19 Burst results for "J. Feeley"
It's A Big Day For Economic Data
"Well there's the yield curve and then there's the data and to is a big one for economic data give readings at retail sales industrial production his wheels worker productivity to weld walk us through all this this warning were happy to have your name is Shelly to the senior U. S. economist for Bloomberg how do you have a recession when data is good but let's start with that broad question yet not yet I think definitely rising uncertainty about you know trade tensions and the whole you know I'll yield curve in version and market's reaction I raising risks to economic outlook but we're not nearing a recession not just yet I think of the health of the consumer sector remains the driving force of the economy even though you know other sick this might be lacking so but having said that it's very critical to watch the next few payrolls reports all these the payroll so always important but they are becoming really critical just to see whether uncertainties about the outlook of filtering into hiring decisions hiring plans eve that folders we have we're gonna have a trouble okay that's sort of like said that sounds like a slew of your word about self fulfilling prophecy that you know police predictors out there than the consumers and say oh wait a second let me rein in spending sure that's so that's the biggest risk I think we're not there yet but we will keep watching labor market that is critical okay this data dump that we get this one what are we looking at well you mentioned the retail sales and industrial production and we will continue to see the divergences between the consumer sector which remains strong and this will probably be reflected in retail sales this morning in weakness in the business sector industrial production based on hours worked at least that we saw in the latest payrolls report will get a will be extremely weak so but most critical to watch this morning and you didn't mention this to Sir so Feeley said an empire surveys these are most critical to watch this morning because the data the in this service covers the period after trump's tweets initial tweets about re escalation of trade tensions or is specially the manufacturing sector are they not spending because of concerns about what's going to happen in the future or something else it's called uncertainty so when you don't know what's going to happen to policy what happens to terrorists you know you'll just postpone knows some marginal investment plans you you just you just don't know so that's why it is affecting the business sector
"j. feeley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Right. It didn't look like it hit elements. Thumb and it was impossible to tell. But you saw it enough times. You're like, man. I don't think it it touched another overturn though, it was the right call. So you like replay. I love it. I like getting the calls, right? And now you see what's happening to an entire City New Orleans. That's bent out of shape. You know, why? Because they don't have that as a replay. Wishing they had replay. It is not more replay. I understand have enough. It changes the dynamic of the game. Right. It's a little deflating when you. All this momentum. Especially with those teams say these teams left, you just want excitement and fireworks everywhere. And then you're watching commercials and looking at a guy look at tablet for a little bit. But getting right is so much more important than those five minutes of a cool down those five minutes also had the drama. I like seeing the replace trying to figure out if it's the right call in the field. I do too. I love replay. You know what I don't like. I don't want be the commotion here. I don't like ex-referees as analysts who are telling me whether or not something's going to be overturned. Why that's their level of expertise. CDS is doing such a great job with territory J Feeley on the field telling me the wind conditions. What people were doing the broadcast the games in silence. Like, what are you looking for you guys telling you what's about to happen referees explaining what you'd be Galler or shouldn't be? Here's what I want. I want one of my guys that'd be the play by play guy. Checking Shelvin from the Shelvin chain. Right. And I want my other guy to be the Jon Gruden or the John. Madden. Who's just there for nothing, but enthusiasts? I wanna play all I want. So you want Jim Nance? John Madden broadcast with Ragas. Thank you have a Turkey. Insulting John Madden. Gave you so much more than raw rye. He gave you Ron enthusiasm for the game. But he doesn't gave you analysis. Loved madden. So you guys are saying you want pass interference to be review -able. Oh, yeah. Because they're not always that clear cut. You're going to open the door then for a pass interference that could have gone either way. I mean, I guess in that instance, they would just keep it unless it's clear about the obvious blown calls. Just get reviewed remain. Just stop the game. I second obvious blown call or just review. I don't want every single one review. Can't like who's making that issue. That was fairly obvious was nuts. I mean. Yeah. But you can't every you're gonna make an argument for everything. But why get someone in New York say, hey, guys, we should probably look at that other ones. No. They won't say it on everyone. But the obvious ones where they're looking at guys you missed that one. Let's take a second look completely arbitrary at that point. But what if it was a fatal Buddha? It was a little closer not as obvious like you're just you open the door. I'm not saying I disagree with you. I'm just saying we're going to be sitting here next year if they allow review pass interference with something that was overturned, and we're arguing that it shouldn't have been. It was a laughably blown call. Everyone could see it live. I was sitting in stung inside the worst the worst. I've ever seen the guy was laughing about it who committed the penalty he was laughing, right? Yeah. But also saints fans that wasn't why he lost the game. Wasn't. It. Simply wasn't it. Simply was no no wasn't. No because a poorly mismanaged clock after that. Yeah. You could milk the clock down to the point where they wouldn't have had that opportunity. Run the ball run the ball the rest of the time. Oh, by the way, they had the ball. First overtime the best quarterback in the league. Do Brees got got pressured in the ball got intercepted. That's not why you lost the game..
"j. feeley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now the desert Ford dealers sports desk, it's Paul Calvi talking some Phoenix Suns. So they're coming off the road trip. They went on for. All right, all about the development of deandre Aden. The number one pick last night. You saw Luca Danni the other rookie gophers first career triple double. And the number three pack is going to be the NBA rookie of the year. That's just a fact former GM Ryan mcdonagh. He was on a podcast ESPN citing now eight we thinks has played really well. But the fact he's playing with two second round rookies at point guard or thirty eight year old Jamal Crawford, one of the frustrations. Watching the game is I think he had a veteran. Point guard again on the Walter spots. The virginia. You know, as twenty year old rookie Donncha, basically has been playing pro ball for like three or four years as a teenager. So he's got a lot more experience. But anyway, that's where that's tracking. And that'll be tonight five it'll be what seven o'clock over on ninety eight seven FM Arizona's sport's station. Five. Thirty Cadiz at the senators that'll be SPN six twenty am as for a yesterday and Arizona's sport's J Feeley was on the subject, Patrick Mahomes. They talked to him as part of the TV crew interviews and the former head coach cliff Kingsbury, in fact that he believed he'll succeed the fact that he believes that his schemes translate to the NFL. That's what Patrick Mahomes told those guys about kingsborough said was very similar to the criticism that cliff Kingsbury getting now I got before the draft. And whether that was skill set in the system would translate an obviously it asks for Patrick Mahomes that is sports for see on KTAR news. David..
"j. feeley" Discussed on WEEI
"Know, twenty three to thirteen or something like that ugly or gain than we think outing Brett, what are we feeling? I think this game works into the strength of the cowboy offense against that bad ram run defense. I think they can dictate the tempo. Keep a close at slow down. So yeah, I'm gonna keep I'm gonna take the Cowboys plus the seven all right? So we got Jackson the Rams me and Brett on the Cowboys Garrett going under forty nine and a half. Are let's pick up the pace. Let's go to New England Sunday afternoon one zero five in the east. Patriots car. The winners of the AFC east eleven and five the chargers wildcard one as they beat the ravens last weekend. This game will be on CBS Nance Romo. Wolfson J Feeley, gene territory. He is the rules analyst Westwood One. I in eagle Tony Sally and hub Arcus will be on the call this line chargers plus four total forty seven and a half. I'm going to go up the chargers here once again, it's the public play. And I know the patriots of added extra week to prepare that worries me because of how talented Bill check is getting his team's ready. But Tom Brady is sixteen and eighteen against the spread in playoff starts. More. Importantly for me. The chargers are eight and one against the spread on the road this season. It's been well documented LA plays so much better away from home. I know they're coming across the country. But there are accustomed to it. I'm not going to buck that trend. I will take the chargers. Plus the four Philip rivers, Owen four straight up one and three. Against the number in Foxborough. Tom brady. Interesting note here this game expected.
"j. feeley" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"I gotta learn Spanish, I'm gonna go start a sports radio station somewhere. Like, obviously that specializes in American football. I'm not going to go try to speak soccer to Latin populations. But I feel like I could go to Mexico City niche for myself. Someone who only speak Spanish listened to that game in Chicago. And you hear that call. I you so mad at the bears laws. I like the I like the Chicago Chicago our guy J Feeley who loved by the way. And he's like, the only worthwhile kicker on television. He points out that everybody's trying to defend Cody parking now by saying, well, it was a tips. There wasn't penetration. That is located his fault. I was like I was okay. With Cody parkey when I thought he just missed it. Because it's kicker ever goes out there and misses a kick on purpose or because he's an idiot or anything. You just missed the kick it sucks, but then people started defending him. And now, I hate Cody parkey now I actually want blew him because people are defending him, even though it was actually his cO. I will say he has struggled for a while. And the bears they dug their own great here. He he has had a really rough finish the season. Even what a four year contract or something like that. I think. This offseason. Rid of what's his name there? Robbie gold. Gold is only missed a couple of kicks us here. That's been bad in that came back to kill him. Robbie gold is at the game. Jones. He was was he as a spectator. Like Ravi gold. Let's get him on the horn, a bears fan was not happy with one almost all. But especially this bears fan. Million.
"j. feeley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In such stunning fashion on Sunday, we had a national championship game last night. So great to see Nick Sabin, go down loved it Clemson wins again and wins it going away and that quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Wow. What a player we'll get into all that Tim Hasselbeck joins us attend. Trae Burton will join us at eleven before we cross topic Carmen York at eleven forty five P B. Good morning. How are you? Good morning. I'm alright yesterday was a weird day. I think across Chicago, everybody's still now again, I know this is sports, but we take the bear seriously. And we had a lot of expectations going to that game against the eagles. And then the way it went down. It was a rough one yesterday was I think it also was compounded by the weather. It just felt like everybody was. Was depressed. Yeah. It was just a Downer. Because everybody expected well, they'll win at home. I don't know if they'll get the L A and win, but they'll beat the eagles. And then come so close, and they had the number of mistakes that they had was probably the most disappointing thing. So there's a lot to discuss here as we had our meeting. We went through some of this stuff. You know, I don't want to beat up Cody parkey for three hours, but I was listening to NFL network, and my friend Patrick Manley was on talking about it. Who knows a ton about special teams play. But on NFL network. They had a couple of different guys break it down. J Feeley weighed in who kicked briefly.
"j. feeley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You have an offensive line guy that you can go to you. Have you have Reese Davis playing traffic cop, right rowing, it all over the place to what are you seeing here? Why are the eagles terrible and ofensive line this year? But they were great at it last year. What happened there, right? Joe Thomas, tell us what happened there like someone who's an air traffic controller in the booth that is just going all over the place to an unsolvable that that could be paid with John gruden's per diem now CBS tried this a little bit right with J Feeley with specialty taking with an official expert. But yet CBS was the ground break ground. They try to J J Feeley, but you can do it instead of just having a two or three man booth. You could just sort of spread out the talent contracts and give and share the ball more with experts in their position trenches expert. A secondary expert, it'd be cool way and ESPN it would have to be a place. Only has the rights to like one game a week because that's a lot of moving parts. But maybe he SPN can try something out like this with the ESPN. Plus, it'd be cool to say, I think it would be great dance your question. Yes. The network that brought back. Murphy Brown was the innovator on this front. Yup. I always want kicking experts because it's such a huge part of the game. I I enjoy that. Jay thing. Jay feel is also very good at it. J Feeley is excellent at at analysis of kickers and football period. And it's only available on the games that he's doing because no one else is going to the the key. We should do it off of a Monday night game. Like, we've got a offense of line question. We should call bacilli like we should watch the Monday night game with our audience and full around with it and take it if he SPN doesn't want. So you just go into Collins worth on wide receiver stuff. That's it. Whatever you're just creating a new stable of people in a new way to do the broadcast with the understanding that everyone's watching Sunday night football. It doesn't matter. What you're putting they're like they're already watching it. So why not modernize it for the modern age because it really doesn't make? Sense that Al Michaels is sitting there and then hold on a second. Let's bring in Chris Collins worth who's been sitting next to him the whole time like we can do it a different way it's allowed or we could just keep doing it that way for the rest of the time leave Al Michaels in the booth for another hundred year the new way scares me. I know it's good terrifying. Changes terrify, I like this guys. We should absolutely do this. Now, we're going to have to cut back on a cracker, Jack jokes and polls. We're going to have to explain what's going on. Let's do this. Can we race seven billion dollars for rights fees? I could go fund me how many shirts can you can't. We have Monday night football. We're already paying ten billion dollars. You have Monday night football. No. We have saying we have. It's a why can't we? Associated football. Right. Right. Right. You're saying that maybe we bring credible people like they might be open to the can't we outsource the credibility. And we'll just be the court gestures around the credibility. Do they not trust us to do it without getting someone fired that what it is?.
"j. feeley" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"More golf tournaments in Jay Harris. Yeah. How many do you play a year? Well, the radio show is cut into that. Because unlike the NFL there's no that off season where you can just sit take a few more days off, I try and play in as many as possible. You know, I played in J Feeley, whatever he's in kickers in the NFL have a lot of golf tournaments because they have nothing else to do practice. So like J Feeley is a hell of a golfer Robbie gold. I played in his a bunch. There's an LPGA event. I go every year because I get to see her and marks Larry we all play in that one up in Michigan every year. I try to do as many as possible. I I would say on average on a good year probably ten on a bad year about five. Okay. So when did golf start how did you get into? It was it because it is industry or were you raise more. Yeah. Well, you would think right with that name growing up in Greenwich and Fava exactly mum's the and popsy at the club everyday five. No. There was nothing like that. I barely played as a kid. What you Michael you'll like this matter you will to what really got me into it. One of my first TV jobs was an Allentown Pennsylvania. And we had no kids at the time and my wife was working retail on weekends. So I started play. Golf because I had nothing else to do. And I started playing right around the ninety one Ryder Cup war at the shore Quila, and that was that to this day is still the biggest bare knuckle barroom fight of a golf tournament I've ever seen in my life. And it was so intense and that really got me into it. And that's why this day. The Ryder Cup is still my favorite sporting event of all time. Even though we stink at it. But that really got me into it. So I just started playing there and I fell in love with the game. There's no other way around it. Just you either you either become a golfer. You don't there's no inbetween, right? Yeah. That's when you hit that one perfect shot. You're either addicted or you're I just think it's ironic too that the one golf tournament that actually seemed like guys might actually fight because of how intense like Trevino was right. Then it seemed like there might be thrown out. That was what got you into golf playing. What did you do before? Then I watch a lot of damn TV. More than anything else. But you know, the other thing about golf, which is great for me is you're never you very rarely. Are you playing golf, you know, like, geez? This is terrible. It's ugly. This is not beautiful in the weather's not bad. Now. I'm one of those sickos I played around last Saturday here in Connecticut because it was forty forty one degrees and no wind. That's right. So anytime you can check off a December around. I'm all for it. I'm with you. Yeah. I can do anything above freezing as long as the wind isn't weapon. Now when you get out there, and how many connections have you made in friendships. Have you made playing this? Oh, it's been phenomenal. I mean that that's the thing that is so true about the old axiom. You you you you get more business done on a golf course. I can't tell you the number of connections and things that I've made through the game of golf. There was this tournament. They used to have every year called the Safeway classic, and they play it up at the old bayonet and black horse course in fort Ord, right outside Monterey, California. And it was the greatest man. And they're they're business people that I'm I'm. Associated with now simply because we got together in one of those programs and played in that tournament. And the greatest thing about that is that's when her I started at ESPN Herm Edwards who have now, of course, is the the great head coach football at Arizona state forks up matter. We all modern, Matt. But Herman I we we and we go up there a day early and it was a two day event. So we go up on a Saturday. We'd play Saturday we play Sunday..
"j. feeley" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"They're trying to they're not worried about talking to some agent. You know, so I think those relationships. Are very instrumental in getting guys opportunities and keeping guys on that radar. You know, there's a list five or six guys that every teams gotten they bring guys in when I was I was unemployed during those tryouts if he the same four or five guys at pretty much every workout that you go to this recipe. This travelling road show guys, get employed. It's just it's so different than any other position the NFL because it's one for one like a guy has to do poorly, and he has to lose his job or get injured. So you come in to get a job. And so you you feel bad because it is a small fraternity, and you know, each other. Well, you have a lot of friendships bad for guy. But at the end of the day, it's about you going out there and trying to win the job J Feeley. Really? Appreciate the time. Great stuff as always thanks for. Thanks for making some time for us. Oh, my are. Good to talk to you. I'm gonna head back in and watch my daughter play ball, like j prejudge your brother, she dominates. Thanks, man. Jay that was really cool. It's really nice to make some time step away from from his daughter's volleyball game J Feeley good guy on Twitter at J Feeley, Jane Alaska, also Ajay good guy, raiders fan told us last week Bill. You're not rather than anything on this, buddy. By readily, be fine. J may have a mayor culpa for us. We're gonna find out on righter than you with me. Bill Ryder just a moment. We'll take your phone calls who want to get on that raiders conversation. Eight five five two one two four CBS after we get a CBS sports radio update. For Marco balletti..
"j. feeley" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"They're trying to they're not worried about talking to some agent. You know, so I think those relationships. Are very instrumental in getting guys opportunities and keeping guys on that radar. You know, there's a list five or six guys that every teams gotten, you know, they bring guys in. And when I was I was unemployed during those tryouts if he the same four or five guys at pretty much every work that you go to. This travelling road show guys get employee. It it just it's so different than any other position in the NFL because it's one for one like a guy has to do poorly, and he has to lose his job or get injured. So you come in and to to get a job. And so you feel back because it is a small fraternity, and you know, each other. Well, you have a lot of friendships bad for guy. But at the end of the day, it's about you. And you go out there and trying to win the job J Feeley. Really? Appreciate the time. Great stuff as always thanks for thanks for making some time for us. Oh, my pleasure. Good to talk to you. I'm gonna head back in and watch my daughter play ball. Like, I j prejudge your brother she dominates. Thanks, man. Jay, feel elderly cool. It's really nice to make some time step away from from his daughters. Viable game J Feeley. Good guy on Twitter at J Feeley, Jane, Alaska, also J, good guy. Raiders fan told us last week Bill. You're not than anything on this buddy by rhetoric. Be fine. J may have a mayor culpa for us. We're gonna find out on a rider than you. With me. Bill Ryder just a moment. We'll take your phone calls who want to get on that raiders conversation. Eight five five two one two four CBS after we get a CBS sports radio update. For Marco balletti. Sports flash. Bill winding.
"j. feeley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"They're trying to win a or not worried talking to some agent, you know, so I think those relationships. Are very instrumental in getting guys opportunities using keeping guys on that radar. You know, there's a list five or six guys that every teams gotten know they bring guys in and when I was employed during those tryouts same four or five guys at pretty much every workup that you go to. This travelling road show. Employees. It just it's so different than any other position the NFL because it's one for one like a guy has to do poorly, and he has to lose his job or get injured. So you come in and to to get a job. And so you feel back because it is a small fraternity, and you know, each other. Well, you have a lot of friendships for guy. But at the end of the day, it's about you. And you go out there and trying to win the job J Feeley. Really? Appreciate the time. Great stuff as always thanks for. Thanks for making some time for us. Good to talk to you. I'm gonna head back in and watch my daughter play ball. Like, I j appreciate your brother. She dominates. Thanks, man. That was really cool. It's really nice to make some time step away from from his daughters. Viable game J Feeley. Good guy on Twitter at J Feeley, Jane, Alaska, also J, good guy. Raiders fan told us last week Bill. You're not rather than anything. I'm this buddy. By reddening, be fine. J may have a mayor culpa for us. We're gonna find out on a rider than you. With me. Bill Ryder just a moment. We'll take your phone calls if you want to get on that raiders conversation. Eight five five two one two four CBS after we get a CBS sports radio update remarkable leading..
"j. feeley" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Five five two one two four CBS J Feeley is gonna join me in about fifteen or twenty minutes and give us some perspective kicker in the National Football League. For almost fifteen years. My colleague at CBS sports. He's going give some perspective on what we've seen from around football. These first few weeks. I'm particularly interested in the psychology. Because obviously a lot of these guys are really really talented in college needless to say, and it's in many ways, a psychological thing. It's not like unlike being say, I don't know. I receiver defensive back whatever like the guys you're facing the obstacles in your way, have gotten bigger and stronger more talented, the wind doesn't suddenly become thirty miles per hour. More difficult, the NFL level college. I mean at the end of the day, and yes, the athletes are bigger, but the guys blocking those athletes to the same. You have a clear almost always path to that field goal that you can put it to the uprise or you can there's a lot of psychological stuff going on. And we'll ask Jay about that. I'm really interested in his perspective will recap the show toward the end of the show little bit later. No decision yet from the judges on whether or not we're going to do a traces case where we put the trace on the spots to recover X pushing us in that direction because the trace just went after a day off reddish crushing him on the air, as you know, the show as on me on me, but Thursday sarcasm alert, but first before we settle those affairs of state here on the probe. It is time to the velvety sounds Kovacs well rested after a weekend of shopping, Home Depot for a college football version of five.
"j. feeley" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"And the number three ends the trace and Stewart's on their at Stewart Kovacs CBS. I'm on there as well. Sports sports, R E I T E R love to hear from you. Love to hear from. Me on the phone lines at eight five five two one two four CBS J Feeley is going to join me in about fifteen or twenty minutes and give us some perspective kicker in the National Football League. For almost fifteen years. My colleague at CBS sports. He's going to get some perspective on what we've seen from around football. These first few weeks, and I'm particularly interested in the psychology. Because obviously a lot of these guys are really really talented in college needless to say, and it's in many ways, a psychological thing. It's not like unlike being say, I don't know. A receiver defensive back, whatever. Like, the guys you're facing the obstacles in your way, have gotten bigger and stronger and more talented, the wind doesn't suddenly become thirty miles per hour. More difficult the NFL level in college. I mean at the end of the day, and yes, the athletes are bigger, but the guys blocking those athletes at the same. You have a clear almost always path to that field goal that you can put it to the uprise or you can't there's there's a lot of psychological stuff going on. And we'll ask Jay about that. I'm really interested in his perspective will recap the show toward the end of the show little bit later. No decision yet from the judges on whether or not we're going to do a traces case where we put the trace on the spots to recall vex pushing us in that direction because the trace just went after him wants to take a day off. Right. Is crushing him on the air, as you know, if it was in the show has on me. As an me but first sarcasm alert. But I before we settle those affairs of state here on the program. It is time to the Belvedere. Sounds Stewart Kovacs well rested. After a weekend of shopping, Home Depot for a college football version of five things. Sure.
"j. feeley" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"For me on the phone lines at eight five five two one two four CBS J Feeley is gonna join me in about fifteen or twenty minutes and give us some perspective kicker in the National Football League. For almost fifteen years. My colleague at CBS sports. He's going to give some perspective on what we've seen from morale football these first few weeks, and I'm particularly interested in the psychology. Because obviously a lot of these guys are really really talented in college needless to say, and it's in many ways, a psychological thing. It's not like unlike being say, I don't know. A receiver defensive back, whatever. Like, the guys you're facing the obstacles in your way, have gotten bigger and stronger and more talented, the wind doesn't suddenly become thirty miles per hour. More difficult the NFL level in college. I mean at the end of the day, and yes, the athletes are bigger, but the guys blogging those athletes of the same. You have a clear almost always path to that field goal that you can put it to the uprise or you can't there's there's a lot of psychological stuff going on. And we'll ask you about that. I'm really interested in his perspective will recap the show toward the end of the show a little bit later, no decision yet from the judges on whether or not we're going to do a traces case where we put the trace on the spots to recall vacs pushing us in that direction because the train just went after him one day off right is crushing him on the air. And as you know, if it was in the show me as an me but first sarcasm alert, but first before we settle those affairs of state here on the pro. It is time to the velvety sounds Kovacs well rested after a weekend of shopping, Home Depot for a college football version of five things..
"j. feeley" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"You know, I always think of when when somebody hasn't wind like that is that played in a Pro Bowl with ladainian Tomlinson in handed the ball off to him like four or five straight times in the game. And this is the year he was the VP. I don't know how many touchdowns he scored twenty five or something touchdowns that year. One of his last couple of years in San Diego, and I've never been in on somebody on a football field the way I was again, this isn't a Pro Bowl, so he's playing against the best players that every position on the entire defensive football field. And I remember handed him the ball off and just turning and not even doing bootleg or my naked. I just I would just hand the ball off in Toronto. Watch. Playing. He's playing a different speed. He's playing against the fastest guys in the league and the best players their positions, and he would just find a way to bounce and skip and hind and shoot through the whole and get six or seven yards and then find a way to get down. So he didn't take a hit plot back up and get back in the huddle. I just member walking off the field. He ended up scoring a touchdown on that drive. And I remember walking off the field me, I'm like, man, that dude, right there is different. Do you watch the game still? Do you enjoy watching football now? And I asked this the Joe Thomas last week because a lot of the ex players I talked to, they can't stand watching football. They kind of fell out of love with it, whether it was because of the professional job are being forced to watch film on a daily basis. Do you enjoy watching football still in who are some players you enjoy watching. I love watching film. I have a tough time watching that tried to watch games yesterday. I had tough time listening. Some of the guys talk. Fame who'd you hate who'd you hate. They all sound so went on and on educated in my mind in that strictly because when he talked about special teams, there idiots, but were there anybody that you are listening to your, like, how do these people get paid to talk about games because I have my list if you want me to go off, I. Yeah, you go first j. Feeley..
Michigan State to pay Larry Nassar abuse victims $500M in settlements
"A break after pleading guilty salem superior court judge timothy feeley rejected the prosecutor's request for at least one year behind bars saying men well sort of a teeny was just trying to support his family by selling drugs the judge said sort of a teeny was not an addict and sentenced him instead to two years probation earlier today governor baker weighed in on that ruling with people who are killing heroin just dealing heroin dealing with an addiction just dealing heroin my view on that is those people to be treated to the full extent of the law i don't know the facts in this particular case as it's been described to me it's disappointing disturbing even judge feely also said he was taking into account possible immigration consequences that sort of a teeny would face because of that convection and this just into the wbz newsroom michigan state university now we'll pay five hundred million dollars to the women and girls assaulted by disgraced sports dr larry nassar at settlement involves hundreds of women who say they were assaulted during socalled treatments with nasser that's women including olympic gymnast aly razman of needham also mccallum maroney and gabby douglas nassar pleading guilty earlier this year to those charges he's now serving decades behind bars coming up there might be trouble ahead for president trump's plan summit with north korean leader kim jong un we'll tell you why after bloomberg business right here on wbz right now though it's time to check traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes it's brought to you this noontime of the van loans school at endicott college what's up jim ryan delays downtown boston do.
"j. feeley" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"A great time at prom hashtag bad boys and just like in the movie bad boys he's posing with the daughter and the prom date and he's holding a handgun now of course will said that you know owning a handgun is is legal and honestly people weren't criticizing j feeley because of the legality of owning a gun or even entirely about him not taking the temperature in the proverbial room that is our country as we all bore witness to yet another mass shooting at the wall full house yesterday not to mention the fact that students all over the country are fighting to feel safe at schools and marching on behalf of gun safety even if there was no clip in even if it was a joke taking the temperature of the proverbial room probably would have been a good idea but the thing that most people aren't mentioning is that it perpetuates the idea that women don't have their own sexual agency that they need to be protected by their fathers against boys who can't be controlled and i went saw the movie blockers it's in theaters now it does a really good job of shooting down those antiquated ideas we'll also being and really funny i didn't find the jay feely thing outraging i'm not i'm not offended just take a minute to share with you guys who may not have considered it that it's really damaging and they're serious repercussions of continuing to present sex as something other than an act that both sides are capable of desiring and consenting to when it's always about boys looking to take something and girls having to protect themselves from it and then when they give it away they're dealt with different repercussions than boys who are assumed in presumed to be you know it's okay if they want it so that's that was more of its for some people that feel kind of presented it as you know my daughter is not capable of controlling herself or protecting yourself it's up to me in this handgun so not the best look and he has come out and you know tried to clarify his position but i would advise now's not the time for gun jokes or for that matter sexual consent jokes the other guy who stood out to me perhaps not fully considering his approach to the media was derek jeter who sent sierra.
"j. feeley" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"And then there's the x nfl kicker sparking outrage over joke j feeley tweeted a photo of himself armed with a gun between his daughter and her prom date there was obviously a joke like you know don't mess with my daughter boy the tweet read wishing my beautiful daughter and her data great time at prom hashtag bad boys and boy they have gone nuts over this guy too little bit more on the we do know definitively now in thanks for the people that have that have sent me this don aaron and i remember dunn dunn used to be a reporter on channel two back in the day that's how far i go back with don here donny wins the metro nashville police spokesman and he is he has confirmed that the father has confirmed that he did indeed give this travis ranking his guns back inexplicably he gave the guys guns back including the one that apparently was used to kill the folks at the the waffle house so that's yeah i'm just he says donayre and said the jeffrey ranking has now acknowledged giving them back to his son after they were taken away so who knows why in the world he would do something he's the one who reported his son was delusional he calls the police telling them he thinks that taylor swift is stalking him i think he's suicidal there's an incident report there's an incident of the white house where he's trespassing demanding the donald trump and all this kind of stuff and so they arrested him for that he's also apparently threatened folks whether it's.
"j. feeley" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Full details if you haven't seen the photo you can check it out on my facebook page tara granahan all as all ends and on twitter same thing tara granahan that's it very simple and the father who's a former football player and i felt player j feeley is standing between his daughter and the prompt eight he's got his arm around the daughter and he's got an unloaded gun in his other hand and they're posing for the picture pretty obvious and people you know listen to the first caller set us off it said it's socially insensitive sandy's in cranston on wpro hi sandy hi i just have a quick comment about rosie's comment here which i think is ridiculous sometimes she gets off in the wrong direction but this is just a comment about it i just went by the guys homeless die looking for with the sign up on reservoir avenue i said where'd you get the cell phone if you're homeless he says to me i got a bullet foyer that's a red flag wait a minute so say that again sandy somebody who's standing outside outside the garden city up on reservoir avenue yeah you know with a cell phone i say how do you have a cell phone if you're homeless he says i got a bullet foia gosh yeah roby is your red flag that now what do you do with that just do you feel like you were threatened i mean what do you do with that you just say like to to see later i'm not just don't go near him oh there's your red flag all right well i don't know i know exactly where she's talking about because i go over to my trainer over there couple times a week and you jump off reservoir of this a median they are you going to make a quick decision because if you're gonna go into chapel view you don't have much time it's hurt and then he i you have to run over to the left side to get away from that traffic and yeah there's always a guy or two standing there but that doesn't sound right i mean if he threatened her i don't know what do you do with that that they have that's the definition that would that would be disturbing also the kid at from the waffle house the guy he had a like.