22 Burst results for "Jeff George"
The Steps to Take to Get Out of Crisis - Jeff Bajorek
"A you're listening to the daily sales tips. Podcast I'm your host Scott Ingram. Here's Jeff George with another important tip. This is probably not the first time you've heard me say this. This will definitely not be the last time you hear me say this but the steps that you take the steps that you need to take to get you out of any crisis or even just a slump are exactly the things that you need to be doing all along to stay out of financial crisis or stay out of those sales slumps. You need to make sure that you're connecting with people. You need to make sure that you have your fundamentals down so with your messaging. It comes to understanding. What makes you different? What makes you valuable why that matters understanding who that is going to mean something to? Who are the people you can best serve? Why would they buy? Why wouldn't they buy? You're going to need to make sure that you're constantly in front of somebody who can buy from you are you in your sales processes or are you just thinking about your sales processes and when you're in those sales processes are you advancing them forward every step matters even if they're small steps but you need to keep taking steps if you don't take those steps that's when processes stall and that's when you start to scramble and say well what can I do. This person won't act if you have to have a plan ahead of time. Then do that if you don't know what to say right now to your prospects to your customers then don't say anything but get to work and think about what needs to be said. These are the fundamentals that always work. They work in good times. They work really well in bad times. And when we're surrounded by this environment where nobody quite knows what to do and you gotta go back to basics and you gotta sharpen your skills and renew those fundamentals. You remember that those are the things that will keep you going going. Well going quickly bringing in lots of revenue closing lots of new business. Even when things aren't so bad so think about what needs to be done. Use this time to renew your focus on those principles those underlying principles of selling that work all the time when good times bad times anytime that is going to keep moving forward. That's GonNa pull you out of this. The fastest and that's what's GonNa keep you going in the long run
Your Prospect is a Variable - Jeff Bajorek
"Today Jeff. George is backed like he is every Thursday. Because this guy just doesn't stop providing great insights and smart thinking. Here he is with. This week's tip got a background in science one of the things that I learned in college and really in high school all the way back down when they teach you. The scientific method right is that you reduce the amount of variables that you test at any given time. You know which one works too many variables and you've got too many things to measure and it really doesn't help you narrow anything down. Listen you read anything online today. And there's a lot of talk particularly when it comes to account based marketing about Ab testing right which works better. Category A category B. Which message is going to resonate the most which attempt or which method to reach? People is going to be the best way. How do we move forward right? Eliminate variables. Well here's a key concept that you're probably missing particularly if you're an SDR or if you're doing any initial album prospecting. Your prospect is variable gear messaging a chance to work. I've talked to dozens of sales people who are in these outbound roles who are saying. Oh just I gotta tinker with the messaging. This didn't work so I'm going to try differently with this prospect and that didn't work try differently with that prospect. If you're changing the messaging and the prospect. You're messing with too many variables. You need to give yourself an opportunity to succeed. You need to have faith in the work that you've done in the talking points that you've created in the messaging that you are designing to give those messages those talking points and opportunity to resonate. Look you can't be all things to all people and I think this fear comes out of this idea that there is one message one set of words that if you reach the right person at the right time with the right message you're GonNa win all of those deals. It's just not true so remember. Your prospect is a variable. Your prospect is in the one that you're trying to call at that. Particular time is the variable. That is switching. So make sure that you commit to a talking point. Make sure you commit to a message. Give those talking points and those messages and opportunity to be tested over a variety of variables. Your prospects so maybe that messaging is tested for a week. Maybe it's tested for a hundred calls or a hundred emails. Whatever it is. Make sure you're not changing too many things at once and I think you're going to see a lot more patterns emerge. You're going to see what works you're going to see what doesn't and you'll be able to use that data to be much more successful going forward.
That Awkward Next Step
"Today our friend. Jeff George is back in his regular weekly spot with an important idea for you. Here he is. I am tremendously uncomfortable with the amount of sales professionals who do not ask for the next step in their sales process while they're in that meeting that they're in right now. This is particularly alarming to me because most sales people get get paid some of them only get paid when they get that next step and maybe the step in step in the step after that you only get paid when you make a sale. But you're not asking for the step that will lead to the sale. That is just disturbing to me like I.. I want you to wrap your brain around that when I talk to people about asking for that next stabbed when I work with clients about asking for those next steps one of the thing that one of the things that normally comes up is yeah you know might be a little awkward at first and it might be a little uncomfortable to start but yeah. I think I can do that. Jeff I think I can start asking in the. Here's my question and this is how I want to reframe it for you. Why isn't it uncomfortable comfortable. Why isn't it awkward to not ask for that next step. What are you there to do. I know there may be a belief issue. There may be some reason where you're not quite sure if this is a good fit. You're not quite sure if you've done enough to earn a next move in the process. But don't you believe Steve in what you sell. Aren't you making this sales call because you know you can help a certain part of the population whether it's a a consumer directly or to business business or it's it's some other way you've got some customer in mind. You know you can help that person you know you can help that person differently than anybody else. That's out out there. We can argue better at another time but talking about Benner typically leads to arguments talking about different typically leads to conversation. So I'll say that for another tip but don't you believe in your differentiator is don't you believe in your ability to make somebody's life better as a result. Don't you believe that your time is valuable. Don't you believe that the company that you support is worth supporting and that the customers you support our worst supporting and don't you believe that they are better off for having worked with you then for anybody else. Well if you believe all those things then. Isn't it your obligation to ask for that next step. Aren't you leaving in all those people that you could help totally in the lurch by not asking for the next step who are you serving with your product or service. Who are you not serving by not doing your job to ask him for that. Next step shouldn't be comfortable or shouldn't be uncomfortable to be very comfortable asking for the next step up. Should be your obligation asking. That next step should be the default yet forty to ninety two percent of sales people. According to James Muir's research the perfect clothes. Do not ask for the next step so if you believe in all of those things that it should be a natural occurrence for you to ask for that next step right so. I know that's what you're GONNA do on every one of your sales calls right. Because that's your job and if you don't believe in all of those things what are you doing
Move the Needle
"Today. Jeff George is back with yet another great idea. Think about the role you play in your organization. Maybe you're a frontline sales person an individual contributor. Maybe you're a sales manager you lead a team of salespeople. Maybe you're a VP or help maybe own the whole company, you know that there are people who expect things of you. You know there are results and outcomes that you are there to provide. You also know that there are things you need to do in order to deliver those results in those outcomes. My question to you is are you doing enough of them? If you look back at your calendar over the last couple of weeks. Yeah, I know you've been busy. But what have you really gotten done you look ahead at your calendar? There's probably some white space there. Probably not enough of those activities that, you know, you need to come up with as if they just come out of thin air. Right. You know that there are things you need to do that. You haven't planned to do yet that same lack of planning is probably the thing. That kept those activities off your calendar. From the last couple of weeks. I was in a really unique position earlier in my career when I left one sales job had taken a new sales job, but because I was ten ninety nine with one, and w two at the next I had two computers with two calendars, and I could compare the two I will tell you that as busy as I was a wasn't getting a whole lot of work done. And I knew that in the new job, I had an opportunity to make a change, and I took it and I prioritize those activities that I knew would move the needle. And I knew that there were people who depended on me. I even had a bit of a microscope on me because I was the new guy. Right. And I had to deliver. So I did the result. Triple the revenue in a third of the amount of time on a weekly basis focusing on what works worked, and there are a lot of distractions. There are a lot of things that come up a lot of meetings. There are a lot of conference calls. There are, you know, customer service issues that are going to arise. Are you willing to set the? Boundaries my tip to you is to look back on your calendar. Look forward on your calendar and identify whether or not enough of those needle driving activties are on it, and then make sure they get on it. If you can do that, you were going to be successful beyond your wildest dreams. I don't care which role in the company you've identified yourself, as but if you can spend more time on the stuff that matters, you will find that you get more balanced left. You will find that you get more sales made, you will find more success at work and at home, and you're gonna feel more in control of all of it all because you sat down for five minutes on a weekly basis, and said where are those activities going to happen? And when are they going to happen, this week, whereas that activity going to come from when you can answer that question, affirmatively and confidently? It's gonna make all the difference in the world. That's my tip to you
Write it Down
"Today of got another tip from our first regular contributor who seems to be an endless fountain of knowledge. Jeff, george. Here's what he's got for us today. So you got a ton of stuff going on don't you? You've got a bunch of prospects in your pipeline manage you've got a manager who's expecting things from you. You've got a CRM to fill out. You've got new prospecting to schedule. You've got customers to manage relationships to maintain and judging by the number of red circles on your phone right now, you have a bunch of other people who want your attention now. That's a lot. It's nothing. You can't handle. But that's a lot. Well, here's my tip for you today. I want you to stop right now. And I want you to write down a couple of lists. This'll take you five maybe ten minutes, I want you to write down a list of all the things that you know, you need to do today. Get it out of your head get it down. I want you to write a list of the things that you need to do on a recurring basis every week. Write that down the third list. I want you to write down, and this is probably a little bit shorter. I want you to write down the list of the projects that you know, you need to pay some sort of attention to on a larger scale maybe their quarterly projects. Maybe it's something that needs to be done by the end of the year. I want you to write that down as well. Now, here's why that's important because with all the noise with all the social media with all the blaring radios and televisions in those red circles that just don't ever seem to go away everything feels bigger and more profound than it really is. And when you write it down, you realize that it's a lot more manageable than you may have thought so from a task oriented basis from annoys basis, and controlling all that when you can put it all down there in black and white, and yes, I know your CRM will provide you with the list, and yes, I know you can write everything down into Evernote or some other apps that you have on your phone, but pen and paper works really well here because it makes you stop and think about it while you're writing. Now, here's another listen, I want you to write I want you to write a list of your ten most important. Prospects, the ones that you are most likely going to be able to grow with this year, whether they're current clients, or they are people that you just know you can help more than anybody else. I want you to add to that list, your two most valuable dream clients because you should never forget about them. They should always be at least in the back of your head when you can visualize that list, everything becomes so much more focused think about all the noise that you've turned down in your life. From those other three lists that I asked you to write and think about all the other noise, you're going to be able to turn down from prospecting standpoint. And how much better you're going to be able to focus, and you know, as well as I do that focus means more sales. So yes, it seems draconian. Yes, it seems old school. Oh, my goodness pejorative. You're telling me to get a pen and paper out. Yes. Do it. See how much it helps? Then tell me about how much it helped.
"jeff george" Discussed on Big Blue View
"Robin. I just love to do. And he started the value Boyd. And what I do is I do profiles. And I do I the town of great on the players in the talent grade has nothing to do with where play it will be picked in the draft the value boy dictates that with an eighty percent accuracy rate. So we marry the two together and sometimes you'll find players down in the fourth and fifth and sixth round on his board that may have a one or two or three on them. And that just means that just think they're going to be good players. Whether they're picking the third or fourth round or not. So that's how we started and people enjoyed it over the years, and they've cursed at me and sworn at me and told me I'm a jerk and immediate. And there's other guys who think it's a fantastic. And it's just a a love that we have and Robin. I both love to do it. Well, I will say this, you know, in performance that aren't familiar with with the whole report and aren't familiar with Druze scouting reports? If you get tired of reading the same old ABC scouting reports about players the stuff that drew writes is very different. I don't know if it's a more personal touch that you put into those drew. I'm not quite sure how to describe it. But they certainly aren't the standard cut and dry. Scouting reports that you'll get elsewhere. While what I try to do is. I don't get into the technical aspects this play of people that can do that to your tell you, you know, how. Well, the guy throws the ball doesn't throw the ball one on trying to do is find out the intangibles understand the intangibles of the players. Anybody can see how talented player is. I mean, my my ninety six year old mother can look at a TV guy can go boy that that kid can really throw a ball. I mean, it doesn't take a genius to figure that stuff out. But what's the difference in a guy who can throw the ball like, Jeff, George and a guy? Oh can't throw the ball. Like Tom Brady. I mean, what makes Tom Brady great. What makes Jeff George? Not great. What what is that thing that we all try to figure out and that to me is the most important part? And that's that's what I try to delve into. Yeah. Give you a little bit of specifics. Like moves his feet, well, and he does this lateral. Jody yada, yada, yada. Is you know, his speed is really good. But I wanna know why he's going to be a better offense of tackle than the guy. Who's? Raided ahead of him or or the guy who's rated behind him. Well, what the heck is going on? That's what I won't do. And that's what I try to do. So let's talk a little bit. Obviously, you know, big move. You covers the New York Giants. Let's talk a little bit about the upcoming draft as it relates to the giant on. Obviously everyone talks about the the quarterback situation with the giants. Are you one of those people who thinks that that for the giants, especially in the first round at at number six that it's that it's really, you know, Dwayne Haskins or bust or are there other other quarterbacks UC, you know, that that could be, you know, the the fit for the giants there. Well, there's a lot of different things. They could do. I mean, they're in the same position. They were in last year. You still got the work of the year. But what what did it get you? But then again, you know, great player. I mean, so you go into this situation. And you're in the same process that you were in in last year. Do you wanna get Wayne hack? I'm not a guy checked the boxes. I don't believe in checking boxes to try to figure out if a guy's profile is going to be good or not, you know, Bill Parcells was a great coach. But it wasn't necessarily a great talent evaluator. He. Coach talent, but he couldn't necessarily evaluate talented coach. So this nonsense with somebody has to have so many snaps on the belt and somebody has to have this and somebody has to have that before I'll pick them. We'll Bill Parcells never really developed anybody. So he had great players. He's been a great coach. Don't get me wrong. Don't start in Twitter me and tell me, I'm a jerk and all this stuff..
"jeff george" Discussed on Conversations with Phil
"B J O R E K, if you're listening a put links and the show notes, and such but check Jeff out, Jeff George dot com. Get a copy of his book get to know, Jeff. He's really smart. It's been now. Twenty one hours that I've known him. I feel a lot smarter for having. So thanks for being here. Jeff, you are a star, buddy. Thank you for having me, your you're a very what's the word. I'm looking for here. Not you're your rockstar. Phil. I mean, I have heard of you long before you heard a me, and it's actually kind of kicking myself for not reaching out ahead of time. I really appreciate very gracious host. Thanks for having me. Thank you for letting me ramble on a little bit. It's I offered you a picture into my mind, which is sometimes a scary place. But a couple of good nuggets have come out every every once in a while. And I think this book is one of them. And I I'm looking forward to talking to more people about it. It's I'm proud of this work. And I'm glad to hear that other people are responded to it. Because that's that's why did it. Absolutely, absolutely, man. So again, if you wanna get to know, Jeff, even more checkout, Jeff, Jordan dot com. It's on your screen. I'm gonna put it in the notes and they need to connect with Jeff. Thanks and one one quick thing to this is something I do that find a lot of people don't send me an Email. I let's talk. Let's get on the phone. I mean, a shoot me an Email J B at Jeff majora dot com. It's my initials if you can't get that if get remember that I can't help you. But you know, reach out to me I do every couple of weeks. I've got an office hours program that do are just open up zoom room. Anybody who wants to pop in? Let's talk. Let's talk about selling. Let's talk about golf about football. I don't care what it is. But, you know, maybe in a remote salesperson for as long as I've been I never had a water cooler to talk around and what I get inspired by talking to other salespeople. And I love having conversations like this. So I try to create opportunities to have conversations like this. And there are not a lot of people who do what I do just. Open themselves up and say come on stop by. Right. I mean, I can't invite you over to my house, but I can open up zoom room, and we can talk we can chat. And you know, I people have said like, I keep super gracious, man. J B at Jeff Pejic dot com. Coming to us live from city, Detroit. Jeff, you're the best man. Thanks to this. This was great. I've been really appreciate you say, thanks. Yeah. So folks, this is it we're wrapped up..
"jeff george" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"One. It's like ten thousand words, so buckle Lynn, I can't believe I'm about to read this to you. But. God bless you and thank you for being along for the ride. Here we go. The draft day manifesto twenty eighteen by me. Matthew berry. It was twenty years ago today. The manifesto began to play. That's right. Two decades ago was the very first draft, a manifesto, what a long strange trip. It's been. He said, clearly feeling musical. When I wrote my first manifesto, I wrote it for free for a small fantasy website. They didn't have a lot of traffic and had no clue that a next twenty years. I would turn goofy hobby into a career that would lead me to quitting my job at thirty five moving cross country meeting my wife at ESPN, starting a family and finding myself on TV sometimes for twenty nine straight hours shot up to the marathon coming up on August. Thirteenth. When I started my first manifesto, I was living in Los Angeles. I had finished writing for married with children the year before, and I had a full head of hair. We were coming off an NFL season who was Jeff George to first names. Always a crowd pleaser led the NFL in passing with three thousand nine hundred seventeen words yards. I should say a total that would have ranked tenth in two thousand seventeen a season in which fifteen players got it. Least two hundred and fifty carries just eight did. So in two thousand seventeen and six players carried the rock at least three hundred times only lady and bell did it last season. One fantasy football magazine I found from that year had Brett farve ranked as its number one player overall. Now our beat for me to ever criticize anyone for raking a quarterback number one overall. But it just goes to show you how far we've come right when I was writing the first edition, the world was watching every swing of the Mark.
"jeff george" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"That's Randy moss and as expected talked about as, deep pride for the small town of ran West Virginia where, he's from also spoke about, being, portrayed as a controversial figure whether it was on, him or whether it's on the media either way he. Addressed that Mike your takeaways The biggest thing where, Randy moss like I talked about earlier in the shows I spent two years covering him with the Minnesota Vikings he was very protective, on who he allowed inside of his inner circle because of what, happened growing up and you think about the path that he, took the region the hall of, fame from You know what happened in high school note that Notre Dame. Situation the Florida state situation and they're going to Marcia where, he team with Pennington dominated It Dan level and then go into Minnesota where it was Jeff George the quarter as quarterback then moss really, burst onto see with Dante Culpepper and also Chris Carter quarterback interesting thing about Randy moss and help privacy is when I got hired at. Saint Paul pioneer press in July of two thousand and one of the reasons I was. Hired as, to the smart rainy, malls and harder same age and I was told the tried to develop a relationship, with Randy because he's very guarded you know when your same age. You kind of relate to a lot of things I tried over and over again but Randy moss understandably. Would. Not let anybody inside of a circle you do not feel comfortable with after? What he experienced growing up was Randy moss difficult to deal with yes could he have some, moments where he really did not have. A good image we all know what. Happened in Green Bay when he, mooned the folks that man will fill. But you cannot take away, to talent Randy moss, had on the football field he dominated and in my eyes The second best wide receiver all time behind Jerry Rice look. I'll take you further Mike and this might have people at me on my social media I grant he's. The. Best ever do it and if you look at you look at Jerry Rice? Or the two quarterbacks with majority of Jerry Rice career there was running the football Joe Montana, and Steve Young and who was that. For the majority of the careers Randy moss Tom Brady for your short Majority, not they don't they Culpepper hey look what happened as, you mentioned maybe the greatest player to play the game Tom Brady will, knows to linked up and it's always been a comparison. Is better Joe Montana Tom Brady look what happened when you. Gave Randy moss did time and, the opportunity to play with the guy of that caliber in Tom Brady the numbers. Were ridiculous and undefeated season out there in New England they couldn't quite. Get the Super Bowl but what he did when he. Got that caliber quarterback imagine if he did that for. A, long term a long-term of, time he would've blown Jerry Rice's numbers out of the water. He's the best deep threat in the history. Of the game when we talk about rainy boss they built a defense to try and stop this man around, him and his achievements the, cover to, Randy moss is. The best wide receiver of all time I don't know, why more, people don't talk about it You. Can have your opinion on that. But I said go Jerry Rice but, the biggest thing you have if you they. Give us sane after. Wide receiver, if you get lost that is a credit to the player, you're, saying, you got, embarrassed because we. Saw we have, we, saw over? And over again, how Randy moss embarrassed not only Cornerbacks but. Also safeties he put that hand up that means though me the football Dobie ball. Throw it, up and, I'm. Gonna go up and get it I couldn't take Randy moss over Jerry Rice because Randy moss did not like going across the, middle of the football field he did not like getting hit Terrell. Owens Jerry Rice they would do those, two things okay so Mike likes Jerry Rice is the, best wide receiver of all time the masses probably agree I've taken Randy, moss is the greatest receiver to ever do it he. Trump's Jerry Rice but I'm gonna open us up to you. Guys out there forget at me, at my Twitter you can do that to George Gordon but we're gonna open up..
"jeff george" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"I mean hey they would rise up and knock you down and that happened but it was limited it didn't happen all the time now right if you're not ready to play and you don't have the right mindset going into somebody else's house iwa you could be yeah yeah you've got and you've got a three game stretch of the schedule where you're talking wisconsin michigan state penn state where you know you've got top fifteen teams back to back back so and you wouldn't you weren't gonna find that back in the early seventies so breaking news today that came off my twitter i don't know how you get your your stuff job but i got mine off my twitter jeff george junior has announced that he's coming to michigan nine o'clock last night you know quarterback coming in quarterback coming in as if they didn't have enough guys competing they're going to have to knock out a wall in their quarterback room so they can bring in enough chairs i think you know this is an interesting one because it's kinda came seemingly out of the blue although jeff george junior is another experienced quarterback right and gives michigan somebody that's been on the field i mean you know that last year when william speight went down they would've loved to have had a couple of guys that have been on the field before and you know have been in football games they just didn't have that and it was trial by fire by for you know a guy like brandon peters when he had to come in this year you're looking at were already looking shaky patterson who's been out there peters who got some some very good quality time started several games a year ago and now jeff george who's been on the field i think that george is going to have to to earn a scholarship i don't know that he's coming here i don't think he's coming here as a scholarship player i think he's going to be like a preferred walk on at least to start.
"jeff george" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A nice job but you wouldn't look at his career and say that his career numbers warrant a six pick overall vinny testaverde number one overall pick had a long career heads you know some good some bad okay average quarterback probably i'd say i say a little above average that he played for a long time but but you know was the number one pick overall how many yards through for vinny testaverde i would say he threw for over thirty thousand forty six to three three twitter longer thirty times longer two hundred seventy five touchdowns two hundred sixty seven picks yeah it feels like a one to one colorblind ninety really really yeah troy aikman jess jeff george number one overall pick disappointing i think disappointing great maybe as good an arm as we've ever seen in the nfl and that's saying a lot do you know how many years he was in the nfl jeff george eleven eleven how many yards in eleven seasons oh let's see started a bunch of those i would say jeff george threw for thirty eight thousand twenty seven twentyseven those starts from kind of intermittent after the i mean the first four years in india they started you very good they started him and he threw for one hundred fifty four td's against one hundred thirteen picks david klingler we don't have to debate him rick mirer that had a great rookie season with the seahawks and then something went haywire i made it went like bad quick be what's what's rick mirer back in eighty eighty seven eighty eight now rick mirer ninety one ninety three rick mirer ninety three ninety three second overall pick second overall pick look at his rookie numbers especially was in the league for ten years nine ten years he as a rookie through for twenty eight hundred yards twelve touchdowns i mean his first three years twenty hundred yards twenty one hundred yards twenty one twenty five sixty four go rookie love tv's eleven twenty twenty eight hundred yards.
"jeff george" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You are reminiscent about the eastgate consumer mall visiting the boyhood home of jeff george the magic about the east side of indianapolis gone is the boogie mountain water park but in its place multiple strip clubs for the clientele inside are the same people that your kids have as little league coaches over at christian park your violence pure crime pure eastside of indianapolis your trip starts today on the hammer and nigel show the state of mind just because it's cold outside doesn't mean we can't think about all the things that springs going to bring to the east side of indianapolis matt bear and the thing is going to go to florida in april that europe is now canceled that's on talking about in here i've just got a few blocks over live pretty close to all of that southbound sixty five slow between four sixty five and county line road it's really jammed around for sixty five right now starting to thin out a little bit all the crash is over on the shoulder here on the southbound sixty five accounting line road what we still have a delay in that area so lookout all lanes closed because of a crash southbound sixty five state road twenty eight at the clinton boone county border that's because semi that's roll this just an absolute miserable stoppage of traffic take us fifty two don't mess around with anything else if you're coming down from lafayette to lebanon or indianapolis it is bad now we have a problem in the north split it looks like we have the left lane closed here for the moment it's going to be the lane of northbound excuse me westbound seventy two northbound sixty five and that's because of a traffic hazard will have more next time we talk and then northbound four sixty five on the east side slow roll pen pike up to seventy fifth and eastbound seventy covered in a down down slow track harding into the.
"jeff george" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The broadcaster and he's had his way of keeping his finger on the false of the nfl and players in today's temperament but you know one thing that you have to remember a coach as it is a manager you this whole team manager in one of the biggest criticism that i had a coach pruning back in the day was that he did and he was just in charge of the offense he didn't care about olshey this and there i say that to say this these days you know a lot of these a lot of these guys they they need to know that their coaches got their back no matter what side of the ball they are annoyed nor no matter who they are and i think that's one of the things that john white house have do better than they did last time but it's anyone's guess how he's gonna do i mean i thrived under a system um i can't complain of my time with the montgomerie probowl and stuff i mean they're going to super bowl it a couple of matt afc champs ships you know um that type of thing but who knows how it's going to do in today's day and age and and more importantly if if you're gonna be able to surround the players that needs to implement a system mike he's got a quarterback we know that he's got say he's got a good nucleus and in a great foundation but they they need combining some players they still need some players to sit really make a run at this thing how was he as a people person in ten u b a great people person is a head coach who we football team when you have fifty three guys in the agc i mean can you get the normal uh you gotta remember situation when he came when he came to us he had whole speech all sandwich can brown had a bunch of other guys you know already in a roster when he first came over with jeff george the quarterback they did not get along with one another so that's the reason why he went on garbage ganic he got the guy that he wanted to and he.
"jeff george" Discussed on First Things First
"This is probably one of the reasons i like him as much as i so i mean that's just a different tastes die i almost feel like he falls in the line of jeff george jay cutler josh rosen incredibly talented but is he had guide that gripped had had the players gravitate toward him and want to go to battle with him and will win games form and all these types of things that make great nfl quarterbacks great i don't know of josh rosen has those assets when the next asean i'm susanne rigor all right you see now you see that those key the big throughout the metal now if dumb cleveland browns at one of the key is ever he might chris carter as about ten and three quarters from the pink 'cause yeah golf okay like that right there makes a difference in that's the difference between troy aikman brett far and some of these other guys their hand size that will determine too if they can throw the ball in the coal ice as they asked one question by rosie guys home we've it's unfair is it is it unfair that when i look at him and i say you're a 22yearold peak of your at lettuces and college athlete that he doesn't look like he is in the most amazing shape i've ever seen that he has a little the ben roethlisberger face and we're bird a 35yearold nfl quarterbacks valus that's one thing i look at baker mayfield the guy it looks like he's cut out a granite josh rosenfeld thin guy he's not to rush good but it is that is that unfair what i think is not is not unfair is does that influences ability to stay healthy because he has struggled with injuries right whether it was concussions or other issues with you had shoulder issues into other morse hand issue this past season that will concern me because part of the evaluation.
"jeff george" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"You know that had regressed this year there are some times he got confused there isn't times you didn't know where to go and it was just mismanaged but undergird and i think he'll be fine what what do you think what what are you flicked needs to change offensively well first of all grit is going to have to dow back his intensity because he's not going to be as he can't be as fiery or as uh you know the flashy a coach with their car because their cars not not the vat mindset we're talking about a a family guy in a um uh very quiet wants to be everybody's friends he's not one of those guys in the rich gannon was a lot fire that um than in my experience um there was only two quarterbacks undergird in time with the raiders uh they were complete opposites jeff george versus rich gannon so the he he's not going to be he's not gonna be able to approach it the same as he did a long time ago when he first got the gig with the raiders it's going to be different uh whoa i'd when you when your particular part that team an you look at a group all the stuff that he's learned covered from the booth which i think is optimum by the way because i think you of though the league you know system judo teams you the right whole chijioke tendencies it on production meetings or you're just engrossed in the league in an you know a lot you have a lot of data and a most important you know pliers permit you know who's good you know you know where where to look at it out a game plan all that sort of thing so wake when you when you look at this and you look at work rudeness does he seemed different then go our igf shirts differ how were are the differences to when you remember him to now he's eager for a second chance when i first met him he had got his first who you know you obviously is with the eagles are not obviously most people know that he was with the eagle.
"jeff george" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Low help o on new year's day aboagye it was a trip to hawaii yes it was a trip to why do you really consider plan and the all american bo bo gang alberobello baraboo about birmingham birmingham alabama and and the freedom bowl out in pasadena anaheim california hi nitrite those are those are new year day bows the real bold games are new year's day bogey la have christmas day right yes yes yes okay who'd you play that a low hubbell replay ucla with trading was the quarterback and james weiss than was the safe kim nordin june junior was the lab backer and i was a true freshman and these guys like sophomores and joe yusin yes so we played against aikman in all of a sudden we ended up on the same ballclub super bowls together how beautiful is that what you play in birmingham in birmingham we played dare brownlow barreling dare brownlow was allowed back another side of of illinois jeff george was on the football field as well why how yeah yeah i covered that ballgame once long time ago and then in in freedom bo the freedom ball who was on the washington huskies teen a came we're member so that would have been the you're eighty nine that have been eighty nazis and we had a quarterback added liberty texas a true freshman by the name of donald douglas was our quarter was a true freshman quarterback i'm sure bill remember from his icecool days the edmund might is on washington may have been on wound such right now i threw a name out there at scale very good yeah and he was on a feel the same day i broke the record about away brunell would not have been there yet washington i probably early right yeah i'm not sure darrell what record the one wicket the one right when it really matters most yards rushing in a game yet now that would do that when i never here hillside nobody ever ended up how many record you hold no someone needs to take a long time to add up all those did they tobin a number i would remember the number one area okay the escambia gators right yes okay and then you go to big the.
"jeff george" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Okay you know i was like why out the cry like a like like and not even cry like something emotional habit to him like he got dust in his i crown the libyan lakewood pool as it was that movie he was in holly last year with jeff george heller high water you see him yes outlawed not you now i did not what you're talking in wonderwoman on my way all moist in hell or high water share woolsey was will sueno a beautiful 70s beard tight pants smeg if some on buttons flannel announced can sing and confusing too becker seven so what is it about chris evans of the hollywood cruises miss shannon that you think maybe chris evans to the black this metal and i liked amine before he was doing the whole captain america thing and i got the bat showed that he could change it for parts of his personality 'cause he was much funnier when he was doing those crappy fantastic four movies and things like that out showing that he was versatile and then he did manage to like up his hot game by the time he got captain we got above yeah he got crazy buff and so you know and and you know not make this political i really liked the way that he champions thing on twitter you are very very clear on what he feels and he is not afraid to share has been and i love the idea that he and jenny slater a couple back out again hey i like it i like okay well we've decided that either chris i feel like would be better than milton as sexy as even john druce elbow wins leclerc some drizzle all right just it we decided that so justice leak it's opening on friday and galgadud is setting the record straight on rumors that she might leave the dc universe and we also need to talk about justly costumes will give acura more easily of go go.
"jeff george" Discussed on WCTC
"Seven eight cannot approach chris offense is still telling the players late don't let up against they'll continue to play hard here just reminding well this is wanted you don't want to let get away from it and that's for sure man just got to keep mounting away on jeff george and illinois offense on the field of their own twenty six yard line following a forty six yard want by ryan anderson georgia the shotgun drops to throw he's got all day going deep down a little drop right at the forty nine alvarado rutgers small you had it right in his hands and dropped the football i guess would you only make really hard throws view really kids only too real and one of those right do is hansie dropped it yeah the czar right because the two catches he had on the silent chris were spectacular catches small links got three catches today for seventy four yards is also looking right into the sun could have been a factor your to here's george dropping to throw on second of ten pressure coming throws aziz head incomplete john shattuck he was about to wrap them up for a sack in the neighborhood was lewis dorsey so it was not divided grounding kolonics third of who long pretty but gulick in in ah you know it might have been some desire to have on the football griff you know my robes i about the runpass ratio today for rutger important fed thirty seven russians nine pass attempts love it jerry kill that's his stay right there the way so i'm sorry big ferries are working continue to run the football learning ten twin stage shy george you will laughed it to the left can attend completes bounced off the back and no flags bounced off the bat of damon hazy was covering the only turn her at the fifty yard line and fence wanted the face kournikova throws a penalty back at the 20yard lime this giving be holt but it's not face grown of youth rolling back of lawmaker with have anything penalty thick why horsepower spat say is faced guarding doesn't matter anymore it's it's not a penalty if you're not making contact.
"jeff george" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"He's not playing this week india it is funny when you think about the idea that there aren't a lot of quarterbacks in the history of the league that come with the baggage of doesn't care very like it's hard it's hard to come about getting that reputation let's name all the guys now i don't think this about jay cutler i just remember feeling it for the first time being stunned by people feeling it when they accused him of sitting out a playoff game because he wasn't really that hurt just because he could walk on a knee that had been destroyed so every but because walking on and football exactly but there were but there was something about him being injured men sitting out that created a confirmation bias where people like yeah he doesn't care i knew he didn't care look at it just standing there on the sidelines of a playoff game how many quarterbacks can we say that about art aren't the only people we could say that about the busts they don't stay around for jay cutler for as long as jay cutler has the people who tend to have that wrecked reputation damarcus russell ryan leaf jeff george jeff george hung around jay cutler closest thing i can think jay color is jeff george where you see him throw football and you're like that guy is meant to throw a football at the highest levels of thrown football correct yes looks the part but those are the two guys is there anyone else that you could point two in the history of the position outside of jay cutler and jeff george where you are not certain how much they care because gunslinger isn't enough bread far was a gunslinger but nobody question nobody ever question how much brit farther cared.
"jeff george" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"India it is funny when you think about the idea that there aren't a lot of quarterbacks in the history of the league that come with the baggage of hey doesn't care very like it's hard it's hard to come about getting that reputation let's name all the guys now i don't think this about jay cutler i just remember feeling it for the first time being stunned by people feeling it when they accused him of sitting out a playoff game because he wasn't really that hurt just because he could walk on a knee that had been destroyed so every but because walking on it and playing football exactly right there were but there was something about him being injured men sitting out that created a confirmation biased where people like yeah he doesn't care i knew he didn't care look at it just standing there on the sidelines of a playoff game how many quarterbacks can we say that about aren't aren't the only people we could say that above the bust they don't stay around for jay cutler for as long as jay cutler has the people who tend to have that wrecked reputation damarcus russell ryan leaf jeff george jeff george hung route jay cutler closest thing i can think to j color is jeff george where you see him throw football and you're like that guy is meant to throw a football at the highest levels of thrown football correct yes looks the part but those are the two guys is there anyone else that you can point to in the history of the position outside of jay cutler and jeff george where you are not certain how much they care because gunslinger isn't enough bread far was a gunslinger but nobody question nobody ever question how much brit far cared.
"jeff george" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Fifth time since two thousand one and then you see why certain franchisees have not experienced that since the eighties or in some cases the 70s don't call it a comeback because jay cutler aka jeff george part two is back in the nfl a poster child for apathy laziness horrendous leadership in interception machine waiting to happen is coming to an nfl stadium near you especially if you're in the afc east or should i say afc least he cited a one year ten million dollar contract with potentially 3 million more in incentives after ryan ten hill is pretty much done for the year being diagnosed with a partially torn acl now i could tell you undoubtedly the folks up it pay trip place in foxborough are laughing their ashes off right now so i'd like to start the show to do an afc east rollcall of quarterbacks inside the division outside of new england and let's start with the buffalo bills who have not made the playoffs since bill clinton was president beverly hills naido 210 was on the air and tommy hill figure was actually cool back in 1999 the bills still haven't gotten over losing not one not two not three but four super bowls in a row they bring to the table tie rod taylor whose backed up by tj yates and nathan peterman who will the blue house nathan peterman i never heard of a i wouldn't recognize him if he were of billboard on his front and back saying i nathan peterman next we have the poorest excuse of an nfl franchise this side of cleveland.
"jeff george" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Fifth time since two thousand one and then you see why certain franchisees have not experienced that since the eighties or in some cases the 70s don't call it a comeback because jay cutler aka jeff george part two is back in the nfl a poster child for apathy laziness horrendous leadership in interception machine waiting to happen is coming to an nfl stadium near you especially if you're in the afc east or should i say afc least he cited a one year ten million dollar contract with potentially 3 million more in incentives after ryan ten a hill is pretty much done for the year been diagnosed with a partially torn acl now i can tell you undoubtedly the folks up it patriot place in foxborough are laughing their ashes off right now so i'd like to start the show to do an afc east rollcall of quarterbacks inside the division outside of new england and let's start with the buffalo bills who have not made the playoffs since bill clinton was president beverly hills naido 210 was on the air and tommy he'll figure was actually cool back in 1999 the bills still haven't gotten over losing not one not two not three but four super bowls in a row they bring to the table tie rod taylor whose backed up by tj gates and nathan peterman who in the blue helmets nathan peterman i never heard of them i wouldn't recognize him if he were a billboard on his front and back saying i nathan peterman next we have the poorest excuse of an nfl franchise this side of cleveland in jacksonville who new york j o k e ask jokes jokes jokes who still are living in the '60s going way back to joe nemeth or maybe the aids with richard todd or the 90s vinny testaverde the jets put out in the field is sheer christian hack and berg brice petty and josh mccown lol exclamation point i mean these dudes couldn't score in a brothel with a fistful a c notes and they're going to knocked off the patriots but last in certainly least we have we go down in south florida dade county broward county the miami dolphins with their star for attention owners stephen ross who puts orange carpets for pregame as if it's like in.