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The awkward retirement of Tom Joyner

20 Minute Morning Show

16:07 min | 11 months ago

The awkward retirement of Tom Joyner

"It was everybody before we start the twenty minute morning show. Let me tell you about anchor. If you've never heard of anchor this is the easiest way to make a podcast so let me explain Blaine. It's free there's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or your computer anchors going to distribute your podcast for so it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts and many more you can make money from podcasting with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast and one place so listen. Download the free APP right now or go to anchor dot. FM to get started. And now stand by for the twenty minute morning show from our studios in Charlotte North Carolina. Tom Joyner is the host list of America's number one syndicated urban morning. Show the Tom Joyner morning. Show airs in more than one hundred and five markets nationwide reaching reaching nearly eight million listeners. Today at ten A. M. Eastern the show goes off the air urban morning radio legend. Tom joyner retires retires. That's what we're talking about. On the twenty minute morning show for Friday December thirteenth. It has always been to empower people. But to empower I entertain. We do show for for African Americans. That's what we do times on a more. I remember when the show started in nineteen ninety-four little. Did we know what the outcome was going to be using experiment. Black Radio never before had we had one major talent covering all the major cities in America in warning. Dr Tom Joyner in the morning show started in Dallas Texas longtime morning out of four in Dallas. WGN afternoon. He was the flight. Jack I remember growing it up when I was in college listening to Tom. joyner warning beat Tom joyner riding Tom Jordan. Every time I got a chance to be close to always make an extra effort to be in his presence and soak up the greatness because we all aspire to be like him and his success. I feel feel kind of melancholy about this whole episode. Because I don't believe in. My Heart. Departs the Tom Joyner was ready to retire. There's something that was going on behind the scenes because this is a very competitive man of what I know of Tom. Shorter is a competitive dude. Many just don't give give love something so valuable like that. Even I'm GonNa Limited to save is even when I was listening to the transition between Kim handing the keys to the town morning. Show Rickey Smiley. They were still awkwardness about it. Somebody scooped US president. Lisa supposed to be coming out in a few minutes but the new morning show. That's GONNA replace the time during the morning show. Aw say hi to Rickey Smiley. Nobody like you for the opportunity. Okay Okay Okay thank you for dinner. Thank you and your team Gary with Martin could more sale L.. Get to all of you eva around the baby. Do the baby's doing two months turn. Okay Okay and the new show starts January second January the second. Yeah Yeah. Congratulations as man. Now is a long road Twelve years We got this opportunity. Ninety seven nine to beat in her we just took it in. It took a lot of advice that you gave in just ran with. Just try to Do a good show do a lot of stuff in the community and everybody worked really hard even been with me for twelve years in so we just can't get rid of them Fungus I believe that we all sit in the same ruined the microphone. Because we don't get to listen to your so 'cause we own it the saints so so fun I've been on your show before but I I just thank God first of all because I told you last night at dinner you had no idea when I was on the book while morning. This show and Birmingham on W J I would. They would get mad at me because I was run over to the studio to listen to your show. Now our call in sick to go see a sky show every time he was like. Why are we come to work? I just idolize. You just have so much respect respect what you thank you for the opportunity. Thank you everything that you talk Well I'm not wanting Tom. Tom joyner intimately I really. Don't I mean I've sat down with Tom Several Times I remember last time we talked I was working at one zero three and Chicago and it was the bud billiton parade and he got in his limo. I got in there with them. Not Talk to Tom About you. Know the beginning of the Steve Harvey show that was back in two thousand six two thousand seven and my show was replaced by Steve. When I was doing mornings at Dallas and I said in a Limo Thomas at time you know you need the real get more get more like intimate get more personal man you know you? You've Audis experiences and we don't really hear about your personal stories on the air and so remember. Remember the following week or two I tune in and I heard Tom really talking about personal stories like that and any kind of reverted back to the will be a way of doing it but I mean who was out of town. Tom joyner super talented brother. WHO's made millions of dollars doing it on a high level? I was only trying to help time. And I'm just saying the Tom joyner man. This is just. Don't feel right to me. Is Incomplete ending to to a story. Tom John I don't believe he ever wanted to in his radio syndicate syndication career. Like this. I just don't believe it. I'm not going to believe it. Am I going to try to make myself believe that. This is how the end of the journey would be for him. It's syndicated radio. That's why the we banter between him and rookie Somali. I think it was fake. I think was forced. I think they were trying to force laughing four for speaking cordial in that setting. Because you know I just don't believe it. I wish. Good luck to ricky you know. You're you're filling the shoes of an institution like Tom. Joyner and I think both of those shows I like night and day and and we'll see how it all comes together but you're replacing an institution and Tom joyner's so on one hundred five markets. You're going to hear ricky okay. Tom Beginning on January. The second. But let me tell you Tom. Joyner is the prototype of what every black district this jockey grownup wanted wanted to be. We wanted to be like Tom. We wanted to have the same kind of career like Tom. We wanted to have those opportunities to work in the major cities. Tom is a brother from from Alabama. And I remember mad hatter back in the day from Tuscaloosa Alabama. He was Tom. Joyner Mehta that Alabama Obama because some of us. This jackets could make it out because we use these and dims and as soon as they hear these these dams on audition date they throw out tape of the trash. Let's get he's the Tom Joyner. He made it and I'm GONNA be Doing a little series on inside urban media all on black radio and some of the things that you've probably never heard behind the scenes things that make black radio what it is today and keep in mind during the Million Man March all of these black radio stations were responsible before forgetting about two million black men on the mall in Washington D.. We see and of course Tom. JOYNER's show was one of them and all the bliss black this jockeys across the country there were on in those different cities and nineteen ninety-five ninety five helped fill up the mall in Washington. Nineteen ninety-six comes and the Telecommunications Act that Bill Clinton allowed radio station owners to own more than six radio stations in one city thus began the dismantling of black independent competitive additive. Radio so companies started gobbling up stations. And where you had two stations that were competitors. Now they bought that station and made it another counter kinda station and then they put syndication on it and then you eliminate all the black voices that were in the local community that were able to galvanize talk about things happening happening but when syndication came it just obliterated and eliminated the chance for us to communicate one on one with our audience again and now you're out of work work but they have the Tom Joyner show on and then later on Kmby Steve Harvey Show and all the other syndicated products that you know. Radio Station Owner you owners us to save money. It's a business decision but also I think maybe one of the only people as outside of other of other a group of people that are talking about what syndication had done to black media. But it's not the black disc jockeys fault. It is a more ray a plan plan and I think we don't really look at it like that and I think you're making a mistake not to look at the king. Alfred plan which is made eight to stop communications between black people and cutting off all avenues to reach each other and dismantling black radio through. Syndication was one of the okay so anyway God bless Tom Joyner for what he's begun. He showed black disc jockeys that you can make more than minimum salary for one thing because at one point was about fourteen million dollars a year in salary and of course one of my personal friends was Donnie Simpson. Who would always make sure that his salary was made public because he wanted to black? Dj's to know you can make more than the minimum salary they a lot of people were paid to do a morning radio show so it was something really look up to and Tom Joyner. He's one of our stars. He is the iconic beacon of light for black radio disc jockeys to aspire to you you okay now with social media you know you don't have to wait to have a syndicated show through a radio company you can create that on your own so we're glad that we have an example full of how those things should operate through the Tom. Joyner morning show through the excellence in magnificence of Tom joyner bringing different voices in the community to talk. Talk to us to explain things to us and to help us. During these critical election times rolling Martin all these other great people who are introduced to us through the Tom Joyner morning show Sybil Wilkes of course Charlotte homegirl used to work in the Charlotte market. been with him a long time and all the other other great people who helped him build marrige and everybody from the beginning Tom. Jonah is a magnificent ringmaster and orchestrated. He is a great quarterback of radio. And our hats off to you. We love you Tom. If you get a chance to listen to this podcast I want you to know that I love you brother and I hope we can get together one day again and have a sit down and talk and talk about how we're going to chart a course for black media through through social media and using radio for the next generation as we head on out of here so God bless you and God bless you Ricky's molly but success to the U.. And all the other people who aspire to be people of consequence Tom joyner definitely a man of consequence in his twenty five the year syndication radio career. But I'm telling you in an over watch the next episode of you can mark that right here on this podcast pocket. BJ Murphy's Tom Jones is not fixed. This is you in urban Internet News National News and information for and about people of Color. Welcome to you. I N his Brooklyn Alexander. There's a new warning out just in time for holiday. 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50 Shades of Dating  Episode 0

PodcastDetroit.com

11:36 min | 1 year ago

50 Shades of Dating Episode 0

"You're listening to the PODCAST DETROIT visit. WWW DOT past detroit dot com before information everyone super joining us today for fifty shades of dating I'm carly some Mathis Stacey joyner and this happens to be hearing from you and thank you for your time today and that is carly slid stacey till next time care the ups and downs of dating you know more downs than ups but it was definitely a moment to form a book which was called Fifty Shays dating and in that book it was more of or less of us just like we're on the go a lot but I do WANNA give Kara Lisa chance to introduce ourselves so go ahead again carly saw then we clicked we enjoy hanging out and things like that but definitely part of US hanging out was we it's where we were just like okay what are we doing why are we out here trying to go to every other happy hour and not really getting a response order response that we want it It was something that we started. Well what else can we do because outside of the book in today's Day and age and no books are great but Everybody likes to listen joining us today Yeah I definitely WanNa give us both a chance to talk about you know how we start it like being of course dating is something that you do all the time but everybody has different requirements for aiding and part of our requirements was not necessarily going to happy hours just to drink and eat I mean teeth that we've learned over the years I wanna go ahead and introduce myself I'm Stacey just oh you little bit about how we started and why we started I met Carl Lisa through work so many years ago kind of come up with a book because it was catchy and we said Okay let's call it fifty shades of dating and the money thing about it we have so many experience having about the experiences we had because all my were they some experiences and Carlson I just started thinking like okay insist that after we thought they were bad experiences but we found out they were quite hilarious to the fact that a lot of people when he heard about some of the stories we had they couldn't believe and they were just like that Korea relationships and love and all of that so we have our own personal and professional experiences and we would love to share with you and thank you again for a little later on in this way a lot of people can get a chance to hear us we eventually would love to have you to actually send any randy letters emails to us and then what sort of threw me off was getting to know everybody it wasn't always as friendly it was very that was a great part of it but part of the happy hour was to get to know people and so enjoy that and basically like Stacey said we we met on the job and we became close friends afterwards and we were discussing about dating out here in the city and we wanted to on your front door who say hey how you doing i WanNa meet you let's get married but it does give us a point of saying the I guess filled with infidelity there we go and I think have questions a little bit about my background we both come actually from human service field so we have a lot of experience and expertise but in the same since we still wanted to say like hey we don't Wanna sit at home because love isn't GonNa come in great love and so we decided you know I'm tired of this I'm tired of the dating online so has always said let's do happy hour so that way do at home and you know go sleep early the next day but we found out we try all kind of places some of our hilarious story so you guys can laugh with us and no we will not give names dates but China's new interiors about it so at that point you know we kind of started later on I think about well maybe we'll do a podcast instead and maybe come back to the at least we're out at least we're trying and for me I know a lot of the Times our say Kara Lisa she remembers more when we were that's something that I don't know our WANNA be a part of a win things like when we would meet people and just the characters yeah definitely you know like we have different topics that we already know that we wanna talk about it you know of course we're going to share it a different avenue a different way of trying to get out there and actually meet some want in person compared to actually online dating has dating is a never ending saga you know if you're married you need to have date night because you can only us to like okay well let's take it back a little bit and go out and start trying to meet other people so that online dating that was really the one hearing like if anybody wants to give us additional topics and say like hey this is what's going on now this is the hot spot or you know yeah and she will remember names and people and that was just like if you weren't part of my brain space and I didn't feel like Oh go here you know these guys these girls are just horrible here you know we're open to that because you know we're definitely looking bat once yes I'm starting right so we became full critics talk but you know it was just we're GONNA get further into that and one other topics but today we just want to give you a little idea about what we're about and kind of go from there basically number though so I think that's where they kind of came from The the funny thing is we kinda started off I think with one line dating to so that Kinda we can actually leave work okay member worked Galveston great fame and then one person drivers they would take turns and they say no parking it was just like that's not what I'm looking for that's not what I'm looking for and like I say car listen I have been friends for a long time and I knew that she was looking for the second try let me try it out again we already know that you should just leave it at the first but you've tried again that's why we always trying to say we're looking for that loan I should give you anything for my brain's Base I was like okay I'm done and Carl Lisa will remember them as they like hey you remember him we saw him a couple of aim for new places to go and you know being out in seeing people and just helping people find love and find dating definitely You you want that personnel complement you and not to depend on right there it was just Kinda got a coin so we try so many different ones and you go on your first day sometimes a red flag in the U. so allow it like no shade if the shoe fits but okay but definitely we do have topics where open that's the bottom line you want somebody to bring home your favorite food drink our first actual podcast and we're going to be discussing relationships dating and love so we hope to offer tips and some are experts ice-cream yeah you know Rub your feet is say you know hey I was thinking like do you want to go to this restaurant here you know that's that's the part of life you want a companion to have that life with and complementary life yes yes that's what it is it's about complementary so many diapers listen to Sesame Street oh why did you know all these things so for so long before you like I need adult conversations uh-huh okay well thank you so much for tuning in for with US and definitely you'll be hearing more Roma's yes we look forward yes we have the happy hours so you know you're trying to be professional people also may perhaps you know they're getting off of work also and you still have enough time to go home do what you need the yeah yeah so everybody wants to win and love I mean that's the whole part of what Adam and Eve begin it comes along with it and if there's any way that we can be of help out there that's even better so that's why we still excited to be doing what we're doing now and we enjoyed the time everybody wants to be loved right you know and it doesn't matter who you are or what you you know want you you still want loved Um I guess I remember they you know they always say if you repeat the ones name and they know that you know that you were talking about it because like I said we've been there done that and we want to hear from you too so we all been through this experience together and we all come out and win aside ABS- that's part is missing and that's missing then you know just Kinda WanNa wait on probably be net other person space yes again not I guess what's the word I'm thinking car Lisa complement and that I'm trying I'm at one that you want to have that committed relationship with so there's no way of skipping it saw is like we need to delve into it and discuss a lot of the places sometimes we would just leaving Gogol justifying our what's next two thousand great restaurants Oh yes we really in an adult beverages Carlo thank stacy that Dany is this a part of it we all have to date before face and I'm trying to you know sometimes we do we do well we're playing off of one another but sometimes we just be sitting there like I not today but okay so that's that's some of the things we're GONNA be talking about this loving yourself in yes Slav conflict within yourself and now we definitely WanNa work with some of that because.

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KC Joyner

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

26:59 min | 2 months ago

KC Joyner

"It's time to eat. Four, sit down and get ready to consume abundance of fantasy football knowledge from Ross Tucker and Joe Dolan me now. On the fantasy feast and podcast? Yeah. Let's eat. Maybe the fantasy feast eating. Proud. Oh my gosh, I'm not even restarting I am not even restarted. This is how authentic and genuine we are on this show I don't know that that's ever happened to me before but you know what? Second God's like Italian about something you just rolled. Okay. Nobody's perfect. Sometimes you messed. Up I've only done about his Jillian. What is this fantasy podcast? Number? Four, hundred, twenty, six are you kidding me? Are you kidding me Ross evidently, I'm not kidding you. It's not. It's the fancy feast podcast. It's presented by fantasy points dot com use the code feast to make sure you get the discount and by the way that's how you get into the season long. Draft. Me and Joe. Dona. You can't like it anymore because I'm about the announced the last two winters I am all soccer by the way former NFL offensive lineman five, seven years bunch of podcasts. Tomorrow we'll have greg cosell on the Ross Doug football podcasts always a treat as is by the way today's guest who's got some similarities to Greg cosell although he's more on the Mat numbers analytic side Love Kate. joyner been following his work for a long time to go back to the four letter network and other places yet follow him on twitter at Casey Joyner T. F., S. Casey thank you so much coming on the show I. Really appreciate you. All right. So Casey Joyner t.f s that's the football scientists right? I guess the best stands for the scientists that is our I like all the books you have many leather bound books behind you. Yes. Lava flow publicly encyclopedia collector on it comes to football bucks must have probably forty five collection. Wow, that is awesome. So before we even a die I know guys are dying to know who the last two contestants are for the season long leaks in that in a second but for people that aren't familiar with your work as I am, can you give them the background in what you're doing now? Background is back in two thousand three at his side of the wanted to write a bill dame style football book and I, quit my job cashed out four one K. wrote a book in about eighteen months. A send a bunch of copies overnight and DR Z from sports illustrated I happen to find his address. He liked the book wrote an article about it for dot com and that led to a mean NFL teams or buying a book I got a job is the end. So all of that happened on the been at half the teams of Persia books since player agents banned for fourteen years covering the NFL agency, Football College football, the draft, and anything else they asked me to write about. Finally going off my own Nahla after leaving the. Network and on website called the football scientists dot com and doing that as a side Gig since two four. So I do fantasy football Matera Gomez. Seventeenth additional this year, and then also added the stuff I used to write for that network. Now writing you're for my side is part of my pater subscription services. Very Very Cool Casey well congrats is someone that left the four letter network to go out on my own I. Know It's a little bit intimidating for sure. But ultimately for me, it was rewarding and it's kind of Nice to work for yourself and try to grow something. It's not easy Brian I scrap and claw all the way with things like giving away entries play a season long fantasy league against me Joe Dolan. As long as you take advantage of our sponsors and or get a subscription, a fantasy points dot com that's Joe's fantasy site fancy points dot com use the code feasts the final two entries by the way Hugo in combat city managers because I wanted to have somebody from Quebec City I think I think people say Quebec City I think I think he's supposed to when you're up there to I know anyway Quebec City. and. Then Eric fell hey, who just went crazy fantasy points signed up for Henry's rated all the shows et Cetera. So those are the last two entries everybody else maybe next year we'll do something. During the season, maybe I need to talk to draft draftkings about that. So. Let's get into it Casey because you've got your our texting back and forth you got some really interesting nuggets for this year and opinions. With where you're seeing guys getting drafted right now, that are extremely relevant right now, one of which is you believe that a lot of Tampa Bay buccaneers are still undervalued Gelo and fantasy drafts I do. If you look at the factors, go into Tampa Bay this year you've got obviously you've got the talent got Brady. You've got Evans you've got God when you've got you've got. Howard you've got you've got a Ronald Jones when you've got a ton of Tau on that team and they also have a very highly favorable schedule from what call natural points perspective. So you're looking at how people do how well people do get coverage or go. They're run blocking that got favorable schedules both those areas. One of the most important thing to me is Michael Fireworks. Fireworks points is something that measures how likely it is that a team is going to get a high scoring games 'cause high scoring games. Those are being where teams each team scores twenty four points. Those games account for a big disproportionate percentage of fantasy points scored you, WanNa, get players those games obviously. They have some the highest fireworks points tolls in the League to you add that to a Bruce Arians offense, and by the way note on Tom Brady related to this Bruce Arians office people think is vertical passer of causing a lot of aggressive verbal passing. The Buck can pass as Adema inside the ten yard last year to whom they getting close. They're gonNa let Brady's football. you start adding all those factors together act. This is going to be one of the most explosive offenses in the league and yet I keep looking at the players grades. They're all being drafted usually out or two later than I think they should based on what they're upside. I like it. That's one good nugget. We're going to get it in some individuals and some of these are nice. You know first of all, Casey, we're all over. You to now YouTube dot com slash Ross Tucker. NFL, and our intern intern. Caja doesn't unbelievable job where their social media clips and I'm just tell you when we were texting and you said Patrick. Mahomes. IS OVER OUR Good one. Oh, that'd be a good one on the social media clip. So you tell me Casey why Patrick Mahomes is overrated. He's operated in fantasy sense I. think he's the best player in the NFL from that perspective. of any sense yeah I do think is overrated. deathly can explain why mentioning up fireworks points. IDEA. NFL teams have been twenty four NFL teams twenty four teams inedible industry the scored over five or two points. If you put those teams into fireworks contest gas, each team score twenty or more points, you would think those teams farewell as the total they won fifty nine point eight percent of their games. If you take a couple of teams in the exception will outlier teams in there. The rest of the team's went fifty five percent of their games. It's basically tossed proposition for these high scoring offences when they get into the. Power evenly getting a high scoring game to fifty fifty proper them. Andy. Reid. Learned that lesson twenty eighteen because Kansas City who had a terrible record in those fireworks game. So in two, thousand, nine, hundred and said I'm going to bring Bagnall I'm going to show up the defense and in the first half of the year he kept on the ball as often as he had but as the second half of. The season came along its back Knowle's defense started gel any start to run the ball more frequently even still throw it and obviously during the playoffs when he got behind, you said Hey we're going to cut it loose. We're GONNA, play that style of offense, but he gets now to where he passes to get the lead and then he starts to run to win and I think but we saw in the Second half of the season where they ran the ball a heck of a lot more they had earlier in the year they were on pace to Roy. Six hundred passengers can be more like five five fifty passes. If you proceeded over course of season I. think that's what they're gonNA do this year in line throw them five, hundred, fifty times and their schedule by the way is fairly difficult to both Fireworks Perspective and from natural points respective I started adults factors together and I just can't get a path to get this guy to be the number one quarterback in irate quarterbacks fantasy on an overall upside and downside basis he's to overall three upside to downside I think is of rape fantasy quarterback. I would not take number one I. Don't think. I, think he has maybe two in ten chance of finishing as. A quarterback in the league in everybody's drafting as it is that. While I love Casey I love art. Let's keep them go. These are good Cam Newton still undervalued in your mind he is under by it I don't understand it because. Rushing quarterbacks it doesn't take a lot rushing quarterbacks to be successful. They have to combine rushing success past success. But if you have a lot of brushing success, you don't need quite as much passing success. He's blown away camp checking I i. think idea that candidate is not going to fit into the ballot check system that he's GonNa push back and he's he's GonNa meet Birth Guy Nope all reports out a bit Reddin. Stem is not playing very well. So he's GonNa play well in Offense Bell Jake is GonNa, call running plays maybe not as many running plays as what he saw down in Carolina Newton's going to run the football. You know he's football maybe near the goal the line he's got a good set of receivers around you've got a very creative play calling scheme I keep looking. At this gone, he's somebody who if he gets if he could rush for four yards and four or five, maybe six touchdowns, not a ton I mean it's a good number quarterback we're talking for Cam Newton, that's not a huge volume if he were to do that and just put up what kind of numbers you'd expect any decent quarterback put in the new. England offense you're. Talking Borderline qb one, and it wouldn't take much of an upgrade there in the passing game or getting a little more Russian production. Maybe a couple of extra touchdowns suddenly, Baltimat- do in eighth or ninth or tenth in quarterback points, and yet he sitting being drafted as Mitchell qb to I'm looking at going people I understand that you know you might have to delegate Skim you'd. Think. So but if you look at the past to get to that point, he's got a lot of pastor back. I've got upset graded. My draft got as the number nine quarterback at qb to at the Cuba. To cheer you don't have many quarterbacks they can get to that level. So relaxed we can get on here. So surprised me though based on everything you're saying about. Cam Newton is how down you evidently are on Josh L.. And? Because Allen had here's the thing now. So we've got the Russian production mentioned that you gotTa have the passing production to. But looking at Allen's rushing production and go Kay will there's that sets an upper down metric I real. Like a lot of consistency in my quarterbacks don't under somebody's GonNa give me twenty three points week and then eight the next because you have the twenty three might help me get a win but the eight might help me get a loss so I really. Want consistency. He has trouble in that consistency area with the big problem ahead. There's the people think that they're assing of is going to get so much better because Josh finished next to last for sports simple solutions in vertical yards per attempt just one of the worst vertical passes in the league, and that's where he threw the ball eleven more yards downfield. Terrible and so they bring in digs. Digs is going to be the solution look at digs vertical numbers last year how well he didn't Berko passes he had tremendous numbers top ten in targets receptions of the per chapters. Number categories were digs was a very good vertical receiver. But if you start looking at him over the course of his career and you look at twenty nineteen compared to the rest of his career twenty, nineteen outlier and digs was motivated as heck to get out of Minnesota, he wanted to put up numbers so they can move them and he did. That motivation and I think we're GONNA go see the usual Josh digs are a step on Dick sniffly see the usual step on digs and he puts up the numbers that he did before. He's not gonNA upgrade the passing game, and in fact, it would take one digs injury and the bills offense is back to where it was last year and I just ran looking at those numbers dancing I. Think Alan will do some things on the ground game I think is GonNa be productive there I don't think the passing production is going to be enough to say I can rely consistently is my qb one. That's why I've got him to Cuba to cheaper 'cause it just don't trust the consistency. Before. We get into a bunch of guys you like that are still undervalued 'cause I. I like that I like trying to get those guys in my drafts, which is awesome. I. Should mention that some of these guys look like they'd be awesome for fast as well and the players I played the. Draft Kings. There are one hundred million reasons why you should listen up right now. 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For more details on undervalued I'M GONNA call this undervalued row okay Casey. Teddy, Keti Bridgewater, and Carolina. Teddy Bridgewater when he came out of a in the draft? He passed six hundred seventy protocol parcels, rules parcells rules are the rules of Bill parcells came up with than he was in the NFL deciding who is draft a quarterback and I had somebody who had ended the only rule that bridgewater didn't pass our though seven rules was that he wasn't a senior and I had an ability to get in touch a partial. So I asked him well, bridgewater graduated. So wouldn't that counts the seventh role? He said yeah if he grabs Cindy graduated I would give. Him The idea that hasn't been a senior. So bridgewater passes all seven of the parcels rules. When you look at the history of people who pass all seven of those rules, they have the percentage of players who reach a leak levels in the NFL's pretty significant. It's like a tremendous number of quarterbacks who pass all seven. So he has the injury as some. He doesn't reach that level yet but when you get down to Carolina Carolina right now stocking up a wide receiver look at the roster. Competition Right now, this of up a wide receiver. So I'm seeing a path of six hundred passes as huge. He does a great job protecting the ball. He's well the metric have combat decision rate the measure. So often the quarterback makes mental errors, least turnovers. So I think the turnovers going to downgrade upgrade to the receiving a course wealth. So I, really like that part of it, he will run the ball some I think you'll give you he's not going to be Brady's not going to sit. Back there and give zero, eight, hundred, fifty, two, hundred yards, and a couple rushing touchdowns maybe three or four things go well. So start to look at all that and say, well, isn't a pass heavy offense he's got good receivers. He had parcells rules that it has elite talent I keep adding these up on this guy likes qb to I don't always going to be a qb one but in a to Cuba I absolutely want him and I think he's going to have some very good. Games. Division, where you're going to get a lot of high scoring contests, you get against Tampa. You get against the. These are games you probably going to get is scoring contests. Agni's together I'm like I'm going to bet that I wouldn't mind bridgewater my lineup in half the games this season, and if that's the case he should be available qb to and yet again, people are thinking. As maybe again, a low in Cuba to a lot of drafts he's not in being taken. So right pickup waiver wire drafts to that a couple of running back cetera undervalued on the next one interesting because people are really high on him and it seems like they're valuing again really high. So I'm curious how you going to tell me that Mile Sanders from the eagles is still undervalued. He's undervalued I. Think he's got good volume PR leagues but the ADP's on seeing in Standard Leagues. Borderline of one every two. And okay, he's probably going to be the lead back. Not Quite be bell cow, but I can easily see the path that three hundred touches. So okay, he's he's got at down. He did very well in the last quarter of the year last year in a metric. I have called good blocking yards per attempt metric track for over a decade. Now good blocking arts measures how productive a ball carrier is when you give him quality run blocking if you can get into the nine yard higher category here nine, you're a higher. Range here you're in the League here he was at nine, put one in the second or the last four games of the year. So He's at that level league average usual about seven point nine. So but if you're in that nine to ten range, you can get in that area. You're going to be a production when they give you quality run blocking the eagles have a very good offensive line. Another gotta make some changes there just came back. So take take place Brooks. So they've got a couple of people in need replacement. Stronger blocking the schedules by favorable to so I see sanders in all environments because he's breakaway back in the lead back could be about cal he's on that border when you start adding those factors together with when I think is going to be good run blocking and a quality schedule and mentioned fireworks the NFC says as a division the highest viral wants total of leaks I think they're going to be a lot. Of High Scoring Games in that division, add those factors together I think he ought to be a probably a mid to be or one in every environment. Again, in standard, he's being taken closer to an rb one Arbutus of the twelve thirteen level NPR leagues is only being drafted night and I think he's good upside higher than that. So I do think he's maybe not terribly undervalued, but yet think is under Vadym. Hobbies. All right. So venue got. Another running back in Winnipeg Ravine but the other side of the state and that's James Connor loud people really down on connor primarily because he just can't stay healthy but you still like I still like him a lot number reasons. One of the things you see with Pittsburgh over the years is every seat every few seasons. will say we're going to go pass happy for whatever reason they get away from being here this. Happened a few times happened at atomic now that happened at twenty eight team. I got really pass happy and then twenty nineteen hours they couldn't get past because while this word gets her but I thought last year they going to get back to a more run over approach I. Think this show they're gonNA continue to get to more running over approach especially reports. Now, that Rothlisberger Army in outlook quite as good of Lake looks like he's getting a little banged up like he's not throwing a well in deep passes for report from the athletic. So, they're not gonNA pass advocacy you're GONNA be more run heavy team. Pittsburgh. Has the most favorable match point schedule on the ground game leagues. So they've got incredibly favorable schedule Connors in a contract year and Thomas said repeatedly, I want to have a bell cow back. He showed it with the Levian belly wants to have a guy who's going to be the guy they got some talent the back. Okay got. It got McFarland got some talent behind him but I think they want him to play on being in a contract year. I think conners will be motivated by that. So I think he's GonNa. Lead. Back, Belco production I think is going to be on the border between being cut back on a called elite back where you don't get quite all the curious, but you get most of them. So he's going to be at that level. He's going to get that kind of production and he's going to catch play passes to so I've got him even with those factors I could see a him to be a low to mid your rb one but I've got him ranked right on the border of everyone rb to look at ADP levels he's getting drafted as an rb to slash rb threes twenty, two, twenty, three. So depending on if you're a ten or twelve team league you. Might be lasted into the third round. That's just ridiculous for work. Kind of upset. He can offer love that Cincinnati because he's that type of a bat because where he's at their, you can draft him to his floor I. Love The idea drafting guy saying if I draft him as a to he might give me one production but I know he's GonNa probably give me to production if you can give people at that level where you're dragging to the floor and that's where they're going to be in everything above what everything from there was going to be upside play I love those kinds of players. So he favorite guy if I can get him as rb to I would be thrilled. At. How Counting Ridley is I just don't understand why again he's another one of those high floor high ceiling players where you look at his production on a yards per tim basis basis WanNa call stretch further yards for temp basis retro being when you throw about twenty or more yards downfield US start looking at Calvin released production in that area in those areas in his highly consistent and he's one of those guys were. Again. If things go well for him, would anybody be surprised if the lecture why? While she want in fact if if things were really wealthy might be she returned wide receiver nine, I think anybody would be surprised. You start to see his draft levels and is ADP levels are lower than that significant lower than that. So again, I like the idea taking player and saying if I draft you at this level, that's GonNa. That's going to be your floor where if things go badly for you go if you have just an average year, let's say that's where you're going to be and really in that offense again is the NFC south they were second in that fireworks once category for divisions were second in that category. As far as fireworks. Be Allowed high scoring games. I think when you get him contest against the panthers and he can contest bucks, you're going to see those high scoring conscious. You're going to see them throw the ball and I think he's going to be a wide receiver to it can give you a wider production. So it's something I cover on on my side is that that's a draft strategy people use always draft to the floor and I think really sue perfect example of that. So the last thing I want to ask you about is actually a position group and it's tight ends. and. I thought it's perfect timing because on yesterday's penalty fees podcasts the final tears of Dole. Position Group was tight end. We went over Joe's tight end tears and it sounds like just in general you think tight ends are undervalued. This year I think tight ends. It's an interesting thing because I've got along new color coded grading for my players my draft guide and blue is elite green is a strong start or yellow is an average starter, good good starter Charlotte's donor, and then if you get to orange already get the players, you want environments I have four Blu Ray tight ends up the Kelsey Andrew Kit on Earth Act to Green Rita tied as Gronk Waller. You're from in their overall grades everybody else's yellow elevated great although they do have cremated upsides mentioned that know that was a category that players cadavers if things go well, you could be there. So there's a lot of debt from that perspective in you can say, okay, I'm going to draft a couple of people who aren't one of those top six if I don't get one of those six I mentioned I can drop those guys in hope that they could be to one upside when I'm not gonNA expect that they're getting give to you on upside but if you want. A guarantee productive of unity percentages to say I want a guy who I know is gonna be started Calva Clare. You'd better get one of those top six because after that I don't want to say it's a crapshoot but it's very you're taking much higher risk those players and I think that if you don't get those players, there's some value players that you could take then included Noah under Henry, who has the best match points total among tight ends. Love Ian. Thomas, is. Carolina tight end and I. Think they're GonNa be the ball talked about earlier thomases a favorable schedule in Thomas if you look at the Games. So he started nine games of the past couple of seasons of in his top three games. His numbers in those games were tremendous. He was putting out I. Believe it was it's twelve points per game standard legs. The guy put up some fantastic numbers. I don't expect that to happen. On a consistent basis I, don't think you're going to get that out of every week but at that offense is passed, it looks like it's going to be any is the starting tight end another offense and everything points in that direction. If those factors still together, he could be at seventy, five hundred targets, not tickets at that level that would automatically almost not one range even if he doesn't breach those production levels those three games. Here's what you need to do. You need to get more information from this? Guy's what you need to do you need to check him out on twitter at Casey Joyner CFS given the website, again? Casey. 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Creatives And Pricing, Billing + the Money Mindset

Creatives And

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Creatives And Pricing, Billing + the Money Mindset

"You're listening to the creatives and design cavs with your host Horon Joyner creatives and is a podcast for individuals with the love for design art and business combined. This is an ADC guide. For those trying to balance navigate life through the creative perspective from personal to business and everything in between be sure to subscribe catch new episodes Wednesday available. Wherever you get your podcast and follow us at creatives and on all platforms. Have a topic in mind submit ideas to create jobs and at Nineteen ninety-one dot agency. Here's your host. Theron join our. Hey guys welcome back to the creatives and design cast the shell by a creative four creatives. I'm your host to Ron Joyner. In this is the second episode of this show. Thank you to everyone who tuned into the listen for the first episode. I'm so grateful. I'm also super excited to continue to connect with some cool creatives and talk about subjects that we all want more insight or advice on. This is the second episode that I had decided not to feature guests at least not in the traditional way I did do a questionnaire on I love creatives to get insight from other creatives. In other industries about their experience with pricing billing having the money mindset and things of that nature. So we'll talk about that more as we get into the episode on this week's episode we will talk about creatives and pricing billing in the money mindset ready. Let's talk Turkey money. Moola nettle pesos. Dough Cheddar paper the many different names or shall I say terms of endearment for money is a list that could go on for several days at best before I get into the pricing and billing. I WanNa talk about money. In any issues regarding how an individual navigates pricing and billing for their business tends to evolve around our personal relationships with money money is at the heart of capitalism and capitalism. Is the fuel for the machine. Better known as the United States of America actually pretty much any modernized country depends on money to operate even in what some consider uncivilized cultures or communities. They have some form of payment for services or goods provided so essentially the model of giving something to get something I mean it's worldwide as citizens of our respective countries. We are all introduced into a relationship with money and this is often times before we reach the age of maturity with most of us having I with money in our mid to late teenage years in into our ongoing adult lives. It's just really strange that we get antsy and nervous when talking about it for some odd reason. It's more comfortable to hear someone tell you how much they're going to give you then for you to tell them how much they should give you despite your experience. Your years of knowledge investments in yourself and other factors. This is called the money taboo which speaks about the fear behind talking about money. Poro KISTA poor. A novelist and journalist in New York believes that the money taboo means that people are going to get cheated over and over. And I'm quoting her. When I'm saying this people are going to get cheated over. And over. And it tends to be women people of Color People in marginalized. If people are silent about problems things can be perpetuated and she's completely correct. We don't discuss money in the way that it benefits you then you leave yourself wide open being fucked over in the process but what's the why always question what's the why? Why do we as humans subject ourselves to be bullied by money that we can actually have the power to control another article that I was reading quotes Anthropologists Caitlyn Saloum who states that we have to consider a few factors to understand the why she says your value as a human being is somehow made material in your pay in in your accounts? Furthermore if people were to be more honest and forthright about their income they'd be essentially exposing how they are valued by their employer and others which can be kind of embarrassing if other people are talking about what they make and you may be making less than them since there is no standard of measurement for financial metrics people. Find it hard to know where they fall on the spectrum in comparison to family members friends coworkers etc being intimidated embarrassed in silent about money only holds us back from breaking the silence in asking for the money that we deserve. All of this Can be a hard pill to swallow considering. This is an issue that can be fixed though. And that's the bright side of it as her. All most of you listening now are freelancers entrepreneurs and artists in your own bright. So surely this won't be the toughest thing you've done or will do so. Let's start with reversing. How you view money growing up most of us have probably heard the age old adage. Money is the root of all UGO. Personally I feel like this was meant to keep the rich richer and the poor feeling bad about having any money at all. I will let you in on a little secret. Money is a moral meaning. That money is not good bad. It can't spend itself. It has no face except for the dead presses on it and it has no personality people on the other hand people do have morals. People are the ones who can be good or bad but we as people do with money can be good or bed. Not The money itself. This means that you are essentially free to make as much money as you and never be categorized as an evil or bad person unless you use your newly gained riches for world domination or something crazy like that. We have to be honest in open about money so that we can have a better understanding of where we are in terms of reaching our goals and not surpassing our budgets while we are reshaping our view of money. We should keep in mind. That experience is not the determining factor that will dictate how much money you make or can ask for. I know some of you are probably calling me crazy right now but think about it. In this new age of information driven by technology and the current economy in certain industries even education has become less relevant in determining the kind of money someone makes when I say this I am by no means discrediting education as a whole. I just believe that school teaches you how to learn and is a show of your level of discipline. That is a conversation for another day though. The bottom line is that business is and has always been about value. What can this person or better yet? What can this person's good or service do for me in mine? I think a good example of this is the young creators. That seem to become successful overnight. Most of these kids haven't even finished school and have little to no professional experience but they might be making huge amounts of money faster than they can even spend it why they provide a good that has the potential to bring millions of people together which in turn brings corporate companies running to throw their money at the products. The APP just to get in front of these millions of people. Well that's not me. You say why the fuck not because you don't create APPs bullshit this structure of. That's not me and I'll never be able to do that has to do with your money mindset and we'll talk about that later in the episode the amount of money you make is not necessarily a personal reflection on you. It is a reflection of the value. Your service or good provides. I've been thinking that this can be used loosely. As opposed to just strictly for a tangible good or visible service. One can profit from for example. You can be a good person giving kind funny dependable the whole nine but simply not like the job you have so your. Work Ethic Aka. Your service in that setting would not be considered valuable to the team. If you were in a position that you enjoy you want to contribute in nine out of ten year work ethic your service would be extremely valuable to the team because you'd be in an environment where you felt that you thrive when you provide something valuable people will pay for it. That is the in and out of it. So if it's so simple to run why am I not getting paid what I want? Well we will talk about that when we come back. From the short this episode of the creators and designed cast is sponsored by to Leo Green Apple and aloe a nutritive haircare regimen. That strengthens and moisturizes the here. While remaining gentle enough for daily use sulfate free with vitamins. Fiber and protein were freed softness of cleansing and moisture retention thirty percent off site-wide. Just in time for mother's Day go to. Www dot natural pair dot org to healthy here healthy body back everyone. We are discussing creatives in pricing billing and the money mind set when we left off. We were tying up the conversation about money in general. I hope that some of the things I spoke about stick with you and I hope that we all can be more conscious of our view of money. Now we are going to get into pricing honestly. This has to be one of the most search topics on Google. How surprised my services? To be truthful. There is no standard correct way to do this. Pricing your goods and services depend on the way you currently run or want to run your business. You also have to consider what you need to make to be profitable because no one wants to work for free or clout in the beginning. That's fine I suppose because you need to build your portfolio to show you your work but don't be the same designer doing pro bono work for corporation because they promised you roads paved of gold more work in the future and connections. None of that sounds like paper. None of it sounds green and none of it is accepted as tender by the electric company. The phone company the Mortgage Company. You name it knowing how to increase. Your income can decrease the amount of work that you do. Work Smarter not harder for this episode. I created a questionnaire get other creatives to weigh in on their experience with pricing billing and the money mindset. I was really intrigued with the feedback that I received the only thing everyone had in common. Was that you need to ask for money threat through this segment in the next. You'll hear where I am inserting their input depending on what I'm talking about at the time. Okay so it's Iran. Why are you holding out? How the hell do I price my work? I'm sure that's what you're asking fellow creative. Michelle at source. Collective says to have a defined offering price check around but ultimately price it according to value to your time. I like Michelle's approach. Because it's something that I did. When I was new to freelancing I google to price check as much as I could but I base my initial price off with my experience instead of the value of my design skills. I thought that I didn't deserve to charge as much as I wanted to. Because I was new to the Industry. In truth as short-changed myself so many times your pricing has to consider number one. What makes you or your business. Profitable number to the level of service inconvenience. You're providing number three the market number four supply and demand and number five your ideal client. And they're worth to you a lia at left brained creative group says a lot of creatives who are just starting out into look outward when figuring out pricing. I get it doing research right but I know how that research can become an escape to find someone doing something comparable and then charge slightly less. This was my approach until I started to dig into the way I felt about my pricing. A key question for me was what price do. I need to charge for my services to energetically show up as my bestself for these projects. And I think that is a really great answer. Thank you elise for that Great answer to include here. I recall when I got into website design which at the time I thought meant designed development launch and five other different jobs design and development for sites is not the same though there can be freelances agencies that provide both plus a plethora of other services to get your business on the web but me website designing. Meanwhile there had to be a time where I assigned very little value to my valuable skills in services. I actually charged five hundred dollars for like an eight page bull website or something. Plus a month of free hosting often becomes a fisticuffs with your client when they forget that you're hosting their website. That was such a stressful job. And it put a strain on our relationship with the client. Who was my friend at the time? Then I realized that I would never put myself through that again so I would charge eleven hundred for websites instead right. Hell no wrong wrong wrong. The client signed up for eleven. Hundred dollar website seemed too good to be true at first but then they turned into a complete nightmare because of scope creep put have been phrase because we will talk about that in a second. Eventually I had to learn the hard way that one price does not fit. All every client is different in. They all have different desires in budgets. So had a price you ask my answer make it up. Yes you heard me pick your type of pricing in. Make that shit up now before you turn the podcast. Often discredit me entirely. Hear me out. There are several ways to price but everyone has defined what suits them. You got your hourly pricing where you come to a number that you would like to charge someone hourly for the services you provide you have your project based pricing where you listen to the client about what they need for the certain project in you price according to A number of factors. How long it's GonNa take you. You know how much work you're putting into the timeframe in which they need it And even those factors depend on the project and the client you have your retainer pricing where you charge a certain amount a month and And you're pretty much on call for that amount. A month to the company you have the retainer agreement with We also have packages and productized services so packages are where you grew a certain number of offerings or a certain price so you can have a website design packages where you have package one. That may cost two thousand dollars in that spore a three page website. You know I ma hosting Seo and other things like that and then have package to which is a little more expensive but it's middle version. Package three is the most expensive but has the most value and Productized services are things that are created ahead of time Things that are pretty much drop in create That you just sell. And they're kind of what I would explain as Money that you can make in your sleep. I actually forgot the term for that kind of income in. It's just not coming to me at all. I'm sure I'll think about it after I stop recording but moving on. I don't think that you have to stick to just one model of pricing either. The important thing is to just make sure that you're not overwhelming yourself by trying to offer so many options that you confuse your own self in the process so for one off projects. I have a freelance cartman. You if you will but even there I use the phrase starting at x amount of dollars. I have even gotten better at setting a number for the amount of one off projects I accept per month. The smaller one projects like social media graphics for an upcoming celebrity interview get charged at my hourly rate. The reason I created an Ala carte sheet is because I feel like everyone deserves great design but may not have the budget or need for a huge rollout. Plus I word of mouth promotions. Who any other kind. You never know who others no and you never know. Who's watching you and looking at your work especially in this digital age where everyone is sharing everything all the time anyway. Projects that are larger clients that I get who give me projects that are larger. I accident potential clients. Complete a questionnaire. This acts all the hard questions for me and helps me get a reference for their brand and budget in black and white. I will provide a link to a brain and budget questionnaire. That's pretty general. And it'll detail the system that I used to do questionnaires. And you can edit that with your own branding and that stuff will be located in the show notes the way our price larger projects is through project based pricing or retainers. Bolt do not factor in the hourly rate focus. More on the value of your services. You you also have benchmarking which is looking at the market or competition to see how you're going to charge and as I stated before that was a way that I started to price when I first got into the industry but I don't use it anymore because while I respect and love to connect with other creatives in love to just see and share their work. They're not me and I'm not them so what? They are charging for the services in value that they offer. It doesn't apply to me. It was something that I really had to grow into in scout looking at the next person to see what I should be doing. Really because it's none of my business if I look ahead then I know exactly where I am all the time and I suggest the same for you guys that are listening beginner novice intermediate whatever level that you're at whatever you do don't quote on the spot just don't do it if clients don't remember anything else you tell them they will remember the price you quoted in. That shit is never fun. You start doing the math. And the on the spot quoted price is less than what you should actually be charging. I think it's a good rule of thumb to always ask for a budget. Some clients may not answer the question and some may come right out with it. My mother who happens to be a very successful business woman is a person who doesn't like to really answer the budget question. She is the type of person and businesswoman. That knows whether she wants to move forward when she hears the cost of something and I mostly have seen this when it comes to design work so in the early days of the brand building my mom and my dad. My parents were doing pretty much. All of the designed from the product labels to the websites of the business cards to the Flyer graphics. I mean you name it so I kind of understand her stance there where she doesn't want to do the budget game because she kind of already knows what that costs looks like and what she's willing to pay based off of her personal experience with design more specifically designing her products. So in the case that you run across someone like my mom what do you do? Well you can look at the factors that I mentioned earlier including the worth of the client in. Make it up from there. What about those? Give me a ballpark clients. Favorite IN ABSOLUTE FAVORITE. Assemble though you can answer with the wide spectrum of pricing to make sure that you don't lock yourself into something you know nothing about or kindly declined to answer while mentioning that you would rather than take the questionnaire so you can have all the details and give them an exact rate and then circle back to the budget question. I'm for example. Give me a ballpark. How much is going to cost to design a website wall client a? It really depends on what you're looking for typically sites anywhere between three thousand to fifteen thousand dollars depending on what you want the site to do actually have a questionnaire that you can fill out so I can get more details about the projects and give you an exact quote Did you have a budget in mind? Did you have a number that you did not want to go over? That kind of information would be helpful to me. So that is a sample scenario of how you can handle that which goes hand in hand. What I'm about to say everything in life is a negotiation but remember to ask yourself what is the perceived With what I'm about to low pricing may make you feel comfortable but low prices. Also make your target customer questioned the quality in integrity of you and what you're offering think of this in terms of luxury. You know that when you walk into a Giovanni she store and you see a six thousand dollar bag you already know that the bag is worth that much just by looking at it in feeling it. You also know that if you want a bag that will last for years possibly provide the ability to be passed down to your children. You're going to spend a lot more on it but if you saw that same givenchy bag in Walmart for twenty dollars you'd have all sorts of questions namely how the hell did it get here. What is this made of you know just so many questions about the quality and integrity of the product? Because you know you're just not the you you just have a weird feeling about that price of twenty dollars for that kind of product. So don't be scared that your premium pricing will make client apprehensive. It's quite the opposite. Actually they really WanNa work with you and value you as a professional. They will do what it takes to meet you at your price or negotiate. Were both parties are happy but not walking away feeling like they took a loss. If you're quote doesn't make you nervous. It's not high enough. What is the percentage out on your goals and how money can get you there also meditate on your ideal clients because money is great but working with nine clients is not says Melissa founder of Lamb digital Laker clients know. Somebody words that they get what they pay for. If they want the full monty then they will have to pony up yeehaw if you feel bad for charging your normal rate during a pandemic take a look at your pricing to determine how you can consider the effect of Corona specifically on your clients income in adjust. Accordingly Adam at enjoys slow t says in pre pandemic times he was invoicing one hundred twenty five dollars per hour to host private tea ceremony for a group now in the pandemic times he's only requesting sliding scale donation of twenty to eighty dollars a super interested in doing something with Adam because his reviews are stellar. So hopefully I can have him one guest in. What are these next episodes outlet you guys suicide now for those of you have determine your prices but are having trouble figuring out if you should increase your rates? Say Yes take a look at your prices about every four to six months because things change you learn more. The market changes supplies low in demand is high. Just you know anything can happen. So you need to make sure that you're monitoring the way that the industry's moving and just making sure the increasing your prices on to get the money that you deserve the money to support the lifestyle that you're living if you do decide to increase your prices for your existing clients. You should let them know ahead of time. Once they are given the heads up light. Your current clients know that you're going to continue to offer them their same rate for a certain amount of time before you start to charge them with your new rate. This gift share current clients time to adjust to in. They'll be grateful. That you so considerate for new clients. I suggest that you charge a little more than you did a month ago. Maybe and see what happens. Keep going until someone pushes back at you in a big way. If that happens look at why? Always look at the Y. Look at why they are pushing back. The person for feedback on. Why pushbacks that you know how high you can go for the time. Being Really decided to part ways with one of my beauty service providers because I didn't feel valued as a customer. I didn't feel considered. I was never a customer that argued with this professional about price and I tried to let her know and show her that I valued her and also make sure she knew why the last time I made an appointment though I detailed exactly what kind of service that I would like Which I did most of the time moved on from there the day of my appointment. The service provider text me and told me that she would have to charge me more because my service was so detailed. I was a little taken aback because I felt blindsided. Asser my last appointment. I was unhappy with the end result but that did not deter me from wanting to support the business when she raised prices on the day of. I was highly upset in my head. I went over the fact that I had never challenged price and even when I was happy with our service and did not demand. A refund or credit did expect was some professional courtesy. When I was telling my service we have discussed the price then and out of a more open to understanding her. Why BEHIND THE INCREASE? I was a client who had no issue paying the amount of money that she acts. So you know. Where was my courtesy in this? So when she communicated her new prices to me of. I told her that I would really needs to review the price because I didn't expect to receive a change in the service price on an appointment. I booked in advance with the service details Since that day she hasn't reached out to me personally to check with me to see where I stand. I no longer feel valued in so I'm taking my business elsewhere. Her experienced as a matter at this point in desert education. I simply don't WanNa work with anyone that does not value me or my business So you know this may sound harsh but tell the story to emphasize how important it is to be considerate to your clients. I mean after all. They're spending money with you in. You know what we're talking about money and asking for the rate that you deserve to give a little too as the professional even if your client has the money to throw at you with nothing in return people still want to know that they are valued money can honestly make or break a business relationship so extend courtesy. I know I went off on a tangent there but I promise you it's valuable info insight in talking about all of this. I realized that we hadn't really dealt in on the subject of deposits. So we will get into that now. The general rule seems to be get a damn deposit. There's only one right way to get a deposit and that is with the contract in an invoice. I cannot stress how important it is to document everything. Contracts are standard business agreements. In anytime you are providing a service in exchange for pay a contract. This issue is that the initial scope of work requirements from both parties additional information that was discussed costs work and schedule. A payments are strictly adhered to when we accidentally a DJ Penny Lane she advised. Deposits are definitely required because gigs get cancelled all the time. People claim that they have money that they actually don't so always get a deposit. Most people who pay your deposit are serious about booking you. Deposits are a measure of good faith in our expected. So don't show don't show sorry. They'll shy away from requiring. Would any creative knows that? The work starts when the client reveals what they are trying to accomplish. We can't help but to think of how we can rock the project in a reasonable amount of time. It is not wrong to get paid for thinking brainstorming. So get rid of that philosophy ASEP RASCO AT. We them said that his team ten acts for fifty percents upfront to start a project and then an additional twenty five percent once they get past the first phase. They do this so that way. They aren't held in any position of having to constantly requests payments from the clients it also allows them a bit of leverage on managing client. It allows for them to take a bit more time on the final processes. Well CHESA and hope I'm saying your name right if not you can might. Dmz later about it in w the right way to say it all right. She says she expert forty percent up front then. Thirty percent midway and thirty percent before final files are given to the client. What I do in my business is required percent of front and then my new website. I built a proofing. Clery were protected and they can prove or disprove. What whatever files that they like. Or don't like so. That's been a really really really huge help. And it's documented in once. They approved out. Get those files. Ready require the remaining balance to be paid before I release so spouse to them and I sent them a nice little email with Lincoln files and all of this stuff. I really try to be one customer service so originally when I brought up the subject of deposits I said something about invoices and contracts invoices mean. Some people do some people. Don't some people just kind of use the contract as the double where they mention you know what's do up front with do in the middle and on the back end But the way that I like to do things is with a contract n invoice and the deposit. I'm just because you know all the paperwork having it is you. It won't hurt you. You know and then when you have an invoice and you get a payment you can attach to things together and just kind of keep your books in order So in terms of contracts the graphic artists guild pricing and Ethical Guidelines Book Discusses Seven Basic Types of contracts. You have your oil agreement which I do not recommend your letter. Agreement your purchase order. You're working or your standard contract to. This is the one that's most familiar to all of us a post project contract which I don't recommend either a boilerplate contract which is just very bare bones. Very generic very minimal Kind of contract a retainer agreement that set up a little differently from a regular contract because of the payment terms in the way that work is being delivered things of that nature there is no right contracts but there can be a contract. That's just for you if you make it. What I've done is take bits and pieces from different contracts and I've built other sections in clauses into my contract from my experience with clients and other creatives safe to say that my contract is very molded to my business model and that is exactly how I like it. But if you want to access a generic or a boilerplate version of my contract text design to five five four four four and I will email it over to you if followed it. Sounds a little daunting for you. Then I recommend talking to Michelle at logistics. A firm that specializes in these kinds of services for creatives check with her about including her contact information in the show notes. In case. Some of you want to reach out if you have questions that you like to ask me about the way that I price let me know. I'd love to answer and be of help to a creative. Who may just be starting out or one who has questions about changing some structure in their business. We're going to take a quick break and we will be back to discuss the money mindset. Hey Guess what. Your audience is loosening. You heard me. Your audience is tuned in right now. And you've got no advocate for them so instead they're listening to me and your kicking yourself for not taking advantage. Did you know that sixty nine percent of listeners agree that podcast? Ads alert them about new products and services still need commencing. No PROBLEM EMAIL. Us advertise at nine hundred ninety one that agency for details on this thirty second mid roll ads slot. Hey all you have kittens. I'm not sure I'm pretty sure that everyone has watched tiger tiger documentary. What a wildest right that is finishing but that one line is like my favorite line now so get used to guys anyway. It's time to get into the money. Mindset portion of the show consolidate credit that work defines the money mindset as an overriding attitude. That one has about their finances. It drives how you may keep financial decisions every day and it can have a big impact on your ability to achieve your false if you change your mindset about money you tend to make better choices about how to overcome challenges in. Layman's terms adjusting. Your money mindset can either open or close the doors to your money making potential but is it all about the money. It's about reversing the roles instead of allowing money to run your life. You regain that control remember earlier on in the episode when we talked about the way they saying on this. Not Me. Your I can't do it. Those are the kinds of phrases that negatively contribute to your money mindset yet to be open about money so that you can change your relationship with it in unlock your earning potential of course. This isn't magically done overnight. This requires work in learning old behaviors to implement the new ones. When when I was growing up I wanted for nothing in so many was never a thought to me. As I became an adult and started having responsibilities I developed a tumultuous relationship with money which was heavily influenced by friends at the time. I never stopped to try and educate myself on becoming fiscally responsible so that when I did acquire lump sums of money from my paycheck my tax return by. It's I just spent the money only to worry myself regret what had done later. That is absolutely no way to live. Lack of money with no visible out incite can be depressing. It used to be everyone else's Paul while there was a ceiling on my earning potential but I came to find out that I'm the one who plays the damn ceiling there in the first place. Change in a life has to start with the one who's living it. The first thing I had to learn to change my money mindset was how to improve my relationship with money. Money is an animate. Yes but if you have a positive relationship with money than you'll never be afraid of losing it for example if you have to pay for a new transmission in your car instead of thinking. Geez I'm always does the money. This is so unfair. Complain Complain Complain. Think this way instead jeeze. I am so grateful that I had the money to fix this issue in the first place now I can continue to get back and forth to work or meetings and make more money. Money is universal. It is called the Almighty dollar because it is important to so many surely that importance in energy placed on. Money counts for something. Let's look at the phrase money in circulation circulation is the action of going and moving around much like its root word circle. What happens when you start at one place in a circle and go around? You eventually come right back to where he started right. If you view money in this manner you will start to see that you stop worrying so much about when you come into money again. The money just like goes making. Its way back to you. Being positive about it will help you. Avoid stressing with the current climate of the world. I know that this kind of information may not be hurt or accepted but these are my beliefs and I hope I've attracted like minded individuals. Here you also need to respect money. No amount of money is beneath you. Ever from the penny to the nickel to the twentieth. Ben Frank no amount of money is the neat you those coins living under your couch. Sweep them up and put them into a piggy bank. At some point in time you look back and realize that you have a nice little chunk of change literally round up on what you're spending too. Something cost six thousand twenty cents round up anyway. A lot of banking APPs automate this process for you in deposit the funds right into your savings which can come in handy later know that it is okay to say no now. All money is worth the trouble. I have turned down projects before because the client and have value. The service are offered much as I would love to take every project brown to me for the money. The reality is that will be a wreck. I WANNA work with people who value what I'm bringing to the table and vice versa. If a client doesn't respect me then I kinda declined the opportunity with absolutely no love lost. You'll empower yourself in. You deserve that. If you implement the same thing out of the many amazing answers I received from fellow creatives. I have to say that the response to the money mindset question where the best here are a few just a backbone business says raising my prices felt like something that will happen someday but the reality was that. I didn't need to get better at my craft to make the money. I really need it. It's not something that had to wait until I deserve more money. I wasn't being honest with myself which meant that. I wasn't honest with my clients. I had to develop healthy boundaries in risk the idea that some people would say no to my prices. Higher prices aren't just for me. They're also so my clients show up to the work. The project can't happen without them. Ashley at shorts to summit says I have two books that changed my entire mindset profit. I and you are a bad as that making money profit. I is a game changer. Of A book for the act of making money while you are a bad as helps with building a healthy money mindset Michelle Source. Collective says money is abundant my time and strengths. Valuable in the right clients. Find me based on my output. That's like legit in formation. I think I had to put that one in the in packet Martha Hartwell says part of it. It's knowing you are good at what you do because knowing what you are worth comes from that that be said Imposter Syndrome makes this very hard. Sometimes to combat this is so important to collect client system. All's look back at projects. You're proud of in. Have a tribe of people who do what you do to cheer you along creatives. Being strategic about pricing comes with time in patients there are so many resources available but only you know the price that is right for you in your business test the waters and take notes next week. We will talk about creatives in the books. 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Brooke Joyner -- All Things Chocolate! (Did we get your attention)?

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Brooke Joyner -- All Things Chocolate! (Did we get your attention)?

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Oh, if any of these statements resonate with you you. You are most certainly in the right place. I'm glad you're here with us today. So today everyone out there, ladies and gentlemen. I am super excited. I have a special guest today, I've been working on her for while the join us, and I'm she's finally here with us today, and I'm so excited, especially those of you who are from the southeast. You're going to be familiar with her business. Her name is Brooke Joyner, and she is the owner in operator of Peter brook, chocolate tear here in Atlantic Beach, Florida the beaches community of Jacksonville, Peter brook was founded by Brooks mother Phyllis Geiger in nineteen eighty three and named her new chocolate store after her two children, Brooke and her brother Peter brook keeps. Busy running her store in Atlantic beach in her brother, Peter has a awesome candy store. Jacksonville called sweet Pete's and we look forward to hearing more about the story of Peter brook with. Rook Brooke, welcome to create asleep. Go thank you so much. And thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. And I'm honored to be here. Thank you. You are most welcome. And I thank you. I'm honored as well. I, you know, I tell you we both know my daughter, my daughter, Amy works for you and one thing Amy introduced me to is podcasts in in. I remember one some of our road trips to Tallahassee when she was attending FSU for a couple years. She turned me onto a great program on NPR. And I believe it was it's called listen to how I built this. And essentially it stories of companies that that we know and their story, right? How it got started? Like, I remember Amien. I listen to one about Airbnb we listen to one about whole foods. We listen to one about honest tea, and it's really interesting. I didn't realize how interesting business stories can be in how they get their start. So if any. Anyone who's maybe certainly anyone who's from Florida in in Atlanta in the in the southeast knows, Peter, Brooke, it's like Milton your mouth awesome chocolate, and I have to tell you. When might my first exposure to Peter Brooke was when I moved here from Seattle Washington in two thousand six my very first year teaching school. I was a fifth grade teacher at crown point in Mandarin. And I think it was Christmas times is about this same time of year. And you know, how kids are so good about showering their teachers with with nice things, and I got like all these bags of chocolate covered popcorn. And I'm like, what is this? And I was hooked ever since the chocolate covered popcorn. So so let's let's hear about about your this is a family business. And how did it all get started? Brooke? Well, my mother started it in nineteen Ninety-three, and she named it after my older brother, Peter and me Brooke and started as one shop and San Marco and it took about two couple years for us to grow the business. And she in really it was through the chocolate covered popcorn that gun the word out about Peter because is our most popular product. And it's dictating and and people like it. And and the way that was discovered is interesting because in San Marco, which the first store, she there's they have something called holiday magic every year and the merchants in the San Marcus square. They all come out and they offer just various different prod. Acts of there. And but it still is my mother are chocolate is very expensive. It's all handmade. And it was something where she had to find to loosen to give something that was affordable. And she went issue decided one day, she there's a actual there's a movie theater down the street from Peterborough, and she was in the movie theater, and she was had the chocolate had the her popcorn enjoying a movie. And she thought, hey, why not try pouring this on the this chocolate this popcorn? And she did it and she gave that to the customers and the people who enjoyed holiday magic. And it was a head. But she didn't customers came in after holiday magic. And they asked for the chocolate. Ever corn? And she said, oh, that's that's not a product. And then the second customer walked in. I'd like to buy chocolate covered. That's not affirmative. And then by the third person. She said, okay, K this product, this is a product. Yes. This is what we're going to sell and from that point on Peter brook started to floor fresh, and and it was just a matter of time because. Yeah. Chocolate to Bilas into our family and finally for me is an expression of love, and it's a lot of of the business because of our customer, and when customers walk in the door or look. The team for a gift, and and it's a gift for someone who's special, and we'll always works to accommodate our customers and and express that love when when people give a gift we do call it but gift his love, and it's amazing how chocolate is an expression of love. And so that's that's why I believe this company has had longevity because love is really a language that everybody understand, you know, it it doesn't have to be Berber lies. We all no were whatever language you speak wherever country you live in everyone understands that. So that's what I believe makes Peter Virk special and every single time when a gas walks in our store, we make sure that will do everything to to. Make sure that they give that gift of love, and we're committed to that. And and that's what I've believe has been special. And so that's that's what we represent. I just love that. I mean chocolate is kind of a universal thing. Anyway, I think people we just love human beings. We love our chocolate. Right. But you as to what you say like, I walk into your your store. I don't live far away from your store, and there's just a a very special loving energy whoever's there, whether it's you or one of your your people that work for you, you greet your people so warmly and in the space. I don't know who you guys have that decorates the the store for you. But it's just so whimsical enchanting. And it's it's almost like Disney for chocolate. You just want us. Just wanna hang out, you know. And and it's just awesome. It's a really big store. You don't have a lot of square footage. But what you do with. It is pretty amazing. And thank you. Yeah. Our decorator. His name is John Bianco. And he decorate my store and sweet pizzas. Well, and he's passionate about what he does. And and it's it's amazing the same in the creations that he comes up with. And so I think it's it's been a good match. And we're fortunate to to have wonderful people working with us what one of them being your Amy your daughter. Thing. I love her. And I've said this before, but she always goes above and beyond. And she I she enjoys what she does. And you can see the passion and she's a self starter. And she's a great example for the rest of the crew who work with us. So so, yeah, we'll thank you as a parent. That's nice to hear. I know. She just loves it. And she calls your store a home her second home. She really feels like that's family, and that comes from you. Because it always you any organization always starts on the top on the top. So that comes from you. So it's it's pretty awesome. I know my daughter is in a good place until she figures out her life in, you know, so I really appreciate that. Brooke? Oh, well, that means a lot to me think, you know, she's creative. And I know that there's so many things that give products. You know, you have your your, you know, your signature product that chocolate covered popcorn. But you guys have a lot quite an assortment of things from the, you know, the chocolate covered, strawberries and the chocolate covered Graham crackers in your really rich. Awesome. A scream in all these things. So so how do you come up with the products and in how do you make them? I just I know people would love the hear all the behind the scenes on how how how how you guys off all these great products. How does it come about? Well, we start with the best ingredients. I and and chocolate is, you know, it's a forgiving medium. And and you can be creative with it. Which is nice where we do is we start with the best ingredients the which is with blend of chocolate, and we actually went to type of Swiss plans and to our Peter Virk want to make our Peter gland and. Base in anything that we do. We is. It's labor is a labor of love. And it's labor intensive because we do make everything by hand. We do we toes. When when we do crossers of are are not clusters everything is posted and everything is done by hand. And like I said the forward love and the the creations and the products have developed over time by by just experimenting with different products and your daughter actually came up with a one ocean had asked for us to do the logo of of you the their signature logo quite the challenge that at the end. The N and the colors, and it was such a challenge, but she was able to meet that challenge. And so sometimes we, you know, our customers come up with a lot of ideas. And we we learn from our customers, and it's just it's just a thing that that we just developed over time, and our passion and listening to our gas, and and that's how really our product developed, and and we do have a I mean, I always tried to introduce other products other than the chocolate covered popcorn. We're very we just so that people can learn that we have Handmaid's hoffy handmade marshmallows. So everything is done by hand and Peter rugs and just developed over time now and one thing I want. People that know 'cause I don't think a lot of people don't realize this. But you guys can do custom customize orders. Right. I've overheard. You guys if a customer even from out of state, you guys are able to do special orders for people. Yes, we work with a lot of corporations ask we customize their baskets and include their materials, and they're in baskets, and whatever they may be sometimes they want their logo and a chocolate bar, and we can do that. We do a lot of orders for corporations who like to give gifts to their clients to thank them during Christmas, and we do ship out of state and nationwide. And we do also in towns livery, so that's really a popular thing during Christmas in Ballantine's mostly Christmas, a lot of doctors like the think re- they're referring doctors and clients and the same live law firms as well. Just various different businesses. And we do custom baskets for each one of them, the each one of them each customer may want different things, and we will always accommodate that for sure this. So Nate, I remember Amy coming home visiting recently was excited about I think you guys sometimes do chocolate covered wine, bottles or champagne bottles. And she said something about a one that she designed a welcome home or something like that realtors might wanna give their clients who just be closed on a new home or something. So that was that would be kind of neat. Maybe the realtors of the could reach out to you. I think that would be a good niche. I don't know a. Yeah. I agree. I agree. And actually, she did make a wine that we have these. We have a wine and beer light. And now we're able to. Yeah. So we have a selection of wine and what we do. Do is we feel the bottle? So it's a chocolate never touches the bottom, but we seal the bottle with a food safety oil. And then we did the line in the chocolate, and then it hardens, and then we can bright, welcome home. Or I love you or happy anniversary happy birthday, whatever. They choose to press may put on the bottle and basically break the seal and the chocolate fall have chocolate with your wine and oftentimes people choose to bring in crown Royal or other type of alcoholic beverage or just anything can it and we can dip it, and we can write a message on that. And and young agree with you. We'll realtors real estate offices. It's a it is a great match. We can do chocolate keys. So. Yeah. It's a great welcome home gift. I think so or even just yeah, I think so are in verse re relevant gush. So I'm getting hungry. Just thinking about chocolate though, that this sounds like so much fun. That's such that's such a neat idea with the bottles for for special occasions, and you while I'm thinking of it because this program is so short, and it goes by so quickly. So while I'm thinking of it, Brooke. If people say realtors are doctors offices are a really anybody. Maybe they they have a a wedding coming up a daughter's wedding or anything. How can they how can they contact your business to to order something? And they can call me directly and and on my cell phone, which is nine four six six two four zero three two or Email me at Brooke Peter dot com. And I will custom make anything in chocolate. I I can't think of anything that we can't make and chocolate. So we do for for wedding we mentioned wedding than we do bride and groom Pressler rods and plays. And we've oh the place setting to with a color that matches their wedding theme. And so yes, you can always contact me on my, Sal. I'm always available to run through ideas. Or and I would say that's the best way. Right. Okay. Repeat your number. And then spell out your Email for us. I just wanna make sure gets it. If they they. Can write it down. Okay. It's nine zero four six six two four zero three two, and It's Brooke B R A. Okay. E at Peter brook. P E T E R B R O K E dot com. All right. Thank you. And and you know, a lot of us. I mean, I think a lot of our listeners, you know, we are in business for selves or have dreams. Maybe we're gonna job, and we have dreams of of having a business of our own in and you have been at it. Now, you're pretty young when your family when your mom started this business. So so you've been at this for a long time. How how any advice you can give people out there that want to have businesses of their own and make it work because I've heard statistics out there that save Leo big huge percentage of businesses. Unfortunately, don't make it. And so. Someone has really passionate about something. And they wanna make a go of it. How do they make business work? Well, I would say first of all passion is essential. And and that's something that no one can take away from you. And that's what drives me. And that's always driven me. I I mean, I never stopped people. Ask me if I get sick of chocolate, absolutely not. And I think every day I wanna wake up in the morning, and I want to be better. And it's just being persistent and never giving up and believing in yourself and your dreams and having passion for your dreams. And for what you do. And I think that that is the the most important thing because if you're passionate about it, you can't you can't fail. It's just something that you you just. Work at every single day. And you never give up an you always think about who your customer is. And you care for them. And you want to deliver the best for them. And and if that's what you're doing. Then you can't fail. That's how that's those are my that's been my personal experience and blurring that screw my mother, and my brother, and we just do it because we love it. And if you do that, then success will eventually come. That's something. Remember that's great lesson. Everyone out there. That's awesome. And it really does show when when we walk in when I walk into your your chocolate store in your often bear, which is I remember when I first met you in in in your like, your the owner, you're not just it's not, you know, in your often, they're reading it and doing everything, and and that's kind of that that got my attention. That's pretty impressive. And it's obvious. You just love what you're doing. Sometimes when I stopped by visit you guys is like happy little elves back there making your chocolates and all your wonderful confections. And in you, even don't you do in the summertime, you do camps for kids, and you do birthday, don't you do things for kids birthday parties and fun things for for children you yes, yes. We do we do. And they're so much fun. You know, the parties that we do we do parties for children and for dolts a lot of adults like the MARTINI parties or the wine parties they can dip their own wine. And their message on it. And then for children it's great to because they can come in and be chocolate years for the day, and they make snow covered popcorn, strawberries, or Graham, crackers, pretzel rods, and they learn how to make it the history chocolate. And and then they take everything that they make they take home with them. So it's a great experience in the as we do camps as well and provide lunch, and then they learnt it's more of a detailed like, it's just more. You learned a little bit more, and you make a lot more chocolate, and you it's just a longer experience. And there's a lot of fun as well. Fun. And I I knew about the kids programs. I didn't know you did adult parties that sounds like. Oh, yes. That really. In one of my mottos is drink the wine. You know, enjoy life, right? So white how wine and chocolate. Yes. Albany should to my favorite things in the whole world. I think of my the Juliet who song right favorite things widened chocolate. I agree with you a hundred percent. Oh, well, my my producers already given me that two minute warning. I wish we had more time with you. So I know we are about out of time. But it's almost Christmas season. It's always hard to believe it's already were thinking of the holidays, but anything you can tell us about what we can expect from Peter brook for Christmas. What would you like the public to know about about the holiday season? 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It's been interesting to hear a little more about the Peterberg story. And when we maybe we can have you back on in the new year. I'd love to hear about, you know, maybe get your brother on and we'll hear about sweet Pete's because it's nice local businesses and I love to support local businesses. So thank you. Thank you. I wish you a wonderful successful holiday season in new year. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. And I would love for you to meet my brother, Peter, and that would be wonderful. And I so appreciate you having me very thoughtful of you. So thank you. You are most welcome. All right, everyone. We're at time. So thank you for joining us again. My name is Debbie petro, please visit my website at courageously, go dot com. You can learn more about the show and a special challenge that I m developing for the new year and more information come on that shortly Selebi's until next time. Remember this? It's our time to shine. Let's make it. 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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 3)

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

41:12 min | 1 year ago

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 3)

"I'm glad I was able to kind of untangle that one for you which one oh that I said it so fast man yes a bad inning is a good inning for the team that win was worse than the I say yes a bad ending is a good thing for teams I g C Kyrie last night fifty food food who doesn't like food no one raise their hands Cockatiel D Gandhi so there's a there's a gentleman oversee what's him here your producer candyman said it is a relationship like in the course like no other requires some trust so his application is online and you could see it online in apply to become a girlfriend first name last name deal I mean sure I mean I I I'll be honest can I I'll be just not into that I don't have the occasion and at any given moment you could go to his home and he may have thirty women that he's auditioning so he's like a real life playboy playmate type email address occupation Dacian country city that's all that everything all this stuff is real here's wife who is married to been married to for several years is okay with the two girls who sleep in the same bit with him and his wife to other girls Andy Man it says that tobacco tycoon candyman is on the hunt for new girlfriend he's married now Mary new girl now entrepreneurs known for his Do botches I watch Chris debaucherous yes parties in social media life he is a tycoon over there in the cigar industry arti- coon cigarette tycoon says in the Tobacco Industry Okay and the cat incredibly attractive while sure agreed not to date anyone else or they have to be monogamous yes they do his too is just with all of them okay and three girlfriends and a and a standing debaucherous party in his backyard that he's got a staff to maintain the property yeah I guess I don't what do I I've found that or they're just we'll keep it going xactly so there's a gentleman over in Australia they call him the Candy Man Travers Bay non is a I think he's just stick with two right because you just do lot of juggle in part of it is they have to make sure that they to a wife to to St stint steady girlfriend yeah and he wants a third and he wants to work out it applications must be do chores around the property to ensure they have to do chores around the airport issues compressing yeah he almost got it at the dismissing the right but you know what else doesn't turn overdose traff what does about that in the past how fast this has happened and it's legit you know there's nothing forced about it there's nothing fake in a in a playoff game will only enhance that dramatically the tickled sometimes over degrees California today numerous convenient travel select this national food a playoff version and galaxy will play tonight Dave Denholm the voice of l.. AFC joins US right now morning Dave how are you good Morning Travis that guy playing defense for ninety minutes but it opens up the Pitch Raj and it makes it over wide open game every time these teams played and that does suit L. AFC style Game Day baby that's all you gotta say absolutely so take us through just how big of a deal is this obviously it's the playoffs you win you move on you lose your out and then throw in the fact that Oh yeah by the galaxy cannot do that because as you said end with eleven because he refuses to defend and he shouldn't frankly that's how good he is offensively you don't need and I'll say this here's the bottomline La Galaxy believe they're going to win tonight L. AFC no they can win and that's and they should win this show where were you thinking last week Minnesota versus galaxy who did you face despite those stats you just told us who did you want l.. AFC Taft to go through so he's doing whatever he's having fun he's having a little bit of fun he has a wife and two long time girlfriend in tow and he's taking applications for third wait what very fascinating that was keys headlined the more you're listening to K SPN Lahser aright so coming up tonight at the Bank L. Traffic Oh the they do they have to do their part well I don't want to get into that but that's a real a real house I mean what do you want him to do I would imagine if he's got a wife a play attacking football we've seen that from the first whistle since they started last year and they just refuse to not take the to take their foot off the gas they refused to not missile united the only team to beat L.. AFC At home at the bank this season mls play so they knew that they were gonNA come in Minnesota United and defend with all eleven players so far better now you said it is a wide open game in so many goals when you guys match up against each other why is it this game like opens up the goes and makes it very fun to watch but man it's not just you know sometimes watch law and order and go sleep called in that too much is to my garage they play this this history ships right it's only been five times so every storyline is huge in building this rivalry as quickly as it has travis and we've talked you and I love that frankly that's what football soccer needs more of just attack three points for a win is far more vital than one point for a draw and these two teams Dave Denholm joining us he is the voice of L. A. F. C. L. AFC and the Galaxy Tonight MLS playoff version of L. traffic oh and Dave it is and and first of all it's the style that these two teams want to play Bob Bradley side we know that with all EMC they set the tied the record of the most goals in a season Dan and how much of it is the second thing the idea of that because we've seen it before it's not exclusive to any sport that there are just some teams that you have trouble with and you might be played their style which is open honest attacking wealth sort of the galaxy under Gamma Barest Golota getting his first year as manager he refuses to just play all out the up seat is the better side it's just that he has been that X. factor that has just really opened up these Games in Rio and frankly L. AFC half L. AFC still have Carlos Bela in the best player and you know you know you can do do it L. AFC has cut the galaxy open in these games at times and good point because you're right you can't have one without the other and he is in the heads of defenders at times and does cause so many problems for Lake you've never beaten the cowboys yeah it is a massive game really for both sides and the reason I say that is it it it it is shifting each time than them you might have a better record but you just have trouble with it and the longer it goes without you beating the more challenging and becomes to get that first win how much of it is just a mental block that once you I anti wants to win games he doesn't go for draws they only had three draws the galaxy all season he plays for wins and if it opens up the pitch and they lose that's fine with him talked about this a lot you know where I am in my soccer evolution of understanding what's going on out there why can't they beat this team they're a better team they win more games they're the higher seed they had the best route turned it all to lay off the last time they played October six versus Colorado and of course galaxy just played Sunday are you concerned with the layoff or L. AFC whenever he touched the ball against l. e. somehow finds the back of the net guys I mean there's the gains early on the years lots on had double digit shots against teams and could not score about July so you start to think about those things and it is a long way off but I have been at practice I have seen a lot of intensity Bob Bradley as working these guys hard Taliban you can't be free down you know I mean they gave up two goals in quick succession found themselves to goals down way too soon and then they turned it the huge difference right now the galaxy all the momentum right now when you talk about five times they've played two losses three draws never beaten them now we discussed this whereas anything he touches seems to be finding the back of the net the bottom line is look in poker we call that variance right and some point at some point that's GonNa turn if you're the better team occurred why can't they beat Galaxy Tani Brahima Vich so that's it yeah it is eight goals in five games against the OUGHTA doubt you want the galaxy question and most people would just assume I'm saying that like false bravado oh you haven't beaten them hundred I mean you can have a arguments about it and certainly there have been many magnificent players the beautiful game encompasses fifty times more players over the history hundred great question and it's it's hard to figure on one level travis just because of the magnitude of the beautiful game right so the NBA we can name the top fifty tops there has been no screwing around there's been no kind of taking it easy so to speak they got their wrist but they are working now I mean yesterday frankly it was one of the hardest practice on and then they dominate but then by then you're you're scratching and clawing just to get back to even you know and that that's just not acceptable now in a playoff game you're going to exit that and that's how they play rod so it opens up the pitch for everybody and you just start gold flying bottom line six in the last L. Traffic Oh here at the at the bank earlier in the season over that hurdle I mean you still have to jump over what is a large hurdle involved on Hebron you bitch how much of it is like you said it it just the fact that he can score the way that he the the black and gold Carlos Valer had seven against the galaxy these players have just been throwing punches and haymakers at each other and so far as Lon- for a relatively short period of time but where does he fall all-time Dave I mean we get caught up in the Lebron Jordan thing we always liked the guys what about slot on where does he rank don't rely on stats because they live most of the time the shot the galaxy twenty seven to ten last game that came from three one down though and that's what you're talking about how much of it is that maybe the galaxy old legs in Salon little tired may you know they've only had a few days rest three days I believe full days since their match ah I was for a long time Raj as we saw the schedule kind of developing with the playoffs once we heard the playoff format and you're thinking well it looks like lax he's going to get the number one seed right we knew that choice of L. AFC they play the galaxy tonight in a playoff match you mentioned the old legs and Ands locked-on he's been around for a while I know it's only been in mls I say that because you get you don't WanNa be in there hey them having you know being the heads of L. AFC no here's the reason for one thing it's a better matchup for L. AFC that was all the way back in the day now he's thirty eight years old it's still pounding and goals left and right it's amazing so David if the if L. AFC finally gets over the hurdle and beats the the top ten I mean he is that you know game changing and that type of player and he's been that way since coming through I mean he was a young man instead dominated in started at that first one they'll start to fall after that but getting that first one's a little tricky yeah ah to to split that up the answer is yes both like fifty fifty really galaxy this week but doesn't win the championship is still a successful season in your eyes and in the fans is I think it would take some time you know you have to win so it is a bit of a double edge sword there you could argue it either way I'm not too worried routes but we'll find out if I fifteen minutes have been crucial a lot of times in this L. traffic as I see that's not usually the case the day before a game guys in in most sports right but yeah they were going at it and I think the intensity has been there now you could argue three defenders he plays a man man had thirty goals this year more than a goal a game using credible no question he had the second best season I've ever seen in mls though and that's the thing travis names but can I ask a favor can you keep an eye on Rosh I know that you've been through that tailgate before and I'm very very worried about him making it back here tomorrow morning in Clayton historically and he is part of that for sure now if you're talking about goal scores you might be talking about there's not a handful of players who have ever been better than him so you're if the win mls top for this truly be the season you WanNa remember it for dividend home the Voice of L. AFC. Dave and I know you're GonNa be busy tonight and I know that you're working and you do a great job on the MOLEST Cup projects you're right I mean you have to win it historically for it to be remembered the way it should be this season because this is the best team I've ever seen they have had the best record choline goals have been scored early and often so yeah we will see I think we'll know that within the first fifteen to twenty minutes if it's been a big factor did Denholm join us he's the six getting ready for week eight fantasy football that's next week eight of the NFL season gets underway tonight and that means a week eight of your fantasy football season gets underway they've scored the most goals are tied with the most gold they've had the individual at the best season we'd ever seen by far you have to finish that off one big hurdle is time if it's even in the regular season just ended a draw and no one's really happy but in the playoffs if somebody has to win this game so yeah that fight for L. AFC will help them is a thousand because there's so many more people playing the game over the history of it and so when I say Islam County Ibrahim of the top one hundred player all time that's a megan all that is incredible really all those one hundred are utterly world class and change the way the game is Azzam imagining worse it is I'm not GonNa lie I'm a little scared for Roger I don't WanNa see you know what I didn't want to have to bring this up on the air but yeah it is pretty frightening at times the game well he told me that you've been through his tailgate before I he's invited me I want no part of that I'm afraid of what it's going to be like so is it as bad but you just cannot give up goals and be down early against its Galaxy Team Now David L. AFC of course got the number one C. The earned to buy in the rest cheer problem now Dave Dave Dental L. AFC L. AFC and galaxy tonight MLS playoffs. Thanks Dave you bet all right coming up next Casey joyner is and couldn't get that higher seed to set that up so now we have to play them in the western conference semi-final you know I would have rather the later because it is still about winning it going to join us get you ready for your fantasy football weekend get your calls in right now eight seven seven seven ten ESPN eight seven seven seven ten three seven seven and that is a bit of a concern for me I gotta be honest with you it is such a massive game rather this one would've happened in the western conference final galaxy kind of stumbled stub their toe a little bit too many and you know take it positionally and you look at Stryker it could be a top ten all time in my mind I don't think there's any doubt that might even be a little harsh with him and giving him only got a tied in question Should I start cow Rudolph tonight or Hopkinson of Detroit thanks beating your your rival no doubt for the first time and that will feel very good and maybe it's a little bit of a Sowell's if you don't win the Cup but I don't even want to think like that you as well getting ready for your fantasy football lineup every single week Casey joyner the football scientist you can find him on twitter as well at Casey Joyner T. F. S. case I have a bunch of skill players if I have any ram should I be starting in this weekend against the bengals anybody is in the lineup Henderson question because what happens with Malcolm Brown and Kyle Rudolph and of course we're going to see kirk cousins tonight on Thursday night football and Casey I just cannot bring myself to buy into kirk cousins I know that the numbers tell me that good morning how are you great how're yes fan tastic let's start with this the rams are playing the Cincinnati Bangles on Sunday morning the bengals are terrible seven seven ten espn if you WANNA be on with Casey Joyner we will start in Los Angeles with Alex Alex you're on with the football scientist we need a village travis so yeah and you're a big guy you're tall man you can handle yourself but don't do it alone all I'm saying no I'm not gonNA wear it yeah this week they're only probably nine tight ends that I would consider green rated or higher green ready to being a starter and then blew being an elite starter tight ends if fit that bill I gotta I gotTa be honest with you there's no one man who could keep an eye on rod you need you need an army you takes a village travis I'm not I'm not a big enough man to do that the way he is into a tight in one situation he jared Goff seemed to have had some struggles hooking up up until the last few weeks and it seems like they've made a nice connection since then it should but I am I right in my gut or should I get over the fact that I've seen him screw it up a bunch of times I just need to turn the page of Kerryon Johnson going out with the Detroit lions do you start him with faith this week tied Johnson going in as the number one running back for Detroit my some of the act there and I I just don't like Davis as much as match I don't think he's GonNa make targets let's stay in Los Angeles this time it is David David you're on with Casey joyner what's going on hey guys thanks for taking the call I need a flex in the PR. Seven Coleman of Corey Davis thanks guys gotta go with Coleman that one against Bill Belichick and the Patriots I mean it's even startled at this point if if you have some liable if you have some guys that you can put in replacement for him like where do you have him as wide receivers wide receiver see that was a bad game for the team lost they lost and that was a bad game bitchy Kyri feels differently I got fifty fifty with no turnovers such but any of them yeah the only question is is to get out to a big leader they gonNA throw the ball enough to feed all the receivers are and if he'd ever but I'd still take that chance hi players on the quarterback charts rise you have something from the twitter verse year before going to diverse from Raj dot com I got one due I dare Trussell del Beckham going against and let's remember he's got a little bit of that he's got a little bit of muscle let's say that he's a big boy and I don't want to do that has to step in front of him with any kind of warnings that way we need we need a full army have well enough so I'm probably going to go up but it's a real close call between those two key joining the football scientists joining us we're getting ready for week eight of your fantasy football season he they've got I mean I I just I can see him possibly as a three but I get so much downside I definitely get somebody else from the possible true and of course the waiver wire pickup of the week was tied Johnson with the punch of yellow radio receivers mid tier receivers right now and he would be seventh on the quarter on the charge this week to because of the thinness of position let's try some of these phone calls eight seven Chad Johnson and appreciating years ago he said our coverage is going to be just w that's it that's our entire coverage that's going to be his coverage coming against the rounds you're going to be double O B j all day long Carolina's Defense Coleman is he's not a Belco yet but he's getting close to twenty carries a guarantee of the game and I think that trend is gonNA continue he's definitely there's playing well and you get a high handy gotta go with because I was kind of questioning okay is this going to continue to great games against bad defenses and last face in the solid events and he did a good job one anymore I know he's not he's definitely one ambala check no balance going into this contest that he's going to say it Wa- what's that famous clip he had route off or Hopkinson I just can't I can't bring myself to trust talking because he just hasn't been getting enough targets and I like Rudolph matched and you know this week Washington it's not a good defense at all so I've got rank fourth in Cuba charge is not expected to continue but quarterback ranks are also thin this week to only eight Green Raider the same question because he got Johnston his league I would say probably because the giants run defense is so terrible I'm curious as to what kind of workload they're going to give Johnson I don't think they make them Oh cal carry on was probably a lead back but it might be more like ten to fifteen curious at ten to fifteen games against the giants defense that's going to be enough to get you to to a flex position Washington's pass carriages a seventy-three higher is better so it's green rated matchup I definitely cousins lineup let's go to the beach this time and Venice Lucas Lucas. You're on Morning Gentlemen I have a non PR flex position. I've got three players I've got I've got Amendola or I've got Valdez Gantlet it's an I think a lot of fantasy people are those Raj Dot Com answer your question Casey with Matt Moore Starting Now for the chiefs Casey Chiefs Casey joining I don't want anybody else and we saw a lot of people got burnt with David Johnson last week in juicy matchup against the giants do you trust David Johnson this week they're running back Oh land Friday then I would trust him eight seven seven seven ten three seven seven six that's a phone number if you have a question for Casey joyner. La and Christian you are Kobe percent from the wires thanks as mentioned before I with the upside that cousins doesn't play enough right now with concern because he's losing feeling this week and he he's joining I got I got abundance of wide receivers and I'm really weak at tight end I was wondering if you think I should trade DJ Chart Forever in Ingram thank you SNL cast member I I love them both I gotta go Eddie Murphy 'cause I I'm old school and he he was more and more cutting edge that's is this week he's got mostly green grades but there's no blue rated upside there I still think you have two players like him in the lineup of McCoy McCoy Kelsey and hill about it and that offense I've been playing I'm GonNa just been letting me down every single he's it's tough because they're the offensive line has been in horrible shape the bengals permits have been able to go a week without having some sort of an ABC Johnson who is going to be the guy who was up the depth chart is not nearly as good still has digs and that's a very failed match of I measure match up to a on a zero one hundred scale if you've got the you've got that kind of depth I absolutely would I'm a little worried about Ingraham after last week he had a horrible week last week is showed a little bit of rough than Winco will is a little Mobile Road right this go to Long Beach this time and Richard Richard you're on with the football scientists what's up all right thanks for having me guys off the board which means he's a subpar starter so I would definitely can for the players rises the next one coming from Raj dot com or is it coming from the twitter well this is I'm curious about this it's been tremendous the number point posting every week has been he's really consistent with what they've got going on the offense still utilizing him for big playability can't say that about corona cardinals it's GonNa be tough because it's going to depend on his practice Fica plan a full practice. I would see I trust him he did not practice on Wednesday and it will be whisk Kuvina is our next up Carlos you are on the football scientists what's going on John Brown or Terry Lorena Starter Practice today tomorrow but if he's in a limited practice I'm really concerned I'm thinking I might have put in there because it says the johnsons not there but he practices John Not sure I would probably do it for her I don't know if I'd do it for for I probably do it for probably all right let's finish it on the road the ninety one freeway Chris you're on with Casey joyner what's up Chris one point picky are I need to the three spots Marvin Jones Calvin really juju or chase admin three spots out of those four players thank you I was actually wondering I'm having some issues at my tight end position I currently have Delaney Walker and I was wondering if you would drop him for either Eric Braun or Chris I'm not GONNA lie watching The Washington nationals go right through the cardinals and then when the first two games of the world series has bummed me out he sorry I've got him this week ranked twenty seven I running back charts I mean so you could technically say that he would be a a flex option but I just there's such a low floor there he's a yellow player almost you get the thing there I just saw that Do you downgrade all chief of skill players because of the quarterback change I got one portion in my in my chart and things and get to Justin verlander it happens this is what Andrew Friedman had to say about postseason offense talking about his team it definitely fell short fantasy football weekend you can also find him on twitter at Casey Joyner T. F. S. I've seen him answer questions there as well Casey we'll talk to you next week thanks forget it 'cause I know scary Terry's than somebody who want putting their lineup a lot but this week is not the kind of matchup that you're GonNa WanNa do that in John Brown we can I think is gonNA increases progress because L Z is out Casey I feel like it's my obligation to ask a question like this Eddie Murphy or Will Ferrell as the best i Andrew Friedman or the dodgers in particular but what works in the postseason. We'll hear from Dave Martinez coming up here in a minute. The dodgers strike out a lot against the nets striking out a ton the dodgers have a feast or famine lineup with guys like bellinger guys like Muncie and Peterson in these guys they're gonna hit a bunch of home runs they're going to strike out a lot always a home run threat always a home run threat problem is when it's Strasbourg ensures her and these other guys we've seen it last year the Red Sox when all of a sudden home runs dry up a little bit do you have a second punch the nats have second punch listen to Dave Martinez right here for me it's just we've talked about ah by the way they haven't lost they have not lost their when that game go right through Saint Louis they won the first two of these but you watch it and you say okay yeah you can get the gear coal you can't it's been a very consistent receiver I think the upside people bike out of him he hasn't been putting up big numbers we can put up consistent numbers I just don't trust according to all of that matchup against Minnesota for for the first one I because if Delaney Walker he did not practice this weekend that's GonNa be a big issue for him so I don't think he's going to play this because you are going to replace him this off season and continue to refine and make better as we go into next year sure what else is he going to say right here's here's the rub here's the rub with not thank you acura accolades getting the the virus getting a either gives me fever and such he's so the dodgers struck out as a team last year thirteen hundred and fifty six times the net struck out thirteen of my hopes in terms of how a team or as a team the offense would kind of adapt and tackle the difficulties of October pitching and I think hopefully it's another one of those areas that we can focus on to upgrade or upgraded gray the quarterback position yeah definitely put a significant Dogra Tyreek Hill I've got him on twenty third of my while the other two all right riverside is the next stop and Anthony Anthony Your arms case joyner what I do Joe Mixing his even start ability to play them way they kind of do it they got run over by the nats the dodgers had the nets beat the dodgers needed to get six outs with two leading couldn't do it since then the Nazi up next year on with the football scientist Pei Casey what's up man I cook way what the quarterback position as Lamar Jackson today should I trust her cousin stardom or should I pick Gore because I think we could do that I don't know was the short answer but I know that the reason it bums me out is it can be done the cardinals were not a particularly good team they they got there through the fact that the nationally central wasn't very good in the car no way does being consistent is going to be tough because you're not going to know what's going to happen until until game day basically because I'll bet the johnsons going to be limited in practice of Johnson practices and Full Edmonds is the guy to bench turn but this week he's GonNa match-up Mention match points total I've got eighty six match points against Detroit they're terrible and they just traded their strong sages have a backup strong safety in there I've got him as a T. one this when they go on in against Kershaw and Joe Kelley and these other guys they've found a way to get guys on base they found a way to put the ball in play they made the Astros play defense can't learn a shooting star the dodgers don't seem to have that second punch and here's here's the cutting edge of it what do you want because the in Oh by the way we're GONNA strike out a ton okay it works over the course of one hundred sixty two games what doesn't work is when all of a sudden you run into a short the question is the roster construction needs to be a certain way to be able to do it and I don't know if you can still win the division without the analytics that get you in an eight times so over the course of that many bats that's roughly the same number yeah what the nats have been able to do though is when they've gone in against coal and they've gone it against Ver Lander series and a guy is on top of his game and his dealing and is running through you now what do you do and I don't know if you can have it both ways I don't know if you're GONNA have a team that slow Jose I don't believe in it you know there's nothing nothing comes from it when you try you just gonNA walk back to the Dugout I believe in just putting the ball in play things happen when last night and they couldn't do it a couple of times in caused him a couple of runs here's the rub though the nats can cut both ways right the nats are able to hit home runs we saw it the division every year they've won it seven years in a row with this philosophy of we're GONNA walk we're GonNa hit a bunch of home runs we're going to slug for a high percentage the way that Andrew Friedman is constructed this team they win the

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Mark Joyner - Where To Focus For Exponential Wealth Growth

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

1:10:29 hr | 5 months ago

Mark Joyner - Where To Focus For Exponential Wealth Growth

"Today we're entering five. Bits of data into the stream every day. That is exactly the amount of information that we entered in from the dawn of mankind until the end of two thousand and three. We're doing that every day. In the rate at wish that is occurring is also increasing. That was two thousand and five so every day. The number of exabytes that were entering into the information streams getting bigger and bigger part of the larger phenomenal. And that's and that's also clearly observable. Boom boom boom boom. What's up buddy? You're listening to the hustled flow chart. Podcast SH- man wolf and JOE fear. Wicked Yo much. Just got off one of my favorite interviews. We've done to date. You still sound so docile and like a like it was good. It was it was. It was a really really good interview. I'm pumped on it. I I actually WanNa go back so just to give some context. We started reading a report. I got about a third of the way through the report and then I had to stop reading the report to come do this interview but this interview is the person who wrote the report. It was kind of convenient and this report were speaking about is called your roadmap to money in twenty twenty a cautionary tale of hope and it's by Mark Joiner in that is our guest also. He's our guest today and we We actually did video. So if you're some references to video and his whiteboard he actually drew graphs and all that stuff. Just there's a video and will will aim to put it in the show notes in shared around But Wow Ooh all right so matt you you actually went a little deeper in this roadmap You started prior to. I did fifty pages in your one hundred fifty. It's interesting from my perspective already. It's it's like. Wow all right. It's unlocking different ways of thinking. It's extremely timely. I mean even though it says twenty twenty. It's not like this is written pre Kobe before all the crazy stuff hit the fan like no. This is like extremely this. Is your roadmap for right breaking out. So so mark joyner. He's like the father of Internet marketing. And we I ask him to give the rundown of some of the things that he's contributed a digital marketing world. And it's it's things like he had the first Pixel Tracking Pixel and he created the first funnel and had the first one click up sell and and I e Book Publishing I e Book Publishing Company. All of this stuff that we think of as just sort of like normal terms in internet marketing world this guy invented most of those. He said the second ad-supported search engine prior to Google. Yeah so we got. We got us that context Mark Joiner is and then when we actually got into the when I started reading this this roadmap that he just recently released. It's all about the future. And where technology is going and wearables and nanotechnology and artificial intelligence. And all that kind of stuff but then how to apply it in your business and how to prepare yourself where things are going and you know I don't want to ramble too much about all of the cool stuff that we just talked about this conversation because just repeating the whole conversation but was phenomenal and you could probably tell by how excited we are about this conversation that you're probably going to enjoy this conversation as well so yeah so. I guess like without. We're excited. There's a reason why we're excited. Even more said he was excited about going down deep travel because a lot of folks will go down the marketing rabbit hole which is great and there's value in all but really this is this is the layer that most people are not thinking. And this is the way I mean not GonNa say met I think on this layer all the time because we don't I guarantee that but you know we're open to this and I think if you're curious enough in this in what's actually happening on a deeper level Not only in your business on the news and the media in the world and and all these greater things and it's not like it's going to give you the answers. It's going to get you thinking that way. Which is only going to benefit you if you're not if you're if you're you know a wool over your eyes or whatever the heck the saying like you're living like that there's a there's a limited time span on how effective you'll actually be so. This is your opportunity to get ahead. It's definitely a mind expanding episode and this this roadmap we're talking about it is going to be a physical print that he is going to sell but he did say for listeners. Of this show that you can go grab it for free we We have a special link over hustle and flow chart dot com slash. Roadmap you can go grab this roadmap that we're talking about over there. It is currently free at the time of the release of this episode. I don't know if it's going to be free forever Once it goes to print may pull that link down but as of as of US recording this this going live. We know it is live over hustle and flow chart dot com slash roadmap. So make sure you go grab that report because everybody we talk about this. In this episode. He goes ten times deeper inside that report. That's right he does. Yeah we didn't have nearly the time to go deep on that but This will be a great precursor to that so hustle and flow chart dot com slash roadmap and then of course taking the notes not to confuse with another hustle and flow chart domain to get the notes of course like always have two weeks of the time of this going live. I get those notes hustle and flow chart dot com slash comp or popping on this microphone. Sorry about that hustling fluid chart dot com slash comp or text three four seven zero in that word cop. Ceo In be memorized isn't yes and once again. This episode is sponsored by our friends over at a traps age. F S Dot Com that is the SEO tool that we use and we have used long before they were ever a sponsor it is the tool that we use for all sorts of cool stuff mainly to keep track of where we're ranking for key words. That were going after in the search engines also so we can find content ideas we like to go and look at what are our competitors. I say competitors like in Eric Von we look at all of our competitors and competitors is an air. Because I don't really feel like we have competitors but I will go and look at like other podcasters and stuff like that and see what keywords are ranking four and then go. I'm going to get those guests and outranked them for their keywords. So how do sneaky stuff like that? But they're all of our friends and we allow and they do the same to us. It's all fair game because we all we all. We all have the ability to sign up for grabs. It's only seven dollars for seventy trials so secret weapon by now it's yours so get it a H. R. E. F. S. dot com. That's a H. R. E. F. DOT COM. It's seven dollars. Seven days totally were the you'll get it go out. Let's go talk to mark mark. How you doing man great? How are you guys doing amazing? I mean I don't know you're in Thailand. So that sounds actually a lot more using San Diego's fun but yeah it just seems like I don't know we got early in the morning which is cool so bright and early. Yeah well Sandiego was pretty Rad itself. We're both in good places to be in lockdown in bed. So interesting could be worse could be. Yeah no we're we're just chatting prior to all of this stuff is You just and we stumbled across across this without even knowing but this roadmap you ironically out before everything hit the fan pervasively. We're all logged. Yes yes yes. That's one of my Predictions of which. I am not proud on I. I wish I were wrong about these things but I think a lot worse. Things are on the horizon. We can talk about that here. We are. Yeah I'd love to get into that stuff in a couple of minutes but before we do. I want to give our audience and introduction to you in case they may not know who you are yet. You are one of the godfathers of Internet marketing. I mean you your resume of what you've done for the digital marketing space is just insane so I was wondering if maybe you could give a quick recap before we get into all the futures and we're GonNa talk about about some of the stuff you've done in the digital marketing world and sort of into this space. Sure I'm happy to I'm so yeah a lot of people. Call me the father of Digital Marketing Truth. I liked what you said. At one of the godfathers there are many people who contributed a lot in the early days on and made all this happen. But some of the things that I did. Why MINUTE ATTRACTING? Pixel started the I e Book Publishing Company and started the first ad tracking company. I the one click up sell something my company did I who are the first to do online marketing funnels. We started the first viral traffic building service on at a bunch of other stuff but those are some of the highlights. Some of the things that these are all things now. You know. It's funny a lot of this stuff back when we were talking. Pre Show is talking about how I have sort of a history of being lambasted for some of my my future predictions and inventions. You know back in the early days when I first started I e Book Publishing Company there were the tech press was like nobody's GonNa read e books this they're talking about how stupid it was and now e books out sell books Amazon right and then and then the tracking pixel like well. Nobody's GONNA use a stupid and now of course you know. Billions of dollars of transactions. Every day you know facebook I'm waiting for my royalty check facebook. Google come on. I know I know right. Well it's funny. You know some people say they say you don't regret not patenting all that stuff and it's funny actually kind kinda cool with it. Because if I had patented it what would have happened was they would just rebranded it. As something else they would have had better lawyers and I wouldn't have been able to get credit now. They're calling it the stuff I called it. I'm like fine. That's great for me. It's just good. Pr So we're out. Alright that's good. Yeah I mean they probably a lot of time energy and money. That's not fun fun. I've been relatively lawsuit free my entire business career and I would like to keep it that way. Throw no now at the future. Ism type stuff. So you've done. Well I GUESS. Kind of jumping ahead there. So you did all the Internet's if so what were you was your core business back then when you were GonNa inventing these things that now are just kind of take it for granted. What was funny is when I first started doing it. I was actually serving in the US military. A lot of people. Don't realize when I started doing this. I was actually in the military intelligence community but I never told anybody online. I was actually a soldier story. Though it is a great story it is. I can tell it now back then I didn't want you. I didn't want to be any conflict of interest. And you know it was it was it was a tricky to navigate especially having a security clearance and all of that is all kinds of weird things that I had to do. On what the you know the first business that I started I was actually selling stuff on. This is the first sort of digital marketing business. I was selling a how to get free language training from the government program. Because that's what I did. The diligence early the government gave me free language training. I learned the Korean language of all things for free. My recruiter told me I could pick my language which is total bullshit they all lie to you and was like. Oh the French girls notice of disappointments at all about Koreans. I was very very it automatically. I was quite happy about that but anyway I sold that in on bulletin board services before the Internet really blew up Do you guys know what these. Bbs things were. But you know you'd have to dial you know about that. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah it's SORTA I mean it's the one of these old stories of ancient Internet lower you know they're they're still out there. Dial into one and it would be one thing but there was a bit of a rally there because people would spread things around across these different bullet borders and And then I mean before that had a lot of entrepreneurial stuff that I did as a kid on most of it legal and then And then later when the Internet came around I you know. One of my biggest hits was a website. That was all about what we call. Biohacking now There's a website called hot Rod. Your head was about you. Know Different ways to improve your intelligence increase your life span improving human performance and all that. I'm and there was no there really back then. There was no playbook for online marketing. Bright but on people kept coming to me. They're like man. We're seeing you do so well on the Internet. Can you teach us what you're doing and then finally I was like man? Maybe there's a business to this. You know baby. Maybe I should start so I started signing my e mails office Internet Marketing Guru Brian. Oh you're like the Internet marketing guys so I kind of like was the guy for the longest time on out there and then there were a few others out there to you know back early days like Corey. Ruutel and Mike Angelo guys like that. You know we're doing it to on but we all kind of things out of thin air and for me. I didn't have any formal marketing. Education will be taught me this stuff. What I did is just basically applied what I knew from studying military strategy and human psychology and I applied that to business it just so turns out that that playbook worked out pretty well. Yeah and then. I started learning the the direct marketing stuff from the old school direct market greats like became friends with all the old school direct marketers. They started bringing them online which was cool. Yeah dodds really cool. So you're kind of that conduit to this new thing and I know the military training and mindset even now. We'll talk about this newest. Chretien thing you put out there this roadmap as well seems like it has a lot of that baked in there as well right from the beginning. Yeah well to me. I mean you know my military influences never going to go away and on. I'd I see this is just an essential part of life. I mean if you get into spiritual practices you know if you read the Gaba Gita. For example there are a lot of people who don't understand the larger context of the begun that eats other read that in without understanding the larger context. They're only they're getting a minimal understanding of it and really the the larger context is it's a part of a larger piece called Amal Bharata. Then they're they're it's a big. It's a massive massive Kale but Arjun had to go to war with a bunch of people and a lot of them were his family members in the Baba Youth is conversation between Arjuna and Krishna in its Krisha getting arguments might remind right with the fact that it's okay right. This is part of our existence that life is warfare. And don't don't feel bad about having to do this. It's part of the grand design so I love using Military's metaphor for anything because it is so apt for so many things. Yeah it really is. And that's why it's interesting out. A lot of military friends owner in San Diego so a lot of marines and Navy right on. Yeah talking to a lot of them you know. It is interesting. Because they're interested in business but there's a lot of carryover with leadership and strategy and always find to talk to leaders in those spaces because you're saying they're really fun absolutely. Yeah yeah that's that's a deep rabbit hole. We could spend hours talking that actual many our lectures just about using military concepts and service. Yeah Yeah I was. I was GONNA say one of the very early books when I started getting into digital. Marketing was actually integration marketing. That was one of the books that I read when I was getting into digital. Marketing didn't have a question. There just wanted to put that out there on recording awesome. Thank you thank you. Yeah and that that books are textbook now. A lot of a lot of marketing programs. And you don't allow that it's easy well it's funny. I never I never actually formally graduated university. I never went to school when I was a kid. I was all self taught is my parents. Were kind of crazy hippies. And I did whatever I wanted to do and Yeah the irony is now is that you know. Even though everything that I did was self taught when I got my degree I got it through independent study and now my books are university textbook just kind of to hear that story. Yeah it is it is interesting and I have to say it's Kinda crazy away. What does so so integration marketing came around. It was their like a kind of a pivot point for you where okay education you leaned into it obviously a lot. More than simple allergy came out that book and then there's all software behind that that I thought because that's one digest a lot more of that information from you is that side of things and and it's really interesting because it's a lot of mental model talk you know and yes. It's a lot of conditioning. That we all have that we carry over into our world now and it just sounds like you've been deep into that kind of thinking and you brought up school not going through school and all that but you're here you are producing at a high level. You're writing books in a day. I believe I've I've I've read about you as well It's just interesting your homework. You've done your homework help. It seems like you have probably some of these other mental models that most people might not have you think that's true definitely. Yeah I would say in a way. It was probably an advantage that I didn't go to formal schooling because I think that the the formal schooling that I did get. I look back on it. And I'm like man these these guys were brainwash us and especially in California There's there's so much of a social agenda this being crammed down kids throats and I didn't realize it at the time but I. It took me a long time to realize that even the stuff that I got peripheral. Even though I didn't go to school that often what I would go to school for a little while and quit now we are done with us because these people are idiots and on and I mean I I literally. I just couldn't stand the teachers not no disrespect to all of them. Some of them were wonderful right but most of them were just. I remember having a conversation with a philosophy professor at once. I got my. Ged tested at university. I went to university. And he said he just one of the stupidest things in the world. I had to walk out after that. This is it he said says you know says is the survival of the fittest but but is it always deficient in the strongest who survived and I was like dude. That's now with Darwin. Met like you're you're teaching philosophy class and you don't even understand what the fundamental basis of what you're talking about. I'm like I'm out you know like I. I can't I can't tolerate any of this so on but the little interactions I did have in school. I look back on it now and I realized that took me years to kind of undo some of the subtle conditioning that was there in the subtle conditioning. That I got passively from my friends because all my friends were being conditioned in a certain way and I realized now I I just I I know that so much of what people believe to be true is believed because of conditioning and I think the dot conditioning happens a many many different ways and being a veteran of the military intelligence community and I can tell you with Ortega that most of the media you consume is influenced by many things you know and this is getting a lot of people go Sounds like all conspiracy theories non and you can. You can validate this. This is a fact. You know I mean you know all the way from You know product placement by corporations to interest groups and intelligence agencies and governments. You know I deliberately planting messages into media. And it's all forms of media and if anybody you know here's this and they think that just can't be true. Well do a little digging and you'll find out that through the freedom of Information Act. A lot of this has been declassified. And you know it's just it's just a fact and I've done consultation for corporations who do product placement in in entertainment. I mean it's it's it's a thing and the the problem is that people are not aware of it so they're they're all of these sources of conditioning that we're exposed to but when you're not aware that it's conditioning when you're consuming it as if it's as if the surface level of the information that's being presented to you is reality. All of the conditioning goes right into your unconscious. Mind and you don't even know to question so it's a it's a very very difficult Thing for people in abrogate and this is why. I spent a lot of my time helping. Make people aware of this kind of thing. Because I think it's sort of like a a foundational thing that you gotTa know as a human being to actually function properly in the world today right and heard some stat lately that Nah you know eighty five percent of people by the I don't know if it was a US or in the in the world are had the attention right there in the news. It's the media. It's all during this Kenneth. Time it's wild like I mean. That is a lot of conditioning happening right now. So Times are never going to be like. They were just three months ago. No No. They're not they're not in. I think it's only going to get stranger. You know in the more we get into the roadmap stuff. I can tell you how strange it's I think it's GonNa get you know But this is one of the big problems right now it's You know I know you. Geyser. As we started talking you guys have just started reading the roadmap and one of the things that I talk about one of what they call the nine. Great threats is The great educational deficit and that is on a piston logical illiteracy. Right in what I mean by that is I mean. Epistemology is a study of knowledge. The study of information and most people don't understand how they know what they know how they formed their beliefs. In if you were to become aware of that process there are processes that we follow. There are for example jurisdiction that we use nor there are models of persuasion like this year. Ristic systemic model and the elaboration likelihood model explain. How beliefs are formed passively in our minds. If people knew that when they watch the news they would watch it two very very different Lens but most people today watch the news. They see for the surface reality and it's being presented but once you start comparing different sources of news and you start seeing a lot of inconsistencies. And how the inconsistencies are not just for new source to news source but even from day to day you know I mean you know. It doesn't matter where you and I'm not gonNA say anything one way or the other politically. I don't WanNa make this divisive political conversation because people will turn into a turn into automatons and be like. Oh no he's for this guy or against that guy or whatever I don't want I don't want I don't want you to shut your mind down what I want you to do is to say. Hey wait a minute you know is is the news that I trust. Are they being internally consistent with their message and I can guarantee you? They're not right. Because you'll notice that you know they. They will hold a per- certain politicians up to a moral standard and then the next day that moral standard doesn't apply anymore. They're talking about and other politician that they're trying to prop up and so every different news source of course has their favorite people. They're trying to prop up in diminish and this is just this big game but if you start to watch that pay attention to it start to say. Hey wait a minute. I'm not GonNa you. You're not being intellectually consistent here. Then you start to kind of unwired yourself from all of this stuff and you start to kind of thing for yourself and you say wait a minute may be. The information. Landscape is kind of game you know and maybe what's really going on is something that I don't have enough information to understand and I think that's probably closer description of what's really going on in the world. I mean I was a guy with a top secret clearance that means specially compartmentalized information right but I only got access to a small compartment. Took part is all about so not even I know not even then what I had access that I know what was really going on so for people to think they can really understand what's going on in the world by turning on the news which is deliberately designed to make you perceive reality in a way. I don't good premise. To Start Your life from. Yeah now it seems like it's like you could see a lot of hints a lot hints on the news but that's a hint to go a little deeper on something if you find some inconsistencies elsewhere on the different channels out there goes start digging on twitter other sources that you probably know about. That's it that's that's that's the beginning. But you gotta be careful there too because the disinformation game. It's vast and I just want to explain something really interesting to you guys right so when I was in the intelligence community right we still do to a certain extent on by we had all of these different branches of intelligence. We had human human intelligence cigarette signals intelligence. But now it's all under one big umbrella of what we call I. Io Information operations and part of information operations involves deliberate disruption of information. So you know. People started talking about the Russians. Interfering in our election in two thousand sixteen as if that was some kind of new saying I was like. Are you kidding me? This is news like this is this has been going on for decades right so when you go on to read it or any of these alternative sources you gotta understand there. People who actually are paid to go onto wikipedia and to make sure that certain agendas are carried out in certain definitions of terms. There are people who are paid to astroturf. Google right to make sure that what you see on. Particular topics is leaning in one particular direction. So fast for folks that that might not get it. Okay so astroturf so when you go out if you do a search you think okay. I'm going to find out. What is the world know about this right? Well that definition of what the world knows about it is based on what you find in the search. That's the search engine results pages right now. The search engine results pages as one of the guys I started the second pay per click search engine back in the day and I knew this was a problem I was like man. There are a lot of people out there that are trying to manipulate our algorithms and try to show up I and it was kind of a battle right so that battle is still being fought today now. Google will tell you. Their battle is that they want the truth to be out there. And there's a lot of information out there now to show that that's not actually true. Google actually has a pretty clearly defined blitzer agenda. And they they actually will slant information in particular direction so the notion of Astra Turfing is to say all right let me dominate the information landscape let me dominate Google Dominate Utility dominate facebook. So that whenever somebody looks up a topic like GM O.'s will example that all they're gonNA find his GMO's or safe all of the scientists say that GMO's are safe anybody who questions. Gmo's are crazy conspiracy theories Kuku for cocoa puffs. If you question that right and that's what you're GonNa find everywhere now what how you feel about. Gmo's that's your own your own opinion. But what I would tell you that. Is it very heavily? Astroturf topping say Sato Santo clearly clearly has some financial interest in making. Gmo's right. Yeah so anyway. I'm I hope that leads people to start going down the rabbit hole and say so. How did I form my opinion? So what is your approach? Let's say you WANNA go down a rabbit hole on a specific topic. Where where do you go? How do you compare sources like what what is your process? Look like. It's it's hard man? It's hard now. It's getting harder in what I do. Is the same way that we handled information when we were in in in the intelligence community right so basically you dealer with packages of information in a an intelligence package is going to have multiple corroborating sources. So before you say hey you know what we're GONNA love a bomb on this particular target. We WanNa make really really sure that we're not blown up school yard full of kids you know and there are a lot of people who take very very seriously. I'm and when we get that wrong. People hear about it and we get it wrong on so multiple corroborating sources is one thing but you have to go a little bit deeper than that now because you can get multiple corroborating sources now that are all extremely well coordinated and I'm going to say something. I know. A lot of people are going to go. This is just too crazy to believe. Will I believe bit? A lot of the information that you're presented right now is actually extremely well coordinated and then there are people who will say that's just that's it's not possible to coordinate information on that scale and I will tell you right now that it's actually very possible. It's actually super easy right so in in. Here's how it works. You don't have to have everybody in on a conspiracy to pull off a conspiracy of getting people to believe a particular truth. What you have to have. Is You have to have access to choke points right. So for example. Let's say one chokepoint is one media source or one search source or whatever you have access individual people who can make right decisions now. How do you have access to those people you get leverage on? I mean this is how the intelligence game is played. The intelligence game is played by getting leverage on individual people right so for example. Many people hypothesize right. Now that Jeffrey Epstein's entire a reason for existence was to gain leverage on people in power. Because you know if you had videotaped people performing acts of pedophilia you know a lot of leverage. You could get a lot of politicians to vote a lot of certain ways. There are a lot of other ways to gain leverage you know there are people with vices debts or people who care about their family members if you threaten their family members like hey you report the news this way or we're going to do X. Y. Z. And there are different layers of this and again this. Is You know a lot of people who aren't familiar with the way. The intelligence community actually operates. You're going to hear that goal. That's just all nonsense. No that's actually how things counter work right. That's that's a game that's been played for thousands of years behind the scene. I'm if you go all the way back to the art of war even Sun Suu Talks about the use of spies and he talks about these very things so the way I go about looking at information right now is. I'm it to multi-layered right so instead of looking at trying to find multiple sources because I know that those multiple sources may corroborate the same bullshit than what I have to find out is okay. Well what are the people that are likely to be lying to these saying right? Then I'll start out with that. I'll say okay. Why are they? Why do they want me to believe this? Why do they want me to believe this? And then I might go. Look at some alternative sources but tentatively because a lot of the alternative sources turn out to be total bullshit too there are there are fake alternative news sources out there that are deliberately planted on the Internet to confuse you to send you down wrong rabbit holes. So you've kind of got to just gather his largest swath of information as you can. And then you know us what Robert Greene talked about in the fiftieth law. You know in the Fiftieth Law. You know fifty cents said you gotTa have. The hustlers is the the hustlers. I was seeing things as they really are. What can you actually know? So for the for example in the Kobe situation right now you know there are things we can and can't nope we can't really know the number of deaths we can't really know the number of people that are infected. No now that there are doctors out there who are being pressured to mark. Deaths down as Kobe right. I don't I don't know if we can really know the reality of this virus but what we can no as it were a lockdown right now and a lot of places and we can know that there are a lot of people who really who want us to be in lockdown in their certain voices who are for it and Who seemed to be against it in all of that could be a game too right. So you've got you've got to look at what's reality and then you've got to distinguish that from what people are saying because what people are saying could be very very deceptive and it can be layers upon layers of deception built into what you're saying so. I don't have any easy answers for you on this. I hate to tell you and but but the problem is is that with the the epistemological illiteracy that we have right now. People don't know how to even begin to scratch. Peel out the basic glares. They're not gonNA ask that basic question of like well you know. What do I actually know for sure? You know what is observable true? And what what benefit could someone have for wanting me to believe a particular thing and they don't have the tools for sniffing out when people are trying to persuade you in particular direction when you wash a lot of the a lot of the news right now. A lot of what was called news is just is so blatantly persuasion. Let's more marketing than anything from what you know. It's like if you want to really study marketing right now and attention and engagement with the audience. You study the news right. That's not where you're gonNA find it though that's right so we're gonNA find the real information you will you will get a PhD rebel education and how to manipulate minds. Because they're doing a damn good job of it. Yeah I also feel like there's an element of like there's possibly purposely this information here this counter this information over here. That sort of counterintuitive to what this information over here is saying purposely trying to keep everybody a little confused on their toes in kind of wondering what to believe. That's one of the theories you know. One of the theories out there is that it's like hey make the information landscape so inscrutable that everybody just gives up right and and if that's their aim they've done a damn good job because even even for me. I think I'm one of the best equipped to people on the planet to be able to discern. What's going on right now and I'm still going. I don't actually know theories it's not good. It's not good so but what I can't say with. A certain degree of confidence is that there is a game. Being played bit is much higher than what is being presented to us on the surface. I think that's kind of like the table stakes understanding that you have to have before you can really start to understand what's going on in the world. Yeah absolutely seemingly go him at. Why was I was GonNa say we could probably talk about this topic for like two hours but I do want to get into roadmap which does overlap quite a bit actually with the union with the future technologies and stuff. So let's start at just kind of the very very high level of what what this roadmap is that you put out just kind of the Quick Synopsis. And then we'll kind of dive in a bit right. Well the basic notion here is that throughout history. You know we've had this phenomenon. I call either the great having or the great doubling depending on how you WANNA look at it in it's it's doubling the rate of paradigm shifts right in the speed in which paradigm shifts occurring or. It is having the Time In between one paradigm shift in the next so if you were to take every paradigm shifting discovery or invention. Map it out on timeline. What you would see is. Hopefully you can see this as you know an exponential growth curve right. You know it's been kind of increasing increasing but as exponents do they get to a point where they suddenly start to shoot up right and we're kinda right here right now. We're at the point where it's GonNa it's going to start shooting up so fast that like every day in one industry or another were experiencing a paradigm shift and there are guys talking about this like Ray Kurzweil and singularity and movement talks about this but they talk about it from a very different Lens than I do. They're lenses like hey it's GonNa Asher in this wonderful world of ultimate abundance and everything's GonNa be wonderful and I'm like I'm not so sure guys. I'm not so sure optimist to I heard I am actually an optimist. I'm a total optimist. Shit. We're all screwed. We're not we're not really well. Here's the thing I think we need to look at it through a lens of reality right so you know the the base thing to look at here again dealing with what we know right so like that graph is something we can no like is observable. And it's right now. It's you know it's observable in. Moore's law right in one thing and wars laws actually accelerating the rate at which it's happening in different industries right so paradigm shifts are happening every industry all over the place and they're probably paradigm shifts. That occurred in the last ten years. You don't even have any idea about. That's how vast the information landscape is right now and that's another phenomenon. And by the way that we call the complexity gap there was another exponential curve and that is the rate at which information is being entered into the street and the complexity gap is the gap in between how much information you can process cautiously which is only about seven bits of data. Right in two thousand and five Eric Schmidt famously said today we're entering five exhibits of data into the stream every day. That is exactly the amount of information that we entered in from the dawn of mankind until the end of two thousand three. And we're doing that. Every day. In the rate at which that is occurring is also increasing. That was two thousand five so every day. The number of exabytes that we're entering into the information stream is getting bigger and bigger right so this is part of the larger phenomenon. And that's and that's also clearly observable. That's like that's a that's something that's like. We don't have to worry about this information about that. That is like an axiomatic thing. We can all observe another axiomatic thing we can all observe is what I call the big five phenomena and that is everything is getting faster smaller more powerful more available and cheaper now the Kerr's wiles in the demonises of the world are all like see that's going to bring in abundance and I'm like well why you think that's not going to happen. A weapons technology. And I'll give you a couple of examples all right so for example. Three D printable automatic weapons. Now we've had that for many years down into governments. The answer was well. We'll just make plans illegal and I thought really. So how did that work out? Four the piracy of digital content looking napster. That was happening way back in early. Two thousands it was illegal back then. Probably all three of us towards ship Gono we'd never do that. We never records Y- author record off the record right so like every I mean that's that's obviously passing wall is not changing. This is why I you know I know I'm GonNa Piss a lot of people off with us and I'm at a point in my life now where I don't carry the gun. Control debate is just. It's it's so ridiculous you know we're talking about speed regulations horse and Buggies in the flying car era. You know. It's it's so absurd the talk about gun control and we have three D printable automatic weapons now now to let so. That's one example. People were like well okay. Three printable automatic weapons. But how far can it go? Well remember remember this graph right right if technology has been growing like this and like this likeness and lightness. And now it's shooting up in. We're here. How many clock cycles are? We away before we have three printable weapons of mass destruction. Second thirty minutes. We're pretty damn close. Now give you a really interesting example. So two years ago on there was an assassination attempt on a President Maduro of Venezuela using a commercial drone. That was brought over the Internet. So this guy did is he. Bought a drone on the Internet strapped explosives to it. He was unsuccessful but he came really damn close so medeiros guards were able to deploy ballistic shields fast enough they were able to size up the situation quickly half like Holy Shit. Hey something's going down. There is a drone here. They deployed the ballistic shields. That thing went off if they had not deployed those ballistic shields at time that they would have been successful. So what? I'm telling you right now. Is it with a commercially available piece of equipment. A man came this close two years ago to assassinating a head of state. Okay now you might think well you know somebody like the president of the United States. He's got to have so much protection around him so much protection. Well here's the thing as technology gets more and more powerful. How how powerful does it have to get before? A few people have technology that can rival. What the government has seed? Society is held together through the sing that we call the monopoly of force. The thing the only thing that's keeping people from stab each other in the eyeball is the fact that they know that they're going to go to jail right because most people are pretty irrational. And this this is a fact in eight own before we had a more civilized society. There was a lot a lot more brutality in society before we have these laws but in that monopoly of force is what keeps the fabric of society together. What happens when that monopoly of force is no longer held by the government's show? Yeah so what I call the transition. Tribulation is this point. We're going to get to where it. The war of the future is not between nation states or religions or ideologies or races or any of the traditional things that we you know we fight about. It's going to be between fast moving technology and slow moving governments. And I don't know how this is GONNA shape up. It could be that the other end of this maybe will figure out some way to create a Utopian society. Maybe the governments of the world right now. See The writing on the wall and they're trying to usher in a dystopia and totalitarian state to prevent us all from destroying each other. I wouldn't necessarily fault them if that's what they're seeing right but I also don't Wanna live in a Black Mirror totalitarian hell they'll know but what I definitely think is. Unavoidable IS IT. There is going to be a transition period between now and whatever the hell we end up into where things are going to get a lot more chaotic. And if you think that what we've seen during this Kobe paddock is anything. I think. That's just a preview of coming attractions. I think there are. There are probably about nine or so different ways that I outlined in the roadmap that all of this stuff can go sideways and they are. They are threats to our very existence. Why but there is hope at the end of it. I was trying to tell people like look all of these threats also have counters for each of the threats and there are things that you can use an individual to prepare yourself for this and that's what the whole purpose of the roadmap is all about. It's not to be you know a scaremonger I don't I don't think. Fear is very resourceful or good state of mind to be in. Also being ill-prepared is also not a very good state of mind to be in as well. I think it's perfect timing because this does seem I mean you call it the roadmap but that's Kinda how you start is in. You need to know how to read the map. You know how to see what's happening around you starts with you and you're thinking you've written about this for years now but this seems like this is the way forward and you just. I mean you happen to even though you've been spotting trends just ironically put this out just in time arc. Maybe I'm working for the government. Maybe maybe the genetically engineered it out there. Maybe I'm a double agent. Who knows saying that? Half jokingly right I mean that's actually it's not too far fetched to skeptical of things might to be like. Hey even the people who are professing to be truth tellers. Sometimes they're Trojan horses too. I mean it's not lost on us that as podcasters the people that put videos out there. We are technically part of the media. But you know you are. You are playing a role in information warfare right now whether you know it or not. I mean that's that is just the reality that were existing it but the problem is that most of us are just useful idiots in the game and we're not. We're not playing an active role in it. I don't think that's you guys because you you're pretty switched on and your thoughtful and you're asking questions and you seem to be very very sincere and I mean I you can tell you know when you turn on CNN. Can Anybody Honestly Watch Brian? Stelter and this guy is like really really trying to tell you the album. No most of them know right. But you guys I mean you get a sense that you're you're searching for the truth and and that's kind of what you've got to look for. I think that and other things you're going to get you on. The Road Map is that I think that there are other ways to perceive things beyond just are rational minds you know and there is a lot of science now coming out saying that you know there is even a second brain in the gut you know in what we can know through our gut and our heart you know sometimes is more correct than what we can consciously and sometimes that the things that come from our unconscious mind which. I believe by the way I think is is an energy field. I don't I don't think consciousnesses of brain local phenomenon personally and I think there's a lot of evidence to support that and think that a lot of what comes I mean for me like when I wrote a couple of my books in a day. I mean I don't feel like I wrote that stuff to be honest with you. I feel like I downloaded. That CHANNEL DOWNLOADED SIDHOM. WanNa think channel right but yeah no. It's interesting because you just find that vein. Whatever that flow is of information and you probably circulated overtime. Yeah and that's and that's a by the way that's one of the ways that I think. We need to navigate. This we've got you've got guys like Elon. Musk saying that the only way to defeat. Ai is to drill a two millimeter. Hole in your cranium. And I'm like cool buddy. Pass your you're smart dude but I think maybe there are other ways to get around this. And maybe there are latent powers inside humanity. That are waiting to be untapped. You know there are people who believe that we are a species with Amnesia. That actually has a greater power than we have been led to believe. There's a tremendous amount of evidence to support that notion as well everyday. We're discovering how more complex we are you know when we discover things like EPA genetics and how important human genome is and how humans are capable of things that we once thought were impossible. What is the upper limit of that I would I would say I want to explore that I before drilling holes in my cranium. Hertzel's yeah there's so much evidence for so much out there but it's our jobs to collectively put together with some kind of rational we can find some but I feel like that's what your roadmap is giving a folks. I mean like I said earlier. I'm only fifty pages in a little further already. You know it's like Oh wow I even told NAPA my holy crap we're like I wish we could move this interview out a little further. We didn't WANNA ask you want to dive deep in this book like now. I do a follow up. We can do a follow because once you some of the people. There are very few people that are capable of having this conversation right. That's interesting. Yeah you're right though because it's hard to hold that with like family members you know. Even if they're in the same house might be watching. Joe Rogan right along with me right. Do you think more I mean. Obviously I really feel like more people will. What do you think's GonNa Happen with the way that we're thinking and with these conditions that we've had it's hard to say but it's hard to say man it depends on? I believe that there are some forces behind the scenes. That have some kind of agenda right. I don't know what that agenda is. Maybe they're immortal multiple forces right and out but I think that's something that everybody kind of suspects right in really everybody's a conspiracy theorist whether they want to admit it or not it just so happens at some conspiracy. Theories are more socially acceptable in the overton window of the moment than others so for example the notion that Donald Trump was colluding with the Russians was perfectly acceptable in the overton window. Which is very strong conspiracy theory right. That was totally acceptable in common. Overton window thinking for the longest time. Like you could talk to the average person and you could talk about that. You wouldn't be seen as crazy but there are other conspiracy theories that I go. No you can't talk about that. Conspiracy theory is that one's not okay. You got to have the seal of approval of whoever it is. That's that's formulating the window of acceptable ideas and I do think that there is definitely some deliberate attempt or many many multiple deliberate attempts to formulate what that window is in the shape it. I don't know who the players are. This is where we can only speculate. Where is where I would distinguish myself from a lot of the people out? There who are hardcore conspiracy theorist people. I like to deal with things that I can known that. I can verify like if I'm looking at a freedom of Information. Act Declassified document. I'm like okay. I look at that and I say well. Maybe even that was declassified for purpose of making making a think something but at least I've got a document but then there are people out there who are like one hundred percent certain that there are aliens on Saturday. They've got these machines in that they're doing all these things that it's like. That's the theory I would you know. Show me show me how to verify that right so you gotta start with what can be verified. What can't be verified. But I do think that looking at the world through the lens of the notion that there are attempts to control things in certain directions. It's pretty axiomatic and obvious certain right. You know there's no way that that's not possible when we have something called politics on this planet. Clearly there are people out there trying to persuade you're thinking and wonder what they ultimately want from. You is a whole nother question. Yeah so the the Road Map it's called your roadmap to money for twenty twenty so with with all of this information that we're talking about it and all of all of these things that are going on how. How does this information lead to money for the people that are reading it and you don't have to give all the secrets the road maps free so he just needs to go get it but let's let's go on that for a bit was free for now? We're we're putting it out in a print edition so people can get it down candle now for free for now. Let's drop that quick because we do have a link in thank you for offering it for free as well hustle and flew dot com slash. Roadmap you can grab this what we're talking about right here and I love the title of this podcast by. It's awesome because it is. It is hard out here to be what is wanted to drop that line and some people are going to get the joke so people are not anybody who's watched the movie so yeah so the the way you make money from this is that I. Ach You gotta understand that. Wow things are changing like this. While this graph is this observable phenomenon you have to understand that certain industries are going to be rendered irrelevant. That's the first thing that we really have to grasp and that many industries will be rendered irrelevant in shorter timeframe than they were before so because everything is doubling or having depending on how you WanNa look at it that means that the length of time that any particular technology is going to be relevant is going to have itself throughout time. So we're GONNA get to a point where you're going to come up with some really bad acid ovation and then tomorrow it's GonNa be like there's the next new thing right. That's the landscape. Were in a lot of people they don't they don't really realize i. I don't want to mention the name of this guy. There's this guy who made this very very interesting health device and I. I want to be very careful not to give any clues as to what else devices because I don't want to embarrass it. But he doesn't understand that his device is going to be rendered obsolete berry soon by somebody else who's going to come out with the device. The does what his does plus ten other things ten times better for half the price and he's not planning his business based on simple axiomatic back. If you're not thinking about the future of Your Business Without that leads you're in deep shit. You're in deep. Shit that is does the table stakes reality that you have to understand right so the second thing that we have to look at is okay. Well that's true. Are there any industries that are going to tend to have longer staying power throughout this whole thing and you guys just so happen to be in one of the industries that I think has a lot of state power in one of those industries is sources of information that are reliable so if you can following and people are like hey you know every time? I listened to Matt and Joe. I know that they're not bullshitting right there. Asking people hard questions right. You know you guys are thrown me. Softballs right you guys are. You're digging in to this. You really want to dig in and you really want to understand. You're not being unkind. Thank you I appreciate that. Yeah but but but you're but you're also being rigorous and you're you're asking difficult questions and that is going to endure your audience to you. People are going to move to you. Because they're gonNA be like. Hey Man when I turn on Brian stelter and I can tell that guy's obviously crazy or when I'm watching you know I don't want to name on the left and the right and the full spectrum you've got amounts of full chivalry. I'M NOT GONNA I'm not GonNa say you know? One side is better than the other. They're all pretty equally full of Shit. However in the alternative press there are voices out there. People are starting to look to. They're like hey you know when I tune in to these people they tend to bullshit me a lot less and they tended to be looking for better quality sources of information. I think that's to have a Lotta staying power for long time and inside the roadmap I list a whole bunch of you know what I think they are going to tend to be more perennial industries over the next several decades. Fortunately love it. I think he also described the the rise of Joe Rogan. The reason Joe has gotten so popular so quickly is that he just does not take shit and when people start talking about stuff that doesn't make sense to him. He has no problem calling calling him on it and and going out. Yeah Yeah Yeah I have to say I mean you know. It's very interesting and I. I'm also open to the notion that made me you know. Rogaine is not necessarily one hundred percent What he says he is. Although I love the guy other guy loved the fact. Here's a guy who will talk about. You know a lot of stuff that I think is really bad. Ass topics to be talking about like and then they fighting an psychedelics and all sorts of random and also alternative history alternative sci. He's not afraid to bring those topics and have very deep conversations and he was also not afraid to challenge Jack Dorsey right you know with with their censorship and he did it. I think that a wonderful now. Some people say that he was being a little too softball in that interview. And I think it's probably some truth to that because in some parts it was like come on man you could. You could have been a little harder because tim pool simple to rights in so many cases. But I'll tell you what the lady the Jack Dorsey brought on was such a brilliant spin doctor was even there was even one point. You know where she was just like she was like okay well clearly. I don't have anything to say that she says you know what will thank you for your feedback there. I was realizing okay you just. You handled perfectly. That was your genius. Pr Agent because you noted. There's absolutely nothing you can say now in response to what you just said but you also know that you're not GonNa do Jack Shit about what he just said right there. Yeah you're better off staying right. There was absolutely brilliant so Rogin Rogan is interesting. But he's one of the ones. I'll tune into because I tend to get better quality information from Joe stuff from other locations. Sure for sure and I mean the just the sort of investment implications of all of this stuff. You're talking about pretty hugest. Well you were talking about something that you know. I sort of vaguely heard about with the graphene. The nanomaterial where they're going to have like tutors that you can roll up and stick in your pocket and stuff and that's kind of stuff was just blowing my mind but think about all this stuff that that technology is going to make obsolete and then also start to think about okay with that technology down the coming down the pipeline is not gonNa make some of the stuff. I'm doing obsolete and also wear the investment opportunities. I can make that are going in that direction. All Right See. This is beautiful. This is exactly where I want people to be thinking as a result of this see. Here's what's awesome so matt and Joe. Here's two very very switched on very intelligent. Dudes who are. You're not disconnected from the world. You're following trends but you're reading about graphing and that was a surprise to you right. And here's the thing crappy and has been around for twenty years and the and graphene is one tiny slice of the larger nanomaterial revolution. It just to let people understand how deep that gets. I mean what I'm talking about. Here is the notion that the periodic table. What if there was a periodic table behind that? And what if you could peel that back in there was another one and another one and another one and another one and we have no idea? How far back that goes. That's what the larger implications of the nanomaterial revolutions right. So when even graphene as a surprise to ninety nine point nine nine percent of the population in even to super smarts twist on dudes like you. Here's what I really want you to think about. What does that mean that means? That innovation is happening so fast. But one of the most important advancements in the last two decades slip by you to very intelligent guys paying very close attention. Things are moving so fast that not even guys like you can be on top of everything that's going on. That's how BRECON crazy. This whole thing is when people really to figure that out. It's like Holy Shit. I have to look at my life in a very very different way because right now up to this point. I been a bubble in if I don't see my life in that context of the fast changing pace of innovation. I'm not really living in reality. And if you're not living in that reality you aren't GonNa get surprised and you're GONNA get surprised in some ways that are not ready so the whole point of that document is to get people's minds ready so it's like look. I'm sorry but this is the truth in. This is what I think you need to do to prepare. And it's not going to be easy. It's not going to be easy. Oh boy if you don't do it you know good luck. Good luck on that note. Thank God my mind is blown. I want to dig in even deeper now like once we wrap up here we will. I will I mean this is finish that thing tonight. Of course I didn't want to stop rating. I come do this interview and I'm like well maybe I'll get some looking. Go Talk to the guy who wrote the thing yeah. This is managed to link when we're just hustle and flow chart dot com slash roadmap. And what are some other things? You're working on outside of this. So in twenty twenty and beyond with exciting you and what are things that we should be. Look out for you from you. Yeah so for me right now I mean I have a four phase plan that I'm working on to address a lot of these problems on. I can only talk about a tiny fraction of it right now. The the fraction that I can't talk about is educating people about this phenomenon. To begin with then we are also growing a tribe of entrepreneurs that we're educating in this and educating in the ways of surviving in this new landscape download that they'll get to get onto a masterclass that I give for free. The teach people about that that they want to get involved in that began as well. That's the part that I can reveal. There's a lot more in. There are some heavy years things that I've got planned. I would rather not telegraph because I would rather not have the world know about them until they happen. And the reason I gotta say one thing about this this is going to become a real serious game real fast and it already has. It already has with most of us on lockdown right now on US realizing Holy Shit. The government can actually do this to us just like that. We just woke up into a Black Mirror episode. And it's real. I think a lot of people now are starting to realize the seriousness of this. And I think that the future of humanity is in the hands of entrepreneurs and it's GonNa take entrepreneurs taking matters into their own hands not relying on governments because governments are designed to be slow on purpose and the there were good reasons for governments to be slow but those mechanisms are not going to work. The political systems of the pastor. Not GonNa work in. What's going to have to happen is we're GONNA have to have it corrected raising of human consciousness to survive this because think about this a levy with this less thought if we're only a few clock cycles away from being able to have three D. printed weapons of mass destruction. How many really unhappy people is it going to take blow up the world I think people do we have on this planet? Yeah right right I mean so. We're approaching eight billion now right so You know I think that the only way that's going to be addressed sufficiently is through entrepreneurs who give a shit about the future of their children and who take the seriously and who realized that this is not just about selfishness you know and that by the way prospering does not have to be a separate. From helping other people right. They are not mutually exclusive. And I think that when people can understand that that they can help themselves prosper by helping other people and genuinely giving a shit about the future of this species and the future of other people. Then I think we've got a fighting chance and that's kind of what we're working on right now is getting as many people. We went down that path as we possibly can love it now. It's just wow this is. This is definitely the most mind opening interview. We've had on the show at least from my perspective and it's getting a lot of of course and it's it's just the beginning. This is the iceberg tip of the iceberg. Right here so I can't wait to see where it's GonNa leave for all of us and I think we're all gonna think much deeper plane. Deeper level gone are the days of surface level. Marketing Service level business models Values beliefs. All that stuff so a lot of reinvention happen. Yeah definitely top favorite interviews. We've done so far so thanks so much for just totally bringing it. You're most welcome and again if you guys want to do that. Follow up on. I'm very curious to see where those questions will go after you read the whole thing so on Awesome Man. I great acts it. Thanks so much for tuning into that episode. I hope you dug it. I know Joe and I dug it. I actually kicked Joe. Out of the room. He's not here right now. Because I wanted to tell you about a tool that I really really dig. We use it in our business. We recommend it all the time. It's called easy Webinar. And it's a tool that lets you do live. 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Warriors: Sojourner Truth

"Hello from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia will MANTECA. Today's warrior was an evangelist. Who became an outspoken advocate for abolition temperance and women's rights? Let's talk about joyner truth. Sojourner truth's name at birth was Isabel Balm free she was born into slavery and Ulster County New York in Seventeen Ninety seven in eighteen o. Six at the age of nine years old sojourner was sold at an auction along with a flock of sheep for a hundred dollars so join our later described. The slave owner is cruel. She endured repeated beatings at his hands. Sojourner was sold once again this time to a man named John Dumont interestingly because Turner grew up in New York state originally settled by the Dutch. She actually only spoke Dutch while living with Dumont she finally learned to speak English at that time. Support for emancipation in New York was growing. Dumont promised that he set so joyner free before it became the law to do. So but eventually sojourner came to realize that he had no intention of freeing sojourner fled with her infant daughter in eighteen twenty six one year before the abolition of slavery in New York. She was forced to leave her other three children behind when she later reflected on the escape sojourner said I did not run off for. I thought that wicked but I walked off believing that to be all right. During her journey to freedom sojourner made her way into the home of a quaker couple Isaac and Maria van wagon after learning about her predicament. They took so joyner and her baby. In until the states emancipation of slaves took effect the van wagon and treated joyner kindness and compassion sojourner later said that their benevolence inspired her to become a preacher during her. Stay with the couple. She became a devout Christian around that time so joyner officially changed her name from Isabella. Balm free to join her truth because she felt to represented her mission of fighting for Justice. So joiners famous words. Truth is powerful and it prevails echo that sentiment. After moving to New York City sojourner worked as a domestic servant. She became active in the Methodist Church. Joining the African Methodist Episcopal Denomination sojourner also used her experience to help others volunteering as a social worker for former slaves. Despite being literate so joyner became a popular speaker and the abolitionist movement. She spoke in front of hundreds promoting religious tolerance civil and women's rights in eighteen fifty four at the Ohio. Women's rights convention in Akron Sojourner gave her most famous speech in called anti a woman. She spoke about racial and gender equality and refuted a common argument. That women shouldn't have equal rights because Jesus was a man in her speech she asked. Where did Joe Cry? Come from he came from God and a woman mandate have nothing to do with it when the civil war broke out Joyner helped recruit black troops for the Union army for her efforts in the war. And the abolitionist movement sojourner was invited to meet. President Lincoln in eighteen sixty four. She continued to teach and lecture about social justice until her death in eighteen. Eighty three at the age of eighty six. So joyner truth was passionate activist who used to religious fervor and personal experience to spread a message promoting equality tune in tomorrow to hear the story of another incredible warrior a quick note before we go. I want to let you know that we sell super soft. Beautiful Encyclopedia Will Monica t shirts. And for a limited time for offering fifteen percent off these t shirts to our listeners. With the code daily listener go to wonder media network dot com slash merch to see our selection special thanks to Liz. Caplan my favorite sister and co-creator talk tomorrow before you go. I want to tell you about a campaign that we're really excited about studies. Show that women and men are labeled differently in the workplace for the same behavior do unconscious gender bias and because biases are so ingrained in society even the most progressive among us are guilty of perpetuating the issue become a catalyst for change this international women's Day by joining the bias correct campaign catalyst dot org slash bias correct and by using the Hashtag is correct.

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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 3

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

55:41 min | 2 years ago

ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 3

"We're. What do you feel? I feel a World Series championship for. Baseball. Nineteen eighty-one. Let me remind you who was down to the World Series. Dodgers who won the championship in nineteen eighty one. The dodgers. Let me tell you something LA, we got this. We come into the his house. We have. I hope so I hope so maybe to regain Jay do they need to bring you in. They need to do it. And the pre game speech is going to be. We got a guy throwing one hundred get a couple of runs get, ma'am. Even more than a couple few view runs and the rest of this can take care of itself because we got our guy that kid that looks like he's eleven years old. He throws one hundred and he's going to go out there and do his thing against them tonight. Because that's what has to happen. The other to try to beat the Red Sox. Three two is going to be really hard to you're going to have to beat this team. Eight two five six two six two four. You're gonna have to score some runs and the dodgers have not been able to do it. The Red Sox have gotten the big hit. Whether it's Nunez is home run whether JD Martinez, a single the dodgers have and hopefully the Drennan in the crowd bueller on the mound. The fact that their backs are against the wall all of these things hopefully, add up to a couple of these things go on the dodgers way. Because none of them have so far been in both the game. Yeah. This when you look at the postseason run that the. The. Red Sox had the one game you can identify wish. They were kept in. Check by great pitcher was the loss to Houston game. One game. One Justin Verlander held him. And check to run scored that was it the other laws they had was more about the batches being code than a guy just blowing them away you can build on that. You know, it's difficult to beat them with johnke, and and dial is different. It's difficult which talent too much talent. They haven't been shut out the entire postseason. I doubt if we can shut them out. But if you can hold them in check the winner Justin Verlinden any game one and their series. Whereas he gave them to earn runs. But he got the run support. And he didn't let anything terrible happened derail in terms of getting guys on scoring position. He kept them all and check walkability as you said has the same sort of stuff. He can keep them in check. You're not going to shut him out. You're not gonna hold onto one run only. But if he walks out and he's kept in the two, maybe. Three runs. I feel pretty good yet. They need one of those dude performances. I forget whether I said this to you or to Keyshawn when morning before the show started. And there were showing the highlights it was after game. One of the Red Sox in the Astros were early interest just out there just doing it up. I mean, it was here. It comes. You've got you got you got nothing. You're not you don't have it. I have it. You don't you're gonna lose tonight. Right. The dodgers need one of those. The dodgers have been in these games. But they haven't gotten that. They haven't gotten that. It's just not your night. But it's not happening. I'm on doesn't matter. If you're on my my on bigger than your on here. It comes deal with it. They haven't gotten it. They need to get it because this getting into a game a different sort of game with them when you're the less talented of the two teams or the less hot or however, you want to characterize it or maybe both in this case. Your your hands fall? You're absolutely correct. Especially the attitude of you know, you're not today. Yeah. You know when Pedro buyers goes out there. I feel like he's like not today. Bright where goes out there. I feel like it's not today. I wanna feel like that about starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw. It was like I don't think it's your day. I hope that I'm on today. We'll see. Affect guys. Let's see what happens. Right. And then, you know. Bam Dame to re was going. Oh, definitely your day. You guys got me. I'm outta here. Game three walkability to come in and says, the bleeding stops right here. Here's Dave Roberts talking about the confidence that he has in Walker. Bueller? A situation where? You taking young player in an elimination jam where he's. Had certain obstacles or challenges are made games this year in different markers. And he's responded, but up until this point I was biggest one and to be in a hostile really boisterous. Clapback crowd in Milwaukee and for him to keep his composure and to execute pitches. Speaks a lot to him and not only is compete, but to eliminate kind of outside noise and still stay within a game plan. So that's very just shows a lot of moxie. He's four more polished than his birth. Certificate would indicate. He he he's ready. We kind of joked about a little bit. But I do think pitching in the college World Series gives you because for him. That was the biggest stage that you could pitch on when your college. And you pick your teams there. There's nothing bigger than that in the moment. Did you when you were with the Rancho raccoons did you guys make it anywhere in like, the regionals or anything? So what will be interesting with the Red Sox do with JD Martinez because they have a decision to make whether or not do you play him because obviously no D H in the national. They're gonna play him. Here's Alex Cora. Raj talking about whether or not he's gonna put JD Martinez in the lineup. Yeah. He's he's released a statement here. It's a lot to decipher. We'll see. Could you read more feeling? We'll see. What's the point of this? This is Alex Cora. Think that Dave Roberts is in his office. Damn didn't tell us. Now. What about what do I do? All right. I guess I'll just wait to see who comes up. Give me that Scott report on period. I got one for you. It's a Super Bowl. Tom Brady's doubtful. He's questionable. He's going and what he breaks to them will be a very dangerous. Batum care if he's got a bum ankle. I don't care if he's missing an eye or whatever he's he's as scary guy. He can have no fingers. Get a home. We're not careful. Yeah. The thing is is that we just need to worry about our house. Because while it is true. You went to be responsive proactive when it comes to what your opponents doing in baseball more. So than maybe any other sport, we have some housekeeping things that we need to work out for ourselves in terms of pitching rotation. Once again to the bullpen how long you a guy in. If someone's cooking, do you ignore the analytics and just keep riding with the guy who's hot. Have we seen Kenny Jensen? No. That say, let's go. Hey, guys, this champion a position in which I close a chance to close out a game for I think he'll pitch tonight, regardless. I yeah. Because even let's say it's eight to nothing Red Sox. You're going to see him tonight because he has a pitch in what four days now. Yeah. He needs to pitch and you're gonna maybe he won't pitch in a high leverage situation. But I think you're you're going to see him tonight almost for sure just to get a little bit of work in just to get a chance to go in there. And do something you talk about if you cooking if we find ourselves in a situation, and hopefully Keyshawn, and what he said a couple of days ago is still true that we're done with Alex wood. I'm skeptical because I thought we were done with them in late August, and he keeps showing up, but if bias or if another situation presents itself, for instance, let's say max months he's coming up to bat and they go to the bullpen, and they bring in a left handed pitcher, do you? Let him ride if he's let's say a couple of hits. Let's these hits you. Hits them. Right. But that's not how they do it. And it drives me crazy. It drives me crazy. If someone's not, I don't know someone's not a deep threat, but they just caught four passes of over forty yards on you might wanna put somebody else on somebody on them. You know, you have to be willing to look and make a judgment not just based upon the numbers, which eyeballs are speaking of numbers. You guys want some numbers jer, not sure they're encouraging. But this is about a teams that have gone up to in the series. So a team that's taking a tool lead in the World Series. They've done at fifty four times. Right. Those teams have gone on to win the series forty two of those times have a chance including each of the last ten World Series in which has occurred. But thirty one of the past thirty eight teams that going wanna I two games at home. So just Boston have they've gone on to win it. And then overall twenty one to fifty four teams that went up to have gone on the sweep the series. That's a high percent. Well, you know, when you stop those with the doorbell and everything for good news good. It was good. It was good to have good news. You know, our very own Travis Rogers, he played a college ball. He pitched right? I was able to go to a monitor's website, the Rancho coon's and get their fights on this. He seems. I'm not going to tolerate Gaucho disrespected like this. The funding findings. Inventor. That's pretty good. Better especially Guinea wins with them at least people feel good only the finest student athletes because Santa Barbara gauchos the couches mean Groucho Marx at the Groucho. The gauchos gal intimidate in. We've been doing. Well, we got face them Gaucho, right? Got those good-looking handful. Yeah. Look staring at you. Now that you mention it. The Lakers they made it back to back. They got the first win at Staples Center had his first triple double is a Laker. We'll hear from him next. Approaching three minutes to go in the Lakers sleep by two. Three. Happy birthday. To the ball tomorrow tomorrow happy birthday. He'll be legally old enough to buy drink tomorrow. Yeah. Oh, that'll be fun time. Right. Travis. That's very very refreshing to hear do you? Have his rap song the one we're playing right now. Do you have this on your your? No, no, no. I do not have any Lonzo ball lyrics on my phone. Okay. Yeah. Whatever man, not lonzo's. Not my top of my list guy. Good player. Played great last night play. Great last night. Good player. I wouldn't call them a top ten point guard yet. No. But I certainly can see him on that path. Yeah. No, he's good. I think part of it it it's it's a two. It's a two pronged thing. Number one is what he was sold as coming in. I think with the bar was set so high that it was owned be virtually impossible for him to meet the expectation in to just missed a whole bunch of time last year. So it's they're still a little bit of I need to see it a little bit more. But when he's been in he's been fantastic. And he he was in last night. And he wasn't just good. He was very very good. He twelve points, six rebounds, eight assists, five steals. Five ten from the floor to of five from behind the three point line. Can't ask for anything more. He was great all three of the magic. Rob picks were great last night of that year. There were great Zo was great heart the 2017. Yes. Those those three guys out the gate were very very good. And when I think about all the reasons why a LeBron James with hitch his wagon to a team that has made the playoffs and five seasons that he has no direct contact with that is why because he saw competency out of that front office. You saw that competency on the floor last night against an undefeated Denver Nuggets team coups heart ball, and it's v came in and came and got some really nice buckets Wagner is hurt right now, obviously. But they're hitting on the draft picks. In addition to free agency. That's the reason why I feel so good, right? They they are not just hitting l z. They're they're hitting grand slams that Kyle. Kuzma, if you took them with the fifth pick in the draft, you feel great about it. Yeah. They got him in the late twenties, Josh heart. If you pick him in the top ten you feel great about it. They got him in the late twenties. They they're they're not just getting these guys. They're getting the value of what you're getting in where you're picking them is off the charts. And I think you're right. I think that this was part of the competency of the front office clearly factored into it. But just the ability of these guys on the court, and we've got to see it last night last night was the first one we saw him beat Phoenix couple nights go, and they looked really good. But look, it's it's the sons, and it's the sons and we can talk about Devon Booker and deandre eight. And they're nice players. But it's the sons you're supposed to kick. The you know, what out of the sons? That's what you're supposed to do. Denver was a different animal. Denver is a team that had not lost a game Denver team. They have state Golden State that Yokich. I would be stunned. If he wasn't an all NBA player by the end of the season, and they went out there, and they beat them by one twenty one to one fourteen and the Lakers beat them. There wasn't given to them. It wasn't that anything weird happened. They just went out there and beat a really good team. And. I think that's as much of it is anything else that they're starting to be a really good team themselves, even though they're two and three and we're just getting started. You can see the outline of what it's going to be. And it's really nice the first season against Portland the right there. The Brian in the second half when into distributor mode because he was testing about and wanted to see what the guys can do game to we go facing opponent in the Houston Rockets that finish with sixty. Plus wins has the MVP and was like a shot of two away from making the NBA finals, and maybe even be champions. We're right there and at one point game before the frontal if you will game three the Spurs, right? That was a win. That was a win that we let slip through our fingers. And by we I'm talking about the Brian but miss free throws here miss game. When he shot there, but we were in position to win. And some of it wasn't just the brunt of some of the possessions within that last minute to that which could have better execute it. But we let us through our fingers. Those three teams all playoff bound teams. One was about the first game in a season on the road and Broadway. Never play. Well, and Bron figuring things out too against number one seed overall in the NBA last year, and you're right there in the fourth quarter with them and then game three another playoff team that goes down and getting tough fifteen player and the Rosen, and you right there until the end and and things and over time. Those are all great signs to me. Here's LeBron talking about exactly that Z about where they aren't figuring out their identity early on in the season for things as the conversation because we haven't had much time to plant so much. We start to see would eight games and eleven days. So we never have much practice time. So it's about the conversation as the film sessions that we we know we're very good when we showed a ball whenever by feel rhythm. But we're more importantly when we get styles, we all rocking down run and everyone feels apart often. So we all it's go back to this. And said it a million times the fact of the matter is you can practice, and you can have film sessions, and you can have conversations and all these things that LeBron is talking about and they're important, but you gotta. Oh, play games. And it's not just where you make. It's so rare or you just take five guys that really have not played together. And especially if one of those five guys is as big of a game changer, LeBron James's if sometimes if everybody's about the same that it can kind of come together a little bit more easily. But when you have such a megawatt personality and star in game changer, like LeBron is everything is going to take a little bit longer. We we saw Miami was on Cleveland, and we're starting to see it happen here. They got off to three start. But like you said they were in it. It's not going to happen in practice. It's not going to happen in phil-. It's going to happen on the court and they've played five games when they play fifteen it's going to look different when they play twenty five it's going to look different than it did fifteen, and that's why I'm is bullish on this group is I've is because it it's not going to regress. It's only gonna they'll have bad nights. But they're not going to get collectively worse. They're only going to get better. This is as bad as they will be and that's incredibly exciting. Yeah. Yeah. It's not like with the Oklahoma City thunder. And we're still looking for a first win. Right. And we have a big free agent signing plane, and we've got an MVP back, and we just gave us sixteen point lead Boston and still can't figure out how to win rainbow stuff by last night. So I'm looking at squad. I'm not going. Well, we're better than that. We're in a better place in that they may have the names. But in terms of the way that we're playing we came out the gate in a much better place in them and they'd been together longer. He's Houston only has one win and that one win can against us. And you could say Fussell the they got until after the fight. Yeah. Yeah. You could say that had a lot to do with them getting that one win. They're at the point now where there are four first round picks again Jimmy Butler 'cause they're already feel like they're in trouble or they're trying to go all in win chip right now. I think we're offered a better start than them. Look at Minnesota. The T wolves were supposed to have better recommend. They get the same record out the gate, and again, this is the team with three very good players that have been together the knee. You know, you know, what I'm saying? This is if. We're talking stocks. These other ones are at their highest value. The Lakers are at their lowest value arguably right now right now, we're still trying to figure these things out. And so I feel really good right now. I feel as good about this. Laker team is any Laker team. We've seen since the end of Kobe Bryant's era and the Kobe when he was all hurt and busted up we knew that that really wasn't going to work. I'm talking about when Kobe was still Koby. And you knew that every night that he went out there. You had a chance. This is exciting. It's been inaugural even more because the with that Kobe team and those teams at the end, you kind of knew what the ceiling was even Coby was full Koby. You knew that it was going to be something that was maxed out this. I don't know. What the max is. And that's what's exciting. Yeah. Absolutely. All right week. Eight fantasy football is here. Get your length advice from the football. Scientists Casey Joyner we you know, how this works. We go through it very quickly and a lot of you wanna get in. So if you wanna ask Casey Joyner your week eight fantasy football questions you wanna call right? Now. Eight seven seven seven ten ESPN eight seven seven seven ten ESPN you call so reach out on Twitter, you can send them to Raj. You can send them to me. We'll get into Casey as well. The football scientists next week eight of the NFL season we fantasy football as well. Nate seven seven seven ten ESPN is your number. If you wanna get in and ask Casey Joyner, the football scientist a question, that's the way that you can do it. Plus you can reach out on Twitter as well at Travis. Rodgers is a good way to get it to me. You can get it to Raj at Raj groves l z at l z Granderson. You can send it to him as well. So we'll get Casey on here in just a minute and go through as many of your questions as we possibly can. I wanna start asking Casey about the Rams and the Packers. And I mean. I mean Rodgers is so amazing. Let's bring him on right now, Casey Joyner. Scientists ESPN fantasy football experts morning, Casey. How are you? We aren't fantastic as well. So let's start the the Rams de we saw it. Aaron Donald did last week got Aaron Rodgers for the Packers today. Do is it Aaron Rodgers. So you always play Aaron Rodgers does the ram defense factor into it. Staggers into it. But when you look at the thought he for the for the Packers. I do blocking great for you spent fancy section. I take a look at the how they're going to impact Phoenix ice Luik. The Packers rate is see it's going to drop Rogers right down. But when you talking again, it's going to be a top rated player getting the top rank out about the mid tier key one thirty at eighteen to twenty what are you expecting over offense? Out of the round-robin expecting there blocking. I did again. And they rank top from the league in my overall blocking bases here. And they're in the top five oh pass balking at run blocking in the package. They don't have any great difference there mid tier teams. So I've got the ranch rated at be plus in the balking this week, which is a top ten ranked inside just expecting the usual. Question is early get thirty points four. The only twenty twenty then all seven games, I think that's going to be. I think he's going to trend towards thirty TC. When was the last time we saw somebody like Todd Gurley. Who was a good for like, you just said thirty points is not like, oh my gosh. Look what I got. It's almost expected at this point was last time we saw that. Commenter meeting. I mean. Back in the day to day to get somebody who can do this consistent. You know that you put them in your lineup. And he's gonna put up might win you every week. Now, you've got some players positions doing things, you know, you'll be looking at homes and touch. You've got some other players like that watching last night. So I being girlies just to guy who you could plug them in every week for twenty five plus eight see I we haven't seen. Let's go to the people. We are these show of the people rise. You went on Twitter. Yeah. Kevin from LA wants to know is this finally the week we can trust US's own Ronald Jones junior junior third. Can he start them in this flexes week? I getting enough of the carriage of the buck blocking run blocking been terrible season two weeks ago. They put up a really good performance last week. They did not put a performance. So I really don't trust blocking that much farther. Still looks like he's the lead there. So unless you in a really deep environment of your fourteen league, I might say you have if you're in anything twelve team low. I'd probably say look options. Let's go to the phones with Casey joined the football. Scientists ESPN senior NFL and fantasy football insider we will start in the I E and chino with Kevin Kevin Casey Joyner. In a day of black. Nick. I liked your blocking in Cleveland for the most part of Pittsburgh run block run defense. When you look at their grade, it's an unstable matchup for them. And I think chubby when you last week he was trying to UT hit the lion. He's trying to make homeownership in trying to hit singles he'd have a four yard carrying the outback trying to get a big play. I don't know that it's gonna work against John defense. And although I don't like the lion. So that most this week because I think they're can run the ball tunnel passing in players because it goes not cheap huge one blocking vantage against the hawks. I still think probably better by home runs and not single sounds like a member Angeles. Dodgers. Let's try another one the valley this time Northridge, and Sean Sean you're on with Casey Joyner morning guys too. I need you to pay two receivers for me in a p p r dope bowling Thomas, or our Sean Jeffrey. House is gonna have better improved match up because the secondary for the the Jaguars is banged up. You've got we as I make a trip over to England. So I really like his match a lot of us. I wouldn't care for that match up. But I'd put him in the line of because of that. Thomas in Baldwin Baldwin get better last week. But all he's still not playing the level. He has in the past. He's still take your little slowed by indoor at least not doesn't have quite the burst of he hadn't passed your. So I'm like Thomas better hit p p r league Christian Bale's Batman or Adam west. Nisa scientist or for his veil. So I gotta go Christian bale. I think was probably all right. Well, I would I guess he's about football. Now. I'm just impression in asked about Alex Smith. That was my next question. Tends to win when agent Peterson's running well, but if facing the giants with saquon Barkley, which one again you going with. The giants have that. The giants have terrible one blocking this year embark. He's doing well when he gets good blocking but Peterson's doing well getting a lot better blocking and he loved his ability to attacking by patients, not gonna give you the kind of breakway wants to Barclay is. But I would take between those two. I mean, I was paying has started Barkley over Peterson Peterson guys can be top twenty back the rest of the season. I mean, he keeps getting the block in the east getting there. I he could be an Rb one at times this year. And that's something impressively got his. Well. Casey's from Twitter verse which San Francisco running back is the one to own from here on out. I still freed. Of course, you've got the issues with the with his injuries. If he's healthy. He's got on. They don't seem to want to have anything. Do Alfred Morris he thinks their offense, but they wanna have a pass catching running back. I really like me mastered. And certainly I would pick him up in Deepa putting much any deeply Trump junior high release the backup because he showing some bursted that Morris hasn't shown any very good number. My good blocking champ metric, and I just think he's going to be somebody who have freed her. I think they're gonna lean Mostra mortar Morse Casey Joyner the football, scientists answering your week eight fantasy football questions Carlos in Los Angeles. Carlos you're on with Casey what's up morning, gentlemen? Go dodgers. Yeah. I got I got a question regarding my I got three options Christian Kurt Aaron Jones or Ronald Jones. Kristine Kirk has been the vertical receiver for the cardinals. He is almost half of their vertical yards that year east. He's that central to their offense. And you don't think is he doesn't do anything. But catch passes a little tough to be to play him. I'm not sure Tamala Jones good. I think Barbara still going to get the bulk of the carries their Aaron Jones Kevin same thing Jamal Williams area. He he should be getting more of the carries. But Williams is better pass bogging. So they don't trust Jones and all the situations that they should having said that if I'm if I'm. If I'm playing these three I'm probably gonna put Kirk I because I'm gonna play the home runs, but eh percentage play with my Pete John's because I like match at the saw the Rams are gonna be well high scoring games kind of between those two eight seven seven seven ten ESPN. If you've got a question for the fantasy or the excuse me, the football scientist is where. Panacea. Stop stereo. Did this time Andrew ender? You're on with Casey Joyner. Hey, how's it going guys? I got a question for the flex spot. I got the touchdown ghost in Christian McCaffrey. I'm waiting to score or Tyler Boyd going against Tampa Bay in the flex. At PR PR. PR PR. Thank you. I I been a great surprise this year. And it it it's great to see what he's doing PR. And you've got McCaffrey day want to Cal him. I think in that matchup. They're going to be able to bell cow him because Baltimore's past that's really strong and their run defense not nearly as strong. So I think you're allowed is going to be able to run the ball Carolina prior to last week. They were leading the league my run blocking metric so I think run the ball amick every still gonna catch him hats catch at least is at least as many passes. Void if about more she to the cabinet that one. All right. Let's get a couple more in here. Let's go to Los Angeles. And Dan, Dan, you're on Casey what's up the morning morning? So I got I got a PPO or one point four wide receiver. I need to start three out of four cook Smith Schuster Hilton and at Allman. And. Oh, yeah. I've got cooks rated lower than most. Because if you look at the Packer secondary metrics, they actually are pretty strong in the number of areas. I wouldn't think that even is quite as strong as it is. But I think it's gonna be a high scoring game. I'm not Truckee keeping the lineup misused as top twenty receiver actually make a case to be. What we talking Adeline Hilton, by the way, Indianapolis only three twenty p passive last week because they had a great run blocking vantage this week. They're gonna have a great pass vantage. So I think he's going to get a ton of pass if I probably put him in there, and I would probably say that on. All right. Let's try the last one here in riverside Adrian Adrian, you're on with Casey Joyner. What's up morning, gentlemen? Just wanted to get a trade question. Should I trade for Sean McCoy considering the trade the the Trinity's in my happen? And it's so Nick or carry on Johnson could or should I treat for him with one of those? Me trading. Carry on Johnson right now. I didn't Article V it's been plus paintings detection last week and talked about the lions run blocking. They're run blocking fantastic Tricia has kind of blocking it looking for and carry on. He's got nearly twice as many orange pa- carry on good blocking plays as Garrett block. So that makes him an incredibly productive back compared to competition. I think he's going to be the guy there to shovel McCoy, it's a tough call there. Chubb is not going to be the lead block of it. If a Koi as we get ready to get treated team with good run blocking probably want him over Chubb for the season. But I guess on several and blocking but McCoy doesn't get traded to team that has better run blocking on. I'm gonna watch up. So be kind of up in the air. Just you have to have their what it's not, it's lamb donkey. I'd probably say no unless they knew who are has gone, Casey Joyner, the football scientist, ESPN senior NFL and fantasy football insider joins us every single Friday KC real quick if you. Have an Oakland raider on your team? P P R DP are VCR. Sued you, get rid of them. And I'm looking at Derek Carr right now. But just just across the board. I would probably keep Jared cook and fantasy because you're saying that he position is readily been this year, and he's probably a t one in pretty much any violent almost anybody else. I would think about getting rid of I'm Mike keep Doug Martin and deeper league because he's going to be the leap back now. But I mean, if you talk at ten team, they wouldn't even want him at Casey Joyner T F S on Twitter, and I've seen these questions even after he comes on. So you might get lucky there at Casey Joyner T F S, Casey, always. Thank you. Thank you, sir. You got it. He's good, man. They'll people hit them after the show. They search. He keeps keeps firing in the answers back Bill your fan base. That's right. You know that a dumpster fire. This Oakland Raiders is bad as their record is I see one two three possession games that the two of the three one possession games. They should be better. That's why they didn't need to torpedo this whole. That's why they didn't need to the house to the ground to rebuild it from scratch the Lakers and the second star one of those guys is on the market potentially. And the price might be oust astronomically high. We'll talk about who it is. And what the cost is next fortunate the game show for people who can do jeopardy. So what do both by intellectual? What fortune. I can play jeopardy. Yes, exactly what you'd be. That's the by intellectual. The sentences or whatever this the phrase. Yeah word. They are coats synthesis, though. Running out of were unaware. Here's. Happy birthday pets Ajax. Good. He's a huge dodger fan. He's in a ton of those games. If you know, you always see oh my gosh. I'm blanking on her name. Mary Mary Hart. Vernon Shirley, Mary Hart. She's Mary hurts their Mary hearts at every game. She he he's usually right in that little section. He's a I know jaycees always there. He's always there and seen. King king goes to a lot of games. Yeah. Keyshawn wasn't on episode of wheel of fortune. Once I did not did he win. No, no what he lasted long dance with audio. Lasted shorter. We do have audio from Keyshawn on the show though. All right here. He goes, I don't know what that is. That's for every question that was asked if he didn't do in score many points that way. But that's jets birthday is brought to you by Jaguar Land Rover Newport Beach, soft Seventy-three toward the seat. Maybe at the Rancho raccoons where Travis played but anyway, visit Land Rover Newport Beach dot com. Land Rover, it's above and beyond near that the car dealership, you're by my neighborhood down in Orange County. The UC Santa Barbara gauchos, of course, play in lovely Santa Barbara. With the Cowboys. Just unique singular. Yes source skunks. No, one wants to go to his side Elsie just look on this side of the window. So where were you when they were making fun of my voice in my absence. Band. They want you to have his back while you're bringing up old stuff. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't do a lot of things. But I listen pretty good listener. So going back to the off season when the Lakers were going after LeBron we've figured that. Lebron was going to be the guy that would get the second star. Didn't get it in Paul George decide to stay in Oklahoma City. They couldn't get a deal done with Leonard in the Spurs. So he ends up in Toronto. And the Lakers. I guess presumably would still be looking for that second star, right? And Jimmy Butler's name always pops up. He's going to be a free agent at the end of the year. We know that he's very unhappy and Minnesota the tea we he has wanted out according to ESPN dot com in whoa, JR. A review the the the lead from his piece the Houston Rockets are making a renewed bid to acquire. Minnesota Timberwolves all star Jimmy Butler, including four future first round draft picks in their most recent offer league sources told ESPN four for one cells e now that could be garbage for garbage number ones. Because. If in fact it happens, and you have Chris Paul James harden and Jimmy Butler along with the very healthy. Clint cappella patrolling the pain of you're not getting the lottery pick up twenty Twenty-nine big. Right. So is sounds on the headline sounds like shocking. Like, oh my God four first rounders. But these basically early second rounders when you consider this success that the projected to have but Jimmy Butler, you know, I saw him Legler. He doesn't feel that. Jimmy Butler addition to the Houston Rockets quad means a challenge to Golden State Warriors. I disagree. I think that authencity obviously he's able to create his own shots. Not just dependent upon those two guys and Chris Paul and James harden. But defensively he has short that these they let when they lost Trevor REEs, and my booty, he's a very good perimeter defender. He's a willing to Fender part of the reason why he's having a hard time. Minnesota's because he's surrounded by guys who don't have the same toughness on a. Offense to that involves he does. So I'm not willing to say that they're going to dethrone them right away. But to dismiss them I think it's premature if they were to get Jimmy book. I think you bring a good point about where those first round picks might be. They're going to be at worst. I guess depends on how you wanna friends at best. You're probably picking somewhere in the low twenties high teens at at best and probably more than likely in the last part of the first round. I get it. It's not what you're doing. But here's the flip of that. The Lakers have found incredible value. And that's on the draft in Daryl Morey is a very capable general manager. You would think that he would be able to find if not similar value at least value in the late picks in the draft. And if this was a team that there was built around James harden, exclusively than sure you put. But I think a big part of what makes the rockets a threat to Golden State. What makes the rockets of threat to be one of the best teams in the Western Conference? And maybe get a chip is the combination of James harden. Chris paul. Chris Paul's old Chris Paul is playing in in less games every single season. Usually he plays in a handful less than he did the year before they gave him a whole bunch of money and long-term security, and this is a man who breaks down and his breaking down more often than he did. And if that trend continues in Chris Paul is on the rack, more and more James harden has to carry more and more of the burden. We're talking about a situation where those pig you're going to need to get younger because your number two guy, or maybe it'd be too a at this point of Jimmy Butler comes in, but you're going to need some picks. And you don't have any in. You got all this money tied up. You're going to need not only picks. You young inexpensive players right without picks or two without picks. That is hard to do. This is clearly an all or nothing move by the Houston Rockets, if they were to choir him, but you know, the silver lining in this for if you're Minnesota, of course, is that if you trade Jimmy Butler, and you get a bunch of late round picks Jimmy bundle thirtieth. You can't hit. Sure. The question is do you have a guy in place who can find those gyms if it was RC Buford in pop if it was as you mentioned with Maury. If it was Lincoln magic point magic. They can do something for late round pigs. I'm not sure if tips is that guy. He's too busy bringing in the old bulls. Taj Gibson, Gary who was playing well, but still you can't build that for the future. So I don't know if the Minnesota's gonna pull the trigger. I mean, part of the reason why they haven't pulled the trigger yet on a deal because tips doesn't wanna give any Butler. No he wants that toughness on the squad. But the not willing to pay them, and they made them for nothing. And you can't do it. Can't did your and Tibbs is not only head coach. But he's in the he's the guy that's making these decisions as well. You can't no he loves him. I know he loves his toughness. I know that he's he's about what Jimmy Butler is about. But as the coach, I get it. But as the executive you can't let him walk out the door and get nothing coming back. You you just can't do it. So he's gonna move at some point to bring this which which is why once again if I'm the Lakers front office. I just make a phone. Call and kick attire say, you know, what, you know, Houston Rockets is trying to offer you, you know, some twenty seven thirtieth pigs and stuff for Jimmy Butler. We'll give you this one piece and then a future pick. And then in NBA ready piece right now, relatively inexpensive. Good to go. Good to go. I've got an update. Yes. From Minnesota fairly, you know, my people. Kris van Damme. I gotta get another. Minnesota is showing no inclination to move on to Houston offer of the two injured players and four first rounders for Jimmy Butler. So no movement. They were not impressed with the offer. Everybody's a no until there. Yes. Jimmy butler. Settle down. It's no, no, no no in. Oh, you give me this pick this player in its Travis. You're gonna have to sit through this. You started it. Yeah. What on a pride? Anyone? The great philosopher, keep sweat also said when you say, no, I say, yes, that's what's on. This is Travis. This is what rose is clean. Impeach three. The to the Minnesota Timberwolves. We'll hold on. Let me check. It's twenty eighteen we're not allowed to do this anymore. We aren't allowed to say. No be alright had a nice night. Maybe to move on Jimmy Biki sweat navy. Maybe I think you do make the call. I do. But I think what we saw last night in. This is your cores. Go ahead and seeing Jarvis. Come on. Stray. No, no. I don't again. I don't know any of it. You know key swing. He stopped touring. He actually worked right down the hall right now. That's disrespectful. You can't just respect the great teeth. Trump's go for it. He was on the breakfast club. Or we're gonna breakfast. Yeah. We should get them on. We're going to we're gonna work on sweat was in the breakfast club with Molly ringwald and if and if he declines. My god. In his defense. He was a little boy. And. That's record was. I I didn't know there was a second one. There's no. Yeah. That's a group in the New Yorkers on the radio. The breakfast cla very poverty of tower. One actually good. I supposed to know. But it's way on the other side county times. I get it. You make the call. Sure awe offer a piece kick the tire, whatever. But I think that what we're seeing what the Lakers with Kaku in particular. And and potentially with Lonzo ball as well that you know, what I don't have to say, whoa. What's it gonna take to get linear? What's it gonna take to get Jimmy Butler? I can't let the Miami Heat getting here. I I can't let the Houston Rockets getting here and get them first because I have to get it avai get it. I don't get it. They can be thinking I'd like to have it. But I'm not going to overpay for it. Exactly. Because I have other pieces that may turn into exactly what you have right now, and maybe even more so I I can bargain shop a little bit. I don't have to give you everything I've got to get your piece because I've got a whole bunch of things that might turn into something just as good as a Jimmy Butler. Absolutely. And you're listening to Caspian loss being less. Unless. Who's going to get the bump up a bump my? All right, anyway, eleven is eleven every go. When you look at the depth that we have at the wing position, we are in a place where we can offer up a young peace and quickly elevate by getting an all NBA performing Jimmy Butler, but I'm not willing to give up an important young piece for a thirty year old who might bolt anyway. And we're not an all or nothing position. Like, the Houston Rockets are because of what you mentioned with Chris Paul. Our Chris Paul if you will the broad James never gets hurt. And he's eats. You know, any plays in the playoffs. Doctor you talked about Chris Paul breaking down. He doesn't just breakdown. He breaks down you need him. Most just like last season and the season before the the playoffs is not his fault as fluky things. I get all of that. It is it's true though. But at a certain point, you know, it's Clayton Kershaw into postseason given up the at a certain point, you are what your record is for Chris Paul. You get hurt consistently in the postseason when your team needs you most? And it's unfortunate, but they do need a backup plan, otherwise great experimented doing and all this minute. Get tied up every postseasons get derail by an injury. And Jimmy Butler is not Chris Paul, but he missed time last year two and the way the Jimmy Butler play Jimmy public places guts out. Yeah. I mean, he he is a tough tough guy that it's going to go out there, and he's not going to coast. He's not going to save himself. He's going to go out there, and he's going to blood and guts it up because that's his game. And that sort of game typically does not age. Really? Well, it doesn't it just went once it goes it goes in Nelson. You're not making a move for Jimmy Butler in the short term. This is not a, hey, let's make a show where you're gonna have to resign him. Because if you're going to empty your cover two picks, like let's just say that the the rockets deal goes through I'm giving you my four picks. I'm not gonna let him turn around and walk out the door nine months. No, you can't do that. So now, you got dump committed to Chris and Jimmy Butler. Nj. But James harden, I feel good about having on my books for whatever it is the next five or six years, James heart still relatively. Yeah. That prevents you for being able to at least I knew it was going to be out some certain moves forward. And that's that's the problem. Because after in two years, you're not gonna trade Chris. You're not gonna trade. Chris Paul just getting stuck with years. I'll give it two years because as long as bloody and Tim's got jobs a chance you can move that. But in two years them do to be gone. What would you like to be the Lahti to be the butt of that? Because by the way, he did good joke. He did it. I don't disagree. But did you you're the guy that every says a who's flawed Plotti? That's john. You're that guy. You mentioned Minnesota. Minnesota's a team that's been around. They've had good players. Go through Minnesota. They've never been good. They've had Kevin Garnett. They've had more. They've had Kevin love they've had Jimmy Butler and cat and all these guys. They're never good. They might not stink. Sometimes, but they're never. Good. This is like as long as the blank is in the league. When you got a chance to dump your trash on exactly the funny thing is that David Stern, the former shea dams, right? And the reality is that stirred his kinda, right? When you look at that roster and the drafts that they've had. And you realize the Anthony Davis is the only guy he's drafted us stilling squad. All these years. Not like, you know, David Stern is all that wrong. And yet Vlada has been so bad. He's been at the leapfrog that guy, and we don't talk about him as being a bad GM. We don't now until David Stern to backing up again. Yeah. Who did you draft this year? He didn't even couch. It that was what was crazy. It was even look the situation in management. There's a little iffy. Little quickie said dealt is a lousy. Yeah. Well, you know owed aids and freedom do that for money. That's what I'm saying freedom when you don't give a info. He did you don't have to couch it and things like that. But I only thing when it comes to Jimmy Butler posse Beena rocket is that does give us one more significant obstacle for our goal this season that Jimmy Butler if you're in a conversation with Jimmy Butler, adding the rockets candidate, the Golden State Warriors that puts us one more spot way for being that conversation. Yeah. Yeah. I mean that that would be they are a good team. And they would go from being a good team to be in a really good team. Maybe they we talk about how Golden State's on their own tier. I think if you put Jimmy Butler on that team. They probably join them then the tier three chips in four years. But on the tier of some weird can have to happen for you to beat that team on any given night. So it's going to have to happen for you to beat them four times in seven games in the something weird could be the other teams got five all stars Golden State, but I come coming back to Lakers for sick. We we going into this off season. It was talked about a lot. But I think we've almost already kind of moved past it because LeBron's here because it looks right because we're excited about what's happening right now and Koi, Jimmy Butler, whoever else might shake lose the the fact that the Lakers have have gotten the team together that they have LeBron being the most important piece that they've got young talent Ingram ball, heart coups. And by the way, they've got this bankroll that they can go spend they've got that. They were able to do this to track thing where get a star. Lebron be young flexible inexpensive over here with these guys. And I can go out and have pieces to trade. I have money to spend the flexibility that to track that they've been able to do this on is extraordinaire, usually only get one we're gonna be young and expensive and tons of room to bring guys in. But you don't have anything that means anything. Now, they have both, you know. That that team up north is kicking everybody's ass right now in Boston too and Boston too. Yeah. Don't boston. Boston success was was was really based not necessarily on their own genius. But on the stupidity of the trader happen with Brooklyn. That's that's what happened for them. They got lucky because they had their body devotes. Come in says, hey, you get them to forty nine year olds back there give you my future. And I get these forty nine basketball soul for two old men part of it. You can apply to the Lakers. Guinea also resisted, the urge to give away those picks that Brooklyn gave them in order to trade for people. They did it to get Kyrie Irving for Friday at Thomas, Kyrie Irving right now with one pick. They finally gave up all the rest of them. They didn't they just held onto and resisted there and not only they resist the urge they went out and use those picks and got the right guys you draft. Jaylen Brown you draft Jason Tatum. You you. You just didn't have picks you went out and picked guy. That turned into be really really good NBA players. And that's where the Lakers are too. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's it's it's looking like it's going to be us because of the competency of our front office in talent that we've acquire Golden State, obviously, the Celtics and maybe Toronto in terms of Costa's special stays in terms of flexibility, and you'd think about going forward who's going to be there next season in the season two that I don't think the Houston Rockets is a season after that sees after t they are the reason why the headlines dominating news right now is because they're at a point of all or nothing right now because of the fragility of Chris Paul's health, the rockets your higher on them than I am. I think they're going to be good. I think they're the second best team in the west. I don't think that they stink by any stretch of the imagination. But the rockets feeling that we see it happen in sports a lot. There's a team that gets close in. They have they got a look at it. It's a right there, you go back to Oklahoma City when they got into the finals, and then they had the warriors on the ropes after that that you. You you you're worth right. It's and it just doesn't. And then for whatever reason guy gets hurt. Now. The guy gets traded another guy becomes unhappy. This. There's a coaching whatever it is that you get right there. And you feel like okay, we missed it. But we're gonna get back and they just never get back for whatever injuries coat. That's what the rockets feel like to me because I think those Reza and Bob moon Jae. Those guys were really it's not hard. And it's not. Pieces and they're gone. There are -portant pieces. And this is the reason why when we look back on the career of LeBron James, we can't just couch it as he's played in the east. And that's why he went to eight straight finals, you have to realize that those windows, regardless of conference. They don't stay open for teams. No, they don't stay open. No matter how much town you have twice in the four times in which he played Golden State Warriors. He didn't have Kyrie Irving twice and they won the damn it didn't have Kevin love across the box score. And even when there. That's what I'm saying. So their presence rebounded that game seven you leave him alone. He did rebound the you're right. He did rebound. I game seven. Then you right. No hidden rebound in play. Well, he rebounded the ball. Yeah. That's what I meant. Yeah. That's not bad. These these opportunities to win chips. They don't stay open long for no team. And the federal the Brian James on two different franchises were able to have sustained success for four seasons back to back for seasons. That's not just because of the conference has because of his greatness. Yes. You have that do. Yes. Now only thirty five win team that has its number two pick healthy, I'm sitting here. And I can't say this enough people who thought this team wasn't going to make the playoffs. It baffles me it. It's it's I think it's the last remnants of that anti LeBron stuff. I think most of it is gone. I think that the vast majority of the people that were hold. Ding onto the hey, he's not fill in the blank here. I think almost all that had been gone. But I think there's still a little bit left, and we'll wait until he gets into it. No, no, no stop. So they undefeated Denver Nuggets team that had you know, one of the best defenses in the league comes into our house, and we drop one twenty on him cinema home with the nail. Right. I was apprised. I thought I thought leaders will lose this game. I was free season. These in Denver one in the preseason. Backing last year. I man no, they weren't a playoff team. But I really liked the joker and I like Murray, and I like some of the pieces they have. So I thought this was actually the Lakers win. I was surprised. It was good win for pieces of better that we talked about the pieces the window for the Lakers in LeBron is the the biggest reason for this. But the window is openness widely as it is with LeBron James's extraordinaire because he's this is his sixteen season in the league. I know in knock on the desk, again, I know that he hasn't been hurt. I know that he's the best player of his generation. I know that he might be the greatest player of all time. I I'll cosign all of. That. But he's thirty four years old coming into sixteenth league six here in the league. At some point. You would think that that window would start to get who ordered ended in the opening would get narrow it feels. It says why does it's ever been a because of him and be because what we just talk about the flexibility, the roster death and the talent it's not just that. Hey, we got LeBron. We gotta take the biggest one you've got a trade. Everybody for kyri trade. Everybody for choir should say treat everybody for Jimmy Butler. It's hold on hold on. Let's see what we got here. Because this might leave it open not for a year or two, but it might leave it open for five or six. Yeah. I feel really good about this the growth this roster and the level of competence from rob. And and magic that when LeBron says goodbye whenever that is. If we have these guys and may twenties, we're straight. Yeah. We're straight and Anthony Davis and. And. And davis.

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 3)

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 3)

"Ooh. What are you guys doing among here at. ESPN seventeen Los Angeles Friday is tomorrow. Yes it is yes. Thank God it's Friday. Okay wait. I'll be working doing less with that here here. Holding down the shore you to go off if gallivanting around no I'm here. I'm not where I'm working. I'm playing golf. Let's just be clear for everybody was in Keach. We'll be here tomorrow so don't just sit. I'll be back me up now but we WANNA make sure people know that. I'm going to be here where I'm GonNa be here working with you. Okay and whomever's going to fill in for traffic handy handy and then after that. I'm going to go home change. Get my entire alumni. USC GEAR so sir. I'm wondering what's funny. When we went to your club. I was really pleasantly surprised to see you fully decked out but I'm gonNA really be alumni. Do that got. It needs help up. The stairs. Socks shoes a red panda. Pay All Gossip Guy Yeah. It's been coming to game since nineteen eighteen. We'll be preview of that game tomorrow. Yup and watch the TROJANS. I'm going to start tailgate net three yeah what else you got a tailgate for key so nice that key animated at eight o'clock been sleep for three hours. Happy Birthday Chris Yeah. Yeah thank you guys. It is seven fifty seven keys doppler at the age sixty three degrees Pico Rivera mostly cloudy high of seventy nine today. That's vetted better late than never keep better. Lethal never yes. That's what I always say. Idiots talk like a pirate day. Keys headline is presented by sprint talk like a pirate is to get on Vance about that pirate the pirate Talkin. It's like dude stop why did pirates and every sentence with our mark. Why was that what they did. They had turned Burns Kaku doodle. Do I'll never get this but I guess I can understand standing as I'm starting to learn about it a little bit more so churchill home was robbed. A second suspect arrested in the gold toilet death so over in London police have arrested a second suspect in the unusual case involving theft of go a golden toilet from Winston Churchill's birth place well. I think you say tying top ten. Tim's Tim's value two PM's Valley police had on Tuesday Tuesday thirty six year old has rested of suspicion of conspiracy to burglarize. He's re released pending his investigation. He's released released on his own. the two suspects have been charged and but they've been identified the police investigation over Saturday morning death of a toilet a golden toilet which is a work of art. They say I mean I don't know a gold toilet a real goethe as it related or whatever is valued at a million pounds now. I guess a US dollars in it and say says one point two million. I'm thinking they're talking. US dollars golden toilet was a work of art from an Italian artist this. I don't even want to try to say his name but it's try. Try be worth a Marizzio. That's good Mauri Merisi Joe Callahan Don Don. Yes okay. US finally woke up and so they arrested him. They got this guy but he's trying to steal a toilet yeah well. It's a goal toilet. He isn't a real gold toilet a working when you mean like a real goal the story. I don't think it's real gold and why would they steal it because it's Art Jackson. I don't think it's real gold first carrots gold old toilet well not in the story that Chris gave me it does not say the Daily News says eighteen right go toilet. It also has a name for the toilet. It doesn't in this toilet. No Oh I'll give you each a guess as to what the Golden Tornadoes name can I go. I go golden throne no gold and flush no peanut gallery. I think el-sisi new job is to provide KITA headlines every better do you have do you have any idea con America. The doting toilet is it's called America or a little shade there. Let us say a now. I understand I guess you could. I mean if Israel go. I just don't think Israel go well. If it's real gold they'll sell it or down or something but I might answer the question but we've heard stories of other gold toilets. I get it if you're rich. You buy things that regular people don't buy fancy cars houses all great good for you. Why do you need. I mean we know anybody that wants to do. Get you go refrigerator same thing. When you open up the bathroom you can look at the Nice shower the Tub and Oh and there's a golden toilet it makes sense to me golden egg. I mean you know do you. Do you own it. I don't know he's not a goal looking guy though I don't have anything if he put on a gold chain with Travis would look like that's it. Goethe's played to me L Z Dina's go all right that was keys headline in the morning. You're listening to K. SBN Los Angeles the dodgers Rogers lost last night which is kind of a whatever I mean they're trying to run down the Astros two games back with nine games to go we could do the astros are still trying to hold off the Yankees Yankees for best record in baseball which means they're going to run their guys out there so that's probably could not impossible but very very difficult. Cody bellinger hit his first home run in a while. That's good. The news got a couple of hits. You might finish over three hundred. That's really good news. None of it matters because the better part of two good weeks of Kenley Jansen work went up in smoke because he looked like the bad version of himself last night and it was closer to the playoffs. I really didn't need to see that well. I'M GONNA blame the I'M GONNA blame. You are guys know well. You can't blame his wasn't his fault that he walked to do. No no he's far. He missed a strike. He walked on strike. I'm not signing off on. That wasn't a strike. Yes okay how big L Z guys miss pitches all the time it happens. It happens offense but if if Kenley Jansen is so fragile than an umpire misses a ball that's on a fee. It probably was a strike. I agree but he missed his spot catcher. Ed reach for it which always puts a weird spot if that's going to send him into a tailspin put you out of a lot of times in sports in general something something one thing triggers another right. I mean one thing just for sure so when you miss on that in your mind you're going back to the mound. You're thinking like damn okay. This is another I gotta do this. You're still thinking about what just happened. Let's say it's gone. It's in space. Now is out of here here. That's what they try to tell you. Drop a ball in football game yet. You see guys continuing. You probably get rid of that. Man Do get beat deep. They say oh man he shook. Let's go to him again. Sure instead of him. Defending yourself in this is Kelly Jesse. He's gotTa shake whatever that is off in move forward. I completely agree. How many Berle's did you drop in your career probably like six okay six so when you dropped one you didn't drop a bowl the next time he threw what happened. You caught it right yeah. They're talking to meet Gordon six but I probably would legitimize rob. You caught the next one and then my point like mistakes happen. The umpire made a mistake the well now we're screwed now now. What do you want from me. I got the guy out now. It's over but it's also as a pitcher you know this that if he doesn't give you a particular pitch that you feel as a strike now you're trying to. I figure out what it is that they will strike for. Neka mess with you for a little bit it can and does but it's also one of these things that look it happens in Kenley Jansen Zeman pitching itching in high leverage situations for a really long time. This isn't the first time in umpire missed and again. This wasn't a saints fans wasn't a right down the middle fi regis Nicole it was not it was a ball that was by the Kaysone was a strike was a strike but it wasn't a okay if that's not that was one of those you know what it probably clipped the corner but all right. Let's go. Maybe I gotta move it an engine and that he just came unglued from that point. Here's a quote afterwards didn't inhabit today. Just gotTa move on can't let this one hold you back. He didn't say the umpire jam me up the Empire Rip this one out of my hands because they enrich well. Dave Roberts said former I remember Dave went off because he saw without the little case trait machine that it was a strike right went off was yelling like I'm GonNa be a saints Fan. If it wasn't for that miscall being world series hey not go now we need to change the rules to accommodate number date for the replay played a game over you listening to the morning show here on ESPN seventeen so it was just to get out of that okay okay so look at transition and so the way that I look at it as as long as these nine games are left in. He's pitching in the last half of the nine and he's doing exceptionally well as we get ready to get into the playoffs. I'm okay. I'M NOT GONNA go into a major panic because you know he gave up a walk here home run their. I Q can't be can't throw out the last three games for this one bad tonight. I'm I'm absolutely not what I'm doing is. I'm watching the way that he's pitched all season long. Yes three of his last four have been good. Four of his last last eight have not been stuck and his entire season has been mediocre. That's really but you pound you you. You you compound and everything these last three or four would everything thing. You're counting on the last eight. Then you go into the middle of the season at the beginning of the season you gotta look at everything. Put everything in the past and the past and look at everything. That's moving forward forward. The last three out of four been pretty good the last four out of Eight. He hasn't depends on how the automatic cutoff point if that's the argument because I said so then I guess there's nothing to talk about. Here's the negotiation that's it. You're you're draw the line and say there's nothing to talk about. Leave right for the last eight Travis. Look at post Dave robbers since day proper says your dog dog. You need to get it together. He's been really really good so I like to start with. The Dave Roberts comment not the beginning season. Not You know the four of a but when day says you can't be walking dues homes of course he went out. I don't know if he added the homes part out story exactly exactly. I just felt like they really football. Scientists will join us at eight fifteen. He's coming here you just reading the renowned. I know I'm just two transitions in two minutes sir. Thank you got a question for all three of us. Kenley Jansen the closer you you fast forward to next season opening up in twenty twenty. That would be your closer. Let's say if he gets out of this thing unscathed. Isn't that what we say. Yes Dan yes he would he would be are closer. If all of a sudden he gets rocked and we lose the world series because of him would if you only save so half of his games coming going forward is here your closer half of his guy. I gotta say even in the playoffs starting quarterback period yeah half the gains period not only will we win no leagues. The winning has to factor into it can't be will be only half the games you'd winning the the no because because you could still still we can still have somebody go seven eleven and and bring in the Middle Guy and he could be close. It just depends if we win the world series. If he's a bomb and we win we win. World series will dealing if he's a bomb and we lose the world series will them if he's great and we win it will dilly. I mean well keeping those easier. Closer Twenty twenty and we have a new closer okay regardless Charlie. You can't do it that way again. Jansen will one hundred percent closer next year regardless of what happens going forward if they win the world series. It's a no brainer. It's a no brainer if if he gets bombed out it's a no brainer. They're paying him a ton of money. He's virtually untradeable at that price and you're gonNA see the here's what you will hear. This is exactly what you will hear if there if he pitches poorly in the playoffs Kenley spent the offseason losing weight. Kenley spent the off-season working on a new pitch. Kenley spent the offseason doing this this this this and this can of the all-seeing with a moving truck and were GonNa make sure that he's in the best possible position Asian to have success for the twenty twenty season the question was will he start the season as their closer and that's why he will and why because I said so and traveling. Yeah Travis finally comes clean on his pitching days with the Rancho raccoons. storytime is next on the morning show. You know what that music means that means. It's time for you to get ready for your fantasy football lineup for week three of the NFL season Casey joyner the football also joining us again Casey how you doing doing great. How are you chasing so. Let's start with this. Should I just play any wide receiver. That's a member of the Kansas City chiefs chiefs. Is that a good jumping off point. It is a good jumping off point. It seems like they can go to any of them could go vertical they any of them. Nicole hardman though out of the receivers he's probably probably three. We know that the snap percents last week so it looks like he's going to be the alternate target but even he would be somebody in certain leagues definitely put them in last week. I asked You Casey about the more being the top guy off to board Debbie Lamar Jackson a great quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens Future Hall of Famer. He's going up against Patrick Mahomes and that defense in Kansas City do why start him over some of the other quarterbacks in the NFL. I've got Lamar Jackson. I my quarterback Boorda fact I haven't just slightly ahead of mahomes because the homes have tougher schedule grow up playing the Baltimore Defense. I think Jacksonville homes are one to this week and everybody else is really behind for third row or should we just assume that anytime. Miami's playing a team we should pick the defense of that team. You should absolutely picked up the ten pack the Patriots last week scored thirty five points explain the dolphins and I think any team that faces them any defense special teams a face. Them should be expected to score ten points if they don't. It's a disappointment. Is there anybody on the dolphins roster. That is a good value or is it just if they're wearing a dolphin uniform. Stay away pretty much. Stay away. Preston Williams could be somebody in. NPR Appear League in the DP Pr League you might think of I'm talking like a fourteen or sixteen team league who you could think of but pretty much everybody else even they're running backs even even eh drake and they're just they're run. Blocking is so horrible and I just can't really put anybody in line up other than maybe Preston William all right. Casey joyner is here. He's helping you get ready for week week. Three of your fantasy football season eight seven seven seven ten. ESPN is your phone number. We're going to start in West Covina with Andrew Andrew. You're on the football scientist. Actually I had a question but lv took my question about defense but Miami now the Patriots this week are what the other team playing cowboy hatred cowboys the Patriots have their schedule has been it up so now it's been the most host incredibly favorable defense special teams coach you could possibly get and the rest of the season looks that good as well they have there might not be a team in the NFL close to have an affair fairway schedule. They have overall so I've got them ready to second on the board this weekend evening special teams you can make a case. I I'd definitely go with them right next. One Next Stop Los Angeles and Carlos Carlos Colonel Shown with Casey joyner. WHAT'S GOING ON MON gentlemen morning. I have a I have lots of open my rb two and flex and a half or running backs would you choose Carlos Hyde Frank Gore Philip Lindsay and Joe Mixon. I need to the NGO mix and it's tough on mixing because the bengals run blocking is terrible and they just lost another offensive lineman so I'm probably GonNa put him last on that List Gore. It's tough because it's a Singapore replays. I'd definitely go off the list and bring I rank them probably third or fourth on the list. I'm GonNa Lindsay Hyde first and second but a single Terry's out I would put Gore in front of hide. Let's go to the twitter verse to see what they've got. Raj what he got twitter verse I from Carlo Angelo asked this is Trey Casey for net in Ridley for Juju and Jacob Leaves The Standard League which I do on Juju and Shakeups for net out of a whole group. I'm I'm really high on. All four of those players even Juju because I think that Mason Rudolph is much better quarterback than people think he is. I think you should be rostered. In Two quarterback leaks 'cause I really like Ikea what his future can be in an offense but I love the sport for and that's the one I think is the worst offense and as the the lowest downside so I'd probably going to be in the Juju Jacobs out of that trade all right in one more in a standard league here. Odell Beckham going against the touch tough match-up against the rams obviously cornerbacks or Sammy Watkins in a bounceback game. This is from from then then Nathan they have to go. BJ IN CLEVELAND offense they don't have to walk walk into one of my leagues and you know you. Oh you like to see the targets. He led the team targets. I believe last week but he's he wasn't getting the vertical targets a he's more boom-or-bust Lovie J. even with the top match. They have to send out often through them so I'm GONNA BE J. Joyner getting ready for week. Three of your fantasy football season stop is riverside and Anthony Anthony. You're on with the football scientist. Take a Jacobs's banged up a little bit with Josh Jacob or do Johnson this week or two. I only via the only reason you could consider it A. PR and Jacobs is banged up but he also said that he doesn't WanNa be seen as a soft back. He wants to play through this injury and he's guys when getting I mean it. Gruden told us he's GONNA use a bow and he has he gets twenty plus touches unless there's a reason unless he is unless he doesn't play or is very limited in Friday's practice actress. I'm definitely going to take upset because I think he's still get that. that workflow volume do I take the rams defense against the Cleveland browns overall. Do I mess around and fool with the chiefs defense over the Ravens. I think that sheaves Ravens Games can be fairly high scoring because both because of quarterbacks and how explosive both offences are. I think the rams are in the situation Cleveland Cleveland audiences. I don't think it's anywhere near as good as everybody had hoped it would be and I don't think the Monday night game scoring twenty three point says that they've turned a corner so I'm going with the rams and that one atom wes his birthday. Obviously he's the goat and Batman or do you go Michael Keaton or George Clooney after that. I gotTa go Michael Keaton that where he needs where he takes off the the fireplace and screams the Nicholson's that that's an all time classic. I don't think clinic has that kind of a classic scene. There you go all right. Let's try to the phone call here North Hollywood and Chris Chris Casey Joyner. What's going on you guys warning on quick questions. Do I need your goal for them right. No more data site. I like the the Rams Office for a lot of reasons but the offensive line has been banged up and Goth is still a guy who is is when it comes to fantasy the offense can sometimes carry him where he can carry the offense Jackson I mean he got one hundred twenty rushing yards last week and he can hit the vertical passes and it's GonNa be a probably a shootout game if they don't score fifty points or more between those two teams even though Baltimore Steve. It's really good. I'd be shocked so Jackson's number one of my quarterback for this week. Let's keep it moving this go to L. A. And Alex Alex you are on the football scientists what's going on. Hey how's it going guys. I'm trying to choose a FLEX IN A P P R league. I have Mark Ingram Sony Michaud Emmanuel Sanders and Tyrone Arroyo Williams. Thanks guys functioning P. Pr With Ingram and I've got to go with as much as I like some of the other players and I think that Sunday I show could have a very good game. He could finally get rid of the kind of slump that he's been in out of those guys. I just had to say Gingrich because that game. If you're talking to shoot a game like they've got that could just be yeah game where he or he gets the ends on a couple of times. I'm going to upset on Twitter Casey. You may have seen this one is some Guy Roger not not mean arrived but in deep pr or league who would you flex Devon Smith. Someone keyshawn taught me about Josh Gordon or Marquees Goodwin. I liked Dan Smith A lot. I think he'll be a big player. I'm just concerned the cowboys how often they're gonNA throw vertical and they are they gonna get in a situation where maybe they're not. GonNa have have to throw quite as often lately Game Gordon. I know it's risky because AP's there I'm sorry Antonio Brown's there and I you know are they going to give them more and more than the nine targets. He's got in the last two games but when you've got that kind of a match up as favorable as it is. I've got to play for that upside so I'm GonNa Gordon Key when you look at the rams and we saw in week one where Malcolm Welcome Brown got into the end zone a couple of times. We saw Todd Gurley get win last week do you do you just not know who's going to be the guy that's actually getting those six points from week to week. I think that is going to be the case. I think they're almost to a point where they're playing a lead alternate setup where instead of going to the Bell Calvin back getting all the carriers. I think they're going to be going to lead alternate set up. girly still workload wise is getting nearly the work that he would normally get but it's just when you look at situations and things like the course of the season. I think it's how it's going to play out so I think we go on touchdowns are probably going to be split split between them and it just means girl he's got to be thought of. Moore's and rb two rb one another one here Orange County this time and boo Gar Boo bar. You're on with Casey joyner shout out to the hottest morning show in. La We start okay so cavs cavs my guy man but I had to let Camco Owen to do I go cuyler Murray or do I go Matt Stafford. Thank Fellas for Matt Stafford. I liked the way Stafford's played but Detroit is made it clear that they want to be a run first offense. That's exactly what they WANNA be. They do not want to be a passing up purpose any more than they have to be so I I did matchup against Carolina's probably tougher than it than it would seem normally at the beginning of the season but I'm still probably going to go murray over Stafford just because I think Morris gets rushing yards at Stafford won't get. Let's get these last couple in another one in Orange County at von Von. You're on with the football scientists. What's going on good morning guys how you guys doing. I WANNA call that was the you have still the most impeccable bowling form I've ever seen in my life you Sir Matt Manhole Flip Flops on. That's who I got two questions. I got I one. Pr should I start the forty niners defense or the rams. MD Benson and then the second one is Standard League where I have four flex decay became make house or your arm starting to no no no Galore Nelson Aguilar or I ain't got time to the first question forty nine dollars or the rams That's going to be a call where I'm probably going to go with the forty niners in that one because Pittsburgh's offense. I think basically what I was going to be very good quarterback by the way the forty niners will play on right now and the whole setup. They've got up there and the way their defense played exceptionally well in Pittsburgh. Go Cross country. I Got San Francisco Egg. DSP board go with them got jared Goff. No wait hold on Jim Plunkett. No wait listen. Tony Eastern old school last one Orange County all over again Anaheim and and been been your your football scientists a Kansas thank him. I thought I would just head league. I have Minnesota's defense versus versus the forty niners which take back for four dollars defense has putting up more big plays out like Minnesota versus. Okla Oakland does do a good job protecting the ball on my an Oakland. We'll want to lean on Jacobs was in San Francisco. I think they're going to be situation where they're going to offense is going to be able to put Pittsburgh round. The on and Mason Rudolph is going to have to throw the Mason. It's a big player too but San Francisco GonNa get after the quarterback and I think they're going to get some pick some San Francisco for the upside. He joins every Thursday. Gets you ready for football lineup. His name name is Casey joyner. You can find him on twitter at Casey Joyner T. F. S. Casey. We'll see you next week morning. Show Much Berg Brainer. This is what I'm talking about twenty five years ago one thousand nine hundred four. Er premiered on NBC Their Power House Thursday lineup in in their first season it shot to number two in television just behind Seinfeld averaging one thousand nine hundred million viewers anything get nineteen super bowl does anything at all no yeah that's crazy never seen one episode and then in their second season was number one and television with twenty one million their third season season nineteen ninety-six average thirty million viewers. Scott Grimes. Oh wasn't that George Clooney. George Clooney premiered Angela Beset Angela Bassett. They had adam newly as well on China no Yar and he's a little bit behind the wheel wagon there. That's that's okay so you feel your same thing very. There was an hour long drama about a very sitcom about nothing right. Show show about nothing. I guess only I guess it would be the football would be the only super bowl probably be the only thing I can think of right yeah so for sure now. Now I mean there's a sporting event is the only thing that draws numbers like that. Maybe like a presidential debates been a couple of what was the the not debates the reality shows pinky singing and dancing American idol American idol not thirty million people know now when I start kicking off I think they wouldn't I when I was like that was it your ran for like twenty years to and ran for ever too yeah yeah. It was a little long in the tooth but it's like. Are you sick again when you got twenty million people watching it. Why would you turn it off. It's the same same hospital room when the same born he's only but you know taught in a shot at all in one space hospital dramas the cop dramas we just love those story and lawyers to we boot the same story over and over and over again because we just. I don't know addicted. I guess like to watch people. Get sick without getting sick. Timothy about the die we. I don't know what's going to happen even though that they've seen their next week so you guys remember the story that we were talking about last year. I was here so it's been within the last year that we talked about this us the referee in New Jersey who told a high school wrestler who had dreadlocks that he needed to cover his hair. You need to put either cut it off or covered cover it with a wrestling camp or he was going to disqualify him. That referee Alan moloney suspended for two years took a year to get there but they finally got him or they got got a union. You GotTa get school. Referees University Jersey Union apprentice cut my hair though well I wouldn't it. Did it go. I'm not competing. I'm out of total. Go Pound San sure kick rocks. Do Get out of here. He shouldn't have hit parents kitchen. It's done on the same thing and they shouldn't have. The coach said coach should have done the same thing. Maybe not only is he not wrestling. None of us are wrestling. We're leaving right yeah but suspension. Two years just fired him. They just fired him not that. It's a full time job but still like you're not allowed to come back. I don't understand and why it took so long to come to the decision and I don't understand why the decision is in a permanent one L Z. You're not allow back on the show until you cut your hair. The racial discrimination in the enforcement of the rules of any sport is inconsistent with the spirit of fair-play that according to the New Jersey the H. G. Goo beer grow wall so yeah that why did it take them two years to come to the conclusion that it's not cool why you had to go all the way up to the. Ag Got Too Damn Yeah. I mean it was obvious like like the wrong thing to do. It was obviously the kid wasn't supported supportive but it shouldn't need. It's up to the pipe all the way up to the Attorney General of your state and what you can do to there would be a moment where if the coach coach and the rest of this young man's teammates in if you're not letting him russell none of us are wrestling there would be momentum there. Were maybe some other teams could have kids fine. Let them wrestle. We're not GONNA Russell is goes back. What was the what was the premise of of making him cut his hair. Matt was GONNA get Greasy. Go Way the way that they were trying to defend the decision was that it was a uniform violation. You're not allowed to have any hair. Expose from underneath your wrestling cap. It's a uniform violation therefore he's in violation he's not allowed to rest so soon and putting on they couldn't find a cabinet would cover all the hair the natural the hair show not extend below. Ill Loeb level in the front here. Snuck stand below the eyebrows. The term natural state was used natural allstate yeah but these referees man they get too much power like the one girl up in Alaska with swimming. She got disqualified in like a state meet or something because they say she had too much but actually she was swimming and she got for lack of a better term she got a Wedgie while she was swimming and swimsuit wedged in and they disqualified disqualified qualified or for for natural natural cotton behavior. It's I understand that they're in a tricky position. Asian tricky position man tell people to fix. It and let's keep moving now. This is simple. The rules are in place for for a reason. I get get all that but the young lady swimming okay. She Ain't deliberately walking around with Thong Donka Dunk rule bruce four to five. Is that how it's written. vowels should not have deducted dunk while swimming pool because everybody wants to be with the cool kids. We let Travis S. join in for a few minutes next on the morning show so this is the rule. They invoked Elsie Yeah. This is the one that started playing claim when she got out the pool. We're we get. We get along to turn it up. Honky Dong Tom Good dump it down. Every time you shake your head key. He'd just got back for country. I understand I know what it yes. I know you know what every day you tell us one thousand nine hundred seventy one thousand nine hundred xers we all like what we se tomorrow night at Calcium against Utah USC. I should say Utah is the top ranked team the PAC twelve at least right now. They're the highest ranking tenth in the country. They're the class of the southern part of it. You GotTa Oregon and Washington in the northern half. Let's just for argument's sake say that this thing goes a certain way and now as C. is to into the momentum started because we've been talking about it before. We've been talking about since the end of last season. we've been talking about it. Through the off season through the early part of the season of course Fox's televising that game urban Meyer is going to be sitting right there and whether or not he's the next guy for this job. The Elza what you were talking about chambres president is not going to go there because she doesn't want to put herself in a position to ultimately ultimately have to wear the hiring urban Meyer and have it be on her ticket. She's not GonNa do it. That's getting traction. That's popping up more and more places that she doesn't want to do it so it comes down to who wins a standoff. If the guys in the football department the money guys are saying Urban Meyer and the university president is saying nope anybody else. How does that play out Yeah Key Yeah Keyword. How does that play out reminders can be the next coach of University of Southern California. If the job Kerrigan toge stand with Carol talking about but Carol Messing around and should be morehouse university being the president in folks around on Figura. Don't WanNa hear that lets people in Orange County and then people in Manhattan Beach Pants With Cardinal Pants yeah they wanna WanNa win in urban Meyer for whatever reason it goes south in urban. Meyer really wants to USC job. He's GonNa get the job. That's just simply. `understand. Carol doesn't want the dirt on her hands that comes with urban. Meyer when he exits the college goals and takes a job somewhere else seven years from now now. I understand all of that but they're they're not thinking about that. No one is think about that. All they think about is Bowling Green Utah Florida Ohio State. That's all they care about yeah. You might be a scumbag to most people like Mitt look kid but he's got a resume. There's the resume okay whatever else resume championships in it and I think and I think when you look at it. He turns his head to a lot of things shenanigans that go on within a program but you can't argue with his graduation rate. You can't argue with his winning can't argue with his championship. You can't argue with certain things you could argue with. He turned his head. When do was beaten up his wife. You could argue with that which is a problem. That is a major problem. You could argue with the the fact that he may have had some very violent young men on his Florida team that eventually turned serial killers. You can argue with that but it makes Mr Dean Urban Meyer noted he was a serial killer no but he noted he was a bad guy. He knows that he did some immature. Shooting in the eyeball all is not immaturity up but my question is my question would be to that diddy nowy shoddy but did they cover it up. Apple forgot to argument. That's all I'm asking you. Did he not shop to do when he was playing on the team at Doral habits your arm of the car. They were right next to each other. Yeah I think he knew we shot him. Urban urban urban no as the coach that my player shot a dude in his face it. It seemed like everybody in Gainesville had a pretty good idea who shot that guy but he's head coach two or three years after he shot to do what Caroline my whole. Mon- my thing is did herbin not because if he nude it to do shot him in the face then I'm GonNa have to cy I would care is all. I'm saying if he didn't know in in a he learned later then I must say okay. It's one of those things if if you didn't know US specifically designed an operation not to know coke I know I've never run into a coach and I've been around a bunch oval that would deliberately Heidi shooting now deliberately hiding stealing deliberately ever leave may have they may hide some domestic violence issues fights things they go hide. Bush shooting of the face. That is not something that you would high right so you wouldn't think maybe we thought Oh it's just a shoulder or flesh wound shot a minute show but you just don't as a coach you don't high tech not the harder part. Here's the problem album the die if Dr Carol Fault and you have to decipher whether or not the key coach you want to hire new. Someone shot someone in the face that I just can't be your dude. It's just campy she when she got to her diligence but she cannot be the female president the hires the guy who cover domestic violence female president black female president she can't be the one who hires the coach new dimension going to be the one at harding. She has to sign up. No no the athletic director that they hire is the one that's GONNA listen. He's going to hire him. She's just the president of the university has at the end of the day what they're going to tell her. Is You stick to academics because what you thought about the do have US continue to run around here over the next six or seven years and say go get that Bob Stoops Fella. You can win just but we don't know what that is yet. We don't we got us but he he tapped out here. Real fast because it was a it was a freshman his time and he was afraid of these stuck around and make it more serious Dr Carol whole or fault excuse gives me it's GonNa WanNa make sure that she does not listen to gladiator the Aaron Hernandez Aaron Hernandez podcast because Urban Meyer what was going on down there okay. He knew what was going on down there that that's a podcast. Hey do that okay so she profiled at the route three or four o'clock too much time on her but you in honesty honestly though Travis you'd know how college football world is man. They go hire whoever they thinking can win games there. You guys just the bottom line that. Dan Did Rick Rick Rick Pitino because Bobby Poor Trina Rick Pitino. They all in scandals is ado driving on the back of my Mo- Pat with with a girl in the back of his motorcycle that he hires a zero you know then. He hired his name as his is a system. That athletic department is slit her more money than other people was making Komo and he's still got a job. That's a scandal you know with all. This scandal talks me thinking of keyshawn. Yeah speaking of college. I was looking at the a a people there. Can you guys namie teams in the top ten currently in the top ten of the eight people in College Football Sheriff Walt Keyshawn go ahead Clemson. Oh that's good number one hundred points for you. That's right Alabama Alabama is. I didn't say it was your turn but yes. They are number two on the poll. They've got three votes comes down to sixty the rest of these teams. Don't have any number one votes but the top tango hit Dr. Lsu Lsu was number four at three. That's a dancer Keyshawn Georgia Georgia's number three three. That's correct. They are also there. It's getting rough from the top four carried one. Don't this notice no team their team. Notre Dame Notre Dame is going up there. Number seventy three took here answer but go ahead. We'll have steak. That's another good answer number six. That's right there in the top ten so we've got one. Two three four teams left in the top ten kion. Give me one the team of North Michigan. That's a smart book remember. The army almost beat them yeah. That's what they said. No Army almost got him. They put on leadship so yeah. I don't know team. No go ahead. Go ahead. Oh the No no Wisconsin Wisconsin's a why. Are you always take the advice someone out. I told them with advice. TURN TURN HIS MIC off. Turn keys might go. Hey vicious not that school okay. Not that's GONNA start. The clock on this young man condemn him. Oh that's a great Texas. No Florida traveling the bill. TAKE ON UTAH USA team. They're number ten. That's correct. you guys got. Oklahoma's number five Auburn number eight farmers in Florida Florida Florida's not being the Florida's was dogfights. I can't believe I cannot believe that. Michigan's slit see Michigan Michigan like Notre Dame. No that's why I just assumed army but it doesn't matter. Notre Dame could be a dogfight against purdue and win and they'll be top two or me. She's driven by keys. Automotive Group Visit Keys Cars Dot Com keyshawn finally grasped his his fear of the Cobra snake. Let's find out next on the morning show.

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"That's for you. My man. Yeah, I'm getting more of an ET vibe from your your act than anything else in the basket in the front going by the moon. Are you that ashamed for picking the Vikings for winning laugh to win last night? But you gotta be in disguise and cog negro. As we like to say in the hood. On that note, what was that time to go through. Be here for the show the Rams big win last night. Therefore, no thirty eight to thirty one over the Vikings, but other big games coming up this weekend, surprising matchup of three. Excuse me two and one teams in Chicago, the bears and the bucks both on top of their division who who saw that would come. The bears in the bucks on top. Now I know especially with Fitzpatrick being quarterback, got a Tampa Bay Buccaneers and and Trubisky obviously struggling with at times for Chicago. But one thing Chicago has passed rest because Khalil Mack when they acquired Khalil Mack, the acquire something special, which cogs no force defense. I think Chicago wins football game just slightly at home. You know, fits magic should be running out slowly as you can see a week ago, three interceptions in the first hand, got it together in the second half, but he's gonna continue that street. And I'm sure what if he doesn't, what if he wins? What if they go three and one the buccaneers are on top of the NFC south. The got leave him in there at that point, don't you, especially if he performs well and that's why they won. He won the first two games for them. He lost the third. A game for him. If he goes out there key gives you four hundred yards four touchdowns I don't give a damn where you draft between his Winston. You gotta roll with the hot hand. Yeah, you can think of that way if you want to. But I think it by week is coming up. They got a lot of decisions. They need to make. No, we're not doing that. Take off one week. Audi production over here. Move into Cowboys are back at home to one in two teams, the Cowboys and the lions, and do we know what the Cowboys are right now? Are they not very good, we bad not not a very good football team. They got to figure out what to do. Zeke Elliott Kiedis test the football a little bit more. They need to understand the strength of the team right now is not debt Prescott dropping back throwing the ball all over the lot. It's trying to get Zeke downhill, getting him running, figuring out how to play defense defense has been doing a pretty good job, but I think the quarterback has put them in harm's way on the other side Detroit I can't. I can't buy that gleaning. We're just beat the patriots. Do just came out the patriots building nine months ago. The other thing. I mean, the idea of thinking knows everybody. No matter known a Minnesota. Okay. Dak Prescott or Jared Goff are done with that conversation. I think we've moved on for that next game. Well, not really new. The bills fresh off of a win in Minnesota. They stay up north in Green Bay. The Packers won one in one and key. If you're right, if the bears do in the Packers need to win that game to keep pace with Chicago, they definitely have to, and I think the the, they'll bounce back off the tough loss against Washington. Anytime he got a quarterback like Aaron Rodgers, getting in getting him in rhythm, the knees probably getting a little bit better. As we go along, they just gotta figure out how to get into a rhythm to get things going. And Green Bay typically starts off, slow their slow starting team, but they can't fall too far behind much like you say, Travis the what you said, keep. Maybe he's getting healthier, but he's practicing less. And I just I keep coming back to the idea of how hurt is Aaron Rodgers because sometimes people just don't say anything. You could be bad. You're hoping to get lucky and sneak him through a few games and hope it doesn't get hit, but he, he doesn't look right Elsie. No, he doesn't, which I'm surprised at Green Bay hasn't been more aggressive and seeing if they can pride Levy on Bill from Pittsburgh's hands because he needs some running help. He needs to be able to handle. Off to somebody or at least dump it as somebody who can make plays without him having to do everything LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers. If the Brian played a season herb, they were toast. Where are you looking at now to hurt QB for a very flaw team and they have no one else that can carry the offense load key or the Packers not very good. They just happen to have the best quarterback in football. Is that what that team is? I think they're good in certain spots, but I think they're struggling spots running game in particular, is the struggle for them. I think when you look at it, the receivers at times, they play up endow, you know, they acquire Jimmy Graham, but he hasn't really done a whole lot for them this year. The linebacker core is a little bit older. Now they need some some some pass rush. They're not getting a lot of Pash rush out of their front, seven. Tennessee titans hosting the eagles couple of two in one teams in Carson Wentz his back at the helm of the eagles and they feel like a totally different team with him. They are totally different team with them at once upon a time. My power ranking kicked them out because Nick foles starting quarterback there back in now because winces there. So when you look at Carson Wentz his a guy who helped lead this team to the Super Bowl last year, although fulls took over won, the SuperBowl became the MVP. It's a different football team. They feel different now just like you say, they're going up against a team that I just, I mean, I know they're two and one become tight. I can't. I can't buy that either. I couldn't buy that. I didn't know that the power rankings were personal with the Nick foles booted out right there. You know, this man is Seattle. Far record back in this week, they won their. L. z. Tennessee two and one. But I, you know, key said there. What is that? I don't hold on. I don't know what that is. I don't know what that is. That's a team planning AFC week division. And if you're any week division, you can be eight. Nate and win it. I mean us the Houston Texans role. There's willing to give that up because we call in Tennessee. We don't know what that is. What the hell is the Texans, bad bad. Yeah, just bad. I'm applying fan, but he's not making. I'm convinced that he can't coach. It's not making the first guy to get. Vince to let people know what we're doing. We are McCall going through the NFL. No. Skin peel back. Back the dolphins in their three zero record. He'll go to England, Patriots lost two in a row. I just have a really hard time envisioning the patriots losing three games in a row, especially at home. They're not gonna. They're gonna lose his game, not at Miami shore. Despite your rundown, I am sure that the patriots are at home. I think when you look at the patriots, they'll bounce back in this situation. They'll be getting Julian Edelman back here soon. They know what they need to do to win the division to get into the playoffs. They know this is a patriot team a year ago. They lost the canc- chiefs and wind up in the Super Bowl stop. Do we know what the dolphins are Elza because they're three and l. but I don't think anybody thinks that they're particularly good football team. No, not an I. If there's all the teams in Florida them, I will go Jacksonville, won the bucks to dolphins three despite the record. I wouldn't. You can't point to anything when it comes to the Jags. Help. So it's not when. Jags ago. Oh, I understand why they have their record. It's because defense, when I look at the bucks, I go understand why they have their record fits patches plan out of his mind. I look at Miami and I'm not going out. No, I have no have no idea why you're three and then I'm not blind Ryan tannehill next game. Raiders also three. They are at home. Baker Mayfield getting his first start on the road in the black hole in Oakland. The Browns won one and one to go into to get a winning streak going in Cleveland for the first time. I think. Things. Baker Mayfield is only one in in the state of California. He lost in the Rose Bowl. But I think he goes up. The big goes up to Oakland. He wins football game in a close with the Browns are gonna come out at a black hole Baker Mayfield only one in California. You were saying he's only one in California, but I think he goes up to Oakland. He wins this football game in a close one because the raiders no, they may close and they score points and they lost in only three, and we're going to figure it out and we're going to turn eventually and all that that they give you. But I feel like Cleveland is just they feel good about themselves. They understand what they are. They're going to win six game seven games, maybe even eight this year. I just don't know if the Browns don't have better players. It feels like they have a better Rossler. They do have a better roster. We're focusing on Baker Mayfield because he is because he's the QB. But the reality is the reason why they one one one, two seasons because of that defense, they've been able to create turnovers, put their offense and better positions to try to score field goal or touchdown at their. So lucky now a lot of touchdowns happen for the house, but it leads to fill goes. They're not the same squad. No, not weird. Is that they bring in Todd Haley, right? Yeah, we're seeking the office is gonna I more, but as really has been, the defense has been a hallmark of their season does far is a good difference, a coordinator. He was a good defensive coordinator with the Rams with the saints. I mean, he, he's always been the guy. He's a junior crack version of weight filial. Yes. So you're saying no Browns are going to come out of the black hole successfully. That's what you're saying. Trying to make that bid where. The chargers are at home against the forty Niners to charters are one and two as the forty Niners. Of course they don't have Jimmy Garoppolo, but this is an opportunity. The chargers need to win this game because if they are a good team and they're, they're one of the teams that I think a lot of people letters if they lose it a forty nine, they need to fire coach, Leah this fast. I'm serious if they lose to the forty Niners who's Huby many got to do from Iowa j. Beth rd CJ Beth. Oh, no, too. Many initial first named quarterbacks of five foot nine Besser AJ feely TJ Yeldan notice that guy that. Guy played for the TJ Yates was the guy Yeltsin's the run got in a field Yates. Right. They have to win because they're, they're the chiefs are going fast. And we saw it with the chargers. They put themselves in Owen four-hole last year. They were the best team in that division at the end of the year, but they were time. Look at all. I don't think that they're gonna lose. I think they're gonna play out of their minds at home. They're coming off a tough loss against, I guess if you wanna call it across town arrive will whatever in the Rams tough loss, they got a bounceback. They certainly don't wanna fall to four behind the Kansas City Chiefs or the Broncos for that matter if they want to make a push into the playoffs where it's allowed car to win the division. So they have to win game because Jimmy Garoppolo this team, you Jimmy. Greek or something. Was well done right there. The Rams were fantastic last night, they win the game, but nobody was better than Jared Goff. We'll go into some of his numbers that's coming up next mornings, Keyshawn LC and Travis. Getting ready for all HANA, Elsie air charts tonight. My man. I am a big Eric church in church choir as we call ourselves. Is that the this, the person who's going down doing the whole concert? Do he's the headline on tonight? Yeah, also very just just tonight. Not a weekend a weekend. So as Eric, Eric church closer tonight? Eddie Vedder tomorrow night and then Mumford and sons on Sunday, all kinds. I'm going to be laid on my no veterans. Mark bed down going to be like where it is easy and using them. What when did they open for church. Dana point key. I mean, what. Today. The point I didn't see a single essences in any of the major lines, but that's okay. I like Joan. I'm I switched foot. I'm like all the band's aimlessly thirty eight to thirty one last night at call him guys. I I've gone out there and been to all the Rams games of the Coliseum. And last night was different. Last night was special. Jared Goff was absolutely lighting. It up. The Rams played a good team, prime time, national television. Everything about that was kind of the were here. We're really, really good. You're going to have to deal with us. The rest of the tendency was good. It was great, seventy seventy. Yeah, it was in every sense. You could tell that the fans are excited about it just based on, you know, looking at it on television. You certainly see the Crowley into it. It seemed like it was a great atmosphere to being. I've been gains before when the crowd gets behind. You is certainly keeps that those juices flowing in Rams fan base, obviously appreciate the high flying wire act when Jair golf was hitting, he was hitting on all cylinders. Beautiful, throw to cook on depots. Beautiful, throw up to seem to girly on the linebacker. Another beautiful throw of the scene, Robert woods. I mean, it just he was in command at a football game from start to finish, not got off to rocky. Start falling, seven. No, but the answer to mmediately the big one was the throat, a Cooper Cup, seventy yard touchdown on second down at five Parkway action, gossips at the loss of all right side Cooper Cup. He's got twenty. City. He flat out that he. Guy do. Yeah. Avenue bore was in a bad situation all night long. I think if you're counting touchdowns he gave up three can think of and you know, you put a linebacker in that position and it's up to the offense coordinator and a quarterback to find a mismatch. You know, we were always taught is that guy, whoever that guy is the duck, you find the duck, you find the shooting down in. That's exactly what the Rams were able to do in multiple situations, whether it was girly taken advantage of you, whether it was would it's or whether it was Cooper Cup in Rams acid, the Bill, they're clearly in a class of themselves right now. Offensive -ly any attire National Football League. Because if you look at the weapons that they have, he gets the ball to multiple people all the time. It's not one of those deals where it's Julian Elleman in gronkowski, Michael Thomas in Kamara. It's everybody's getting involved in edges shows the growth of Jere golfing. How far he was said back. Back, you notice dude, I sitting up last night and I thought to myself as watching us at many almost was out of the league Dillon with Jeff Fisher Jeff is you're almost ruined his career. Yes, getting line. He almost went on a whole bunch of man's. But but as the number one overall pick. And there was some confusion in the front office who won and who didn't want him whatever we over that now got their guy, but the guy and they almost screwed this thing up. Can you say that you find you shoot the duck? Yeah, you all different. There's a variety away to shoot the ducks. You can have like a machine gun you could have a handgun. I think if you go out aero aero he was a sniper last night symbols windows in which he delivered those passes or so tight. And I saw a fantastic stat lasts of this last night. He's hitting more than fifty percent of his tight window throws a season ago that season wish they had the best office new statistic. It was twenty some percent. So he's gotten so much an cover those throws. I'm going to mitt now that we're in the review of them. Couple of those last season. I was like. Like. Duck-ish yet they were wobbly last night. They were strikes overweight strikes five touchdowns to four different guys, including robber woods who caught a beautiful ball there. In the end of the third quarter, he was talking about Jared Goff afterwards. He's plan, amazing span poise. I know he's he has locked any grasping offense. I think everything a week he's prepared mentally physically knowing our Ponant on our game plan and he's coming into live and you see percentages delivering a blow STAN atoll in the pocket the lines, give him a chance and four hundred yards. I think the big time football for four four, fifty four sixty five to be accurate in. It was nine balls to Cooper Cup a couple of touchdowns one hundred sixty two yards. Seven balls to Brandin cooks for one hundred sixteen yards and touchdown, five more to Robert woods. One hundred one yards and a touchdown, Todd Gurley caught four passes seventy three yards and a touchdown. When you got four. Guys who are tearing you up. There's there is I don't care how good defenses you're not like. But are they good who good. This something going on there. We just don't know what it is. How much of Everson Griffen not being there as a part of this. I don't. I don't. I don't know he was there last week, right? When bills what he was dead week before we, I, I don't know. I don't know if it's a problem or not, but I just they're, they're good football team. You know, good football teams at times. They go through some things today. Get it figured out they they certainly scored thirty. What was it? Thirty one points last night. Yeah, they scored thirty one points. Yeah, cousins was good last night. They certainly did stuff, but this is back to back games four touchdowns in the first half do will we play in. I was on Tampa, Bay's defense. We won the top defenses going for years. We get. We got a whole teams got a hold of us and they beat us because their offense just outscored us. Our defense couldn't stop them in a got into situation where they just outscored the ram. During a shootout with the Rams on a Monday night in a high scoring shootout in Tony Dungy's offense live by Sean team. That one year was he was like food. Everybody. We were like, ooh, they got the cute a future, basically. Well, I think what happened last night, do Goth have a huge night and he was brilliant and they needed him to be brilliant. This wasn't a blowout where he just went and stacked a bunch of numbers and said, look through five touchdown passes every single one of those passes was an important part of the game that either gave them the lead or gave them a little bit of a cushion. So if they gave up another touchdown, they had the lead. But I think more than all of that and look, we're at the quarter point of the season. It's four games. There's a long way to go. But at the quarter-point they've answered every question there is to answer they their their offenses. Click, Jared, Goff looks legit. Todd Gurley, looks good. The offensive line has been really good. The defense was late last night, but the the Rams through a quarter of the season. Every question that's been asked to answer they they have, we we asked, okay, can they take Kanye rate isn't going to be rusty? They did that. They're going to beat up on air zone because it's Arizona. Did that. It's gonna be a tougher game against the charges, but they should come out on top. It's going to be really tough game against Minnesota. We don't know. High might go, but they should win. They did that. I got one more. I know they went up to Seattle last year and he's. I'm not doing this. Going to roll that go one more time, hostile environment only lost one game on a roll. A hostile environment and see what happens done that. I'm just saying, I'm just I want to see what happens. What happened. I see what the next six games are on the road three in a row. I wanna we're going to. We're going to see what it is. Yes, medic go. It's just another opportunity to show go the football scientists. Casey Joyner is going to join us. Next, you have questions for your fantasy line. If this weekend now is the time to call eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN the number again eight seven, seven, seven, two, three, seven, seven, six. If you have questions about your lineup, this weekend and you wanna run up by Casey, joined the football scientists call now, because that's what we're doing next week. Four of the NFL season underway Rams with a big one last night. You are getting ready for your fantasy lineups this weekend as well. And as always we're going to check in with the football site Joyner at Casey. Joyner t. f. s. on Twitter case, good morning, how are you. Good. I hadn't piece in care on ESPN leaks. He is stealing and he hit the Cup last night's Brown. Big time this week, no doubt about it. So let's talk a little bit about what we did see last night. Casey is Jared Goff number one, fantasy quarterback right after seeing what he did last night. If you can do to the Vikings defense who I had as what a lot of the players are, what I call red rated players being one of void, generally match of it against that defense. He can do it against anybody. I'm taking a top five quarterback permits from here or not until until he starts to fall back can be right up there only guys like reasonably in front of him. KC me ask you about another ram Cooper Cup, is he a bench player? Steal cannot move into the number to roll. He's such a central part of the offense. And I mean, you're not gonna get the situations where he's up against overmatched linebackers like it was a car last night felt so bad for carving chase photos. Never great cats taking on for a mile and never catch the guy. Yeah, he's going to be the, you're going to least wanna play him in a flex ever week because he's just got such a central on the, but sometimes three receivers aren't necessarily getting many passes he does and when it gets scoring ability, he does. You might consider me, but I'm always considering at least flex now that we know that the Vikings defense is not all that is ten. Look for other places. Surprisingly watched since teams has one of the top defenses in the league. We focused Alex Smith, but should Washington's defense be the one we pick up now Washington's defenses a very good defense. I've got them rated close to top top ten over other on the by this. Pickups about going to cook tops overall, actually like a few in defense, Cleveland still available on the number of leagues, Dave, and putting up some really good numbers. But people when generally think Seattle's defense, Seattle station, Arizona, Seattle, Arizona scored twenty points this year twenty. Smith, you pity Seattle, positive, Ardoz defense. Seattle's, really that you'll get their magic, the numbers. They're really that good. They, they're, I think they're gonna be able to a very good job against on the front, lawn twenty points, twenty points. I think Green Bay also gets Buffalo's another good, good screaming defense. Let's take some phone calls here. You got questions about your lineup this week, and you wanna ask Casey Joyner. Now's the time to call eight seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN eight seven seven, seven, ten, three, seven, seven, six. Let's start in south central with Alex, Alex. You're on with Casey. Joyner what's going on? Hey, what's up players? How about an PP our league, Mike Williams or Phillip? Lindsey. If you're looking at run blocking can say the Denver Broncos on top balking teens league gonna rank, third, Blanca, rankings, and Lindsey, they say they're going to play the hot hand there and although Freemen's doing fairly well, Lindsey is doing a lot better for a lot of the advanced metrics and Williams. I like his matchup. I got whiz raided as a flex, but Lindsay got ready Arbutus. I'm definitely on Lindsey. Let's try another phone call here studio city this time, and Zach, Zach you're on with Casey. Join the football scientist. At point p p we twelve team running back to barber or carrying Johnson. Gatley carry on the the buck near of terrible matchup. I do blocking matchup ranking system for ESPN fantasy section that comes out every Wednesday, and they rated as one of the most. One of the worst run match and league this year, Detroit run blocking his top ten this year or getting close to top five and I in care, ended getting more of the carries. It's kind of a platoon split. The really leaning towards him on definitely gonna carry on a another phone call. Again, Casey joined the football scientists, taking your fantasy football questions. Eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN the hills this time, and John John. You're on with Casey, what's going on? Yeah, I wanted to know if I should pay go Beckham, junior or the Andre Huggins this week. They both kind of disappointed me the lockable weeks. Yeah, they have. It's Hopkins taken the backseat willful or which is surprising happens. It's still getting the volume. These just not getting a getting touchdowns between those two, it's really close. Hopkins was limited. Practiser this week. It looks like he's going to be okay and Beckham's going up against New Orleans. But I think New Orleans there, one block and was really good last. So I think they're going to start to run the ball more meeting. Again, doesn't get into be quite the the kinda shootout that would otherwise. And I still have a ton of faith in Hopkins against Indianapolis until slight edge. The Hopkins, Casey joining a football scientists. Join us here on Keyshawn ill z. and Travis better known as weak t. KC David Johnson win. What should I do? David Johnson, David Johnson, again, the cardinals offense scored twenty points this year at his fantasy production as fallen off as might be expected. But look at the advanced run blocking metrics there actually blocking very well. The number eleven and my run blocking grades right now, and they're not far from a much higher than that. They're going to get that now that offense together, I think rose is going to be a better quarterback. Bradford was when that happens, he's going to step up. Maybe he's only two this year. Maybe he doesn't return the investment. They. Gets out of which they hadn't drafted top of investment. But I think his production can only go out the great Bilo candidate. If if you're gonna league or you can get David Johnson, definitely buy low. And because the only go up from TC Joyner ESPN, senior NFL and fantasy football insider, taking your fantasy football questions, get ready for this. Weekend's. Go back to the phones this time, seeing demons and Matt, Matt. What's going on Martin. Join our as a fellow scientist scientists and Barral. I have a question for you. I need to start quarterbacks. Do I choose either Philip rivers or do I choose to him mortal though? But Terry, God Thomas at work Patrick. Rick flair. Is going to say this. Wakeham bake meant waken meth. What about the question. To the beer scientist. I have Philip rivers rated a lot higher this weekend and Brady. I like, I think Brady's gonna bounce back but rivers. If you look at vertical passing numbers, look at how well that line is blocking the San Francisco defensive. If banged up, I've got him right rated. Fourth of my grandkids got rated nights. I'm definitely going to see you mentioned the running metrics that you do. What are some good matchups this week, and what are some ones that maybe people wanna stay away from really good matchups this week are going to be mentioned the that was on a match by when you look at the the offense of line for for for the blocking very well. And the Seattle run blocking is not as some ramrod difference is not good, eight rated matchups or the saints of an area matchup this week. I'm thinking of this off. My ESPN article from Wednesday mentioned, you can find them. They spin dot com plus section the Broncos, a fantastic match best match week against the chiefs. He want to get every Broncos player in your lamp that you can't accept case keenum quarterback to love the Bengals matchup baton and. That it does probably the top match of the week. There are bad matchups and mentioned Seattle, terrible match of Tampa Bay, terrible match. They're gonna come back down to earth sooner or later. I think Tennessee's terrible match. You don't wanna put any of those those titans running backs in the game. If you're gonna void it, and I really don't have the bills against the Packers. And there's a number of other matchups too, but the raiders I wouldn't be putting the raiders players that Brown's defense is really good. Two weeks ago is all about fits magic. Do you ride within ticket chance with it, or do you go with something a little bit more stable. I think that when you look at their blocking the run blocking atrocious and Dave got their pass blocking his been better, but not I got a lot of room from prove and I think Chicago think Pittsburgh showed on Monday night. Did you get a pass, rush against them that offense is a completely different beast, and Chicago is going to get a pass, rush against Chicago. Shut that off. It's down to this week. I really fading buck bucket. Your players should I be worried and trade. Some of these players in in look, the do something with them. I wouldn't be worried about it, but the saints run block was offline weeks. One into often we wanted to. So they had thought about plus defense emissions saints run blocking a lot better weeks. Exactly what it was last year. They got ain't gonna come back and week. Five. I have a feeling they're gonna go back to that. Run heavy offense. So have you can sell Michael Thomas who has caught thirty eight at of forty ball, thrown his way this year. Thirty eight out of forty. That's an insane number. If you can get a monster deal for him or breeze or something like that. I mean, a monster deal, sell high deal. You can do that. Do it other. Keep them, but if you can give sale high deal and get something really big, and we're trying to be the right time to great DNA. Let's go to line four here. Mike, and he'll see. Hey, good morning guys up Friday. I need one wide receiver for my flick spot have point DDR Jarvis Landry Nelson aga- lower Calvin Ridley help. Really has taken over the two in that offense. He's even those still listed the starter Ridley getting more targets he's getting up or catches. So I really like him. I don't like aggo around the offense. I think he's going to do well season progresses, but the eagles offense right now it's kinda struggling. But if I'm if I'm going on the PR I've gotta go Landry I love the matchup against the raiders raiders have no pass, rush their bottom in the league and all the pass rush metrics. And I think that just gonna see at least ten targets. You might even get as many as ten to twelve catches this weeks ago Landry had somebody could get to the quarterback Zeus in Anthony, Anthony, you're next what's up. Good morning guys. Thanks for taking my call. I think I need help with as a standard league for my running back to trying to go Alan Sony mentioned or the court. Well. Tough call there. Alan, he's the, he's really. He's not really the two back there. They're really leaning more towards towards Collins really go more in his direction. So Alan is more pass catching back scandal league. I'm not so sold on a player like that. Some probably going crow l. on that one coast, the jets run block has been a lot better. And generally it's go to the valley this time, and Alex, Alex, the football scientists, Casey Joyner. Alexey there. Let's try to everyone. Let's go to Oxnard in Ryan Ryan, you're on with Casey. What's going on. Guys got a non p p r Matt Ryan or Philip rivers. At two good. I've had this week after, especially at the way they played last week, but between those two, I think Ryan's gonna have a lot tougher time. This Cincinnati's defense, they, he's got one of the subpart matchups looking at coverage, looking to pass, pass, rushing. I think Ryan's not gonna do quite as well because he did last week and we're just mentioned like the match matchup against San Francisco, secondary's top-five quarterbacks over. Casey Joyner the football, just taking your questions for the weekend. Casey appreciate you coming on. Thanks. Don't forget that if you want to get in with Casey, got a call right away. You got call early because we load up fast every Friday. We talk with Casey and he's gonna take your fantasy football questions. So get in early, I forgot to ask him if the raiders should bench Khalil. Lonzo was talking after practice and had some interesting thoughts on playing with LeBron James, not what you might think you'll hear from him. Next. It's coming up mornings Keyshawn Ian Travis. Big win for the last night. Thirty points thirty eight thirty five thirty four and thirty three. That's how many points they put up in the first four games and Mark supposedly good defense. Yes with no preseason they might as well her the preseason. If you're Sean McVay at this point, it's go to the Lakers and Lonzo ball. He was asked an interesting question the question being or you nervous playing with LeBron James and the answer was maybe not what a lot of people were expecting. Check out Lonzo never never play with me. Just another person in in our guys. The person. I, it's not just another person I get not being nervous getting excited. I get being anxious to go out there and run with him and get a chance to win games. As you know, I've seen. God on stuff like that about the opponent, but never about a team mate. I've said that about the pony ask about right minute. Do just guy put on leaks, isn't that the big now, if he was my opponent, I certainly say that sure if it was LeBron James, but the fact that he's on my team in the reason that he's the reason why all my team is because he's the best plan of world and we quite frankly suck. So we went out. So I would have appreciated nuttier hip. Hip like use your brain young man. It's it's a really interesting response because Lonzo there's a lot of ways to answer that. It's the line at the end. It's the, he's not a God. No, he's not, but he's close. I mean, he's been to the finals eight times in a row nine overall, he's won three chips. This is the guy that's been the best player in the league for over a decade. He just came to your team and in the span of that he this team went from a team that hasn't made the playoffs in five years to a team that people are thinking might get into the second round. Maybe if they catch lightning in a bottle and they get really good really fast, maybe they go to the conference finals and they're expected to win a championship in the next year after this that he's not maybe God, but he's the best player in the league and a little respect on his name doesn't seem out of order. You're the key phrase you just mentioned was this is your team guess what? It is no longer your team. In fact, you're losing grip on your team last season and now you have no. Now you're standing in line hoping to reclaim your starting job, that alone, your team perhaps Keyshawn was right when he says, maybe he's a little weary and tired. This narrative Wayne down on him and he was snipping or win. Keyshawn said the big enchilada. Yes. Lebron. LeBron's. I'm here at absolute bronze. Gonna hear it, absolute and try here. Trust you already heard it. Trust me when I say this. If young man happens to have a woeful shooting night. And they lose a game ender in mist of a losing streak, three games, maybe maybe not quite where they thought they should be. Later on the season. Trust LeBron is going to find a way to say, sit alone lines of, you know, we all got to come together. You guys keep coming to me. I'm not a God. I'm just one man. Trust. Sure. The Brun is incredibly smart, and he knows how to weave in the petty in a very subtle. You got a passive aggressiveness, oh man is easing a genius. He's going to be like, you know. And if LeBron of an abso- has a great shooting night ten from tan from three, but I go, man, he's like a God. Oh, trust he, this is stored it. I can't wait for the moment at which you just kind of. At these dropping exact if he if he wants to be the guy, if he wants to be the face of the franchise, which they tried to make him last year and it didn't got to play better. He's got to play more that this isn't that LeBron came in high LeBron everywhere he goes, he's going to be the story and you're gonna get questions asked about him. I just wonder. I mean, they have played a preseason game yet. They open camp a couple of days ago and get an answer like this. Again, it was said lightly. It wasn't militia said within. We're having some fun with it too. You know, I got a lot of tweets. People say, you gotta take it his way to Sears partners worth. We're having fun with the two, but it does show bit of an attitude. There's always a Colonel in there, the kernel of, no, I'm not nervous. You know, I'm not nervous if anybody, he's not a God, it's light, but there's the kernel of that in there. And you know, maybe it's, it's a situation where he's going to grow into to learn. How to deal with those slick questions that these dirty germs spread journalists put out the airs question. Are you nervous a pair of the broad jas? That's not a dirty question. That's just an obvious low out the game just in general. Maybe he learned like later on later, maybe this is just a youth thing for him, and he doesn't understand that. I don't say those things about the top player in the world. My team or my teammate, maybe. Out of character to to have him. He didn't take a shot. I'm not suggesting to show and I'm telling you what he did, but he did uplift teaming is coming from a place where you know you you around a lot of people got to talking and ain't like, man, you know, the Broncos will, you know, and you just talking, you have a normal shop talk and. Somebody probably was like, man, you know, he just are many dudes, Laurent, Manny. Ain't nobody specially always acting like he got something I'm telling you. That's what you known him conversations come on that boy, I mean, yeah, but but you don't take them conversations. They go to put him in the public young. You don't know any better in stick a Mike in your face in the first thing you do is you open your trap about this maybe is nervous. How about that? The idea of because look, what do we do when we ask the question that we don't like denied tonight we denied the the the good of I don't know what that is, but the are you nervous now, man, I'm not nervous nervous about playing with him and I'm not scared anybody. No, he's not God. You know, again, we're putting a little bit in there that maybe wasn't. But it was an interesting response because the answer to the question that we just don't go. Yep. Okay. We move onto the next thing. The question is nervous now, man, I can't wait. I can't wait the LeBron James. I'm not nervous. I can't wait to get started. We yet. There you go. We're onto the next thing. It's not what he said. No, he gave us something. Maybe he meant to give us something. Maybe he subconsciously just kind of let some truth fillings out in his answer and try to laugh it off in the process. I don't know what I do know is one the Brown hurting won't forget and to, you know, there's a lot of reasons to be nervous. LeBron is one of those reasons Rondo of another one of those reasons. Your health will be another one. Those reasons you're. Shooting touch will be another one, calc lose movie. Another one of those reasons being traded. Another one reason he's got a lot of reasons to be nervous to season starts to stack about his knee. Sean McVeigh said healthy. I always say about the knee. Yes, it grows Sean McVeigh, head coach of the Rams. He's going to join us at eight thirty. So make sure you stick around to hear that the Rams or four and Sean McVeigh's put them in a great position at the quarter point of the season. Plus we'll get into more Lakers. Luke Walton says that they have a whole bunch of different ways that they're gonna use LeBron we will get into that next.

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A Consulting Call With My Mentor - Part 1 of 2

Marketing Secrets

24:29 min | 1 year ago

A Consulting Call With My Mentor - Part 1 of 2

"What's up everybody? This Russell Brunson into a very special episode of the marketing secrets podcast today. I'm going to let you in behind the scenes on a really special conversation. I'm excited to have. With my very first, ever, marketing and business mentor. The guide helped me go from you. Having a dream of of somebody starting a business to really give me the foundational, tools and insights and knowledge I needed to build a launch would eventually became click funnels and some of them super grateful for his name is Mark Joyner. He's been called the godfather of internet marketing. But for me someone that I respect as a friend and a mentor, and I'm really excited show this up so with you guys here as soon as we get back from the theme song. So the big question is this how we're on brewers like us. He didn't cheat and take on venture capital for spending money for own pockets. How do we market in a way? The let us get our products and our services, and the things that you believe in out to the world and yet still remained fucking. That is the question in this podcast will give you the answer. My name's Russell Brunson and welcomed the marketing secrets. Are you let me give you some context? So when I first got in this game almost fifteen years ago when I jumped in it was kind of the wild wild west there, a whole bunch of stuff happening. But no one really it was just kind of crazy out there. It was Google was kind of they're they're a bunch of other search engines zone who's going to win. You know before then it was before my space. There was a social coming out called friendster gives me remember that. There was a couple of people talking about marketing and stuff. But there wasn't like there wasn't a lot out there. And I got on. It was kind of like the wild wild west. I was looking for stuff, and I found Kobe was hawking things. And there wasn't a lot. They could they could really finally today. I feel like, you know, so much of what we do online has been very defined. There's clear lines. This is what you do it. How you doing a lot of the foundational frameworks and things have been have been figured out the master of last fifteen years, you'll get your jumping the game. Now like it's lucky you can just jump into. Here's the framework to do. But before before I got on like there are people out there. Trying to figure this stuff out and one of the early early early pioneers was a guy named Mark joiner. And Mark is I mean, he's got a military background. He's written a bunch of books. He's just an amazing person for so many reasons, and I remember as I was starting my. Online trying to figure things out. I kept here. He's named pop up. And I didn't know who was who I didn't understand the whole any of any of the landscape of who was important or not. But I remember her name a couple of times. And also, and I saw this campaign come out and seem like everybody's Email us I joined at that point where all send emails out saying, the Mark joiner, the godfather, even in marketing is retiring, and and he's leaving behind everything. And he's you know, he wants to shift what he's doing in life you selling off all the source code all the sides is projects. And and I I remember his problem with the best hooks. I've ever heard. I was like what? And we're going to the cells page of reading this thing. It's called the Mark Joyner farewell package reading the cells page, and I was like I have to have this like if I had this my wife would change. And and I was like I have to have it. I have to have it. I was going crazy. I wanted I needed to buy the problem with without hundred bucks at just married to my beautiful wife. We were more than broke. I was arrested and was making zero dollars an hour. She was a secretary breaking nine dollars and fifty cents an hour, and we had a little house. We were I just read rich dad poor dad. So I bought this. Duplex. I was renting out half of it. You know? So I mean, it was like as pours you could get right. And but it was same time for my wife, and I talked about was like the best home our life like it was just so much. So he's like we missed that part of it by still remember, I'm in this house, and reading the pack and wanna buy by can't afford it. And I don't know what to do. I don't have a credit card at the time and my wife had one, but she like from before we got married she had credit card. So we'd like had some help was paid off. And we were paying that person back. So we try not to get a debt all sorts of stuff. And I remember reading the sales pitch. And then all these people promoting it and scanning might chin kept promoting like crazy. And I remember I listen to this interview is my China. Mark a talking about success in business and basically like, yes. If you need to at least get started in parts and go to benefit package for thousand bucks, and he needs to start a capital actually do something. And I listen seeing all my bet my bed over and over and over again finance half invest in this thing. And it's funny now like looking back and how scared I was like how great flan that Mark was willing to be a marketer and to sell a product he believed in he'd created. And that he had given me urgency and scarcity and like desired for this thing because you know, that next morning I woke up, and I told clad I was like, I think that this is the thing, and she's like trying to tell stuff like you're listening to is it that I feel like this is the this is the thing I need. She said, okay. Then I trust you. And so we call the Bank we the credit card limit a little bit. And I went and bought the differ well package and number o week or two later showed up right with my wife, and I were leaving. It was like our one year anniversary. And my parents were flying Hawaii. They're taking us with us. And so I see d- walkman player in on the flight and listening to the CDs in the in the in the air from this farewell package. Mark you're telling the the war stories of how they built his company's back. Then they get pre everything. He's building search engines and like getting an index and building huge Email us with that. He's doing. I'd love to actually go back. They'll do that she'd go back and realize that whole course because he had some of these brilliant ideas, the right when you can't run Facebook ads. How do you how do you build a list? Right. When they're when there are no paper, click search engines besides the one that you built by the way, he's one of the first paper, click search engines like like, how do you do it? So he had to be super creative. And he had always amazing ideas and ways, and he has some websites of lifted when the top thirty or forty websites in the world highest traffic websites like all these maze and things that he he develops. I remember listening to these CDs and just getting so many ideas about what to do and how to do in those really foundational for me. And I think of all the lesson. I learned from Arkansas learned a ton of them. But the one that was the most impactful was was the focus point like building an Email. It's like you have to have to build a list and that season of the internet marketing game when adsence sites became this thing. Everyone's Craig galleys ads incites and making insane amounts of money. And I kept wanting to shift my focus that I kept hearing his voice my head. I didn't know him personally. But from listening to his course anytime. Times. Like folks building lists, folks, I'm building this like, that's what you gotta do it. So I went back, let's fundamentals and I was annoyed as everyone else's making millions of dollars around me doing nothing building garbage sites. And then when when that dried up and disappeared overnight, I was so grateful for him as a mentor who stuck me to the to the fundamentals and you'll have to Mark Davis. Farewell packages sold off all the source code Stephanie. He disappeared for like a year. I have no idea where he went. And then a year later, he came back, and and it was just kind of like helping some people in I jumped into like, dude, you have no idea how much help, you know. And we had a chance to connect a little bit there and talk a few times, I had a chance to interview, and it was just such a cool. It was cool from to do that meant the world to someone like me who, you know. He was he was he was everything to me. And it was so cool. He was willing to to come back and into share and then about a year later. So he he launched a new company, and it was more in the personal development. Space was called simple allergy. I remember when he came back. There's all the all the naysayers have come in. Like, oh, I thought you were retiring from the internet marketing is like I was retiring from teaching market wasn't retiring from using the internet like on eighty hit lake. I've heard the center at things probably gonna last little while and create the cycle symbolically. He launched it grew to be big really fast. And then you also know exactly happen. I have my assumptions, I think he, you know. I think he hit had so much success in earlier things than when the start happening. I don't I don't know. Maybe it was relationship things, and he was found with things. I don't know. But but I don't feel like he was really engaged in the game for for a long time. And I think that was working made much money built a big list, but he didn't really tend after for. I mean who knows maybe a decade or so as there's been it's been doing his thing. But just hasn't hasn't. Like, I don't know. It just hasn't had his attention his focus, and I was lucky enough to two or three years ago. He came out we spent a day or two together I helped him build a funnel which was really fun and just super cool to go back and do that with my my original mentor. In fact, we launched that funnel. But it's funny. We filled the whole locker TV episode. We haven't got that live yet. I'm gonna have to go back and y'all Brandon is get live 'cause it was really cool like just the whole thing. And I had so much fun. Having been here in Boise and just. Yeah. In fact, one things I remember his one of his regional books was a book called mind control marketing, which was the book, actually, the final foreign, and I remember he opened up he signed his name in it. And I looked at it like that night. It says something like to my number one student. I was like oh my gosh. That is so cool. There's enough to be fan blowing. So let me let me talk about what the point of this of this podcast is. So it's been interesting. I feel like when Mark came out two boys. We spent the day or two together. I feel like we can caught him on fire got excited about stuff. I think he saw how much excite, but we were having with click funnels and make the team, and like everything, and I think he was kinda getting getting excited to get back into it. And and I've seen him do more and more stuff over the last year or two since he came out here. And and I feel like I don't know. I know it's like the Phoenix rising the Ashley because rebirth of excitement from them and like an NFL like right now, he's in the momentum. Right. He's like, hey, I want to do this thing. And so the other night he posts about Facebook. It was was that about almost a month ago right now. So he posted this thing and someone review he posted see posted marketing gurus, this is your chance to humiliate me. Number one. I've been stepping on my game lately. Number two. This is just the beginning. Number three. I want you advice on how to step it up even more better. PR better offers better social broader reach better copyrighted, better public speaking, better, whatever the F. Number four, be brutally. Honest skin is thick af ego in check mind wide open. And then just don't be. Yes. This'll be jerk about said bonus. I think it's supposed to get some wide. Attention says a free advertising opportunity for yourself and also deposited to Mark Joyner favor Bank. I'm not Lancaster debts. So that's kind of what he posted at Marie now. It's like, oh, man. Like, so. So so interesting, and then I kind of sat back in Washington comet started flooding in and as of today is one hundred sixty seven comments and tells you good advice tons of it gives them bad advice. But all all the vice that were in there. There was one from actually my first one of the first mentor is Justin Brooke. And and I think his his was the closest to what I would say is short form. And then then if I had more time with Mark I would sit back, and I have kind of long form of bigger bigger strategy things. I would I would talk about with him. And so. And so why don't we do? I've actually gonna read Justin share a couple of quick thoughts. I had based on that. And then I wanted I basically recording us if I was sitting down with Mark I told them time, I was going to be course, I said, look, I would love to do more of the long form. I act like this is consultation, and then go through six or seven things I would look at if I was you, and I love I could record this, and I'll send you the audio. And then and then you can basically have it. But I want to publish this podcast too. Because I think this is gonna help so many people who have kind of similar situation, and he said yes, and he came back. What if we do that? And then go implement bunch stuff you said, and then we do a an update podcast later kind of showing the results. I was like do that'd be awesome. So I'm totally into that. So this is the first podcast of a two part series. Probably what should be cool. So all right. So let me read you a Justin brook said suggestion said said with the most of the most respected love, I'm your rating fan. But I do see some things that could be improved number one. You see me falling into the trap for all great marketers of doing too much high level van stuff and not enough of the basics. Maybe your goals are different. Maybe you don't want the. Attention, but your pages your profile cells page, even you I've simplicity's very dated. It's not keeping up with what's currently popular or best practices Simone, number two. It's confusing. Who you are today? Are you in the Finnish naturally marketing, you personal element? I know use the godfather in marketing, what happened that messaging? Where's the story on my? Where's that sorta under profile pitches? Bio cover web cover photo website YouTube channel if it's not that anymore. Then what how do you want me to brag about you to my friends, which is the Kool aid and three simple. Allergy is a great pro TV sof is the great productivity software on the market. But it looks like the oldest productivity software in the market. It should be an apple my phone. It should look like trello. It should be easy and intuitive like workflow, and it should have comparison pages to Tucson to do the to do list, trello, workflow read, I love you, dude. You do. No, wrong, my mind, but since you asked. All right. So three really good things. Number one. Was he he's lost? The Mark marks brilliant. Which is cursive, most Eugeniusz he's gotten. He speaks very high level, and and for people who are seeking improvement. We love that we plug into it. The problem is most people don't seek for improvement. People are looking for new opportunities. I'm talking about here in a minute. And the new opportunities needs things, much, basic more basic level. Get number two. I think there's some huge confused invite where he fits in the market and number three is a simple algae. They said it looks very outdated. It's three things. Now, a couple of things I had something fast things I wanted to throw out there. Like, I was trying to post to fall Justin's. I have like a quick thing before I dive into like the longer more fun detail geeking out on strategy and principal stuff. So I'm gonna go through some of the core things really quickly to Justin's three things. I would I would probably add the first moment I'm going to go with that kind of what he talked about the. Simple ogies. The great pro TV software in the market. But it looks like the oldest pro TV soften the market. And I I would say something similar like Mark after you came out. I'm gonna speak to Mark distracting for the rest of this. Probably hope. That's okay smart. But you came to Boise, and we were geeking funnel stuff. You couldn't say simple logic evolved to and create accounts for me and my team, and we were all excited and kinda use it because you start doing it. And you know, the the word like the root word is simple, simple allergy and it. By default, isn't very simple. And it was it was by far when the more more most complex like project management has mentioned thing that I had used because we didn't get traction like me Stephen Larson, as you know, we were like geeking out like we're going to do this. And we St. try for for week two weeks. I was going through all the black belt, white all training and stuff. And the by the time MC tooth receded. Literally what the phrase that? We says like this is not simple at all. This is this is very complex. We're gonna go back to trello because as simple, and so that's what we do shifted back to the snow's was actually very simple. And so that was like one big piece of feedback. Well, why we didn't get traction where we didn't stick is. Because the simplicity wasn't actually there especially for practice. Simplicity. Simple in in the name. It's like we have to make it more simple. And I say that looking at a click phones, which once again is very similar. It's like the most complex software on the planet. In my biggest hurdle. I haven't clicked finals game people to consume the software that they can actually use it in such way understand that. And it's funny. You know, we're trying to do more of this. Now, that's hard this deep in the game for us is instead of like giving people a complex that we were if I could build click Voss some ground up begin say sold it for billion dollars a five year, non compete, or whatever. And I was starting over five years now, I would make click funnel so simple, and it would force people to opt into complexity, right? So I was like I would basically make with look like lead page page. That's it. They would go in there. And they could drag drop move things around like, oh, this is easy. And they're like, oh, you have a page, which is you a funnel on the night. Yeah. That'd be awesome. Click a button and say, okay. Let me coach you on what a funnel as I explained the concept behind it. And then then they click abundant unlocks unlock that complexity would add it to it. Right. So that way we have a basic saw though, it all I do like for my onboard and give people to stick with the softwares is get them to come into the very simplest easiest to convince them of that. Then the use that to get. Big a quick win. Like, oh my gosh. That's easy. And out next thing. It's not just like click the button and go into it. They have to watch video get trained on it. And then when we often that complexity it's complex because he's went through training cycle that understand that. Right. And I totally get if I was close from scratch today. That's what I would do is. I'd make it simple. And then and then every time we want to add complexity to opt into it. The watch the training than unlocks wouldn't sell them for up sell. I would just I would just optimally complexity keep getting those things as they do. So for for you know, you said you have new version coming out. And so I would just look at that. It's just right out super complex for something that's called simple. And I would look at actually make it simple and then unlocked complexity as they go deeper lesson one number two I logged in tonight too. Symbolics? I've used it for a while is logged in meetings and up sell flow, which I respect as marketer, but as a consumer German crazy three upsells third upsells of cells video with comet several oh and cleaned getting software, and I logged out reluctant and then took new software. I was like I can't even lock the software's pretty to upsells and know someone who who loves upsells down sells more than anyone on on human earth on planet earth. Also know that my lifetime value my customers, if I'm not careful upsells downhills, we'll destroy lifetime value back in a pre click funnels life than we were before. I before I really understood. In fact, I can tell you the story behind this is everyone of my funnels back, and they would always have three upsells and three down. So if you said, no to everything with six things every single time, and we're pulling out tons of money. So I thought it was right? And it was interesting is. One of my friends came out with this new software, Gary Pearson. Scott, Bradley, and it came out this new software called shopper prove in their. Hey, put this on your thank you page. This is when people in those happened is Boston the so excited, and then they review you, and you get really good of us. I was like cool. So I put this thing on my on my. Thank you page for for funnels during the launch. And and then also the reuse are coming in. And I was like zone. Awesome. So I let it run for feel four or five hours in the middle of the lodge. And then why didn't see what my my stars? Like, I think my overall ratings tune half stars as I what these my best buyers. You guys should love your down. I read the comments people were like if I see we'll up celebrated kill you. I want your product anymore. I bought like all these things that I was like, oh my gosh. My customers hate me. It's because we took them through so complex up sell process. And so for me, I always look at how do I always many upsells possible without making the person angry? So if you look at like like evolution funnels for me. Especially like fouls up sales down sells like. I'm very very carefully. That's why we kind of pioneered the order form bumping because someone would buy a product to step up in their shipping address. And right before the submit button. We have an order form bump, and we start putting those things in because it would it would increase our car value. But people don't look at it as an up so and so didn't decrease customer happiness. Right. So they had bumps those bumps we plugged in there. And then I used to go from having six down south to the max, I have an internal rule like the most we can have is to cave down south. That's eight up sell upsell. That's it for me. I never go more into that's like an internal role every company does like to that's it. And from that point our happiness level or lifetime value for customers have dramatically gone because they're not sick of us by times over and so that's kind of thing. Just look at like for me logging. I went through three upsells, then it can it software, and this is long in. I'm sure it's similar out signing up. But first time I would just look at you know, when someone's creating an account my software. It's more important for me to get them using the software and then for me to make revenue immediately. K? No, that's not always true in the sixth thing, I have here for you. There are front and finals with with a goal to focus of upside down selling, but then from there into my software include funnels is very light on anything up selling to sign of process because I just want them to have a good experience into stick. That's the most important thing for me. Okay. And then the third thing I would say this is my quick quick feedback. By my Facebook post. I would've made is is the concept of significance. And I share this this. I've been kind of nervous to share. But I think is really really important and. And I don't want to name names because this podcast Republican and things like that. But it's been interesting in my journey like I've had a lot. I've had a lot chance to work with people who. Who in fact, the first time I heard about I was in a car ride of Tony Robbins, and Tony was talking about doing a partial somebody asked. My opinions on was like I like that person did pretty good. The problem is that person's significant serve and therefore I'm not going to deal with them. And I was like oh my gosh. My significance driven. I was freaking out. And I'm having Tony Robbins looking at my soul thinking, my significant striven, and it'd be really really nervous always been cautious that ever since. Then I don't want to be significant serve only driven by by other needs, right? Like like other things and all of us have significance. It's part of what we do is. What drives especially entrepreneurs the significance. I found is a lot of people especially from the from the old their time. Right. Like the foundational time in these are offering I respect I love. Some of the early online guys is that they got lots of Nikki's where they did. And I know that you specifically kind of told me this before when I think I'd event I want you to speak at and and this is before click bills came out be sitting. I only do it. If if I'm if I'm the keynote speaker because I need to maintain my my branding, and my my my positioning. And I was like, that's I understand that the problem is if you're if you're not careful it ruins opportunities. And it's funny. I was talking to Dave Woodward on my team about this pretty indepth. I said, you know, it's interesting like how much things I ever know my life more than I could ever even hope for the less. I try to be significant and more sensitive is I get right? The more. I push it away the more. I get and it's funny because I see I see a lot of people who hold on significance, and they wanna be significant facility, and because of that they the disappear from from the from the public face. And so for me, the biggest thing, I I'd say that I feel like you're. Doing it. Now, it's like this post is a great example of it is being willing to be vulnerable and. Is coming off of that. Like like breaking posture is what draws people towards you. And in the early days of the internet. It was different. 'cause it was a social media. Right. It was it was it was added that it was emails clicks. And so it didn't matter as much but in today's world where everything's social significance. X repels people. It's like a magnet pushes people away. Whereas voted ability is what draws people in. And so you can see that from this show here alone. And so for me, it's like when I talk about my significance in my cheese, my college, but stuff like that. It never draws people towards me when talking about my failures, my things I struggle with things like that draws people towards me. So there's a part of the point in your stories things to have that significance where it's like, I did this, blah, blah, blah. But, but if you look at any of my webinars, or my my stories my videos I touch upon significance. I say things to people know that I'm significant, but I jump off that as fast as possibly can. Right. I can basically, oh, here's a here's a here's had a chance to build a funnel for Tony Robins. He launched his new book. Boom. There's like a huge significance hit. But then I jump back. And like, oh my gosh. It was the most stressful thing in the world. That's what I was scared. This is like, and I go into that. And awesome. They're like, oh my gosh. She shoe, but he was scared saying I would have been scared. That's what draws them in meetings of the Tony does not gives me the credibility but significance actually pushes pushes things away. It's so for you. It's like the more vulnerable. You get the more your audience is gonna connected you they're going to build with you in the more you kind of put significance away. And again, I feel like you're doing now anyway, which is off. Awesome. There's something that when you were in Boise. I wanted to say how to say it to you of just like because I look at you. Or my absolute respect for you. Like why why does both people know role about know who who marked joiners right now because you partially occupied designed wasn't your goal that wasn't your mission at the time. But it's like, but but part of it was just because it's like you were trying to maintain a certain positioning which made you lose your positioning. Right. I always tell people now make like by try to be significant. 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#1 Limiting Beliefs That Hold Women Back: It's all or nothing!

No Ego

35:17 min | 1 year ago

#1 Limiting Beliefs That Hold Women Back: It's all or nothing!

"This is the no ego podcasts where we did the drama and entitlement and transform your World Place Wakeman. Hello everyone I am so excited about today I and a great friend Dr Sasha. Shell cut are here today and we decided to get together. We both have our own businesses our own audiences but we are getting together because because we're becoming great friends and one of the things we like to jam on is how women leaders hold themselves back like how they're thinking limits their success and happiness us and we aren't talking about it and you and I talk about it a lot but we want everybody to be talking about it. Expose these distortions people get into in. They're thinking so they can be happier successful so thanks for coming on well. Thanks for having me. I think that you kind of have this idea that one night when we we were having what I see is like leadership therapy session rooms and we just started talking about how we have these common misconceptions that we can just put on repeat in our brain slew and it's an internal stop that often times is an obstruction that just stops us from moving forward and we thought why not share this with both of our audiences and it gets lonely because part of the weird thing about these weird thoughts is I can get myself believing I'm the only person in the world that has these so I can look at everybody's outsides and how pulled together they are and how amazing they they look and how successful they are and I'm the only one who crashed the party without an invitation Mike. I feel like I'm the only one who has these. I think what we bonded over is I. I mean you have this successful wonderful career. You have this incredible side hustle of iino. You're brave enough your support of women in medicine and and I'm owner of a growing business that people ask me how I ended up here. I still don't know pretty accidentally but we have great success. We have so much joyner lies is with everything to just you know pinch us. Life is good and yet. It's not because we were destined for that. I mean we have fought our way there. You're in my point is when I hear other people talking about these laws I feel so much less lonely and they have so much less power over me because I'm like oh my gosh everybody that I know of that. Successful also struggles with thinking that just isn't in their best interests well well. It's interesting that when you and I get together it's not the we don't sit around and talk about success. What do we talk about. We talk about the things that we're struggling with. We talk about the things and we kind of are pure coaching each other to really help each of us overcome things and you know it was such a comfort to me me. When I meet Wakeman. I have the story of Cy Wakeman in my mind you know she's this Uber Successful Speaker. She travels all over the world. She has an amazing business business and she has all this knowledge and research on ego so Shirley. She doesn't struggle with any of the things that I'm with right but when I find out that we share some struggles goals or I share my struggle with you and you say well actually that exact thing happened to me and this is what I did to overcome it. That's win. You actually get closer to someone right right to sit around and talk about all our success. It's when we actually sit around and talk about our struggles. Our fear is all about like I can be vulnerable and show you that and what is so funny about as you talk about your image of me and I think we're GonNa talk a lot about the stories that women have that. Keep US apart because my image of you. It's leg league e-e-e-e-no newly tenured faculty amazing six. I think you're the youngest female tenured faculty. Your organization right is definitely only in the Department of you and the Department yes gas gas and it's like I had heard of you before I knew you and it was just like fee nom out there and we know it's so funny that we're both sitting together meeting for the first couple of times both of us so nervous to be together and fearing the exact seem things that are untrue which for me when I talk about Eagle is all about stop believing everything you think ego if if you need to just check in Dan when you're feeling stressed bigger out what you're thinking or believing because if your stress is probably untrue and bring out to the light of day like check yourself to a reality check and I just think it's fun that once we got to talking if us up and I'm just hoping it will free people up so we sat down just a a few minutes ago and we figured out like we WANNA do some time kind of a series with like some of the common ones and it'd be interested in the comments. If we don't hit at one of the common ones I would love you guys to write us. What about this one attack and then we can get back together and just keep outing these common belief systems that that keeps us back and I think everyone has these you do too. I agree but I think as women we're so good at keeping our own secrets. We're so so good at over giving to everybody else and not mentioned that that that we're kind of drowning like it's like I think even though this is for everybody we're going to focus us on women because I think it doesn't seem as safe for us to like bring the only open and I think one of the reasons to is that we in both of our work co-found that women are often very isolated and they may you may be in a room full of people and yet you go home at night and feel incredibly alone in New York struggles and these thoughts just percolate and so I know like when when I met you I had a story of you in my mind and I was like I gotta be this this way so she's going to like me and she's not gonNa see ego or all. These and I think it's really important though that one of the reasons we wanted to do this and focus focus on women in the series is because we want to bring that kind of collective community forward in both of our communities and it is lonely and I think is weird especially if if you're suppose this for for my experience but it's like a successful business and when I go home I tend to you get into more traditional roles and so it's like I think in if my marriage were more traditional I think that I we have a bit more support without asking for it and I kind of a story. If you have to ask for it it doesn't count people should just know what I mean by that without. Being cryptic is it's like when I come home. I don't sit in debrief about my day with people I love. I go immediately into mom mode cooking mode laundry mode food and I don't know that other people come home and go immediately into that second shift right on Syria typical because I realize realize it's such a spectrum anymore but I think in my life. It's like when my husband comes home. It's like let's talk about his day anyone trying to support him. I got laundry meals to cook. Get picked up yeah. You know there's so much to do as a woman. I think that the the Outside Society Society that we pick up is that we are supposed to be able to do it all we are supposed to be able to go to work looking perfect with perfect hair ear and after we've spent an hour at the gym and do our jobs and then we're supposed to come home and we're supposed to go right into taking care of maybe it's an ailing parent to child. Maybe it's a neighbor or maybe fun. I think if you're a woman if you don't if you choose not to have kids or you don't have kids because you know that's not a possibility like we adopt up things whether your pet friendly you know it's like because I don't know that some of my friends who have chosen not to couple up or chosen not to have kids or weren't able to because they've the sea is just a different it is. It's totally fills vacuum unless you're yes I mean how how many times do you drive home and I found myself sitting in the car and I'm like I gotta get Outta the car now I gotta like find my then and my energy to go round two right and there's really no space to go internal and think about wow how how okay how how is my day today where what went wrong. You kind of almost have to just kind of internally do that with yourself because we're so isolated we are and we're isolated. I think that our mind Clegg's release skewed data because there are times where I can have the biggest success of my week on a certain day and what is I'm focusing on is how I've chronically disappointed everyone else in my life right. It's like it's like I remember before. I really got a handle on some of these false. Pause I remember feeling this feeling where I would go to bed with the sense. They've chronically disappointed. Most of the people important to me and I hated that feeling of this iconic disappointment like Yom yearly to my soccer game. I'm like well. I did this great thing for somebody else and there just wasn't a way to please everybody s when they hit me. It's Blake. The goal of people pleasing is the problem. I tried to figure out. How can I be more deploys. Everybody and I'm like no no. I got a question like the whole said so. That's exactly so talk about the sources because that's what we're going to end soon so I think that part of the growth that I have really been trended ended dive into in my own life is recognizing when I have thoughts that I learned something wrong. That was like a Eureka moment when someone when told me things that you've actually learned your whole life you some of them are wrong question. Though it's time to question thoughts that you've created about yourself stories stories that you've told yourself and we're GONNA go through several of them in this series for example all or nothing a start with that one. This is a very common common thought distortion that we especially women buy into and what the all or nothing thought distortion is is. It's this thought of like like we have to be perfect. So if we make a mistake we have these values like say. One of our values is we're going to keep a promise to our self about our health. Okay Pam just using health as an example because I don't know a woman there that doesn't try to be healthier and isn't always striving to be healthier and we make this you know kind of all or nothing approach to our health and we say okay. I'm going to be really healthy this week and I'm going to go to the gym five times okay so the line is drawn in the sand usually a very aggressive blind as very aggressive because this is like violent and it's like self violence instead of like. I'M GONNA try and walk once like I Jim five-time terms and so we make this all or nothing in our brain and then we get say we go three days and then things fall apart. We have a child that gets sick. We have a project that all of a sudden our boss throws at us. We have something that comes up. A family member gets ill or something happens. Our car breaks down and it's called life because the reality and we can't get to the gym the fourth day so what do we do instead of giving ourselves compassion. We start going into more negative behaviors well. I haven't gone to the GYM now I. I'm just going to drink a whole bottle of wine giant because I'm not going to get up and go in the morning because I can't so I have broken. Can this promise to myself unrealistic all or nothing and then it feeds this negative loop now. I cannot start again till Monday because I don't know why descript during the week. I have this weird thing. It's like oh well then. We have to wait till Monday and what we also don't recognize is when we break a promise to ourselves about something silly like going to the gym. It has downstream affects other promises so then we see it starts negative feedback loop. Don't trust ourselves. We trust ourselves. We don't believe that we're worthy of keeping promises to ourselves. So then we start are doing other negative behaviors and we just kind of buy into this all or nothing. I mean just this makes sense to you. Know it really it really does and I think that for me this. This is one that came up early in my life that I had to really question. I think everybody needs to tune into when they're stressed tune into what they're thinking because it's it's time to cure rate our own lives and quit just accepting what we're thinking is truth is plays something else somebody gave as an if you believe at grade but choose it in so curate your life and curate your belief so when I turned into this pretty early on it had to do with perfectionism and it had to do with somewhere I got the message that bad for what I did well for being a like not just a good girl but like a perfect girl like I got all a's and I had brothers that maybe that season and when they would bring season dis my parents will be like oh my gosh she didn't get s because they were they love school right and I would bring home all as one B in a corner and it'd be like what happened in social studies and so there's got to be this point where I over rotated on and over functioning where I in other. People may have struggled was something I made sure. I did not other people you know on this heart. I made sure I did got. It got to this point of all or nothing that for me. I didn't even try things. I didn't know I'd be good at and so that took a lot of richness out of my in life where people are like. Why don't you try kayaking and I'm like well. I'm pretty sure I won't be perfect. Ed and so I'm just not gonNA get on that learning curve and so for me all or nothing really sat in then but I still find it in my life like when I'm writing I really want my first draft to be my final draft braids and so so when you write a book you have about twenty people have their eyes on it and they're making suggestions and and for me. It's like fine. I just won't write a book Doc. I've written three. I'm DON WANNA try again right and it's this intolerance of being able to stay with the moment of not being perfect and that's when I get into all or nothing nothing is like I have a low tolerance being less than preference which is total lack of self compassion and I don't know if that makes us both yes and it's interesting because if you saw me eh not giving myself compassion or not giving myself if you saw me falling into this all or nothing mindset as my friend. The first thing you would do is say Sacha Asha like chill out. Take a step back. Look at the objective. Look at yourself objectively here. You're you're being really hard on your sash right like that's how you would talk to me but that's not how we talk to ourselves so true and so for me the way that I am able to kind of break that cycle all or nothing. I love what you said about curing your life. LIFE IS DO I. How does how would side talk to me like. How would my best friend talked to me about this all or nothing? She'd probably I tell me make more realistic goals else for yourself. Don't set five times as your goal to be to go to the gym. Change the way that you are setting goals for yourself to be more realistic and give yourself. An expectation of grace. Grace is so important because self compassion. I get that but a lot of times I want to hold myself. The high sanders incest self compassion comes a little hard. I'm going to just admit it grace to me seems like something everyone deserves like even including me like compassion is like Wolf. I'm too compassionate I myself. I'll get soft and I wanted to like the things I wanted. Achieve like hearing you say that about yourself because you're this lake crazy high achiever and it's so funny to me that you would ever think someday tomorrow. You'RE GONNA wake up and you're gonNA. You're got to become like a beach bob kind of thing. You know what I mean. It's hysterical. My biggest fear is like not having things scheduled with. I'm learning this year about myself when they don't don't have things scheduled because I haven't curated my life and I'm in danger of having these beautiful moments at our place in Mexico. Just really have nothing scheduled. I think I think I've been so violent in my scheduling and my goals because I don't trust myself if I just had like a couple of days off that I wouldn't just like become a complete beach each bomb lake blyth society which again I think that's all or nothing about extremes and when you're in low self when you're in your most primitive part of your brain that part of the brain I call ego to people that follow me. Your Eagle loves either or it loves them all or nothing because it's an unwinnable game in so you don't try anything you just stay say it's like when I first realized this all or nothing thing is that I was in college and there's a lot of aw girls in my mind were just stunningly beautiful and I wasn't one and so I used righteousness as way tonight even have to get vulnerable and be amongst people so I really righteous may twentieth. I'm like well. I came to college not to find a husband. I came to study and help the world and if you look underneath that righteousness which if you're right just in some way I would invite you to do this. You Look Underneath that righteousness. I didn't feel like I majored up to you know some of the female students that were around me that were like pledging sororities is I just made eight up a story like sororities were bad and now all of these people that were in store these I love and it was a great experience for them and I just kind of like I can't be as pretty as them so I'm GonNa draw entirely your bring that to you right and I find that in places in my life what does all or nothing. It's not after the fact I get all or nothing for me is before the fact and it keeps if I'm not careful. It keeps me from doing some brave things so one of the things I've done to overcome it. Is I have given myself to do one brave thing a week. Now I unless this is really different because a lot of people like you set too high goals and you know what give me something to study in the report to right. That's the Boehner bill goal. That's a high goal Volna Bogle. I'm really good at doing what I do. Vulnerable goals and as part of how we met so one of my by brave things to do was reach out to more women. I admire or accept imitations so you might not remember this but you've reached out to like a year ago and I went oh not. GonNa Start that fire like I have plenty of friends. I have to total. I don't mean any more connections the world's so and then this year I just said I'm going to do one brave thing a week and one of the things was when a friend a mutual friend of ours Angela connect us and I'm like that's me and my one brave thing this week and I reached out and then it stayed with it and so that's how I get out of all or nothing is I get myself to one brave thing a week that I'm pretty sure. I won't be very good but I just got to get in the mass so I love. Here's a little afterwards all or nothing might too but a a lot of mine is before and I think that it's the whole concept of perfectionism. That can be so paralyzing. That's what you're describing. This line is screaming and that concept concept is an external concept that we've adopted internally and that's why getting all these limiting beliefs come from but we've got to be really careful because when I immeasurable is usually I'm trying to please somebody else lived by some standards somebody else handed to me and the ultimate freedom is to be able to curate your own life like all or nothing this funny why my first marriage although my husband Awesome Guy Long after twenty years of marriage divorce somebody they said to me. We'll tell me the story like what what may what helped you decide like you would marry him. What helped you decide to say yes right Assegai Truth. I'm thinking he proposed and this is what I didn't even ask me. I went well. He chose me so that's kind of all or nothing. I didn't have a lot of dates in high school or college. I did I ever love relationships. I always felt like kind of the bridesmaid not the bride. I always felt like I was Kinda. The girl people didn't want to date which if you look at my thinking how created that right it's totally inside his Co.. Creating this reality the insulin we started dating is Super Nice Guy and bright and kind and loving. There's no reason not to say yes but it was just funny to me that my real answer to why right said. Yes to being married. I never asked him just like well. He asks in so what I've started to do is really notice what these brave things is. The brave thing I pick is something I wanna do not that. The world expanded and that makes it the most vulnerable because it breaks to rules also it breaks the rule of could be vulnerable in providence and it breaks the other's role that I've adopted which is it. Maybe isn't what I should be doing. Right is kind of naughty to write to do the right okay and I love this because I think this is where women can really help other women break this all or nothing thought process. Because how often do we see someone really struggling with some something but we are too afraid to offer like a word of encouragement and wisdom and I think that we hold back like we can see the reality of the situation. We can see e objectively that this woman is being really hard on herself or maybe she's letting that perfection like stop her from taking a step forward. I mean how many times have you heard. Women say like Oh. I can't go on that because I can't. I don't WanNa put on a swimsuit in front of people I mean. Isn't that crazy. I mean I don't WanNa go on this trip because I don't deserve serve. What they're really saying is like I. I can't go and girls trip because I just don't deserve that time like that's too selfish. I have all these things to do. What they're really saying is they don't see themselves as being worthy taller nothing and and I know for me. There's been times where other women have really kind of come into my life to help me curate my life certainly and to say like you know like you have done this for me. I mean I have leaned on you for wisdom in building my side business about like. Can I do this can can. I do that and you're like well. Why wouldn't you be able to do that but I don't see the possibility and you'd really be been able to give that to me so I think that part of being brave enough is just being brave to kind of share wisdom and kind of help one another as women chances are that woman probably needs to hear some courage and probably needs to hear a little brave bravery is contagious courage is contagious and when we kind of step outside of in our little isolation and are silent and we're like oh. What would she think of me if I encouraged her. I sent her a note encouragement or I asked her. If I can help her to get any in any way like we're we're so afraid women of being criticized for judge that we just hold back. What may be an answer for someone else? Totally or rejected is almost our own own low confidence in. How would we know like a lot of times. We don't encourage others because we're like wow that seems hard. I don't know right. You know a couple of things things that I think are so appropriate. Appreciate this fund annoy affecting your life. You've helped me so much is a lot of times when I am with dear dear friends and they get into this either or all or nothing thinking the most powerful word in the universe in those moments is the the and and the end not to be used like Oh. We really can do it all and we can have it all. It's where is the end. How could we change the question Dan to include and so it's like a lot of people are like why he didn't want to do this or that and I can't do both and the answer is probably you're right. You probably couldn't do both but where's the and in this of what you could do and enjoy that would meet all these needs like where's the end and so I think Anza powerful word if it's not used to pile on and that's exactly where you have helped me. Is You know for for those people that follow me. I'm very busy physician who has loves my academic practice. I also have this. You know my life. Passion is to empower and encourage medicine and you have really helped me question my own kind of curate my life saying well. Why can't what is an what is is doing. Both of those things look review. It doesn't matter that anyone has not done that before you. It's up to you to kind of figure out and curate that path. I think sometimes the best thing we can do for friends is album lowered their standards so I was over the weekend and they are fantastic. Stick maker. They're not a crafter. They're a maker. The stuff they make is unbelievable and she's like. Oh my Gosh my dream is to you know be more online and but I don't really know how to edit in Appalachia the camera setup and I'm like lower your standards just right used use your iphone to like take this thing and throw it out there and just cement teaching her and I'm like and people would like that more because I don't want to watch a tutorial to`real on how to make project. I'll never make that project but I would watch somebody. How was that done so a a lot of times. I think it's we tend because we all have high standards to fall for the yeah. That probably won't work right now but sometimes we need to help oh people lower their standards because as as successful women are standards are not the world standards we took their standards compiled often like a whole `nother level of frosting. Yes we did and it's funny because most of the time what we're actually doing doing is is adding to that all or nothing. We may think that like we're not but if we continue down this line of perfectionism and what we're doing is we're just piling ailing on more responsibilities more roles for us to be win in reality. If we kind of lower the threshold and defining doc allows us to define our own success in a much more obtainable way and it gives us the freedom to kind of pause and pivot which we're going to talk about in the little bit. I bet how good enough I think as friends. It's like if we want to give a distorted thinking and support each other. We had generally call the question. When it comes order. Nothing like forget all or nothing like what's enough and what's progress not perfection which is one of my favorite lines like oh my gosh she went to the gym three times progress and let's move other perfection in and I think my temptation at times is to tell people like oh you should do this like I'm kind of a fixer and I have to remind myself to just help manage the energy of somebody's into why they can't just ask them but how what if you could could make what would be your endgame and like how could you do that given your current reality. It's like I have little kids. Given you have little kids. How could could you do that and I think that brings the and's in without ignoring reality because a lot of pursue our dreams because we think the only way to get our dreams accomplish is to leave reality and we somehow on some level no that realities reality yeah and it's only a dream because it can't happen in reality and I only like the word dream when people like well. My dream is to move into this space and do great work. It's like stop calling it. A dream a dream is we have to fall asleep in the ignore. Ignore our life you know. Have it be something I want a desire a need once. I love that you know that's more like what you were talking about creating your life absolutely and I know this a little bit gender differences. I don't hear a lot of males and again. I know that I don't even like that serial type anymore because genders such a you know we all need to self identify a lot of traditionally serial type that men don't go. I have a Dream Team of opening up. My own business said no male ever women are like oh I have a dream and even that dream doesn't give ourselves permission to actually even want it lake right. You have a dream but I know I can never do it mobile. What do you want different in your life and let's talk about how you can get there yeah and that ties into this all or nothing like well. If I ever achieved my dream then it'll be happy right like that's the end goal goal of all or nothing and it's so interesting because I've I know in my own life. I'm like what if what if this year I was given a diagnosis okay that and I my wife was going to end in six months. What would I do. Would I be happy right now. Would it be in the moment. Would it be happy for what I constantly. Be Thinking this all or or nothing. Why didn't achieve this. This didn't achieve that and you know it's messy. I bet if you were to break down your career and your career path and you know it's very easy for people to look at you and say oh. She has all these things she has everything going for her but it was a messy path aw there right and it was if you if you really judged judge your career based on like this idea of perfection and you look back. You probably wouldn't have met your met your goal. You know what I mean so I think we have to really get in the moment and that's what the beauty of ditching that all or nothing does is that self compassion and grace gives. You allows you to be okay today. So it allows house you on Wednesday night when you're weak falls apart and you can't get to the gym for four and five to go. You know what I just didn't awesome thing. I went to the gym three days this week. It allows not to be in that moment today and be okay with today or taking care of yourself can be exhausted. I'M GONNA go. I'm not I'm choosing Lasko the gym hey we. We don't wait our choices. One is a victim where it's like. Oh I didn't get to the gym today and I got to beat up on myself. It's like no you looked at your life and you chose to go home and relax you know so many times when we look at where people end up and people do this to part of distorted thinking is as they rewrite their own history and so you end up maybe end up as a writer. I'd go back if I'm not careful people impression like Oh yeah when I was young I I I just always knew I wanted to be a writer like people fill in their whole history and Mary Catherine Bateson. WHO's a wonderful anthropologist Margaret Mead starter. Dr It creates an starter. She wrote this old. She wrote this book. I wasn't old when she wrote it. I love it. I read it every few years called composing life and what she says has and she points out that many many successful people they have a melody in their life like I did always think sufferings pretty see people in pain and and I'm just wondering are they just believing their own thinking like it doesn't seem real to me. They have a melody but their whole life is spent composing harmonies for that. That melody comes out in different ways like if you just imagine you're composing this beautiful piece of music called life. You have that melody revisited and it gets stronger. There's different rates in movements but it's just a red thread. It's not a straight path and I think that's what we could bring a lot of Grayson's charlize and get more talents for it's just it's messy and when I get into nothing. Just maybe think about embracing the mouse that it's an illusion. I think that this straight path is allusion to think that I can always or never be doing something for me. I would just call it. I do myself talk as I go. You know what I'm really making myself supper. I'm GONNA be joined the human race and so that's what I do and I'm like ooh cy. Wakeman woman has left. The human race has become ethic and godlike. which are my expectations like? I'm just going to be joined the human race because it's less lonely there is less lonely link to us in your life and just be like girl. I'm tired and I'm scared and and I'm going to do this anyway and if it fails at least I'll have my same three refunds I had when I started this. I love this so basically what you and I have summarized is when we find ourselves in that thought distortion of all or nothing to the first thing is just identified it. G- understand that that's what what is it. We're coming from a place in Ego. Get Your Eagles playing right now. If you don't question that you will suffer and the second thing is to really embrace self compassion or grace whichever one speaks to you more we also talked about setting very realistic goals for yourself and also being not friend if you see another woman's struggling being brave enough to reach out and maybe guide her back to and and setting realistic goals sharing your wisdom and then trading your life which I love I love how you describe that that's so powerful curate in your life incubating it with with a focus on how I could given my reality because that is just a dream ignoring elderly and saying someday I will and the challenges tragedy the all or nothing. Is that your your perfectionism will keep you safe but it will keep you from experimenting and and we'll keep you from the information that will give you a nod towards what you could do next and a Lotta people sit back and think about what they could do next but this all or nothing keeps obsess out of playing with something long enough and being curious long enough and being in the mess long enough to really understand more about what we're called old to do in this world. I love the eleven so all or nothing folks check yourself. Check your girlfriend's. Let's help each other. They get out of our perfectionism. This is the no ego podcasts where we did the drama and entitlement and transform your world place time sign Wakeman.

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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 2

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 2

"Week eleven in the NFL. Got started last night in Seattle. The Seahawks beat the Packers twenty seven to twenty four. And Roger we talked about it a minute ago. But I'm telling you right now. One of those two teams is going to be a part of the Rams postseason life that the Rams are gonna have to beat the Seahawks for a third time. Or the Rams are gonna have to beat the Packers for a second time. One of those two teams is going to get into the playoffs. What worries you more a scary quarterback or a scary coach slash team slash attitude. The second thing the Aaron Rodgers is of hall of Famer day, you need to tell you what he is. Everybody knows what. Aaron Rodgers fact of the matter is the Seahawks did a good job against him yesterday that the Rams did a good job. This idea that the the Rams escaped the Green Bay game because time Montgomery did some stupid. He did do something stupid. But that's not the reason they won the game the one the game because they over four quarters. They beat Aaron Rodgers scored on a more. And they stop them few times when they needed to. And that was that. But the Seahawks what they haven't covered against them all season. No in both game. Have come down to the last possession, more or less and Russell Wilson is scary. I despise. Russell Wilson's deal. But he's a really really good football player. And if we do have the face and no becoming in on rhythm having played a playoff game prior. And the Rams if they have things revved up will be resting guys. Well, they won't rest them too much because I got to try and get home filled with the saints. But you got you got what I'm saying? It'll be coming off a bye week. At least it's hard to face a team. Like that in rhythm. I wonder if Sean McVeigh kinda would reconsider the whole resting guys. Then we saw what he did last year at the end of the line with San Francisco. The Rams went into that first round playoff game against Atlanta. They didn't look right now. Maybe it had nothing to do with resting his players, but he did rest they came out. They didn't look sharp. You wonder if he does the same thing or he just says, you know? What he did? Right. Tony Dungy get criticized for that. He does need with it, and they got one. So we'll get one. All right next game, Monday night football right here in Los and the chiefs. The winner comes out of this game as the co favor to win the Super Bowl don't they along with New Orleans who right now because they don't they don't play anybody for a while the winner of this one though goes right alongside New Orleans. I think is the team to beat going into the postseason. Yeah. Would say that's correct in you you in Kyushu ahead a debate yesterday in which offense was scary. You still think it's the Rams offenses idea? I do I think just because the chiefs with that up to with Kelsey Travis Kelsey up the middle threat as well as the outside and though the gadget plays. I still think they're a little more dangerous. And I it's going to come down to a turnover man it's gonna turn over and not necessarily a punt. But a turnover is going to switch his game up and shift everything I know that it's not in Tonio Brown or green or a name like that Julio Jones. But the loss of Cooper Cup is a big deal for the ram that was their Travis Kelsey. Yeah. That is their guy that plays that he's not a tight end. What he he runs those tied in routes. He makes those tight end type catches they're gonna miss him. Josh Reynolds is a nice replacement. Sean McVay just set it a minute ago that he has proven he can be a starting player in this league. Or does Sean McVay say that? But in the interview that we just Sean jor cash and Travis. Yeah. The chiefs on the past six matchups between these two Haney believe at Travis is it going to be seven website or yawn? Got more cutting my friend keep going next game. Regatta the bears the Vikings and NFC north match up. That's the Sunday night game. It's in Chicago. It will be cold. The Vikings are no longer a cold weather team. They're a dome team right now. I I'm still not convinced that the bears are any good. I know that they've won three in a row. I know Mitch Trubisky has been much better than he has been in early part of his career earlier he still in the early part of his career. But I I'm not I still think that the Vikings are decidedly better team than the Chicago Bears paper. But the Vikings defense, let's face it. They've been down. You saw what the Rams it evens arounds weren't the only ones but the bears I do like Mitch they got trae burden. They got tied in they have choline in Howard. They have a, you know, the the thunder and lightning tack with their running metric Peyton no not that. They don't have that. No. He's not there. The defense would Khalil Mack. I was forced turnovers. If you watch I watch these. Games with the bears and that defense causes havoc. Man. I think they are a good team. Now, the Vikings are getting healthy cook is back. He's finally going to be at full go. Digs is Polly practicing. Fully it's been awhile since he's done it. You have feeling on the other side whose typically, you know, I like to statistics. According to pro football, focus has been the most effective running receiver in the league. But I kind of like two beers, especially at home and at low scrappy their home that makes a big difference. But I'll tell you this would matters a lot more for the Vikings and the bears can lose this game and still be in first place. The Vikings win this game and the kind of solidify their position as the second team in from that division, or at least division championship. They can separate themselves with Minnesota are skews me with Green Bay with a win in that traffic. Vikings lead the all-time series sixty fifty one in two. He went through the whole he looked to offer you with all the newspapers and did all that math on his own buying the bears are playing a Sunday night game this week. They're also can play Sunday when they play the Rams that one got flex out of that ten AM spot into the Sunday night football game coming up all night freezing in sarisi Soldier Field next game the saints and the eagles the eagles season. Basically is on the line. They lose that one. That's basically a rap for Philadelphia. The saints. I have kind of solidified themselves as the best team in football at this point in the season. They can put the final bullet in the eagles season. Let me ask you this vanilla ice. I'm gonna say some names here. Vanilla. No, not I serve a lot. Yeah. Eagles. They'll have in common. Oh, yeah. I do that one hit wonders there, you go, sir. Mix a lot had a second one. He did posses Broadway's actually my favorite song. But to you people. It's only I like big bucks. I mean, so, you know, but he thought that my own Broadway was better. But anyway, the eagles I guess Super Bowl hangover, Israel man, people were talking about it in in. Obviously the eagles played lash. What was their thing? They had the underdog. Remember they were in a dog mass. They were the underdogs head the chip on their shoulder. They would approve y'all especially once Carson Wentz went down. We I didn't think they had a chance. No, one did Markle far member was saying he didn't think they had a chance and this year, all that's gone. So now, they're just the team in the NFC east again. And I think that's Wagner is gone. If you watch them play Keyshawn his Senate repeatedly the eagles got hot at the exact right time. And it's weird football isn't like baseball where you get in. You have a chance usually the best teams in football end up in the Super Bowl or near it. I don't know if the eagles were that this might be the exception that proves the rule that they're they're not a team that feels like they're gonna go back over and over and over. Him, but they have to win or they're done. They're out the NFC, east sucks too. So they do win. They're still got a heartbeat. Ca Dallas is still alive. Philly can still be alive. But the saints can finish them off any question that the saints of the best team in the league right now. In the whole entire league. According to Vegas. They are tied with the Rams you alluded to earlier they're both eleven to four odds. Not for me on both sides of the ball. Give it to the saints next lately. Sates become the thirteen and NFL is Trie score forty plus points in five of its first nine-game knowledge. I just pulled that out of nowhere through together. Ran a program. All right here in Los Angeles chargers and the Broncos the chargers a two loss team at this point in the season. Or do we not care about the chargers? And when I say we I mean, both the people in LA and NFL fans in general because they're the second team in town. That's still kind of finding its way back to the NFL. Or is it because we've seen the chargers before? And we know that they're going to do some stupid descru- this up at the end. I think this is different charger team for one ever trendy pick coming into season, we alluded. We talked about that on this show a lot like they were the team watch out for the chargers, usually they're ravaged by injuries right to have them. Both still hasn't played suffer region. Maybe if he doesn't practice days not going to play, but he could come back. But this time I think is because usually they're the team that starts off slow like two in four three and six. Yeah. And they make a run this time. It's different drivers this time. They do have only two losses. I think it's going to be a little different this year. I think they're they're a team. Like, you say the Seahawks in the NFC like there, the charges are someone. I wouldn't if I was a big AFC team in playoff difference is is with the Seahawks. They feel scary. Because Russell Wilson. I know Philip rivers is really really good. Are you scared of the have the ball with ninety seconds ago? And they gotta feel scared. That's where the real part archers haven't. I'm not scared. I understand what you're saying. Rivers doesn't have that magic like that. But hall of Famer know Forever's. Yeah. Okay. You think so? Gosh. I mean, I again, I look at passing stats, and I don't look at them and saying like, I do another quarterback era. So I think the hall of very good, but I don't necessarily nine. Yeah. I think I think it's not it's it's more than the you need, you know, rookie wide backer, Bradley for the Broncos. We all pass action pass four games. That's pretty good. Hold on. He leads NFL rookies. This is big. Okay. With eight sacks. Ooh. Pretty good. Yeah. Yeah. Anything else? That's one more game. Let's sit look at the Cowboys and. One because of your Cowboys. And this is another game where both of these teams are barely holding on the falcons, probably less. So after their loss last week, but the falcons and the Cowboys in and land of the winner at least can pretend that they have a chance to lose his out. I mean that's face. It's going to get high ratings, you know, Tinos into Super Bowl couple years ago. And of course, I hate the label but America's team, but I it's a game. It can go either way. I mean, you get you want him to lose don't you? I wanted to lose more when we had a damn first round pig. But I still want to get a new coat so yeah, I don't want. I don't want to win division just to get boat race by you know, in the playoffs, and then somehow Jason Garrett stays around. So yes, answer your question. I want the cobbler. That means they'll win the falcons on the last three in the in the batch there between the Cowboys and the falcons and Sunday referee and Mercedes Benz stadium. We'll be crazy stat. Ooh. Going to be a lot of holding. So if you know crates work in the top ten in the legal procedures delay. He calls a facemask penalty watch for that. Because that's going to be interesting. The way he grips his wrist as he fully down for the race mass Craig is well, no that's actually the holding penalty. No. Do this whole jerus- coating like I said, the whole thing is going to be something to watch. I want to know where you go online to find out who's gonna fish eight the game. I thought they just kind of show up on Sunday, and we figured out. All right. The warriors got smoked last night against the rockets. But that's actually really good news for the Lakers. Explain it that the Saint Saint elmo's fire something happy. How dare you insult this Clapton? Yeah. No, no. They'll she. Oh. And connect it. Happy birthday Martin score says he there you go seventy six years old. He that's gone. I would miss that. If you just put the. The rip of Layla that the goodfellas when everybody gets iced. Everyone gets and also he's flipping. Yeah. Yeah. The by the way, the worst guy in this whole all the guys are getting killed. Would be George the guy hanging in the metro. Yeah. That was that was the guy with kind the Perm looking I got to run into Johnny roast beef. If you remember him, I ran into him dinner at Saturday night at Raoult's in Hollywood. And he's kind of the host. And you know, he's all connected still he was the one that came in with the with his wife had the coat the Cote. Yeah. And Robert deniro said take it back. Mark easy favorite Martin Scorsese movie this one goodfellas grill. Yeah. Casino casino for you like casino more than Goodfellow take so watch because it's got more to pottery. It really goes to at the end. Ugh. Oh, good fellows. The the reason. I like goodfellas more than casino casino. I'd like to lot because see too much of the Sharon Stone storyline in it. I want more of the mob stuff the stuff where they're getting after it from that end of it. But I've had sharing type in my life, you probably, but you you weren't the the Robert you're more that James would character. And this. More than Nikki. I think I'm more Santo. Yeah. No happy birthday margin. But you're the golf pro I like Google like what? Moving we'll know Scorsese Hugo in English. I didn't know where he was going. But that out, okay. There's somebody better. Anyway is brought to you by Jaguar Land Rover Newport Beach off the Seventy-three towards the visit Land Rover Newport Beach dot com. That's Land Rover above and beyond birthday noble Wall Street fans in there. I love of Wall Street. Yeah. Never thought. And the department has other. Oh, you know what? Judy my answer you put that. Yeah. I like I like the part above casino yell at me to deployed change to depart casino. A Wall Street's great too. It is good. It is good. So the rockets blow out the warriors last night, and they beat one oh, seven eighty six. But that's by far the least interesting part of what's happening you go back to beginning of the week when Kevin Durant was here in LA. They're playing the clippers and the moment at the end of the game where Draymond green gets a rebound and time is expiring, and he just puts his head down and starts driving to the basket. And Kevin Durant over there. Clapping his hands. Ask him for the ball. And it doesn't work Draymond ends up turning over the warriors into losing the game. And they have a pretty heated exchange on the sidelines afterwards, including where if we're reading Kevin Durant lips correctly. He says something along the lines of. That's why I'm out of here. That's why I'm leaving or something like that. And he's he that's by the way, the crux of all of this. Kevin Durant is a has an opt out at the end of this year. If he wants to opt out he can go become an unrestricted free agent and start looking around the warriors. Understandably or worried that he's going to go somewhere else. They that. Kevin Durant has from the moment. He got to go statesman two things. Awesome in really sensitive about how we got there in the first place. He he's been to time finals MVP. He's played incredible basketball, and he's been sensitive to every single criticism. That's been directed at him about why he's there in the first place. So you put those two things together and him leaving is not an I still think it's really unlikely. But it's not impossible. You think unlikely I think it's unlikely. Well because Michael said when we talked to Michael Thompson yesterday. He's why would anybody leave situation where if he stays in clay stays they could win another three or four what you've just said because he's that sensitive. I think he does hear the outside. No. So people like me to me. He did not his star didn't by going there. He did not further him being started me. Like, I always thought he was a star thought. He was great player. I wanted to see him win get over that. That's what I think players that. That's for me. I'm not saying everyone thinks that way. They didn't they won without him. You see the stats when he's not there when Curry's there there are better team still than when Curry's there, and he's there. Yes. His stardom. Didn't give me hired didn't grow to me by being there. And I think he hears that. And I think he wants to prove star. Clearly, what you just described he hears it. And it bothers him. I happen to not agree with what you're saying, Raj. Like, I think that him going to his career. He gets to decide he's a two time champion, he's a two-time finals MVP. That's that's on his resume forever. And I don't think any less of him for going there. It's his decision. I wish he wouldn't have for the simple fact that I think the NBA's more interesting if it's very best players kind of sprinkled throughout the league, but him and dream on getting into it. And the warriors response to that the worse response to immediately suspend rain on for a game tells you that they are worried about him leaving because here's Kevin Durant after the game last night. He was asked about where he is his relationship with Draymond green. This does not sound like a guy. That's made nice with everybody and his happy where he is listen to this. Here. XP about that. Don't ask me about that. Again, you say ax Matt well, see if I do that sounds weird. That if I do that that doesn't sound right. He don't ask. Don't don't ask me that again? Yeah. Right. He's really really this is why the warriors responded as quickly as they did the reason that you respond really quickly to something because Steve Kerr has kind of been in the middle of the Steve Kerr hasn't taken aside in this the wears very quickly picked aside and the side was we're going to have Kevin Durant side. We're going to suspend drain on because they know that that dude. Kevin Durant can get himself to a place where he does things that are unorthodox. He went joined the team the knocked him out. This is Stephen as talked about as well any chance that they trade him prior to the I can't imagine like he was saying for instance, like Boston if they gave him Jalen, and they Tatum something like that. And to get Durant. Like, if you're if you're Golden State and your. For the future still. That's not bad. It's not bad. But the here's the one thing the wears having. They're going to do everything they can to keep Kevin Durant, but they can say to themselves even if they lose one more shot with Katie this year. Okay. Win another chip probably that's three in a row for the last five. And even if he leaves at that point, you've still got the most important guy. You just said it Steph curry, you still got him and Thomson and green the very proven that. That's good enough to win a champion thirty yet. But he's not he's a team does not feel like they're aging out. What's going to happen to that team is if this goes down not going to be age, it's dry focal here kind of down by me, Carlsbad Edward Edward? You're on the morning show with Travis Raj. Chris. Hi. That dog econ- was for stupid intendo came on ninety four. You get that. Yes. So what you're saying? Basically what you're saying that I was right. When it comes to the Donkey Kong thing. Now, you're wrong. You can put in ten fifty four came out for. No, no, no, no one's listening to college. Knowledge. Nobody's listening Edward dominant educate everybody here. Listen to. I'm talking about the original arcade version of the game. Yeah. Okay. But that wasn't the song for it. Now. It's Donkey Kong Country seems on your playing right. Yeah. Right fighting what people Travis. Yeah. This right here is from the console game. Right. Yeah. Not the I was telling when you said it when we were celebrating, Mr. Mia motos birthday. I thought that we were talking about the original Donkey Kong console as you're dead and run down. I think I think you at work see John Edward America. Istan caress. Why the show of the people even though we don't have much of a show today. But I think it's pretty good. No. It's a good show of the cast isn't the cast income to work. Well, today different. Are you really? So you're still salary even though we got through it. Thank you. We are the show the people. Call knowledge Casey Joyner the football site every single Friday joins us to get you ready for your fantasy football lineup week. Eleven is coming up Casey Joyner is gonna join us next. Get in with your phone calls. Eight seven seven seven ten ESPN eight seven seven seven three seven seven six case Joyner next. Yeah. We're going deep this. The funeral version of Donkey Kong. No, you'll know what? This is no see Casey join her nose. Casey, do you know what this is? I do it rings a bell. But I can't play for its from. It's the legend Zelda. No, our playing this Casey. No, do you know why we're playing it? We're playing it because it is the great. Me a motos birthday. He designed this don't you legend Zelda Donkey Kong, KC, whom I starting. It's it's such a I mean, congress great him is l l awesome. It's mystified his birthday to. So. That's that's good bringing birthday knowledge. Absolutely Casey joined the football scientists joining us right now joins us every single Friday to get you ready for your fantasy football weekend. And apparently he's got deep video game knowledge as well. I'm impressed, Casey. I'm not gonna lie. Hey VIN played them for forty years now so going back to old school. Let me ask you this before we start going to the phone calls. If you want to get in and ask you see question. Eight seven seven seven ten ESPN. You can also send one along on Twitter at Travis. Rodgers at Raj. Groves you can fall Casey on Twitter as well at Casey Joyner T F S we've been talking about it all week who's got a better offense. The Rams of the chiefs who's got a better fantasy offense. If you took the aggregate of the chiefs in the aggregate of the Rams who's got the better fantasy offense had the ranch fantasy adventures because you've got more players who are making impacts and you've got Mahomes doing well, by the way when the last three weeks though, Gerry Goffin outscored Patrick Mahomes fantasy. So the Rams could get a win. There. You've got girly in hot I Gourley better than not. And the chiefs really only had the one why she they've got hill and walk and just kinda hit or miss for the Rams they've had three until Cup dot hurt cell. I know the chiefs have Kelsey either. You just got a couple of. Rams naked on the bed fantasy often. Let's say you had Cup on your team. Obviously, he's unavailable now with the injury that he had his a player available that maybe you could go they'd maybe not a lot of people have picked up to try and fill that void Josh Reynolds. He scored a couple touchdowns couple of weeks ago. I don't think he's going to occupy the same ROY up. I think they're going to do to this past week and going to shift more of those targets cut head of cook. But Reynolds or somebody who he does start talking about that roll down the stretch somebody if I'm if I've got a spot in the roster, and I cannot stash them for the playoffs. I'm definitely doing it. Let's try our first phone call with Casey Joyner, Casey Joyner TFF's ESPN senior NFL fantasy football insider. Let's start in Rancho with Joseph Joseph, you're on with Casey Joyner. What's going on? A quick question. I have very and I have Leo Jones with book. My receivers are jokes on my questions. We should I start start Matt Ryan or tearing off on Monday nights. Of call. I would probably go with Ryan only because when I'm looking at the ranch. Chiefs matchup I start to look at their defenses and both defenses are very weak against the run. And I think the teams are going to run the ball more. And people think they are. I think it's going to be the quarterback still going to very well. But Ryan he's gonna be throwing the ball a lot against that of that Dallas defense. So I've got him rated lightly higher quarterback rankings such without any SPN dot com. Any has been fantasy app? Montebello is our next stop. And Vincent, Vincent. You're on. With the football. Scientists Casey Joyner. Hey morning. Attack or Philip rivers. Acker Philip looking at the charts. Again, I've rivers rated higher. The Denver defense hasn't been as good against the pass this year's to have impasse Eason's. And the chartered blocking has been fantastic run blocking Ampass balking in top five past five week grades Duke. Mine ESPN dot com fantasy blocking review. So I think we're going to be a top ten quarterback this weekend and Dak he's just a little to rely on the run. And I notice the Atlanta defense and things, but I think we're running about mortgage Atlanta, and they all throw going rivers. Casey. Who do I start here? Need one out of three movie casino, the departed or goodfellas out goodfellas any you have to goodfellas yet to go Scorsese and my kid, and I believe out they seen that scene out of a goodfellas were is the do you think that things we could still say that to cracking? It's funny. How like a clown funny clown to couple of QB questions from the Twitter verse of luck or rivers this week leper, rivers luck. And you Napa past five weeks has the best offensive line in the NFL. Sorry, no sacks given up. Right. You affect last four games. Your exact he reacts last four games. I think they have a only like it past pressurized phenomenally low. They're run blocking fantastic. And I just in Tennessee by the Tennessee run defense ranks first in my own Bucknell, run even grades. So the past week. So I think the colts are going to say we're not gonna tax that match. We're gonna go get air. Getting these guys I got lucky to third overall. So perhaps bench MAC as well. Another one with Dak getting Amari Cooper. Should I start him over Matt Ryan? Of course, they're playing each other this week. I would have to go with with Ryan because Ryan's been a haven for three hundred thirty plus yards and seven of his past eight games. I if you took that if he'd be leading MVP contender and fantasy if it weren't for homes and girly. So I just as well as he's playing, and I know deck, Scott Moran Amari has been fantastic. Find I think he's going to be a top twenty quarterback artemisia this week. He's pushing towards getting one status of at least volume wise, and I think he's going to be there. So I gotta go because you get more target. Let's go back to the phones for questions case joined the football. Scientists getting ready for week eleven in your fantasy leagues. Let's try Matteo in orange Matteo you're on with Casey. I too so. I do Bree or Cam Newton. Camden. I've cabinet rated second on the quarterback board this year this week breeze ranked six Philadelphia's defense has been terrible the past. But I just think the Carolina office more Newton Centric than the saints want to be brief Centric. They want to be more run Centric. So I go Newton in that one. Try another one Oxnard this time and Ryan Ryan, you're on Casey Joyner the football scientist. Hey, I got a question with the quarterbacks with with Ryan, Patrick or what? That's a tough one because the Shawn's been a he's obviously capable of doing big things, but their offense of Linus so bad shots. Texans. Just got terrible passbook Atlanta Watson's succeeding in spite of that fits a love match up against the giants. I think they're going to be about ten he had forwarded last week. It's the fourth time he's done it this year. I think it five, but he's gonna do better than he did last week because they're going to be able to turn those yards into points. I'm going eight seven seven seven ten ESPN. If you got a question for Casey Joyner like Victor in L A, Victor, you're on with Casey. Your d-, Jack or Thomas flex. QBR? Standard. Thank you. I'm going. I'm going to Jack's Demaria says he's not occupying the same sort of oracle the dejection divas in so consistent this year believe he has seven double digit point games and PR leagues and even his standard league production. He's been very consistent. Thomas is just I don't trust that Houston quite as much show. And I think t- Jack's is gonna vertical passes the recipe or to 'cause nowadays got fits and van under Senate. He's gonna he's going to be seeing more the long pass versus Lincoln dot com. Jack, Casey joined the full scientist ESPN senior NFL physical insider getting ready for week eleven of your fantasy football matchups Costa Mesa this time and Jonathan Jonathan you're on Casey. Yeah. Love you guys. Josh Reynolds or Michael craftsy flexes in PBR. Catch tough call 'cause Crabtree is going to have looks like Bob Griffin. The third might be might be Lamar Jackson. He's gonna have a new quarterback. So I don't like to new quarterbacks, and I know Reynolds again, two touchdowns couple of SCO. Don't think he's going to get those same volume of targets, but he's still in the highest powered offense in the NFL. So I'm going Reynold. Rajini more Twitter. Yes. This is from the nineties here can only start one case you welcome. You're welcome. I'm gonna hang up on the caller start. What? Sega Genesis or Nintendo. Always sega. Genesis cats Madden games. Played better on there. Yeah. So mortal Kombat remember that they didn't they didn't have that on intendo because it was too gory. So yes. Right. Yeah. We all we all know that people don't like to play gory video games. Good decision. Intendo? Casey Joyner ESPN senior fantasy football insider at Casey Joyner T F S. And as I've said before you might get lucky on Twitter Casey will answer your questions, even after we're done with the segment. So you can find him on there as well. Casey. As always, thanks. You got him. I was a I was a Sega Genesis. I was never a huge video game guy. But I did have a Sega. That was a that. Was there was some good stuff there? Yeah. I had to say because they had the hockey game as well. Yeah. Really to steal. It was called NHL was the really the ninety four ninety three. I liked the best play with the Chicago Blackhawks Jeremy Roenick guys really smashed people. But what else mashes people? The Rams ticket giveaway baby. That's what we got. We got tickets to the Rams. That's right. The game of the year. Listen every hour doing our show for your chance to see the Rams versa cheese is on Monday night at because the Khao shorts and do that little game show. I don't do that. All right. The Kalo in Rams are gonna look for their tenth win of the season. So here's how you can win. How tell us which Martin Scorsese Trump's rights works was travis's would movie from him was Travis to you got a chance. Okay. Well, the w chance to win go. You're caller ten at eight seven seven seven ten ESPN. That's eight seven seven seven ten three seven six and you'll be in the stands at Kalo trap like possible Super Bowl you keep listening because we got more digital Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Her calls, it the college doesn't. He does. Yeah. You can just tell one of those guys those calls it the call former player calls it the color. Overly with be on the pre game show thirty on Monday, Monday when you're in morning drive and after noon draw that's right in morning drive. The next day as a lot of work ram Laden. The Rams have good news coming on the front. I'm not one of them. And I'm gonna fight like hell to keep both those gigs. The reds have good news on the defensive front. According to one of their defensive players who it is next. Travis everyone can call down now. Thank you. This is everybody happy now. Yeah. I was happy before this right here. This is when Donkey Kong would jump up and down and make the medal bend. Everyone likes it when they jump up and down like that Donkey Kong. Yeah. That's it. We're playing this game. Right. Yeah. That's a good day means that he's gone to the next right level in super trailing jump up in the castle. And that's what I remember. That's right and jump on top of the mushroom. This is for the great showed good ill me a multiple birthdays happy. He's six years old. I think you said Meera motto San's first name different every single time. You know depends where you are. You know is regional yes. Sometimes you hear in the background. That's outed like one Steve may. So that is that is Macy's. Lynnwood show is that the midday madman midday madness at what time do you guys kick that every noon every? Steve Mason and John hosting Bill Monday, double duty you're coming in early today. I only for the morning show big morning show guy. He has said recently fan he wasn't a fan before. But he has said recently now, we are favourite show is that true. You're that you are this is your favorite show now than before. And now it is it was not before for years. I bagged in the morning show. And then I got here the Sodano show. And I said man, I love them. Now, I or I love George is a compliment. But it clearly is not that it's more of a subtraction issue. George's Lee Mason Ireland post game show. Because we used to be called. Show. I think the show sounds good. What do you even need Keyshawn Elsie for? I think the sons this better. Yeah. Why not? Why not? Yeah. Chris Krizan Raja sign of actually won't there's Dr they're all in. Yeah. I told Raj said yesterday that it's his goal for me to produce him at some point while he hosts, but I told him he'd get less. Mike time if you were in here, right? He's he's on the Mike nonstop. Hey here buddy, your producers hosting game video shows. Greg Bergman's exactly he's doing the the LA Lakers, raw or whatever it is multi-platform. He's on instrument, Allan. Dodgers doing Lakers to these Rajai aren't doing videos, not on Twitter. So you know, what is I don't understand what that means? Go. Just don't try to put any additional meaning that all right? Marcus Peters has been the guy Mace the his been the least up until they got gashed by the Seahawks of two hundred eighty some yards on the ground Peters was the guy that got be badly in the New Orleans game. Keep to leave says that he's going to be okay. He's good MP's. Good. What do they say? It's a marathon. It's a sprint. He's good. He's perfectly fine. That's just part of playing DB. I only know one DB's per del time that was prime. Are they good because it sure doesn't feel good? It feels going into Monday night's game against the chiefs that they're gonna have to score forty points to win that game. I think look I mean the over under. It's what sixty four four. Yeah. I mean, I'm going over on that thing. I I love the over. I think both teams are going to score it's going to be a boat race. I think Marcus Peters, regardless of what to leave says, our listener what Marcus Peter says if you look at the pro football, focus numbers, he's exactly half as good. Good as he was last year in terms of pro football, focus grades. So you know, maybe it is the injury that he suffered. I think what was that week too. His ankle same gain. I think that Talita back about I'm looking forward to getting back. I heard either December second or December nine well. You would have thought that coming into this at least for me coming into the season. If you said to me who's gonna have a greater impact defensively to leave or Peter's. Yeah. I think it would pick Peter's that Peters was the guy that not that you weren't excited to have to leave. But the Peters was the guy's gonna make interceptions a bunch of things until he was just solid guy or. Or I don't. I have a question for the midday bad Nichols. Out of a hundred and eleven I'm big fan of pro football, focus well out of a hundred and eleven Cornerbacks. Where do you think they have Marcus Peters ranked eleven one? Oh, one close to being one six one. Oh, six credit? Oh, yeah. What repairing paying? I didn't know there was one hundred six cornerback. By the way, think about that. That is crazy lot of black folks. He is he is taking. Don't be. Just gonna. Off you a come into their don't listen to. There win are people going to come back and be a cornerback conversation. Seahorn a come on see orange, the only one that you've got a couple of running backs, you got McCaffrey. Now. St. Jason, what is the Jackie Robinson? Mcaffrey is the Jackie Robinson of college football. He finally broke the running back color line Jason earns the only white cornerback. I can think. Yeah. I can't think of another one. Yeah. Let's keep you has to get. Set what the Super Bowl with one time and Keyshawn said anybody anytime you hear somebody's very athletic or the Atlanta Falcons, very athletic defense and easy way to say that thorough black on black. Yeah. They're they're not schematic strategic zone that other one. Ms that gets used but go back to the defense for Mace talking about Monday night, it feels almost like a tennis game in the sense that it's not about how many games you win. When you're serving you win the match based on how many breaks you get right in the Rams or the chiefs this applies for both them. They're not gonna win the game. Because they score touchdowns. Every time they touch it. They're gonna win the game because their defense gets a break of serve just enough. It's going to be how many of a three and out. But do you get a turnover that the other has stopped? Sack on down that the other team doesn't get you make them punt. That's it. I mean, really and can you make them punt? Can you get them in situation? And I think the one thing I like about this matchup for the Ramseys. You look what they were able to do to start the second half of the Norlin game that the stretch where they scored I think it was fifteen straight points in the second half eighteen straight points overall. I thought they figured something out defensively at the start of that second half. And if you look at the Seattle game, I think they pressured then this is ESPN stats and information they pressured Russell Wilson got pressure on him sixty six percent of his dropbacks, which is an extraordinary number. Those are the two things they need to they need to flush Mahomes out of the out of the pocket. And then find a way to contain them on the edge. You know, what it goes back even further than that? You're right. You're exactly right that they've been able to do but they've been doing it all season long. We'll go back even further. Get you ready for Monday night. We'll talk about the stops in. How typically come about will do is in Keyshawn Elza? Travis mace.

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Hour 2: Time to Break Up the Clippers?

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Hour 2: Time to Break Up the Clippers?

"This is the Max Kellerman. Show television show on ESPN radio. Max Kellerman show ESPN radio ESPN news the ESPN APP and Sirius Xm Channel Eighty and on your smart speaker eighty eight, say ESPN eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six, the Max. Kellerman show is presented by progressive insurance. Now Raj. Were at the top of the hour and I'm supposed to lead with the big stories right Each Other. And the can this team win I think they're going to have to make a move I think they're going to have to pack spare-parts spiritual sequels anyone not named. Kawhi or Paul George for a guy like drew holiday because you need a guy who under pressure can be Kawais crime partner. Or? Client, George Paul George both got arrested. Try that try and that little any both not. What else we got for this segment. First of all NBA all first team. Hasn't been announced. WanNa. Get into that. We have Casey Joyner, the football scientist joining us on the Shell Pennzoil performance line. I want to go over my draft. King picks draft kings, picks with him the stuff. Lot to talk about. The bengals tonight. Can't, wait the battle. Of the garbage. Teams. Hey, got affiliates in Ohio. It's not that. They know it what they don't know listen if you're a bengals fan, you're like, all right. We have a cheap bad owner, but we have a at quarterback and if you're a browns fan, my heart goes out to browns fans like no other families you have to understand the browns lost their franchise. The dog pound is such a real. A grassroots in astroturf grass roots is like a real campaign from the bottom up the people. ASTROTURF is when a corporation comes in and tries to kind of by tries to market a campaign as though it's grassroots right the dog pounds not astroturf. The dog pound is grassroots. That's real. Those Cleveland fans and the dog pound was so upset when they lost their franchise that they actually worked and were instrumental in getting a browns franchise, I mean, you're right. It's not the same franchise but getting the expansion franchise to be called the browse, they got to keep the history and everything. That fan base is rabid and deserves a winner and they haven't gotten one in so long but they know. That that's a dumpster fire. People don't know that it's not brainwaves. Many. Breaking news right anyway. Anyway. So there's a lot to get into but I've been saying I'M GONNA. Get to the calls I like talking to the callers. Let let me amend that sometimes I don't like them so much but I like taking calls. And I'll tell you primarily why it's easier. Let the audience to half the work for you. What am I work smart? Kirk and Texas you're on the Max Kellerman show ESPN radio. Kirk. expired. Thought. I was talking to a blue whale or something you hear those sounds move. Jason, in Chicago you're on the Max Kellerman show ESPN radio. Next Kellerman. I'm doing just fine. To. He's You know he's a choke artists to game seven. Line and that's what would you call that a choke artists or would you say that was a choke because Kawhi has come up huge in any number of playoff games? I. Don't think you can call the choke artist choke artist in Artiste is like James Harden Nets. Ma Chef's kiss. That's a choke artist peyton manning the first half of his career choke artists right? A Rod for Awhile and baseball that was a choke artist for a while. You're a great enough player given enough opportunity. You're gonNA have some good moments to. Has not been a choke artist. Why has been a very clutch player who choked big time in game seven? Do you see the difference? Kirk that wasn't Kurkin Texas who was that? There was someone Chicago. See The difference and it was Jason in Chicago. All well, there's a reason I don't get the calls a lot of the time. That's why. I thought I was going to be able to sail through most of this segment. Raj. Have tricking the audience into doing half the work for me. Yeah I think they're onto it mandate they didn't believe you're going to go to but you know you kept saying go you gotTa Have Ethan Backs, I'll get to you. Cornell sounds like a good guy to go to easing. Carnell let's see if you're any better car now go ahead. Surprisingly you would think Roger would know that he's not actually ready to come on yet. So. Here's the NBA all first team. All right final work. I think Roger's doing this purposely just to get me to work fed a long day Raj final work. All NBA team. Now Cornell's ready GonNa wait now all NBA team. Backcourt Lucas, dodge and James Harden. This is a regular season award but for my purposes, all include the playoffs, right? Because High Leverage Games in the NBA count for everything. The regular season counts for nothing I'm there now regular system mean anything. The only point in the regular season is because sixteen out of thirty teams make it over fifty percent is to get ready for the playoffs. If you want to argue that the clippers tr- didn't respect the regular season enough. And therefore, they thought they could just turn it on in the playoffs. You're not arguing that the regular season matters and the clipper ship think it matters. You're arguing that they didn't use the regular season properly and paid for it in the playoffs. Regular seasons entertaining I. Love watching NBA Basketball but. When you talk about the best players in the game if you're just limiting it to regular season, that's it's a joke a joke. So these awards are largely jokes now, usually therefore, I will have a big difference between the all NBA first team that that gets posted and the actual one the actual was mine. That's the real one. So I in the backcourt Luca Dodge and James. Harden. They got that right? Because steph curry wasn't playing this year at because James Harden. I thought look he didn't have a great playoffs. When they lost, they needed more from him. He didn't look like you wanted it at the end of some games, but he had a very good one. And I can't say that James Harden choked in these playoffs and therefore shouldn't be this list and then the regular season clearly, he deserves the and Luca is a beast and when I said before the playoffs started, I'd take Luca over harden. I know hard actually as a defender now too, and that's not look at all but. Luca you knew going in there some dudes you just you smell it on him that dude is. Like money on the line type player and he showed it, Lucas, showed it. got. The back court. Right. The two forwards are the freak. And Lebron James Now. I would normally be sitting here like if this was last year saying. I'm not trying to hear that the frequent, the regular season, MVP and Lebron all this because I was expecting. Kawai. To beat Lebron on the way to beating the freak of the finals freaked and get to the finals. And Lebron's waiting in the western conference finals and quiet choked Kuwait can't be on the offers team because during the regular season, he also doesn't do as much as the freak or Lebron quite. He's like a little quarter step behind them. So the playoffs are especially important. Because that's really where he made his bones. That's really whereas reputation is based. Be as a fantastic two way player but he doesn't have the court vision in the passing of the freak or the King Right? Neither one of those although his passing has gotten better but it's not like those guys and his regular season numbers just generally are not what those guys are on offense defense. He defensively, he's at least as good or better. Certainly over his career, he's been better but the freak is a real defender. Lebron James has been at different times in his career including this season two. So jaanus and Lebron both deserve the forward position. Nods for first team all NBA and it's center. AD deserves it to. He's been a beast in these playoffs and during the regular season, he's the best big. If you WANNA call him like whether or not you call him a four or five, he's a he's a rim defending score. What's that? It's a five. So they. Got It. Right. You See. Raj, after my whole preface about how they always get this wrong in mind is the real list in fact, they I'm saying they got it right? That's the twist. That's the comic twist Raj at the end of this whole thing you see you get it now. See, how clever that is of me. That's I don't think they WANNA, you calling them out on I take or anything. So I think they sat down in a room and they said, how would Max this list together? Obviously, they listened to their and listen to the radio shows since we've started nursing this Max, would pick they know about you. But. You're missing the whole thing. It was misdirection classroom direction. I made you think I was GONNA disagree with the list but then the reveal the punchline at the end is that I agree with the list yeah. That's why I wouldn't put it on if you agreed. Isn't that entertaining? Football Scientists Casey joyner joins US ON THE SHELL PENNZOIL PERFORMANCE LINE KC Are you. There I'm here. So I have some questions for you. There football questions. So you are, and you are a scientist of football after all so you should be able to answer them. Okay. panic button. Do we hit the panic button? On the following players. Okay. I'm GonNa give you a name and you tell me if we to hit the panic button or not. Okay. Okay. Dak Prescott. Absolutely not rams defense is as good as there is in the league or maybe in the top five in the league and this week got land coming up in Atlanta has the worst events in the League in Utah Russell. Wilson thirty points against them. Now, I'm absolutely not give up in BRESCA. Odell Beckham Junior. He, his vertical numbers had been subpar. Blessed and they should be for him for a while now and when you start, what's that little Tom Jackson saying once an accident twice as a trend three times a fact. Beckham now, three times where he's now showing what I used to be is not what I am now. So yeah, I would definitely be. Hitting. The panic button there because I just don't think that he and Baker Mayfield are on the same page is that a deterioration and Odell talent or skill or preparation or is that a bad situation? Do you think? I think it's just a bad situation. A lot of people don't respond well, go into Cleveland and I believe he's one of those players and just out he he had a certain they used them in a certain way in new. York, and they're just not quite using this way you look at that and not often. So they can go landry. They've got other quality targets and he's just not the focal point of their offense and that sets up the to that. If he was as good as he wasn't New York physically they'd be centering that in Toronto and they're not So Jordan run on on ESPN DOT COM had an interesting article a couple of weeks ago about how Saquon Barkley is poised to have two, thousand, five, hundred yards from scrimmage. This year he runs into a ferocious dealers defense where they're sending it seems all eleven every play it saquon and he can't get anything done on the ground. Now he faces the Chicago Defense Vaunted Chicago defense. saquon Barkley. SAQUON Barkley I would agree with that twenty, five, hundred yard assessment coming into the season but they going up against Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh as the most talented defensive league, and here's the thing about barks. that. All running backs I've been doing this metric club good blocking yard for temp for over a decade now, and it measures how productive ball carriers are whenever you get an equality run blocking. The League average is usually run eight yards. The top backs would get ten yards Barkley head over ten yards per carry the bucking temperatures rookie season. But whenever backs don't get quality run blocking, it doesn't matter who they are. The can look at any back over the past fifteen years and even historically holds up that if you don't get quality balking, you're getting maybe two yards per carry. He got horrific blocking on. Monday night. So that's why he played poorly and people start saying well, Geez I can't I don't trust barks I I'm in Montana sleeper somebody actually traded him for not dimes. Quarters on the dollar and it's like, I, can't believe these people are doing this. The steelers defense is that good and Barkley is still good and he has one bad before yet you absolutely don't have panic button on him and Mike Thomas committed to stopping the all eleven it like every guy on the team was like focused on and so this is very interesting. Let me tell you some terrible corporate speak right now. I am sure you've heard this casey they'll say things like I hate like efforting we're efforting you mean you're making an effort using effort as a verb act stop it. There's a lot of terrible sports lingo like that. Incorporating one of them is you're having a learn. You're having a learn, but I think I just had a learn just now because that's what I suspected. If you don't have run blocking, what difference does it make if you he carried the touch the ball to carry it on fifteen times. He was contacted in the backfield eleven of those fifteen carries. So Casey if you're getting tackled as soon as you touch the ball in the Backfield, that's not a tackle, that's a sack. He got sacked a sacked the running back fifteen times. Of course, you can't get anything done but is that an issue of sending extra guys and selling out to stop saquon and the talent on that team teaching all these guys Make a fitzpatrick, all these guys on that whole defense or. Is. I. Know You can say it's both but or is it really something to be concerned about the giants run blocking because this offensive line's driven me crazy for ten years now where that's the way the giants have always one was you know bill parcells hogs up upfront, and then later on that kind of shock and all line where the giants wanted seven and eleven with ally. One at all against the Patriots. Let's linger on that for second one at all against the Patriots. So good to watch that unfold the second time anyway I lost myself second the point is since then they can't get the all line right and it's not like they haven't invested in it not only in treasure but in draft picks what is going on can they run block or is that just the steelers game plan and talent worked? At. One point said that no matter. If he wanted to going into a game plan, they said if I want to, you can say all you want about me about. Anything you want about prime personality, this that and the other said, but WANNA stop you're rushing attack I can do it said the I I know I can do I have ways to do it and I, it doesn't matter what person I have a defense I can do it. We can just keep guys in the box you get seven we'll put you get eight. We'll put nine will be well, we'll decide we're going to one gap and just get right up field like the eagles do all the time an eagles defense isn't what it was last year replaced. Seven starters and they still they still have Washington three or fewer yards per carry on twenty six carries last week and those are Washington only got eighteen yard. Those curious. If you decide, you want to stop the run gave you can't, and now I say this when it comes to the Bachan backs, Jim finks Hall of fame General Manager when he was the Joe Major Chicago, he's talk about Walter Payton and one time he said Walter we as good as I run blocking this year and I'm thinking this is Jim thanks guys obviously knows what he's talking about personnel. Wise. This is Walter. Payton. Arguably the the greatest running back in NFL history. Doesn't affect history yeah. Yeah. He says doesn't matter however good his run blocking is this how good he's going to be if he thinks that applies to Walter, it applies to anybody. All right. See we're having another learn. Isn't that a terrible thing to say why would anyone ever say you're having learned hockey? You can't just say you'll learn something. But yeah. Yes. Yes. Just got smarter about this. Appreciate that Casey join our. Okay. Panic patients with Jared Goff. It depends on I mean if you're looking at it from, you know fantasy managed should be very panicked about the guy. Wouldn't be not many of them have him on the roster but from from from roster perspective, liberal they've got a running attack now they got brown and the ability get acres backup. The run blocking was very good last week. So better than what it has been in recent years because they've been kind of struggling there Ban Jefferson three the fact that he can Josh Reynolds four, bike a at that offense. Played a very good Dallas team and you know and got the win on a low scoring game. I'M NOT WORRIED ABOUT A. From that perspective I'd be worried about golf when it's another big game like it wasn't that Super Bowl and say, hey, plays there. But as far as from a weekly perspective, he's doing exactly what they want to do. So I'm not too concerned about no all right now. Tom Brady was his grit and determination was questioned by his coach. You have that Kellerman guy on I take talking about the cliff in his decline You. He is highly highly motivated and he has weapons everywhere you look and he's playing a panther secondary. That's the youngest in the League, and their best player is hurt and a couple of players in the defensive front seven or hurt. I am going to take Tom Brady I think in draft kings this week is he a qb one and fantasy this week absolutely is I cannot understand why people are thinking differently. He was only four tenths of a point away from being a qb one on a twelve team league last week. Anyway he think about he has the two picks he's. Not playing particularly. Well, brock is playing himself in the game shape Evans's her I mean he's got all these issues on offense. He's playing a very strong saints team on the road and he's still twenty point four points now he's GonNa. Get Carolina and in defense that gave up three touchdowns Josh Jacobson their secondary's you said, there's a Bisbal I I'm looking at this going I see easily twenty point celebrate this weekend I can easily see thirty out of him if this scenario works out right. So if you're getting that type of production if people are undervaluing who he is absolutely at. Dr King's in fantasy football I would want him in a lineup overall but just a couple of quarterbacks if who are those couple quarterback. So the usual suspects, Mahomes, Lamar Russell, Wilson? Probably very to yeah they'll. Highly, another one, right okay. So Finally. Emmanuel Sanders if there's no Michael Thomas. Do you take sanders because he gets more looks or is there too much defensive attention on sanders to take them fantasy this week. I I've got them ranked seventy, the my starts at board. They've got him a upside grade is a low tier. Why does she want if things go? Well so I think he's GonNa get the by the saints want to be a running team. They don't want drew brees throwing the ball six, hundred times I'm fifty they'd rather him the ball five, hundred tonnes. That's why they built everything about their offense around the idea being to pound the football I think they'll do the against the raiders and so I just don't think they get the all that. Much a person who's GONNA probably benefit the most to be cook because the raiders are not very good at covering tight ends and I think cook will get probably double digit targets and I think sanders will be while there but they don't trust Trae Kwan Smith enough to where sanders doesn't have to be the focal point of the passing game. The problem with bringing you on to talk about this is Roger hearing the same thing that you're hearing and we're in the same league I need to get a hypnotist in here to a race Roger Memory. I don't like that they Raj don't take Cook. Now you're going to do everything that Casey join tells you to do get a mind of your own already because I'm taking cook. That's Casey. Joyner Ladies and Gentlemen at Casey, Joyner T. F. S. what does it stand for the football scientists at Casey joyner. S Casey appreciate you coming on as always. We got a game to a game to for the Celtics. Raj The raptors and now he's correcting it to the heat. Is this a must win for the Celtics. Now Gordon Hayward. This heat team is virtue been virtually unbeatable. This these plans would have one loss. During the conference finals. With a single loss. What today the two, thousand, Lakers all the. Is this a must win for the Celtics. I'll tell you what kind of game it is for Boston. It's time for some straight talk you know what a full court press in is in basketball right full defensive coverage with no holes. Well, that's kind of coverage you'll get with straight talk wireless it runs on America's best networks same as big carriers for a lot less just forty five bucks a month gets the unlimited plan with twenty five gigs of high speed data then two G. for up to. Fifty percent less. than. The big carriers no contract. Full court coverage fifty percent less. Straight talk wireless no contract no compromise savings may vary see terms and conditions at straighttalk dot com. Heat Celtics talk next Kellerman show. ESPN radio. Coming up Friday a huge game two in the eastern. conference. Finals. Is it already a must whimper to Celtics plus the West finals of ready to start Qissan Jay Williams Zubin Friday six eastern ESPN radio ESPN news. Capitol one knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why we created Ainhoa the capital one assistant that looks out for surprise credit card charges like over tipping, duplicate charges or potential fraud then sends an alert to your phone and helps if you need to fix them another way capital one is watching out for your money when you're not capital on what's in your Wallet See Kaplan Dot Com for details. The Max Kellerman show on ESPN radio ESPN news the ESPN APP and Sirius Xm Channel Eighty and on your smart Speaker Eight, eight, eight, say Espn Eight, eight, eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six, the Max Kellerman shows presented by progressive insurance guests join us on the Shell Pennzoil performance line. You know what? I'm not even going to get to what I teased right away Raj because I had not shown the callers that I'm actually going to take calls or the audience know but. Call it. What do you what he called what? You said it wasn't a must win, but you're going to tell us what kind of wind just on keesing that. I'm not going to tell you that yet taking a call first and let me tell you something. When when I take calls Raj it lightens the load some tricking the audience if the doing half the work. Stop It. Already I get paid the same either way but I get the audience instead of me. Brilliant. S.. T.. G. SHORTS IN LA you're on the Max Kellerman. Show ESPN radio. Show smack but I wanted to say whenever Stephen a proves you wrong like with Kurai even though I don't agree with. You always make this face like your kid cut stealing from a candy jar. Blue Steel looks like duck face bikes. Yes. You're healthy. What's about? I'm a handsome man what do you want from me? Okay. I'm a slick with this rare disease whereas I get older I get more handsome. What can I tell you? I'm not giving a look. It's just you're noticing that I'm a handsome man. That's all. I my hottest analysis. Okay, this is what I was GONNA say on. And I'M GONNA get more calls to Raj. Don't think that's the only one. It's not a must win for the Celtics. It's a damn good idea. Win for the Celtics tonight because look a must win are they they're down to beat the heat even though they believe what ten in one or something nine, hundred, ten, and one in. Ten one in these playoffs so far. That's a daunting task, but it can be done. The Celtics play very good defense. They can shoot it and they'd be down to without Gordon Hayward and they get Gordon Hayward back. And the flip side is the Celtics win. It's a knotted series, and if you're the heat all the sudden you're looking at it like damn they didn't have hayward and were knotted up like it's just a it's just a best of five series now. That's like that's like the heat not taking advantage of the Celtics. So I know it's a zero-sum game anyway, but especially in a game. In a game to tonight I just a damn good idea for the Celtics to win not a must win but not only with the heat be up to. But then the Celtics have to reintegrate Gordon Hayward into the starting lineup and he does a lot of good things where you know he has passing helps the starting lineup. He can play defense and he can get his points in transition and doesn't you don't have to call it like you don't have to take the ball out of Jason Tatum hands or anything like that. To get hayward involved. But still you're integrating a pretty big piece which sometimes take a game or two to get that going and before you blinked the series is over right So it's not a Muslim, but it's a damn good idea to win. Mo in San Diego, you're on the Max Kellerman show ESPN. Sorry radio ESPN radio said La because I used to do maximum ourselves in ESPN good. Correct and and and I've talked to you on Max and Marcellus been a while it's good to see the here you back on on on on U S So I've been watching watching show listening to you and Stephen Go back and forth about the clippers. First of all Stephen a needs he needs to stop because he was one of the main culprit talking about the clippers and all of the dogs they got and how they line up and how they're so tough and when I look at the Clippers lineup, right? That's right. Can you believe he said all those things about the clippers go ahead? No doubt about it and he's and he's barking at you when he when he had some of the same things and I, the Lakers from the beginning go ahead. So I looked at their coaching I looked at their lineup I. don't see this this this loaded team that everyone else sees when break the player down I just don't see what everyone thought and make them. So investment I get the whole thing with the wings and how they can do it but look at their team and I look at some of the positions. Okay. Number One Who the ball distributor, who that's the issue. That's the issue the issue is and it's not Reggie Jackson. The issue is that that look at the Bulls team from the late eighties, early nineties, right the Jordan teams because they really ran the offense through Jordan and pippen all they really needed next Jordan was was a physically strong guard who could defend and shoot the three right and so they could big Ron Harper or whether it's bj Armstrong or Steve Kerr would ever like they weren't they were nominally the point guard but they weren't. Really the point guard but as good as he is, he's not Michael Jordan and Paul George is not Scottie Pippen and so that may not work for this team I understood the thinking Patrick. Beverley. FITS THE DEC- fits the bill but I, agree with you they need a guy who can attack off the dribble better than Patrick Beverley and who can really rely on to be that second star to comply because that ain't Paul George crunch time I think that's drew holiday but if you go MANTRAS. Harrell's a good power forward the he can't mess with Yokich course not but he's a good power forward Lou. Williams a hell of a six man if you want to break it down, you said you WANNA go position by position zoo boxers a good starting center. He's a good quality starting center none of them are stars, but they're Nice complimentary pieces around Kawai and Paul George if Paul George would show up in the playoffs. Eric Reid. Is He being blackballed by the NFL and if he is, what would it take to get them white bald last taken next to Max. Kellerman show is presented by Progressive Insurance AAH progressive. They're making things even easier. They'll help you bundle your home and car insurance together. So you can save on both learn more at progresive dot com or one eight, hundred progressive. Coming up Friday is week two. In the NFL. A must win already for the browns and we get our second look at top peak borough keyshawn. Jay Williams Zubin Friday six eastern ESPN radio. ESPN. The Max Kellerman show on ESPN RADIO ESPN news, the ESPN APP and Siriusxm Channel Eighty, and on your smart speaker, you can reach eight, say Espn Eight, eight, eight, seven, two, nine, three, seven, seven, six, although Raja's anything to say about it. Trying to keep you from this show because he wants to do all the work checkout espn audio at home by telling Alexa to play news from. ESPN. ESPN. Audio at home is brought to you by Mercedes Benz Vans, driver Mercedes, Benz van, and find out how far an extra mile really goes from customization in service to financial assistance Reseda Ben's vans are ready for anything. You heard I shake. Good to hear your voice filing. takeout. down. Here matches last. Eric Reed doesn't have a job in the NFL right now. Neither is calling Kabir Nick. And read and capper nick called out the NFL for using of capper. Nick Re. Kneeling. As propaganda for the? League. Which is Obnoxious. and. Shows you how disingenuous about all of this the NFL has been About this goodell mea culpa. Oh, I didn't realize. We should have done better. We should have listened to the players. The NFL is now. Turning. Kapernick kneeling and not having a job kind of martyring him. And also sort of. Saying that it redounds to their. Credit to their benefit right that they that they. Capture Nick. Doesn't have a job in the NFL that he's being martyred. Look. At this we're showing you were for the struggle. We're we're with you capture nick forget but you're the ones that won't give them a job. and. When it's capper Nick, you can say credibly at this point. Well, look. At the time that he's stopped being employed by the NFL, we don't think he was a starting quarterback anymore at least the thirty two teams didn't, and maybe he wanted he wouldn't take a backup job and it turned out he said, no no, I'll take a backup job. And they won't give them even a look. Like maybe Kapernick is at this point not even one of the best sixty, four quarterbacks in the world. I doubt. That's true. But maybe. But how would the league if they never even gave him a look? Well, they tried to arrange your workout and that workout was designed with a waiver for him to sign. Or sorry. Yeah. For for the waiver for him to sign, it was not the standard one. That players signed for workouts. And the fear from capper people was that. It wave. Liability. Right that that. Capper Nick couldn't would leave legal rights going forward in order to get that workout Kapernick wasn't going to do that I think smartly. At any rate? How would anyone even know what capper nick has left if they won't even look at them right. But as I said at least with capper Nick, they could claim things like well, he's The quarterback and for a backup quarterback that's a lot of hassle and there's so much national attention. There's not so much national attention on Eric Reed and furthermore he's not like is he a backup is the starter Eric Reid is one of the better defenders in the league. He might not be the best safety or one of the five best safety in the League is strong safeties in the league, but he's really good. It's not just a number of tackles. If you sharp analytics, they have a stat like tackles above expected right in other words just like runs produced above expected or All, these kind of advanced metrics in different sports. This one is given the personnel groupings giving the alignment. How many tackles? Would you expect gap responsible? How many run gap responsible? How many tackles? Would you expect this guy to have? It's not just the Eric ries among league leaders tackles. It's tackles above what you'd expect them to have in other words even when you dig deeper, he's good. And he doesn't have a job. Why does he have a job? Because, he stands up for his own rights with the NFL because he speaks truth to power. Why doesn't he have a job? How many? Black NFL owners there are zero. Now by the way. You can have several black NFL owners and if they're billionaires. They may view it as a Labor ownership dispute. Right. They didn't get to be. Billionaires because they're not smart. In terms of their own businesses and they may see the bottom line just like white owners but maybe they wouldn't see it exactly like white owners when it comes to issues that affect race, we don't know. I suspect that could be the case I think most of us do, but we don't know that for sure. There's no way to test it when there's not even a single African American owner in the NFL and the reason there isn't a single African American owner in the NFL is because there is a. There are far fewer black billionaires than white billionaires in this country, and of course, the reason for that is not because. African American people are somehow intrinsically inferior making money. I mean maybe you do believe that if you're racist. Know? It's because of the original sin of slavery in this country. And everything since then. Slavery Reconstruction Jim Crow, and ongoing systemic racism. That's the reason that you don't have a diverse ownership or diversity at the ownership level in the NFL. And also the reason maybe. Or certainly it's reasonable to think that that's the a contributing factor. To the fact that capture nick doesn't have a job and now Eric Reed doesn't even have a job offer and here's what's really problematic about that. Sports. Is Maybe the most is the closest thing we have to a meritocracy. In this country. Sports like if you hit the curve ball. Doesn't matter who your daddy is or how much money they give you as a bonus before they knew you couldn't hit a curve ball. You Ain't played in the majors not for long you may get more chances than others but not for long and by the way if you can hit the curve ball. You'll be in the majors a time. If you can't. Play. You can't play if you can. You can. It doesn't matter what race it doesn't matter where you come from who your parents are. If you can play, you can play its meritocratic and what this does this this atrocious behavior at the NFL ownership level. As what is it retribution toward Eric read for St Speaking Truth to power. Is Undermining. Love best about sports. Is that it's based on the merit who's better. And is a real problem I'm going to be talking more about this in the days to come in the meantime. and. Good for Eric, Reed for speaking truth to power. Not stay in your place not shut up and dribble speak truth to power eric read. Tuesday, night football and Celtics Tonight Soga genego junior coming up right now ESPN radio. 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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 2

"Six of the NFL got underway last night, the illegals. All. Exactly thirty four to thirty like got a fork in his back at this point. It's what times the game on Sunday nece practice was real tough yesterday. We saquon Barkley is really, really good. He's really, really, and that was a terrible pick. If you pick? Yeah, because they have a quarterback in, they're not going to get one as we've discussed multiple times in the past Travis. The draft is one of many ways in which you can acquire QB. The issue isn't that they drafted saquon Barkley the issues. They didn't address the quarterback position. He could have made a tray. They could have gotten a free agent. Kirk cousins was out there Washington trade if Smith. So you could have done any Bridgewater teddy Bridgewater. You could have done something that QB training is one of many issue or many ways that they opt to not to go. Let's start with. Came that sound looking at the patriots are hosting the chiefs chiefs along Ramsey only unbeaten team in the AFC. They go on the road to take on the patriots. Well, all the news has been about, of course, pressure Mahomes four consecutive games, three hundred yards of passing the franchise record shocking considering they had alad Smith, not too long ago. That was a joke. Like that. I know that you're gonna find a way to talk about Alex Smith that I was going to happen twice to anyway. You know, I want the kids to perform well, but history says, these are the kind of gains the patriots takes your heart out. Remind everyone. We're still the patriots and I typically a Seymour turnover. Patrick Mahomes anticipating the defense ears back. And even though he's very mobile and historically the team, the patriots had trouble guess mobile QB's they got that dude. Yes, he'll Bella check. Yes, they do. And this is the this is all descriptive the patriots for the last several years. And that is the beginning of the year you're like, is this the year? Is this the year doesn't look right? Tom Brady doesn't look right that Bill bell checks lost a step and then you look up and it's Pala wean and they're the best team in the AFC. They win games like this that maybe could go either way. And then all of a sudden they win. They're the best team in the conference. But if the chiefs go in and somehow manages to win and patch Mahomes plays, well, then all of a sudden now I think that's a real question because even though it appears the pitchers of turn this thing around the fact is they just beat up on. Indiana in the apples. All right. You're gonna be doing that pigs on. Take back to pick skin the Bengals you show up to work. You would know best team in the AFC Bengals aren't more in one record. They're hosting the Steelers and an opportunity for the Bengals that if they win this game, they put the Steelers further in their rear view mirror. They go to five and one on top of that north, the Bengals can kind of do what the Rams have done in the in the NFC west and create a ton of distance. Very early in the season is so hard for me to believe in the Bengals. I don't care what the record is. I'm happy for Marvin Lewis. They got a good win against Miami last week, twenty seven to seventeen Miami. We thought was a good team, but then you look who Miami's beating you realize the on a good team. The Steelers have gone back and forth, obviously with the drama have going to Levy on bail, but it just feel like this is the kind of games. The Steelers, very much like the patriots reassert themselves and brings to -bility back into the NFL. The Steelers are very similar, like you said to the patriots where you look up. It's like, wait, I thought they sucked this year and their own their nine three or whatever it is. I know they got a. Hi in there, but no Levy on bell. And it just does feel like the Steelers and I could very easily regret this in a month. It does feel like the Steelers might be at that point where Rothlisberger a little bit different. A b. is still very good, but not getting the ball is much. We'll see. I don't not by the Pangalos either. They miss maybe on Bill. There's no doubt about and they can do all the rod. They want about his replacement. The fact is you can't replace a guy, gets that many yards from scrimmage, you just. Who would have ever thought l z that the chargers going to Cleveland could be not only an NFL game, but the good NFL game. The Browns are are weird team there had or not winning a ton, but they're in every single game. The chargers, a lot of people are calling them a great team fact matter matters there three and two, their two losses or to combine teams that are ten in, oh, remember the Vegas has essentially a pick them pay only have the charges favored by point fake chargers with a half point charges. Pretty darn good. Yeah, yeah, of course. As you as you mentioned, the only two losses came against teams that are undefeated, but there's something about Baker Mayfield and the energy that the offense is now demonstrating some science balls leaves his hands and there's a zip and accuracy to it, and you look and you go see what drew Brees is talking about z. y. drew Brees says he has a potential to be better than him only because these starting as a rookie with such a good setting, whereas drew Brees his career didn't start off. For now, do you see what I was talking about with a year ago today? I think I, I started telling you who would be the first pick in the in the NFL draft because once I saw that hit ban on the sidelines, once I saw him, I told you guys, it was going to be Baker Mayfield. You all laughed at me. Do you see what I'm saying now? Yeah. Can I throw some cold water on all this for second for Cleveland? Yeah, Baker Mayfield is good. Okay. Baker Mayfield does have the electricity that you're talking about. Baker Mayfield Raj does have the traits that you just described ahead and you said him in headband. I know your team headband. I just throw this out as possibility did. It was been so terrible for so long in Cleveland that anything even remotely resembling competency to apologize, Tim couch, right now, moly resembling difference. Is all my look at this Baker Mayfield could be okay, but it looks like the second coming of drew Brees because we've had a Kili Smith in Tim, how for twenty years, I am going to make this boat prediction. And as we know, my bo- predictions are about fifty fifty. That if the Cleveland Browns find themselves in the playoff conversation or heaven forbid, they actually make the playoffs is gonna be Baker Mayfield and not Petra Mahomes is going to be offensive rookie year. Well, Mahomes isn't a rookie so he can't win where he looks as. To ten seconds. Lucky are the next one I keep forgetting. He played last year starting. Forget you play last year. You know, I knew that was because I made to to. The Rams take the other perfect record. India fell. The only five, no, Mark in the NFC they go to the Broncos it's supposed to be cold. It could be snowing. The Broncos are what exactly l. z their record is two and three when they certainly don't feel like a very good team, whether a three game losing streak. That's part of the reason why injured in a great rookie year. I know you think he played last year, but he didn't play. Made us notice coffee up. That was. You're not covered in Starbucks. Well, done. Housi- will. I'm happy for case in case, obviously a really good year last year with Minnesota. He's on a somewhat of a home here in Denver, but they're just not a very good football team right now. Not offensively, not offensive Lii and. This is a difficult element though for our Los Angeles Rams not only because of this, but just because the mile high and reputation, they are usually better at home to Broncos will listen. They're better at home, but you know who's great on the road, the Rams lost once and you can really point to one quarter of that one law dropped fumble fumble at the goal line. Kuper Cup who is worth actually a rookie last year. Rookie beaten out knowledge, the Rams tree of receivers. Do you know their first receivers to have four hundred yards at this point in a season ever done? I mean there until the injuries last week, those three guys were separated by to catches all. There's like twenty six, twenty six and twenty four. Did they spread the ball around like crazy speaking of receiving court? You do realize that they dropped thirty plus points in our brand cooked and catch a single. I know thirty some points and number one option didn't even catch a pan here. Here's the part about the Rams that I think we talk about the patriots and the Steelers phone to this. We feel like that we're looking for a reason that the Rams aren't as good as they keep telling us they are what they need to go to Seattle and win. They need to play in the cold. And beat a team like Minnesota on Thursday night. They need to play this team. The fact of the matters. They could just be a lot better than everybody because so far they have been, they just need to do one more thing for me before I'm a believer. They just need to go. And then I'm on board. That's it. That's the raiders the Seahawks they are in London. Jon Gruden was throwing shade of Pete Carroll after he threw a goal on interceptions called a play that led to a goal on interception Pete Carroll. If you remember anything about his interactions with Jim Harbaugh is pretty vindictive guy would be surprised if he's looking to do some work, not on the raiders necessarily, but on Jon Gruden specifically, listen, I understand that a lot of raiders fans in the house that the raiders have a deep rich history here in LA that I want Seattle to whip that ass. I want them to whoop that ass like they like they stole something. I'm sick and tired as we call him. Johnny boy throwing darts at everybody else. And now you actually have the nerve to try and throw a dart at Pete Carroll in Seattle Seahawks. You're struggling with the capacity every week to my how you don't have a pass rush, and we're just supposed to go along to get along. I hope they whooped that ass. So bad. You turn it off by the second quarter. Last game. Football, the forty Niners at the Packers. This is happy because Aaron Rodgers was back in. He was he was talking about, he doesn't wanna put that big brace on again. Apparently his knees given them trouble all over. Only reason that we talk about the Packers at all is because Rogers and if he's hob, that's a bad team outside of this may be the last we talk about them is Binny bad team outside of him for a number of years. He's so good that he's just a multitude of their sins. And when we look back his career, Travis is going to be with Asterix because he could have and should have one more. If that dude was in New England, New England might be looking at their fifth consecutive Super Bowl victory as opposed to the run they've had with Tom Brady, no shed against Tom Brady, even Tom Brady says, he looks at an Raj and go guys way more talented. No, he can make every throw he can do everything. I think there's a difference between should have and could have could have absolutely have. I don't know if Tom Brady or anyone else could have done much more with the talented. They have in Green Bay that Aaron Rodgers that roster is at best average. It's just they have number twelve changes everything. Yeah. And you know, last week. I mean they are two. Two in one should be three one in. One, we look how bad the kicking game was for them. Obviously. That won't be an issue going for because historically, he's been really good kicker for them. I don't that following them to the season, but this game. But on top of that, it's it's the forty Niners without Jimmy j. yet they won't. You won't get that close. Yeah, the dodgers they're finally back at it. Again. They're taking on the red hot Milwaukee Brewers, Clayton Kershaw is he still salty going into game one. We'll talk about it next. Yes, so proud of Hugo's still happy for you, but so started chant here. When did the dodgers last played a month and a half ago. A minute feels like it. It has been a man, you know, I was supposed to take my friend. Michelle with me under shell will be in here in about half an hour. By the way, I'm going to confront her once again, find her yesterday. I'm gonna. She's now going to ditch me. Yes, you can ask her about that ticket floating around. It just might be, are you interested in? What was that Sunday Monday, Monday. I'm taking off from work. We're on at six o'clock in the morning. Here. Wait, I'm prepared. We're, we're on a six AM. I got beat traffic. Like your style. Let's type of conversation. Dodgers go tonight house. You'll want to let the game. Brewers are gonna throw out GIO Gonzalez who the dodgers have had some success against who has not pitched a while, and it's the debate, but GIO Gonzales going to be fresh because he hasn't pitched in nearly three weeks or as GIO Gonzalez gonna be rusty because he hasn't pitched in three weeks and the dodgers need to jump on him and get some runs off him because as we well know the strength of the brewers lies in that middle to back into the pen. And if you go into the fourth fifth, sixth inning, and you're trailing the brewers, they lock it down. I think they've only lost two games all season where they were ahead going into the seventh inning. Why hasn't he pitched? Because if any other guys? So was it really just about matchups yet? Because he pitched pretty well when September? Well, yeah, yet five starts ER as you know, well, under three since the trae from Washington nationals, he's been pretty pretty good for the brewers. And so the my question is, why hasn't he pitched? Is it in a worthy trying to save them for the postseason were the two weeks. I'm really. Heard what, what exactly was the rationale? Because as much as we joke about Kershaw being passes prime, we're not sitting him for three weeks with them out in Seattle. Ready. Armstrong enough now he's he's lights out once every three weeks you could say watch to. Exactly. So I'm just curious if he's coming off anything that was physically ailing him and not just about, you know, making sure that the rotation was perfect. Air is no word that it was a physical thing, just a match up thing and not his turn thing and the fact that they went through their their series as quickly as they did. They went through the brewers pop, pop pop. They were never in. He might have been the fourth guy and and they just never got to it. I think you're gonna get a couple of different things here. Number one is the fact that it's game. One is slightly less important than it is in a five game series and slightly less important than it was in the division series because the dodgers are on the road, you kind of expected to not win that opener on the road. But I think I think what's going to be really interesting to see how the brewers look Elsie in those first four, five innings because this is brand new for them. They the playing against the Rockies is cute. Playing against the Rockies in division series is cute. You got the games at home and you got your up on him. It wasn't a tight series. It was about as easy of route to get to the championship series is you're gonna. Find Rockies are a wildcard team, whatever this is the dodgers. This is Clayton Kershaw. This isn't a lineup that comes in one through eight guys that can hit the ball out of the ballpark and every single one of those guys with the exception of max Muncie air to and Machado. But they're both also. Car's been through this before. This is brand new for the brewers. If they got those big is in the first four or five innings. I think that's a big vans for the dodgers. Yeah, absolutely. But there's also the risk of free swing game because you're not supposed to be here yet. There's risk of free sprinting because you don't know any better. So this thing can go either way you could be an upstart that just have a magical run into the World Series, or you can be holy crap. If we win win the World Series, the dodgers holy crap. They're really good, holy crap. What are we doing here? I don't think it's going to be the ladder. I do think it can be free swinging because it's sort of like, hey, we're playing with house money here. They're the ones with all the pressure on them and they're right. We're the ones with all the pressure on why? Because I gained one starter may walk all the president has why? Because we've won six consecutive division titles and we don't have a Chit to show for it. We lost in game seven of the World Series game seven World Series. Our payroll is still top three. There's a lot of reasons why all the pressure's on us despite the. Fact that we're on the road and technically, I guess we're the underdog because of Dave Roberts, said, quote, I can firmly say that if we don't wanna championship, we didn't accomplish our goal. That's pressure. That's pressure. Yeah. Whereas the Burs can say, I confirm, say, if we don't win and championship, that's where we thought we were headed schedule. What do we good. Gonzales pitch five shutout innings in a regular season. Finale that sent brewers to gain one sixty three. He's used to big moment. He's pitching the post. He's one of the few guys on that team that has experience. He's got experience and since he's as we talked about before since he's left the the woeful Washington nationals and gone to the brewers, he's been pretty good this. So while he hasn't pitched in a while and we're like going, what are you doing? His ERA postseason other great. Is about how you playing right now, and if you tell me the guy that they rolled out for the most critical game in the season at the time game one sixty two and he get you five shutout innings, and he's your game one starter. Now you're telling me that this is your your eighths of the moment. He's not Kershaw and he's not even review and entering think he's bueller. He might be their ace, but that doesn't necessarily mean that he's great. It means that he's there ace right, and we'll see how he does, but going back to the whole pressure thing, I think that it is pressure when the manager says we don't wanna championship, we, we blew it. It's a failure. We didn't accomplish our goal. There's also something very sobering about that that you. You know, going in, tonight's game is important, but it's not. It's not. Oh my gosh, it's this is the next step in our process. And we've gone through the process and we're gonna continue to go through the process and you're much more deliberate and workman like and just sober about it as opposed to because in baseball, I don't think jacked up works well, jacked up is the enemy of most baseball player. Some guys can do it Jack up. He talked about the little needle. That's not a guy that's the good, Jack del, okay. I'm just talking about coming in there and say, we're in the NFC s. word home. We got a chance to go to the World Series in. I'm going to go up there and I'm the first thing I see. I'm gonna swing out of my shoes. That is the enemy of good baseball typically is all of that hype. That's the enemy of just good athletic performance in general. You know, you wanna be excited about the opportunity going into it, but once you're actually playing the match the game or the race, you have to treat it like it's just any other because if you look at it and enormously that it is, yeah, the extra added pressure on yourself, and we've seen it. We wonder, Manny, Machado put too much pressure on himself because he knew he had to perform a certain way because that's what you brought into. We one of Bryce Harper season went the way it did because he was trying to reach a certain level because he wants to break the Bank and free agency there. There are times in which if you allow that big moment to follow you into games or matches or racist it each, it eight Walker. Buehler up in that moment. It eight, Manny Machado up early in the series is one for ten or twelve or whatever was. Here's the good news, Walker bueller came out the other side and was better for it. Settled down, Manny Machado hitting that home run in game. Four was huge because not only did it more or less win the game for the dodgers. It allowed him to. Okay. It's a baseball game I can still at home runs. I can play. This isn't different to your point. This is just it's it's different, but it's the same. I still have to same performance in those guys can now go. They went through rough patches in the previous series, and it really didn't cost him anything. They still went through and four games that didn't burn up a bunch of pitching. They didn't have to think about moving Manny Machado out of a spot that they went through it, survived it and both them thrived on the back. End of it I think is why the dodgers are gonna win the series because those guys are the few inexperienced and they're going to be fine. I feel very confident because I don't. I don't care what the numbers say regard to your your bullpen or how good Gonzalez is pitched, you know, since being traded over to from the Washington nationals. I don't care about that. I care about this one through eight, you gotta work. You got to work and there's not a lot of teams out there that can put that kind of constant pressure on opposing pitchers. Any. After ending after any, they may not say Travis, you know this as a pitcher, but you know, you know, when you face the team and there's certain guys, you can kind of. Absolutely he's off of. Yeah, but one through eight. Any good luck. Casey Joyner the football scientist is joining us west as he does each and every Friday and also we do every Friday. We're going to take your phone calls get in right now. Eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN. If you have a question about your fantasy football lineup, this weekend case, he's going to help you with it. Eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN call now we never get through everybody. So you want to be at the top of the list eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN Casey Joyner the football scientists next, so Travis? Yes. Sales e I had to answer a couple of phone calls during a commercial, Chelsea. No, got a studio. Look. I'll be honest, stereos less intimidating when you don't have the week off that, no, let's not. All right. Let's not Casey. Joyner joins us each and every Friday to get you ready for your football game. Casey, happy Friday to you. Good morning. Doing fine, sir. Better than than most of the last minute had Clinton one of my lineup. So that was that was good, Jay, or do you li- you're in bad shape, you had those guys? Erling shepherd. What about Odell and obviously life, you've got those guys because obviously they're on the same team. Can you count on either one of those guys at this point? Counting on Eli, QB to? I've stopped doing that if he can't do against the eagles. I would definitely be thinking about going to the places, but OB tougher one because he's he. They just don't have vertigo passing game, so he'll get volume passes. He'll be fine and PR league, but he's not going to pay back when it got in the draft and things, and I don't think there's a solution for it. So I think you can expect, why does he reproduction him rest of the year? You know, we do have a Cup of QB's or plan this weekend at vertical passing will not be a problem. Who do you expect to have a better game? Patrick Mahomes, Tom Brady. I got my homes at the top list just because he's got more vertebral. Threats Brady only has maybe Gordon because HOGAN is not shown up this year as numbers are no good and gronk hasn't been quite what he is only do so many vertical things. The Taban Mahomes has Kelsey as well. So I went homes rated, I might quarterback list, and I've got Brady as a as a top ten quarterback, but the quarterback ranks are really deep. This week is got there. I've got a ton. I've got seven quarterbacks, blue rated quarterbacks, fifteen quarterbacks, green eight. Quarterbacks green is when you're a really quality starter blue elite so many black quarterback. Quarterback just here. I got all kinds of quarterbacks and every and every manner shape inform Casey, Joyner, joining ESPN, senior NFL, fantasy football insider get in right now. Eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN will take your phone calls coming up in just a little bit and talking about the quarterback rankings and where guys are, where does Russell Wilson ranked? We saw him last week against the Rams. He looked awfully good as he back to be in that version. Russell Wilson. He's getting better, but he's not rushing the ball very much this year. He's got a rushers your yard last week. He's just not running the football back. If I was a team defensing him, I would not be were if you know he starts to do that the the hand off on the option plan, I would just play the run for the running each time because I think they don't want him running about he's getting enough yards. The earn enough touchdown passes to move up rankings, ranked twenty ninth and quarterback points in the last rubik's prior to last week. So he wasn't doing very well, but because the quarterback rankings are so glut of a top notch players and good matches this week. I only got him fifteenth in the morning. Let's go to the phones rise. Should we got number one? Well, we got a trade question align one, Aaron from Gardena. Football scientists I wanted to ask, should I trade tyreek? He'll or Brandin cooks for like a top running back. My consider if I would keep pill because he's when you got home player and that offense the way they're playing right now, I would just definitely keep him cooks. He got injured last week. He missed the Wednesday practice because of the injury. So I think the and he's in an offense to where he's not so central hilas Neva threaten offense and cooks guy was one of three vertical threats as often. So I would definitely think if I was going to trade those to trade cooks who's next? Well, let's go to the inland empire. Nick has a running back question PR league doing man. I wanted to see who I should start this week, tyreek hill or a I mean, Ecouen or Jordan. Howard from the bears. And you're in a p p r league. I'm still going to go even though Cohen's in NATO said before the season, he was going to get going more involved in the op-ed. She'll snap count. You look at the workload, you're definitely seeing combing more involved Alvin, but Howard is still the centerpiece of that offense. He's the guy was going to be twenty touches. I just don't see that with Cohen's. I'm still going Howard other those two. He's join your ESPN senior NFL and fantasy football insider getting ready for your weekend. Eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN. If you have a question for him, go back to the ranch for second. You mentioned that Brandin cooks mistime with the concussion Cooper Cup miss time with a concussion last week as well. They're both expected to play, but is there a number one when you look at the Rams because those three guys, those two. And then of course, Robert woods in the mix as well as anybody separated from the pack? I would say woods separated from the pack because he gets the volume. And then he also gets vertical pass, whereas cooks has really mostly just go pass or they've used them in more short passive, but not quite as much and Cup is what he is. He is, but woods has if you look at where he looks, he ranked vertigo targets on the team. I think he's first or second of tar 'this. He's moved up and down between those rankings in vertigo Tari team. Plus he's getting a short pass target. Then he doesn't have the interior. I've got him rated. I this week and he would be if I'm picking out of those three, he's the top right now. You mentioned that you have seven QB's. I believe they said it's began blue rated, yes, sir case keenum among them because he's facing the defense. And Aram says, given a thirty plus points in back to back games. Case keenum would happy mug level because I don't trust. I don't trust them to pass the football. They've got really good run blocking metrics. I do a set of metrics for ESPN. Two plus section takes blocking matchups in grades in detail, rushing run bocci match ups, and and the Broncos array really well, they're on the ranch haven't rated so well against run. And I think the Denver is gonna run the ball. Lots. I do not have case keenum rated that high this week because of that joined the football scientists get you ready for your fantasy football weekend Russia's who's next? Well, we got from the Twitter verse. Casey, they wanna know, can you trust James Winston who's obviously returning as a QB one. That's one of the tougher calls this week because I trust that offense to Sean Jackson is a great vertigo threat. Mike Evans as the elite vertical threat, they've got the two tight ends. Although Howard out maybe out this week he might play. He might not break him back and he scored touchdown two straight week. So he's got the weapons around him, but they're run blocking has been tros this year. See there's no running game with him, and he takes a lot more. Chances downfield Fitzpatrick was store on the tour, sort of Passover wasn't risking pass in the coverage and Winston doesn't because there's such a glut, a great quarterback this week. I've got Winston on the border of Kibi wanted to got him. Twelve hundred deeper league is be one. If you're in a shallow league, he's probably to Dave on Twitter, verse siemian the tweets too. He should start golf or what. Doff or Watson, that is a great set of options to have where we, but Goth is in because it's in Denver and Denver's run defense just give up the I two hundred rushing yard game last week of the season. So I think that the Rams are gonna run the ball lot more. And I think that Watson is going to is going to be able to throw the ball a lot more frequently against Buffon plus the weather in Denver's as I understand, it might be snowing this weekend. So I got Watson three and I got Goth, eleven the quarterback boards. The phone call Rosh who's up next well, according to the intern, someone is from oven oven, Dale, and his name is David. He has a PR wide receiver. Question. Irwindale VR league, Corey, David, or Mike, William. I would probably go. I really like Williams more than most have rated higher on the wide receiver. Non peop- non PR bores on ESPN dot com. And he's been fantasy up my lab, the rankings there, but Davis has been a centerpiece of his offense. I mean, any kind of PR environment. I like him more. The ones gotten Williams probably has a ceiling, maybe four to five receptions and Davis can do a lot more than that. So I gotta go Davis. One Dale is lovely this time of year. Warm hills a year you around here. Let's go to the heights. Mark has a PR wide receiver. Question. Day. I got a job Brown receiver to just blackout. So I start Wednesday, Neil or. And noon was the other. I. He hung up, but I believe it was a Doug Baldwin, Baldwin, thank you. It's kind of a didn't come through quite so. Well, I do not chose duck bald on at all right now. He only caught one pass last week. He's only six passes two games back. He's nothing using the vertical sense, even David Moore moving up the ranks trust, David Morris number through artists them more than I do Baldwin, not climbing. It's getting to that point because Baldwin's just like he's playing eighty percent Brown is still there vertical threat. I like match up well enough. I'm going with him in that one one more phone call with Casey Joyner. Who's next Rosh? Let's go to corona. We'll get Justin who has a running back question and standard league. Guys got Aaron Jones and Kevin Coleman. It. It's gonna depend. Partially what happens the freemen because Freeman was banged up a, he. He's already entered for a few weeks there. And then he came back and now is a foot injury. I think we've ankle injury to go along with the knee injury, miss practice on Wednesday. If Freeman does not practice today, then I'm going Coleman. Deaf in that looks like freemans gonna play though and don't need him too. 'cause they gotta get an ego Smith. Three is turned out to be pretty productive in this place. They could have free and take a week off if Freeman plays on playing playing Jones and I won't, but Freeman doesn't play them playing Coleman. Casey Joyner the football scientists. You can find him on Twitter. Lucky answer your question there too. At Casey Joyner t. f. s. ESPN senior NFL and fantasy football insider since five. We talked to him every single Friday. Casey, thank you. Sir. All right. I mean l. Hassen Michelle Beedle your crew l z. They're coming in here. My crew. Yeah. Even if she did stiff you for the baseball game. By the way, I need to know which Costco she was at yesterday because I need to start going there. I've, I've lot of questions we'll start with that. They're going to join us in here. Next. Your thoughts, filthy, keep apiece helper. Second. Veto Amine Lassen. As well. A mean, did we get your thoughts on David Lee Roth or Sammy Hagar yesterday? No, we didn't. Okay. And the correct answer David Lee, Roth's guys. Thank you. Gravitas to know what he brought someone they can control. That was like, hey, we're sick and tired of these Viva front faces given us so much. If you got the talent. Never anybody except for z.. He was the one on the keyboards here you're was it. Nettie virginal Burnell. Yeah, Ferdinand bertinelli pinch one day at a time every now. She's like. She's like, oh neighbor. Yeah, she has like this beautiful place. I feel like all your neighbors are like these. I'm surrounded by random ninety stars. It's I've Tiffany Emerson. You're cutting his here. You're hitting all the sweet spots. Beverly Hills. Nine o. two going. Oh, yeah. Specifically the Valerie years. Conversation about that. So the season starts less than a week from now, and we spent most of the day talking about I was I was overly enthusiastic perhaps for the review. I need to pump the brakes a little bit on my Laker enthusiasm where they are right now. What about you? What? What is the gap from where the Lakers are to where they need to be? Oh, well, I think obviously markedly better, but I have been having random discussions with people out in about because Western Conference finals keeps coming up and I just think that's a little too quick. Quick. You can't go from not making the playoffs the Western Conference finals because it's still the hardest conference to be entered the harder of the two. So I, you know, I think maybe win around, I would be happy, but I don't think he's not. He can't drag them in the Western Conference all the way the way he was able to in the Eastern Conference. And by he, I mean, the. Maybe. Dragging them. So we're, this isn't a squad that has to be dragged. Daddy actually has playmakers around him unlike last season where if he didn't initiate the offense, if he didn't give you a good shot, that wasn't going to be a good shot to be had the great Tristan Thompson. It's still go. What you're doing is being disrespected before. The lounge. That's fun. That's why I got confused. We just wasting another six wasting might be the wrong, but are we going to get what we got all over against the warriors? And maybe somebody sniffs around. Fact, passport Jews, though I, I will say this though, it would be very interesting if they're able to pull it off in a match. Sure they can. But if they acquired Jimmy Butler without losing any significant began, Gordon not get let me just finish. Okay. Exactly if they were able to do and all the laws with air Gordon's mother piece that to me is enough to challenge to worry as if you have those three. And then by the way of criminal Anthony happens to be hot. He's also dominant score that has to be content with as well. I, I'm not putting any of my hopes to dreams and Carmelo Anthony, I, which is why I said, if you have hot. Well, that's great. But if he's not used to that big three, this is sort of what the NBA is right now, isn't it? The beginning of every season we think does anybody who has a shot of taking on the warriors. And so then we try to mix the pieces and figure it all out like, well, may. But when it's all said and done, they just as like, kitty cats play along with the regular season. They turn it on and it's ridiculous, but it's perfect for our purposes. Right? We sit here in July and August is gonna win. This is so does wino- care about basketball season starts. They got Jimmy Butler play well who dream been missing games and then by April, I don't know. The playoffs are happening and things happen, and the end of it, the warriors all the webbie's tolls. Eastern. We won't be going to Cleveland for the first time in a while, so that's a big deal for me. That's exciting. Oh. You're right. You're right. No works. Right. We might be going to. Why why we're both you guys so quick to say no to Jimmy Butler in Houston. I just think that I think, yes, I think what. Miami is offering in terms of help you little now, but also help you later is outweighs too good players. But guys, it's literally right now, right? Eric, Gordon, Jimmy, PJ, Tucker. These are players that are not going to help you program three years from now. They're gonna help you right now. And if the goal is just to make the playoffs and that's it, then sure which if you're that might be enough because they're trying to save your job, but I think you've got an onerous as wait a second. What would we do in here? So we could be the get when they signed big cats at contract. He's the one that's. There you look at Jimmy Butler has wanted out for a while. This isn't news that he showed up at practice the other day and went crazy, and we were like, oh, wow, that's different. We knew this was coming. How did it get to this point? How does I mean the key? It's Qalayel over again just Jimmy's not quote, unquote hurt, so he's there and he went to practice and the cancel practice, and I'm not sure what happens today. But yeah, it's I not a person who's against players, you know, I know. I know there are two schools of thought on this like some get mad like just play the game and do your, no. I mean, look, we all control our own careers. If we don't like something, we change it and we go do what we like. And so I don't get mad at them for that. What what I do think is fun to both of you? What I think is quite fun to watch is just sort of, I don't like the hijacking of the entire story. I think that's where it gets a little bit of a fine line between. I support you versus I don't, and I think what he did the other day while entertaining if I'm anywhere near the timber wolves, I'm like, no, this is not cool and you. You can't humiliate the team like that. This season ended for them in late April four days later, he spoke to tips and said, look, are you guys gonna? Pay me. Came down. No. And then literally all summer long every time they talked and they didn't talk once or twice tips contacted them regularly. And he said, every time he called the Texan. I got back to him and every time the message is clear, I don't wanna be if you're not gonna pay me what I think I'm worth. I don't wanna be here. They had ample opportunity, and that's, that's my thing about the NBA. People always say, be professional, be a good guy do the right thing and the guys that do that get taken advantage of the run over. 'cause front offices taking. He's all right. He's up. He's just a little bit. They'll be okay. Yeah, he'll he'll do. Just in so then you like, that's the only way you get their attention. And yesterday I like into like when you're in a relationship with somebody and you don't want to be with them anymore and it keeps wait a second. And finally you gotta say something outlandish to snap. I don't love you. I'm sorry. Like been seeing someone for six months. Oh my gosh. That's the only thing that shocks them into realizing this is over. Can be salvaged can be fixed if it were all about being professional than you would professionally, like follow my wishes or what my wishes, then everyone would do it. But the problem is NB office have a bad habit of taking advantage of guys like that. Is he gonna by Wednesday's? He gone by the start of the season. I mean, he's we, we didn't think he'd show up. He showed up. He did what he did, and now we're here a bunch of scrubs to buy the right, which should if I'm the owner, he just concerned about that big cat and Wiggins couldn't be Jimmy Butler and the garbage man, right? I'll give you goes even crazier like the idea that towns at one point start wolfing about her. No one can guard him and that to me and he literally couldn't do anything Jimmy Butler. I know he's a big guy, but he's not not fine. Eight, six, six, eight, but towns of seven foot, right? He's heavy light, and this is a guy who's you know, all-star caliber score, he lit it couldn't get a shot off. They said he kept kicking it back out. And so to me, we talked about the jump and. You know people say, oh, but they, they had a good practice and everyone was I don't care what they felt at the moment. The moment that story got out and the world for twenty four hours. Ridiculed call Anthony towns because Jimi called him soft. And then when he tried to go at Jimmy, he could do anything that's humiliating. That is humiliating. And so you can't Costanza it and come back if they don't know what happened. I don't know what happened. What happened? I didn't quit just thirty seconds real quick and you know. The Lakers are gonna get into the plans better get into the plan. I mean, somebody's got to be out will get an who that might be next.

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Locked On Women's Basketball Episode 145: Part 1, Convo with Karen Aston, Texas

Locked On Women’s Basketball

19:09 min | 11 months ago

Locked On Women's Basketball Episode 145: Part 1, Convo with Karen Aston, Texas

"The locked on podcast network your team every day. Hello and welcome to lock them. Women's basketball I'm your host. Howard may dollar my new. You can follow us on twitter at locked on. Wbz and of course get twenty four seven three sixty five coverage of women's basketball over at high post hoops and I am here to talk to one of my favorites in this industry to somebody who always has insight into the way. Her program is growing and developing. That's Karen asked in the head coach at University of Texas Karen. Thank you for taking the time. Thank you I appreciate it please. Day Oh for sure for sure wall especially after that big win over Tennessee and That was obviously a big one to get and I thought just to start in a more granular way. The tone was set there in the opening seconds. When you had joyner homes jumping into that passing lane and Dan still right away and Georgia's such an interesting player to me and we've talked about her throughout her time with you. I'm wondering what you see from her so far in the senior year. And how close you than? She is to Accomplishing what you're looking for her to accomplish here in her final season. I in Austin Yeah Howard. I think that you. You're right that that play was kind of indicative of of the fact that our team was ready to play. And that's something that's been a work in progress for this particular group is just you know being mature enough to to mentally and physically. They're usually ready but mentally. You know just focusing on the very beginning of the game and and are we locked. Cantu THE GAME PLAN. And and that's that's a maturity issue and you know to see joyner first of all. I mean you know. I think I disclosed this the media but she tweeted ankle the day before the game and shoot around really questionable To play and I think just to see her shoes have been and get out there and be ready to play when the ball was was really a huge boost for our team She wasn't one hundred percent. And and you know back to the just your question joyner. I'm really proud of. Because you know she she. She dedicated herself this summer to first and foremost getting. You're getting in shape that she needs to be under the only place you know the type of basketball that she needs to play And minutes that we knew she was going to have to play this year I thought I thought she really committed to that. You know and and then the second piece was you know. She's grown up. I mean she had some adversity happen. I mean she missed two consecutive semesters first semester career she must you know her sophomore year and last year with the ankle injury. And you know to her credit. She's just persevered mean. She's she's she's not given up on it she didn't you know think. Oh well let me go somewhere else and also you can be better. I mean she stuck with it and I think that she's starting to see the benefits of that. It's interesting to me. You know. You have your depth as usual on this team and a lot of different players who contribute in a multitude of wage. But it may be the case that no-one contributes more and is perhaps more important to the way you play then joyner and there are a couple of numbers that I think indicate that and I'm curious with you see them in similar ways one is that you guys are back to running more. You've been a top one hundred team in pace each of the previous three years until last year last year you were at one seventy one and therefore more to have to a team. You're back in the top one hundred early on and it seems like a critical way of getting into your offense right away. Are The number of times the joins able to both crashed. The boards and facilitate the offense. Is that something you've seen something you're hoping is even a greater part of your attack over other remainder few months of the season. No question about it. I mean she. She's she's kind of the COBB for us as far as our transition and just because Rebounding you know I mean she starts break for us alarmed because she can get the ball off the boards and and initiate it without an outlet But I think the other piece of that is just getting Sean Higgs back and I will say this much right now with Sean Hickson shook Sutton still aren't there's still not themselves I've thought they were a little bit closer and the game against Tennessee. But you know Sean missed the entire year the entire summer and most of the fall Just getting yourself back you know getting released and and being able to contact and then should missed Most of the summer and all of the fall right up until we started playing games so the pace of our of our team is dictated by those sue and the addition of freshmen in particular. Taylor I think Jada under what is in the best shape of her life has enabled us to play at a different pace than we could last year but I think as as the year goes along and show again was Sean. Get more comfortable every day with kind of who they are And it's it. Hopefully it will increase. Well let's talk about them. Each in turn should head of play by midway through the fourth quarter that I think was the most encouraging from my perspective of where she is physically and it was a step back jumper where she absolute out the defender to bite and was able to bury it in mid range of eighteen feet out. And when you see things like that when you see like you said he's in Sutton who are yes coming back from injury and still getting to one hundred percent. I know some of your early season limitations have been due to that also seems like it sets you up very wealth for conference play and come march to have that level of both experience and guards who are potentially ild around into form. Are you seeing the two of them as an equivalent tracks and potentially able to help you at near or at one hundred percent Come crunch time in the season. I definitely see that I I think it was just unreasonable. For any of us and then including them as individuals to expect them to miss the amount of time that they missed and then come back and be one hundred percent You know I say this all the time. You can't go from eight Z. And they expected that because they know what they're capable of you know they have to build on in some of that is Jim thome and some of. That's just playing time and I definitely think that it both will as we move along you talk about getting into conference play. We're still a right outta months little less than a month away. I mean that's a long time to have players continued in game situations continued to get in life practise situations and be able to get in the gym and do extra shooting and neither one of them have had been able to do that up until the last you know really few weeks really when they got back from Hawaii and we got back from that regain stretch which I knew was going to be really hard on those shoes And I you know three four players that love him and love to get in and I think that's really important and so for each of them in turn you guys were about thirty one percent Three point shooting team last year but each of them. seems both by previous statistics. And just in general when you look at the way you could project a mother it's free throws or other such things. As better three point shooters potentially down the line. Do you have a number in mind? For What are you guys? Ought to be three point shooting teams and is getting more efficiency from them beyond the Arctic critical to getting there. What of the fastest growing. Nba podcast is rejecting the screen with no coffin. Adam Stanko when this podcast is done. Find out about and listen to rejecting the screen. I think it is a critical part Part of it is is the recognition for them that they spent a lot of time in the gym this summer. Really just shooting They couldn't do anything else. But that so the trust and the work I think is really important for all of our guards date. They really spent a lot of time in the gym. And we haven't seen probably the benefits of that just because a little uncertainty and each of them individually and then collectively i. I did think that Sunday was a big step for them. Because everybody's been loading the paint. Everybody has kind of dared us to shoot the three. And you're out there almost second guessing themselves and second guessing the work that they've put in. I think Sunday it was a guard's game. Most teams really committed to stopping the paint of. I wouldn't say in the second half. We did a great so with that but we get a good enough job to To give ourselves a chance to win and that's been the game plan for everyone versus us is. Let's see if we can make a joiner. Charlie have difficult touches and we have to step up and take shots thought that their aggressiveness should the basketball. The beginning game was really the difference. they kind of forgot about it again in the second half but but I definitely think as we move along showed Sean you know. They've always they've all put time in and is enabled them to have confidence that they should have. And now it's just a matter of stepping up and shooting it and not getting frustrated. If you don't make a show out I mean everybody's not GonNa make every one of them so when you asked about percentage I mean we'd love to get around forty And I think we're capable of that we just we. We have to trust the work that was put up and then just burnet full circle you guys last year as part of an increased half court outlook you adapted in that way. I mean you guys were the best offensive rebounding team per offensive rebound rate in the country overall Your percentage was if I recall correctly third in the country. It's down a bit this year but it seems like that's also by design that you're essentially trading off these half tour possessions for trying to get out in transition more to reflect a team that has the experience guards underwood. Let's talk about specifically in a moment as well. Is that the way you see that? It simply is a chance to be more of a balanced overall attack than last year's team was for sure. I definitely think that we have the type of billions of being bound And I think the other piece did that really is if you talk about. Maybe the reduction of the rebounding has been a couple of factors One of them is our lack of depth in the paint. Your reality of it is. Charlie enjoyed playing a lot of minutes there rebounding the ball extremely well but there is early in the season. We're seeing a little bit of you. Know probably not In particular because we played a lot of games in a row and we played the three games downing went down. Probably as as the games progressed. three games in three days a lot to dispatch man but I also think that we are small. I mean when one of them goes out. We're we're playing small ball and we have to try to you know change. Maybe a little bit of our mindset innocence. Let's see if we can get some guards in the regatta game. I think we're so dependent on thinking they're going to get every rebound that we've kind of forgotten about it so we're going to address that. I guess what we did. We could run the basketball and in transition well. But we've got get some DR rebounded. Game now is Celeste. The potential swing person for that and I asked because she seems both stilled. Obviously you knew that coming in with her pedigree but also there's a level of fearlessness to her game which I guess is symptomatic of many freshmen. But it certainly worked to her advantage times I certainly on Sunday and also to disadvantage in the sense that she out and in an effort foul in particular was an aggressive one trying to charge riot team. So I'm curious what you see from her and how she fits into that puzzle in your mind well first of all. She's she is She's a special player in a sense that you hit on the head. She's pretty fearless and doesn't have much of a conscience which I think you know as a freshman that that's pretty essential I mean you. Can't you really. They freshman struggle with making mistakes and not being able to move on. And Celeste is is really special in that area. She's able to can you hear me? Yes okay yes. Seles is able to move on you know I if she makes a turnover you can bet she's still going to run back down the floor and I you know I. I think that that's An innate quality for for really good basketball players that they just are able to go to the next play regardless of what just happened I think you know have to the area. Improvement is just you know. Simple things. Like turnover rate You know getting trying to make up the play and then going down the floor like you said and and fouling Just some real simple things that she will learn as she goes along The learning curve is huge and the fact that she's played so many minutes in non conference play will really help her as we get into the garage of of complex people scout better and all of those things right You know I think she has. Because she's such a gym route and she. She's a sponge as far as wanting to learn and be better. I think she's got a chance to be really really special. Someone who is a critical part of this season's plan? Oh for sure. I mean she started right now and she She definitely you know once. Economic are she Yes she's she's she's got a a chance to you know because I say this time this all the Tomomi playing time matters and the experience of being able to you know to play And learn from from what happens in the Games I mean you can only tell them so much in practice and they got to play and she's getting so much playing time some of it's been you know shocking shook and Leshan injury early but she's also she works everyday in practice and she she herself in position to earn the plane time. And you know she I think Underwood is the one. That's kind of settled into the smaller position. She's a little bit more physical than Celestin. Podcast network at home to the number one fantasy basketball. Podcast walked on fantasy basketball. Listen to Josh. Lloyd locked on fantasy basketball every day. You know a little bit more experience way more experienced obviously and I you know I think what the freshman. It's really good if you can keep them kind of one spot where you know they. They don't have to think so much. About what what I do in this position. And how do you know if you can keep some consistency? And where they're playing. I think it helps them. No question I it seems like you saw that with Charlie Collier and specifically Collier's defense seems to have taken To my view a quantum leap forwards. I I went back to look at the numbers. Synergy has her defensive points per possession on post-ups zero point five which is just an absurdly low number For a center especially for a Sophomore Center. Wh What are you seeing? She just physically stronger what what is allowing her to make. That would seems to be from the outside a significantly forward defensively even over last year. Yeah I think she's. She's she committed to to conditioning weight room. All of that the summers I did a great job. Getting our kids ready Knowing we were going to be low in numbers I think set. She's also just made that natural. Jump that you would hope freshmen would make into their sophomore year. Just from maturity standpoint Targets were hard on herself and she gets frustrated if she makes mistakes and you know learning to understand you're going to make them and being able again to go to the next play and stay focused. I think that's where she's grown so much I still don't think we've even. She's even reached the tip of what she's capable of offensively just you know because she is. I think people try to play physical and once she embraces that physicality on offense and says okay. You know you guys can try. But I I'M GOING TO COUNTER IT I. I think she'll even get better but she's definitely learning to play defense Without fouling. I think that's been a necessity for us. And she's learning to kind of walk the fine line now between being aggressive and being smart and early in the year you know I mean everybody was trying to get her in foul trouble. It and a lot of people achieve that but and she moves along she's learning. It clearly seems be taking your bitterly forward and I think this team. It's interesting just in terms of the bigger picture. The fact that you guys are being tested so much here in the non conference I guess. I wonder when you think about your schedule in relative to the NCAA tournament how you think ultimately what's gone on here in the. Non Conference is going to hell going into rocky top in holding them to sixty points coming over the bid. Win Light that I'm sure takes a massively forward in terms of your overall profile. But how how does that relate to the way in which you schedule compared to the way you think about it in terms of individual Improvement for your team. I think Sunday was a big leap. It really in particularly for confidence for them. I mean they this group and I said to many people they work hard are really liked them. And they're trying and it's just a matter of them starting to mature and take you know. Focus on the game plans and be confident and connected This had to learn chemistry. They've had to learn how to play together How to trust each other and that's really just the process. It is absolutely happen overnight.

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 3)

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

44:43 min | 11 months ago

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis (HR 3)

"Hope he was listening. And he's on his way to Phoenix to make sure that he's got the rams back Sunday afternoon. Of course that's next up for they said you're going to go. Yeah wants to go to the game As you know like to be in Phoenix on the weekends and looked at the schedule actually highlighted highlighted. This because I thought that was GONNA be the game. We wrapped the division. Oh no that's a sound a little. He's looking at me like what did I was like. Oh Yeah at the Game Eh. REPARATIVE vision is game to be cool. But I'm a blah. So you'RE GONNA celebrate Thanksgiving in Phoenix. I am not I am. I'm gone dashing as soon as the show is over with Travis Because we have some some food issues there was miscommunication about the Turkey nuts on the Greens again. Oh no no. No no no picks off. That wasn't a one off. That was a random suggestion by someone who was quickly Jetson Johnson. Yeah you're playing Stay here in town will be in Santa Monica for For Thanksgiving tomorrow. We're going to go. Oh celebrate it with my grandmother who is Ninety six years old my mom and Dad My entire family some of my my aunts and uncles and cousins so have a big group in In Santa Monica Forty most thankful for a good question. I and this is clear. Shade and this is is family and friends and loved ones. I'm going to jump over to honestly. Yeah look because there's stuff going on that I don't need to get into but then everybody is healthy and sound a very grateful. So there's I will go with the Cliche yes right. Yes and you know people are grateful and they're going to be doing a lot of traveling Today and tomorrow you know what gets me thinking of those e Hump Day. No silly leninist they can have that. That's why guys traveling via Airplane airport saw dinner. Some studying on Rajon do some research and I found the busiest holiday airport. So can you guys name me. The ten busiest airports those. You're getting on a plane. He told me in this country in America. Okay that's good. I don't think they're celebrating. Another country's much wires commonsense I thought would come into play. Go ahead fine. I'M GONNA go with Lax Elliott is number two on the list. That's correct so think connecting connecting flights. Think the big cities you're right you're right Chicago O'hare Chicago is number three on the list. You got you got you there Laguardia New York. Which one will yes? JFK Above Laguardia. Do they have them both combined like a regional. Yeah I'M GONNA give it to you combined so we can extend into game. JFK Laguardia did not day. That's what it is banned. Take an opinion. Take uh-huh choice. I'LL SAY DENVER DENVER. WHOA that's Gutsy? 'cause thank connect number five on the list But I never would have thought Denver though connector's but now I'm go no no no I'M GONNA go with Atlanta Atlanta's number one numero uno bonus points Delta Hub. Yes in Atlanta's number once speaking of hub. Everybody that's ever been on. An airplane has stopped here and had to change a plane at one point soda. Dallas Dallas that forward. That's where I was thinking. Always as a hub. Yup that's number for you guys have the top six. So here's where it gets a little sketchy here. Oh no sketch okay. Sketch Minneapolis Minneapolis. Oh no sketching those take a couple of gasoline. Houston no slogan San Francisco is Las Vegas as a hobby. No that's all it's always in Seattle surprise put together and then and then Orlando which surprised me. Because that's southeast going up the coast are going down on everybody's finance for you know Yeah Yeah Orlando Lean yet Connecting flight is always always always always go direct if you can if you can if genetic connecting flight from here to Phoenix through Vegas to Sacramento to get the uh-huh let's try focal here sprint. People's men will in Gardena happy. Thanksgiving my friend. How are you? Hey George Raleigh rivage T- Raj still happy Thanksgiving man. You make my morning in every day on the way to the grind the best possible morning. It can't be so I wanNA thank you guys up to the two ballers great stuff with the boogie nights. Wink wink also just wanted to save keyshawn. WHO's not in? Please man stopped giving the dogs. Steamed Halliburton steamed drippy. Double Ducey's that you're probably not going to be picking up on those streets not no. That's that's not true. That's not true because the brown rice and potatoes gives the dog the fiber and eased. Keep a solid. We really haven't had. And Wow. Why do you know that because I have two dogs? Hey give them some dry food or something. Something bad enough for this warming meals for was gourmet about rice will. Because I'm I'm I'm with manny on this by giving I would hope not. You guys are never going to convince me that. That dog thing is okay The clippers were in Dallas last night. Take somebody who I think for. A lot of people probably had them second on during the appeal. I think there early part of the season. Lebron is is the MVP just because Lebron and then you've got James Harden you've got jaanus but Luca was doing work all season long. The mavs are in a much better position than I think everybody. But he thought they would be four games in a row of thirty points plus Tennessee's plus and last night the clippers and this is why if you're Lincoln Fan like we are the the clippers of the team. That's on your radar more than anything. They they shut Luca Danni down. They did an amazing job against him. This is a guy that can shoot there was four or fourteen eighteen. This is a guy that has a nice three point. Shot O of Eight. This is a guy that's got the ball in his hands all night long and is really good at finding guys seven turnovers. They did work work on him last night. Yeah and that's going to be a problem for any team that starts offense on the perimeter with someone who's in that two-three sort sort of position in. I know we don't do positions basketball anymore But Lucas two-three you know. Mostly a three Lebron James at two three. If your offense starts snap position the clippers have to the better defenders to God that position. That's going to slow your offense down now. The teams that they're facing that's going WanNa have more of a traditional kind of point guard. Patrick Beverley is waiting for you so you don't get free from that position either. That's the reason why their defense is so scary because even though they're smalley inside it almost doesn't matter if you don't have the ability to get the ball to your bigs anyway and that's what they do they they shut down your playmakers and make someone else do work. Now for the Lakers Travis. We get a D.. He's our four five then he can bring the ball up and he can initiate our fence. But that's not the formative for success for the Lakers. Lebron yeah it is I go back to the last five years in the NBA finals with Golden State. And what was the one thing you heard going all the way back to their first appearance in the finals all the way through it last a little bit different. 'cause all the injuries but hey look maybe. They'll they'll go cold may maybe they won't make shots even with Steph with Klay Katie. The odds of all three of them having a bad night or not great. Because you're talking about three three of the greatest shooters in the history of never mind now through the greatest shooters ever but the idea was look. They're twenty five foot shots. Maybe you'll have a bad night and they're not going defense defense doesn't have a bad night. You don't have a bad night. Where Oh we had an off night defensively? It's just if you're invested in it and they clearly are if they're coaching hang up. The defense and Doc rivers clearly is and you have willing defenders Herrell Beverly Co why George. They've got guys that are. It's not something you have to convince it. They'll do it. This is how they're wired. That's not going to have an off night which means that you need to bring it every single night and we saw an opening night. We're going to see it again here coming up in about a month on Christmas Day The Lakers are going to have their hands full with those guys. It's it's going to be those two teams and that's going to be the difference whether or not the and deal with that defensive pressure. Yeah yeah and I mean. I know it's weird to think a thirty five year old role player. Who has yet to play? The season is a key. But Trust when I say Andrea Igwe Dowa is a key in this in the clippers. Get Him via trade or at. He buys out and decide to sound the clippers. They're winning the championship. They're going to win the championship. If the Lakers get a hold of him and they don't have to give up too much in terms of the current construction in terms of players. They depend on their prey going to win the championship. Because they have a guy and Andre Iguodala who've between ten and twenty minutes in Stony playoff series can do exactly what I said at the beginning of this conversation which is harass the guys who initiate your offense. You don't WanNa Bron James Having to run you off one end and deal with chasing Kawai or Paul George around the other end for the duration of game across seven games in a series. You much much rather if you could give them some relief by putting on a cable with defender to harass one of those guys and make life difficult for them if he's the difference between in winning or not winning a championship if literally. What you're saying is true that if on Rigaud Daulat goes to the Lakers ring if hundred dollar goes to the clippers ring why are either one of these teams waiting around to see what's going to happen next because if it's if it's that linear then go get it done because it's not just oh I got him? I got him in you. Don't it's Donovan. It's kind of a two for. What are they waiting for? MEMPHIS is the price that high at this point because the Lakers don't have a lot of money left in the bank both metaphorically Lee and literally as far as captain everything else goes. There's not a ton of room. The clippers are in a very similar situation. They had to give away all bunch of assets to get Paul George Outta okay. See the Lakers. Had to do the same with Anthony Davis. It's what how do you get. How do you execute a deal when you don't have anything to buy with well? And oh by the way the person Zain who had control of the property. It's not really extra motivated to get rid of it either. MEMPHIS is in the ideal situation because they can sit back in wait for eighteen thirsty and hungry enough to give them whatever they want to try to get Andre from them. Now the clippers and the Lakers. If Andre Andre does end up on either one of them then they're fine they're cruising right along that's why they're not so desperate but it seemed like say Philadelphia struggling right now they might be looking at that goal. what do you want first rounder rookie. First round. Because that's going to be in the low and high twenty s anyway. We don't really care whereas Memphis which is rebuilding very. They value that that's why they're not motivated. GET RID OF RHINO WAY. New kind of jumped out at me last night. Watching that game the the clippers and the the mavs last night porzingas just look like the tin man. He looked like he couldn't move. You think about when he first came into the league with the Knicks and the Unicorn. Right that he's say by the way he is a seven foot. Three Guide like even in a sport dominated by guys where everybody's six eight six nine six ten. He stands out like that going on over there. He's enormous warmest and at the beginning of the Nice handle. He could move. He could do all these other things. He looked like he'd rusted through. And I know it's coming back from an injury but man did he. We looked rusty and slow in stiff last night. Then the Unicorn at things gone well again. When you're facing a team I might win a chip? You're probably going to look bad regardless you know no matter how good you are facing a team. That's a favorites win a championship you print on that stellar too. I never bought into that UNICOR. The core craft to begin with that was a New York manufacturer sort of conversation. He was never the best player in that. Draft was always contin towns. But Karl Anthony towns was tucked away Minnesota so losing so no one really paid attention to what he was doing but he was always the better player in that draft. Anyway I everything that I don't disagree except in Carl really good player. I saw porzingas plague the knicks. Couple years or against the Lakers news with the Knicks. And they'll see I'm telling you that was different the way it wasn't just that he had a nice day. It was the way that he moved at that size. It wasn't just an towns is nice but this this is a guy that seventy-three pushing seven four doing some stuff he's not going to change the NBA. The way that some other guys may have been able to do it but this was not just entirely tirelessly Newark hype that had trickled out through the rest of the country. That dude could do some stuff that I never seen a guy that size do before I thought to travel. And I saw the heightened I saw the range and I saw the jumper but then when he was left alone and he was able to do it himself and beat the star. What did he say hard? I was out. Ah That's basically what he said. Well at least he played with a stomach ache or just off the top of my head guys. That don't play with stomach. GEICO alright last week before we get into your fantasy football playoffs you need to win this week to get in. You Got Questions for Casey Joyner. The football scientists joins joins US next get online eight seven seven seven ten. ESPN case you'll take your calls next all right the last week of your regular season. He's in a fantasy football participant. And we know that y'all are who isn't a fantasy football participant at this point in their life. Of course we talked Casey joyner every single week Good Morning Casey. How are you great? How are you fantastic? You can find Casey on twitter as well at Casey. Joyner T. F. S.. Let's start right here as we head into the last month of the season Casey. Is there any ramp player that you want on your team at this point dam travels. I still probably on a coupon code because I'm thinking that he's going to get back at least close to what he was earlier this year Beat I mean girly. I'm talking flex position. A couple of guys I might want and things. I'm thinking wider share one and two right now cut might return but compared to what we were a few weeks ago. APP really don't want them headed into the playoffs because The whole offense is doing so badly right right now. You have one question for me and if you don't get it right. I'm leaving sweet potato or Pumpkin Pie. P P R league. We have to Pumpkin pie refrigerator. So I gotta go pumpkin coming to talk to you next week buddy. I'll now give you another shot here. Casey more Thanksgiving if we're talking dressing or stuffing I gotta get this one right. I guess yes I've I've my stuffing we always go with. So I gotta go what we go with talk to you next year. Never Talk to you ever going to the safer for lane. Let's go to fantasy football questions. Let's start in Torrance and Alex Alex you're on with the football scientists. What's going on this morning? Good Morning. Happy Thanksgiving everybody. Happy Happy Thanksgiving. Thank you so I have a I have Philip rivers. Nick foles. This is to give me a bye in the first time. The playoffs helped me out please. How in the world the ended up here with you get by with those two quarterbacks incredible must have a great team otherwise? If I'm looking at those two I mean foles is likely to get into a shootout contest. He'd given the match against Tampa and I just don't think the rivers is GonNa get in that same situation against Denver so I'm GonNa go full even though I'm not really sold on him right now and I think it might naming naming they need to go back to Menchu all right next. Stop is the valley and Gilbert Gilbert. You are on with Casey joyner. What's up guilt going on happy holiday? I'm GONNA Crazy League. I got two receivers two running backs into flex by got four players until five five four position and I got T Y Hilton. Adam Ceilings Timothy crowder and Chris Carstens. I got four there. Anything needs there's five Chris Carson was the last one four t y Lin crowder and Carson mature. Mrs Casey Outta those out of those four I got to say to you. I would be the riskiest because he's already. There's into request strongly early on Wednesday so today we'll start to get into reports coming in but he looks like death manager crashed Marcel he and dealing both depending on how their health when is where it ranked him crime gun Carson Awesome be definite in the lineup of those four. Casey joined the football scientists joining us here last week of the regular season before we head into the fantasy football playoffs. You can find Casey on twitter as well Casey rejoin our T. F. S.. Raj The twitter verse. I got a common one casey from me a for other people that have Lamar Jackson and you have a viable back of now. He's going to get San Francisco. Go on that tough defense. Do you consider benching Lamar Jackson if you have a viable backup. He's got thirty points. Six Games this year over thirty points. He sending getting the new bar. It used to be seventeen great quarterback and then now we're starting to say okay. Twenty is my. It was what I want out of a quarterback twenty for him. If I got twenty at him I'd be depressed. I mean He. He's the guy who you're expecting thirty every single week. No defense has shown an ability to be able to slow Greg. Romans offense down I mean just. Nobody's figured it out. And then they face some good defenses ever Cisco's got a very good defense but there is zero chance. I'm taking Lamar Jackson on my lineup. Got One from twitter. Casey Russell Wilson versus Minnesota or drew brees. He's against Atlanta That's probably I mean. 'cause Wilson's got the tough match-up and breeze against Atlanta Atlanta's defense is is terrible. They've played better of late a little bit that book terrible last week. They've got a bunch of what I call Green Raider players in the secondary. That's players you can really favor from enough favor. Ah Fantasy matchup. So I'm going to go because that upside all right. Let's go back to the phones here with Casey Joyner. Let's go to Los Angeles. And what's that name. Raj She got Suga. Suga Suga. You're on with Casey Joyner Egg Martha Shiva Shiva quarterback I have stand donald or destroyed Watson. Amazing asking that question. It's a very viable question. At this point you wouldn't think a few weeks ago Sam darnold anyone want anything to do with them but the way they're playing right now and he's a fantastic start and Watson I got New England and AIN'T GONNA Houston's offense that teams have figured a good out at times and I liked doing a chance to slow down on Darnold in that matchup against Cincinnati Secondary's also a bunch of green rate of player. So I'M GONNA go darnell on that one. Eight eight seven seven seven ten. ESPN is the phone number. Eight seven seven seven ten three seven seven six. If you have a question for the football scientists Casey Joyner next stop is the Valley Valley and Kevin Kevin. You're on Casey. Hey I've got a half-point. PDR I need to three receivers OJ Amari Cooper consolidate things. After the way he played last week. I don't know what to expect with Cooper. Because you'd think I mean that was just a complete applete dud and there were times that he wanted to play on the contest so I would expect a bounceback performance that he's GonNa go trae white and trade. It's one maybe the best cornerback. In ligament when Gilmour might be the best cornerback and if he's not white probably is so out of the three. I just don't want anything to do with Cooper after what I saw last week. In that Matchup Casey joining the football scientists joining us. Casey you travel the night before Thanksgiving or the morning of gotta travel. You know you gotTa have as much time as you can on Thanksgiving plus you gotTa. It'd be there by noon unless you can make sure that you're there in time for kickoff because we gotta have football on Thursday. I wouldn't do it unless it's really early morning traveling since I'm night guy. I'd have to go the day before there. Are you go back to the twitter verse from Twitter De Trust Adam feeling coming back From the hamstring. I always in my general rule when it comes to injured players is if you have a viable option for them. Then I would go ahead and go in that direction. That's especially going to be the case for him because it's Monday night contest. So you're really not going to know until maybe Sunday maybe Monday. If he's going to be healthy so I would look and say if he's practicing in full by late in the week if there's if there's last practice thing on Saturday the last practice at people actresses and both Saturday I would go ahead and trust any limitations at all if he's listed as limited in practice. I'm looking at any other option I can on Sunday. 'cause I just I just don't trust him and they want to know do you know that's why would you start both scarborough from Detroit. You know boat I do both is I liked him. A lot in college surprised the he wasn't drafted higher and he because he shown some Some what showing. Now he showed some of those in college back a lot of this in college when you got on the veiled. So Chicago's run. Defense has been very shaky this year at times very shaky and I think Detroit wants to be a run heavy team and now driscoll starting to take a step back. They're gonNA keep doing that so I trust him at least as a flex might even trust miss at two depending on who else I had my team all right. Let's get through the last few of these phone calls here. Let's go to Alex. Alex you are on the football scientists. What's going on good morning to you? Happy Holidays guys at the home. I Larry Fisher owed. Oh Juju Smith or Cooper Cup thanks guys. You do likely won't play this week. He's already He's got the new issue in a concussion. Take the knee issues slowing them down more so it looked and he again. He's very unlikely to play this week. When I'm talking fits versus the rams? This is now the two and then offense Kirk has passed to me. It's not even the top gun this offense. He's so I take cup just because I know that he's still the one on his offense and let's hope things turn around for the rams all right last. Stop Los Angeles and Dave Dave. You're on with joyner what's going on. Hey Good morning guys. I've ACQUA tight end position. Darren Waller or Dallas go. Derek Dallas got a gun. That's been thrown to a lot the past couple of weeks because of their match ups they they've been facing some green rated people in the secondary and like this past Sunday. The Eagles through twenty two passes to the tight ends completed nineteen but they only got like six point five yards per target. And that's not a lot and God's going going to get a lot of targets this week because they're facing Miami. Miami has just placed both of their safeties on I r last week. So he's going to get a lot of it's GonNa be a lot drink dunk targets and I'm going to take while there because because I just like the idea that Oakland's going to get into shoot conduct against Kansas City and he has upside potential of is something got her has. TC joyner is the football scientists. You can find him on twitter at KC Joyner T. F. S.. He will be back next Thursday to get you ready for your fantasy football playoffs go. Thank you for hit gobble. Yeah Yeah I mean you got to go I. I'm a morning of guy. I like to get up there again. Location where you got to get somewhere far away morning of probably not a great deal. Oh but You're going day before I'm going the day before because I feel like I need my presence there to make sure you know things all right all right the rams are back at it. It is a short week. They've got the Arizona cardinals coming up on Sunday and another mobile quarterback would have. Sean McVeigh store. That's next feeling you're still your chair though. Oh I am still in my chair because I played tennis land. We'll get some younger man man. I wonder why keep doing well. He's on the line line guys who I P. Pr Flexibly I WANNA Start Carson with or Jared Goff or debt Prescott Art. What do I do I do not WanNa put you on blast bomb to do it anyway? Do you have any idea what two hours to get the same thing. Yeah replacement the players. 'cause I'm flexing it. I was out but I know that you're flexible as everything. Come to work work. She we go. Have you started collecting or have you started cooking. The dog Thanksgiving dinner yet. No hard headed to do the shopping as we speak. You're making Turkey. Right dog is not getting full Turkey they have Turkey breast. Oh I'm sorry Turkey. Brazil you boil it and you shred it and you mix it in with his dog food for key. I want you to listen to Jack del Rio he joined us about an hour and a half ago and L Z asked him a question about where they are and what they are doing at SC and and whether or not they should give clay Helton a vote of confidence. Here's the question Jack Del. Rio's response does to score need to issue a statement saying this is our guy going forward to to have stability yeah. I think it's crucial that the school decide what it's going to do and have some finality to it. I think you know. Speculation is not good and it does lead to some the biggest recruiting so. Yeah I think you know it's time to come out and do I mean the season's over right other than the ball and It it so you need to read the sign all with clay and keep rolling or you gotta make a change but yeah I think for the sake of recruiting the importance sort of it. I think that'd be pretty. So when you hear the words the finality and the sake of the program in recruiting I mean that was. That was pretty tough. Yeah it is but I think I understand what they're doing over there seek. I can't it where they are much like. I said into today are mathematically eliminated from the PAC twelve championship because they don't WanNa go into a PAC twelve championship with an interim coach. That'll be gone. They want they want Colorado to lose to Utah this Saturday in clipping that. And that's what I think. That is what it is because big about it if for for some weird reason They beat Utah. SC Back Doors into the PAC twelve championship with a negative game and then I mean that Oregon had against Arizona State a couple of weeks a week ago. They now feel like they got hope a second time around. So you know it's hard to beat team twice and they can somehow figure out how to back door into the Rose Bowl and get a big check but university. I think that what happening here so I think they're hoping and praying internally that that doesn't happen but realistically in the world of political critical athletic director you know what they got to play. A game in. That game is being played up into the Sunday Monday after the talking so they play Utah. Colorado play at four thirty on Saturday so by eight o'clock that game is going to be decided by eight thirty if Colorado doesn't doesn't pull an upset if Utah wins that Game Advances to the PAC twelve championship is clay Helton on the street. I think he's I think he's GonNa have his answer by. Hi Tuesday morning saying do it right after. Let's say just I mean maybe he is cold blooded like that game over done calling. I mean maybe maybe he's on speed. Dial how soon as the clock strikes zero or you know wage game. Oh it's the weekend we're GONNA meet on Monday and I'm GonNa you know his fate on Tuesday. It may play that game but I I believe we'll have an answer Tuesday morning after the game. I believe that so like when I see like a suspicious looking person walking down the street I'd push nine one and just kind of wait and then people Key how should USC ASSIF FANS and the community feel about Klay Hilton. If this is indeed goodbye he's not hated like lane kiffin but he didn't really do anything anything either. Did He It's not that he didn't do anything he did he they should. They should appreciate what he's done in realized. This is probably as far as you're going to get in the best you're GONNA get. You know I was reading stuff last night and you know I don't like germs spread spreader information but sometimes I have to read it and somebody made a great point. They say look at the end of the day. We're top-five program. We have a the top fifty coach as reality of it. We're caught five program. We ever talk fifty coach and when you look at the last time. USC was five and seven seven. The coach got fired. I mean that's just what we are we. We extended a guy here before he would five seven. And we're holding on to it and sometimes right you look at it and you go well you know it might be too early signs that you know we don't know yet. He may turn out to be the greatest coach College Football Bill. Bella Bella check like no. We know we know what this is. This is a cane here. There my stumble up a week. PAC twelve championship. 'cause the conference. We the Rose Bowl prefers time team like Minnesota has never been there. You know all that sort stuff. That's what type of coach you have. We're programmed that deserve to be mentioned in week in and week out and top eight in all of this. BCS Post BCS era. We need to be mentioned every single week in the cop eight every week. We need to be in the topic and that's not happening and I think what happens is when the season starts we always start all gonna be great in each poem from bottom out in the next thing you know we hold on for dear life Pat Haden made a little bit of a mistake. Glenn Swan made a huge mistake. His was huge because he extended extended him instead of just letting it run. Its course I extending Pat Haden mistakes little because he hired and at the time the team was rallying around we also like okay. You know all right. Let's get this is stability here. Let's just stabilize the program coming off. You know coming off the lane. Let's just this things stabilized. Can we go to the Rose Bowl. We win not bad double back down on the con bowl okay but then when you extending instead of just letting you become a lame duck because if Elaine duckie and he goes five and seven you can keep it once once you extended him anywhere five seven you stuck now you know I hear. It's a twenty million dollar alibi out. You know these schools you know. They like spending money but they don't like giving money away and when you think about it you gotTa Give Him Twenty his staff whatever they get then you gotta bring a new staff and dropped another fifty on that so it's Kinda like oh no. Even though they make a whole lot of money they still got people in their ear. Though the cows and stuff making business no I. I'm sure they don't want to spend the money but today also WanNa Win National Champs. They want to be back at the top of the conference. They want to be in the mix like like you said key of those those four five eight ten teams that we talk about every single week. And they're not I. I will say this about Hilton. You you said you said the word stability. They needed this. They they needed. They didn't need to be bad or mediocre the way that they've been the last couple of years but they needed they needed to have a football program that didn't Have Lane Kiffin or Sark or and the drama associated with those guys they needed a guy. There was just a really solid guide to come in and get this thing back to where it is right now. Which is okay now? Let's go fix the football portion of this. Yeah and that is true. You just want to stabilize the situation. Now you stabilized situation you take the band can't eight off and you could stitch it up real good in silly but you know what I mean my okay. Well you don't WanNa remind who do you want. Every time somebody had mentioned the name GonNa love it. So what the hell do you want. I don't WanNa remind what do you want. Can I throw this in there. Real quick would you as an se guy would. Would you be happy Jack. Del Rio job. I would absolutely be happy. I would want him to hire the right staff Bringing the right coaches he's bringing in The right strength and conditioning coach the right. Just write everything and I'd be. I'd be jumping for joy because I think he understand Dan. You know you hear this all the time you understand the culture of what. USC football is all about now. Obviously Nebraska made a mistake. In in my opinion the fire Mike Riley to go get the greatest Nebraskan Sun ever. It's got frost because they figured Oh he can stabilize the program. He could do that well. Program with being stabilized. There's a different different. Our program is stabilized. But it's not winning at the level in which we want it so it's a little bit different from that because every time a former player takes over assume everybody thinks that it's automatically going to be successful and that's not necessarily the case. Jack I think is is all with. It's not a vacation for him. Some coaches you know you hire some of these dudes. It becomes a vacation less miles at high Kansas coach man. Let's face it many on vacation. You know you're GONNA. We enter the new eighty for him games a year. He's good. He's got his money. Yeah he's got you know Kansas though what are you gonNa do. I mean that's not a a different animal altogether altogether. Because that's when you have. I'm just saying when you have coaches on their last. Stop An coaching tenure. You're not getting that. If you hire Jack Jack del Rio now. I think you're getting a guy who understands what. USC football is all about. And I believe if the if that was something that they wanted he would want honey. It's not one of those deals. Where two three four or five years ago? He was sitting there when they talked about any interview. He was Kinda like well. You know. I don't know if I WANNA do it. I still got an opportunity as a pro. Oh Job I think when this is opened up at the level of this opening up that in there may not be a whole lot of traction in the NFL as a head coach right now it makes all the sense in the world from a timing standpoint. We'll have an answer by the time we get to Monday. You will be back in that chair. Have a happy thanksgiving. We'll see on Monday. I carried a certain. He said you know we're going to do next. Chelsea would pull back the pigskin. That's coming up now. We get to pull it back on a football Thursday which which is coming up tomorrow as much as Turkey and potato traffic. There are two games to not going to do L. Z.. Like that we will like ignorant. Purdue we reels we will skip the bears and the Lions because bears and lions but they will be game to note that the lions tradition of hosting Thanksgiving still alive and well. It is and the tradition of not watching. It is also going strong. Let's go to the other team. That always plays on Thanksgiving. The Dallas cowboys voiced their six and five. They have not played good football in the better part of about a couple of months. The Buffalo Bills are eight and three and I don't think anybody thinks that they're actually good team. The weird situation impart. Because the quarterbacks numbers aren't eye-popping and typically we associate big numbers with teams that are good and because of that. We are overlooking things at the bills. Do really well control the football. Run the football. The defense is legit is for real. And they didn't get blowed. I by the Patriots Patriots. No I mean they were as far as the cowboys I mean Jason Garrett is I guess you could say. He's coaching for his job. But it seemed like his job it because see they play has more stability than than Jason geared. Right now I I really do think if the bills get to nine and three and the cowboys lose this game keep in mind is a big deal. It's Thanksgiving thanksgiving. The cowboys always play at home on Thanksgiving. It's a game that the entire country watch cowboys are always under a microscope. But this is even another level above that if the bills also beat them. I think that Jason Garrick shown the door because Jerry Jones said earlier this week. That's not he's never been like that with Jason Garrett before in the middle of the season that is new territory the Nigerian not just at though all the shade Rosh throats my Detroit lions. They haven't won anything of importance since the nineties. I was in college. Somebody's time the cowboys mattered. It's been a long long time in a long time all right. Let's go to the night game on Thanksgiving. Thanks giving the saints. And the Falcons one of the weirdest games of the year was just a couple of weeks ago. Where the Falcons beat up New Orleans in New Orleans the saints get a chance for a rematch? You know it's both these teams have a little bit of Jekyll and Hyde aspect to them. The saints have been more consistent in terms of winning. But are you really surprised anymore when they serve up a stinker thinker Tortilla shouldn't lose to 'cause they're gonNA kind of weird right it. They should've lost last week. You know it's just a misfield. I don't get this team. They have a lot of town uh obviously they have a hall of fame QB. I don't think they're a superb team. That's destined for both because you can't depend on it and you know it's interesting they're going to get a first round bye. Think they're gonNA finish with either either the number one or the number two seed in the NFC. And I don't think that I have any sort of faith in them to get to the Super Bowl at all if it runs through their own building. I mean they've they've got a lot of good players but having seen them a couple of times there. There are some vulnerabilities there that I don't see in Seattle that I don't see with San Francisco. I know they got that guy you know. They got drew brees and Michael Thomas but feels like they're they're more than an eight team should feel ninety two team. I should say I got a rematch. Let's move to Sunday the browns and the steelers as we all know last time. This is a game that is just a rematch of Goggin clubbed over the head with a helmet after being slurred allegedly but rather a steelers dealers team that is holding on by their fingernails to a playoff spot and browns team. That has played better football for the last few weeks. This is absolutely hilarious. That as bad as the Cleveland browns have looked better part of this entire season. You Look at the AFC north you look at the AMC in general and they're still right there there in a three game win streak. They win the game against the steelers. They leapfrogged them for second place into the sea. North is absolutely doesn't make any sense at all we assume that once myles Garrett there was suspended that this was going to be the end they play Miami. That's not a good barometer. Obviously this one would be the way. You're right about Miami. But they looked as good as they've looked all season again giant asterisk in that it was Miami but at least they looked crisp going into this game and they look momentum's a real thing. Momentum is a real thing and right now they've got got it and the steelers are kind of an inconsistent group all season long so we'll see how that one goes will come up to the rams and the cardinals will get into that next segment a little more indepth but right now all way to Baltimore nine into Lamar Jackson. VP At this point going up against the team with the best record in football the ten in one Cisco Forty if this is going to be a fascinating fascinating game because you have argued the games best defense versus the gains Michael Jordan. And I think what you're going to find out. Is that the Ravens. I'm more than just Lamar Jackson. I would not be surprised if we see. Mark Ingram have a repeat performance against the forty niners. Because they're so concerned about all the things that are march as it can do. That's going allow Ingram have more space and lay some would out. I would not be surprised if there's another blowout. Even though the niners defense is legit you know what's interesting about this one to me. WHOEVER LOSES I'm not gonNA feel that much differently about him? You know what I mean if let take your pick. Let's Say San Francisco goes in there and doesn't have a great deal. Success about Lamar Jackson. It's not going to be one of those you know. The niners aren't getting the niners are good and get done by. Lamar Jackson getting lied. Exactly the opposite is true as well. San Francisco's in there and does a good job against Moore. I'm not gonNA think okay. They figured out. Lamar Jackson no no no. It just means that San Francisco's really good and that ten one record is legit and if the Ravens fall of ninety three. I still think they're the best team in that house you're intelligent and understand nuance and you don't see the world is black and white but trust if the niners go in and contain Lamar Jackson the narrative is GonNa be funny face a defense that figured him out this defense. This is how you stop Lamar. Lamar Jackson. All the other teams were in his good. But now here's the blueprint trust. That will be the narrative it. You're probably right won't be the truth but it won't be the true Kansas City the chiefs seven. Four the raiders. Trying to get back inside the line there in the drug category at this point the number of fans and listeners that I have Komo social page and say please stop talking. Crap about the raiders. Please stop talking bad about my team. Well you know what. Stop losing to the New York. Manos thirty you won't watch thirty one points. You won't get blowed out against the cheese in Kansas City and don't get mad at me because you're not as good as your record suggests that you are look at your differential your scoring differential tells you who you are the Kansas City chiefs coming into the season where the team that you looked at and said you know what they're the next team in the AFC. Hey Tom Brady. I know just won the Super Bowl last year. I know that they're ten and one. I'm not crazy but it felt like Patrick. Mahomes in that offense was going to be the next big thing in that half. Obviously the Mark Jackson Jackson has kind of leapfrogged them into that position. Chiefs are still really good. I I know that their record is seven and four and their two and three at home. This is one of the great home field advantages and football bowl. There are two and three at home which is pretty weird for a Kansas City team. I still think they're really good and I still would not be surprised to see them. AFC Championship game. No absolutely not because they have the rainy. MVP because of that offense when it comes to the raiders. Yeah you can look at the chiefs defense and go. Oh well. The defense isn't very good where you're often isn't that dominant see it's not like you're gonNA begashaw into the entire game now. Let's go to Monday night. Football the see how this was the game. That's supposed to help the rams no matter what happened now. It's just a game for whoever might have have an inside track in the NFC that you are wrong. Because if the if the Vikings lose all of a sudden now there's one game separating the the rams for a playoff spot no to what do you mean it will be too depending on. What the Rams stupid? I'm assuming the rams are going to win this game so they have I five losses the Vikings. We'll have four. That's one game. That's a lot of assuming were three hundred. Summons I'm assuming I don't mean six rams are GonNa win six. I'm assuming the Vikings are going to lose and I'M GONNA sue. Jesus take the wheel earlier. We talked about the Ravens. We talk about the forty niners. I don't think you I have to squint. Your eyes to come up with a theory that the seahawks are the best team in football. I really don't I know that they're not the sexiest team. I know that there are certainly not the most fun team to watch. They're they're actually kind of the opposite of that. They're not a lot of fun to watch you. Watch that game against Philly ugly ugly. There's nothing pretty about it. They win. They win they win in the win win and they got number three and they got Pete Carroll at a good combination it is. It's just the rams at home got blowed out by the by the Ravens blowed out the rams on the road against Seattle loss. Because Greg Mr Phil go by a couple of inches that's hard for me to look pass to call Seattle the best team all right. There is your pullback pigskin and of course we did not get into the rams. They're on the road they're gonNA be in your other backyard in Phoenix this week. Don't look now Kyla Murray's pretty fast to what Sean mcvay going to do about it that's next.

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When Centrelink takes your tax return

The Signal

15:34 min | 1 year ago

When Centrelink takes your tax return

"This is an A._B._C. podcast. I was like a run out. It was like after work because running around my my neighborhood I brought my phone with me because I wanted to listen to a podcast or something and the phone call for they would even tell me who they were. They were asking for my personal information and I remember the first time I got quite angry about it. They I was saying okay. You're asking for this information but who why you. Where are you calling from you? What do you want from me? I'm Stephen Stockwell dime ruby jeans and this is A._B._C. Reporter. Tom Joyner a heart pounding in your chest when you get these schools because it's kind of scary these people demanding personal information without explaining the person on the other end of the line that day was a the debt collector and they would chasing almost nine thousand dollars that sent a link said that thome was over paid. Tom is one of about half a million. Australians have been court in the government's automated debt recovery system of the last three years you might know it as Roy debt and it's been criticized for being unfair and sometimes inaccurate and now the opposition is saying that it should be scrapped thrown the signal have Tom's tax return was used by assembling debt that he thinks he doesn't in the Federal Court case that could bring the robot bonet system down is one from the fifth of March two thousand eighteen I think I think that's just over a year ago now. Tom Got a letter yeah so in employment income confirmation is the title of this letter. We have information from the I.. T. O.. It was from Santa Link and it asked home for some payslips from the jobs that he had in two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen when he was on youth allowance when he was a student at the time I was working at a hotel some of the time as the receptionist so to call them up <hes> I worked backpack is doing a similar sort of thing <hes> I had a few like <hes> odd jobs here and there so it took me like several months I think to get together and by the time I did. I had moved to Calgary to start this job so there's like I said Lincoln Calgary down the road and just kinda printed it all out there was probably like in half an inch of of paper that I took to the officer and I handed over they then had to manually scan it and then I kind of left in the hands so at once Tom handed over his payslips slips. He waited pretty confident that he'd reported everything right at the time and that would be it and then finally on the twenty fifth of September two thousand eighteen a letter titled Overpayment and just I've need up <hes> and it just looks Kinda like a bill. All like it's account payable is like it looks like a build. It's like a logo in the top left with the Bach odes sin link on the top right in a big blackbox due dates twenty four th of October two thousand eighteen amount payable eight thousand eight hundred twenty nine dollars and sixty eight cents as my like selling Griffin's number number nine grand and one month to pay so the date of this yeah. It's exactly a month so I have to pay eight thousand eight hundred twenty nine dollars and sixty eight cents and it's shocking I think I think I remember I was visiting family or something in career like my mom's side my family's from Korea so I was overseas and <hes> I remember like my hot like leaving on my chest because it is it you feel like totally <hes>. There's no real warning this is going to happen. I mean you know that you've gotten these <hes> letters earlier in the year asking you to confirm you but you think you know I'll supply my payslips. It'll be fine. They'll they'll figure They'll understand but then you get this bill and it's like it's like imagine the feeling you get when you get like an up to spill or or like a phone bill and you've got thousands thousands and thousands of dollars over your monthly <hes> limit and that's kind of feeling except these times when this nine thousand dollars that is a pretty scary money yes so he asked. Santa linked to check if it was right and while they were checking it his debt was paused <hes> by that pause ended before the review was finished so all those calls from the debt collectors started by the second call. I had figured out who it was because I'd received a letter in the mail from a debt collector so I could kind of play along but it's like you heart's pounding in your chest when you get these colds because it it's kind of scary these people demanding your personal information mation without expanding to they are so after link had a look at Tom's debt. They actually ended up cutting it by almost three grant which right but he still didn't think that it was right so he asked them to take another look and that's happening at the moment. It's still ongoing in the meantime. Tom Like most people has vowed his tax return. My lightest in interaction with soundlink was a a few days ago when I called them on the phone because I had like a lot of people around the country filled out my tax return and send it off and was expecting a few thousand dollars in my tax return because that's what the estimation come out on the website but then I got a letter saying on my way of saying saying that that money had been taken by send link to. I assume pay down my robot so I was. I was thinking that copyright like this is still technically in claiming to be under review scholley. Send link would white until their internal review is concluded before they start taking my tax refund. When I called up the lady was quite indignant on the phone and she said that basically too bad like you know if we if we find that in the result overview that we're wrong. We'll give you the money back but too bad for the moment so at the moment you just <hes> you don't have your tax return. We don't no if you will be able to get your tax return and you don't know what the results of the review into the debt that you don't believe that you are will be correct <music>. I should add like I got a coal from a guy that was kind of Nice and more understanding channing he would be like a review officer and he said that them taking Stanley taking my tax return was an era and that it would be fixed but that was like last wake still haven't heard anything more from him. I haven't got the tax return. I still in the doc about this. I've awesome to pause my until February next year so this is kind of get united the scale of these takes years to go through these processes <music> <music> so Tommy is not the only person that this is happening to and we were having to speak to someone I'm on from the Department of Human Services that hasn't happened but they did send us a statement. It says that people should context link if they have concerns about Rolodex right but for some reason just feel like that's GonNa come. The opposition's attacks on the system robot. Did System is causing untold hardship it seriously malfunctioning. Functioning just relying on Algorithms and automated systems taking out the human factor just giving people a number without explaining how it's been arrived at reversing the honest asking to be able to go back and find financial records twenty years ago. It's causing to much hardship and on famous if you make one hundred thousand mistakes I oh. I think Tom's up isn't it. You've got to go back to the door and board so that's lab is human services spokesman. Bill Shorten speaking yesterday and he was talking after this story story that was on seven thirty about a guy called Bruce mcardle so even after Bruce died centurylink was still chasing his family for the debt that essentially said that he awed yeah and the Minister Stewart Robert did apologize for the notices that was sent to the Machado family he also said then not about to drop these program we have since July Twenty fifteen recovered one point nine billion dollars were saying dejected of the eight hundred thousand income compliance reviews since one July. I twenty sixteen that have been finalized. Eighty percents have resulted in. I'd it being elected percents. This government like all governments has lawful responsibility to collect way out citizens have mismatched what they said that in versus versus what through the tax return they'd be shown to basically what is happening here is that the government has an automated system that averages at your annual income and then compares it to what you've reported sending and those numbers don't add up in the way that they expect then they he the bill now that whole approach has been criticized but some people saying saying it doesn't really work with the fortnightly fluctuations students for example have from a casual income which is what the settling payments right to the calculated from you take annual. Dada and you ever did add across the year and you cannot possibly from that nowhere that in a given Ford Gnawed. Somebody was entitled to assimilate benefit. I love it. Just doesn't allow you to write you conclusion and that's essentially will we. I Q and that's why wayside not only unfair. It's also ideal Joe. Townsend is the program manager economic and Social Rights at Victoria League allied. He's been getting calls from people who've been worried about these rod by debts pretty much since the system started three years ago so we hearing the people find it adds to the stress of living on very small income. I'm living on that out on the Sand Lake income we hearing people particularly shocked when I get colds from debt collectors to whom handling his given ditz it's to collect their instances as you know in which people have been expecting techs return and found that that's been garnished and that's in some instances money that I've been counting on to get them through the next is wakes months and and I've been quite shocked to find beyond that they're not gonNa have the benefit of that money so as Joe mentioned inventory. Legalize doesn't actually think what the government is doing here is legal right and to test has that idea they've got two cases before the federal court ones from D. Mato and the other one's from Madeleine masterton the metal ones. It's really interesting because since it was won't sentencing because actually what a debt although she's proceeding with the case to prove a point and the case that they're running on behalf of Deanna is actually really similar to Tom's case <music> Susannah <unk> she was studying into multiple casual jobs and the casual income that she received in US jobs of course was not evenly for not by Fort Non so win thinly grabbed the Australian taxation office dot on average that it looked. o'clock she had failed to declare some of income in fact way gun except that she has a substantial data and noah standing that she ultimately had text retained Ganesh by sin. Link sheedy was very upset angry. Ah The fact that they took texture Tan and so she's decided that she wants to the shoe these federal court action to test whether this is actually I mean when it comes to the garnishing of a tax return <unk>. He's legal is certainly provisions in the legislation for for settling to pursue a tax return they can garnish money from a range of different tools and has various other enforcement powers Alice and that's why we say that it's really important that the bay a rigorous process of working out whether didn't exist in the first splice that we're not opposed to the idea that that can quit using an algorithm that could use modern efficient public administration with data matching and the lock but D._C.'s now view a flawed and unfair algorithm a Florida and Andrzej prices and it shouldn't be allowed to continue this is super interesting because they basically testing whether or not sinn link is allowed to dock your tax return when you've got one of these cases successful the could stop stop these happening to other people certainly has the potential to shed light on the fact that there are questions about the lawfulness <music> offer evidence that the product does delegation the way running. Is that RUB it. It needs to be rethought. What we would say is whether or not the challenge ultimately succeeds Disney on Venus in thrived at process should be rethought because waysides we sites bad public administration it hasn't admitted impact on profoundly disadvantaged members of the community? I think the thing is the government government says the systems working because the people that they chase paying up but I guess we don't know if those people legitimately cash or maybe just like Tom. They just get worn wound down by this process G. Reckon that you're ever going to get that money back. I'm not hopeful I think I've had pretty bad experience with settling so far <hes> and I've spoken to so many people selling now that it's Kinda starting to Gripe on me and I'm starting to get exhausted about the whole thing. My attitude is kind of moving towards like even if this is all wrong. Maybe I should just cut it on the Chin and and pay the debt so we'll go away which I mentioned. I'm probably one of the more fortunate people you know like I can imagine there and we've read countless stories about how robot affects people boo and I can only imagine people followed fortunate than me who be struggling a lot more with this kind of years long battle with the federal government and can only be much autism <music>. That's all from us today. If you want to get in touch anytime stocking I both on twitter or you can send us an email the signal at A._B._C. Dot net. Can't you and we'll be back in your fate tomorrow right. You've been listening to an A._B._C..

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Maurice Hurst / Raiders stadium to host 2020 Las Vegas Bowl

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

26:02 min | 1 year ago

Maurice Hurst / Raiders stadium to host 2020 Las Vegas Bowl

"Like I said to bring a right calf people here we think that can build championship football team because the most loyal fans in the world and I know it hurts that we might not be the Oakland raiders forever but we are still raider nation I think it's going to be journal Dot Com but as we've been getting closer look with the team and ot as we talk here on a Wednesday afternoon and I gotta ask Michael who have you been most with our raiders beat writer Michael Belkin and Adam Hills joining us also as well and it is time for another edition of the Vegas Nation podcast brought to you by S. T. N.'s eighteen fifty yard touchdown pass from Derek Carr and then there are a couple of defenders that I think have been real standouts so far this spring a one that Michael was able to get with mohur defensive tackle for the raiders so you can always find this podcast online at review journal Dot com slash podcast and you can subscribe there's mandatory minicamp and we'll see if the Jon Gruden has raised you all three days sometimes coaches let players out daily based on good behavior boards mobile stations casinos we have got a lot to talk about today from Ota's wrapping up to news with the raiders. Las Vegas Stadium and we also have an interview Vegas nation on any platform you find your podcast drop us a comment let us know what you think we'd love to hear from you but first of all Michael how are you doing I'm doing is a veteran edition in lamarcus joyner someone who predominantly played safety the past few seasons with the La Rams he's working mainly I wanna say solely the veteran editions intelligency between Tokyo Brown Tara Williams who seems each time the media is out there for a seven on seven periods could be particularly intense this year we don't know with the TV show stuff still will still find all that out but looking forward to you know this impressed by at this phase of the off-season probably I don't WanNa say Tony Brown just because everyone knows he's the best then there's the goal from from then until late August primarily July when Napa training camp begins. Well Adam will you be to help answer on and then as blitzer off the edge and so we'll see exactly the impact that he can make but here in the spring raiders are really encouraged by him L. O. J.'s just about wrapped up then things are going to be accelerating pretty quickly to the quiet period where next week on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday what I've seen solely at nickel cornerback and Paul Guenther Israel encouraged by what he brings in that respect the guys certainly for at least one of the Ot as and now as we as Michael said only you know a little bit left and then training camp eats which that's when things get really intense and a bit intensity and then a law for the raiders as Michael Sain and then training camp kicking off late next month right and so we will always bring you all that coverage too us on any further off season workout activities. I mean we are negotiating and figuring all those things out right now so I hope to be up there it was it was a cool experience and then there's a rookie in the secondary who is acting like a veteran and that's Jonathan Abram the first round pick number twenty seven overall player on this team but certainly he's one of the first names who comes to mind I would probably say him and also you know a few which not only as someone who's a veteran who speed who understands coverage con satisfied lamarcus joyner also as a knack for run fits and just the way he so communicative you know making the calls interacted with teammates this is a guy who has already earned the respect in this locker Shen he opened the spring scene work with the second team unit he was elevated for the most recent practice that was available to media on Tuesday essence the draft that the raiders went after players with character people who could step up to the plate and they're going to need that with this very young defensive unit I know that you had the opportunity to meet with Paul Gutter during the press conference opportunities on Tuesday Michael and they he had said something along the lines of enable to mold in some sense for him is the upside of having the opportunity to work with some of these young players and be able to mold them zip he's having that type of spring where people are really excited about you'll be able to do as an immediate contributer in two thousand in one thousand nine that's something that we've been talking about all gone through mentioned on Tuesday you're able to have higher level conversations about the defense implementing or you're installing you know certain certain asks steer was definitely his hardest when it came to coaching a defensive unit and this year being his second one he's got players now that he's been six of what's being done here in the spring you're able to have higher level conversations with players about it because they understand the basics are far more advanced into the in general it's easier your to an assistant for players than it is your one and for coaches that apply as well because in this is something that sort of leap they're young players are able to make in their development and ultimately it's difficult to say just how improved they were this time last year because of course if played a full season under it and so just having that comfort goes a long way then we start talking about guys like you know PG it's Breyer is rare I even be talking about a guy who could have a case for it but in terms of Jonathan Abram and what the raiders expect out of 'em starting opposite call jobs eight more talent all those things but is it mature enough in terms of the talent on this team for this defense to be middle of the road were they know what to expect they understand what a training camp is like what a regular season schedule looks like and what it feels like on a Monday morning waking up after a Sunday junior tj hall arden key all defensive linemen who were drafted in two thousand eighteen by the raiders and all of them played a three in the precedent is for a rookie being a captain I don't know the last time that was when Derek Carr was a captain in two thousand fourteen but it's nick converted wide receiver at six and then you want to toss it in evanger dose two thousand seventeen third round pick defensive tackle from Ucla who not a Lotta guys that have to prove themselves this year so there's a lot riding on them there's definitely you know set spots right now so in that room with all these young guys of physician group that's trying to learn and I think that's really helpful besides paying this defense is because we don't really know what those jumps exactly are until we see training camp players actually on pads preseason the opportunity to really understand his role this year may help this defense tremendously Michael What did you and Mo- have a chat about gently September nine for the start of the regular season so it's a Paul Guenther has reason to be optimistic that the defense is porn in the right direction team speed you'd better whatever that may be that you know the jury is still out there well let's go ahead and get into this interview that you had with Mojo I he's somebody that that I think can make huge strides this year not that he already hadn't performed well last year but I just think like you're mentioning but being with Gunther and having and what have you coolmax trade things accelerated from a workload standpoint you take those three draft picks who had offseason out to develop you add another we touched a little bit or on a number of things but certainly what is that what that is and that defensive line room because over a high number of snaps and certainly in the case of Arden key and even pj hall you know playing more than the team would have liked going into the season but injuries again Jelly invented I mean a lot of guys have really proved themselves on the field yet a lot of us all and and you know like you mentioned we're GonNa talk to Mow Verse Junior later you have guys you're just comfortable with being in the NFL as well in your rookie in NFL it didn't seem like it was too big for you either you seem to handle it really well veterans impressed with the way that you have dealt with the rhythms takeout having to think too much and just play fast specifically where you see non this offseason just speed and strength and China yes in college it's a little bit different so just having a complete understanding of of what they're trying to do what you know we're running back lines up high not my linemen how can I draft picks on the defensive line between including rural the number floor Ross election the Max crosby in the fourth round than seventh round pick Quinn Bell didn't play at all at season because of tornadoes yell it's this is a young group it's a hungry group in our interview over sooner starts at the question exactly what is it like right now with that too that just brings competitiveness and we'll makes you work harder it makes you thought there and bring it yeah last season as fast as life can be it's like Cleveland he's a Clemson guy his experience as a guy who's been it he's done it like he's he didn't college level not GonNa take any crap from anybody and that's that's his mentality that's him as a person yours really cool coach always GonNa give you the truth and always gonNA beyond your guys with room what have been in your early impressions from working under him here in the spring I mean he doesn't take any a game and just different aspects of how to take care their body how to be professional all those scenes and so the raiders are probably GonNa be defined defensively by what the medical staff you know they have a good idea you know what you've gone through near what areas you need to work on you know what's going to help you be as successful as possible expect what's coming in you know Kinda ahead of time sort of what I'm GonNa get linkages like increasing your like you increase in the mouth of something on the into this off season one is coach Princeton buckner he's a he's a young guy and it gets part of the reason another coaching staff seems like he really connect with sounds like stability and I'm trying to get loose and strong this all around is being myself as a little bit better than last year just making those steps uncut com he's been a great player he's had to down year we spent her you know he's he's done and he's done basically everything that any of us here's through fifteen show backup not as at fifty five and struggling with weight so I mean he's he keeps a real he's done everything he's been everywhere he's CBS so The what you put on the field is your resume several person off the field but on the in that first season Avi seen just him day to day being meeting with an MBA practice deal with them would call your dude up in Alameda for the raiders and then again the mini camp that we discuss happens in Alameda from June eleventh until the thirteenth and then following that the team's training camp will take place at the end of July and as we sit here doing this podcast I just received a press release and something that you tweeted about yesterday Michael that the raiders pre ah inflow of the NFL season for you that experience what's the difference year to year one what was your biggest takeaway canoes when he was in nfl so you get to see him actually get to see the strides that you made as player he'll tell us like he went for your coming season so I think is really helpful to have a baseline have people that kind of know you and understanding player I want to ask you about a couple of new edition it's cold even in the summer yeah that's I'll pass on that but listen it's a good experience the raiders you know our team that has to travel internationally season schedule is now set in week three when they take on the packers they will be doing this in Winnipeg Adam you have some experience with traveling to Winnipeg are you looking forward to it so maybe that helps a little bit to prepare I have no idea you're looking for something it's preseason we know that although this is a very important preseason game it's you know the quote unquote dress rehearsal all the way across the ocean but that's something I suppose you can point to it's the preseason though I think last year at correct me if I'm wrong Michael that the raiders were I want to say the we do in the NFL level does that just give him more credibility when he's delivering a message to you guys different I mean he he showed us him plan trying to get our you know get our numbers right and get our technique ride and I think there's a lot of guys on our honor the second most traveled team on the season that they had over something like thirty five thousand miles logged and travel just during the season which would to play it it's I don't think you take a whole lot of it but I think you look for what could this represent it teaches you how to travel internationally I guess it's not it's a little different than flying on their franken field baseball football turf that they share with the Oakland Athletics Strenu- overlap between the major league baseball in terms of going to Canada I think they're being paid for it and then there's also the fact that five hundred thousand dollars of rent they'll be saving on there just that relationship and that comfort how much of that is the driving force in terms of selecting Arbor and continue training there exactly yeah I mean it's usually between the strength staff and making those tries to be better in every area possibly helpful your body well but to work with the department diagnose your body as well stadium lease at natwest now call the ringcentral coliseum so there's some financial aspects to it and they also wanted not to play two preseason games mm say you really respect that when someone's going to be honest with you you know not really hold back then just tell you how it is so you know it's really great house like that I have not I was at the hotels for it and they're pretty much only like airport hotels in I dunno I got a good one that he tend to have to travel more in the raiders travel more than any other team in the NFL this year and that was before they willingly chose to play in Canada in so I got a good one for you don't worry about it we can talk about it off the air but we had we had one last year that had a water park the pool area was fantastic with a slight and everything yeah it was great off-topic but when I was a little kid we like a times would go on vacation I think there was like one or two times maybe we're like there'd be a water lied at like the pool area and I never went down enough inciting as an adult I like this weird thing I really WanNa go down and one but it probably won't be social it's twenty second and then the seahawks raiders will travel to Seattle for that game to round out the preseason schedule August twenty ninth and I guess sources season schedule we have week one versus the Rams August tenth than August Fifteenth Game will take place in Arizona against the Cardinals Green Bay Packers Winnipeg Oh for for this video doesn't work in a podcast we'll find a way to put it out there I'll let you borrow my kid but you know I don't know if there's a height requirement but he's only so there's there's that and I think there was some financial aspects too wide the raiders chose to make this plan say that for this Green Bay packers game as we wrap this up the there's currently valor FCC game that evening and work has to be done to move it but from Cleveland the number three overall pick and that's your first round peg is on you any rookie you know there's there's challenges that come with things right counting how he wants to do everything right they always going to be supposedly he was supposed to be there you know that's the traits have someone who's ready thirty two inches tall right now so just looks fun it's Canada so it's different measurements we're fine we're good so as we round out the raiders he'll put an MLS stadium as the focal point of a project but they'll be casinos and condos and everything else that's different project we learned late last night I mean we did as well but about right when you're when you're going to London Yeah and you're in your west coast team you know all these teams who were playing the west coast so that's the project downtown that is a new cashman project we've seen the artist's renderings of it it's fantastic but that is a developer that really just wants to land from the city name the traditional you know the game where you see the stars the most so we'll see how how that all works out but the raiders needed spot You know they had this one open and they want that we could be seeing a major league soccer team here and sharing that stadium well very valid first of all you know for those that are like wait a minute I thought mls was already planning on some sort of a Oh God but pro respect those that was Mojo I defensive tackle further raiders. Ota's wrap up this week the NFL season in so That is part of it for the raiders and so there are a number of reasons as to why they did what he did you've been Winnipeg Michael could ever go through you know and so he's a great resource you can talk to someone that understands the game inside now I've lost impressions from but I think it'd be cool my thought is if it's Bill Foley against you know out of town developer I'm thinking fully has some has and unlv over at the new stadium I think it'd be very cool I think there's a lot of logistics to figure out and again you're going to have a team kind of you know to share thank you know that's pass Winnipeg listen lovely we found a very nice coffee shop and that's about it as a rookie just getting that experience getting on the field you know often tonight and a little bit mortgage dolphins is trying to do to you you can you know maybe take a little bit of a lead in the race to bring him to Las Vegas an interesting development could be certainly mls to go along with the raiders Here the Review Journal we reported that the Golden Knights Owner Bill Foley is also very interested in bringing the MLS Las Vegas he wants to do it at the Raiders Stadium you guys know what you're doing in terms of getting people to the Games running an event making a spectacle that people want to be a part of I would have to think that that project will atom I had to bring you here today because we need to talk about what's going on with the Raiders Stadium here there's a chance that the possibility that a ls team a major league soccer team could come to Vegas and then share the Las Vegas Stadium with UNLV and the raiders what is how valid is this talk leaves around three hundred fifty three games have UNLV football to take into account so I don't know that as of right now we can logistically is that we have three hundred and sixty five days a year to fill in the stadium we will hopefully be using it for eight regular season dates plus all of our playoff games so that figure how we would all work out but sharing that stadium I think for the raiders is probably a a huge deal then now we have an announcement yesterday it'd be cool article that Grainy Ben Goats wrote that's on the cover of the Review Journal Sports Page as of today Wednesday it says from Mark Davis Idiom is really going to bring a lot to this town when you look at it Oh for sure and you know it's going to be different events all the time that announced we we need to get used to this in Las Vegas go get after you're you're doing what he's expecting you do if you're not not shown them you want to be there you know you want to be successful the show I just looked right now on twitter as I'm speaking to make sure that I'm not saying anything that's false but right now the rumor is that the lion doors twos you don't have to go outside into the Cold Winnipeg air this'll be great we got we got plenty of recommendations for you so that was a little kid we probably I mean probably hey mark but dean was a part of this that the Las Vegas Bowl will also have a

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