27 Burst results for "John Watson"
New Lawsuit Filed vs. Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson
"Quarterback to John Watson has now a 23rd lawsuit against him for sexual misconduct during a massage. One of those 23 was dropped and the plaintiffs in 20 of Original 23 lawsuits have revealed their names in
Fresh update on "john watson" discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"When i wore that on television after a point where like yo. You made your point. We'd like you to zip up your hoodie. Because it's distracting from everything that you're saying and i thought that that was a fair point right and so i went ahead and did it like it wasn't like they were leaning on me also bowl shut it down. But they're like okay as a point of television production once it becomes distracting. I think that's legitimate. I think that's fair. But that's the same principle. These people use when they do these things i put you on. A commissioners exemplifies or whatever it is is just to let the block calmed down and watson block. Calm down part of why. I think the black calm down is there seemed to be some legitimate questions to be asked about some of his accusers. Now their questions to be asked all twenty something of them probably not but with some of them and it would matter to sexual assault that winds up being enough right strategy put a lawyer. You rusty hard. I just need to discredit many of these as i can. Because then it'll cash aid on every single one of not ones that are dead right will not cash eight on the ones who are wrong for whatever reason but you give point right. That's all they were going for their and so watson to block calm down. Nobody's really had time to think about that in quite a while is really popped up right around the draft right. It popped up three months ago as all news nap and says that's old news john watson backing camp. We back to hear about what it'll take to trade for the shaw watts like that other stuff never happened. And what we gotta realize is none of these decisions when it comes to these matters as it relates. Sports are made on principle. All of them are reactionary. Every single one of them is done based on what they think you and i are able to tolerate and the math is clearly been done on watson that they believe that people are willing to tolerate the allegations that are against him until in some former fashion. They are resolved. That's the decision that they've made. I don't know how. Feel about the part where i don't know how i feel about. It is due. Process is an inappropriate term. Because we're not talking about court right now and what you know what we're dealing with here but there is something about the idea that all it takes an accusation and we're gonna shut you down. That makes me all that does not sit right with me. That all we need is an allegation in order to come out here and do this. Because i think that that makes players incredibly vulnerable now i do agree with folks who say that whatever. The percentages of people who make false allegations is very very low relative to the larger sap. That is absolutely true but the sample as relates to rich people who are in the public eye. Now we're talking about something different like i. Nobody get no money off your bum ass by accusing you of being a sexual predator. But it's different with somebody has a bunch of cash. It is more likely that someone will make something up about that person. Do i think the overwhelming majority of accusations against those people are true. Yes but i also recognize the particularity of their situation. And why for me would be just wildly all comfortable to get to a place where you just like. Yeah okay accused and we just have to act like it had. We can't do that. I don't think that we can. I don't think that's appropriate. But i understand why people want to go in that way. And i don't judge them for that because we've done such a terrible job of dealing with these matters so i get it. I feel where these people are coming from but watson. Nothing is different than it was when the block was hot. And if those allegations have popped up last week he would not be in camp right now..
Lawsuit calls Deshaun Watson a 'serial predator' with 16 lawsuits against him now alleging sexual assault
"Another day. More allegations, lawsuits and things being said involving Houston Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson. We're up to 16 lawsuits. Now. One of those lawsuits called the Shawn Watson, a serial predator. His lawyer, Rusty Hard, said in the statement that his law firm has strong evidence showing that one of the lawsuits alleging sexual assault against his client is false and that it calls into question the legitimacy of the other cases as well. NBC Houston sports reporter Vanessa Bridges and put on Twitter at Sports Vanessa. She reported details under Sean watching allegations and that multiple sources close to the situation told her the shot watching did have sexual counters with some of the accusers. But those sources insist those encounters were completely consensual. Ryan Smith, ESPN legal analysts in Angola Junior What is the timeline for when this becomes a legal process involving the Shawn Watson? All civil right now? For civil cases, it can take months or longer. We're talking about first, their service of process which I assume and some of these cases might have already happened. We don't know for sure, then typically to sort of watch inside will answer these claims. Then you go to the point where Norman. In many cases, you might see this. In this case, Shawn Watson's lawyers will ask to have the case dismissed. We'll see how judges view that then you go in the process of different like discovery. Proceed to trying to establish the jury or or otherwise. So these things take a long time. And typically, what you might say is well, maybe it settles. Maybe it goes away pretty quickly. It was pretty clear that John Watson said he wasn't Least initially was not interested in settling this. And now that you have such a large volume, it does seem like settlement is much more unlikely than it was in the beginning of this process. So this is the kind of thing that can take a very long time, months, if not longer. And now the NFL's also doing their own investigation here, Freddie I mean 16 civil suits now filed against the Shawn Watson from different 16 different miss uses. I reserve judgment until everything you know until everything it plays out. I guess that's the one the most responsible thing to do. Now, in the court of public opinion, that never happens. I mean to Shawn Watson is already you know it is brand. His name has been Just absolute tarnished by by most people across this country and in college, folk, college and pro football fans. Personally, I reserve judgment until I judgment has been rendered. One way or another. But pretty not talked about this briefly last night. Something just doesn't smell right. Don't know. I don't know what it is said that when they heard it, 12 and a very rapid escalation to 16, and no criminal charges have been brought against the Shawn Watson yet, right? Something isn't passing the smell test, but we'll figure out what that is. Why, Once a judgment in order 16 judgements have been rendered one way or
"john watson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I think his plan was maybe we run it back with Donald. We trade out of two and get you know, we get a bunch of picks and all that, But I think the new coaching staff is kind of talked him into a look What's going on Zack Wilson in here and and go from there, too, So I think that that has kind of changed. They are shopping. Donald right. There's there's more than a half dozen teams involved, um, you know, in in that Processing those times. I don't know when he gets Dell, but I suspect you will well before the draft. With with Donald. It's a bit different as you say, he's I mean, he's got 23 years old Sky's the limit. It's not like Tannehill where you're over 30, you know and, like, have stuff. I mean, this is you're talking about a guy who's had no supporting cast eyes. Coaching staff was like throwing a boat anchor on a Ferrari, and it's just, you know, it's one of those. It's one of those situations where, you know he came in with all of you watching Sam Donald play against the Broncos last year. Go for that. Scrambling to do juke. Just Simmons. Yeah, you know, he shook shook Simmons. I really don't know how you could watch his tape and think. He's done right And that's where you know if you if people want to say, Hey, it's best for him in the organization apart ways. Okay, start, but I don't see how you could watch his tape and think to yourself. He's done. I I think the same stuff, though, and I hate I don't know. I hate saying this kind of, but I feel the same way after watching Jimmy G this season. Actually watching his tape. Uh, well, and I suspect there will be a divorce there personally. Yeah, but that's you know, they there are some. You go back and look at that Super Bowl. Yeah, and I'll tell you right now, I happen to know that there are people on that coaching staff. At the top of that coaching staff. Yeah, they believe Jimmy Garoppolo cost the 40 Niners a Super Bowl. No doubt. He missed. The guy already missed the post. Yet. Not even the Sanders throw Those look like the mid out that he threw at 18 balance and wide open the first out of the drive. There was there was. Ah, it was a stick was Why stick? I think he missed. The guy completely darted him through three. There were throws a little place and I happen to know that there are people in decision making people on that staff. They think that he cost them the ring. And I do think that if that, and I do think I put myself in that situation, if there are like you're saying that also is going to trickle into you as a quarterback, like you know how people feel about you, right? Everybody knows you walk into a room and you can tell. Okay, I know what this guy's saying to me, but I know what he actually think. So I do think there's I don't know. It'll be interesting. I I think there's there's a lot of quarterbacks in the NFL right now that we're going to see move around a little bit that I do think there's a case to be made about their future. Now do they turn into that echelon, a quarterback that everyone wants that then creates a competitors year in and year out. That's a different discussion. But I don't think there's a many of those on planet Earth as people want to make you believe. Yeah, I agree with you. I'll tell you this. It's interesting to me looking at that San Francisco football team because They haven't drafted well at all. No, I could traffic's been bad. I spent the top now They found some mid round chess trappings. That's helping bad Reuben Foster. What's he on his third team now? Solomon Thomas is on his second team. You go back and you look if he's picks it made early. They were going to the teams that was going to be all in on this John Watson. I could imagine they put their you know much like Carolina. They put they put the pause on that. Because, um, you know the the allegations they're coming out. We're now up to 12. Women there show what's we'll get a little bit later? It's gonna get even worse next week. I'll tell you, it's gonna get over 20. Um That that situation and if you're the Niners because you were kind of putting yourself all your eggs in that basket. Now you're kind of stuck. Now you've got a quarterback. You have animosity for because you think he cost you. Ah, Super Bowl. What do you do if you go to the draft to get a Kellen mind, you know, trying to try and work him up behind Jimmy Jr Trade for Assam Darnel. If you do that, you're you know, you're kind of telling your quarterback it's a vote of no confidence. I mean, that be interesting, right? If that if that San Francisco connection comes in at any point to like, Try to deal Sam to San Fran, I wonder what You know, I mean, I got to imagine coffee in hand would be intrigued by that. You think Sango what he turned Matt Ryan into and I'm not trying to trash that. Ryan. I think Matt Ryan's a good player, but The boost in production that we saw during that Super Bowl run, right? He was an M V p caliber quarterback, then you're statistically Yeah, I do think, though, And here's Here's what I think I'm learning the more and more I watch These guys like I You know, I was tweeting about a ton of them this week. But the more I watch like Cam Newton and Jimmy G and Donald and Tannehill. The more that I'm I'm really convinced that there are very few Non scheme dependent quarterbacks in the NFL like Cam Newton. I really feel like there's a play menu to where you could get that dude to be an all pro. Mike Shula had it. That one. Yes, And now how do you navigate? Your ego is an offensive coordinator with your with your quarterback with your personnel. That's a different discussion because I think there was a I think there's a I think there was a play menu and I don't wanna trash coach armor because I've talked about how I do think it got better Athena the year but I think it was a play menu last year. That would have gotten Drew lock more productive right away. Now the argument is, as does that help him long term. How does it impact your football team? You ought to get together. But there was a there was a way in which you could have done it with was strictly all the power boots, stuff the run action and then put him in gun for quick game. If you'd have done that, it's like OK, probably is way more productive than he ended up being. Right because where he struggled, wasn't shot plays and wasn't What game? It was like the downfield stuff like the Miami picky through on the ram route where it's like, Oh, I'm gonna move on when reality it broke open right when he moved on, so I think There are ways to make these guys success when I almost wonder like what it like. I really do wonder, and it's always about quarterbacks. But I really do wonder. Is there really The scheme aspect of it. Can you scheme your way to a Super Bowl? I would almost argue the Tampa Bay did it this year when they changed it up. You know exactly the point this season with a change when they when they finally nixed that shallow outright was house and picks on But I do think you know the Tampa did it. I think the year before you know, they're I think there's every year you look at the Super Bowl. There was a team that I felt like scheme their way in. Yeah, And I think there's a lot of quarterbacks that we really could see scheme their way into a Super Bowl. Now it's never going to give you you know, there's the people that are like, Well, look at Mahomes. Well, yeah, but if you if there's not that many on planet Earth like him Then you have to start to do with the other route, which is built a really good ball club and develop your quarterback and then scheme around him to be successful Exact. Which is what Denver is that at this point, you got my homes in the division and the idea that you're going to have an arms race. We call Pat Mahomes, a generational quarterback for a reason. They appear once in a generation like you're not. That's not gonna happen again. So what you do is you build the best team around you can and a scheme that makes your quarterback score points across your face. And I just think it's I just think it's lazy to act as if Dish John Watson and again right? There's so much other stuff now going on, but to act as if there's any similar, like he's a good player shot once is a good player, but rainfall, But he's not Patrick Mahoney at all is velocity was throws his way low and it just and then you look at like I was going back and forth on Twitter this this week about You know who else had 33 touchdowns of seven picks us here? Ryan Tannehill..
NFL Franchise Tag Tracker, Denver Broncos
"Own ego signing the franchise tag is gonna make you more money. In the long run. You will make more money off the franchise tag because you're still going to get the big money deal the next year or the year after. And it's interesting for like Dak Prescott, For example, he ended up getting the five year deal that Dallas ended up wanting simultaneously. He got more money up front. I mean, I think I remember he was six years ago. Control. They got everything they wanted out of exactly right. But on the other side, he had to wait for Patrick Holmes deal to come in. Yes, way for John Watson and better And that's you saying the market on Lee goes up You is an NFL team. You are one of two entities. You are the people that set the market or you are the people that are reacting to it. That's it. There is no in between, and so you can either get out in front of it and pay a guy and it's gonna be a cheap deal in two years. It's gonna be expensive. Looking at the front end. You're gonna get a little laughter when you sign it. And then two years and then your best bet go well, you got a quarterback, that's 80% of the market. Or you're gonna be. You know the team that it's reacting to the market and get going over pay for stuff. That's what happens. You know, the faster you get the deal done, the better off. You are period point blank end of discussion. By the way. Marcus may also got tagged today. So is it. We're tying to justice that was expected, You know, Like I said, I can't go to the particulars. But I had a great conversation there Senior bowl with Eric Burkhardt, who's Marcus Mae's agent? We're talking about the situation and everything, And I think those two safeties are eyeballing each other as far as what the contract Sorry. It's gonna be a question. Which team blinks first, but this was kind of like If we go back several years, everyone Dez Bryant and Marius Thomas. Both got tags. They both ended up getting their contracts done, but they literally got done within the same day. Well, it was pulled. Teams were waiting on the other one, You know, to kind of see the framework and see if they were the same ballpark. This deal done. And finally Jerry was, like, just do it here, you know, And that's and then the Broncos like, okay, we'll offer you that. It is very same thing crazy, so it might come down to the same kind of deal And if the Jets can get Marcus made done, they think Justin's will get done first, and I think it will get done early. Okay, So I think Justin's deal we've got well before the draft. Okay. All right. I like that. They've got to well after that to get it done. So that's just my hunch. Um, based on what I know about both sides of the situation and and again, it kind of comes back to the whole procedural word that was used. That was the word that the Broncos used. That's the word that we've understood this entire time. You've been listening the program, we said From a procedural standpoint, the Broncos will likely use that franchise tag for the second time on Justine Simmons is not the intense and not give him a long term deal. People are misunderstanding this situation, and I even had questions today about okay. Well, if they would've pushed back the franchise tag, maybe the Broncos could've gotten something done. Or maybe the Broncos should have tried to do something like the Cowboys were. This whole deal came together in like 24 hours. The fact is, if you You with the way it's supposed to be viewed, which is what the Broncos are doing. This is a we don't want you going anywhere. We don't want to risk getting to the final 11th hour and all of a sudden there's a paperwork issue, and we can't do a bill. That's exactly right. We do not want to risk that. We're not gonna stub our toe. And so we're going to go ahead and get this thing done now and understand they on the other side. The expectation by all parties involved is to get something long term done. Yeah, um and how it should be used by the way the doctor getting it done in 24 hours. I hate that. I hate that term because it's It's not really They were close last year last they were. They were close last twosome framework there, But I'm saying that like it really escalated over the last 24 hours. To appoint, at least at some of the reporting this out there really escalated over the last 24 hours that they were able to get to the finish line right before the franchise tag deadline, right, so that that's that's the thing Dallas has been called. They were close, actually Latin. Not last year, the year before last, Scuse me. Before the first tag that September. They were close. Stephen Jones, They believed they had it. They believed they had it and they were. There were some issues with length and and how the final two years of the deal were structured and all that kind of stopping. It fell apart last night, but they they thought Dallas thought they had it done. S o. You know, I'll just I'll just leave that at that. And we can we go up but a sparse the Broncos go. I have no doubts that they'll get this deal done. I really don't have 99.999999999% Sure they get this thing done, Okay? And then as far as
Philadelphia Eagles trade QB Carson Wentz to Indianapolis Colts for two draft picks
"Story of the day. The Eagles have traded quarterback Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts and oh my goodness. It made me very happy. I was so excited. There's a lot to unpack. I want to start though by mentioning a weird thing first. In the 2016 NFL draft the number and overall pick was Jared Goff. The number two overall pick was Carson Wentz. And both have been traded away from the teams. They were drafted by 19 days apart. Just a weird quick doesn't happen very often the guy a number and overall pick a number 2 overall pick gets traded away. Especially not the quarterback position. Let alone almost in just over two weeks apart from each other. That's crazy. Pretty wild now after the trade the Eagles have a 33.8 Million Dead money. Salary cap charge for the 2021 NFL season what that means I will get into that in a minute. First of all, that's actually by the way the most ever to have dead money cap. I guess charge or penalties by an NFL team. It's so much that I actually thought that might keep the Eagles from trading cars and stuff like that might be so much of a penalty. They're not even getting rid of the guy sounds like they did. I thought it's good for everybody Carson Wentz wanted out they I think we're you know, we'll talk about Jalen hurts in a minute, but I thought it was good to get Carson out of there. It is also kind of weird and interesting I talked about Jared Goff previously very briefly the other the the record for the most amount of dead money against the salary cap was Jared Goff. The Rams amount is 22.2 million dollars off. Beat 19 days later by the Carson Wentz trade what is dead money? You may ask it's basically all the guaranteed money the Eagles still owe Carson Wentz after the trade. So even though Carson is no longer on their team. He still creates a thirty three point eight million dollar cap hit for next year. So over thirty-three million dollars off of the salary cap has taken up for Philadelphia. They cannot use that money for other players. It's weird. It's interesting. It's never that's again the most ever pretty interesting. I was surprised that you know, they still trade off a given that but in the trade the Colts got Carson Wentz so the cold they get their quarterback that the replacement Philip Rivers the replacement for Andrew Luck. I'm happy for the Colts man. They've they've Way to make it work. They lost in Turlock. They had to scramble the Mage Jacoby Brissett work for a year. They made Philip Rivers work for a year. Now. They've got what they believe is their franchise guide Carson Wentz good for them. The Eagles got a 2001 third-round pick for the upcoming NFL draft and a conditional 2022 second-round pick and here's what's really cool. The condition. Is that if Carson Wentz plays 75% off Kohls offensive snaps for next year if it stays healthy place the whole year or you know, it's good enough to be the starter all years and get benched. Then that draft pick goes from a second round pick in 2022 to a first-round picks. Oh, wow. I like about that. People are saying the Eagles got a horrible trade. They got fleeced. It's terrible. Oh my goodness. You gotta realize this is probably the best trade they could possibly find the Eagles traded away Carson Wentz a guy who has an injury history has been injured repeatedly over the years. He's coming off of a horrible season where he was so bad the dude got benched for Jalen hurts a rookie quarterback Club. So the fact that Philadelphia made a trade where they have an opportunity to get a first-round pick that's impressive to me. I think people realize that's the best they were going to get so anybody criticizing Philadelphia you did not realize how I think how little value Carson Wentz really had on the market people like nobody really wants him. I think JJ Watts getting a ton of attention Carson Wentz people are very wary. And I think it's really what's really disappointed me. Is that the Bears didn't get him. What did the Bears did the Bears not want him? I don't understand. Maybe they're trying to John Watson feel like the Bears really lost here. They still got home key who Carson Wentz has problems I think is way better than Mitchell trubisky. So debate that all you want. I don't know how you go. Like. Oh the Bears they got a great quarterback still trubisky. I like it. I think another thing people got realize is that I love the trade for Carson Wentz. He's going to a way better team he gets to play for his former offensive coordinator Frank back in 2017 the best year Carson Wentz ever had in the NFL. He was a before he got hurt. He was an MVP candidate playing under Frank Reich. He's reuniting with that guy that's going to be awesome to got a great relationship and EM the Colts have a great offensive line. They've got to get running game. They've got a great defense Carson Wentz is being put into a great situation. If he does not do well then there's no excuse. You can make he's got great great team around him good support good people. He's getting helped.
W.H.O. Researcher Seeking Coronavirus Origins on His Trip to China
"The origins of the Corona virus pandemic is responding to US concerns. White House alleges that Beijing withheld some information about the outbreak. Here's the BBC's image invokes today, Professor John Watson sought to allay doubts telling the BBC. The China trip was the first step in a long process. For now, he said There were a number of hypotheses about the origins of the virus, the most likely that it moved from one animal to an intermediate animal host and from there to humans, But the theory that it originated in a laboratory or escaped from one has not been ruled out. Neither has the possibility that frozen meat Could have played a role in transmitting the virus to humans. China responded today, saying the U. S. Is now pointing fingers at other countries that have been supporting the WHL. This is NPR news.
"john watson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"On K Away news radio. Rogers Country tonight. Ryan Edwards pitchman. All right, Yes. Coover way we're gonna get a little bit of that. You're the best. Oh, yeah. Uh, coming up, but your version, not right here is the better of the cover The cover the cover is the better one. Recover. Yeah. If you missed our interviews. What? We've had an action packed show we come on Friday night. And we're thinking, you know, we'll recap the Senior Bowl and talk a little about Matt Stafford and John Watson. Person news today a little bit of news on the Rams as well as it looks like Per Jeremy Fowler. They're in on Matt Stafford to which obviously has implications. Jimmy Garoppolo in the 40 Niners their reports out there about that, too. It's covered. I thought we just the show would go. But yeah, Go ahead. Hit me with it. You're the best. Oh, yeah. Gonna ever keep you down. You're the best. Oh, yeah. If that on standby. It's so much better because you butchered the lyrics. If you just wanna saying it straight up, it would have been out of it. All right. And I would have been like, Come on, man. Don't do that. Don't do that. But the fact that you butchered it made it legendary. So thank you, Cooper. Yeah, we thought we thought this was gonna be a show about quarterbacks. And then the he stepped up to the plate and struck out without even lifting the bat Right? Struck out looking. Oh, Oh, it's cold man. Yes, The Rockies are It looks as though ultimately imminent. Trading. No one are not up to the ST Louis Cardinals. If you want to react to it. We're here for you Got an hour here? Yeah. If you want the terms of the deal, I believe the Rockies air getting back. Nice. Yeah, the Rockies. They're getting back to dumpsters full of trash, and they're paying $50 million to do it. Maybe this will put you in a good mood, You know, like instead of talking Rockies and How much pain Everybody's in losing Molinar nado way could just listen to me. Oh, the worst cover way could plan for Jeff varieties right now. You're the best. Oh, yeah, there is. Yeah, The remix version of this is gonna be in all the clubs. Okay. Well, if you want to react to the news that no one are not always being traded to the ST Louis Cardinals and as been mentioned there Sending $50 million and Nolan are nado. And they're getting back a handful of prospects. The best one number nine as it relates to their farm system. They pull this up here. Is the outfielder. Go back to my time will give me a second here. The outfielder John Taurus is that listed at number nine per MLB dot com. And the otherwise some of the pictures that have been thrown out there that Ken Rosenthal had first lefty awesome. Garber, who played he's he's the most experienced of the group is How many innings in the major 125 cents? Yeah. First baseman Lucan Baker John Tourist who mentioned him He's the number nine prospect for MLB dot com..
"john watson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Would look at it, too. What if Houston said to Jacksonville will give you two? Shaun wants and straight up for the number one overall pick? Hypothetically. I want the idea because, um, Urban Meyer has really strong background with the Shawn Watson. Like, you know, he recruited him hard to Ohio State. I think of to Shawn Watson. He asked Shawn Watson about it like if he hadn't gone to Clinton, he would have gone to Ohio State. So I think you know for urban Meyer. There might be a little bit of an element of this. John Watson being the one who got away. Their reasons why it wouldn't happen, though, too. I mean, for one thing, Trevor Lawrence's, You know, generational prospects. So I mean, you're talking about like a generational prospect in a well established top five quarterback. So where your tie breakers when you're looking between the 21 guy's 25, the other guy's 21 well, Trevor Laurence would be on a rookie contract. And also, if you're Jacksonville, you're sort of helping arrival in a very, very much helping arrival. Get out of a bad situation. So with the Texans look at that. I think they absolutely would if they were pushed to the point where they felt they had to trade to Shawn Watson with the Jaguars. Look at it. I think that's a little bit if here just because those two things the rookie contract and that dynamic and also the fact that you'd really be helping out a division rival and giving them a great answer and what seems like an impossible situation. You know, there's a chance that Trevor Laurence doesn't turn out to be this generational talent. I like there's always this chance that it feels like we've rubber stamped that he's going to be John Elway. Huh? There's no no guarantees He could turn out to be just a good quarterback. Not generational. Here. Well, let me give you let me give you some history there. OK, look like talking to people who've been doing this for a long time. Like we're paid to evaluate this four quarterbacks really, you know, are in that category, right? And this is over my lifetime, and I was too young to remember Elway, but it's John Elway, Peyton Manning. Andrew Luck and Trevor Laurence. Look at the second quarterbacks taken in those drafts. Okay, those before that, really, like, stick out, like, sure thing. 100% Gonna be a top five quarterback coming out of college. Second quarterback taken an 83 was Todd Blackledge, the second quarterback taken a 98 was Ryan Leaf in the second quarterback taken in 2012 was Robert Griffin, So I think that's sort of like, illustrates, like when a guy has seen this way. Generally at it was a pretty good bet you're going to get there. And if you look it like who was the second quarterback taken in their classes? It's sort of illustrates, like the difference between one another, you know. He's Albert Breer, the Monday morning quarterback, senior NFL reporter, lead content strategist there. Don't know what Ben Roethlisberger's doing in the Steelers that if Ben says it doesn't matter the money is that enough for the Steelers to take Ben back. Or how much is this based off? Ben's age is held and his performance last year down the stretch. I think there are a lot of factors, um, not the least of which that I think Ben if he's self aware about this, and he's smart about this Recognizes there could be options for the Steelers out there. Where Maybe we don't have to go forward with Ben Roethlisberger this year. You know, normally, quarterback holds all the cards. It's like, Okay, well, if you know if it's not me, then who is it going to be this year? Like with some of the quarterbacks that might get moved, like Matthew Stafford could get moved. I believe Matthew Stafford could get moved before the Super Bowl. You know, before the Super Bowl. Yeah. I mean, you see some of the options out there, Okay. You got a team in mind here, Albert. Don't have a single team in mind, but I just can't tell you this, Dan. The trade market for Matthew Stafford over the last week, and this is that Moby in mobile at the Senior Bowl. Like I think talks of really escalated on Matthew Stafford. And I think it be smarter the lines to do this now, right? Like because before we know whether or not to Shawn Watson is gonna be available before we know whether or not Sam Donald's gonna be available before we know whether or not the Rams are going to move off of Jared Gauss. The Niners gonna move off Jimmy Garoppolo. The Raiders are gonna move off of Derek Carr. Before we have any certainty on any of that. The Lions can get in front of it and say Here's an ass. Here's a quarterback that you can have right now, and you don't need to worry about where the rest of the market goes. And so you know, if you're talking about supply and demand, things could be an off season where supply outweighs demanded quarterback and so the lines. I think they're trying to get out in front of that. They talk to different teams this week, and there are some teams. Look, there's there are a few teams where we know they're going to be aggressive in a quarterback this offseason, right, New England Indianapolis, Carolina. Washington. All those teams. You know, I think, though I can't tell you which one he's going to go to, But I think the lines were of a mind to try and get this done over the next week or so if they can the same way the chief's got Alex Smith done really early in the off season when they were off loading him to make way for Patrick Mahomes. Because they feel like if we do it now we'll get ahead of the slope supply demand curve, and we'll be able to maybe get a first round pick plus something else. What of the Rams doing? I think the ramp. So.
QB Watson requests trade from Houston Texans
"Apparently shawn watson had a couple of weeks ago i sources and coming from adam schefter and i think ian rapoport as well. The shawn watson has requested a trade in the the. The higher wasn't gonna make a difference on whether he stayed or went. This is to the point now. Now we've heard from john watson apparently on this request portrayed. You've got to treat now. We're down to two choices. You could play hardball and make him sit out or you can now start the process of working on the the greatest hall for a twenty five year old superstar quarterback on the planet. And i wouldn't believe this. Two weeks ago i honestly did. We would be at this point higher was you didn't know either but we thought they'd screwed right and i just it's hard for me to fathom. This'll be the first time in. Nfl history that a player of this caliber at quarterback in the prime of his career has been moved. Because he didn't wanna be here. And it's it's a frigging embarrassment embarrassment to this organization. And they four david calling her legs and it will allow the so grateful. We allowed the david. Kelly do enjoy his moment in the sun of getting hired and enjoy it and not hours later. We've already got now. The quarterback requests trae. We didn't even get to the david. Kelly enjoy it now. He's coming to a crap storm as far as the front office and dysfunction and now he loses his quarterback
Can tech keep learning on track during COVID-19 spread?
"If your parent in a state hit by the new Corona Virus. You might have gotten an email like the one I got last week. It said the school district is considering closing schools. Either to clean them or to control the spread of the virus worldwide. Some three hundred million children are out of school. Some schools in Seattle and the San Francisco Bay area closed and some districts are hoping that remote learning can fill the gap in some places virtual classrooms with video and animations and group chat already exist but in others not at all. John Watson is founder of the Evergreen Education Group which conducts research on K. Through twelve digital learning. I asked him if American schools are ready for long-term virtual learning. I honestly don't know and I think the more interesting answer to that question is. I'm not sure that anybody really knows. And the reason I say that is because there's different elements In terms of preparation for school closings. You need to understand how many students have access to devices which may or may not be supplied by the school. You need to understand whether students have Internet access at home. Or if they have other places that they're able to get to as well and then even more so you need to understand whether the teachers have some level of comfort with teaching online right I would imagine digital divide must play into this in a huge way. Kids have to have access to devices and Internet to take advantage of these tools that they're rolled out right and access is probably the single biggest challenge. That school has to think about in this situation and in particular when you're talking about school closure Because of a crowbar is concerned You can't necessarily have those students going to public library. Let's say to access computers there or to a coffee shop to get online there If they have a computer but not Internet access at home there are some schools. They've arranged hotspots for students. They have arranged some places that those students would be able to go. It's still a challenge to think about doing this at this kind of scale and this time type of time frame that they're thinking about right exactly where I was going which is sort of if widespread school closures happen. And they happen for a long time. Do you think it's realistic? You know in smaller districts are bigger districts nationwide that will be able to maintain the sort of the same level of education. This may not be a very satisfying answer. But I know of districts that have invested enough in thinking about online learning that they will be able to make the shift and do so fairly successfully. And I know of districts that undoubtedly won't be able to make that shift what I don't know is what percentage of districts fall into each of those categories. And we unfortunately may be on the brink of an unplanned experimented. How prepared districts are. Yeah I wonder I mean. Is it an opportunity or is it fair to say? It's a little past due for schools to do this. You know my thirteen year old was homesick yesterday and I thought I'm surprised that there's no I don't know just always on conference line for him to dial into to the classroom. It's an opportunity because I think this is showing Schools that there's a need and actually be clear about this. There are plenty of Schools including plenty of brick and mortar schools. That are engaging in online instruction in some form. This is a little bit different if you're trying to shift the large majority of one hundred percent of Instruction Online. I do think that there's going to be an increased number of school leaders who Who coming out of this will understand a bit more about what the options are and also a little bit more about what the challenges are as well when I see some stories about school closures and the opportunity to use online learning. Some of them are a bit shallow. They focus on the tools solely. And there's no question that the tools exist. The challenges are around. Making teachers are prepared to teach online and also making sure students and parents and families are prepared to learn online as well I would imagine there must be companies who are offering these types of services who potentially Santa Benefit. There's no doubt that the companies that are involved in online learning will have some opportunities and part of the reason for that is simply as we're talking about This issue is raising awareness about the possibilities of online learning among students parents. Educators They I think are now understanding. How much online. Learning how? Many tools and Russa's resources are readily available having said that it's also a challenging situation because the challenges are not so much around the tools and the content as much as they are around changing the way that teaching is done and changing student and parent expectations. And there's not a silver bullet for being able to do that. The smart companies that know this. They're handling the messaging well. We're seeing that already that they're talking about what they're capable of and not overselling what they're capable of. I am a little bit worried about the possibility that some companies may take advantage of the lack of understanding. And what they're capable of. I think there's undoubtedly a level of buyer. Beware in terms of being careful about going with the companies that are being a bit more measured and what they're saying they can do and being really careful about any that say they can handle this one hundred percent. I think it's a bit more challenging than that. John Watson is founder of the Evergreen Education Group. That experiment begins in bothell Washington. Where students from thirty six schools begin online education today and now for some related links? You can read a letter from the superintendent at the bottles school district over at marketplace tech dot org that town is located near the epicenter of Washington's Kobe. Nineteen outbreak Los Angeles is also telling parents to prepare for possible. School closing as is New Jersey Education. Week had a post last week about how most schools will not be prepared for remote learning if they have to close for a long period of time
"john watson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"More to it because it does look like maybe Baltimore's gonna have to plane elements if they want to get to Super Bowl and then just John Watson again I only need to see a little bit and I saw certainly a little bit in that bills game getting out of that bill sandwich state he was in but I got to see just a little bit more I just need to see a little something little some more from the Sean wants and I think mentally is made for these moments that's another thing with Lamar Jackson two minutes to go needing a drive to win the game when is he been in that position John Watson made entire college career out of it so it sounds like I'm trying to put down the more Jackson he's the MVP is a phenomenal player I think he's going to be around for a long time I'm just saying at this moment in time I need to see more from Lamar on this stage and I need to see a little bit more from the son wants and and I feel little bit better about what's in that I do Lamar Jackson in the pressure packed moments but only need a little bit from them and then the three guys that we're good I'll take him I trust them I have some obviously when you look at Aaron Rodgers you look at the way he has performed in the last few Packers playoff exits yes I'm in good so as we were talking yesterday about drew Brees and why isn't anybody criticizing drew Brees for the way that he played Aaron Rodgers is next if he loses on Sunday or the in that game Saturday he loses this weekend on Monday we're going to have to have a conversation about Aaron Rodgers being a guy that can take you to a Superbowl at this stage in his career I still like him I still believe in him but I think he's got a lot riding on this game was Seattle and the last few playoff exit for the exit for the Packers Aaron Rodgers van you don't have to look anywhere else than the quarterback box score to figure out why the Packers lose these games he's been al play by Matt Ryan by Carson Palmer by Eli manning in these playoff exit it certainly says something about his importance to the Packers if he doesn't play well Packers don't win but I think we're gonna have to have a conversation I still think there is a really good quarterback but if he doesn't perform well against Seattle then I think we need to have a separate discussion and you I know you're gonna say Homer and all this kind of stuff I trust Patrick homes I do talk about Lamar Jackson and adverse weather we side used if your Broncos fan you saw with your very own ice packs of moans as weather proof his game goes anywhere because of his arm talent in his ability to make throws he can play in any conditions and even though it's a small sample size and that's the one knock I I would have on the homes is we haven't seen as much as some of these other guys but more homes in just a second playoff game went toe to toe with the greatest quarterback of all time it matched him shot for shot punch for punch that's a big time performance I think that goes a long way but there's only one quarterback that to me I trust implicitly a hundred percent and I would put him at the top of this list in terms of my confidence level and it's Russell Wilson it's Russell Wilson he does his supporting cast has been about as bad as most Aaron Rodgers but yet he's going to super bowls and routinely being in the playoffs and Aaron Rodgers van on the count for the last two seasons Mike Russell Wilson has not had a leak weapons on the offense of side of football and he just keeps performing and his game is weather proof so Rogers in my homes I trust but there's something in the back of my mind about him with Russell Wilson that's who I take it for drafting the quarterbacks in these playoffs I take Russell Wilson number one give ME Russell Wilson and then whoever.
"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"No more three Houston Texans have flown a copy of the south after eight twenty to seventy victory Thursday over the Indianapolis Colts the Texans rally to win behind quarterback this John Watson and that's not long from Houston coach bill o'brien we're at our best when we can get into a temple you know the throw that in the front of the made the will and the hot I mean they were just great frozen pretty catches in those guys ran routes but if you can get into a temple have special place Dr that's usually a pretty good formula for a Philadelphia running game a little bit in the other locker room the colts may not have picked up a victory but the quickly quick note their head to head coach Frank right there's still plenty of football left you know were far from out of this time we also playoff game atmosphere obviously it was a good opportunity for us to take sole possession and then have a suite on giving them work out that way earlier on Thursday the NFL upholding and begin definite dispenser of Cleveland miles character hitting Mason Rudolph on the head with a helmet a week ago hearing Wednesday said Rudolph directed a racial Florence him move off the nice the claim the NFL says its investigation found no evidence of the floor you know Phil did reduce Pittsburgh Marky how fees three game suspension to college basketball thirty number one two S. of rolling over tallied seven fifty still burning very few you with thirty one points and twelve boards that fifty to pay a higher camp Madison Square Garden next up for the blue devils with your head the Texas to see what night playing to Oklahoma coverage begins tomorrow at seven eastern.
Fantasy intel for all 32 NFL teams ahead of Week 7
"Of information kind of funny because the beginning of the year we were told the Broncos had the most difficult schedule the NFL or second most most behind Texas dipping high look at it now everybody's talking about the schedule being so easy it's funny how on paper something looks in the beginning of the season and you get a way it was easy to find out it's not what you thought you with the Cleveland Browns for instance everybody was in the high pick for the Superbowl now they might not even win their division so you know it's it's it's interesting to watch to stop play out well even in the course of the of the flows of the season I mean as soon as Andrew luck announces retirement a lot of people just immediately said okay the culture gonna be picking in the top five judge go we were set is doing okay in fact the colts might even not necessarily go into the draft picking a high quarterback they might say you know Hey you if you if you could make us a competitive team Jacoby maybe they let you roll with it another year and they'll just bring in a quarterback they'll draft a quarterback to develop behind him I agree and I think it's amazing that you didn't mention Chad Kelly in there once that's because I shouldn't and nobody should here right but they they you know a little help Broncos fans are some people that I know I know I'll floater the one that got away the legend to the got away preseason legend Kyle floater all time grease motor back in a pre season he's putting up some really spectacular preseason numbers Benjamin rushing it yeah but highly loader single handedly ending the dreams of future insurance salesman but but to that point and I and I'm glad you brought that up and we we spoke about this a few times the ANC overall pretty weak conference you have the top in teams right we know those teams it it that doesn't change anything we knew that those teams were gonna probably be good but what happens is there's a lot of middling to bad teams teams actively taking in the A. F. C. N. and then there are teams that are look inconsistent at best and so for for the Broncos that's why you when we were in the midst of the old for when the Broncos were in the midst filled before we were talking about it we said look star string together a few wins yeah you never really know how this is going to shake out and in the midst of the Broncos getting the two wins in a row which they really should have three in a row the chief lose too and they lose too in a way that actually is a replicable likely teams or Detroit Lions basically did it carry that into the colts game the colts they went to Kansas city and they didn't even better and in the Texas look the the Texans model what is John Watson and and the officer told this sort of their shots it wasn't like they they wanted that game saying if we can hold them under twenty no I just did their thing they took chances will fuller drop three touchdowns in that game now three touchdowns in the game on now you know a great week start will fuller your fantasy league yeah I don't know any Benjamin all rights that would have invested heavily in him and done that but I I but yeah yeah that happened well buddy that that's that's what kills is like you know well for the week before hundred seventy yards receiving three touchdowns any of this to find digs going off for three W. like those things happen in that everybody's gonna rush to put it back in their or their line ups and then at the very next week their their disappointment right I'm not appoint chaser by as those good match up and then put in that vein it's not like the tents that that's where I'm I'm like look does the size of the Broncos to do their thing but it doesn't mean that the offense can execute effect I'll go almost a further with you on this bed I think mostly Joe Flacco today I think Joe Flacco once it I think Joe Flacco after kinda have in a a little a little bit of a everything taken off of him like like Hey we got this game Joe don't don't stress too much don't screw up in in the Titans game we got this one the way he's been Kerry himself the way he's been talking about the office I don't have a cut for me but she basically said something to the effect of like we want to be a reason why we win this game but not just part of like along for the ride the office was along for the ride in the Titan's went kinda yeah and I think that Joe Flacco of all people knows what both sides of that coin feel like you know he he was along for the ride with the ravens a lot of the time he also strung together the reason that they got two and won a Superbowl so you've been bullseyes that coin he sees tasted in all the that the tree of of winning in a great offense and now I I I do think that you think is will chip on your shoulder when you come away from the Titans game like well you know we actually kind of stock but the defense held us together you know the run game was next out the past came with very good at it I mean it wouldn't the office of Lee that what a great game by the Broncos are flashes they made some big plays and they need to but they try to put it in kinda cruise control because they knew they didn't have to I mean that the tides getting crossed the fifty yard line in the first three quarters play that I recall they got to the forty nine once had a point all of our four template but I mean you know when you when you bottom up that well get out your office kinda I don't see the check out but you know they recognize are not needed and there can be you can kind of let off the gas a little this was the quote he said there's always that side of it of wanting to go out there and have your claim on the game and all that is like there's always a personal side going out there and playing football games I don't think that always means it's a bad thing it's like I said I think you go out there and focus on what you're doing with the idea that it's for the guy next to you would have to repair the best you can so you're not letting anybody else down but again he kind of point at the very beginning of that he kind of pointed out yeah you know what you play this game you play this game to be remembered you play this game to be a winner and you don't want to be along for the ride of your quarterback like they did there you're less your a career pack up that is being brought in just to keep the seat warm you want to go out there you want to kind of put your stamp on the game just like I didn't get a chance to really do that this last game I think he really wants this one and he's got the defense I think to do that if they can get that run game warmed up early he'll have his spots to be able
Can You Live Without a Working Amygdala?
"Can you live without the umbrella but let's back up a tiny step. What is the umbrella located deep within the brain's temporal lobes since an almond shaped massive cells or nuclei? That's your Magdala. It's a bit misleading to think of the structure as one single unit since there are actually two parts to it each one located in opposite hemispheres of the brain but for general purposes the distinct halves are considered as one part of the LIMBIC system or which are the brain structures involved in matters offers of emotions and motivations the Magdala specifically associated with memory storage and the processing of emotions like anger pleasure and Yep. You guessed it fear one major part of the amid Liz role is its responsibility in fear conditioning and associated learning process that allows us to learn through repeated experience to be scared of something that learning process happens because experiences change our brain circuitry and four new memories. This concept was pretty clearly illustrated in a nineteen. Eighteen twenty experiment which was totally unethical by today's standards involving an eleven month old infant known as a little Albert Scientists John Watson and Rosalie Rayner wanted to see what would happen if they paired Albert's perfectly natural fear of loud noises with stimulus. He seemed to be pretty neutral about in this case a white rat watson and rayner allowed Albert to reach for the rat and every time he did they struck a hammer against a steel bar after sadden repetitions of this pairing Albert started bursting into tears. Here's the very sight of the rat no hammer needed because of this fear conditioning his amid had linked the disturbing noise with the neutral stimulus and the ladder now elicited fear without the former unfortunately for poor Albert and again this type of experiment would not go down today. The experiment led him to develop a generalized fear of things that even resembled the white rat so white coats and white dogs would freak him out too but backed patient S._M.. On the surface her fearlessness seems seems kind of funny charming. Even her kids even got a kick out of it. Her eldest son once wrote me and my brothers see the snake on the road. I was like holy cow. That's a big steak. Well mom just ran over there and picked it up and brought it out of the street and put it in the grass and let. Go on its way. She would always tell me how she was scared of snakes and stuff like that but then all of a sudden she's fearless up them but while navigating life without anxiety may seem somewhat exciting and patient as m has made it clear that a person can survive perfectly well without intact Amanullah the absence of natural fear can be dangerous even potentially fatal a complete lack of suspicion or distrust meant S._M.. was vulnerable in many ways once while walking through a small park at ten pm a man accosted S._m.. And held knife to her throat according to researchers quote in the distance she could hear the church choir singing. She looked at the man and confidently replied. If you're going to kill me you're going to have to go through my gods angels. I the man suddenly let her go and if that wasn't strange enough S._M.. Didn't flee the scene. She simply walked home and she walked past the same park the next day and showed no signs of fear or avoidance. She just didn't have it in her. That wasn't the only time S._M.. Walked right into seriously risky situations emerged unscathed and unbothered researchers say she was once physically accosted by a woman twice her size. She was nearly killed an act of domestic violence and on more than one occasion. She's been explicitly threatened with death. What stands out most? Is that in many of these situations. Situations S._M.'s life was in danger it. Her behavior lacked any sense of desperation or urgency but while S._M.. Has Been held up as the prime example of fearless emiddle less life more recent research has indicated that the connection between the a two characteristics isn't so clear according to a study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience people with damaged big delays did still report feelings of intense fear and some even felt more fear than those normally functioning big delays the study looked at participants with the same super rare genetic condition that caused as migdal damage whereabout vita disease less than three hundred people have been found to have it since it was discovered in nineteen twenty nine Orbach Vita Disease Causes Three main types of symptoms and extremely horse voice small bumps around the eyes and calcium deposits in the brain. The amid <unk> happens to be the spot in the brain where these deposits form researchers found that watching horror films did nothing to incite fear in participants with this disorder but they were curious whether exposing them to carbon dioxide would induce fear reaction the amid plays a big part in detecting carbon dioxide and when it detects higher concentrations of it in the blood a possible sign that suffocation is occurring it can cause a person to feel panic contrary to what seemed. Logical when participants with Burbach Vitas Syndrome breathed in air that was thirty five percent carbon dioxide. They freaked out so what's the deal. A researchers wrote results indicate that the amid Dula is not required for fear and panic and make an important Gordon distinction between fear triggered by external threats from the environment versus fear triggered internally by carbon dioxide so can you live without the Amiga yes can you live safely and securely without it still unclear but scientists are working to figure it out.
"john watson" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
"And he's a very good operator for Nikki Lauda, and when he joined Brabham and seventy eight one the second world championship at the end of seventy seven he had then a personal sponsor in the form of pommel out in the. Italian basically cheese and dairy produce. Producer. And Nikki had this is a personal sponsor. But then he brought palm that to problem as the team sponsor the title sponsor. So it gave Nikki a significant advantage in terms of power within the team and with bony. And I spoke with Bernie all about a year ago, and we're talking about that particular season and Bennie said look he pointed to his head. A metaphor for Nikki's cap. That was the deal Bernie was a pragmatist. He'd got backing from palm allotted, Nikki is a two-time world champion and hit me Bernie was going to go where the money was not least of all because he's at two times world champion, and it brought something to him that previously had never been there. And Nikki is a nut. Standing driver what Nikki was good at doing. It happened in Monaco nine hundred seventy eight in qualifying coming to the last sort of ten minutes or so and we each had four sets of entice for qualified. I'd gone out and done three runs, and I was second quickest to colors roitman, and Nikki was third or fourth. I'm not quite sure. Came in five minutes to go. Let's put the last at tires on the tracks empty. I think you can get position on the mechanics went new. You've had all yours all yours as a no I've had my only had three sets. Whereas my full set and there were. Nicky's got them. I gotta call. You think do you think it'd be knighted and went nuts, and what had happened was that Nikki done his fourth run erecting had been blocked or whatever by another car on that lap came in Bernie dived into the cockpit and Nikki said. I can't use the explosives if I'd want more Senate Wilson ties, I can guarantee you get pool on Bernie soul. My four wheels entire sitting there. And he turned get whose are those whose are those. They said that's John's final set benzoate put them on loudest car. So I got screwed. That was the that was the power and the persuasiveness that Nikki had. But also, you're Bernie I was in the front row of the grid. I'd have been bumped to the second rule the grid. But Nikki, and it's just it's just his strength of personality and character, and I didn't blame Nikki forward. I just said, you know, thanks Bernie. Thank you. But that's what he does. And that's how he works. And that's why he's being the success. He's been he's very linear thinking process, totally selfish. But I like the guy I like the guy a lot we have had so much fun together. I call him a good friend, and when he then came to McLaren was slightly more alleged because he was the first proper teammate. I'd hadn't Formula one and I learned a little bit. I'm not the quickest of learners but a little bit. And then he came to McLaren, and it was a slightly different scenario because he was coming back out of retirement and. He would try the same kind of scenario using his success and on you might say his new variety. The way to beat someone like Nikki, I realized it was not to beat him on the strengths. But to look to areas to see very maybe more vulnerable, and there are areas where he was more vulnerable and haven't got time to go into those in detail, but one of the most for example in San Borden eighty-two on the race morning. It was a particularly warm morning. We had the warm up. I would either my regular tar setup did five laps or whatever came in and said to teddy Mayer left fronts giving up teddy then pointed to the rack of ties and said to the guys see those tires that put the left side of those that set on John's left side. At what Ted you lose ties?.
"john watson" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
"The principle guardrail but catch fencing and catch bunching polls to support the guard. They catch fence became sort of own in vogue, and what happened to Mark was regrettably as he went off track and into the catch fencing one of the polls struck him on the head which ultimately letters losing his life and following that then I was able to I was invited to take over the rule that Mark had previously enjoyed it Penske for many years. And I became the Penske Formula one driver, what was it like driving for the captain himself? We have just done a Royal automobile club talk show with Roger Penske. And it was I opening for you memories. There that evening, I'm into the evening event. You did. So saw Jeroen called up Mirages new different now, and you're going back forty three years to nine hundred seventy six at his vitality is in through Seattle them his awareness. Alertness? It's just on changed. He is one of the most remarkable people I've ever met whether inside motorsport or not, in fact, I one time of soul him I think about three years ago and said Roger why don't you run for presidency of the United States of America? And I think he's the greatest president. America's never had. Really? I mean, he is it strikes me. He is always on a plane. He's so business-minded is a may birthday the other day as well. And he gonna play in five AM came to London and then straight up. He went to Europe the next day the the function in London was on the Thursday evening and it finished around about ten thirty and Roger was ju- to then get up at three A M the on the Friday morning to get to whichever airport has he's he flies a Gulfstream jet corporate jet to fly to Germany for a business meeting then to fly on. To Holland for another meeting. That's Roger his life is structured, and it's very Kaftan precisely structured so everything happens as dole to happen. And I mean, they might have done that he spends travelling he goes to virtually every event for his teams competing bit NAS car or IndyCar. But he said the other evening that was very funny said well, somebody asked the question about the amount of time you're away from home. And he said, well, I say to my wife, Kathy just like me going playing a game goal for doing but the fishing. That's how he acquaints what he does and motoracing. It's just this weekend pleasures is getting away from all the pressures and the responsibilities of his day job, which is running the Penske empire. So he loves to go to a race. He loves to be involved often isn't I don't know still is he would be the driver of. He would be the contact between the driver often Elliott Castro Neves, a non not sure whether it's will pool or not. Will power, and that's really he just and he's good at it. And the whole thing of America. There's a lot of strategy involved. And when you stop but the yellow flags or whatever they may have safety car interventions that she does. And he's good at it. But also the other thing is he's got great humidity, and so sort of us in egalitarian team. So when Roger comes in the garage in the morning, he's not coming in and people are buying and scraping. He's coming in as a member of the team. And if he happens to see something in the garage floor, which he thinks to be removed. It doesn't say well who's responsible for that get them to clean it up. You'll pick up a broom in a pan in new clean it up. He's a real inspiration. And it's a shame Penske didn't continue to compete in Formula one. You did however. You lost Hines Hoffer in seventy seven. Yeah. You memories of Hines Hines. I like time to great deal. I think he was one of the finest people I've ever worked with in Formula one..
"john watson" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
"And the thing was to take it flattered and within about three laps. I'd take no flat out. And I just thought what a fantastic road track rule is. And then whether it was the first of the second, I'm not quite sure now coming up, basically you Don one side of a valley is a happen band at the bottom. You come back up the other side of Evadne they the corners on the return leg or not quite so quick so gone through those secrets of corners. Then there's another straight. Then you come into a long long, easy, flat right hand corner, which took you onto what would be described loosely as the main street, which is part of the autobahn or older route and midway round the corner. All of a sudden, there's a bang from the rear of the car and all of a sudden one hundred and forty miles an hour, whatever the cause out of control heading towards the barrier. I'm coup barrier. Hits the barrier. One side back across the route to the other side and eventually the call came to a standstill and most of the front of the chassis had been ripped off. And the first thing I realized was looked on my left arm considerably shorter than should normally be. So the two bones in your forearm, the Alamo and the radius had been snapped clean in the impact. And I've had an additional wrist in for my forearm should be and likewise, my left leg was broken ankle got fractured. There's a bit of a wakeup call because I'd never had an accident up until that point and six years of motoracing. I've never been hurt. And it was the realization that motor sport. Actually you. It's great to be a participant or competitor. But it was a dangerous period and racing on circuits like raw it. It was a high risk circuit a big reward circuit, but a high risk circuit. So that could tailor my racing in one thousand nine hundred seventy it happened again in seventy three the race of champions. I think it was just a leg. I say just a leg. Another horrific accident. I mean safety standards that where people come painting at the time to get these things better off especially off to Jim clawless his life. But why was action being taken to slow? We were you guys don't scare if your lives a lot. I think the brands hatch accident was caused primarily by a throttle. Was it wasn't closing off. Cleanly coming into sterling's band. Overran the exit of the corner and went onto the what was actually did the grass verge. And then at a shallow angle hit the the barriers it was a railway sleeper lined barrier. But the BG forty two was just introduced it was it's first event and. In effect. What happened is the football on the front of the car on impact rotated through ninety degrees and took my right leg and part of my left leg with it ended up with a double compound fracture of the right leg. But burst was actually I was trapped in the car. I couldn't get out because the steering rack which was monitored inboard in the BT forty two was trapping my legs and the marshals who came to help me get out of the car weren't aware that they were trying to cut through the steering rack. But there were trying to cut through the hardened part of the stating wreck and had Gordon Mary been able to get there and guide. The the the corner workers the marshalls they'd have been able to get me out of the car much more quickly. So that was unpleasant being stuck in the car for the best part of an hour after the accident with a compound lupin compound fracture of the tip and fib. I mean, it is amazing. Now, we have the halo the head of Knicks device who the inventor at she passed away this year. There's an amazing device even then Donahue losses life in Australia, and you came into Team Penske pretty pivotal time. I mean that that was an accident that the safety of every race track of that time..
"john watson" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
"Does she I didn't finish ended up in the in the Bank? But. But the point I think was that I made progress and read I never drove the car until I got to threaten. I'd never driven a car with era dynamics that nature with wings. And so it was all completely new, but I just adapted to it. And I find that the latest forty it was actually a very nice car to drive it. Unfortunately, got that tag of being a not a competitive car on. Of course, the Thaksin Hockenheim and nine hundred sixty eight when Jim Clark lost his life at tainted. I think the cause reputation, but it actually was a very nice car drive. I mean, it was interesting that you kind of came from the back of the garden and came to the front. Well, you seem to really like the USA, Detroit and loan beach was at in nineteen eighty-two around then Long Beach eighty three Detroit was eighty two. And I don't know why I've had success on those street tracks because obviously every year through the seventies and the eighties. We'd go and race and Monte-Carlo which is the ultimate road circuit. The thing about the the circuits in North America where they were what I would best describe as matrix layouts. So you had fundamentally a straight ninety degree corner. A straight ninety degree corner on like much Kalo or what I consider to be the best ever road. Second street circuit in the world on hesitatingly is Moseley park in Barcelona that was still lab ninety nine percent of the circuit is still there. But I don't think it's used for competitive racing. So those were proper proper road tracks European road tracks whereas the ones in North America where as. Say principally of a matrix day out. So it was pointing Scrutton point squat. But for some reason, I seem to make that uptaken to both of them to Troy on Long Beach and had great success and your career wasn't all Connor that Kona glory though, that was also bit especially in the seventies. Where you had massive massive accidents ruin comes to mind. Actually, I mean, there's a list of bones that you brought their take me through the eggs in one actually happened. Remember, this is a period and moderation. Any accident? Nominate resulted in some kind of injury. It was very unusual to have a big accident and not have some, you know, a fracture or of breakage of some sort of whether it was a leg or an arm, but in rule nine hundred seventy at this point, my family had put together a a race package with a formula to Brabourne BT thirty and I was following the European formula two circuit around Europe came to rule, which is a proper proper road circuit as a. Opposed to the street tracks, let's have Monte-Carlo or Moseley park. Turn one at rule is a big corner..
"john watson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"john watson" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"And I think primarily because they got back to some basic switches running the ball, and you know, playing very good defense with Christmas short. And you gotta love the way Rodman Nellie kind of you know, took the lead and saying, you know, let's working with Chris chard calling the plays. I'll coats my guys and I'll be like the assistant defensive coordinator liked the way that's worked the other game. Saturday colts Texans on ESPN ABC ABC or both both. I think actually on both. I think both because we get to implant game. We wanna put it on both our networks that will start at about four thirty eastern before thirty five Andrew luck back in Houston, the culture five and two in Houston since drafting Andrew lock in two thousand twelve luck started five of seven games what stands out to you about this matchup both teams they split the series this year in the AFC south in both. Both both games teams one on the road and other words the home team lost. So here the Texas over the home team. You know, the one thing about the colts defense has been very much better than people thought. But there's secondary still has a lot of whole. So here comes down the way to me down the past protection. John Watson, we knows the most sack quarterback in the NFL. But you know, I see guy into some Watson who is im- improving his craft in terms of throwing the football setting his feet, those type of things, and so I'm gonna have a slight edge to. Texans and this one, but not only company I actually don't feel comfortable about any picks that I make these games any of these games. Yeah. That close they really are that close to me that you know, it's you bring up the colts and the Texans. And I know we've heard a lot of conversation this year about Baker Mayfield, and Cleveland and saquon Barkley New York, I really believe that Quinnell is as worthy of the offensive rookie of the year as either of those two players he won't win it, but he has helped transform the offensive line, which is one of the worse than football and made it one of the best in football protected. Angela got this team back to the plus quit Nelson has been a huge pickup by Chris Ballard, the coach general manager..
"john watson" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
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"john watson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"And oranges about Brady's longevity forty one and he's still plying. But you tell me what I give back. Harsh grade veggies cowboy hey, say, you are a cowboy. So that's okay. Skew the thing is is that I've said that he's been accurate. I said he holds onto the ball too long. But in the process of what happened is people like you improve what ball focus looks at throwaways as a negative the air Rogers, get dot O. He's throwing the ball away at a record pace. Yeah. Shattering record. Okay. Guess what did you know? This. That Prescott is the second most sacked quarterback in all the football to dish. John watson's. Now, we know mobile quarterbacks sacked off. Michael Vick guests lot. Randall Cunningham got out the lot early in his career. Steve Young because why they running themselves out of pressure on the backside the run themselves in the end the pressure on the front side. So they run themselves into some sags. You know skip the thing is he holds onto the ball entirely. Too low anything accurate what hard for me to understand is? Why is a guy the second most sacked quarterback in all the football when he has to Provo offense of land and his accuracy, it should not be like this considering he has the lead the NFL's leading rusher in his backfield and they've gone out and gotten him Amari Cooper, so guys should be wide open. But the point of order, we gotta be fair here. Both those pro bowlers have been hurt much of the year. Zack Martin was hurt in the preseason is played hurt the whole year and then had to miss a game. Because he's an I don't know how ties Smith even stays in the lineup. He's got elbow and back. He probably he's become somewhat of a liability. He's at what tin. Holding penalties. So don't don't put that on me. Don't. In the Provo. I don't know how you know. How that goes that you take? So at Noah guy that went to the Pro Bowl. I'm glad you said that Moore reputation. I do I get you say your air. Russell Wilson should have been over here. Raja's? We know that that's becoming a there's a big concern skipped his accuracy. And he doesn't as choice says he doesn't have the greatest anticipatory skills. A lot of time. You know, you have to throw it into pay him. You wait to a guy. Get open. You throw the ball more times than not the db will have been have covered. And he gets an opportunity to make a play on the ball. But given that he has Zeke who's leading the NFL and Russia, and he has Amari Cooper, his accuracy should be better than what it is. But what's misleading? But if you look at that, he's eight in completion percentage, and it was must what's misleading about that. Skip is that all those throws ten yards and under because he's twenty third in completion percentage when the ball has to travel ten yards or more. You see he's seventy seven percent ten and under. So when he swinging the ball out of the backfield Z or rod Smith or he's he's throwing it to Cole. Veasley own those option rows, the completion percentage shoot up to those count those against the rules. Yes. Oh, I don't know what they do to you. They allow you to possess the ball. But then ally that's why you're twenty fourth and scoring because you don't get those big chunk plate within. Why does Aaron Rodgers have even a worse yards per tempting Dak Prescott this year, which he just works. It's worse. I tell you what he does. He has a high touchdown f you interceptions than back Prescott who won the NFC this year..
"john watson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Is not a savage on the field tom nada not so that average tom nazis and hassle my name is tom not saw tom nazel savic john watson should be glad either way last year because most i'm heisman trophy winners all do shit peyton manning yes it most of the time he didn't win heisman c really andrew luck did neither right that was the big comparison they're putting between the two i knew there was something that happened there andrew luck never one rg g3 one right in an orgy threerun rookie offensive player of the year to when andrew luckily broke like every record we had i thing and then bang now andrew looks in europe in our g three is not playing dan had been talking about that peyton manning year lot because it was ham randy moss woodson and then ryan leaf for the four finalists not a battle group that ryan leaf low who won the highs with a year in did charles woodson remember 'cause there's the dave that infamous pose of him heading it i think gray but ryan leaf is that not him that such as what semantic that's desmond howard yachts phnom assay i must say that he hit a post heap i probably did but i feel is desmond howard no he does we has one but did not chuckles yikes charles woodson highs been pose maybe not the ice not good yup that's desmond howard for sure sorry man what oppose the by the way all right anyways so bigger mayfield human the only think yeah i think so will people be pissed off about it now everybody is expecting i don't know why people like to shit out and he has a chip on a show he was a walk on it texas tech before he transferred to oklahoma like he's had to grind and battle to get where he's at so yeah i mean.
"john watson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Texans have there were amazing rookie quarterback on display this john watson who does what he does and by what he he does i mean he had another handful in touchdowns but he also had the interceptions until you end up with a rookie quarterback who in this particular game give it as the rookie quarterback take it the way so far more touchdowns gives him nineteen nineteen passing touchdowns for his rookie here he's only through seven career nfl games and he already has nineteen passing touchdowns with four more and that is the most he passes kurt warner on sunday for the most passing tvs through his first seven career nfl games he also passed this peyton manning marcus mario to enact prescott for the most three passing touchdown games in a season by a rookie quarterbacks in the 1970s merger marcus yet past to fill we could go on and on about the number of records that is shawn watson either owns or is creeping on but as i say rookie quarterback give it and rookie quarterback take it away so earl watson had a magnificent picks 620 jump to route early in this game of veteran safety who is able to step up see what this shawn watson is doing and use it against him and then there was also a late quarterback by i'm sorry late interception by richard sherman who picked him off on the last dr when the texans are trailing by three and so yes dish on watson is fantastic and he's filling up a stat sheet and the texans have found their qb of the future the face of their franchise but atolls than china roses 'cause he's still a rookie and there away more veterans out there who been around the block who are willing to pray on the rookies so five hundred nine yards for the texans on offense but the 3 interceptions british shawn watson the seahawks me wall had no run game but they wonder if they shouldn't have cut alex collins after the preseason four hundred and forty six yards passing for russell wilson but they trail thirty eight thirty four late in the game they were staring down the field eighty yards to go and you know here's the.
"john watson" Discussed on Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"I think is because the the defense for the new england patriots has yet to find itself they are leading the nfl in a lot of bad defensive categories in terms of points given up and in terms of their secondary struggling right now so we saw john watson move the ball i think that kim noon can move the ball let's look at you fantasy you believe came noon will i think he can other the matchup is amazing but yeah so is last week's match up i mean i am i i have my concerns for cam newton it's it's a crazy world we live in where the patriots the patriots are the match up you want your quarterbacks and you're wide receivers in that's well it's insane it always been that situation where you know there probably going to get out in two big league and you're like in garbage time but now garbage time works yet right i think a big part of that is hightower missing from that defense he was an active last week against the houston texans i expect he will not play this week as well but when hightower comes back 'cause he he changes a law on their defense i i will try to mentally shift the you know how i feel about the the patriots defense when it comes to match up project aided have gilmore banged up as well and he's he's he played but hopefully is more healthy now andy with kevin benjamin returning to practice looks likely to play are you still willing to roll those dice on devon functional i am not no no they they attraction to you know when you're trying to decide between a difference maker army.
"john watson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Gulf public not to firm right like it was it was holding a bird mike it was use the starter but you just a matter of time before he was no the longer the starter in houston john watson most exciting college player put blair called for by last year probably the outside of lamar jackson play his best on the biggest stage has a sort of energy magnette now he sort of magnetic right you use a first round pick this year in next year after our return wait a second round pick to acquire him like y you probably looking for spark if nothing else now bill o'brien may have felt like you know no matter what happens on sunday it's still my prerogative to go back to savage on thursday if that's the case on the outside world say how could you possibly go back to tom savage after what you saw in week one even if you felt like the offensive line failed him and the defense was good enough i'm not put much in the defence mean that game was relieved that the texans offense that was why they lost that game last week but he seems to feel as though like you know being decisive even if it's hastily decisive can be more effective for the team and because they're pretty good pretty good on defense they were number one terms yards per game last year maybe he feels like the quarterback plagues has to be average for them to win nine or ten games this year and so far the dividends are proving them right as they get their first win of the season the bang is by the way have failed to score a touchdown in there two games to open the season for the first time in their fifty seasons the bengals managed only three field goals by ready bullet dalton fell to one in six career against the texans and includes two playoff losses and they became the first team that opened the season with five scoreless quarters since the two thousand nine rams the red sox play by day the yankees by night highlights from both their head and the giants hoping odell beckham jr is ready to get back on the field as the.