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"Sports update brought to you by tri state out of here's John stat shower. Nathan, not a good day for Americans at the Australian open. Jessica gula was the last American left on the women's side seated third. She was hoping to meet her first ever Grand Slam semifinal. Didn't happen, got trounced by Victoria Azarenka 6 four 6 one Sebastien korda and American whose father Peter native the Czech Republic won the AC open in 1998, he lost his quarterfinal match to the Russian current catching up the U.S. is a shirt of having a men's single semifinalist because there's a quarterfinal match tonight between two Americans Tommy Paul and then Shelton. At the garden rangers before to 62 meter Savannah jazz scored twice in Toronto Anders Lee scored twice the islanders led to the one the maple leaf storm back to win 5 to two, Nixon cast tonight at the garden. The feeling is Patrick Mahomes will play for Kansas City in Sunday's AFC championship game with Cincinnati the question is more of how much his high ankle sprain might affect his play as for the Giants and their quarterback Daniel Jones could Brian Dave all yesterday sung his face. He's done everything that we've asked him to do. As an offensive staff and he's done a really good job with operating and executing our office. I think he's made strides in a lot of different areas. Certainly we can all make strides and more, but he's been a good leader for us. The question is, will Jones be back? He can be a free agent as can saquon Barkley. Giants GM Joe Sheen yesterday sounded a little more optimistic about Jones return than Barclays. John stache Bloomberg sports Nathan. Okay, John, thanks for that and the Bloomberg sports report was brought to you by Audi. Don't let someone else drive off in the Audi model you've always wanted. Visit your local tri state, Audi dealer to get behind the wheel of yours today, or visit Audi offers dot com for more information. It's hard to keep up with breaking global business news that was a mixed day here in the states. Volatility is sky high. But at Bloomberg, our season reporters and anchors make it look easy. European stocks hit a fresh record bearers have basically been rendered obsolete. The right height dance is playing out on a belly of the curve. Are you worried about a wage price spiral? A lot of Wall Street strategists getting more and more cautious here. Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. It's time for today's stem tip. Okay, you know recycling is important. No one wants plastic in the ocean. Here's a cool way to repurpose a plastic bottle. Build an awesome terrarium. Cut a large plastic bottle in half and fill the base with sand, pebbles, potting soil, and your favorite plant. I chose an African violet. Put the top of the bottle over your base and place it in the
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"Futures up about 7 points up about two tenths of a percent. Now future is little change in NASDAQ futures up to tenths of a percent or 24 points. Straight ahead your latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg. All right, Karen, thank you 6 31 on Wall Street. Let's bring in Michael Barr with the lookouts going on in New York and around the world once again, good morning, Michael. Good morning, Nathan, New York governor Cathy Oakley says complacency is our enemy when it comes to fighting COVID, the flu and RSV. Step up this time, step up into December and January and get us through February. Get us through the worst times by just if you're going to see somebody that's in a vulnerable situation, just get tested. Governor Hulk Hogan says New York will be ready with testing and vaccines. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy is recovering at home after his office says he had minor surgery yesterday. The governor's office would not say what the procedure was except that the surgery was not related to a cancerous tumor he had removed in 2020. Mayor Eric Adams says the system to provide affordable housing is broken, not just in New York City, but all over. Adam spoke at a faith based summit in New York. And all we do is kick the can down the road. We know at the beginning of the year, we're going to fail a large number of people in their primarily black and brown and immigrants. And we know it A frustrated Adam says we spend billions of taxpayer dollars for the broken issues we created. Months after the FBI seized records marked classified from Mar-a-Lago more sensitive documents are surfacing. This time in a storage unit said to be used by former president Trump in Florida. Logo law professor Laurie Levinson. It is clear that the judges have gone to Trump and his lawyers, and said, search again, look harder because national archives does believe that there are more documents out there. Searches were reportedly conducted around Thanksgiving. The House ethics committee is investigating democratic representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. They did not say though for what alleged if any violations of congressional rules. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries. Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg Nathan. Thanks, Michael. 6 33 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update brought to you by tri state Audi, here's John stat shot. All right, Nathan, Yankee fans obviously relieved with the news that Aaron judge staying in New York and now they want to know who might they yanks as they need a left Fielder, where does that might be the pirates Brian Reynolds or a return of Andrew Ben and teddy. They like that as starting pitcher, Carlos radon's name's been mentioned but he's looking for a lot 6 years, 180 million the money being thrown around is staggering much course was made of judge being the poster boy for betting on yourself by turning the yanks down last spring. He ended up with almost a $150 million more. How about Xander bogarts? Red Sox last spring offered him 6 years, 120 million like
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". We Karen, thanks 6 O 7 on Wall Street 50° in Central Park should stay sunny and cool today with highs in the low 50s, but get ready for a big change at the end of the week and the possibility potential for some snow? Let's bring in Michael Barr for liquid else is going on in New York and around the world, yes, I said it the S word. And you're welcome. Do you have an academy uncle is pushing efforts to keep New Yorkers healthy with winter and the holidays just ahead. Hulk says people need to take precautions because COVID cases are ticking up alongside RSV in children and influenza. Not out of the Woods, the threat is real, and we have cases. You remember this, we were watching this intensely. The winter is often a tough time for the most vulnerable, but local promises New York will be ready. Complacency is our enemy. That is my biggest fear that people are so desensitized and feeling that, well, it is the norm. Yes, it has become our norm, but it does not have to be the norm that everybody gets sick. Kevin or huckel says the state will provide testing vaccines in nearly 8000 ventilators set to be sent to hospitals that need them. Mayor Eric Adams says the system to provide affordable housing is broken, not just in New York City, but all over the country. Adam speaking at a faith based summit in New York says, all we do is kick the can down the road. There's no desire to come and bring you together and say you have all of this property. Why don't you come with a real housing plan? There's no desire to fix it. People are making money off the dysfunctionality of our cities across America. A frustrated Adam says we know at the beginning of the year we are going to fail a large number of people and their primarily black and brown and immigrants. The White House says president Joe Biden will announce a $36 billion bailout for the central states pension fund helping to shore up one of the nation's biggest multi employer plans. The president angered some of his labor allies last week by signing legislation, imposing a contract he personally helped to negotiate between freight railroads and their unions averting a possible strike that threatened to cripple the economy, however, four of the unions involved reject the contract. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy had minor surgery yesterday, and is recuperating at home. The governor's office did not specify what the surgery was for, but said it was a medical procedure, officials also said it was not related to the cancerous tumor Murphy had removed from his kidney in 2020. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a 120 countries. Michael Barr and this Bloomberg naked. Thanks, Michael. Almost 6 ten on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update brought to you by tri state out of here's John stat shower. Thanks, Nathan after the news that Aaron judge had re signed with the Yankees, some details emerged about how it all went down, believed to be a two horse race between the Yankees and giants, the San Diego Padres swooped in, offered judge reported ten years $400 million. That got the attention of them. Yankee owner Steinbrenner who was vacationing in Italy. He got on the phone with judge upped his offer to the 9 years, 360 million that got the deal done Yankee GM Brian cashman said Steinbrenner was the Mariano Rivera of the negotiations. The Padres then used some of that money last night to sign Xander bogarts away from the Red Sox for 11 years, 280 million. The mets added a picture, veteran Jose Quintana. This will be his 7th team. He pitched to an ERA under three last season. Nick's all of a sudden playing defense, they had allowed over a hundred points in each of the first 23 games they allowed under 90 in the last two, being Atlanta at the garden one 13 to 89 big night for Julius Randle 34 points, 17 rebounds at Barclays the nets made at 5 of the last 6 beats Charlotte one 22 to one 16.
"john stat" Discussed on Expositors Collective
"And the hummel Lennox. Okay. Yeah, two follow-up questions on there. You mentioned trying to anticipate the disagreements of your audience. I don't think many people at least on this show have highlighted that. Why do you spend time trying to think about what is hard to swallow about your passage? I think of trade chain at using John starts metaphor, his great book of honor exists called between two worlds. Maybe you're going to pull it off the shelf. I can touch it, yeah. Yeah, yeah. But we all know and love that book. Right. So preaching a standing between the word of the text and the word of the listener. Okay. And there's a gap. There's a ravine, or a chasm, or a river. Why is there a gap? What is the gap composed of? It could be lack of understanding. The bad answer is this and they don't remember that means. But. I'm in a treadmill. Lack of agreement, right? So they might understand it. But in their heart of hearts, they might be feeling like, is that true? I'm not buying that. You got to be kidding me. And so there was a gap and the preacher who senses a gap based on a scent or agreement has to take his reverse stance as a an apologist, a persuader, a defender, not just a teacher, not just an explainer. That's important, but now going beyond that into saying, no, this is really true. Let me explain to you why. And I think maybe a poster child in doing this great example might be Timothy Keller, he's very good at anticipating and healing their skepticism and addressing it. Yeah. And so your president, as you mentioned, interim pastor of a Chinese American church. And that's not from my assumption about you. That's not your background. How do you, what research are you doing? How are you trying to learn? What are maybe even the unique Chinese American objections or questions or disagreements about every passage or each passage? Yes. I need to do a better job of that, but I have damned things like, I have talked to the longtime youth pastor, and I've said, and I help me get inside the minds here when I say it and the Bible says and such, how do they show that, what kind of experience I've talked to people like that experts or people, I have a leadership team, we call it the core group, I talk to the core with us have I done at that particular church talk to my co pastor there, but in other churches I've been part of, I used to have a Sherman prep team, and I deliberately invited people that represented different demographics and the church. Other person and a young person and the working person. And we would meet about once a quarter, and I would present to them I passages. I might even present to them a particular sermon that I was working on, maybe the big idea, and I would get there input. And they would send me illustrations. And I would hear the text through their ears. So I've tried to get feed forward, not just feedback. So I had done things like that to help with that audience adaptations side. Yeah, did you invent that term feed forward? I don't think so, but I use it a lot. I like it. Yeah, because feedback. On the one hand, it's valuable, but then it doesn't keep you from making those mistakes. It only highlights the ones that you did. Feed forward, that's wonderful. And then I guess, thank you for bringing in those two different church situations and examples. Because maybe the temptation is to see, oh, the Chinese Americans, that's a different culture than yours. So therefore you need to do it. But even if it's other people that have grown up in the same on the same street as you, there is a gap that we need to work hard to fix. And we don't want to assume, oh, well, they're the same. We're all the same here when it's actually not the case. Yeah, I think I've heard you have a common grace, maybe by virtue of being a day, all of us are creating image of God. I think what we have in common is greater than what we don't have in common. And Mike, you've lived in California, live in Ireland. People are people, right? Sure. By the way, chronologically also, the current, they wear the caribbeans. We have the same kind of problems. So there's a amount of commonality in the Bible as a universal document. Having said that, there are differences. Men and women. And different races and ethnicities and age groups, and all of that. So it's helpful to think about the differences also. Yeah, yeah. Well, I appreciate that. And then the second thing to come back to with what you said, as you mentioned, that you consult about, you know, I think 5 or 6 commentaries what you said. And obviously there's so many more than that you could, but you filter through to what might be the most useful. What's that process of finding the 5 or 6 that you're going to use at the exclusion of others? Yeah, I often try to name that I know or series that I know like the my back. And IV AC is a good series, the new international version, what is it, Mike? Apple application, commentary. The white ones, right? Yes. And that's a good one. I often turn to the tyndall series. They're smiling. They're purple. They're good. They're good. Yeah. And then I turned in names that I know, whether it's John stat or William hendrickson. So that's my process of design, it's not particularly elegant. Okay. Okay, so you're not pulling the other seminary staff to find out what's the new or the latest. But sometimes not usually. Okay. Well, this is me. Now I want to pivot transition into, do you have any commentaries you'd recommend on colossians and philemon? Thank you for mentally. Yes, I have created publishers is doing that so by a commentary, every book of the Bible moving very consciously and from exegesis through sermon. So it's a commentary series designed for preachers. So it's kind of like benign vac, but I think it's even better than that for actual creation of sermons. And thank you, Mike. I cut authored the colossians and filed meiman volume. And I also did ephesians, by the way. Oh, did you? Okay. I didn't preach effusions lately. So everybody has an exit. My career after on that one is Adam Copenhagen, PhD in New Testament. He's a pastor. And then a Hamiltonian I was the hummel with Titian from how did you actually preach these various yeah, well, I mean, our church, we preach through colossians earlier this year. And broken up between myself and the other elders. And so I use this for my sermon and then hand it and so this, this has a lot of fingerprints on it because this has been handed from preacher to preacher. Along with some other ones. And very positive feedback from that. And so thank you personally and on behalf of the elder team at Calgary cork, thank you for this..
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"Very much It's now 6 36 on Wall Street That's time for the Bloomberg sports update and here's John stat showing All right John no secret the Giants need to improve their offensive line They don't have a lot of salary cap space but I'm opening day of free agency They did add two offensive lineman Mark Lewinsky had been a starting guard with Indianapolis and center John Feliciano who was with buffalo another guard Lake and Tomlinson He's joining the jets coming from the forty-niners jets also got tight end CJ azuma from Cincinnati They reached on Braxton barrios who was an all pro last season as a kick returner tight end Evan engram leaving the Giants He was once their first round draft pick he's headed to Jacksonville Josh Donaldson joined the Yankees in Tampa the day after the big trade last year Donaldson while with the twins accused his now teammate Garrett Cole of using sticky stuff to help doctor the ball cold and stuck Donaldson out three times Whatever happened Obviously he felt like it was a better idea to probably strike me out but she did a few times So at the end of the day I'm happy to be on the same team And I have to strike out against him more Yankees have been in talks with Oakland about acquiring first baseman Matt Olson He's instead headed to Atlanta which means Freddie Freeman will likely not resign with the brave Nets way tonight in Orlando the unvaccinated Kyrie Irving couldn't play but did attend Sunday's home game also went into the nets locker room for doing that sitting in New York find the nets $50,000 Cameron Smith won The Rain delayed players championship golf in Florida by one shot John stash that one Bloomberg sports John All right John thanks a lot It is now 6 37 on Wall Street and that brings us to stocks and some of the names that are moving in the pre market this morning for that we're joined by Bloomberg radio and TV markets correspondent Gupta fresh offer 12 hour nap Fresh off my 12 hour nap folks I got so much sleep You're so refreshed So great Not to brag on a Tuesday but here we are You are seeing some futures higher when it comes to the NASDAQ 100 The S&P features kind of flat But underneath the hood only 16 stocks are actually higher in the pre market So that does tell you that there is looks like to be a little bit of pain here at the opening Let's talk about what is moving to the upside and that of course is going to be this airlines Delta coming out seeing one quarter or first quarter revenue excuse me about 78% recovered compared to 2019 levels That's a big deal because their previous view was 72 to 76% but that news is pulling up delta shares da L is your ticker up 1.1% in the pre market It's also pulling up the other airlines with it southwest for example LUV your ticker up 1% in the pre market UAL is for united up 7 tenths of 1% Even American Airlines catching a little bit of a bid here up four tenths of a percent AAL is your ticket there That's unusual on a day that's pretty risk off to see the airlines actually outperforming also keep in mind you are seeing some moves to the upside and the defense spaces a Lockheed Martin LMT is your ticker up four tenths of a person This looks like a continued bid from yesterday after Germany said it would purchase Lockheed Martin's F-35 warplanes as well as €15 fighters of course we know it is upgrading its military response creating a budget of a $110 billion to modernize its armed forces Of course on the back of Russia's invasion of Ukraine So you are seeing those defense names take a leg higher as well LMT like I said up four tenths of a percent But then there are some downside stories and we should stick to this Those downside stories for example are a lot of the oil companies Occidental zero XY is your worst performer this morning down 4.9% and with it some of those other oil names this really comes back on the idea of lower oil prices perhaps coming back on the idea of the China lockdown in Shenzhen This morning 97 24 is so under a $100 a barrel Ugly morning overnight in the Asian session Very ugly morning and once again it comes down to those COVID restrictions that they're putting in zero COVID policy It also comes down with some kind of concerns that perhaps China is the next country to be sanctioned just because of their ties to Russia and you're seeing that show up in those U.S. listed Chinese stocks The likes of Alibaba for example BAB as your tigger for the ADRs down 6 and a half percent in the pre market JD as well JD is also the ticker Also declining four and a half percent So keep an eye on those ADRs That's where you're seeing a lot of pain Yeah we were asking the question M live I should say was asking the questions My former employer Yeah And where are all the dip buyers Because they've jumped in since 2018 and so you know one of the questions to mold this morning as the NASDAQ futures turn green up 12 points right now Pretty Gupta from our markets team S&P futures right now two points lower and the 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"But they were not great offensive teams, and I think anybody who has followed the Broncos even if you don't live in Denver, but followed. The Broncos would say that the three Super Bowl Teams that John was the quarterback of before Mike Shanahan got here. I mean, one of the biggest reasons they got to the Super Bowl, not the only reason But one of the biggest reasons was John's ability to at key times come up with plays that enabled that team to win and all you have to do is think back to the drive game in Cleveland. Right. I mean, that's a 98.5 yard drive to send the game into overtime there, you know, he made a bunch of place, so I I would I understand your point about statistically. I mean, if you look at statistics, only you would say Joe Nameth is not a great quarterback, either. He's in the Hall of Fame, and he's got more interceptions that he does touchdown passes, so there's more to it than just statist statistics. But in my opinion, John would be at the very least the top 10 quarterback, and I think you could make the case. I mean, give me give me Dave. I'd say Top five. Give me four quarterbacks. That you think we're greater players in the NFL than John Uh uh, So Joe Montana. The guy Greenberg currently Was there? Sure. You look just come instantly to mind. I mean, I wouldn't take far How many championships Two Farve win. What one again. He willed himself to Victory over and over and over. I agree. I agree with it. I Yeah, No, I I don't disagree with that. And I agree with you there, Dave. Thanks for the call. It's kind of a fun conversation because it's totally Subjective, right? I mean, it's um You know, and the game has changed so much, even since John Elway played When you look at John stats compared to today, with all the changes in the National Football League and the way they throw the ball around, and where, where, Uh, You know, Defenses. Defensive backs can't touch wide receivers anymore. It's it's a different game. Elway had 300 touchdowns. 226 interceptions completion percentage 56.9. In today's game, 56.9. You're not going to be around very long at all the different game. It's a whole different game. He had 33 rushing touchdowns in his career. And almost 3500 yards. Russian You know, so he was a complete football player. And I think John Elway when it comes to just pure talent. I think it's pretty hard to beat him. To me. He's the top is the top five quarterback of any era. I mean, you would have to put Brady in there. I mean, my homes is going to be in there eventually, even though he's still a pup. But Montana would be in there. Peyton would be in their Elway would be in there. And there have been some other great ones. I mean again. Terry Bradshaw doesn't You know, I mean, Terry doesn't get a lot of credit. Uh, For what he did. I mean, the Steelers were great on defense. But I mean, Terry made that thing run. Roger. You think Roger's ends up on the top five all time Aaron Rodgers in the discussion. I think I think he's probably going to win another championship. But but I mean, in terms of talent that that guy makes throws I've never seen anybody else make. I mean, maybe Mahomes. But he's got such a unique delivery style. And he's refined it. I mean, that dude is a straight up baller. Yep. You know they've been great ones, and there's so many great quarterbacks over a long period of time era Aras matter. Back in the seventies and eighties. These guys weren't throwing the ball nearly as much as they throw today, so that so the numbers are gonna be skewed in favor of some of these players that are playing in today's game. 9 55 is our time will continue to chop it up three or 37138585, by the way. Correction Tom Brady is 15. Super Bowl MVPs. Um, the other two years. And by the way, he so it was not Malcolm Butler, who won the MVP of that year. It was Julian Edelman. And then in 2000 and five it was Dion Branch, the slot receiver you were trying to think of not the late David Patten Stick around news. Next on K Away. Is it time for a new heating and cooling.
"john stat" Discussed on Niners Nation
"Challenge you face in terms of this approaching the season and knowing that you have a guy that you're developing for the long-term while also understanding you of a team. That's that's ready to contend right now Yeah you know. I take in a couple of things to have said. And that's why. I tried to make a star with because you're the best chance to win and that's kind of what you owe to an organization. That's that's what yoda you're building. That's what you to all the players and coaches on the team or brining every single weekend. You know whether it's players whether it's coaches was personnel people. You do what you can to win. And if you're not. I don't feel like you're being fair to people i mean. I always try to look at everything as when losses depend on. Where where you're telling your kids going to school at the end of the year and that's a big deal to a lot of everybody Families into the individual. And so you always try to think of when it's your decision. What helps us with and keep it there. At the same time i get Spending the draft picks to get a young quarterback. And you got to do. What's right for that guy to and what has been telephone trae is. He didn't get to play football last year. Earn regardless of what happens. I'm always trying to make sure that trae doesn't go whole another year without playing football. Gonna make sure that we do. What's best for him. Getting him reps on the on the practice field. Hopefully in games two. And we'll see how this pans out. But my order thinking always starts with what's best for this organizational 'cause organization best chance to win and then after that always thinking about the individual so you know he hit on this two quarterback system thing any talked about the challenges between having obviously jimmy garoppolo with him and trey lance being the rookie that you spend three first round picks on to me a lot of this is like i want to slowly ripped his band aid off throughout the season. So i'm going to get train here. you know there is a conversation. I had a cup earlier today. Was what's the snap count for trae lance week. One over under ten snaps right. If you start breaking down snap counts and offensive play calls you know that foreigners average about forty five to fifty plays you started slowly bringing in train these or having them. Take ten fifteen twenty. Now he's getting almost fifty fifty share. You know by week four week five and then before you know it. Trae taking eighty percents of the snaps. Because you really you have. A tray lands package. You don't have a jimmy garoppolo package. So there's this this is a lotta stuff here. that's going on it. just it. Just have a whole bunch of question. I don't know if a to qb. System is sustainable. Because yeah you know you're gonna bring in lance for these these gadget he plays to me seems to gimmicky. Memory comments today on kamiar. He thought that he thought the same things that is a little bit too gimmicky to run versus regular first-team defenses whether that's detroit or philadelphia. What happens when you're playing seattle week. Three i'm sorry week. Four and then week seven. You've got the coal to a really good defense and you run into these teams. It just brings up a lot of questions. That i i think causing a little bit too cute with this stuff yes. It's quarter run a couple of these things here but to me. You kinda gotta go either or with this. I don't i'm i'm not opposed to the two. Qb system but. I'm not very confident that it's gonna. It's a sustainable model. If that makes sense. I do get a little shanna fan Fan boy to where it's like Yes like kyle do this. No coach in the nfl has ever had the balls to go straight out to quarterback system. We're going to do it. I don't care what anybody thinks. I don't care what anybody says. We're gonna put these points on your head and you know and we're just going to enjoy it in the process and and basically have jimmy stands and trae land stands happy in the process as well well to be honest. They're probably not going to be happy because they're gonna baker Hundred jimmy should get hundreds of never mind on that tent standpoint. But i am intrigued. If this succeeds if this is just flat out miserable come week one against the detroit. Lions than it's like. Hey it don't it don't work like you gotta figure it out and to be honest even if you look at jimmy john's stat. Line against the raiders. It's nothing rural. Sexy is passer rating was only eighty seven point eight which is by far below league average. Now maybe you know eighty seven point eight would would have been good in two thousand eight two thousand five but in two thousand twenty one. Nfl eighty seven point. Eight is below average And i thought he played a good game like it. Because jimmy garoppolo in rhythm passer the you need you know these little jimmy gimmes to get his competence up to get him going to where he becomes little more accurate with the football and he had a big third down completion to trent sherfield. I believe it was on a look like it may have been a comeback route or dig. I have not watched the twenty two on that That's all at once. I watched that out. I will know what the exact route was but he basically through high to where only his receiver can get it and guy. Trent share feel who you know he he. He's i laughed at people saying he looked like antonio brown. But then i see him out there. He does kind of look like antonio brown So you know my foot in my mouth on that one but he put it right word. Only sheriff you'll get sherfield went up. No fear got it first down and that was a big play from jimmy garoppolo. Because he wasn't making that the week prior in los angeles against the chargers he was in the first week against the chiefs. It was just three straight jimmy gimmes and he did nothing. They're really that you. Could you know talk about or evaluate but that oakland game even though it's not the sexiest on stat. She i think he played well. And i think trae lance played well when he was in there for jimmy as well so you know but obviously the factor in that is the oakland raiders. Defense has been poor for a while. Now you've had guys like arden key. Talk about it her talk about current forty nine or saga e even Lamarcus joyner. Who went over in signed with the jets. I talk about how his poor. The raiders defense has been mismanaged so you would prefer to see them do that against a different team because maybe you get a better look or better evaluation. Maybe if you flip week wine. Kansas city with week three raiders. Like thou probably would've looked better for you But i just wanna see it work for kyle to to put everything. He has on the table and says look running. This this is what. I wanna do. i tweeted it out on game day to worry. You have those two profile pictures of jimmy ones. Jimmy garoppolo wants trae lance in. This is what we see when we think about. The two quarterbacks coach shannahan cs is them molded together. That's where his face And there two faces molded together. Ended up looking little light. Colin kaepernick. So i thought that was kind of funny. But that's basically what he wants trains to be down. The future is had those little things that that jimmy has. Now that trae..