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"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
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"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I like that pick. Who do you got, Craig? I wouldn't accept money from Michael Pittman this year. I don't want anything to do with that. That was your number one guy last year. That was that was your the pendulum. You're my true love last year. Yeah, it was. It didn't exactly work out. Not exactly his fault. I still think he's a good player, but I just I don't love Anthony Richardson on the ground is maybe the best running quarterback we've ever seen through the air. He might be the worst. And I don't like anything I've seen in the preseason from Richardson passing. This offense on the Colts this year feels like the Bears last year. It's going to be like running the Navy offense. I don't want anything to do with Michael Pittman. He's way too expensive. Also, you didn't mention this piece of Pittman. I mean, not not the most durable guy. And Richardson has a couple of those throws like I'm wide open over the middle. Now I'm jumping up for the pass that's over my head and I'm getting blasted by safety. Stay away. So I really wanted to take Jonathan Taylor here. But there is the McCaffrey 2022 trade possibility where all of a sudden he's on some awesome team and somebody has him for 19 bucks and fears. So I'm not taking him. So I was really proud of this pick. It's Kadarius Toney. So there's three outcomes for a fantasy receiver like Kadarius Toney, right? One is he just never lives up to the hype and it's just super disappointing and you just regret that you take him. The second is that it's amazing and it actually works out. And he plays 16 weeks, including the playoffs, when you need him those last three. And it's just you struck while you hit a home run. And then there's the third one, which is the worst, which is the guy who tempts you, he tantalizes you with two or three weeks where he has like in week four, he has six catches for 190 yards and three TDs. You're like, oh, my God, I did it. I fucking landed on the moon with Kadarius Toney. And then in week seven, the red flags up. And then it's like he missed an injury rehab session. He's been suspended by the team for 72 hours and then he misses week eight. And then there's another injury. And then now he's just hogging my roster spot because I have no idea if he's going to come back or not. But he was the guy that had 190 yards in week three. So I have to hold on. I don't want it. I'm out. I'm just out. I don't want to deal with it. I still dream about I still dream about his game against Dallas in 2020. I believe it was week four. He had like 150 yards. He looked like the best receiver I've ever seen in my life. That one. I still think about that game and I still hope to get there one day. You know what? Kadarius Toney is a drug. He's kind of like Salvia. He distorts time because Craig and DK talk about Kadarius Toney's greatness, like Michael Thomas's greatness, except, you know, Salvia, it's like 10 minutes. It feels like three hours. I'm like, dude, he had two good games like two years ago. And I'm just I'm completely he was also like the third most important player on the Chiefs in the Super Bowl. Mind you. And she won them the game. The Chiefs played him for like five steps in the game. He was in two weeks to prep him for the game. Oh, my. Don't even get me started. You know what he is? What? He's the new Josh Gordon. I mean, different, different issues, but he's just so tantalizing and teams talk themselves into him. And you just I just don't trust it. I don't hear Josh Gordon, but he's allowed to play. But he just does it anyway. This this category is called I wouldn't take him even if he was free. He practically is. You can get him for a dollar or two. Who cares? It's worth a flyer. But it's a gateway drug. This is the problem with the Chiefs, DK, as I look at them big picture, because I talked about this Lombardi on Sunday, but I picked them in the Super Bowl last year. And the theory was their receivers are just good enough and Mahomes is so great and their offensive line is going to be good that he'll make it work. But now I feel like we've passed the point of no return to the to the degree that if they don't hit with Tony or one of their rookies doesn't actually, like, blossom into a major, major dude who's catching the ball than Kelsey? I cannot figure it out. Who's that? What receiver do you trust the most than the Chiefs? Probably Sky Moore, but again, we haven't really seen him yet. You know, he played in the Super Bowl. Yeah, he he lined up wrong in the Super Bowl and still caught a touchdown. But to me, yeah, I think so. The curious Tony thing is more of a bit than us being actually serious, but he I will say the way he moves is very, totally a bit. He's he does. He has rarely watch him play. He's like, all right, this guy's pretty special. And I was on the sideline. I think the one thing that the one actual analytical thing I will say about him is I think he's good on the scramble plays on the broken plays when Mahomes gets outside of pocket, extends plays. And that's really a huge part of Mahomes game. Tony's always seems to be in the right place when those plays happen. Maybe it's because he's in the wrong place where he was supposed to be running. But to me, that's the one like actual analytical thing I would say, other than he moves differently than everyone else on the field is. That's what gets me excited about. Craig, you know what? Fantasy football is enough pain and heartache and self-doubt and hating yourself. I don't need to also bring Kadarius Tony into that. I don't need to be tantalized by this talented dude. All right, next category.
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"We're going to draft the DEM. They get their DM. The offense looks a lot different now with kadarius Tony. Then you add in another year for Skye more. I'm just sitting back and I'm just watching it all. Like, this is going to be pretty fun watching the Kansas City Chiefs tear up the league, and maybe you may get more out of Clyde Edwards lair who got his 5th year option to climb. But how good can the Kansas City Chiefs be? And on a side note, too. And that's my top ten, by the way. My top ten. Good stuff. I like it. I appreciate it. I mean rich rich. We're cool with it. We got a minute. So no steelers who finished 8th last year, no patriots finished 9th. Correct. No Titans. No Broncos that people really like what they've done in the off season. I got to see it. And obviously no colts, no Texans. Correct. Raiders finished 13th in the conference last year. You have them tenth. Browns were 12. You have them 9th jets were tenth. You have them 8th. Yes. And then all the playoff teams, you have exactly the same as last year. How crazy is that? Yeah. And I didn't intend for that. But I like it though. And it's just where I'm starting it. As the season comes approaching. She was 11. Who did you leave out in 30 seconds? I was Bronco's first team out? Yeah, Broncos were my first team out. I had Broncos first team out and then right behind them the Pittsburgh Steelers, right? But side note real quick, how cool is that to match the golf tournament? Oh, we can talk about it. Look at that. We can talk about next hour. Steph Curry clay Thompson versus Travis Kelce, Patrick Mahomes. I will watch that event. You love Lala canton Vanderpump rules. Now get to know her on give them Lala. With her assistant Jess. What you did not see is when Raquel arrives and she wants to talk to me. I made her sit in a corner. Explain a corner booth all by herself in the dark. Waiting for to talk to you. Waiting for me to finish dancing to 50 cent. It's my birthday. Sit in the corner. Give them Lala, wherever you listen.
"kadarius tony" Discussed on NFL Live
"Odo Beckham junior right now? Listen, he had 12 teams in his workout and everybody that saw the tape was impressed. The issue I think is the price. The price hasn't matched so far with what a team is willing to spend on Odell Beckham junior right now. Now there are not a lot of top end wide receivers available in free agency. The draft is not as deep at that position as it normally might be. So you're waiting to see if there's a team out there that's willing to go spend on Odell Beckham junior who worked out for all those teams last week was coming off the knee injury who looked good during the workout. It's a question of where does he fit? What is the price? Who's going to work it out and who wants to make that connection? And now we just wait to see. Yeah, I mean, and I'm looking around thinking of teams that really probably need him. And one of the teams that comes to mind when you think about actually meeting receivers in general, wide receiver Jacoby Myers, a former patriot, now to the Raiders. Dan, why did the country maybe like somebody else? Well, I think if you're New England, one, you have a bottom 5 skill position group in the NFL right now. I can make the case bottom three. So it's really OBJ, got to go get them. Are you going to trade for de hop if you can? Or if not the draft. Those are really like the realistic choices. Let me read everybody what the Patriots pass catching group looks like right now. First of all, you don't have a single receiver on your team or past catcher over 500 yards. Hunter Henry, your leading receiver at 41 catches last year. Your second receiver, Kendrick born at 35, devonta Parker had 31 and taekwon Thornton at 22. That's right now where you're going into your third year with Mac Jones going, hey, we got to see if you're the guy. This is what right now on March 14th, you're rolling out with the only two teams that I sit here and go are worse in that unit as far as pass catchers are Houston and Carolina now that they've traded DJ Moore. Tennessee's at least got a first rounder. Baltimore at least says Mark Andrews in her first rounder, Arizona. Right now has Deandre Hopkins. New England, you have the third worst pass catching unit in the NFL. If you think you can make any kind of evaluation on Mac Jones in his third season, you have no choice but to go get Odell Beckham and somebody, Odell, diop, the draft. You saying what's logical? And you talking about it from the prison annually. Odell Beckham junior don't want to go to New England because you ain't winning nothing. And the stage ain't big enough. Because you have a decent amount of control here. You don't have some control now. Adam brought up a great point about the money, right? Like based on what he's looking for is two destinations, I think, Odell Beckham junior is looking for. He'll win more in Dallas, he'll win more in Kansas City. Because Odell Beckham junior has to have the mindset that I'm on a one year deal, right? The injury to me caught should cause him to take a step back and say, let me go and do what I did again for an entire season. Like I showed up for the rams and showed that I was still a number one guy and an elite receiver coming off this injury. And then go out to the market next year. The only pushback I would say to you is I don't think Dallas and Kansas City have to pay him. That money that he wants. I think New England does. Well, that's, but if it's strictly for him about money deal, we are very on the same page and logical. But I just don't believe at this stage and Odell Beckham junior's career that he's going to be a building project for a football team to try to determine if your quarterback is good enough. 'cause he ain't even gonna win his division. Let alone trying to make a playoff run and be in that moment that he wants to be in. That's the only reason he went to LA. I mean, I get your point. The only thing you wonder is if they got him and somehow he knew they were also getting a Deandre Hopkins. But also, but also what makes you think, what makes you what makes you think that Bill Belichick gonna pay $20 million for Odell Beckham junior? He not gonna do that. I just gave you what they are as a kid. He's not gonna do that. They gotta stop thinking Tom Brady still there. We living in a time with New England where we've been talking about being devoid of talent. This is the first year we talked about having issues with that wide receiver. I don't hate Dallas in Kansas City forum. If it's about like, I wanna go prove my production and go catch it. Absolutely. That's what I'm thinking. I understand that. And at that point, if he thinks about winning championships, you probably relent a little bit on the money. He already has Super Bowl champion. Right. Right. All right, day two of free agency underway, Adam. What's been going on? We just talked about Jacoby Myers to Vegas. What else do we need to know? Let's start with Darren Waller. Darren wall traded today to the New York Giants for a third round pick in this upcoming draft a hundredth overall selection, which oh, by the way, the Giants got from the Kansas City Chiefs for kadarius Tony, which the Kansas City Chiefs got when they lost Ryan polls to the Chicago Bears. So Ryan polls essentially started that pick and it ends with Darren Waller going to New York in the selection going to Las Vegas instead. And that trade was made possible by the fact that earlier in the day the raiders signed Jacoby Myers who reached agreement, the dolphin sign, a pair of their own running backs today, Raheem mostert and Jeff Wilson, both re up on two year deals, most starts worth up to 7.6. Wilson's worth up to 8.2, both incentives in there, dolphins get to keep both their running backs and that is something that that was important for that offense here moving forward. They'll Los Angeles chargers running back Austin was granted permission today to seek a trade. He's got one year left on his contract, $6.25 million left in that deal. The running back market right now is bad in the National Football League for free agent running backs, but Austin Eckler wants a new deal and feels like he deserves one and his production is almost unmatched across the NFL. We'll see if the charters work out a deal for him and the New York Jets are closing in on an agreement for Alan lazard that would be a four year $44 million deal. Just told moments ago, it's not done yet, but they've been working to this all day long overnight, denied those numbers overnight, but yes, that is going to be the deal of him when it does get done with the New York Jets and that is obviously a breadcrumb to what's going on in New York as we all wait for the Aaron Rodgers decision, right? But Al Lazar going to the jets. Oh, that's interesting. And they're interested in Randall Cobb and Mercedes. That's interesting. As Brian winners say something is going on. I think that makes sense. I think that makes their offense better. I think lazard is the number two outside of Garrett Wilson elevates their office. Listen, they've got a lot more of these guys they got to add to make Aaron Rodgers happy. And by the way, speaking of the jets interest in former packers, Brian Clark tweeted this thought, he said, Aaron Rodgers is going to keep the homies employed. He's a real friend. RC, when your deal's up, can you do the same for us? I know, yeah, what RC, tell them they got to keep all of us or you're leaving. That's what the power he has. Okay, here's a look at ESPN's top 5 free agents entering this off season. As you can see, four of the top 5 have already agreed to deals, which Ivan hargrave going to San Francisco, Mike mcglinchy, headed to Denver, Jamal jamel dean staying foot in Tampa, Jessie Bates, going to Atlanta. However, the top free agent Orlando Brown junior still remains out there. Remember the chiefs agreed to a blockbuster deal with juwan Taylor yesterday, so kind of looking a little iffy for Brown, but Dan if Brown does not return to Kansas City, we have concerns for mahomes protection when you think about what that O line will look like? No, one because Brett veteran general managers drafted creed Humphrey, their center in Trey Smith, their right guard in the last couple years. So this organization does a great job of identifying talented draft and then developing that offensive on challenge. Number two, Patrick Mahomes, the ball out, the way that he controls the pass rush the way he's learned to do that over the past couple years and then Andy Reid. I'll go back to the Super Bowl. They put against the team that had the most sacks in the NFL, and I understand the surface wasn't great, but in most sex and the info on what 40 years in Philadelphia, they got nothing. So I think the group can control that unit still really good. And it's really Lucas kneeing who should play right tackle for them has to stay healthy. Yeah, look, Chicago Bears need to be on the phone. That's number one right now. New England Pittsburgh, England Pittsburgh but to meet Chicago, right? When you look at what they've been building, pay attention to what Chicago is doing. They're solidifying their front 7. This league is still about the line of scrimmage and guys that can make plays down here. Protecting your quarterback getting after the pass. Orlando Brown is one of those guys that has proved this protection, Justin feels movement will help him as well. I think the Chicago Bears make this move. I think it's taking so long shifter. You would know more than me
"kadarius tony" Discussed on NFL Live
"Free agency is upon us. Adam Schefter is here with the latest. Jimmy Garoppolo reached agreement with the lost Vegas raiders, our three year 67 and a half $1 million deal. Jesse Bates is signing with the Atlanta Falcons a four year $64 million deal. $60 million guaranteed for Juan Taylor, Michael blinch, she's got a 5 year 87 and a half $1 million deal. We've lost 50 he is off there working the sources. Patrick Peterson is signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Aaron Rodgers watch continues. No more text being Adam Schefter wondering what's going on with Aaron Rodgers. Welcome to NFL live, presented by toro. NFL free agency in full swing. We're with you for all the breaking news this week. Lots to discuss. We begin with Adam Schefter as always. Let's start Adam with the top wide receiver off the board. Where's he going? Jacoby Myers is going to the Las Vegas Raiders Laura on a three year $33 million contract that includes $22 million guaranteed and that move essentially brings him into Las Vegas and unites him with Josh McDaniels, who knows with Jimmy Garoppolo for the Raiders are going to sign one three agency opens. They've made some moves together and Jacoby Myers now will be a Las Vegas raider once the new league year opens. And that also allowed the Raiders to go ahead and trade Darren Waller. Their elite tight end to the New York Giants for a third round pick in 2000 23. It's a hundredth overall selection that the Giants got from Kansas City in return for kadarius Tony. So the Giants essentially traded kadarius Tony for Darren Waller, the Raiders get back to third run pick. The Giants get a new tight end and a new weapon for Daniel Jones and the Philadelphia Eagles have reached agreement on a one year deal with Rashad any. We will go in there on an incentive laden contract. We'll see how we perform coming off the injury, but they feel like they'll take a flyer on them, see how it works out. Remember miles Sanders, early as a free agent, we don't know whether he'll be back in Philadelphia so the eagles have gone ahead and added another talented running back in the interim. Michael Thomas reworks his contract today, a one year $10 million deal worth up to $50 million to stay in New Orleans. There were some questions here about what would happen in this future, but he got that figured out. He wanted to be there, working with Derek Carr, the new quarterback, and now that's official with that New York contract. And Al lazard is working with the New York just to see if they could figure out an agreement. There is other interest in our lazard he does have other offers out there. We'll see how that plays out over time, but it's a situation where you've got a case where they're working with the jets and Aaron Rodgers as people that they want to bring in there and we'll see whether or not that gets done. Obviously, I don't know one of the players that they want to get done in there. And the jets also obviously would have interest in Randall Cobb Mercedes Lewis if they can get a deal done with Aaron Rodgers. We'll see whether or not they can make that happen. That's still out there. There are issues to work through. They're trying to restructure a contract down Rogers, figure out a tray with Green Bay. So that still hangs in the balance without resolution, Laura. We'll continue to watch that and continue to follow those breadcrumbs at them. The elephant in the room, if you will. His name is Aaron Rodgers. We're all playing this waiting game to see what happens with Rogers and New York and for more we bring in Diana rossini with more perspective. What can you add to Adam's reporting on Rogers here? Well, you take a look at all these players that the New York Jets are talking to right now and they sound a lot like players Aaron Rodgers wants to have around her right guys that he's familiar with and you can add odo Beckham junior to that list that the New York Jets are just looking into right now, perhaps to make Aaron Rodgers happy. This deal is not done yet. This is not official yet. Yes, they're optimistic. Yes, it looks like it's leaning in that direction. But nothing is official until it's official and especially when you're doing with Aaron Rodgers who had come completed retirement, right? So we're at a point where we're just waiting for that official word, but the jets are doing everything they possibly can to continue to try to build this team through free agency and obviously with the draft coming up. But inside the building, I can tell you, they feel really good about this. They just want to get the ball over the goal line soon. Yeah, it feels like we're all trying to get there and we'll continue to work on that. Thanks to Diana for the latest there. And we'll keep our eye on Aaron Rodgers, but there's a lot more to get to today. We will carry on on this subject as we welcome in Dan orlowski with Adam, of course. And Marcus spears and Dan, there's a lot to go through there, okay? But what do you make of these requests from Rogers, whereas he's saying, essentially, bring all these guys in and then I'm good to go. It's felt that way for a couple of days that it was going to be the deal happens last, but the moves happen first. Hey, I want these pieces or these transactions if that happens, then I'm more likely to come. The Allen lazard one, you can make the case that the jets could have been interested in indifferent to Aaron Rodgers. Good player fits their scheme what they want to do. Talented, reliable, kind of slot big body receiver. Randall Cobb and Mercedes Lewis mean one thing that they were specifically requested by the quarterback, hey, I want these guys to be. And I get it. He's going somewhere brand new for the first time and what 15 plus years. He wants some of his buddies there with him. I think the reality too is this. He knows Aaron Rodgers knows the Jets have absolutely no choice but to do this. If you are the jets and you don't get Aaron Rodgers, you have two options. Throw everything you can at Lamar Jackson and see if you can get them away from Baltimore. My guess is what Baltimore would match whatever the jets could throw. Or move up to number three in the draft. Somehow, some way with the Arizona Cardinals because those are your two most realistic indoor like these options if Aaron Rodgers doesn't come, but I think it's already a done deal that he's going to. Yeah, I mean, just really fast. You think about what it would actually be like if they had to draft another quarterback. That's where it sits right now. You'll see that. They'll figure out some sort of veteran to pry loose to get something done with Lamar would be a guy that you could transition to. But I think everybody is operating right now as if they're hopeful and optimistic. This Aaron Rodgers deal will get worked out and figure it out. It is not done. And again, they have to get through a number of issues. But the signs are encouraging. There is some optimism within the organization. But they're going to have to figure out a tray with Green Bay. That is not a given. That is not an easy thing to do because the two franchises are going to have diametrically opposed ideas of the value that Aaron Rodgers is worth. You got to restructure his contract and see again how long he wants to play in New York one year, two years. What are you doing with that contract? Then you got to go make moves for Aaron Rodgers. So there are a whole host of things that have to get done before this happens. I think there are some jet fans who were just thinking, oh, snap. We're getting a decision. A lot more complicated. And I think it's a lot more layered and nuanced than just a simple, oh yes, I'm playing for the jets and the Jets have found their quarterback. You know what? I'm about to do something that I haven't done ever. I don't think when in regards to Aaron Rodgers. And I'm gonna give him some, yeah, that's the number one I did that for the first time this morning. Here's the thing. There's something smells good in here. I gotta give, because I can't sit here at this dish as a player and talk about player empowerment and not applaud what Aaron Rodgers is trying to. Okay. Like, seriously, like it would be an oxymoron for me to come on and say, well, why the hell would he want Mercedes Lewis and Randall Cobb? But do you made a great point? Like some familiarity going into a new situation after all of that time. And looking out for other guys. The dynamic of the NFL and locker rooms are. All guys ain't gonna like the guy. Right. And some guys are gonna be his friend to the end and they gonna ride with him. So I gotta give him, I gotta applaud him for trying to do that. It's a little bit of that like those guys can also teach exactly to a lot of the youth and everybody at home. This happens in the NFL where teams, I was a part of a veteran presence for the Baltimore Ravens because they were ushering in a lot of young defensive linemen. It could be that case, and obviously you want to get some production out of those guys. But I'm gonna get a man credit for trying to get these guys to come to New York with him. If nothing else, if you're one of the guys that Aaron Rodgers has said, I want you to come with me. Yeah, you're probably feeling good about yourself. And that was really unusual out of you, but we like it. Date down.
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Okay, rich. You're not the only one who's frustrated and fatigued, it seems like, so Zach rose and bladder covers the jets for the athletic. A couple minutes ago, tweeted out what I'm hearing about Rogers, strong feeling that he still will be a jet, not done yet. Still working through some things, nothing finalized, Green Bay still needs official word from Rogers. Also added some jets players have been frustrated about the process dragging out. I wonder who those players are. Look, we're all, we're all waiting, okay? And Rogers arrives, guests, what will happen? Very, very, very exciting. Very exciting times for jet spy. And so whatever players are like, it's taken forever. Is it finally happened? No, but it's a big trade involving a New York team. Okay. Chris brockman, you have a news. You've got a breaking news. This is pretty big, actually. Okay, breaking news. What do you got, Chris? The New York football giants are trading for raiders tight end Darren Waller. Okay. What do we got? What? For what? Nothing. I mean, this is literally broke seconds ago. Nobody has an update. They just have giant straining for Waller. Who says that? Everybody. So you get a new quarterback. And then you take away one of his best well, the packers were trying to get him. He was rumored to be on the block last year. After he signed that big extension. So let me just say this. This is all cap stuff. Whether McDaniels likes him or not. I'll be honest. Right? May not be their type of tight end. Hey, let me say this to raiders fans, okay? And all I'm just saying is to you raiders fans out there who might be like, why not Rogers? Why Garoppolo? Why are we trading away Waller? Well, why'd you get Jacoby Myers? This is patriots west. The problem for you folks in Vegas about this, if there is one, is naming the spot where patriots west, south, north, or anything other than New England has worked. There's one example, and that's it. And it's done incredibly well in college. Nick Saban, that's it. That's it. Name me another spot where patriot coach brings patriot way or the highway to his spot and it's worked. And so it can work. It can absolutely work. Darren Waller for the Giants if you want to now linger there. To me is a stupendous maneuver, a terrific player in this spot, and Daniel Jones has a new BFF and he's bringing he's coming in, just all I would think is you got to sign saquon to a long-term deal. Keep him happy and go to work, I like it. Good move. I don't know what it is. They give up a one. Third round pick. It's actually the pick they got from the chiefs for kadarius Tony. Okay, so that was it? Yeah. Because again, he's expensive. Waller's expensive. Mars expensive. Who all is good? Waller's good and expensive, but the only way I can read it is that he just wasn't, I mean, anybody who had Waller and fantasy last year and anybody who watched the Raiders whenever he was healthy. He just didn't have much of a role. The car to Waller connection went poof last year. Now both Carter and Waller have gone poof because this is McDaniels show and he's building a team that runs his offense and operates in the like honestly the thing that's a total outlier on patriots west in Vegas is Davante Adams. I guess Adams plays the role of Randy Moss? The one guy that stands out is an all time great at the receiver position because all you need to see is he's a guy that can play anywhere though. Right. So and fascinatingly enough, you could say that the Raiders supplanted Derek Carr with the man who threw the most important pass for the Raiders last year. Who connected with Chandler Jones? Welcome back. Chris, Las Vegas, Jacobi Mars. Chris, I think this bears the question here. Does this now start rumors of Kelsey plum to the New York liberty in the WNBA? That's the question. They just got married last night. Now do you think her husband's going cross country? You know, I'm just a WNBA for thought. Oh, man. We're Kelsey plum fans right now. Right. So Jacoby Myers is now in Vegas raider and so is, oh man. Josh Jacobs tweeted out that he's sad. Of course, I'm sure he said that Waller's gone, but to me, I don't know, did he just not fit? Didn't fit the cap or he didn't fit the system. I mean, like you just said, you could watch the Raiders play, I watched a lot of raider games, I had Waller and fantasy TJ, you did too. It just wasn't a fit. It wasn't working out. Jason and Maine, you're here on the rich eisen show. What's up, Jason? Good afternoon, mister rison. Thank you for taking my call. You got a break. On the Roku channel. Love it. Thank you. But, you know, you are exactly what us Red Sox fans used to be prior to 2004. And it breaks my heart.
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Friend Peter king on the rich eisen show. How are you doing? Hi, rich. How are you? I'm great. Walk me through your process here about how you get someone like Reed so quickly after the Super Bowl because I'm sure you would have wanted Nick suryani in that seat had things gone the other way as they easily could have on Sunday Night. Well, well, rich, I went to the AFC championship game med Andy and his office after the game. And talked to him and right at the end, I said, hey, listen. When you win Super Bowl, I'm really going to want to sit down right after the game like we did last time in your office. And I'd love you to go through the winning play with me. Any nodded and there was not a, I'll absolutely do that. But he knew that that's what I wanted to do. And so I felt pretty good about that. And then 5 days later, I wrote to work with Nick Siri or 6 days later on Saturday morning before they left for the Super Bowl. And I told them, hey, listen, I have done this thing after games where hopefully I get the winning coach to talk to me about maybe the decisive play in the game and I'd love to be able to meet with you after the game and just I'll do it as quick as I can but maybe 5 minutes. No commitment from him either, but at least he had it in his head. I was going to ask him to try to do this. So after the game, I went and it was a crazy probably crazier than usual in the Kansas City locker room. Because not only because obviously they were so happy. But in this particular case, for some reason, everybody in that place was smoking a cigar. And you hear my voice right now, but I'm telling you, it was like, I was really, really struggling to breathe after a while, because this acrid cigar smoke, if you're in that room for half an hour, I went up to the press box afterwards, and I was just coughing, continuously. So I wrote that column while on a semi continuous causing jag. But anyway, Andy agreed to let me sit in there. He was there with his grandson maverick 9 years old, Brit Reid's son, and also with his longtime agent, bob Lamont. And so my videographer extraordinary cobwebs, this is a tiny office, scrunched herself into a corner turning the camera on and then we learned all about corn dog. And that's the name. And the previous Super Bowl winner was called wasp, which was that play that mahomes counseled for in a timeout. Second half, you know, the niners were really putting their stamp on things. The chiefs had not unleashed that huge passing attack to tyreek hill with any success and then they call wasp. We can hear him say on the NFL films. Coverage, do we have time to call it because it did require some pass protection, and that was the play of that Super Bowl, and this one was called, as you just mentioned, corn dog, it was the same play, just a different just flipped the field from the kadarius Tony, go ahead, touchdown, and then the one that put them up 8 to sky more. Is that as simple as that? It was not, it was not the same place. Okay. Corn dog was the kadarius Tony play and on corn dog basically, it's corn, COR, because kadari is Tony is supposed to run in, then immediately flip the switch and run back and run a corner route, which is exactly what he did. And he had 11 yards of spacing between here and the nearest defender. And the reason that it called a different play is not only because it's from the different side of the field. But because the first read for Patrick Mahomes on the touchdown pass to Tony was actually a run to jerick McKinnon. And at the line of scrimmage, because he saw exactly what was going on. And it's a line of scrimmage after he took the snap. He saw the simple fact that Darius slay was not coming back to try to catch up to kadarius Tony. And nobody covered him. And rich, again, at the risk of taking just two plays and damning a defense for it, I mean, I don't understand how three minutes after that play, the Philadelphia Eagles allowed the same thing to happen on the other side of the field with sky more that happened with kadarius Tony. How do you explain that that the two winning plays in a Super Bowl, you don't cover the receiver basically. I mean, look, the eagles had a great year. But the end of the season for the eagles was a total black eye. And I see, hey, good for Jonathan gannon. He got the job in Arizona anyway, despite this, but if I was in on that Monday interview with Jonathan gannon, I would have wanted to know how in the world do you happen in one? Okay. It's like fool me once fine.
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Corner
"After that, I'm not a Bruno Mars guy. I know why people love the prune. It's incredible. And that's one thing I'll say about Bruno. If you're not a Bruno fan, it's kind of weird to put them in your top three. But if you are going off a sheer performance and spectacle or just showmanship, it's hard to talk. Because he performed all the hits, the hooligans were great. They sounded incredible. They sound even better than they did on wax or like in the studio, if you will. So it's hard not to keep Bruno. Maybe not in the top three, but up there. For me, I mean, I know everyone says like you two from the emotional standpoint. It's kind of always because of the 9 11 stuff. That's kind of going to be number one as far as the significant of the significance of the moment. But in terms of the performance, nothing tops prints. I think that's kind of always going to be undisputed. That was like, that was almost like Queen Live Aid or Jimi Hendrix playing like the national anthem at Woodstock. It's like one of those symbolic music moments, not just halftime show moments. So prince number one, I gotta say, man, I don't know, I really like the G funk one. If M did anything but and I get why he did lose yourself, you kind of had to. But if he did anything but that song, it almost would have been perfect. Because that almost brought things down a little bit. But Eminem's music has an age greatly? No. So you got to go to that stage. What are you really going to do? Because they had to be selective with how they use doggy style on that. And the chronic in that in that presentation. I don't know where that ranks though, but it probably wouldn't be my top three or four. It has to be up there. I might put that above Bruno. That's probably my three. And I think because there was just so it was just such a like finally type of feel to it and it delivered. And even Dre, like there was like the icing on the cake was I mad at you on the piano, like the perfect chef's kiss tribute to park like, it all kind of had just had the LA in Inglewood. It kind of just had the perfect feel to it. That has pretty my top three out today. Yeah, definitely. I think it's going to be blasphemous because I think people put Beyoncé in that top three. And there was one where Beyoncé was like a co performer with somebody. Yeah, that was Bruno Bruno Beyoncé featured with Coldplay. Yes, that one people really liked that Coldplay. Yeah. Because I think a lot of that was, they really touched into where they were and it was they kind of focus on the moment. It was kind of a, it was a well timed that one was cool. It was well timed and it looked great. Like the colors and the scheme and all that. But yeah, give me give me the G funk one. I think that's opening it up to more genres. I think is the better. Yeah. Because so much for so long you had to be a legacy act. And I think now you can be in your prime and play the Super Bowl. Like, that's what they're going towards. They're not going off of what you've done in the past. They're going off and like you said, that's why Taylor can work now. They're riding the momentum wave. And Taylor would crush it. Bieber would crush it. You want to put beaver out there. He's still going, he would crush it. I'm going to be honest. I think Miley Cyrus would probably make for a great super Miley. People would love that. Chris Brown, if allowed, would do very well. You know what it would be another one to throw on with the blink, throw a Gwen and know no doubt. No doubt, bring them up. I actually kind of warm it up to that. I need it all. I'm liking that the more I think about it. And make that shit 25 minutes. Yeah. Just start and end with blank. And then just have a run. I want that shit to sound like an American pie soundtrack. All the way through. That's what I mean. That's what I need for this Super Bowl show. Give that to me in San Fran. Super Bowl, again, great, the halftime show really enjoyed it. My boy kadarius Tony. Love it. Love it. I love it. Once a giant always, my pops are the same thing. He's like, hey, it's a little bit of retribution. They wall at the Giants in the division round, but a former giant, even though he was nowhere near associated with that, he sticks it to him. In what was probably pound for pound, the biggest play of the game. Yeah. When you look at the whole thing. In total. The fumble is probably number. Yeah, the fumble. In terms of yeah, in terms of the outcome of the scoring, yeah, the fumble was probably bigger, but in terms of that momentum wave in the second half, what's Tony started like cut across that grain. It was like, you just kind of got that field. It's all like batten down the hatches. Here comes KC, 'cause even before that opening drive in the third, it was the offensive line for the chiefs was incredible. Gloom and doom. And then, of course, day before. We have an amazing UFC card. Going the same week in a Super Bowl is an interesting choice. But you're guaranteed to have no headlines passing. But I thought the card top to bottom was still very good. To the point
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Well done. Well done. Got it. I'm great. DJ Mikey D is indeed nuts good to see you. Mike Hart's swag. Good to see you. You're gonna care over there? You good? Yeah, I'm dealing with a couple things. You're dealing with a couple of things for us, you're talking about? Yeah, I'm just working on something. Okay. Very good. Good job, Mike. My mind's I understand. Your mind's in all different places. But you're focused here. TJ Jefferson, good to see you over there, sir. Good to see you, rich. Mike and I before a show we were just talking about de la soul and how sad we were that I wanted the members, trugoy, the dove died. So we were talking about that right, okay? Well, okay, I'm sorry to hear that. I mean, I love daily. So 8 four four two O four rich is the number to dial right here on the program. We've got a great three hour show in store for you. We've gotten a whole bunch of we've gotten a whole bunch of tweets in our direction greatly appreciated. I've gotten some texts and some emails, some people were saying this to me over the past weekend when I was strolling around the Super Bowl state about what a great job we all did last week and I say that's all you hear and everybody part of the rich eisen show last week and in terms of the personal kudos I've gotten, I'm touched by it all. Especially knowing that no one out there in terms of my work and I don't think you guys know either in terms of my work, the script for Super Bowl 57, that part about the defensive holding penalty. That was mine. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. And you should have seen it in the table read. The table read was wild. Somebody had to tell James bradberry. It was going to be him. He didn't take it very well. But he kind of kept it to himself. And then of course, when he did get called for holding in that part of the game, it totally threw everyone on my Twitter feed that was barking at me about how everything was being set up and fixed for the eagles. It totally undercut them at that point in time. Like all good movies, rich, you need a twist. Yeah. You need a plot twist, especially late in the third act. It's just like all those chiefs fans that didn't see that call on juju Smith Schuster early on. It's a fix. It was fixed. It's all fixed. And then all of a sudden, that was my oh Henry like twist, just flip it. Well done. Thank you. And like I said, it was an incredible season just scripting it all the way to the finish. Yeah. Shout out to the writers. So I told everybody that I wouldn't say anything, but it was really my idea to just come out with this one last penalty just piss off. I did that for all the New Yorkers out there who were upset about the Empire State Building, getting lit up. I'm like, wait till you see what I got cooked up. And it was a tough sell in the room, you know? To Bradbury in particular, and then of course the officials didn't want to be front and center. Money was probably crying, right? Well, no, he flipped me the bird. Oh, that would bird. When he flipped because he knew what was coming. Oh gosh, so we're going to be up by ten, huh? Ten huh and we're just going to join the Super Bowl 51 falcons is the only teams in Super Bowl history to be up by ten or more halftime and not win the game, huh? It was a tough sell. Because all the eagles fans thought. My apologies to everybody out there about my script idea. How dumb is this? Hashtag NFL. All the sky got that all throughout the entire Super Bowl. It's fixed, it's fixed, it's fixed. And then of course when the officials pop in there, it's the officials who are fixing the game. And it's just human condition, folks, I still, to this moment, can not believe that flag came out. You know, at first, when I saw it in the stadium and I'm like, yeah, that's a whole. He tugged his Jersey. He did tug his Jersey. And then, you know, as things went along, I'm like, that is something that should not be called. And I heard Pereira Mike Pereira lead Fox rules analysts say yesterday, doesn't matter. First quarter last quarter, first week, last two minutes, you see it, you call it, and yeah, you see it in your call it, but it wasn't called much of the game. Where does that come from? And I think it ultimately just comes down to the disappointment that we didn't see the ending that the game deserved. And I appreciate James Bradbury saying, yeah, that was a whole, I thought they'd let it slide. And I appreciate hertz and Nick Siri after the game saying, we should have played better. Because that is the truth. I mean, the fact that it did come down to a holding call against the eagles after they were up by ten, okay? They were up by ten, and after they were dominating the first half of that game, which they did. They could have easily been up 28 to ten going ahead. They could have been up 18 and a half. They also got the benefit of Kansas City. The butt kicker hit one right off the upright. Thus, when kadarius Tony, waltzed in untouched into the end zone to give the chiefs their first lead of Super Bowl 57 in the fourth quarter, their first lead would have been in the first quarter. They'd have been up ten 7 the chiefs. So the eagles did get some benefits. In this game. But they also literally fumbled one away. Jalen hurts his truly only mistake of the night was a major mistake.
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Something. There's some goat potential now. 'cause you need to get those two early. Brady got the three early. And then he needed to win this one. It's a little bit different. They caught lightning in a bottle in some ways with how well they did with the draft, which was, you know, you give them credit for that. But at the same time, when you have this many rookies, they make that big gamble at the tyreek hill trade. And you really have to hit your draft, and they did. They took a bunch of gambles on the Shuster, kadarius Tony, those type of guys, and all that made plays in this game. Schuster was the one that got interfered with at the end. Tony made a big punt return. One of the worst puns in the history of the Super Bowl. A line drive that was directed in a way that Tony could just get the running head start. That was big. But they patched this together and it was a really impressive team building. And at the same time, I felt like they could have lost every one of the playoff games. When do you? Yeah, it's true. When do you start talking putting them in the conversation with Montana and Brady four to 5? He has to win four to 5 super bowls or three. Yeah, so early. It's such a race now, especially in the podcast. They were every podcast has to have some sort of big sweeping narrative, whatever, but you know, he's talking about it. I was like, wow, calm down. Dude, you don't even talk about it as HBO show. He certainly hit all the checkpoints, which is the big thing. And I think the thing for me is all the stuff adds up together. Like Cohen had a tweet that I liked today that I randomly saw where he said the eyeball test says they're the best. The stats corroborate that impression and their team wins the most. And that's what Michael Jordan had. And that's why we ended up settling him as the goat. And mahomes is hitting those checkpoints. So I agree with max, I thought that was a smart point. But there's so much work left. And there's so much luck that goes into this. And I think like Brady ended up, he got the 7 and he got the 6 with the Pats. And that 7 easily could have been ten. It also could have been three. So you need to very mature. You're very mature the way you're analyzing this. I have to say. Well, most patriots fans say that 7 should have been ten. Right. My last money in Philly, but I never felt awesome either way. I mean, there's a reason the line was one and a half and you're thinking like, if you're taking KC, your theories where don't bet against mahomes, don't bet against Vegas, which we should talk about in a second. Don't overreact to the dominant team that had the bad schedule, which is basically Philly, all the quarterbacks. That was a big talking point last two weeks. And then something I didn't realize. There was a little nobody believes in us with the chief's offensive line, which a couple people mentioned. We're taping this podcast. It was actually probably about an hour plus after the game. And that was a theme in the postgame where they were like, oh, yeah, we saw all the stuff about Hassan Reddick as the MVP. Like, they saw that stuff. And the offensive line was awesome. I certainly better than I thought they were going to be. Did you think they were, did you think that was going to be a problem for them today? Because I did. I didn't think it would be as big a problem as it was against Tampa when they couldn't get anything off, right? Mahomes is running for his life, but I don't know if he's smarter or the offensive line is bad. I guess it was just better, but yeah, I mean, I'm not gonna lie to you. I bet a bunch of eagles to get a sack and they didn't Fletcher Cox and all but yeah, I have to say, Andy Reid, you know, not as much praise as mahomes, but for God's sakes, when those guys are wide open for touchdowns, that's all Andy Reid, right? Yeah. That's all him. And I wonder, there's talk about, well, he's going to step down now. Does he stay in there to get an up there with Belichick and those numbers with some of the greats that we could be put in the list with the top two or three? What's he going to do? Like, go play golf? That was the best game I've ever seen him coach. I know. They had, I thought they were kind of working the eagles like a yo yo, especially in the second half. Some of that, whatever they did at halftime, whatever they saw. And who knows what halftime adjustments that halftime was so long, you actually had time to put some thought into it. All that motion stuff, the way it was working for them, and almost makes you wonder why don't I don't like high school teams through this college team. Just send people back and forth flying around, doing the thing where it seems like they're going through the quarterback and they stop quick and go the other way. You're probably going to confuse one guy on defense, right? Isn't that all you need to do? What's wrong with that? Well, they had that one play and it was the second to last touchdown where they had the two guys on the right. And it was Kelsey and the other guy went in motion. And the eagles only had two guys on that side. And even before the snap, you're like, oh, this isn't good. And then he ends up catching it. Both guys go with Kelsey and they describe more touch that? Yeah. One more touchdown. Just a wide open. Yeah. And stuff like that where you're just like, wow, they're just completely out thinking them. I don't feel like the eagles can come out of this game and go, man, we blew it. Because they
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"As the 53rd overall pick and immediately people the locker room were like, all right, Carson's there, but it kind of gravitating towards him. He doesn't have that the moment's too big deal. That's just not in his makeup. And he's always had to overcome and, you know, the story from Alabama to Oklahoma, we've done that a million times, but I don't know, walks into Oklahoma is captain day one, and the alpha dog of a very big program filling in for Kyler Murray, the very next year and takes his team right back where they were. So look, I don't think there's any thought that you have Fox. Come right in. Take that pregame show over. Let's roll. Let's go. I'm upset. We're losing pay admit. I got to that guy. Oh yeah, wait, hold on, I want to talk about that in one second. And one last mahomes thing. Because I want to maybe turn on the TikTok camera here for a second. Oh, let's go. I'll smile. So if it goes on Twitter, I can be ready for it. All right, here we go. This makes me nervous taking the eagles. Go on the mahomes piece of, has he had a signature game yet? As it is, does he have the game yet? Would you say his career 13 seconds game? No, I'm saying like the game that you go to and you're just like, that was the game. Is it the 13 seconds game? Yes. Because I feel like that game was so weird. It almost overshadowed how good mahomes was in the game? Does he have like his Elway the drive? He's got almost had it against the Patriots and then we came back and we got some third downs and they're fucking ass and we beat them. The Ford went offside. That's why you want the default one outside. He's had the 24 to zero they're down to the Texans and Bill O'Brien and deshaun Watson in the playoffs. Come on. It's a fucking Texans. Thank you one 31. That was a good one. All right. Super Bowl Super Bowl down ten in the fourth quarter, third and 15. He looks to be enemy and says, should we run it? Yeah, sure. They run the wasp play. He hits tyreek hill, they don't lose, they come right back, roaring back in the fourth quarter, went by double digits. That was an awesome in that game though. No, he threw two picks. It was not at this point. That's not the game either. And honestly, I remember that game more for Jimmy G missing somebody by the manual. Right. So then you would say, the 13 second game, because that was amazing. But the legacy that came to me is even allow that. The game's over. So stupid and the most obvious play is like guess what we're going to do. We're going to throw to Kelsey right over the middle and call time out. Wow. Didn't know that was coming. So that's what worries me is like, I do feel like Philly has a better team. What about this? What about the AFC championship game? Playing on one ankle with no juju and no Hardman and no kadarius Tony. He missed a few throws in that game though. He wasn't pretty valuable. Petty performance. He was really good, but he wasn't like, I'm not going to be telling my grandkids about it. Even the helicopter, even Marino, who never won a title, but he won that Monday Night Football game against the 85 bears. And it was incredible. It was one of the great random Monday sporting events. I think it's the best money in football game of all time. Yeah, maybe pat's ravens? You had the undefeated dolphins on the sideline cheered him on. It was crazy. That was, that game was amazing. By the way, for people. I don't think mahomes has the game yet. So that's what made me think. I wonder if this is going to be it. You like this theory. I love this theory. That's a bill. To say that mahomes hasn't had the game yet, it's like, he hasn't. You gave me fucking Houston. 24 zero in a playoff game. Oh my God, I can't wait to tell my son's children about that one. Oh, he Bill O'Brien. In 2023. To me, Brady never really had the game either. He had, he had Seattle, the Super Bowl, but then that kind of also became the Malcolm butler game, and that overshadowed that, right? So it was like, Brady, incredible. Like, he too touchdown drives against this amazing defense. Backs to the wall, just going to Edelman over and over again. But then there's a butler doesn't make the play. So it becomes butler combined with everything. But then he has the falcons game. That's it. And it's like the one? Not only was that the game, that was like the game. That's the game, the game, anyone's had. And it was like, that's done and people slammed the mic and was like, it's over. He's the goat. And I wonder if this is the game from a homes. Yeah. It's awesome that's even a conversation piece. It's funny. But he has ten years, 12 years left to have the game. It doesn't have to be this year. Last week, they win the game, and mahomes never talk shit. Oh, I know. There was this great like just like a little edge to him and Kelsey's calling the Cincinnati mayor and jabroni, but Patrick Mahomes tells Tracy wolfson like quietly in his own way. And he's like, you know, they're gonna, we're gonna go celebrate. We don't smoke cigars here. Like, that was his little shot at burrow and after the game. He was like, you know, I think the media, I think 5% of the media picked us and I'm like, you guys were favored. No, but he leaned into it. He thought 5% of the media picked them to win. I'm like, no, but okay, but he is starting to feel like, wait a second. I like it. You wanna crown Allen? You wanna crown burrow? Mother effort I'm here. I'm the dude. And maybe this is the game he silences it all forever and this whole generation of guys because since he's won the MVP, Lamar was the guy and then Allen was the guy that burrow was the guy. Even Watson for a while. No, it's always been me. I'm the guy. I'm the best. You're too real challenger, Allen and burrow, and then probably Herbert next year. All right, let's go, let's go. So I know you're gonna lean chief something I'm gonna ask him. Euro is like, I think so. You're always like, prove to me I shouldn't pick the chiefs. This kind of your mentality. Yeah, I don't think I don't think I feel comfortable. It's fucked out pretty well. I wouldn't pick against them. I know the eagles have had this incredible run and if they win, I will not be at all surprised or upset. I'm not rooting for the chiefs. I just, until I'm not picking against mahomes, I just think he's that good. And I think he finds a way. I'm leaning eagles right now, but I also have not run the manifesto rules yet. And there's a couple quarterback rules and I also, I don't have a feel yet for the nobody believes in us or any of the factors. All right, let's do speed round before we go. Some football map. Your guys, Sean Payton's going to the Broncos. For boatloads of money and is now going to become the Russell Wilson rejuvenator. I guess it's going to be his job. They have no picks,
How Kadarius Toney is affecting Chiefs — and his teammates: ‘It just gets me fired up’
"Patrick Mahomes said an NFL record in the chiefs clinched the top seed in the AFC playoffs with a 31 13 thrashing of the Raiders. Chiefs coach Andy Reid knows that having the top seed doesn't secure a playoff birth. And I think it's a good thing. I mean, you still got to take care of business, our guys understand that. Mahomes threw for 202 yards and ran for 29, giving him 5608 total yards this season. That breaks the marks set by Drew Brees of the saints in 2011. Isaiah Pacheco, Ronald Jones the second and kadarius Tony rushed for touchdowns and mahomes threw for another as the chiefs ended up 14 and three. I'm Dave
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Has been quietly racking up all kinds of shit. You did something ridiculous. You've been 15. I know you're a rich, rich man, but you've been $15 on the jets defense and they're not even, they were off this week, and you had to get another defense, right? You act like that was $15. I thought the jets were playing this week. Looked at the schedule wrong. So I don't have to play in every game. $15 for it. I had a $100 left. I needed to spend money on something. Wow. Yeah, but no one's been more than two. All right, 15. Our season's over after week 13. What am I going to take the money into the off season? I needed the jet ski defense. A couple other things that happened. Cooper Cup finally got hurt. We've only been predicting that for ten weeks. There's some Kyler Murray Ewing theory stuff going on. And kadarius Tony, I know you hate giants fans more than just about anything. I do. Kadarius Tony lighting it up today against the Jaguars. Really made giants fans upset and angry and hurt their feelings and especially when they did the one legged tiptoe down that that's it. He's public enemy number one. I can't wait for chiefs giants in giant stadium will be great. But he actually looks pretty good in that game. He did. He's good. I mean, I don't know if it's a case that mahomes just ends up making everybody look good, but yeah, for a fit that quickly. Yeah. They have to be happy with that. And I think gallaudet or gallaudet dropped a bad ball today. Even though they covered, they had trouble with that team. What did you run 35 times? Barkley? 35 times against the freaking Texans. He must be like, hey, this is supposed to be everyone's week off, even though we had a week off last week. I had that game on one of the TVs 'cause that a Giants fan over and the Giants tried to give that game away for three hours. Yeah. Do you think just wasn't good enough to grab it, but they were lingering, lingering, they kept passing the 25 yard line and they always had the ball and they were, I don't know. The Giants were the Giants are going to win 11 games. They can't not win 11 games. I'm looking at it. Let's take a break and then we'll do this one. This episode of the Bill Simmons podcast is brought to you by Hilton, I was just at a bunch of NBA playoff games that started at 9 o'clock and ended past 12. You weren't even back at your hotel or wherever you were staying until 1245, that's what happens. Look, when over time runs past bedtime, it matters where you stay. Hilton has friendly and attentive team members who can open and running on those last games at game time adrenaline plus free hat breakfast the next morning to refuel because traveling for a big game is more about the event, the
"kadarius tony" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"30 minutes. I'm Brad. Now this Bloomberg sports update, the Brooklyn Nets playing without the suspended Kyrie Irving pick up their first road victory of the season as they route the Washington Wizards one 28 to 86, but that's now three and 6 while the wizards fall to four and 5. Kevin Durant led the nets with 28 points, 11 assists and 9 rebounds, Bradley Beal that Washington with 20, but that's back in action later today as they take on Charlotte. Meanwhile, the Knicks hang on for a one O 6 one O four victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, snapping a three game losing streak and evening their record at four and four. Jalen Brunson led the next with 23 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists, tyrese maxi led the 76ers with 31 as they fall to four and 6, the next return home to Madison Square Garden later tonight as they host the Boston Celtics. Well, the Houston Astros are one victory away from winning the World Series, the Phillies will look to force a winner take all game 7 when the series shifts back to Houston later tonight, Philadelphia turns to Zach Wheeler, while from bur Valdez will pitch for the Astros, game time 8 p.m.. Yankees outfielder Aaron judge voted player of the year and the American League outstanding player by fellow major leaguers in the annual players choice awards from the Major League Baseball Players Association. The local lineage general teams had Friday off later this afternoon, the islanders take on the red wings in Detroit, and tonight the Devils play the Calgary flames. While a familiar face could be a returning to the Meadowlands this season, a bit of the giant struggles in the passing game, and after trading kadarius Tony, general manager Joe Shane shared that they have been in contact with the representatives of free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham junior Beckham junior drafted by the Giants in 2014 and traded to the browns in 2019 back and tore his ACL in February Super Bowl with the rams. The Giants are 6 and two and they have this weekend off for the buy. With the Bloomberg sports update, I'm Tom Rogers. This is Bloomberg business week inside from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine. Plus, global business finance and tech news as it happens. Bloomberg businessweek, with Carol masher and Bloomberg quick takes Tim on Bloomberg radio. Plenty ahead in our second hour of the weekend edition of Bloomberg businessweek, including an inside look at one of the most popular and influential television platforms ever created. We are talking HBO. Plus we go shopping in the metaverse with the CEO of virtual platform obsessed and we look at the heavy toll that fast fashion is exacting on the global environment, particularly in emerging economies. Yeah, it's pretty disturbing. That story is part of this week's special issue devoted to the Bloomberg new economy form that's coming up in Singapore later this month. So too is a story that happens to be this week's cover story. It's related to new economy. It's a story that's a sobering one on a global economy poised to feel even more shocks in 2023. Whether it's China the war in Ukraine or Federal Reserve raid hikes, the headwinds against global growth are blowing stronger than ever. Here with us to explain is the economic editor for Bloomberg businessweek, Christina Lindblad, along with me and Bloomberg's Katie greifeld. Well, you know, we were in the grips of a crazy virus and then all these other things started happening more crazy people are back on the horizon now on the stage rather. Yeah, so I think part of the story, one of the stories that we did is that now geopolitics are back as a risk. We've had biological risk for like a year or two, right? And it's not like the pandemic has gone away. So it's basically risk on top risk on top of risk. And then we thought, wow, the world feels so fragile right now. It does feel fragile. Doesn't it? It does. It talks about recession. Well, to your point, that we've had biological risks. It feels like the pandemic has been so all consuming over the past two and a half years, but I like the framing of this story because you bring up Brexit, the U.S. China trade war haven't thought about that in a while. Yeah. Russia's invasion of Ukraine to your point that the world is very fragile right now. I mean, what's next? Help me. It's actually hard to feel very hopeful right now by 2023. I mean, I think the best that we can hope for is that, you know, there's resilience. That countries will get through what in undoubtedly Europe will soon be in recession, Russia already is. But I think that in a way, some of the things we thought were going great in the last year, which was the resilience of the labor market in the U.S. has turned to have a huge downside, right? In terms of fighting inflation. Well, if 2020, we learned about how intertwined the world is when it comes to supply chains, specifically when it comes to China. I think 2022 has been about our reliance on oil in a different way with Russia's invasion of Ukraine. When we think about the countries that I don't want to say calling the shots in 2022, but to look forward to 2023, what are the countries we need to watch? U.S. and China are still big protagonists. Of course, they're pulling apart from each other and that has consequences for many, many countries, countries that are going to potentially be forced to choose on which side they're on. Maybe not yet, but in subtle ways, right? Well, Saudi Arabia, we saw recently, the people you count on as friends in the U.S. may not always be there for you in terms of what's happening in energy markets. I mean, if you think about it now, countries have to look at their own well-being. What Saudi Arabia is doing in terms of oil. It's like, you know, you're talking about a country that has one giant pile of this commodity and which in 20 years may not be in demand much anymore. So they're maximizing their benefits. So in a way, it's like, what we're going to be seeing next year with a background of a recession is people are going to be looking to maximize their own well-being. And countries are, right? And so that is going to cause further strains. And they're going to be making choices. I mean, domestic politics are going to be foremost. Although interestingly, in the U.S., there's been a tradition that lame duck presidents tend to focus very much on international agenda. So we'll see what we see. If the U.S. and China are pulling apart, is that inherently inflationary? Because you think about globalization, I mean the thing you always hear is that it's been deflationary. You've gotten lower prices as technology and trade just continues to flow. So I don't know, is the complete opposite of that, a de globalization is that, I don't know, does the logic follow that that's inflationary? Well, I mean, one of the reasons we are seeing some manufacturing coming back to the U.S. isn't because, you know, American policymakers have been standing on the shores, you know, calling companies to come back. It's because shipping costs got to be so high, you know, and supply chains, headaches. So some companies believe they can actually manufacture closer to their main market at a low cost. So if that is the case, then it shouldn't necessarily be inflationary that these countries are pulling apart. The thing about what we're seeing right now is there's so many
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"All right, we're about to bring in Peter schrager just a reminder. We're talking about the Bengals in this segment you're about to hear, but we did not know that Jamar chase was out for four to 6 weeks with a hip injury. So that color, some of the conversation, to say the least. I didn't want to edit it because it was a good talk. But we didn't know about chase. So obviously the ceiling is a little lower for the Bengals these days. Anyway, here's schrager. Peter schrager is here as he is every Thursday from the NFL network. From Fox from New York, the land of good football teams. There's a trade, right? We're taping this. It is 1130 PT. There's a trade today. That was interesting on a lot of levels where the chiefs got kadarius Tony basically for third rounder. The Giants drafted Tony 17th after they moved backwards in the draft where they could have had Michael Parsons, which every giant fan, I know, is like, wow, we had the next LTE and we traded back to take this guy Tony. Now they've decided Tony's a sunk cost. But from a chief standpoint, why is this the guy they went in on a third with a third round pick? Because there's some good receivers out there. Why him? I think they look at this as a low risk, high reward. And by that, I mean financially in the pix. It was the third and the 6th, but you look at the contract of kadarius Tony. 2023, he's owed 1.9 million 2024. 2.5 million. And he'll be on the option you're obviously for 2025 if he does well, but you look at what wide receivers are making right now. I was going through the list. Byron Pringle made 5 million dollars last year. Agency. So it's like, you start thinking about how these ride receivers are paid. Cedric Wilson to Miami got like a big payday and that's not even scraggly. Aguilar was like two for 26. Aguilar Christian Kirk 72 million for four years and Tony's a first round pick? Now, why would the Giants want to give them up? He wasn't there, guy. This is a whole new brass new coach, new GM, new offensive coordinator. There's really very little holdover from the guys who drafted them and you said sunk costs. I think everyone knows the potential, but at this point, the amount of injuries and just not being able to be relied upon a player, the Giants are like, we'll cut bait, we'll take some draft picks. We'll roll with what we got. It's a rare deal that I think makes sense from both sides, but for the chiefs, everyone was pointing to like, Odell, or maybe they go and they get Jerry Judy, maybe they do have another swing at the bat, but at the very least they get kadarius Tony, who, when he has the ball in his hands, does electric as anybody in the league. Wow, he's like, we make fun of Anthony Davis. He's a hundred times worse. Tony hasn't stayed on the field at any point in his life. So interesting gamble, but I like guys who can play. It reminds me it's obviously different situation, but Josh Gordon is another one like this. These tantalizing talents. It's like, wow, if you could just get his life together. How many teams rolled the dice with Josh Gordon? He had different issues than Tony does, but if you can't stand the field, he can't stay on the field. The good thing is he's young. I was looking at it with the chiefs like, there's three teams that matter right now. Right? It's the bills, and it's the eagles. And then it's the chiefs, and then I think it drops off. And I think the chiefs know that now, right? They ripped through San Francisco. San Francisco was supposed to be on their level as a level two contender. And they beat the shit out of them. So now they're looking at bills and eagles and that's it. And how are you going to beat those teams with probably with offense? It's probably going to be a high scoring game, right? You're going to need points. They showed the ability against that niners game, but they have 6 touchdowns and 8 possessions, whatever it was. And first time they had the real fireworks, but you saw Valdez scantling get going. You saw a juju on the third and 6th. Part of that is the defense. I don't know what the diners would do with the defense. That's back to the Super Bowl with the wasp play. Third and 15. It's like, all right, this team haunts us on third and long. And then third and 20, they converted third and 11, they converted in third and 6, they converted and it was an avalanche, but chiefs looked really good last week, really good. It was impressive. I ended up losing a little money on it because for some reason I
"kadarius tony" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The hour, time for a check of sports from around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, dag. Ian Europa League group stage action Manchester United dominated sheriff tourist ball 3 million Old Trafford as Kristin Ronaldo scores his return to the club after sitting on Saturday's match against Chelsea due to disciplinary issues. Elsewhere arsenal misses an opportunity to clinch the top spot in group a by losing time hoping to nil meaning the Gunners only lead the Dutch club in the group by two points going into the final round of fixtures next week. Other notable results include Lazio beating vigilant two to one, AS Monica and forensic Plato one ultra aroma gets past el sinki two to one in an own goal. It's a good match about Thursday Night Football as a three and four Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hosting the four and three Baltimore Ravens. Tampa's lost for the last 5 games on the ravens are coming off a three point win over the Cleveland Browns. Defensive end clay is Campbell's not in the lineup for the ravens after missing practice all week due to an illness. The New York Giants trading wide receiver kadarius Tony to the Kansas City Chiefs are conditional third round draft pick and a 6 round pick. The 20th selection of the 2021 draft has only played 12 of a possible 24 games since entering the league due to injuries. So far the former university of Florida stars caught 41 passes for 420 yards with no touchdowns. In other news Cincinnati Bengals star white out Jamar chase is going to miss four to 6 weeks in the hip injury. The first flared up in the week 6 win over the New Orleans Saints. In 7 games chase S 47 catches for 605 yards and 6 touchdowns. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op aid. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business lash. Asian technology stocks
"kadarius tony" Discussed on Ultraflex Football
"So I went and looked at fantasy pros ranks for juju. This year they have him at wide receiver 29. For comparison's sake, MVS is ranked wider, zero 55 there. Not saying, I would rather myself have juju, but I think that he's ranked too high for this year. And really, I think for dynasty as well, if you look at any of those trade calculators, keep trade caught or some just dynasty rankings. He's valued around some guys that I would for sure sell him for. Now, guys like bran and ayu come to mind, kadarius Tony, Chase claypool out prefer all of those guys. But what I will say is I would not sell him right now. What I'm doing is waiting for him to have that big game with Patrick Mahomes throwing on the ball, let everybody lose their minds a little bit because there's going to be that one on your league who's going to overreact to that. He has that big game. That's what I'm selling. And looking to get a wide receiver that those guys I just mentioned, or maybe any of The Rookie wide receivers that just went, you know, round one, if you could get like sky more, say if he has a slow start from the same team, locked in for four years with that rookie contract. If you could get sky more in a pick back for juju, I think that's a slam dunk because we don't even know where Judy's going to be next year. So that is my first rob's blob. I love it. I actually 1 million percent agree with you. I think my homes isn't the type of guy that's going to just hone in on him. He's going to spread the ball around. Andy Reid's going to spread the ball around. You are even backing up what you were talking about now in your rankings, which you can find on Twitter, our Twitter is ultra flex, FFP. But you have him ranked at 46th in your wide receiver rankings. Ryan echo. Real quick. I want to say for rob's blob, I actually, I agree too. I had juju and one of the great I thought somebody would disagree here. Yeah, I do like juju. And I remember a few years ago, rob, I traded you or no, I traded you Christian McCaffrey with a big trade, yeah. For juju straight up, yep. And that was the year that juju kind of fell off the face of the planet and McCaffrey finished. I think as RB one, the last season, McCaffrey had. But juju was like the wide receiver one, well, projected. The season before, yeah, yeah, that big season. Yeah, so that was a big no no. Ryan, you're a little higher, you have them ranked 29th. So you're feeling a little bit of the juju love. It's actually really high. I mean, it's not that I don't like the guy.
"kadarius tony" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"But certainly as a distributor in a well designed offense and also a guy who can use his legs, there are things you can do with Daniel Jones besides ask him to stand in the pocket while you receivers all bump into each other four yards downfield, which was essentially last year's offense. Did you come up with abracadaniel? It's an adventure time. Nod there. It's no, it's just stolen from adventure time. I don't know why I'm trying to soft play that dimension time is a great show. We should all steal stuff from adventure time. I really like abracadaniel. I think that's just because the name Daniel and Daniel Jones in general just has this very polar opposite to a magician feel to him. You know, he's just like, I'm Daniel, you know? And boy, does this really warms my heart? It makes me very, makes me very happy at a deep level. Man, and no chance of him ending up with the Bengals next year, so no like Daniel Tiger. Nickname coming out. We're gonna have to put all those away. Next generation, when Joe burrow, I don't know, he'll make it to what 20, 39 or so. Before we get another Bengals quarterback. So those dreams are dead for now. What did we say about Carson Palmer? You know? Oh, that's a good point. None of the stuff is guaranteed. The bank is like, do they have any money to give Joe burrow a question mark? I don't know. But anyway. This is a pro dime's podcast. There's no doubt about it. I think that there are people in NFL circles who would take him like if Daniel Jones, we've talked about this. Daniel Jones and Baker Mayfield are both available this off season that they would have preferred to have Daniel Jones. He's big. He's tough. He's only known largely crappy situations, right? Duke, it was less than ideal to play in the ACC with that supporting cast and that offensive line. And with the Giants, it's just been tough sledding. That said, I think there's been some moments and we'll see him now in a far more, I think, organized offense that has a lot of playmakers, I don't know what you're gonna do with kadarius Tony this year, but a lot of guys you can catch and run. Plus Kenny gallaudet who had the reputation is that 50 50 ball guy. I think that there is a chance of a very flickering Daniel Jones renaissance here. No, I agree. I really like cady's Tony. I think we built like one Dale Robinson the second round traffic here. And not to mention, I mean, do you have a healthy sake bomb Barkley? You would you'd hope so. You haven't coming into these here. So, you know, you got something going there, kind of like the bears did. We talked about Chicago last show, but they rebuilt three fifths of the offensive line, but did it with the pretty good pretty good guys here.