably has this Midwest Ethos. Only. One vacation a year you buy used cars it's very midwest. And there is nothing wrong with that although I do acknowledge that I I I would tell you a fly lands on your head. You should knock it off the point being on this is. There's nothing wrong with buying used cars. There is nothing wrong with putting away money. There is nothing wrong living below your means. WanNa be a player once in your life. Don't you WANNA. Take Darlene the Ritz Carlton. Once. Spend eight grand at a roulette table. Which you WANNA be a player once in your life deal was want to go out with the guys and. I spent four dollars on a baked potato and seven dollars on a pork chop in three dollars for. Joanna pick up a check once be a player like one time. By darlene flowers even if it's not her birthday, just because at some lingerie. Don't you. WanNa be a player once Green, bay. Be a player. The Green Bay packers have interest now and will fuller I don't know it'll work. But Green Bay has a history of living below their means and buying a used car. They get lucky at hell as quarterback with far Aaron Rodgers and they never really got those guys enough talent. Seattle's upgrading the niners upgrade. Baltimore Upgrades Philadelphia Does the Rams do they roll the dice all the time they take their wife to Ritz. Carlton they buy New Golf Clubs. They can't. Afford. They buy a new sports car occasionally they buy flowers when it's not their wife's birthday. Green Bay go for it. You Butcher the second pick in the draft. You needed a ride receiver. Go Get Willfuller I. Don't know if it'll work. But. You owe it to Aaron Rodgers. He's thirty seven years old. He's broken his collarbone twice and I'm watching all these other teams, adding pieces and adding Seattle adds a legitimate defensive linemen and Baltimore's out in this and the niners want to add this. Don't be the guy that goes to Vegas and stays three blocks off the Strip Ellis. Island. Go stay at Aria when be a player? Don't be the guy that counts your baked potato and your applesauce and then figures out exactly how much the tip is take the cheese head off just pick up the damn check. Just, once in your life. By a sports car I'm not saying you should have six. I'm not. I'm not saying you should do it. When. You just had your third kid and you're putting away money for college. But Green Bay can be so mid Western it's paralyzing. You're not gonna get another Aaron Rodgers. You're not going to go from farve to Rogers to another legend. It's not happening I guarantee it. You know lucky you are to get Aaron after Farve Dino Lucky. The colts were to get luck after Peyton manning. That doesn't happen you get John. Elway, and then you're literally twenty five years searching for it. You get Dan Marino. It's twenty five years searching for new. England's figured it out. Brady leaves let's get bad fast reboot and get the next guy. Go, get will fuller you're you're never gonna get another Aaron Rodgers and Brett Farve. It's over nobody's that lucky you're too good of a franchise to get a top four pick and the sport is now. So quarterback driven. This is why New England's gotta get up in the top five or six picks with Aaron you're never gonNA be that bad. You know Jordan love early reports that's not working. So. All I know is this Tampa Bay is excellent. And then added drunk. And now they had a be they're still adding pieces. They'll try out another piece they added Leonard Fournette didn't have to have Leonard, for that they don't need a be didn't have to have A. Good. Tight ends they're adding pieces they're going for it because they know Tom Brady is forty three years old. In Seattle's adding Carlos Dunlop yesterday. Why because Pete Carroll? Sixty nine? How long is you going to be around in Russell Wilson's playing the best football of his life he can't play like this for the next four years. Come on man I know the cheeseheads recall I know that packers he makes you feel special just once sports car you can't afford just just one time go to Vegas and pick up the check. Lingerie and flowers just because not because it's an anniversary just because. Go Get Willfuller and I don't even know if it's going to work but you owe it to Aaron Rodgers you owe it to yourself. You're butcher the second pick in the draft you owe it to him and you owe it to you to go for it, and if a fly lands on your head Swat the damn thing away it looks ridiculous. All right. I've got a theory. This is bad. This is bad. This is bad. I've got bad vibes onto and I love to it is spooky season. GEICO Wayne. This is bad. I've never done this. This is bad. I had I had first of all my pool broke down in the middle of the night and started howling at three thirty in the morning. I don't want to get into it. It is going my pool, the engine broken I have no idea three thirty in the morning I thought it was garbage truck outside my house but dogs are howling my pool is telling the whole places on it. I got bad vibes on to maybe that is what freaked me out but I I'll talk about it coming up. Next. Be Sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern nine. Am Pacific on Fox. Sports Radio One and the IHEARTRADIO APP on September seventeenth two, thousand nine twenty-four-year-old my trees. Richardson. Disappeared without a trace in the woods near Malibu California. She had been arrested beachside restaurant for failing to pay TAB and take into the lost hills sheriff station. You know I mean she's not from that area and I would hate to. Wake up to a morning report. Law. Somewhere with her head chopped off, the police released just after midnight with no car no cell phone no money. She does know the area she's never been in your area four. She's the press backed. What has me like that anymore than just your okay. My trees disappeared into the darkness and was never seen alive again. I'm Katherine Townsend Host of the podcast Helen Gone. We're going to try to find out what really happened to my trace. Richardson. School humans iheartradio present Helen gone season. Three. Listen to Helen gone on the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Extremely active. Brothers and sisters you already know what it is to gangster plump the lane for organ all the way down to Mexico to all my essay brothers and sisters be veloce. The clinicals is a with podcast hosted by former gang. 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My entire life with polling for presidents pulling was pretty accurate within three or four percent polling has been accurate. Then in two thousand sixteen wasn't with trump the silent trump voters but now conservatives tend to think we'll trump. Pulling is no longer accurate. When my whole life it was accurate. Why because of two? Thousand Sixteen. Would it suddenly you can't trust any polling we do pulling at Fox all the time it always ends up being accurate. Companies all over the country do polling constantly it's accurate. But because in two thousand sixteen was an accurate everybody now conservatives were like well, we can't trust polling. At Fox I use it some of my personal businesses I, use it at Fox I, use it at premier ready pulling his word. We can't take an outlier and say, this is the new role. That's the basis of where I come from. It's not a political rented football. So two things have been true. In my life for quarterbacks. First of all, don't listen anybody size matters of the thirty best quarterbacks of all time twenty eight are big men over six two and a half I'm six two I am taller than almost everybody I walk around at Fox that's big. The average great quarterback. is like six two and a half up Payton Tom Ben Aikman next to troy aikman big chest. Big Hands. Big Shoulder. Big Head. He's a big guy. So that's a fact. But because Russell Wilson dances around, we're like, well, that's a future. No, it's not the future. He's unbelievable and because Cuyler Murray is also unbelievable and Fran Tarkenton was unbelievable. You don't remember him I do because I'm older played at Georgia than the Vikings. He was the first run around small quarterback. Three small quarterbacks you could argue Michael Vick not at that level, but close have worked. And they're all run around guys. You can't catch Kaido you couldn't Fran Tarkenton ran circles around people for ten years I watched I was just a kid. I. Didn't have facial hair then. And then Russell doesn't or does it and Michael Vick did. Tour is small. And isn't really that athletic? So. He has to be like twenty sixteen polling. He has to be a historic exception. Can Be drew. Could God that's asking a lot. Drew brees is the outlier in the history of football. Small. Doesn't have a huge arm doesn't run around and wins. That's the only prototype I get a US. That's it. I can't take twenty sixteen polling and say that is the new rule polling never as accurate. Of course, it's accurate. Trump was a unique businessmen that ran for president. He was out there a lot of bragging and people didn't want to admit they liked him but I can't say that's polling. Company there's a lot of pulling beyond political polling that use everyday by Amazon and Microsoft. They're doing polling constantly what product we alight what product would you like? It's all pretty accurate. This idea that size doesn't matter is nonsense. It doesn't go to the forty best quarterbacks. They're almost all big and when you do get the like five eleven and a half Guy Fran Tarkenton Russell Wilson can't you can't catch them. There's like comets. Nobody can catch Russell Wilson and then Keiler Murray you look out and you're like Oh that's GonNa work in the NFL come on you can't even. Kind of Murray does he like? A marble on. Wood flooring. visit cat couldn't catch him. To has got all the small but none of the wiggle. So, he's going to struggle to see over offensive lines and unlike a keiler Marie or a Fran Tarkenton or Russell Wilson who move around a lot. And therefore. Passing lanes, they can see Russel Wilson, cuyler Murray. They throw interceptions and we all acknowledge analysts acknowledge that couldn't see over the offensive lineman. So I get the small without the wiggle. Show me the success stories one drew brees. I'm not and I told you you were here I do think his comp. Leadership a plus toughness a plus smart say plus a big game productivity eight-plus. But I had this epiphany I'm like what am I? I'm watching all these comments on polling and unlike suddenly polling never accurate. That's silly. We that's not true pulling accurate all the time ninety percent of the time. It's accurate. and. This idea that short no wiggle is going to dominate in the NFL I'm like. Who are the two quarterback? Let me ask you this. Let me ask you this. So think about borough. And Justin Herbert. They're both way better than we thought right like borough borough is good mostly that was good but Berle Herbert. Herbert bag with a big arm and we're all like I can't believe he's good. We were stupid. He's a four points student with a rocket arm who's been running around. So he's got the arm to a dozen. He's got the size to a dozen and he's got the wiggle to a dozen. That's why he's successful because he can by Tommy runs around a huge arm you can hit him he's got huge size no injury history. He's got all the things that doesn't and it's working big time in the NFL Joe. Berle doesn't have a huge arm, but he's got all sorts of wiggle. He's got all sorts of wiggle and he's got size. And many of that. Seat sometimes, it would be perfect right? If you're creating companies if you're Jeff Bezos if you're mark Cuban. All these guys have had a piff unease they never come when you want them to. That's why you get all the information you can get before a draft. You hope get the epiphany before the draft but sometimes, I've talked to Bill Polian and hall of fame GM's or like I had an epiphany it was encamped I'm like, of course, it didn't work. Of course, he doesn't. Just like all these great business leaders Bill Gates has had failures Steve Jobs had failures Jeff bezos not all their businesses work because they get the epiphany. After the deadline and the deadlines, the draft and the NFL bats, the deadline, the draft you gotta you gotTa have your piffling before the draft. That I'm driving this morning and I'm like. Wait a minute. This could be terrible. This could not work at all. This is why you have to play to a now. You have to find out. You have to find out, put him out there eight games. Let's watch and I hope I'm wrong. and. Maybe I am wrong. But I'm sitting there this morning thinking. Oh you yoy did on this. I had my epiphany. It's too late. I already bragged about him for six months. The. News. On the news, this is the headline news. Thanksgiving season. Got You. My Pool broke down at three in the morning I in my bed and I thought why is the garbage truck here and I opened the door and I'm like there's no garbage truck I went downstairs dog were howling and my dogs were howling at the pool which the engine broken it was screaming through the neighborhood at three thirty in the morning. And you have idea what it's like to have a wrench and a hammer at three thirty in the morning groggy in the dark trying to fix a pool, your neighbors don't want to come over there and you. I've been on a phone all morning with. Pool Guy. And Tonio Brown can't practice with the box until next week but he wasn't the facility for the first time yesterday. And Bruce Arians was very pleased with put off. Yeah it looks fantastic. I think we have really good conversations today he and I and He was with the meetings and meetings and everything, and he's working with ethnic Brawley strength staff. It looks in great shape in conduct. Ready to go. I never questioned another Antonio Brown would be in. That is never the question. He was a legendary worker. He's always been an incredibly harbor when it comes to write football and saying in shape that was never an issue with him. His last game was September fifteenth of two. Thousand, nineteen so Over a year ago we ever a year ago with the Patriots, he caught four passes fifty six yards and a touchdown that was his only game last season. His last full season with sealers was two thousand eighteen. Hundred, and four receptions over twelve hundred yards, fifteen touchdowns and fifteen games. So that's I. Don't doubt his talent at all. It's all the other stuff. It's the opposite of Dak with deck I never loved the arm but I love all the intangibles with him I. Love the talent I don't like any of the intangibles, I. Say. I don't people ask me what I think about it I I don't really think anything like do I think it's GonNa work. No I don't think it's GONNA work face off history of all the information that it's not gonna work as of late since he's left the steelers until now, no none of the information that we have points to that it's going to work other than the fact that he's going to stay in shape we know that. But we'll see I like I'm interested to see what happens and I don't think it's a situation where if it does implode, anyone's going to be pointing fingers do this. Why'd you bring him in? Because if it does end up being a disaster, you just got it. It's not like he's not solving a need. He's almost icing like you've got the cake do have injuries, but those guys will get healthier. They're not like old beat up received. Winnings Situation where they're relying on their receivers, they have so many weapons and Tom Brady's obviously clearly playing incredible with the injuries. It is a bit of icing also depending on how those injuries play out throughout the season become. So fascinating as a team, I can't take my eyes off him. I don't even think the networks get how good they are like if I was the networks now, put them always in prime time like we always put these legendary teams. It's like Tampa's the most interesting team in the league. Now I think if you really look at what's happened so far in the NFL on the twenty twenty season, they have to be the biggest surprise because even though it's Tom. Brady. The way the season ended for Tampa Bay last year, which was fun. But trending upwards we saw with their defense could do. They. Have a new quarterback in a completely new city situation after being in the same place for twenty years. I don't think Tampa Surprise I. Think we all thought it'd be pretty good I. Think Brady being this good. It's like. This is all tom needed. The last four years players will. Yeah. But also like it's very obvious that everything had Tampa had going was good. They need a quarterback that wasn't gonNA turn it over three times a game it's it's pretty remarkable. You look at some of the other teams around the league that have either a new coach. Or a new quarterback, there may be training in the right direction like Carolina. Now, not at this level not that quickly, it just shows you how how Great Brady really is. So the browns will have to continue this season without back in Baker. Mayfield is not happy that some are saying that he is better off. Completely. Insensitive to a guy that just tours acl. So I'm not even gonNA comment on. Those guys that's roughly balance. Well Dad is not insensitive in everybody that said they'd be better without him. I said myself included feel terrible for OB J.. He's a good guy I mean yesterday we spent like a PR firm formed nobody is rooting against O. B J. But there is data that tells you this kind of fascinating like when a-rod left the mariners and they got better you're like, how does that work or when Bryce Harper left the nats and they won the series your life. How does that work sometimes stars leave and teams get better also for that matter, we were saying this before Odell was injured. Thank you. This is not like we're doing it Qazis, hurt no, it's just that now that we're going to have to examine if we're right or not we're looking closer at the data. I'll I want us to be. Situation where he's able to be successful again, how fun it was Oh. Dealt with the giants. There's a reason why we talk about all the way we do. There's a reason he has one name right? There's only a few people that you referred to with one name in all of sports very limited list of people dow is one of them, right? There's a reason for that. He is a superstar when he's able to thrive and that hasn't happened in Cleveland and it may not be any one person's fault or anyone's fault at all like it just could be what it is. Some things don't have to have excuses or reasons it's just didn't work and everyone can be good or great and their own independent way, and it's still not be the right situation. No one is ignoring the fact that absolutely sucks that Odell Tours ACL nobody wants that would have lots. TO WORK IN CLEVELAND. I'm wrong. So what great space for the NFL though DEL thrives and Cleveland's Baker him have some show going on high flying offense that's not what happens and it's not because of towards ACL, we're going to have to look at it more closely now because he's not going to be out there too much of a good thing a bad thing. Sometimes, the seahawks got some much needed defensive help by trading for Defenseman Carlos, Dunlap and Pete Carroll's book about what he thinks that brings the team. Calls has been very, very consistent player for a long time he's been he's always been fast always been athletic. He still moves his feet well in it gets off the rock and knows exactly how to play the the spot that we WANNA play. This is an outside guy. He's classically what you're looking for us and edge rusher is a two time pro bowler with the Bengals who doesn't fifteen thousand sixteen. This. Season he has eighteen tackles one sack. And four quarterback hits Seattle acquired. I'm not from the bengals exchange for an antique for Interior Linemen Bj Finney and a twenty, twenty, one seventh round draft pick they host the forty niners Sunday at four eastern on Fox. The seahawks are favored by three according to Fox Bat. This is. A big time game this weekend. Yeah you know he's one of these things. If you look at what Seattle is right now they're good enough to win a super bowl quarterback, wide receiver, tight end linebacker, and secondary their secondary when Jamal Adams comes back be fine. They are so bad on the defensive line it unravels the rest of their defense. This is a big move. Now I don't think they should be done I think go after Ryan Kerrigan of the Washington football team. If at all possible, there are rumors. Put, this is one of these things like. A lot of. Times. You add something the free agent deadline and it's we over value what it is Carlos Dunlap is a Really good tenure player total pro it unraveled form in Cincinnati. But Seattle is a super bowl team but they are so bad that this happened a couple of years ago and I don't remember the team I love the team, but they were so bad in the secondary. It may have been San Francisco. There's a team that I recently said. In the NFL. Because of the salary cap. Nobody is great at every right, but you can't be back. Entire, unit. You can't be terrible at anything like. The dodgers bullpen was good enough to win a world series, but it wasn't good. But the rest of their team was so good. You can win the world series but it was close to being. So inept at times that it was, it got in the way of an almost perfect dodger tepe. SEATTLE'S D. Line is so bad. Everything else is on that team is be minus B. B. Plus Russell Wilson's a plus, but they have to make another move but this is a very good move by them but this this D. Line era is amazing. Murray Forty eight times that it's not even a great offensive line, he didn't get touched. Yeah, that's the problem you feel like Seattle can do anything they want to on the offensive side of the ball but if you get into and it's going to come down to as it always does big games one moment you need one stop or you need one big play if that unit is not even good to your point, you can't be bad entire unit then you can't really trust that team in that moment and that's what it comes down to in the postseason. So this is a good move for them joy Taylor with news. Well, that's the news and thanks for stopping by. Heard. Lie Greg Cosell. Top of the hour fired up today I nuts on my to theory go to my social accounts. Tell me what you think I'd just had this epiphany it's not gonNA work. That's why you've got a plan and see if it doesn't work to and I've been the biggest. In the world I, just have as a piff Unie he doesn't have size, he doesn't have wiggle. So. He's got to be drew brees to work. That's tiny window to fit your entire career and that's coming up. 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Listen it's not a good football team, their the slowest offensive team in the league, we can all blame cam, but we said this the last two years on the show they don't draft offense players particularly well to skill position they're slow Nikiel. Harry. Could be a bust I look at this right now and I do not think the answer is Cam Newton I think the answer is. To draft better off a players go into the draft. My gut feeling is Gilmore's graded the lowest he is grated since he's been a patriot. What they need is the top six draft pick not a six or a seventh win I think they move him. What are your thoughts on that? I have explored it. I mean I can tell you unequivocally the discussions with other teams about him in March and April, and they had discussions with other teams again about him and the beginning of training camp. Now since then they give raise but it's just sort of a quote unquote raise conde moved basically four million dollars in two thousand and twenty one, two, thousand, twenty. So put it this way if Stefan Gilmore wasn't willing. To play at eleven million dollars this year. So I had to give up to fifteen million dollars. Will he be willing to play at seven million dollars next year? Probably not probably have to extend him before that, and that's why most teams looked at the Patriots move to give Gilmore the race when they gave it to him as a sign this is going to be his final year New England and if this final year and Then, I think based on where they are team right now if they're honest about where they are roster standpoint, all the problems that you just pointed out there and they have to look at it. So I think they'll probably calls over the next few days that wouldn't surprise me if they entertain it. If they're reasonable I think he could move I. Don't think they're gonna one for guys who are thirty almost all almost never go first round picks, but I do think that they would listening on. People doing listen. You can say when people get a divorce, you can say I hope for the best for the other people. But if a guy gets divorced, he doesn't want. His wife to marry George Clooney. All right. Let's be honest about it here in Washington. So in the end I mean, Brady's literally the best player in the NFC come on. Albert. It stings a little New England doesn't it? was interesting about it to Brady's winning on two levels right now if you think about it, right he's playing great. No question about it. He's actually made a huge difference inside that building buildings really become isn't a lot of different ways and you see guys buying a different level than they were before because of him. So he went on that front right he's winning games he's playing well, he's an MVP candidate all the rest of it. Also winning on another level level is calling. He was right like all the stuff that he was upset about the last couple of years in New England about not having talent around about his personal performance being affected by their approach to roster billy right now, the way cams playing the way offenses performing it looks like Tom Brady was right at all of it, and so I can tell you everybody here still has love for new ing love for Tom, Brady and I I think ultimately like whenever he decides to retire you know he's he's obviously going to have a statue built on built on in front of Gillette Stadium, all the rest of it. As as of the right man for it for the right now, the right now looks like Tom Brady's winning the front that he's playing really well somewhere else and he's winning on the front that he was right about everything that he was upset about the last couple of years. Okay. Green. Bay's Oh has had this midwestern ethos we we pay off our house we buy used cars we put money away we leave they don't they're not big rollers and In, the free agent market they draft they develop and there is a place for that. But when Seattle's getting people and the Ravens are getting people and you start looking around at these teams, the rams, the eagles, GM's dealmakers I think they have to get a will fuller and I don't know if it works Aaron Rodgers thirty-seven in a month to collarbone breaks like Dad. I think Green Bay gotTa make a move. I think they're going to feel some pressure. Do you think they make a move for a Fuller Aura Amari cooper? You know what? I would actually look at it. Differently I I think since Brian Gouda Aku Scott there? As the general manager was promoted to be general manager Ted Thompson retired they have been more aggressive. They went on got Preston Mittens at Areas Smith up for their defensive front they've been more aggressive and trading trap her no question the ethos change their we just haven't seen it manifest as far as adding a weapon on the fly during the season and I certainly that's something they're. Going to be looking at, you mentioned willful or there's a specific reason why that makes sense. If you look at the way that that office that Shanahan type of offense is built, there's always one burner. There's always one guy who can take the top off and matlock floors in Atlanta and they were playing really well, that was Taylor Gabriel. We've seen it different levels in different places. I certainly think that if there was someone available like that, that would make sense for them. I think the packers would seriously look at willful or can be that guy another Guy Houston Kenny stills can can be available those two guys I think would make some sense. If Dijon Jackson it stayed healthy I think he's somebody else that you might have looked at but I think the. Packers are certainly open to the idea of adding speed to the office because it's sort of the one missing piece that would floor as left in putting together the Shanahan type of off. So the cowboys are seven and a half point Fox bet underdogs to Philadelphia they go out they may be on the third string quarterback they get blown out they made a couple of moves yesterday. Will move to get rid of some defensive guys I. Contend there in a rebuild they just don't want to admit Michael Gallup need cedrick Wilson. CD, Lamb Galette, Amari who they don't need for what they need is draft picks and salary cap space. If they were to move a receiver and if they get blown out this weekend, you start getting to a point like, Okay Tuesdays, the deadline do you think a cooper or a Michael Gallup would be moved if they had to make a choice. I think there's no question would be cooper and it's not because is a bad players bad guy in the building any of that and more has to do with their salary cap situation and if you look at all the guys they've signed long-term and there are a lot of Jalen Smith. DEMARCUS LAWRENCE AC Martin. Tyrant Smith Zeke Elliot, they're going to have to take care of Dak Prescott after this year you look at logistically where they're out with the salary cap going down next year. There's there's going to be sort of a traffic jam salary cap numbers there, and so if they are going to look at moving players ahead of the deadline, I think that it's going to be with an eye towards twenty twenty, one CD lamb still on a rookie contract Michael Gal on a rookie contract Amari Cooper is making twenty million dollars a year the math was very Very simple there. So I think it would absolutely have to be Amari Cooper over the other to finally Albert Berg couple minutes left to a debut Sunday. He doesn't have ideal size. He's not a runaround guy like Russell Wilson I had an epiphany last night. This is not gonNA work. I had a bad epiphany last night. What are your sources say onto a? What are the expectations? So a couple things here, number one, I heard you say this in the last segment raises the comparison that Nick Sabin and his staff gave all the NFL scouts the came through the last couple of years you heard people say Russell Wilson he's not as fast as Russell Wilson so the cop is drew brees that's who got to be the second piece of that I think is really interesting here how the dolphins are handling. This is counterintuitive I gotta give Bryant Floors and Chris grier credit for this. Normally, how does a rookie quarterback a first round pick get in the lineup if he's not starting week one normally it happens because the team's one. In six or two and ten, and the wheels are coming off and just throw them out there and it might be bad situation. But let's get him the Reps. this is the exact opposite of that. The dolphins are playing really well, they hit their by and you know what greer in Florida's said here's a great situation to put our young quarterback in our team is playing well, we don't need to put the weight of the world shoulders. He'll get to play in a winning situation in competitive games. This great spot to put our young quarterback Gannon. So while look funny because his was playing really well, I do think that there was a certain. where it was, we're not competing for championship right now, and if you look forward, really going to be best for two is putting them in a good situation. So let's get him. Right now, I, really like what they're doing I don't know if they'll make it but I think it does put them in the best position to succeed Albert breer Monday morning quarterback such great stuff love having you on but thanks. He does a great job. Did it make you feel better about? What he said about tool was my epiphany he's gotta be drew brees. So Nick Saban saw what I saw, which is the the only appears drew brees. That is the comp smart leadership guts calm poised accurate. So. I mean that's that's like being. I think, that is I think one of the many criticisms of me. Too handsome to smart the one that really I've never understood Colin flip flops and I'm like timeout. If I get new information. Do you not want me to give it to you if I'm a weatherman and you're going to have a wedding? And Icy a new storm front coming and your beautiful daughter is going to have a wedding. Should I go? No I, told him on Tuesday it wasn't GonNa Rain I don't entertain people like that. They're just don't get it. Let me ask you this. Every. Business that's ever started in America what if something doesn't work? Well, I. CAN'T FLIP FLOP to a new Jeff bezos created an online bookstore. That's not what they do anymore like the idea not a logical mentality. 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