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"joe nemeth" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And I know many of you listening are you probably remember hearing something like this on television and radio in the sixties one thousand dollars this is the Joe Nemeth signed a four hundred thousand dollar contract in nineteen sixty five and at that time it was considered a tremendous amount of money and we're talking about nineteen sixty five things have changed but today the lowest paid NFL rookie makes quite a bit more than that four hundred thousand dollars and likewise Mike we look at what we save for retirement and yeah it seems like a lot of money we worked really hard to save and invest up all these years but would it really be worth ten or twenty years down the road when we stop working well it was for what it's worth and we talk about this a lot obviously has a lot to do with things like inflation so how much can my money by is really what we're talking about there so if you're not factoring inflation in to your financial planning you're gonna have some problems down the road because again we're talking ten twenty thirty years down the road things are gonna cost less in the future they'll cost more in the future so a good example of this to me Kristin and and you know this bothers me when I hear people talking about certain types of annuity products that guarantee people income for life typically those products that people are being sold their guaranteeing him something like well we'll give you five percent per year on your money for the rest of your life let's just say that you could get that from one of these annuity products in there saying listen you could never run out of money it's guaranteed no matter what the markets do yeah we've heard that you know yeah I just it goes on and on and on well okay if I had a million dollars to invest and I could get five percent for the rest of my life in a million dollars let's fifty thousand dollars this year and that feels pretty good but you gotta realize ten years from now it's been a road it took probably something like three and a half percent not five and you know just keeps going down and down and down because of inflation so you're always going to need an inflation adjusted income that's one of the big things another big thing you have to understand that markets aren't likely to be what you experienced while you were growing your nest egg so we refer to these as as headwinds to people bring in their retirement so most people built up there for one case or for three bees the the the big big growth period was it starting in the early nineteen eighties all the way through two thousand and if you look at a chart of the Dow over the S. and P. over that period of time what you'll see is it looks like it pretty much just went straight up even we even if we had you know good economy isn't bad economies over that twenty year period for the most part it went up and up and up and up and up and then we got from say two thousand and two thousand and ten and I was fairly flat and then now it's amazing growth again well we can expect markets to behave like that it from eighty to two thousand because that's when all the baby boomers for making contributions to the four one case and that literally just raised markets and not every year but almost year after year after year they were people writing financial plans and the the late nineties people assuming they were gonna average twelve percent on their portfolio in retirement will obviously that didn't hold true we got a detrimental if they were counting on that it's extremely detrimental right so moving forward we need to be aware that markets aren't likely to move up like they have in the summer they are going to go up I just believe they're going to go up with more volatility not just pretty much straight up over the same period of time another problem people are going to have fixed interest rates are very low and they're likely to stay that way for a long time so if we're sitting around waiting for CD rates to hit five six percent and that's where we want and our money to beat it to get retirement income it's not likely to happen especially since they recently lowered them twice Hey let's not looking like like that's right I mean that was that was based on the economy but if you take a deeper look and you look at what the the the federal debt when they raise interest rates they're raising their interest rate on their own debt so there the government's not likely to want to raise it to much otherwise you're just shooting himself in the foot when it comes to their own rate they're paying a debt so there's there's multiple problems there bottom line Christian is complicated and faithful look you're in a relationship that it's complicated when it comes Leysin and interest rates okay it was complicated and and and let's face it most people at their employer did not have a financial adviser that they can go sit down with and have a conversation we had a website where we made a selection and then left alone right yeah exactly so employers provided people with four one case they got away from pensions not all employers with most got away from pensions and then basically people are retiring and they're like okay well here you go you know here's your money guess what you lost your paycheck you lost your health care here's a lump sum of money that you built up your nest egg now you go figure out what to do with so literally that's what we're talking about on the radio show every weekend Kristin and also sitting down with individuals just helping them figure out okay when I retire where's my income going to come from and how do I get it you know how to make sure the taxes are paid for how do we account for inflation how I make sure my money's invested the way it needs to be so that I can be successful in retirement and I stayed over over again we define success as being able to maintain your current standard of living adjusted for inflation and taxes in retirement no matter how long you live 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How 'Broadway Joe' redefined the NFL
"Com. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen world with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the super bowl. New York jets quarterback Joe Nemeth known and then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami Hotel in a Turquoise Cadillac Nemeth known to sometimes show Eh Games. Still drunk from the previous evening's activities. was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak Namus said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway Joe tipsy free willing amorous and so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later the jets will win in Sunday and said `I garin teeth. I the colts win by a large score. Today I'm GonNa say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I think New York to win forty one thirty one. Nemo's prediction wasn't just hockey. It was really New York over forty one called the his opponent. The the Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites nameless knees were beat up. The colts have the second most potent offense in football in the best defense. Some were predicting a blowout. They said that it couldn't be done. But it has been near. The Third Super Bowl could gets one sixteen to seven was named most valuable player. Performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But in critical wrote the moment itself took Namus fame and pro football's popularity to different planet in fame's pecking checking order. Nemeth suddenly outrank Sinatra. The biographer wrote. Actually at that moment he outranked just about everybody who wasn't a beetle doc attendance around the NFL Sword Soda TV or ship particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The League made sure that Nemeth in the jets played in that inaugural game he's going NBA. Joe Name. After George Sauer for the touchdown everyone wanted a piece of Nemeth especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of Click Bait legendary columnist. Jimmy Breslin wrote a famous story about Nemeth For New York magazine entitled Nemeth All night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the Old Bailey side course in queens president wrote in one shot. He swallowed the mixing Xing Glass Ice Chunks. And everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down instead. Give me another one of these things kid. The place went went nuts. It is the same thing when you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for awhile not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business. The steals fading playing ability in then of course fading fame drinking was the biggest problem. Nemeth was an alcoholic alcoholic. He settled down in Nineteen eighty-four marrying Deborah. mays woman he met at a voice class with her insistence. Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later but after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporter. Suzy Kolber he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. What does it mean to you at now? Team is struggling kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throttling Nemeth apologized and entered Rehab. Namus is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand and just how much it changed his life and sports forever. I think about it now. He recently told the New York Daily News. But at the time time I
"joe nemeth" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"Always find his insights at Bill O Reilly dot com. And it's great to have you on the show. Hope you had a great week at Bill are doing. I was down in Florida with Joe Nemeth had his foundation Wayne, and it was really a great charitable event. They help football players ex NFL players brain injuries and things like that. So it was really something. And I urge everybody to go to Joe Nemeth dot org. Nice plug for Joe. I've now figured out when I grow up I wanna be Bill O'Reilly. That's. President Trump Joe Nemeth, you're hanging out with nothing. But my heroes. That's very cool. I grew up in New York, Joe Nemeth out euro, Joe willingly Broadway. Joe? Great stuff. All right. Let's talk about the southern border because we've obviously got a nightmare there and a and a and a real crisis, despite what Democrats say and Trump is threatening. The president is threatening to close the border with Mexico in order to make them feel the heat until they cooperate with us in stop allowing only central Americans to to walk through the border. So what say you about the prospects of closing the border? Well, it's hard lead story onto low rally dot com tonight on the podcast. And I've said from the very beginning that Mexico does not cooperate with America in ceiling and southern border with Guatemala to prevent tens of thousands of central Americans March through that country up into the border the US board the dome, they don't cooperate. They could see that border down there. And that's not a hard thing to do. So the president's right to be really cheat off the problem is is uninterrupted consequences about closing the border hurts the US economy. But you know, in this kind of a situation, maybe you send a message is also threatening to cut aid USA to Honduras, and El Salvador and quantum all three countries that are really the big problem here right now, you know, it's it's a it is a national emergency. The Democratic Party doesn't care and that sends a signal of people south of the border that you know, we got a tire political party wants us to sneak in. And that's a message. That's being sent. And there's kind of a poor to of this Baidoa ROY was quoted over the weekend saying, there's no crisis. I had a radio view this morning in Cleveland, Ohio. And I sit to the guy the radio host in Cleveland. I said there's lots of arguments why someone might want the wall or not. But you can't say there's no border crisis. That makes the Democrats to me look like complete liars complete idiots or they know exactly what they're doing. They want everybody to March in is it a good strategy to say, there's no crisis. I thought that was a really really poor assessment by mister O'Rourke. He lives in El Paso. One of the places that suffering and for him to come out. And and try to convince the American people. There's no problem down here. It's not even a matter crisis. He's not a problem down here. No, national emergency down here. And you look at it at a mobile, I live in New York. I don't live on the border. But I I can see the video. I see the stats, you know, weighing in March. They're going to the border patrol taken about one hundred thousand people on US soil and Baidoa. Rox is no problem with that. So he these you're stupid or dishonest. There's no other way, it's either stupid or dishonest. And this guy wants to be president. I don't know him. I don't have any beef against bagel Rourke. But when I hear something like that, I just go what what you have the nerve to say that. So you know, he's going to have to live with that. I think it goes a long way to understanding beta work Bill that his name is rob O Rourke..
USFL vs NFL - Risky Business
"Our series on the grudge match between the US F L and the NFL United States football league championship game nineteen eighty nine. We took you back to the eighties. When an upstart spring football league came along and tried to score on the NFL's turf. The USFL backed by a new set of owners, including the likes of Donald Trump attempted to change the face and feel of America's most popular sport. In the end. The USFL folded, but the league did have a lasting impact on the game. Many of its players and coaches went onto NFL stardom and rules. I initiated by the USFL like the two point conversion and the coach's challenge are now. Staples of the National Football League today, the NFL faces new business challenges there are new concerns about footfall injuries after another tough hit in the NFL overnight. There you see Brennan wish the calls helmet on helmet head. He was taken off the field with concussion widespread criticism over the safety of the sport and the league's response to players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. Have sports watchers questioning the future of the NFL. Mike Pesca is a longtime sports journalist and podcast for slate. And before that for NPR, he is host of the slate daily podcast. Gist and author of the new book upon further review, the greatest what if in sports history, we're bringing him on the show to talk about some of the biggest uncertainties around professional football today. We talk about risks facing the NFL whether a new league could make it today. And what our culture would look like if football never took off in the first place. Hope you enjoy a conversation. Business wars is brought to you by wicks dot com. 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Dot com and use the coupon code be w you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans, you get more storage, a free domain for a year and much much more. That's wicks dot com code BW for ten percent off any premium plan. Mike Pesca is host of the slate podcast, the gist, and he is author of the new book upon further review, the greatest what ifs in sports history. Mike, it's a real honor and privilege to have you on business wars. Thanks so much for doing this. It's my pleasure. Hey football is I guess you could say America's favorite professional sport still is I don't think NASCAR ever superseded football. And the NFL has been called the biggest show in the country if not on earth. I mean, what do you make of the league today, especially considering the many controversies that have been surrounding it from taking a need to you know, to to hit injuries. Well in America, we used to have a monoculture when there were three or maybe four TV networks and a few evening news broadcasts, but we've gotten fractured and we've gotten away from that. And the one exception is football. So not only is it the most dominant sport. I also think that it's to a great extent. The closest thing that we have to a culture. -tural glue. If you look at the ratings of the top twenty shows, the top twenty individually aired programs in any year football will be I don't know sixteen of the top twenty or so people think the Academy Awards is right there under the Super Bowl. No. There are three to five football games before you even get to something like the Academy Awards, and maybe a big bang theory. We'll sneak in there, so. Yeah, it's now it's not like most people or even watching every game. But it's the closest thing we have to a shared experience an agreed upon experience. And I think it says something about American twenty nineteen that we can't even agree upon football. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's something to that. I'm sure, but what about in a business sense? I mean, part of what we've been exploring is in in the course of of examining the USFL, and it's sudden rise was how the NFL was sort of a dominant business player. And I assume that especially given the television revenue that we're still talking about football the NFL in particular as as dominant. Yeah. Yeah. Football is collectively the value of the teams are worth possibly close to a hundred billion dollars in revenue it makes upwards of fifteen billion dollars. Roger Goodell has predicted that football would be a twenty five billion dollar industry within a decade. So you can see from a business perspective. Look, we don't have to take half the audience or a quarter of the audience. If you just take a few crumbs from that gigantic pie, you could be pretty rich. So I understand why someone would say, hey, what if? Where just a pale copy just a tenth or even a fiftieth football. We could still have an enterprise that makes us a lot of money. The problem is historically. It's been hard to do that. Yeah. I wanna go back. Do you? Remember when you first heard about the USFL? I mean, were you already plugged into football at that point when the USFL made its debut. Yeah. In the early nineteen eighties. I was a big New York Jets fan, which doesn't make that much sense. Because they were that good. Although there was one year strike-shortened year that they had a decent enough team. And I remember Donald Trump who was by then a fixture in New York media and real estate circles and remember him going on the Letterman show and talking about how he took over Eastern Airlines, and it's going to be the Trump shuttle. It just seemed like one of these billionaires or millionaires on the make and he announced plans for USFL team. There were going to be called the generals and the name the name. Donald Trump wasn't the most associated name with the generals who was was her. Herschel Walker the great perhaps one of the greatest college running backs of all time, he joins the generals. And if you wanna watch a great college Heisman Trophy running back. He was the only way to watch it. And there were a lot of is on Herschel Walker Brian Sipe who was a former Cleveland Browns. Very good NFL quarterback who we hired to be on the team. And the the roster of the generals was a decent roster a plausible. They wouldn't have won five games in the NFL. But I don't think they would have gone over sixteen. So we put together a very interesting watchable product as did a few of the other owners at the time is funny. You should mention Herschel Walker because I was growing up in Georgia at the time, and you can imagine, you know, you have this Heisman Trophy winner who put UGA on the map in many respects. I mean, it just made it a championship team. And you wanted to you just expected that he would be going to the NFL. L and when the USFL scooped him up what a surprise. And I remember feeling both a sense of letdown that maybe I wouldn't get to watch him, you know, in this new league. But also a sense that something new and exciting was about to happen spring football. I mean, that's crazy. You know? And I unless memory is doesn't serve it seems like Herschel Walker jumped to the USFL before he could have jumped to the NFL because of the rules. Do you remember any of that? I think that back then there was a restriction against underclass men coming to the NFL. Yeah. USFL did away with all of that. In fact, I think the USFL was pretty much open to anyone joining their league there were pirate type organization, but you also have to realize the early seasons of the USFL. It was only fifteen years removed from the AFL, and what the AFL did was they took another exciting southern player and brought him to a New York team. And that. Was Joe Nemeth playing for the jets? And so and that was my team and that was a model of an upstart league. They were a fall football league. But an upstart league challenging the establishment and winning and becoming absorbed into the NFL. And then even more recently than that, the ABA which was the the organization that challenged the NBA, and it was more exciting, and they add multicolored balls, and they had three point shooting and many of their team's got absorbed into the NBA. So this idea especially in the early eighties before football became this culturally. Dominant juggernaut I would say back then by the way baseball was the national sport this idea that you couldn't possibly challenge the NFL. It's not true. Maybe in retrospect, it seems true. But a good business plan could have and a lot of people in retrospect, look back and say, in fact would have challenged the NFL establish that USFL as lead to be reckon with. So why didn't the USFL become a part of the NFL? L as as Donald Trump wished that it had. I mean, obviously he wanted to have an NFL team in part of his strategy was to get ownership of the generals. Yes. And I think and this is this is mostly going by the accounts that have been written the ESPN documentary books on the NFL. And maybe it relies on the great man or the infamous man of history little too much. But the answer is Donald Trump. It seems because Donald Trump just like he was a guy from queens who always looked at Manhattan is looking down on him and wanted to be part of the senior circuit in Manhattan. I think looked at the fact that the US was spring football. And he couldn't live with that. He wanted to directly challenge the NFL and a lot of other owners, maybe without the economic wherewithal to oppose him said this was a bad idea there. We have a plan if we stick to this plan we can make money in the future. But it's very important that where spring league and Donald Trump said no Donald Trump says we're going head to head because he couldn't. Be second best. And you also engaged in a court fight simultaneously as he brought the US fell into the fall. And that just ruined it. There was no way to compete head to head with the NFL. But that's just it. Right. I mean, if in fact Trump's idea that the USFL would be absorbed into the NFL like the AFL with what you were just talking about early. If that had happened. It could have been a gold mine for certainly for all the owners, and who knows how many other football fans in some of the smaller cities, for example, this is I guess I wonder why it hasn't happened. And when you consider what's going on right now, you have the XFL you have the alliance of American football. Which is you know, just just getting off the ground. Now. I mean is this basically given the NFL's position in sports and business today is it basically game where you can't really take on the NFL head to head. It's always going to be about trying to. To get a foot into the door with the hope of getting absorbed somehow by by the leviathan. Yes, I do think. So. And I think that there's a very real impractical concern with just in terms of salaries, and this is not true for a couple reasons with the USF L, but just in terms of salaries you can't pay players more than the NFL. Can I suppose none? Neither of these two new leagues can do. So I suppose you could imagine a league founded by billionaires that wouldn't mind burning
"joe nemeth" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Yeah. What? The people who've been pumping that it literally pumping that and for decades blazingly they're doing that too. Yeah. I know they are they really are doing that. But at least they're lecturing themselves. You know, what I mean, at least be beyond petroleum. No, you're not you're petroleum. Well, but we'd like to be beyond petroleum. Okay. Well, they actually had a legit. Wings to the Brexit their. We're not British. We're beyond petroleum. That's amazing. I it's just it. Just strikes me as embarrassing. There is a level of their of of this sort of Domino's approach though, isn't there are pizza used to suck. But now we're now pizza's good that's kind of what they're doing. They're like they're showing their own ads say, but wait, wait, wait. Hofmann has to answer today for something that he did or said while filming the graduate. Okay. Gillette? Doesn't have to explain what they were doing. I wasn't at Gillette. The did. Joe nemeth? Is one of them. I mean, they don't have to they don't they don't they don't actually have to explain what they were doing when they were selling sex in razors back in the seventies or the eighties or the nineties or maybe two years ago. They don't have to answer for any of that. But if I God forbid said, something my son said something in nineteen ninety-five. My life is destroyed. How dare you? It's really weird. And I think this is a strange thing. We've talked for years. I mean, how long have we been doing this show, and we've talked about how the left and the media are pushing the boundaries, and we're losing those sort of traditional values. Right. Like everybody's having sex with everybody. Like they've now combined that with like this really odd puritanical set of demands where you can't you can't you can't talk about any of these things like you have to at the same time be way over the line and break every barrier of of what was at one point good taste. But at the same time, you can't say anything to anybody. It's a new religion is it's a new religion. These are the puritanical priests that will tell you what you can and cannot say, and what's what's so aggravating about this is you're the one always saying to us that we're too. We're too tight. We're too. We're too afraid of sex and everything else we we just want everybody to be wholesome and will now what is that Gillette ad that Gillette ad is teaching your children to be wholesome. It's teaching your children not to Ogle girls not to pinch their ass. Not to not to whistle at them. In Cabot call that. It's a good thing. Gillette came along because I was teaching by kids. Exactly the opposite. Taught my son how to whistle you, right? I put my kid in cat called class. I was teaching him. How to be a better I put him in construction sites. So that he could learn from the worker smart because all construction site. That's.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on 600 WREC
"What you're the people who been pumping that it literally pumping that and for decades blazingly they're doing that too. Yeah. I know they are they really are doing that. But at least they're lecturing themselves. You know, what I mean, at least BP is like beyond petroleum. No. You're not you're petroleum. Well, but we'd like to be beyond petroleum. Okay. Well, they actually had a legitimate wings to the Brexit. We're not British working on. We're beyond petroleum, right? That's amazing. It's just it. Just strikes me as embarrassing. There is a level of their of of this sort of Domino's approach though, isn't there? You know, our pizza used to suck. But now, we're now are pizza's good that's kind of what they're doing. They're like they're showing their own ads say, but wait, wait when we don't like it. Hoffman has to answer today for something that he did or said while filming the graduate. Okay. Joe latte doesn't have to explain what they were doing. I wasn't at Gillette that did Joe Nemeth. Is one of them. I mean, they don't have to later. They don't they don't they don't actually have to explain what they were doing when they were selling sex in razors back in the seventies or the eighties or the nineties or maybe two years ago. They don't have to answer for any of that. But if I God forbid said, something my son said something in nineteen ninety-five. My life is destroyed. How dare you? It's really weird. And I think this is a strange thing. We've talked for years. I mean, how long have we been doing the show, and we've talked about how the left in the media are pushing the boundaries, and we're losing those sort of traditional values. Right. Like everybody's having sex with everybody. Like they've now combined that with like this really odd puritanical set of demands where you can't you can't talk about religious. You can't talk about any of these things like you have to at the same time be way over the line in break every barrier of of what was at one point good taste. But at the same time, you can't say anything to anybody. It's religious. It's a new religion. These are the puritanical priests that will tell you what you can and cannot say, and what's what's so aggravating about this is you're the one always saying to us that we're too. We're too tight. We're too. We're too afraid of sex and everything else we we just want everybody to be wholesome and will now what is that Gillette ad that Gillette ad is teaching your children to be wholesome. It's teaching your children not to girls. Not to pinch their ass. Not to not to whistle at them in cap, call that is a good thing. Gillette came along because I was teaching by kids. Exactly the opposite. I taught my son how to whistle you, right? I put my kid in cat called class. I was teaching him. How to be a better cat. I put him in construction sites. So that he could learn from the worker a smart. Construction site are.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Actually had a legit wings to their name. We're not British. On petroleum, right? That's that's amazing. It's just it. Just strikes me as embarrassing. There is a level of of of this sort of dominoes approach though. Isn't there? Like pizza used to suck. But now, we're our pizza's good that's kind of what they're doing. They're like they're showing their own ads. You say, hey, wait. Wait, wait Hofmann has to answer today for something that he did or said while filming the graduate. Okay. Gillette doesn't have to explain what they were doing. I wasn't Gillette. The did. Joe nemeth? There's one of them. I mean, they don't have to. They don't they don't they don't actually have to explain what they were doing when they were selling sex in razors back in the seventies or the eighties or the nineties or maybe two years ago. They don't have to answer for any of that. But if I God forbid said, something my son said something in nineteen ninety-five. My life is destroyed. How dare you? It's really weird. And I think this is a strange thing. We've talked for years. I mean, how long have we been doing this show, and we've talked about how the left in the media are pushing the boundaries, and we're losing those sort of traditional values. Right. Like everybody's having sex with everybody. Like they've now combined that with like this really odd puritanical set of demands where you can't you can't you can't talk about any of these things you have to at the same time be way over the line in break every barrier of of what was at one point good taste. But at the same time, you can't say anything to anybody. It's religious. It's a new religion. These are the puritanical priests that will tell you what you can and cannot say, and what's what's so aggravating about this is you're the one always saying to us that we're too. We're too tight. We're too. We're too frayed of sex and everything else we we just want everybody to be wholesome. And we'll now what is that Gillette ad that Gillette ad is teaching your children to be wholesome. It's teaching your children not to girls not to pinch their ass. Not to not to whistle at them and cap, call good thing Gillette came along because I was teaching by kids. Exactly. The opposite taught my son. Taught my son how to whistle. I put my kid in cat called class. I was teaching him. How to be a better I put him in construction sites. So that he could learn from the worker the smart because we all construction site are all. Elway manner. Like, yeah. That's what they do. Right. You know masculinity. Oh, man, just is always in spilling out of these men. Just poisons voice. Thank you, Pat. Thank you for your welcome. Okay. Can I talk to you about can I talk to you about a poisonous, man. I have a guy who has just you're going to have to narrow it down though. I mean, it's all well, everybody's gonna know this one Tim Allen is the worst of the worst. I mean, he's been pushing that that'd be a bad kind of man, your whole our whole life. Well, ABC did the right thing by firing him. Unless you're looking for money or ratings. Fox just put them on debuted. He had great ratings for a show that I really haven't seen talked about. I didn't know it was even I would have watched. It had I known that. It was just coming back. It was coming back. But here is a here's a here's just a real quick clip of the new Tim Allen show as it's back on FOX. I'm trying to DVR my favorite show. But it's not on maybe go cancelled. TV business can be a heartless bastard. Cancelled. Why would.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Am. I am. I you look. Look, I want you to invite you to my house for a while. And hear the things that I teach my son. And then lecture me, you are a giant corporation that is only trying to sell a product. You don't really care because you were the one pumping sweet cheeks into my living room for decades. You are the ones that said, hey, girls, find this sexy and hot. Ooh. Put your put your cheek next to mine sweet cheeks, and they were talking necessarily about the cheek on your face. That's toxic. That was a toxic. These these guys if if it if they could sell more razors by being pigs. They would they would of course was the plan. Right. Did it and this is just like we are unhappy with our market share of women's razors. So here's a commercial for you about how good women are like, it's so transparent. And although they say that this is to sell men's razor. But is there a guy within the sound of my voice that watches that commercial and hasn't already been raising your son to be that kind of a man, and and doesn't have a visceral reaction to how aggravating and maddening this insulting in this. Not. Because it's not it's not even the content. There's nothing in there that anyone would disagree with. But that's the point. That's what's annoying. So insulting agreement comes from the sweeping indictment on an entire gender of human beings. That's the implication here is that manner bad, and we want you to be better from at Gillette. Somewhere. Okay. They said. It's also like watching BP or Exxon do their commercials, you know, people are burning fossil fuel. Right. Yeah. And you're like what you're the people who've been pumping that it literally pumping that and for decades. They're doing that too. Yeah. I know they are they really are doing that. But at least they're lecturing themselves. You know what I mean? Yeah. Least BP is like beyond petroleum. No. You're not you're petroleum. Well, but we'd like to be beyond petroleum. Okay. Well, they actually had a legit. Wings to the Brexit. We're not British. We're beyond petroleum, right? That's amazing. I it's just it. Just strikes me as embarrassing. There is a level of their of of the sort of dominoes approach though. Isn't there? Our pizza used to suck. But now, we're now are pizza's good that's kind of what they're doing. They're like they're showing their own ads. You say, but wait wait when we don't like. It has to answer today for something that he did or said while filming the graduate. Okay. Joe latte doesn't have to explain what they were doing. I wasn't at Gillette that did Joe Nemeth. Is one of them. I mean, they don't have to they don't they don't they don't actually have to explain what they were doing when they were selling sex in razors back in the seventies or the eighties or the nineties or maybe two years ago. They don't have to answer for any of that. But if I God forbid said, something my son said something in nineteen ninety five my life is destroyed. How dare you? It's really weird. And I think this is a strange thing. We've talked for years. I mean, how long have you been doing the show, and we've talked about how you know, the left in the media are pushing the boundaries, and we're losing those sort of traditional values, right? Like everybody's having sex with everybody. Like they've now combined that with like this really odd. Puritanical set of demands were you can't you can't you can't talk about any of these things like you have to at the same time be way over the line in break every barrier of of what was at one point good taste. But at the same time, you can't say anything to anybody. It's religious. It's a new religion. These are the puritanical priests that will tell you what you can and cannot say, and what's what's so aggravating about this is you're the one always saying to us that we're too. We're too tight. We're too. We're too afraid of sex and everything else we we just want everybody to be wholesome and will now what is that Gillette ad that Gillette ad is teaching your children to be wholesome. It's teaching your children not to girls not to pinch their ass. Not to not to whistle at them in cap, call that is a good thing. Gillette came along because I was teaching by kids. Exactly the opposite. I taught my son how to whistle you, right? I put my kid in catcalled class. I was teaching him. How to be a better I put him in construction sites. So that he could learn from the worker a smart. All construction site are all..
Joe Nemeth discussed on Rich Stevens
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"joe nemeth" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here's some. Play rush because that's that's not top forty. No. Here's some. Boy. All right, three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. Welcome back. Everybody. We are in the AllState skyline studio here until five AM Steve Grzanich will be here at five and Steve Cochran at six for your morning drive. And yeah, we are. Talking about athletes who became actors weren't necessarily good, but they may have had one or two or many roles. Three one nine hundred seventy one hundred. We mentioned dined Drysdale deacon Jones and Joe Nemeth on the Brady bunch. Joe name was in a movie. I have to say this. I have to mention this, Dan, you can look this movie called CC and company. And it was a biker movie. And he was like the leader. He played CC the leader of like, a nice motorcycle, gang or like, a goofy motorcycle gang. And it was Joe Nemeth. And I believe and Margaret and Martin was the female lead here. Correct. And do we year on that? Nine hundred seventy. Wow. Okay. So anyway, he so this is what I remember about the movie, I remember an Margaret because he and Margaret. I mean, my God, it's an Margaret one of the most beautiful and hottest women ever to live. So remembering Margaret, and I remember the opening of the movie this other movie started, and I don't I don't remember anything else because I thought this was such a so such crazy. It was such a crazy scene that I always remembered it, and it was it was if anybody remembers CC and company, and I believe they they did play CeCe Ryder. Let's see. We'll see what you have done. I believe that was the song that they played over the opening credits in the opening this is what the opening of the scene. This the scene was it's Joe Nemeth like in just like a vest, like a biker gang vest. Walking through a grocery store. Taken off the shelf like making sandwiches and eating them cracking open a beer and drinking just as he's walking. He's got a shopping cart. He's going through the grocery store having himself a meal making himself a full meal, and then he just leaves. And I remember being thinking that was so radical like, wow. Your dad working at the time. No, no, no. This was this long before even I started working at the Joel's. But I just remember watching it going. I never 'cause you know. I always I always think it's it's still to this day. I think it's weird when people eat watery while they're grocery shopping Eileen does that helps me out. Yeah. And I know people do that. 'cause they're going to pay for it. You know what I mean? The opened up a bag of chips. You put it in the little compartment there while you shop and you can snack on some chips. I don't do that. Because it kind of freaked. I'm with you. It freaks me out. And I just think it's weird. I think it's weird to eat the stuff in your grocery cart home to eat. Eat. That's how I that's how I feel about it. So I remember as a kid seeing this movie watching Joe name if walking up and down these aisles making sandwiches an eating, and then of course, he doesn't pay. That's the difference. He eats everything and then walks out puts the card away and just leave the grocery store because he's biker, man. He's not gonna pay. So he seaman. So I that stuck with me that in that scene has always stuck with me. So whenever anybody mentioned if we talk about like Joe Nemeth, oh, he's appeared on TV. He's done this. He's done that. I always picture them. Walk into a grocery store making sandwiches eating and then leaving because it freaked me out when I was a kid, and I saw them I saw probably six or seven when I I thought the movie and just how I'd never seen anything like it. Because you like grocery shopping was like a sacred thing when I was a little kid. And I still kind of is you get your food. Like, I said, I don't eat any of that stuff. Are any of it? But you know, and I know people do in a lot of people do it. And then they bring like a half eaten baggage chips up. And you know, you ring it up and you pay for it. I know the grocery stores don't frown upon it. It's fine. If you want to do that. I just think it's weird. I just I don't do it. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna eat anything that I purchased until I pay for it. And if I'm really hungry, maybe eat it in the car, but I'm gonna wait till it's paid for. And I get it home. So that just state that's the one thing in the movie. I don't remember anything else about the movie except for an Margaret being hot. And Joe Nemeth eating stuff off the shelves in a grocery store while pushing a cart around now, I don't know if that's supposed to be the takeaway is that really what I'm supposed to take away from that movie. Poster remember that or am I supposed to remember the biker adventures of CC in his company? I don't remember anything. They did on bikes or on motorcycles. I don't remember anything else about the movie. I remember Joe name. It's stealing stuff and making food and eating food in a grocery store. That's the only thing. I remember about that movie. Do they have like a tagline on the movie like is there like on the IMDB page? Does it they do. It's it's quite a good one Lovin Brolin and Bufton it up and what Boston it up loving Brolin and busting it up. So what's the poster look like is it like is it a? Those things in action. It is. The three three parts. The first part is Joe kissing. An no one is fighting a bunch of guys and then the third partisan leading his gang on his motorcycle on a desert. I don't remember any of the of the Lovin brawl or bust in anything up. I remember him Eaton. That's what it they should have eaten. Lovin eaten Brolin bus, and there's a picture of him with a grocery cart eating a sandwich. That's the only thing. All right before we break here for whether let's get Chris in here. Hey, chris. Yeah. That's the only thing. I remember for that movie to me. I don't know. Maybe I didn't. I thought that was just unique to me. All right. What do you got Chris? I've got Gerald Ford star athlete at the university of Michigan became president. There's one thing. People don't know about him is he's the only athlete turned down by the NFL AFL and turned on both. Wow. Can he sold that record? Wow. Okay. That's. Alright, thanks, Chris. Turn down the AFL and the NFL what he did become president in a unique way. All right. Let's take a break here with with some weather, and then we'll come back and we'll jump back into athletes who became actors and Joe name of eating and grocery stores. So..
Group of Hall of Famers threaten boycott of induction ceremony until NFL provides health insurance, annual salaries
"A group of pro football hall of famers that includes Jim Brown, Joe Nemeth, Jerry Rice, Dion Sanders, and Eric Dickerson sent the letter to Commissioner Roger Goodell demanding that they get paid an annual salary and also receive health benefits saying, quote, we believe we deserve more. If the demand is not met the hall of Famer say they will not show up for next year's induction ceremony. Now hall of Famer and Westwood One analyst Kurt Warner's name is on that list. But Warner released a statement saying today, he never agreed to have his name on the letter. And would not be a part of any boycott
"joe nemeth" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Who would you have said before him? So you don't wanna try to answer best since Joe name his in there somewhere. You know, I, it's not even like I got to be honest. I don't know. Well enough. Like I, I remember I remember I don't remember Joe Namus as jets player, but I mean, I know Joe Nemeth was a football legend. I don't know how great Joe Nemeth was at Alabama off the top of my head. Well, in bear Bryant's offense. I don't think they look, nobody put up stats away quarterback stats now, like what? I, I don't know if Ken stabler was better. I don't know if Bart Starr was better. Like I just off top of my head. I don't know that. Violate any Davis with that question. And I'm gonna say we look up Jimmy. Okay. Wanna hear Joe Nemeth scholar stats. Sure. He played three years in he completed a fifty four point. Three percent of his passes for this is his three or total. Now two thousand seven hundred thirteen yards. Twenty four touchdowns and twenty interceptions yeah, here's the. Here's the problem with some of the stuff. It is so skewed. I'm gonna rattle off the top ten passing leaders of Alabama history. They're all almost all guy is you've been around in our in our careers. Yeah. I mean, I think the answer before it would be AJ McCarron right? It goes AJ McCarron John Parker Wilson Brody Crowell Andrews Zahle McElroy j. Barker Scott hunter who is before us, but I remember him a little bit. The NFL Jalen hurts Freddie kitchens and Walter Lewis, where I remember as. As a kid watching some I'm gonna make the this might get me on the hot take all fame, but the row don't do it. His career tour is already the best quarterback albums ever have. All right, fine. He's the best quarterback in the sport right now. Can we say. Have a better backs. He's the most talented quarterback that Alabama's the most talented border back obvious ins as well sounds a quarterback they've had since I've covered the sport. I don't wanna go pass. Never ninety is the most everyone quarter he is. He is, you know, headed on the track to be all Americans lashed Heisman candidate slash. So he's more talented than Joe Nemeth or Ken stabler. That's more talented guys. You studied up close. You spent hours studying in a dark room at three in the morning with a Cup of coffee in a pack of newports by just college players in general, are more physically gifted than they were in the nineteen sixties. I mean, let's let's be honest. I mean, does that mean he's like that Athlon list. We did about fifty greatest. Remember how hard it was to compare current guys, two guys. I'm sorry if this is the part where you tell me Eric Dungy's more talented than Jim Brown. We're gonna end this podcast right now that is such a strain. Where did you. Would that because we were talking Syracuse and you're just crapping all over guys from like the sixties and seventies and fifties. And yes, sometimes generational talents or generational talent. So you is a generational talent. By the way, this is coming from somebody who is not ready to buy into the hype after just the national championship game was one half. Let's see how he does after that. They guy you're the most incredible to us. That is right now. Let me load up. Chris means always excellent nineteen stats from the weekend. So I get this right, ready for this. Just about two on third downs. This season is thirteen thirteen for two hundred ninety eight yards and six touchdowns on third downs. Yes. I think I had that stat in my column last week..
"joe nemeth" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Game did you drive. Your model t. over to the Speakeasy to do the Charleston. With your day maybe pitch a little woo if you're lucky that is from Jim thank, you very, much Jim, kinda kinda Hey. Let me tell, you something okay and. I tell people this. All the time I grew up in New York and as a kid when still. To this day but we had season tickets to both the, giants and the jets and I literally. Was at an NFL game every single Sunday and I'm. Not exaggerating every single Sunday I would either be, a Yankee. Stadium watching the giants we had tickets in the bleachers or a beach, Shea Stadium and when I was growing up as a kid that giants were awful and the jets were really good and, the jets that was when. Joe Nemeth. Sixty nine won the Super Bowl and everything but. I hated the jets all right and the season ticket holders to. Chase dating general, my dad like because. One week I'd be rooting, for the, bills two weeks later rooting for the patriots then. It'd be, rooting, for you know the colts. And. They hated me at Shea Stadium but anyway To show you how things have changed when when, I went to the jets games in. That era when Joe Nemeth was the quarterback and they. Had they had a really good team members in, boozer Matt. Snell where the running backs they had good they had a right tackle number seventy two you can look it up his name was Sherman Plunkett and I remember going to watch sermon Plunkett play, with the New York Jets. Because he. Was a marvel because he was three hundred and. Twenty pounds and he was so much bigger than everybody else on. The football field, everyone used to talk. About sure Plunkett the right, tackle for, the New York Jets and it was probably fifteen. Years ago I did? An interview with Joe Namath, up at Lake. Tahoe we talked about Sherman Plunkett for about ten years and what's crazy about this is he I'm not exaggerating folks he was so much, bigger than everybody else on the offensive line like he would come out of the huddle and people would like they would point at, him and they. Would talk about him and now think about. Where the game is you're. Not three hundred pounds you can't play on the line right I mean this guy was three twenty and he was playing an era where the other offensive lineman were two hundred, and fifty pounds so yeah I am old but can I tell you. You know what can I tell. You but I will tell you there was no. I grew up watching at Yankee Stadium I mean I? Had a conversation I was, so blessed a. Year ago was one of the great Unexpected, treats that I've ever had my wife and I went to, a friend's birthday party in Dallas Texas and. Sitting at our table was Roger starbuck. And his wife and they could not have been more nice, and we had such a great talk and I was telling Roger that I was from New York and that one of the real treats was. To watch him play because Bob Hayes to. Me was one of the great marvels in that. Era Bob Hayes was the fastest human, on earth Bob, Hayes was, the, fastest guy on the planet and I. Said to Roger Staubach I I asked him? I said, hey I'm just curious as a football player did you like going in the Yankee Stadium And he was he then. He went off he was like oh man he goes that was, my favorite, place to play a lot of people don't realize this but I was playing I played baseball. At the naval, academy and played football. And he said I didn't even, start playing football until I was in high. School and we got into this conversation and he said you know that my longest touchdown pass ever was to Bob Hayes at Yankee Stadium and I said yeah I do know because I was at the game that we, talked, about all of the the great memories of that era with, Roger Staubach and Bob Hayes so and I. Watched Jim Brown play person and I. Watched you know John United's play in person and I mean, to that whole era of the National Football League I mean I can go on and on and on about some of the some of the. Great players and you know it's not like. Today if you warn at the game you each. Not like you're watching games elsewhere, you, had the national, game on, with, Kirk Audi and Al d. robotics and. They would always do the AFC game and It was normally the raiders and it. Was but I mean you you didn't watch, football the way, it is, now you watched if you. Were lucky you know maybe two games and that's it you know, if we, at a game every week gave us great I that's an era of the NFL that I. Miss and I, say that because you. Played every down there weren't guys, running off on and off the field all. The time and you you had your team was your team and I grew up and I've always said this about sports I was I. Was one that was very critical of, Kevin Durant, go into the warriors I love. Kevin Durant, I think he's a great person he's a great player. Is, one of the most talented players that have ever. Seen but I I don't I don't have respect for a guy that goes into that situation that's just me and so I'm going to circle back to the era of, of where it used to be when your team was bad Your team could only get? Good by drafting because they weren't I eat free agency, was really not in existence and, they weren't a lot of trades in the National Football League so if you, drafted well you could become a good team. If you drafted poorly then you. Would not be a good team for the, most part you had very little you winning grab a player from this team or that team, that didn't. Happen very often so what happens when your team became good like it meant so. Much more from a fan perspective and if you're a cubs fan you know what. I'm talking about or if you were a Red Sox fan you. Finally won, in two thousand and four you know what I'm talking, about and. For me. Growing up as a die hard giants fan when they. Got good and finally. Won a Super Bowl. In nineteen eighty seven January twenty. Fifth to be exact and I was at the game and I'll never forget it, it just, means so. Much more than it does today with all the player movement I. Get the fact. That things change and I'm fine with that but boy that era back then whether you were a football fan maybe not As much in baseball because. Free agency really took off in, the seventy s and baseball and again you look at the Yankees and all, the players they got they add a catfish. Hunter and the ad you know. All those players back in the seventies but, I would say this in Reggie Jackson and we can go on football wasn't like that and, you know. If you watch football in that era that sixties in the seventies if your team. Was good it's because they drafted good it's not because they went out and paid. This guy and they paid that guy from other teams it wasn't. Like that, so I do miss that I miss that a lot, all right When we come back I wanna talk about this I, want you to rank for, me the quarterbacks in the. NFC north because I did this yesterday with the NFC west and AFC west we know that Aaron. Rogers is number one. All right but I'm gonna. Ask you would you put. Matt Stafford Or Kirk cousins the second best quarterback in the NFC north we know the. Bears are still. Fourth we get that, Rogers no doubt about it. But you put cousins of the Vikings now I had Matt Stafford is the second best quarterback in the NFC north let me know eight. Hundred six three six eight six eight six. Right now, though we've got our latest, sports update here's rich.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"The wishbone what what's the historical significance of this game the is meeting of two sixties powers in the first night game in bowl history texas upset number one alabama stopping joe nemeth inches short of the goal on fourth down sneak okay then i'll buy that i guess darrell royal against bear bryant a lot more of these are more recognizable than that okay let's see number nine two thousand three fiesta bowl hieaux state thirty one miami twenty four yeah that would absolutely be on my list one of the greatest games i've ever seen that's the who's their freshman running game yeah that's the miami i called for the phantom pass interference interference sweet green uniforms they bust every now and then that there's something like seventy guys on the two rosters of those two teams that went on to play in the nfl at some crazy number of pros in that game so that absolutely belongs on the list you bet and i'm going to sell on the other game i can come up with all kinds of games greater than that last one we just had but this one belongs on the list number eight the nineteen eightyseven fiesta bullpens fourteen miami ted yep number one versus number two we had a rare year where the top two teams this is before playoffs and bulk s's and so we often have shared championships right but the final to top rank teams are both independence miami and penn state were not in conferences at the time they got to go to the table and the fiesta we'll get a special waiver from the ncaa with nbc's help to go a night later on january second after all the other champ i'll bowl games replayed to a true championship game hurricanes come off the plane wherein the fatigues there's a so many pro guys on that miami hurricane team there were so much more talented by the way than that penn state club that was not one of that was very good penn state team but not one of their more talented team she get past j dosier and shane conlon lynn and you probably could name four or five other pros from that penn state team when there's twenty five guys and that miami team that play in the nfl huge upset absolutely belongs on list you bet i'm gonna make sure i listen to his commentary before i answer because really vaguely remember them but then once he's talks about then i instantly remember so yes number seven the nineteen eighty holiday bowl byu fortysix smu fortyfive yeah this is jim mcmahon hail mary pass against the pony express right craig james and eric dickerson one of the most famous bowl games of all time sort of considered the game that put lavelle edwards and byu nationally on the map so i'm okay with it being there yeah okay number six the nineteen seventy nine cotton bowl notre dame 35houston thirty four joe montana comes off the bench right it's like minus soup yet case got the flu he's had the stomach flu all week they vote them up with chicken soup and and an ivy to get him on the field it's a record cold in dallas ice storm and everything else houston's run in the old veer if you don't know what that offense is take a look at today's spread option offense and it's the veer in the shotgun that was the offense houston was running joe montana but notre dame to the national title the year before this very i don't think it's a great game i wouldn't put it on the list okay his performance though is what is what everybody knows about it you know but i don't believe it's one of the ten greatest games ever i can't descent am i dissent must be absolutely strong i think i might be fired otherwise this seems like like don joan opinion just better be good trump's number five that's what.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Of those that did some cameo work aikman walter payton joe nemeth just to name a few wow so we'll have some good stories coming up shortly here on the show our poll question brought to you by our friends at honda and again the honda accord whether you're going out to your your neighborhood diamond with your kids where you're just running out for snacks or you're going to the stadium whatever you're doing hop in the accord it'll get you there and covered in style with his fisted redesigning tech features like standard honda sensing most impressive honda ever what are the results top of hour number three right at this point guys are you more interested in the nba finals or the nba off season the off season fifty six percent well what if they activate kendrick perkins if that's the case a bowling bowl and i'm more interested in game he goes what i'm saying cats have it in their ability sitting there on on the on the bench one of the only guys in full suit without the shoot suit shorts two days in a row fold and dream on snow too the man the myth the legend love having this man on loved working with him for all those years back in the day now he's with mlb network since two thousand and nine also with the athlete he's part of mlb network exclusive draft coverage beginning tonight at six eastern time mlb network will air the first round and competitive balance round with the detroit tigers picking i peter gammons joining us how are you peter i'm doing very well i was just act out she i i do have interests in the nba files because i'm a huge secretary fan because maverick a couple of days ago i was talking to his uncle reggie harris speaking of the draft who was once red sox i found fast.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The draft the guy the jets got several weeks after they sprang from number six to number three the jets believe he's their guy and they really haven't had a franchise quarterback since joe name if they've had other guys that they felt good about but no one who performed like a franchise quarterback on a consistent basis since joe nemeth ceo christopher johnson who was minding the store while woody johnson is hanging out with nigel and company over in england as the ambassador to the united kingdom christopher johnson said i honestly think people are going to look back twenty years from now and say this is the moment the jets shifted into a new gear that they became a great team you know certain things you should think but not say right there's nothing wrong with christopher johnson thinking that but if you say that and it doesn't happen you run the risk of looking like a boob obviously that's the hope anytime anyone takes a quarterback in the top i don't know five ten the hope is twenty years from now we'll look back and say hey that's the moment and by saying it out loud as it relates to the jets you kind of underscore the fact that the team has been but for the last forty years the france don't need to be reminded that they know they know where that smells coming from and it just puts more pressure on darnold remember over the weekend obsessing over a couple of fumbled snaps in his first rookie i snapped fumble they're going to be all over everything this guy does and his christopher johnson and others pump him up it's going to be more and more and more and one of the good things about donald personality i don't think he's going to naturally draw the attention to the media but if others are standing off to the side pouring gasoline onto the situation it's going to draw more attention to the media and it's just going to become even more challenging for darnold to everything he can be joe nemeth was on espn and his advice darnold don't listen to what people say about you that's good advice for anybody who's in any sort of a public occupation focus on his job instead of the outside distractions that may come into play we all love seeing our names in the papers and seeing ourselves on television and all and sometimes.
New York Jets choose Sam Darnold
"You know i pop ing numbers each and every saturday so that was a great choice the other new york team the jets had the third pick in the draft and here's the direction they went i think we have it in the two thousand eighteen nfl draft the new york jets select sam darnold quarterback usa all right so sam darnold was at one point projected to maybe be the first pick and go to cleveland he was mentioned in that slot i think sam darnold going to the jets was a smart move they had to pick a quarterback will it work out there's just no way to know how these picks are gonna work out so much depends on systems who's around them when they're plugged in all that kind of stuff the jets hope that they landed though there he was the star at usc they're hoping he's going to be the franchise quarterback of the future what's interesting is you had arizona at ten picking josh rosen the quarterback from ucla so you had for the first time a usc and ucla player in the top ten chosen in the top ten of the draft and you had four quarterbacks also in the top ten picks in this draft in the first round that's huge and that's historic so we'll see as for the jets like i mentioned they're hoping this this is the highest drafted quarterback since joe nemeth he was the number one overall pick in the nineteen sixty five afl draft you hear what i said nineteen sixty five back to power flower power and everything that happened in the sixties shifts go back that far the jets hadn't used the first round pick on a quarterback since two thousand nine that was mark sanchez and if you go back and just look overall there's only been a handful of times where they've chosen a quarterback now they have certainly done that josh mccown would go into training camp i'm sure is the number one quarterback but that could change so just like with cleveland this coach for the jets todd bowles is not ruling out the.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on WWL
"Be like the next joe nemeth year he loves the attention is used to it you played it oklahoma right there like protein so i definitely think if you're looking for that guy who can handle the pressure baker mayfield out of this quarterback classes sam darnold are you convinced me we met him he look like a deer in headlights when we met him like you know he's so damn on assuming i was caught off guard about that i want my quarterback to be confident cocky and just be like the you know the tall like stand up tall and project to to be like an alpha melts so to speak at that's not sam donald yeah i agree hundred percent i was surprised he was timid he was quiet i thought to myself good guy but i don't know what that means i'd rather have a guy who's more vocal i'd rather have a guy that has more of an ego i'd rather have a guy who is seemingly not afraid of need beata look tom brady will grab a player and yell at him right right is but you know what absolutely jim kelly did that dan marino did that over the greats did that but the guy who a great that didn't do that and that's manning you want to super bowls right so so it's no perfect i guess everyone has their flaws and there's no there's no perfect way to look at this right is always going to be someone who you point to cook he defied the odds right so it's not an exact science so to speak no it's not and that's why look many jobs are going to be you know if you're mike maccagnan you're the gym of the new york jets you can't get this one wrong you know.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Tell me why you don't want baker mayfield even though you picked him to go and your mock draft to the jets you asked me what i thought would happen what i wanted to have so just just going just going through the litany of things that are wrong with this guy the fact that he is the biggest loose cannon and the draft of all the players that we know of he's the biggest news can in the draft that are household names right now so another call a colour not even ten minutes ago said oh perfect fit said joe nemeth to joe name grow up in a twenty four hour news cycle was joe nemeth around when twitter instagram existed debbie if he was going somewhere if he was going somewhere else where the media wasn't up his but twenty four hours a day seventies week great good pick for that team great pick for the bills great pick for cincinnati go somewhere where you don't have eighteen newspapers following you around but if you win and if you learn grow some thick scale k people aren't going to criticize wetland but if but if you if i win great i love the guy if he gets win the super bowl great i love the guy but still what are we really talking about here we're talking about a guy who walked on how many walk on do you think your fin or being drafted number three overall pick and and we talked about it off the air how many big twelve quarterbacks in the league right now that you really like andy dalton i'll give you more of brian tannahill just freeman out of the league rg three editor league so everybody hates all these big three pick twelve quarterbacks and they're all out of the league but this guy is the one what about my friend that was the twentysevenyearold that got drafted by craning we'd ago brandon weeden mayfield i think he's going to be good nfl quarterback jeff foe that will be put on the freezing cold takes for many years to come possibly or maybe what i just said could be as well it's guilt show from new york city studios on cbs sports radio i appreciate you listening to us on your cbs sports radio affiliate also serious to thirteen xm to a one a lot of people to thank recessio and mckeon also my guest today dan dan tony and also daryl slater greg caserta on the updates in addition to larry ridley the john kincaid show is coming up next on cbs sports radio.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Joining the green bay packers servers nineteen sixty seven december 31st fifty years that goal on sunday the coldest game ever plate what did that game mean to you mike klis i'm nine let's see sixty seven i'm eight years old about to turn night i had become a packer famished chicago area packer fan real quick i was i i love quarterbacks i loved joe nemeth to chicago bears had jack and canon i wasn't going to go for him i went for bart starr's the bears games are always uh blacked out at home back in those days the packers were always the game of the week in the area so i became a packer fan in the chicago where there's a pocket of us there but that game i tell you i was i remembered dan reeves perot and a half back touchdown pass the lance rental and i i was just worried but um lombardi came through again and jerry kramer i really only know of one block i i'm this of football insider for the broncos i really can only tell you of one block that was ever made of that of fell history and that was jerry kramer uh blown out jet throw pugh on the ice on the icy field of lambeau field and now bart starr taken a it was supposed to hand off to chuck person seen the five two and get your tax problem resolved once and for all that number again is eight hundred five zero six zero five five to eight hundred five zero six zero five five two no one was the super bowl and goes woah up in the fields of life i have no idea was just an accident as it's driving along a car and now here i am the quarterback of the winning team things don't come easy for years and years and years and years and years of diligence and thrown by the of simple the game being in the bigleage news game plan to save money is a winning game plan ready dave ramsey which sapped tonight at eight go on koa newsradio queen no bark dr david till his teammates he was going to keep the ball himself.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Steroids and how many of these players throughout in it's only been recently that the steroid testing has gotten really really strict with that sort of thing but another thing that they don't that they don't even know about is like for example eating tons of protein which a lot of athletes do can negatively affect like the the number of towel proteins in your brain and you have to understand i'm not a scientist i'm just reading other people studies but i stay i stay up on this stuff because it's important to me now as somebody who's a vegetarian and whose very cautious of my health and all this kind of stuff so i do all these things and i'm working with the joe nemeth institute right now of doing stuff that's like okay these things are not yet approved but they're working with the fda about doing this kind of testing and all that kind of stuff we're doing this a new healer 'spect scans for my brain a doctor maroon is the overall doctor of wwe right and when i talked to him about it he didn't even know they were doing nuclear 'spect scans on your brain so like i'm working with the joe nemeth institute doing that surfing doing hyperbaric oxygen therapy doing all these different things to not only protect my brain but to just see like hey i'm also somebody in a and i want you to know this that i am somebody that if they find something wrong with my brain i don't want to wrestle because i'm i'm okay with not wrestling the hard part for me is that when all these specialists have told me that i am clear to wrestle and then i'm not able to wrestle that's the hard part right because it's still this passion and it was it was interesting because when i retired i i had made made peace with it right i was i was at home as like okay i'm gonna move my life in a different direction and that's okay but then all of a sudden you're around this thing that you love so much that.
"joe nemeth" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell
"Can i guess yeah joe nemeth right yeah nemeth in the '60s your for coats had long hair never abedi was given them a hard time dear matter of fact he told him he couldn't be a spokesperson for casino in dini actually sit out games 'cause you know once rovers friends i you know it's it's so nemeth his but nemeth put up numbers and most of all he won the super bowl you know that answering point michael if clapper nick your they came within one play winning the super bowl headline unethical i people had they won it with this view different conversation that one play gone the other way and we were talking about but it calling happening i'll sense yes super bowlwinning quarterback thing is still to be an issue i they could still be initiated within the nieto in thing a loyal in the activism there's an awful lot of stuff that he won the super that old style by heikal guy last time it team any baseball team went thirty and four who over a thirty four game span in baseball history take a guest gotta be the mariners with ken griffey in the voice of any traveling to have always at the same thing nineteen thirty six new doesn't go 1930s clearly raziq clear pre jackie robson does out all the way so this is the only time the matters that the only time as you head know i i push your son worse fire sahni's party fats through their son is part of the greatest run in the major leagues is it is a an absolutely ignores watching kershaw last night death taxes and kershaw wins i mean he threw a great claim he said afterwards he didn't even have his best off kelly janssen so unbelievably automatic that bullpen so good bye as into a chance and last night antonia the team is this is the best dodger team i have seen is the size of seventy cake is the buzz appropriate i i would think more people people can see the immediacy of i would kill to watch the dodgers and where i live i have zerooption.