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"jon kitna" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Chris Winky, Tommy Maddox. Tellingme or Cowboys offensive coordinator Joey Harrington. Oh, my Lord. Jon Kitna. Trent Green. Josh Freeman, I'm done. I don't want Ellen to ever do it. You don't want it, so I don't want him on a list with Joey. Never. Mullins. Is done it Nick Mullins. There's a There's an interesting name today. Garoppolo had an awful game. Not really in the stat line too much. But having said that the most or touchdown is most 75 yards out of a cannon like that is not even that's not a deep pass at all. It was a short pass and most urges. Exploded and went all the way. But that's one of the things I've heard today about San Francisco is Garoppolo did he struggled badly? There's a there's a play where he spins around three times in the pocket. Amazed somebody tweeted at us. To make a point about, you know. Allen's running, like would rather of this. No, no, definitely not. So Mullins who was not bad? I don't know. I don't think we're there yet. Of course, but he started eight games. Two years ago. He averaged 285 yards. Molins games. Yeah, he put up big numbers. Yeah, it's not that hard. And drop. It would be hard for me to do it. I'm not saying it would be easy for me to do it. Just in the NFL at the standard is not that is that I really Or is it do I mean to say it's not that low? I'm not sure. Kate and on And the segment on some confusion there. Ah, Eric would is back with us this year. That's exciting, and we'll talk to Eric about yesterday's game and also A peculiar if not controversial. Tom Brady tweet from Eric. Stay tuned..
"jon kitna" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"That to me is one of the big trends or story lines to monitor in this NFL season is how will teams Handle young, inexperienced players who don't have many camp training camp in a full priest preseason to ramp up for the NFL season. The last time. The last time we had something that even resembled, even remotely looked like this NFL off season was 2011 was 2011 when there was a lock out That first round quarterback class looked like this. Cam Newton. Blaine Gabbert. Jake Locker and Christian Ponder. Two of those guys are already out of the NFL in their early thirties. One of those guys is a journeyman backup behind Tom Brady. The other is a franchise quarterback and probably was so physically gifted didn't matter what kind of off season or two he had was going to find a way to be a good NFL quarterback. The other three guys, I wonder about How much did their first season there? First foray into NFL football being so unique and different and challenging? How much did that stunt their growth? How much did that factor into Ponder Locker and Gabbert all being busts? So that's the history. That's what guides you if you're Cincinnati with Borough. Ifyou're Ella with Herbert, if your Miami with two uh I think you've gotto reflect back and remember that the Bangles don't seem to want to do that. If I if I was Mike Brown, and I know he doesn't like to spend money, although he just gave Joe Mixon attended Aton, Adele, If I were the Browns, I would our excuse me. If I wear the Bangles, I would have kept Dalton around for one more year. And I want to head him mentor and I would have had him start and if I needed to move some players out if I couldn't If I was tight against the cap, I would have found a way to do it. Just like Carson Palmer waited behind Jon Kitna. And that sort of worked before Palmer broke us like in a playoff game and eventually just soured on the whole way the Bangles to business. That kind of worked for them. And I would have I would have used that as the blueprint for Joe Burro. I think, even if he's older, and he's the son of Ah, coach and he's a national champion, asking him to deal with the pressure of being a quarterback without any preseason under his belt..
"jon kitna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Plus where you've kind of seen everything, whether you've been a starter or not, And it helps if you have, but they've just been around for so long that you know what Needs to happen. You Khun, like I said, be that eyes and ears. He talked about his brother Carson and how much he relied on Jon Kitna in Cincinnati, especially once he became the starter after backing him up for that first year when Carson was with the Bangles of so many years ago, so The Broncos aren't looking to make any moves. And Jeff Driscoll is athletic like Drew lock is But you know, year over year and he signed a two year deal so he becomes more veteran. By next year. You hope that Drew starts all 16 games and some playoffs, and Jeff Driskel never sees the field. But if you're playing this year in any Kind of extended period. That's amore experience beyond just his starts in in Cincinnati and in Detroit, no of which really went very well. But part of that was the roster that he was going to say out of his eight starts. He's only got one win. So I get what you're saying about the veteran quarterback in the presence. But I think if you have John Elway That you Khun bounce things off of and him. Andrew Lock seemed to have a great relationship. He's got Peyton Manning mentoring him. He has a veteran presence in Denver, so maybe it's not quite as important. In our organization, maybe on and the conversation with Peyton Manning. I think valuable, but I don't know They're talking every day or every week. If you've got that veteran, you were talking to them constantly. He's certainly not talking to John Elway every day or every week. If if even you know that frequently missing that they won't say hi in the hall, But he's not going up to John's office looking at practice tape and saying, Hey, what would you have done here? What could I do differently? And ultimately may not matter, right? He's going to sink or swim on his own, but when you can add extra support There are other directions. They could have gone with the back of him. Not I'm not picking on Jeff Driscoll. I'm just saying. Someone more stab someone more established to follow. George. This is again Jordan Palmer's theory Now Big Al has said for weeks on his show here in the afternoon that he would have like to seen them upgrade the backup quarterback position really a bunch of different ways, and so Those those chances kind of came and went. It was Cam Newton out there, but that would be a battle for the starter. There's Jamis Winston kind of the same thing to some degree, Marcus Mariota ended up signing in in Oakland or rather in Vegas. And then Andy Dalton takes big money to go to the Cowboys making seven million bucks to be Dak Prescott. Back up. That's $38 million are paying to quarterback. What a gig for him being. Ah, ah TCU grad back to Texas. I mean, if you're going to have to be a backup somewhere, that's the place to do it making seven million a year, but Do you think that is Part of the reason why they didn't bring in a veteran quarterback here to Denver is because they didn't want any speculation. If Drew lot comes out and struggles the first four games that can still say this year, you know, he's our guy. We're sticking with him. But if you would've brought in a Cam Newton or Jamis, Winston or marry OTA There would have been calls from, you know, at least the media after four games. If we go on for for drew lock to be replaced by one of those guys, I absolutely think that factory anything that's why they didn't look. A draft in Cuba is necessarily that hard. I'm not saying I didn't scout Joe Burrow into, uh but they didn't expect. Certainly Burt would be there. 15 and Jordan love. I'm sure they scouted him, too. But they weren't going to bring in. Ah, quarterback that quickly after after Draft injury last year and then even later in the draft. They just were looking to add quality depth. That's where they got guys like Tyree Cleveland, and the tiny moved to guys who will have a shot at making this 53 for sure. Farr's other things going on with the Broncos are a couple Nixon and and bumps and bruises. Andrew back dealing with back soreness. So he was held out yesterday. Alberto, the rookie tight end, two lakhs. Favorite target at Missouri got 17 touchdowns in 18 games. He's got a hip issue that couldn't really expound on it. And so they won't be there tonight. We did see Todd Davis back at practice yesterday, Going through individual period, Not in the team period yet we saw Michael Jim Moody, a the rookie corner. Getting more work, and I'm not allowed to say when and where. But if you were account in order, it would be towards the top of that list. The work that he's getting with the unit that he was on the field with for the first time this year, and and there's a chance Michael Mahmudiyah may have worked his way into being the nickel corner. Third corner, throwing Bryce Callahan inside. That may happen here pretty quickly. Big Fanjul really likes and he was a vic Fangio pic. I know that for a fact. In the third round victory. Likes a size like how smart he is, is a kid who he's got an engineering degree. His dad's an engineer, he is he is one smart cookie, and odds are he's smarter than you are. I know he's smarter than me and grant is probably smarter than you. But We'll see how quickly you can get on the field. The other rookies, saying Bassi He Of course. I got word to days ago. With the ones and we asked Vic Fangio about it. And so, actually, I'm gonna pose this real quickly before we get out here I wanna poses in the form of a question. Thing. 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"jon kitna" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Now be added to that roster that he didn't have before. And the thing I always remembered tryingto keep in mind is that Bruce Arians? Took the Carson Palmer was just kind of dead in the water in in Oakland product over to Arizona, and and he blows the lid off that thing. And Carson Palmer finally has the seasons. Not that he hadn't in Cincinnati for all those years with Marvin Lewis here, that great sort of coming out season and then the Steelers. Tear apart his knee wildcard weekend or divisional weekend. Whatever that was, and Jon Kitna had to come in, and that was it for the for the Cincinnati Bengals under Carson Palmer. That was early on, of course, but What I'm getting at. Here is Bruce Arians has resurrected quarterbacks before right, And it took the Cardinals to a 13 and three record to the NFC championship before they lost the Cam Newton. So I think there's reason to believe Tom Brady will be okay. My point here about thie F C, though, is that we're back in that same situation where we're looking up in a potential dynasty with the Kansas City Chiefs, and I know everybody's looking at Clyde Edwards, Hilaire and saying, this guy out of the backfield. He's a first round fantasy football talent. He's going to be a pass catcher. He's going to run the ball. Every body. It seems like in that Kansas City Chiefsoffense eats. So for me right now, you look at the sea and you go well, it's the Chiefs, and then you have the Ravens are up there at the top. I don't know how much people are still buying into the Tennessee Titans. I think it would be a little foolish kind of thunder knows Adam and not think that they're legit. Because when you've got Derrick Henry capable of going for 2000 yards every season, that's a guy who can carry an offense. The question is whether or not he could do it for a 16 game season last couple of years. He's come on real strong for that last five. Or six weeks, But maybe that's what you'd prefer, anyway. And looking at the sea. I think there are teams that stand out that are kind of on the fringe that and I'm bringing this all back to the 40 Niners here, and it's that Tonight. There's a couple of times last year were a play away from losing a football game. And I think back to the to the Raiders in the Jack del Rio season. Where if you have to whisper in my ear today and maybe markets, the water boy in the other room can can chime in. Did they go 12? And for that year when Derek Carr broke his leg, 11 5 12 and four Something like that. We have to look up the number. Exactly. Maybe Marcus or Dave can can jump in on that, anyway. That season where I wasn't it that they get into the postseason and Derek are gets her before they get to play a playoff game. And you got Matt McGloin gets hurt. Then you get Connor cooker. Okay, Dave confirms it is 12 and for that season and David fuel to run through the game log, and I have to go back and look at the game launch myself. That's a season where, remember they started Colin del Rio Black Jack del Rio because he was gambling at the end of all games. He was going forward in situations that we weren't certain. Maybe he should be going for it. By the way, one of the great names Jack del Rio, that one is for me. That's up there with riverboat Ron Rivera. I love that one. Did anybody who's a gambler and you get to tie their names. What? I always think that's a pretty fun one. So, yeah, both ex linebackers to acknowledge their debt. Both linebackers from the Bay Area, right? Moderate. Get a cow guy and you get a USC Galya Hayward high doing a guy down for Monterrey from the peninsula. So another I guess Monterrey is not the peninsula will further down there but anyway What I'm getting at here is that in that season, I remember thinking you could take just about every one of those. It seemed like a the end of every one of those games would have to look at with one score. Games were but just off the top of my head. I'm thinking four or five games there at the end of that season where I want to say they beat the Falcons early in the year where they went forward, like scored a touchdown at the end of the ballgame went for two instead of kicking the field goal, because that's what you do with the end of a ballgame. Just go take the victory. Go try to win that game on a Sunday instead of going to overtime. Dave tells me in my ear now 11 games. That's what you're That day of 2014 2015 11 11 games that year. The Raiders one by one, so 11 of their 12 wins 11 12 wins or buy one score. 11 of 11 of the 16 games were a one score game with the way it ended my point being That when you play that many one score games, it can easily flip and go the other way. And if you look at how things went down the next season, and I know Derek Carr's leg injury was a huge part of this. And then that was before Ron Rivera was on his way out. Not Ron Rivera. Jack Del Rio was on his way out that next season. You look at that, and you say Okay, it all it takes is one different playing the football game. And that thing goes the other way. They went nine and two in those one score games. Did the Raiders. I look at these games last year and I say the Niners came out on the right end of a lot of those close ballgames. And the Pittsburgh Steelers is one that comes to mind for me right and good teams execute in situations where they need to execute bad teams don't and that's why the 40 Niners pulled out that game against the Steelers last year despite making a couple mistakes. Remember there was the Jason I think you just committed a P I and then the very next play, he falls down on a touchdown pass over the top. Then the 40 Niners have a chance to score. Excuse me, the they turned the ball over and the Steelers have a chance to punch it in late in the game. Remember, there's the James Connor fumble the forced fumble on Dante. This catches the game winning touchdown identifying this one game, But you can also look at the the Seattle Seahawks game. The Chase MK made it for the Chase. MK missed it game. There's that one where you have an opportunity to walk away with an extra victory. You can go the other way in the Baltimore Ravens game. My point being, you played so many close games with razor thin margins against a really good football teams, and more often than not, they executed. They came out on top. But so many times in a football game. You can change on a dime because of one play or one missed you or one call. And again. It's about good teams executing. So that's the question for the 40 hundreds. Can they repeat the success? Even with maybe a different level of talent on the roster? You've now got the coded 19 stuff that you've got to. Ah, But you've got to navigate. They had 81 score games last year, and I bet if we looked through those Dave, I bet you there were five and three in those games. I always say that because I don't think they lost the gate. I mean, you lose the Arizona card, the Atlanta Falcons game on the last play of the game, you lose the had to be. They lose these There were four and three days in those games, but you said there was eight of them. Four and three, So they have to be for three days..
"jon kitna" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Not. Does not have wiping to you. So just two totally different personalities for sure. All right. That's the other guy on this defensive line that I think a lot of people have a lot of questions about his Tristen Hill. People trying to draw comparisons between Taco, Charlton which a lot of people around here bobby considered us. What separates Tristan from the TACO narrative, and why are we now hearing reports that Tristan has done this three sixty all of a sudden in the off season as Dobbs. Ling, this new coaching staff is that just coach. Playing good cop all of a sudden. You really seeing that from him because to be fair as teammates I've noticed it. Potentially, could it could be I think first and last year I don't like Taco came into a very very. Different type of room. and so. I think he had some expectations. do those expectations weren't there? And you know the the room dictates a lot. You know if you if you have guys in that room that you don't necessarily get along with, it's GonNa it's going to work every day with someone you don't like and so it you know for a young guy, twenty years old. You know still learning how to be a professional. You know you can develop rabbit ears. I. Think Taco did that as well but you know. With with the new staff and the new coach, Chris trysted posted as a new beginning man that new opportunity any and he's taking advantage of it. He came out of a bad situation, his last year in college. So his his last two years of football. You know just having been calling to him and then and then all of a sudden. You know you got a new head coach and a new system and everyone has a. A hit the reset button and and he's really really taking advantage of that opportunity and all the right thing and is it. We've heard some discussion out there that. Tristen has you know maybe it's taken some responsibility himself into how things went last year that maybe it's not so much. Well, I was a victim that that maybe he recognizes his own party and in some of the struggles lesser is that sort of what you've seen in your work with him that that he owns up to I need to do some things different this year. Absolutely, that was as one of the things that we talked about and I was accountability..
"jon kitna" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"You allow the opinions of people. That are irrelevant that aren't in locker rooms that aren't watching the film that don't understand. How plays are constructed analyst of. If the lead that stuff's way you than you won't last very long. So certainly, not going to allow people on twitter that you know have thirty five followers to affect my opinion on what I see in a day out saw day in day out with him. So, you know the test passes it all you know he's played four years. He hasn't missed a game theory. He plays injured he plays her he doesn't Miss Workouts. He's at everything you stand up in front of the media win lose or draw you never those teammates under the bus coaches. Any looks at criticized himself hard. Anybody stands up in front of the team talks at a team he he carries the message of the head coach of the program and and and he doesn't do anything to embarrass. The organization everything about him. He does he checks every single box except he hasn't won a championship they're hard to come by and you know, let's let's let's be realistic about it. They're hard to come by is so you know, but he is going to win and He is going to be one of the best ones to play this game for a long time because his his quest to improve is just greater than anything I've ever seen. John I am curious about what the final days of the Jason Garrett look like for a lot of coaching staff I know there were plenty of the coaches that were sort of left in the dark where you among those that was at the building Jason Garrett was showing up day in and day out with the binder underneath his his arm I was told and doing the player evaluations and acting as if. You're hired to do a job..
"jon kitna" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
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"jon kitna" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Meetings because he had to get his car wash that day which so creative. Interpretation of that so. Things were bad and then he blew a red zone assignment in practice on Friday. And his teammate chuck. Clark reacted emphatically throwing his helmet was upset Earl Thomas Essentially said, hey, it's cool and Chuck Clark said no, it's not cool. You need to go to meetings and walk through and maybe he'll get it. So that's how the fight started but you're right Andrew this was a longtime brewing and Not a good situation from the start. So look arguably one of the best safeties in the game. Mike McCarthy keeps talking about they want best players available. He's certainly one of them but I think you're seeing a real pumping of the breaks here in Dallas because of all the things that we've talked about that's Jerry alluded to the other day he wants to find out who your neighbor was when you were eleven years old, he can. Jerry's done even more legwork than we have as it relates to his personality and then let's not forget some of the stuff that we saw. This off season as it related to the Kobe Party and the drama with his wife and I look. It's separate from football, but my point is there stuff going on with him right now and Wile I. Definitely think he's always wanted to be in Dallas and I think a lot of fans would love to see him here I certainly always maintained he would upgrade this defense. He'd be an amazing edition of the secondary I. Think he's just in a space right now. That perhaps does not make sense for the cowboys to Adam, not only that it becomes series got to go through testing protocols. He's missed training camp He hasn't had an opportunity Gel with the system and then I don't even know if he'd be he's GonNa. Certainly missed the blue white scrimmage game. If they signed him this week I, don't know no and I think that. Who Wherever Earl Thomas Lands up. We saw this a little bit with an that's compare all of these people to each other at all. But you know we see a little bit that. You know. Antonio Brown and Pittsburgh. was. A delicate balance and as soon as he left what they had developed in terms of structure over there there were issues elsewhere and you know you see that as much as people thought Tara loans was was loud friend of the show here. Tarallo and much people thought he was he was loud in San, Francisco and stuff. There were bigger chemistry problems. They thought they saw after he left San Francisco and it. Feels like I think that there are certain dynamic personalities are certain personality types in the NFL that they fit only within certain structures they're not for everybody they're not cookie cutter and can go at any locker room. It's not one size fits all their special circumstances and locker room chemistry where you can plug in an Earl Thomas or an Antonio Brown or or something like that, and so I think for the cowboys. Late to practice condense because he had to wash car I I'm not. I'm not defending anything to be honest. There's a of me that wonders says, my conspiracy theory take we seen a lot of players do this reversing? Jackson we saw it in Jacksonville Little Jalen, Ramsey know. You provoke not enough. They trade share you get out of your contract now in this situation..
"jon kitna" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Listen to Jason on my way back. To the Miamis Burden. War room. Yes, sir. Been talking about a variety of things tonight, especially gosh football. No Big 10 football. We're going to have some fun in the eight o'clock hour sports stuff. You absolutely cannot get rid of Larry is in Florence. Florence. Y'all Larry, How are we doing tonight? You have no good just called earlier on and elected. That thing. You hear that different quarterback Joe? Yeah. Photo one more all See how good your memories number Jo Kap Jo Kap? Absolutely. The Minnesota Vikings game from Ma came from Canada. It came from the Canadian Football League. He was a rough and tumble. Great player. Write much, but he was a good one of my favorite players, Actually, Yeah, You know what? This is? No kidding, Larry when I remember writing a feature Several features on Jon Kitna. You remember him, and I said he's more He's Mohr Joe Cap than Joe Montana, You know? Yeah, that's what I wrote about about Kitna. But Yeah, Cap was one tough customer you really wants, and he, um, bind he embodied the toughness of the Minnesota Vikings..
"jon kitna" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Now the head coach for a North Texas high school football team K. R. L. these advert Greenstein has morals and high school hires Jon Kitna as its new head football coach and athletic coordinator Kitna was an NFL quarterback for sixteen seasons culminating his career with the cowboys in twenty eleven and he was the cowboys quarterbacks coach last season Kipnis says he's ready for the challenge we were trying to get on and get to know this community and let them get to know me Kitna takes over an Elks team that would six and four last season just barely missing out on the playoffs as for his expectations in twenty twenty we won't be out works and can be hard to find people to play harder to us into Greenstein newsradio ten eighty KRLD John can also spent some time as the head football coach at Waxahachie a few years back Italy has a Italy is approach imposed its most severe restriction on movement since World War two ordering the entire population go into lockdown since global rotavirus outbreaks began Italy has been one of the hardest hit countries aside from the epicenter China CBS's Charlie d'agata reports prime minister here has described the situation quoting Winston Churchill as Italy's darkest hour out if anyone wants to see what a worst case scenario looks like look no further than Italy it was the news in nation already on its knees I was dreading but as the crisis deepened it felt inevitable the announcement triggered a rash of panic buying here in Rome at shoppers in masks swarms supermarkets in fear of a country wide lockdown.
"jon kitna" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Feels like you're not supported ten forty eight AM breaking traffic alerts when they happen morning fog to the south of the Dallas fort worth area plenty of sunshine elsewhere temperatures will slowly warm through the fifties this morning and up into the mid to upper seventies on your way home from work winds will be light and variable a front let's to the north of us this evening an isolated storm towards the Red River valley otherwise we'll look for warming temperatures sixty two to eighty two tomorrow low to mid sixties for morning lows on Thursday with some drizzle highs in the mid eighties and a good chance for showers and rumble of thunder often on Friday into Saturday with highs only near sixty I'm meteorologist Dan burn off in the care of the weather severe weather for Warner brothers roofing right now it's fifty seven a KRLD it is ten forty one I'm John little live in other cities bands have played a new center and now you can pause and rewind live radio made you want to hear a KRLD news interview again check out the rewind feature in the radio dot com this time for the ten eighty pump watch now it is a dollar seventy six in southwest Dallas now yeah one seventy six at the Sam's club Cleveland road and I. twenty in north fort worth it's a dollar eighty one at the talkies thirty five W. and one fourteen and one eighty one in Frisco at the cosco at Dallas parkway near El Dorado the current local average in North Texas is a Buck ninety nine a Facebook miglior to cowboys fans is now the head coach for a North Texas high school football team K. R. L. these advert Greenstein has morals and high school hires Jon Kitna as its new head football.
"jon kitna" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Couch Derek Anderson Brady Quinn colt McCoy Brian Hoyer I mean the list is endless it really is go Google that and see how many quarterbacks have been chewed out and shoot up and spit out by the Cleveland Browns before we start having a conversation as to what the Bengals do quarterbacks here or even just do this little exercise if you have you know some time on your hands Google the list of quarterbacks who will put a uniform on for the Washington Redskins since the turn of the century great names like Brad Johnson and Jeff Georgian mark Brunell and Jason Campbell and Donovan McNab and RG three and Kirk cousins Alex Smith and Josh Johnson a colt McCoy and mark Sanchez case Keenum and lately Dwayne Haskins now if you look at just the starters the Bengals have had since the turn of the century who do we have Dave who do we have you have a Kelly Smith we have Neil o'donnell we have Gus Frerotte we have Jon Kitna and then a B. Dalton no I'm sorry then Carson Palmer thank you and that indeed all and in between we've had players stored because quarterbacks are because of injury right AJ McCarron Ryan Fitzpatrick but in terms of starters that's your list no I would submit that Neil o'donnell was pretty well cooked by the time he came here I would argue gusts for what was pretty well cook twenty came here Jon Kitna was a journeyman quarterback will really talking about Carson Palmer needed all that's weird you know just drop that and those that dollar national narrative which apparently happened again today on ESPN to me it's J. drives me nuts you want to bang on the bangles there's plenty of the bang on the bangles about they're the gift that.
"jon kitna" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Okay what if we were to go I figured or is it has two hundred thirty two views you've got a big family there okay that's a question for you yes the guy from Tampa we talk the guy from the temple vipers we said what advice would you give make man and there everybody else behind the scenes on something like this how do you make this thing this game more than just like yeah the XFL what is it that needs to be done in order to make this be taken seriously a couple of these guys got to make in the NFL despite Warner created NFL Europe just like Jake alone they're just like Jon Kitna there all those guys were out of football you don't even you are you without a football working for Paul Allen and he went Germany yeah a guy by the name of Damon Daymond man he works for you Billboard in Frankfort Germany Europe yeah those guys those guys made their mark they got back in the league and they became and and worst case a hall of Famer yeah so eventually that's what this league will need to develop that next player that makes it big in that that's right that guy developed in the XFL keep the thing going private and my last question could you if you wanted to make it in this league no not really go out there for one series Tom there for half of practice the girl kriti good we aren't field level it reminds me like when these guys get hit yes some of the clients over there are my all I would like to ask you when when you're doing that you don't think about it but now when you're watching those collisions it's a lot more fun to watch than that to be a part of a lesson Brock you're hurt anybody was out in the dry out in the parking lot here at Cairo when Russ Cimber said how hard you really throw the ball in the NFL and with that they went out into the parking lot and Brock make sure there were no cars in the background do you member this moment Brock oh yeah oh yeah yeah yeah what was what was the play would twenty five Y. banana or something like that for rice comes out of the studio goes out the back and you unleash I and you end up causing nerve damage in his left arm yeah yeah yeah show off our moment reporter stable club basketball player.
"jon kitna" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Because I love this game and so those moments and those are the ones much more than that Bach yeah thank you live or on the sidelines in the end zone okay what if we were to go I figured or is it has two hundred thirty two views you've got a big family there okay well that's great for you we have the guy from Tampa we talk the guy from the temple vipers we said what advice would you give make man and there everybody else behind the scenes on something like this how do you make this thing this game more than just like yeah the XFL what is it that needs to be done in order to make this been taken seriously there are a couple of these guys got to make in the NFL just like Warner created NFL Europe just like Jake alone they're just like Jon Kitna dear all those guys were out of football you know David York he was out of football working for Paul Allen and he went for me yeah a guy by the name of Damon Damon this man he works for you Billboard in Frankfort Germany all Europe yeah those guys those guys made their mark they got back in the league and they became and and her worst case a hall of Famer yeah so eventually that's what this league will need to develop that next player that makes it big and says that's right that guy developed in the XFL keep the thing going private and my last question could you if you wanted to make it in this league no not really to go out there for one series Tom there for half of practice there are pretty good when your on field level it reminds me like when these guys get hit yes some of the cringe over there are my all how did I do the house knows you when you're doing it you don't think about it but now when you're watching those collisions it's a lot more fun to watch than that to be a part of a lesson Brock you're hurt anybody was out in the dry out in the parking lot here at Cairo when Russ Cimber said how hard you really throw the ball in the NFL and with that they went out into the parking lot and Brock make sure there were no cars in the background do you member this moment Brock oh yeah oh yeah yeah yeah what was what was the play would be twenty five Y. banana or something like that for rice comes out of the studio goes out the back and you unleash I look at him and you end up causing nerve damage in his left arm yeah yeah yeah show a moment from moment to work through the week before that game of golf basketball player will catch up.
"jon kitna" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Best of my recollection I could be wrong about this occupying a huge chunk of the bangles payroll ends not sure the Bengals could be traded Jon Kitna for anything in return John was under contract for a number of years and I believe the Bengals actually made a mistake and not giving person a chance to play in two thousand three because I think the rest of the organization had to wait for him to play catch up in two thousand four well that that was that my prescription but you know you goal your old that culture to the night I just think thank you so much for the phone call I think in two thousand four quite frankly as much as the bangles were lauded for their approach with Carson Palmer I believe her Carson played at least a little in two thousand three the day would have been better equipped to hit the ground running the following year two thousand four they go eight me largely the same team brought back from two thousand three some obvious changes but to me that you're like okay now Carson's playing is never played before thank god and I know they were trying to go to the playoffs in two thousand three in kitten might have represented the best chance to get there but I always kind of felt like you know three the the plan should have been Carson's gonna play some maybe he's going to play a couple of series in the game but he's going to be a part of what we're doing and we're gonna get him real NFL wraps and then by for now you go now you take off and that didn't happen and I've always wondered what do you trajectory this franchise would have but maybe it's exactly the same of course and does play a little bit in two thousand three and so by the time he takes his first map in the regular season week one for your number on the road against the jets or he and the team a.
"jon kitna" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Tremendously improved and and probably foot work to would you talk a little bit about what Jon Kitna has done for you in that regard yes so much so much I don't I don't know if I've had a coach I don't think there I know I have an article to the NFL who's close me more on the take the technical support the technical part of the position and I'm thankful for that he's made a he's made so much room for growth in my career is going and going to allow me to grow so much more so thankful for him but he's got to take a lot of pride in what he does I take a lot of pride in the in the sport so we we talk about our land all season about how all these positions have gotten more and more technical about how to get better how to get the job done it for some odd reason the quarterback position has kind of went the opposite route where it's how do we throw off our back foot or how do we do this because a lot of times a game is it played perfect right of my feet are always said I I can't it's not Ross and I have these big guys and you said and on those guys coming after me so it's about how to make that throw and when I when I'm not ready but what he did was dollar back and say no matter if it's a simple out route your your full working everything's going to be clean because none of these other twenty people on the field matter it's you in the receiver when you're full works right when the time is right and the boss coming out so we can we're able to dial back and that in itself so much the lady at the it mmhm people I'm sure have read about his using very bonds as a yeah comparison for what he wanted you to do for those who haven't telling a little bit about that how did you receive it when he first brought that yeah I said room be that.
"jon kitna" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"The fan mail is out for a run this morning by the way by the way real quickly tomorrow night we're gonna be the shark club yeah that's the same man hotel in Frisco we're gonna be from five to seven with Tom Thumb in Frisco with Reggie care and then from seven to eleven me Kevin Colby you're gonna be party in our pants off that's right our club and you want to come out there man they had I think I when I was out there the other day I think I saw like thirty taps out their whole so that's just beers that doesn't include the rest of the bar it's a fantastic place I want to see out there tomorrow all right so Jon Kitna was on this morning I was out for a run and I was listening to this and then he was good Jeff stop by you know I get I don't even know I does he just wanted to be part of it or wanted to you know wanted to look John kit then adds or what but he sat down with them and they all had a really fun interview and there are a number of things that Jon Kitna talked about regarding dak and his leadership and we're gonna get into some of those things but one of the things we've kind of try to figure out about the Scott Lenahan offense and the cowboys offense now it sounds like some of the things haven't changed but I think there's a little more of an idea of what they really want to accomplish with this offense and let's go to cut seven on this in here how what they really want to accomplish with this office I think you're you know you're dealing with a very young offense that was growing together and veteran up front but yeah look it the receivers back play with last year none of them were there at the beginning of the season the NBA offseason excuse me and so you know there's there has to be bass becomes ability there and if you ask anybody I think in our from an organization Zeke is our best player is so we're gonna she if you were gonna give our best player a football and in ways that he can be really effective with it and then the passing game I believe becomes complementary to that and I think our our office philosophy is that is so it's not necessarily about having this anima gunslinger I don't really think that's what it is is but what we've talked about as being a home run hitter in a home run hitters kind of looking for one thing and one that pitch comes he's he's gonna try to tear the cover off the baseball and that's what we're doing more every play is designed to you know to get the give us you know down the field and we have to have aggressive mindset for that but when it doesn't we don't get were looking for we have to have the discipline to to check the football down there and discontinue make your now that right there you heard two things Hey they plan on having Zeke and you plan on getting a healthy helping of Zeke whenever he's on the field that I don't think that's going to change because they think he's a unique player and their best player so they're gonna continue given why wouldn't you give your best player the ball right but then whenever he talked about the philosophy of what they want to do every play is designed to have a big plate of Kevin you you went through chasing here it's a list of three things to make a good offense I think awhile back or a successful game recess will win and you always said there is the big play was always something that the the good chasing geared wanted his team to do but it seems like they don't do it enough it seems like the cowboys and a couple years Zeke's rookie year man I wouldn't through engine charted whatever they had a play of twelve yards or more they scored eighty nine percent of the time it was ridiculous whatever they twelve yards twelve yards or more whenever they didn't they didn't score ever but if they didn't have a a drive that had a play one play at least like that they didn't score field goal for touchdown and I think the number was like sixty five percent touchdowns whenever they had that situation arise sos they're always score touchdowns and they're getting big yards now do he says they want to do that but then he says but if it's not there if you don't see it then let's just keep the ball moving that's what their philosophy is now a lot of people get upset thinking well that's all that is is a dumper easy just a guy that throws the short pass only yeah everything behind the line of scrimmage with Dack well it's because the way their offenses design right are they gonna change that this year I don't do you think they're gonna change that part of it this year did you just hear what he said doesn't sound like it it does not sound like it it just says every now and again we'll also makes and that forty yard play which I don't know why this softens works pretty well and if you're able to add some explosive components to it where teams know that if they're not honest that they're gonna get burned by it I think that could open up the offense even more well it's something that though that we continue we looked at especially when you were saying kind of the the bad versions of dak was the points per game you were you were looking at what this office for and what will the defense will allow but you really you were trying to see an offense with this much talent that if you were to hand it to somebody else not Jason Garrett and then Jason Garrett led offense of coordinator if you were to hand this to I don't know anybody that's that was in the playoffs this past year this offense is a thirty thirty five up points a game yeah right yeah but with this office of group you're not that that's what I want to change because I see this opens a group I see how much talent they have in the office of line in the wide receivers the quarterback of the running back you should be putting up points all over the place not hang around twenty four points a game the I just saw this from the nine oh three always feel free to text in eight seven seven eight eight one one oh five three dumper because he's S. and let's go to cut three on here this is Jon Kitna address if he thinks that his **** time though yeah that's a great thrower the football and in spite of what people have tried to create the narrative of he's a great toward a football and in makes throws very easily yes I was just about going to the right place and and we added some new concepts yesterday that we really kind of hand have been working on and and he read a well it in all this stuff and you know if you ask Dack yesterday at the he had a little bit of frustration about yesterday because he wants to score every time and that's it I think that's the fun thing about coaching him is every rep he wants to win and he doesn't accept not winning that race he wants to know why we didn't win the wrath so the sun Hey if you think he's as others quarterback coach didn't think that Italy's he thinks he's a great passer of the football yes I don't understand I know we come back to this time again I don't understand that line of logic like you need to watch the games better or like be happy with the result like if you don't think he's in a lead quarterback and he never will be okay I can certainly live with that opinion but if you think that he socks I just I don't understand where that line of logic comes from at all like nothing bears that out if you watch the game and you see like all the situations that he's capable of bringing this team back from and the things that he's able to do I don't see how you think you socks if you look at the stats he doesn't soccer we compared him to Carson Wentz the other day and shame that person did you destroy it her cousins holding as well yeah it's like the numbers don't bear it out the winds still bear it out the game film doesn't bear that out I just don't get it if you're like well hell never be as good as drew Brees okay I'm not here to argue against that maybe you're right in fact you know when you probably are right is he ever going to be as good as one of the greatest quarterbacks in the modern era okay probably not but to how does that mean that he's socks I don't get it the other thing to the Jon Kitna was talking about was the leadership quality one of the things I don't know and anybody who says he sucks discounts that two zero I don't think I don't think the a lot of people recognize what Jon Kitna was a leader he may not have been made out of been the best quarterback right like yeah he was good sure but as far as the guy in the locker room that dude was a guy that if you ever want it I wouldn't account was locked room plenty of times and people were brought revolved around him they wanted to be near him be part of what he was doing and they wanted to understand you know the message he was trying to get out there and they just liked him and so when he's talking about that one of the things we've discussed and we didn't I didn't ask Jordan this but and the defense loves to watch Jack play in the fourth quarter and obviously it's because the offense puts them in a situation because basing your it says third quarter we're doing the same thing we did in the first quarter don't want this game to get to on competitive yeah right so feeling he does say that forces deck to be fourth quarter hero which is a great thing if you want to be a guy that sit there saying Hey I'll I'll I'll I love this guy and they they do they love in the locker room and get to have this to say about his leadership qualities the I I get to go in and speak to a lot of different people in companies and things like that they'll bring me into speak on leadership in our state you know leadership the top two qualities you want to have this consistency and authenticity and that I think that cats that overflowing levels he's consistent daily he doesn't take days off mentally at all and he's very authentic and he's the same day in and day out and so that's what people are drawn to and you can yeah there might be things you don't like but you know that two years since so you can handle that and he's not changing with the winds I think that's what a great leader to to to to treat you need to have to be a great leader and that right there for me I think is the reason since day one FOR dak that I've been perfectly fine with him as the cowboys quarterback I've seen so many players you can say Ryan leaf you can go look at all the failure failed quarterbacks at young ages they didn't make it and look at how the they turned on the media or they turned on a teammate or they turned on their coach or they just didn't know how to handle all the other pressure that came along with it and you have it dax stepped in against Seattle in a preseason game and threw a strike for a first down on the first play and then worked his way for a touchdown and since then has not been phased by anything maybe maybe he was phased by Atlanta maybe he got the yips a little bit yeah fifty eight times in one game what I absolutely would be but you know what you never heard him throw anybody under the bus you never you you you always see this guy doing everything right sure the answer key and sometimes it in the end that's fine too but he does that waiver whenever the day comes he wakes up and he's like alright we're gonna go out there and try and win today and if everybody's with me were all good if you're not well you better get on the train I want I want to read one of these were getting a lot of feedback as you know you frequently do with daft a severance from nine zero three it's frustrating because he will never be a Lee yet we have to pay him a leak money all right that's fair because I think that's when I started to sour on Tony Romo is everyone was like all what a magical story it is that he's an undrafted free agent and I'm thinking well hell yeah we got over nothing and so he's gonna do stuff that's awesome but it then you paid to have all the money.