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"jen stephan" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"jen stephan" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"In our twitchy what Buffalo Bills move would shock you the most on Thursday night, you vote the Twitter poll, and we've got a pretty good vote gumming up ready a thousand votes in so far not even twenty five minutes into the show. What move would shock you the most twenty eight thirty five percent of you say trade up which shock you the most. So more than more than a third of you say trade. Eating up the bills moving up up above the night. Overall. Pick would shock you the most twenty eight percents eight trade picks for a player currently established player in the league. I don't see that happening at. All right. Twenty eight percent of you say that shock you the most twenty six percent. And I think that's kinda high say drafting a cornerback. We've had the guys on a couple of guys. Now from pro football focus talking about Byron Murphy, the Washington quarterback drafted him in the first round twenty six percent. A quarter of us say that would shock you. The most other twelve percent. Give us a call. Let us know what Buffalo Bills move tomorrow night, which shock you. The MO cornerback thing is those are the analytics people we mean, well, the analytic say corners are more important than edge rushers. That's what analytics guys say. So that's why some analytics people have the bills taking a corner instead of the edge rusher. They can get the because everybody's so many edge rushers in this draft that the corners are gonna go undrafted because everybody wants an edge rusher. Yeah. So they think the corners are going to drop a little bit, and you can get maybe the absolute best corner in this draft. If you think he's worthy at number nine and your defense gets better than it would have gotten the best edge rusher. See what I'm saying? So because you've already got Davis white here you've got Jordan poor. You got Mike you'd have a secondary with Taryn Johnson coming back Levi Wallis guys who really make big splashes as young players in the league. You've got a secondary. That is. Maybe the most talented in the NFL sudden if you get the top corner in the draft you got depth youth you've got youth and they're coming off top five season the league as a total defense last year. And you're so there's some thought that that might be the guy but everybody but corners aren't as sexy pick a guy who gets the quarterback down. Everybody wants to see Tom Brady, get ten pegged. You know? So there's that thought that the bills at number nine might get the top corner in the draft. But yeah. So people have mocked him to the bills from twenty percent twenty six percent of of the thousand fifty people who voted think. Yeah. That it would surprise me to do that. But made maybe I'm looking at this wrong. I guess I am because the thirty five sixty sixty three percent of the people would not be surprised by cornerback. They'd be more surprised. They did something else. So the cornerback maybe is making more sensitive than trade up or trading picks for a player. You don't have to say. Yeah, we'll look in my mind. I've said this before Marv you say it all the time, you can never be too rich too thin or too many corners and people get bored of quarterbacks elections because you have to do it a lot because you need three to be ready to play slash start. And you need at least five and probably more like six to be on your game day roster. Every Sunday you need corners. Byron Murphy is by all accounts, and this comes from Greg Cosell and from the two guys from PF St. panel Zillow and San Monson he would be an absolute perfect fit for the type of defensive scheme. The bills play in the in the secondary in the backfield. You've got a defense of minded head coach. It's not out of the realm of possible that a corner maybe Byron Murphy, maybe somebody else could be selected by the bills in the first round. Yeah. They're certainly gonna draft somebody in their ten. They have right now. Right. Somebody some Cornerbacks going to be drafted by the bills this coming week. Oh, don't you know? Oh, I'll put money these this. And these this is a really this a horse race. And I think that we put out there. What would shock you the most twenty-five only a quarter of the people out? There would be shocked if they drafted Cornerbacks. Seventy five percent of the people would be more shocked by something else. Maybe they think the other stuff is so outlandish it would shock trading up. That's not out of the realm of possibility for me with all the the late round draft picks they can stockpile along with the number nine pick. They could move up to the number five. It would take the number one. It would take the number. It would take the one in the seventy four th pick to move up to number four where Oakland is. Well, there you go. Do it if they trade up. I'd be stunned if they trade up for a player, they have in mind. They absolutely feel like they have to have. I'd be stunned on a couple of counts, including the fact that they have offered in. They're good at this. They've offered no signals that there's one player they really really want. You listen, they're good at this desk to say, the least you live in the building. And. We, you know, try guests on we ask them. And they're like they like they are like totally don't want to come talk to us because they know we're on the air three hours live every day. So if they tell us anything. I would be trustworthy. I, you know. I would. Here's who we're gonna take. Here's what I think. So they they know. So they they are really close to the vest. They draft rooms got a padlock on it. All I think I'm exaggerating. But they're really playing it close to the, and I think all these teams are I think I've noticed it more. So this year than in years past everybody says they're not doing, but man, oh, man. The circle of trust smaller. It would it would. Yeah. A coffee table would look deserted with people. I saw a couple of things to talk about today. What bills move would shock you the most on Thursday night. Give us a call. And we'll discuss that. And what do you think quality or quantity for the bills this year in the draft? Should they stay with all ten picks and use all ten selections? You should they kinda maneuver around a little bit. Maybe move up a little bit. That'd be difficult to do. But still possible. What do you think of those two issues? We're gonna talk about NFL history. And I'm talking about serious NFL history hundred year old history in this one hundred season of NFL football, the Rochester jeffersons, we'll talk with John Stephanie who knows a lot about that team is is great. Grandfather was the founder player coach manager of the Rochester. Jeffersons? We'll talk with Jen. Stephan egging live in studio when we come back on back. One does live from one bills drive this Buffalo Bills radio G R sports radio five fifty. Hey guys can hear from hip podcast today's growth who would win a three mile bicycle race in eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour de France. It all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle both in a ten speed in the pros. Racers gonna win every time, but put the racer on a tricycle in the eleven year old wins every time you see. It's not the driver. It's the vehicle when it comes to generating revenue. It's exactly the same. If you have a job or a small business. You are writing a tricycle. You can only go so fast. If you need to make up lost ground. It's not gonna happen on a tricycle. No matter. How fast you pedal? It's simply not going to win the race..

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"jen stephan" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"jen stephan" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"And they were censured, but only a few of them. And then the cat ate him before we find out what the scores look like let's go to our advertising brave. Well, the back Hank book total Sarah, you got one straight from Steph, and Jen Stephan, you got one thanks to your poem and Blake. I also have one thanks to our the fact that we did a script on. Now, it is time for the factor. Do battle is several science facts to present to the other is an attempt to blow their minds the present dis each of a Hank book to award to the fact, they like the most, and we today have facts about giant old things from Blake and Hank. Yes, I'm very excited to present. And we're going to go first how we're going to go first who who's eaten the oldest piece of food. Oh, okay. Very just who's eating the piece of food. My lunch today was Chinese that. I ordered on what they used today on Saturday. But that was Donald. Thing you've ever eaten. I found like some macaroni and cheese under the couch. And when I was in college, I ate it. You win. It wasn't like under the couch cushion, it was one of the cow. Like when you go through your mom's minivan, and you find leftover French fries from like years ago, you know, go they still look good. That's a French fry. Yeah. I have never done that at least fix a date to my meal, and you yours I mean, if the radio carbon date, I used used to like do exploratory bites and college I'd be like, well, I'm gonna eat one bite of this chicken and six hours. I'm okay, I'm gonna eat the rest of it. I used to do that too. There is an Email called free food where people will just post free food around campus. And you'd walk around thinking up sometimes Dunkin donuts would leave a sack of donuts outside on the. Now. How old they were hopefully from the morning, but probably yeah, that's fine. All right. So I guess going I write Sarry to ask you to do with thing for me. I'm for for this for for involving with the visual aid because you can't see this picture, but Seri this is the topic graphic map of Mars, I'll show our our other panelists here, and can you describe the main features of this topic. Graphic map is Mars. It's blue where it's low elevation read where tile of Asian. Okay. So there appears to be a cliff that that crosses the whole edge. Edged craters one's really pretty deep ones, medium deep, and there's a mountain with four is white extremely higher vision like four spires on it. And what sort of like main main trend is well this act that there's like a low elevation on the arms on the southern hemisphere. It's very low or very high on the northern hemisphere. It's very low. So that's sort of like the main like look of Mars. That's what's up with it. Now Mars has on it the largest crater in the solar system. Can you point to it for me? Pointed to the screen and touched the blue dot. That's the big blue dot that's plenty show or the Hellas basin that is the fifth or fourth largest crater in the solar system, the largest crater in the solar system. We think maybe is a little easier to see if you look at the polar map of Mars, and in fact, we think that the in it is possible. This is the prime explanation for this weird giant area of very low Mars that is relatively young. It does not have a lot of craters in. It is the entire north polar basin is a crater forty percent of the surface of Mars if you put it on the surface of earth. It would stretch from San Francisco to pull them ten thousand kilometer wide crater..

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