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"gerald jelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"gerald jelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Delighted you're with us from uptown, Charlotte. As this exciting weekly had here in the city comes to an end. And we've got Florida state Bob on top twenty seven to nineteen and Duke has been pretty careless both teams with six turnovers. But some of those are taking advantage of that. That's the big flip around from game one. And from when the game was close to last media timeout, which two points off turnovers. Florida state has a nine two points off turnovers. Now the game they lost our regular season. They got out scored twenty two nine points off turnovers. So thank swings. Mike chef skis timeout that was trending poorly. Florida state four of four on their last four shots. That's weather up twenty seven nineteen basketball moving right to left Barrett along the right baseline up all swatted away by the cell. They'll still be basketball. But only five seconds on the shot clock. Jones will do the honors for the leaf is bucket. I went from apple valley. Minnesota. Looking for jet white down low. He's got it listed sit on the baseline. Bounced it out the baseline teddy. Valentine right says going the other way to state ball. We've got our answer about dude is definitely a little let down from what went on Carolina. Not as far as state team is really good. But just those plays like that we're past that's an easily preventable bounce festival outbound onto the baseline of turnover. That's the seventh turnovers. Ridiculous basketball games forest. Top of the arch stops goes inside the. Just outside the free. Throw misses the shot the rebound put down for points. Going between to Florida state defenders any chance at all rocks. What he does for them nights the crowd nights, his teammates when they're struggling. He went right between as you describe the two vendors about twenty five feet away. And then he was home free and to hand flush. For us to Kabbage. Feeling it from outside that's long or two Kevin Galli and the rebound down, the Florida reddish Greenwich. Open for three off the front of the iron. No, good rebound. Florida state may throw it away. Caught up in trying to play too fast because they made the mistake to you talked about before the emotion get to them. That's not dukes game. They right now they got a guy who can just go through the defense is like a knife hot knife through butter and instead reddish tolls. Three in transition and in Florida state gets too excited. Nobody around to the back court throwing away trying to go to quicken. Williamson open for a long three that is off. The Mark had rebound. They're going to call Jack white for going over the top not a great shot for him either. But I know what he's thinking he's a very bright player, and they are backing off so far and she's thinking nobody can make a shot. I've made a couple in the last couple of days they got so much. Let me just get my feet square. He was a couple of behind the line that I could make that maybe I'll loosen things up. But he did not. And they still have got a three. The full court Florida states forest by fifty left on behalf Seminoles up six. After the right corner. They get it to Walker Walker down low now back outside. Here comes hierarchy jock off the glass notebook any touch the red cell took the shot and a foul after the shot down low against. Gerald jelly on the rebound. They said through his defender to the ground trying to get position. Tough. Call to be honest trade Jones are so much smaller. They just got tangled for a little bit. And Trey got the worst call the foul. But I'll tell you. I thought he was just trying to get good weakside physician. Man comes back on the floor for Leonard Hamilton, Florida state Seminoles. Jelly Kevin Kelly to the bench. And here's Duke basketball's down six the blue devils five and a half to go in the first half reddish outside the Jones. He's open. It's a three round the rim. No, good ferret tips. The rebound tries to say that does pass inside the Williamson tipped out of bounds. Last touch by looking at each other, Florida state. It's going to be okay. The ball. Great effort that time by Barrett to save. It. After the MS dos. Passos inside the parrot. He puts it up off the glass, and he got fouled on the play as well. Trent forest. Every time. I see a team scored a play like that that player variation of it. Sure, how it works. But it does basically they just take a guy and times perfectly as the referee hands. The the man the ball. He breaks down the middle of the lane. It's just simply break straight to the basket. And they give it to me scores. There's no fake. There's no trick is no deception. There's no screen. He just runs to the basket. They get jewelry stores Barrett at the free throw line. I one shooter the follow on two point bucket is good three point play. Another one. Into the forecourt tied up double team. They throw it away. Here's a seal by Barrett. Him by himself. With the fans on their faith that Ceylon though that silent again Ziad playoff the great on ball defense. Jones. Jones pushes the ball the sideline gets the defender to turn is back Williams. It comes from the blindside. You see that big and tremendously athletic presence. You kinda panicked a bit. And then it was thrown away nickel stroz across court Barrett. Anticipates steals it and gets the duck. Leonard Hamilton has decided to call a timeout. So he's gonna talk things over at his team out in front. But now the league is just one twenty seven to twenty six to stay right now possibly a three seed, according to Joel Nardi. Of course with the big win over North Carolina. Last night. Tarheels leave the building. So that was kinda lost in the Suffolk Virginia. Everybody talked about Virginia coming back after losing UNBC here the NCAA basketball tournament. This was no fun for ROY Williams last year coming into this house they won their opener. But then lost. They got whipped by Texas a and Edmund here a year ago. Is interesting. One of the players was talking about that they are running from it that, you know, they've got something to prove in this postseason Virginia. You're right about Virginia's Virginia's revenge. Carolina feels the same way they think they made a much too early exit last year as well. The pressure by Jones in the backcourt off before comes Nichols against that pressure crossed the timeline, man. Tries to set a screen wasn't very good. Now, he breaks to the basket, but abouts passed a covert top of the arc thought about shooting. Now. Walker's got jaywalking guarded by Williamson trying to go by the good guy. Forget that bounce pass along the lane demand. And since it outside Nichols hierarchy trade around the rim. No good. Parents got the rebound for. Taking the defensive pressure up a notch here in the last couple of minutes tends to take the lead a lob to Williamson inside. And he got fouled by Jay Walker. That will be the seventh team foul against Florida state suppose, the game is just about the termination Bill and dukes determination defensively. The last three minutes has been at another level. And that was I on saying I am going to get this ball on the block. I don't care. What you do you confront me with a guy behind me? But I'm going to get it. And he did drew without. Williamson at the free throw line one and one good. Williamson ways to eighty five Walker to thirteen. Ties the game at three. Ties the games number three comes on the floor twenty seven apiece. Trent forest back for Leonard Hamilton Seminoles fourth tie the game. There have been three changes. So it's been competitive entertaining. Is you said it didn't climate because last night half. The house was a lighter shade of blue. And the other is a darker shade of blue. Williamson miss this free, thriving got a foul on Jack white. His second penalty for style. But it's not the same way tonight. The rivalry built in Florida state Florida state fan. Live anywhere near the number fans. Carolina did the fans are here are pretty volt. Will why their bench, but it's a big pocket. Four fouls against two to to delory to white. Here's banned for the Seminoles and a tie game with four twenty two and a half twenty-seven apiece. ACC championship game spectrum center in Charlotte. Bill resents, Bob Valvano. Nichols driving right to the lane on trade. Jones puts up a right hander off the rim. Short loose fall controlled by Florida state, back the Nicholson the right corner, but Jones good defense, and he's gonna keep holding the basketball now tried to drive by John's up author Mr. shot white good defense back again Nichols. No good man's. Got the ball puts it up in a foul on the play great hustle by all three Florida state players. Dow Golo man, we'll go to the free throw line. And a foul called against the Duke blue devils. Jack, white will be honest. We'll see if it's on white. It's number three. Three fifty three to go in the half..

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"gerald jelly" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"gerald jelly" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And both talk about it, I suppose, and then the second question is the federal system. It's been this way since nineteen Eighty-four. That's one question. The second question is whether the person poses a danger because it is possible that someone might come back, but still also might be somebody who might do something else. And as we all know from the headlines, and from examples cited by all sorts of people. Sometimes people who are out on bail do terrible things. And the system doesn't have a lot of tolerance for that. Because nobody wants to be the judge who decided to let somebody out who. Then hurts somebody else like a match the issue that the bail system has been struggling with for a long time. How do you how do we deal with that? With those questions. Yeah. I mean, that's the fear based thinking that I think permeates the entire criminal Justice system. So Mark Howard from Georgetown University. Certainly there on the Bill front. It's there on the parole front that balancing it was talking about this is why parole commissions, and particularly when there's a governor involved which happens in some states are so afraid of letting someone out it's always that one. If it's one in two thousand one in ten thousand well that one might come back to haunt me. We saw we saw caucus campaign. Right. Exactly, Willie Horton, right? Yeah. The ghost of Horton haunts all of American judicial politics. I think that it's hard to overcome that. I think what needs to happen would be the de-politicize that in my research for my book, unusually cruel. I spent time in France meeting with judges. They're judges make decisions and I got to sit in on some parole hearing the conditional release early release where somebody at after half of their sentence has the right to peer in front of their judge explained. What they've done how to change and then judges make determinations, and I talked to the judge afterwards. Let about half of them go and half nut. And I said what happens if one of those you let out goes back to commit another crime. We'll come back to you. And he said, no that's a separate process. I'm insulated from that in the US, it's hard to imagine that ever occurring. But I think that we need to take measures to insulate the judicial decision making from this fear based thinking, I mean, there's so much that drives it, of course, media and TV. Sort of hyper focused on crime this obsession with crime that people have that just make the fear based thinking dominate. But I think that we need to have a paradigm shift in how we go about. I also just want to respond to a comment Robin made earlier while I have certainly a deep respect and admiration, and I share to some extent the view that we ideally shouldn't need prisons. I think that the realities, of course, we have them in spades. While there's been some decrease. If we were to sit around waiting for them to go away for our country have this paradigm shift. We'd be waiting a long long time. And so I'm committed to doing the work on the back end that Robbins doing in the front end, which is working with people. So that they change and to help society recognized that they changed and to open the door to let them out. I can't even tell you everything hundreds of parole letters, testified at hearings I'm doing everything possible to try to get people. Out and to have society prepared to accept them to welcome them to embrace them to support them. And I think that's critical. Right. So it's certainly a dream that we share of no longer needing prisons at all, or at least, very minimal cases. But the reality is there so vast so prominent United States that we need to attenuate on front and back end, and while people were there, so that we have a more humane society, not just prisons. So the question. I would like to appeal to congress because I don't know anybody that I grew up with Nino. None of them are childhood friends. Escaped prison, all Valentino Dixon. Sometime went to prison. Whether it was the smallest fence to fence. You know? And we're I grew up at the very violent drug infested neighborhood where was in Buffalo New York, you know, chronic unemployment economic collapse. There's no jobs visible. You know, so hopelessness, you know, in all of this people act out when they don't have anything where there's no hope. Okay. In often. This leads them to prison. You know, Martin Luther King said it best. You know, he said it takes money to. Stop the unemployment department bad schooling. To give people jobs. You know, you give people jobs, you will see a decline in criminal activity. You know, people are people when they're going to mess up and make bad decisions. You know? Oh, also too. Speak to prosecutors. Judges. All of us are human beings. In. But to have a disregard for a certain class of people or nationality or culture is not right. You know that everybody deserves the same care and compassion. You know that the next class receives this is she's been radio programming from Winston WC SPF in washed, this a human rights issue. We spoke up is also a constitutional rights issue and a civil rights issue. You know, and I think that it compares to other countries like Norway Norway hasn't recidivism rate of seventy seven percent. I'm twenty percent. Our seventy seven. United States have a seventy seven percent recidivism rate. You know, why? Because they're prisoners are treated more. Humanely. Okay. He's better treatment. They focus on rehabilitation. Okay. Let me ask you a question though. So and then I'll come back to you. So when I was in New Jersey, we started a federal prisoner reentry court for for folks were coming back to New Jersey. I won the Newark area. Now, we have one in Trenton Camden that they would show up to court every two weeks. They would meet with the judge public defender. Prosecutor you from your office probation officer and the question the judge basically starts every session with his Mr. extra MS X. What do you need? And because politician recognizes in the system that if you if you get a job. You're done because you can't support yourself in some way. That's a problem. What the folks, you know, who were in whether you know, them from when they were in or whether you've met them since you've got out or your childhood friends. You were talking about what are the things that the system can do because you're right. Congress could act, but let's not hold out our hopes for that at the moment. Maybe the government won't even be open on Friday. So the question for you is is what are the program? Look like for a guy who comes out in your situation, not having done it at all. We're having served his time and served it in a in a relatively productive way. Whether it's drawing or not what does that look like well first of all their styles of after calls for felon coming out of prison. And this guy wrote a book that there were ten thousand obstacles that many our narrow down to maybe just a couple of hundred be. Yeah, let's just be reasonable. It's a few hundred obstacles, you know. And I knew this. Why was it because I paid attention to the guys that were coming back, and I were asked them. Hey, why you left couple of years ago? Now, you're back. What's the reason? You know, it was always based on there's no jobs and the jobs that are available. The guy can't survive off with two hundred and fifty dollars a week. You know, it's just not gonna pay anything. So what does he do? He resorts back to his old ways. And he said, you know, I'm going to have to get it this way, I'm going to have to knock somebody upside the head to get my next meal, and there's always and they're often guys who they used to run with right report welcoming them back right away that we don't right. You know? And so that's the core of the problem of mass incarceration, lack of jobs, you know, training. Also, you know, people need to be trained, you know, educated. You know, in for example, when I was arrested ninety one I went to adequate ninety two, you know, and I wrote in college of small business the following year. Governor Pataki took it, you know, so I had to resort to just orien- books and reading on self help books, you know. So there's a lot of guys that if they can give it given opportunity would go go to college inside prison and this would change their mentality. Tremendously. Yeah. I did. I so, you know, over the past twenty five years ninety nine percents of our Gerald jelly growth in this country has been specifically and exclusively because of bail. So ninety nine percent of our jugaris has been the result of holding people in jail cells having convicted of crimes because they can't pay bail. So you say jail as opposed to prison. So when you think about that for a second, it costs us annually as as a society right fourteen billion dollars a year to hold people in jail cells who haven't been convicted of a crime on cash bail, Robin Steinberg when we when we talk about education, and reinvesting, communities and healing communities. Right. They need to be healed people always go. Well, we don't have the money to do that. And I want to say, well, he could take the fourteen billion dollars at using the whole people in jail cells crimes, and you can reinvest those into communities and allow communities to decide how to heal themselves and what that looks like. So that's I think really sort of. Perfect point. But also that the money is actually there were just spending it in different ways until one quick story. And then I'm gonna open the floor for questions. I for twelve years before I was United States attorney I spent fourteen years with the department of Justice, then I spent twelve years in private practice. And then I was in the US. Attorney for seven and a half before I came back into private practice. And so in that twelve years I had clients who were who were prosecuted I'd clients who were acquitted by clients who were convicted client went to jail. I had a client who has an interest other folks who is an orthodox Jew who was convicted of tax evasion. And because this is the way the federal prison system. Does it they send people farther away because they're aren't federal prisons everywhere. And they often try to separate people from sometimes from the folks with whom they were running before sometimes from from other defendants with whom they've been convicted my client was in Petersburg, West Virginia in a level one facility. And and because he had he was a man of means his family in a wife and five kids would come to visit him with great frequency. And his wife would be sitting in the waiting areas talking to the other wives, and she would say what's your husband here for all?.

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"gerald jelly" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"gerald jelly" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He hasn't been thinking him, yes. So that's what I was gonna say. I think that might be a health issue. Some of it is his style of play though. 'cause like Marcus Peters has always been overaggressive and can like retirement with board. Like if you play, if you live by the sword, you die by the sword a little bit. And he is kind of that guy, Mark baron being backed linebackers huge for them, but. It'll be interesting to see how they handle him. I don't think the Broncos are going to be the team to really put that to a test. But yeah, you know, Kappen Brandin cooks that if if they were playing a better team, I might have some cause for concern, but you said I have two predictions, right? So I don't think they're going to have any trouble with is my bold Dake is that the Rams will easily handle the Broncos. I presume you agree. Are you agree if I were holding out any hope it'd be rushing attack? What's the line on this game? Opened up seven point home underdogs seven points or even. Yeah. Took the Rams. Yeah, I would j what's the next chief chiefs, patriots. All right. So we are the best game. Of the weekend? Probably the most exciting game. I want to hear the chiefs before we get to the patriots. So what earlier when I was about to go into highly questionable, you ask me, we taught him on this on the radio show. Is that what you asked me about this. This is something that we've been talking about in the brakes and it's never made it to air, but we wanna do the cliche sports. Radio says, what that discussion? If you're the Packers, do you trade Aaron Rodgers for Patrick Mahomes? This is actually it's like a sophisticated discussion about team building, right? It's not really like a one for one skill thing because if it was a one for one skill thing, I would stick with Rogers because we don't know what Patrick Mahomes gonna look like in December when he's getting his book kick or whatever. And but but you have to take into account the thirty million dollars salary and whatever is age and stuff like that. I just bowled over by Mahomes though in we're heading conversations about NFL. Offense is really are wide open. You know, refs don't do anything or they're always over and like these guy in we there was that Brady quote from the week when he was talking about Mahomes and he was like, nowadays, the NFL it's college style football or something, and you sounded like a little salty to me a little Gerald jelly. But I listened to that and I'm like, yeah, yeah, that's that's true. But then I watched the games in Patrick. Mahomes makes really difficult throws like those guys are wide open like he's threatened needles than doing crazy stuff. So you can only get so open in the amount of time they go deep, go deep quick, which is an evolution of the game that we're not used to seeing. So while they're still getting some separation because it got blazing speed there going so quick that these are tighter windows lately it at the beginning of the season. There were, there were some ridiculously. Your home so into, they've tightened up as teams have gotten film. This is recent. Yes. And this is the Jags and Bronco. Good defenses. Right? So yes, you're absolutely right..

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"gerald jelly" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"gerald jelly" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"He hasn't been thinking him, yes. So that's what I was gonna say. I think that might be a health issue. Some of it is his style of play though. 'cause like Marcus Peters has always been overaggressive and can like retirement with board. Like if you play, if you live by the sword, you die by the sword a little bit. And he is kind of that guy, Mark baron being backed linebackers huge for them, but. It'll be interesting to see how they handle him. I don't think the Broncos are going to be the team to really put that to a test. But yeah, you know, Kappen Brandin cooks that if if they were playing a better team, I might have some cause for concern, but you said I have two predictions, right? So I don't think they're going to have any trouble with is my bold Dake is that the Rams will easily handle the Broncos. I presume you agree. Are you agree if I were holding out any hope it'd be rushing attack? What's the line on this game? Opened up seven point home underdogs seven points or even. Yeah. Took the Rams. Yeah, I would j what's the next chief chiefs, patriots. All right. So we are the best game. Of the weekend? Probably the most exciting game. I want to hear the chiefs before we get to the patriots. So what earlier when I was about to go into highly questionable, you ask me, we taught him on this on the radio show. Is that what you asked me about this. This is something that we've been talking about in the brakes and it's never made it to air, but we wanna do the cliche sports. Radio says, what that discussion? If you're the Packers, do you trade Aaron Rodgers for Patrick Mahomes? This is actually it's like a sophisticated discussion about team building, right? It's not really like a one for one skill thing because if it was a one for one skill thing, I would stick with Rogers because we don't know what Patrick Mahomes gonna look like in December when he's getting his book kick or whatever. And but but you have to take into account the thirty million dollars salary and whatever is age and stuff like that. I just bowled over by Mahomes though in we're heading conversations about NFL. Offense is really are wide open. You know, refs don't do anything or they're always over and like these guy in we there was that Brady quote from the week when he was talking about Mahomes and he was like, nowadays, the NFL it's college style football or something, and you sounded like a little salty to me a little Gerald jelly. But I listened to that and I'm like, yeah, yeah, that's that's true. But then I watched the games in Patrick. Mahomes makes really difficult throws like those guys are wide open like he's threatened needles than doing crazy stuff. So you can only get so open in the amount of time they go deep, go deep quick, which is an evolution of the game that we're not used to seeing. So while they're still getting some separation because it got blazing speed there going so quick that these are tighter windows lately it at the beginning of the season. There were, there were some ridiculously. Your home so into, they've tightened up as teams have gotten film. This is recent. Yes. And this is the Jags and Bronco. Good defenses. Right? So yes, you're absolutely right..

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"gerald jelly" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"gerald jelly" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"Yes. So that's what I was gonna say. I think that might be a health issue. Some of it is his style of play though. 'cause like Marcus Peters has always been over aggressive and retirement with board. Like if you play, if you live by the sword, you die by the sword a little bit. And he is of that guy, Mark Barron being backed linebackers huge for them, but. It'll be interesting. I see how they handle him. I don't think the Broncos are going to be the team to really put that to a test. But yeah, you know, Kappen Brandin cooks that if if they were playing a better team, I might have some cause for concern. But you said I have two predictions, right? So I don't think they're gonna have any trouble with my bold Dake is that the Rams will easily handle the Broncos. I presume you agree. Are you agree if I were holding out any hope it'd be rushing attack? What's the line on this game? Opened up seven point home underdogs. Seven points even. Yeah. Took the Rams I would j what's an in chief set patriots. All right. So we are the best game. Of the weekend? Probably the most exciting game. I want the chiefs before we get to the patriots. So what earlier when I was about to go into highly questionable, you ask me, we taught him on the radio show. Is that what you asked me about this. This is something that we've been talking about in the brakes and it's never made it to air, but we wanna do the cliche sports. What that discussion. If you're the Packers, do you trade Aaron Rodgers for Patrick Mahomes actually, it's like a sophisticated discussion about team building, right? It's not really like a one for one skill thing because if it was a one for one skill thing, I would stick with Rogers because we don't know what Patrick Mahomes gonna look like in December when he's getting his book kick or whatever. And but but you have to take into account the thirty million dollars Alary whatever age and stuff like that. I just pulled over by Mahomes though, and we're heading conversations about NFL offers guys are wide open and you know, refs don't do anything or they're always over and like these guys in we, there was that Brady quote from the week when he was talking about Mahomes and he was like, nowadays, the NFL it's college style football or something. And you sound like a little salty little, Gerald, jelly, but. I listened to that and I'm like, yeah, yeah, that's true. But then I watched the games in petrol homes makes really difficult, throws like those guys are wide open like he's threatened needles than doing crazy stuff. So you can only get so open in the amount of time they go deep, they go deep quick, which is an evolution of the game that we're not used to seeing. So while they're still getting some separation because it got blazing speed there going so quick that these are tighter windows lately it at the beginning of the season. There were, there were some ridiculously window. Mahomes throw into. They've tightened up as teams have gotten film. This is recent. Yes. And this is the Jags and Bronco good defenses. So yes, you're absolutely right. But and Mahomes didn't have his best game against Jacksonville, but the defense kind of up. We'll talk about a little bit, but when that's more like Blake, Bortles happened, but I, I guess, Mahomes I wanted to ask you, what do you think can be done? I guess to play good. I dunno give Bill bell, check extra time to prepare, which had. I Bill Bella check the book on him. He always takes away what you're best at. I'm really best. I think it's Kelsey..

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"gerald jelly" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"gerald jelly" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Yes. So that's what I was gonna say. I think that might be a health issue. Some of it is his style of play though. 'cause like Marcus Peters has always been over aggressive and retirement with board. Like if you play, if you live by the sword, you die by the sword a little bit. And he is of that guy, Mark Barron being backed linebackers huge for them, but. It'll be interesting. I see how they handle him. I don't think the Broncos are going to be the team to really put that to a test. But yeah, you know, Kappen Brandin cooks that if if they were playing a better team, I might have some cause for concern. But you said I have two predictions, right? So I don't think they're gonna have any trouble with my bold Dake is that the Rams will easily handle the Broncos. I presume you agree. Are you agree if I were holding out any hope it'd be rushing attack? What's the line on this game? Opened up seven point home underdogs. Seven points even. Yeah. Took the Rams I would j what's an in chief set patriots. All right. So we are the best game. Of the weekend? Probably the most exciting game. I want the chiefs before we get to the patriots. So what earlier when I was about to go into highly questionable, you ask me, we taught him on the radio show. Is that what you asked me about this. This is something that we've been talking about in the brakes and it's never made it to air, but we wanna do the cliche sports. What that discussion. If you're the Packers, do you trade Aaron Rodgers for Patrick Mahomes actually, it's like a sophisticated discussion about team building, right? It's not really like a one for one skill thing because if it was a one for one skill thing, I would stick with Rogers because we don't know what Patrick Mahomes gonna look like in December when he's getting his book kick or whatever. And but but you have to take into account the thirty million dollars Alary whatever age and stuff like that. I just pulled over by Mahomes though, and we're heading conversations about NFL offers guys are wide open and you know, refs don't do anything or they're always over and like these guys in we, there was that Brady quote from the week when he was talking about Mahomes and he was like, nowadays, the NFL it's college style football or something. And you sound like a little salty little, Gerald, jelly, but. I listened to that and I'm like, yeah, yeah, that's true. But then I watched the games in petrol homes makes really difficult, throws like those guys are wide open like he's threatened needles than doing crazy stuff. So you can only get so open in the amount of time they go deep, they go deep quick, which is an evolution of the game that we're not used to seeing. So while they're still getting some separation because it got blazing speed there going so quick that these are tighter windows lately it at the beginning of the season. There were, there were some ridiculously window. Mahomes throw into. They've tightened up as teams have gotten film. This is recent. Yes. And this is the Jags and Bronco good defenses. So yes, you're absolutely right. But and Mahomes didn't have his best game against Jacksonville, but the defense kind of up. We'll talk about a little bit, but when that's more like Blake, Bortles happened, but I, I guess, Mahomes I wanted to ask you, what do you think can be done? I guess to play good. I dunno give Bill bell, check extra time to prepare, which had. I Bill Bella check the book on him. He always takes away what you're best at. I'm really best. I think it's Kelsey..

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