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The Bill Simmons Podcast
"ken dorsey" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"One of those? Do you have two firsts? But Carolina. I personally would not trade a pick for a coach. I would you would not. It's so much more important than any other position. It's like quarterback and coach. If you have that, we can do it. If that's your look at the, look at the history though of this. Belichick, they traded for him. It worked. I know he's your friend, but I just don't think Peyton's on that same level. I don't. Okay. I think it's like one level below. And I wouldn't try to pick for him. I would try to do a day ball hire. Who's the next day ball? The next guy. It's funny. The guy was, I thought Ben Johnson from the Lions and he out of nowhere withdrew his name. He's like, I'm going back to Detroit as The O.C., 36 years old, mass major former college quarterback, went to North Carolina. That made a lot of sense for Carolina and he's going back to Dan Campbell and those guys, which now you're like, so who is that guy? You watch football every week. Are you like banging down the door for Ken Dorsey or Brian Callahan, who's in Cincinnati? I don't know if there is that guy this year. We have to go. Good combo. No, we have to go. We got more football time. More gas, more than things to do. I love it. I love it. I missed it last week. I apologize. I like to disagree on games, though, because that backs up what I think, whereas I think this is a really hard week and I'm going to probably take it easy on a $1 million picks this week because I think this feels like all the games are going to be close. And I don't know who's just this could be a let's be careful week. You know how it goes. We just talk about the games. I don't even know who you're picking until you do the pics and I text you around Sunday, 1 p.m.. So what are your picks? And I go, oh, that's interesting. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's one the two that you liked were sensing in Dallas, right? So we both liked sensi. I figured it out. Good
Bet The Board
"ken dorsey" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Of credit and Brian dabel and Kafka along with it obviously playing a major role in terms of just protecting the football. I mean, 8 turnovers in 17 starts includes the playoffs. .43 turnovers per game. It's the fewest in NFL and the NFL among 33 qualified quarterbacks. 11 starts this season with zero turnovers, most in the NFL. And while I don't want Ken Dorsey in Buffalo to catch any strays here, because we'll get to that game. It's just about to ask you that. Josh Allen suddenly turning the ball over with reckless abandon. Very different than what we're seeing from the Giants. There's one thing removed from that equation and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to try and figure that out. Now for all the strides the Giants have made offensively, it's still a defense that has a lot of questions that need to be answered. I mean, it was a group that was good against the run or excuse me. Good against the past relatively speaking and struggled against the run, but they stepped up last week to held the Vikings in check just limiting Dalvin cooking company to 61 rushing yards. We know that the linebacking corps lacks a little speed and as a result, they struggled with some of the read option component from the Philadelphia Eagles, but Payne, we've buried the lead in the breakdown of this particular game. Jalen hurts has now has two more weeks to heal from that shoulder injury that looked to really limit his abilities, week 18 and a game that the eagles had to win. How do we go about handicapping the offense for Philadelphia with the expectations that are real in this particular spot? Yeah, I mean, that's where the variance lies within this game and it's why you saw early money come in on the Giants, the places that opened 8 and a half before it ever really came onto the screen with a true rotation number. There were books that opened this 8 and a half and then it reopened 7, saw some eagles money at that price. It's kind of toggled back and forth all week there. And I think it's very much reliant on the information you're getting regarding Jalen hurts his health. I mean, if Jalen hurts his healthy, Philly is really going to move the ball. But that's the question, right? Can hurt throw down field as effectively. Can hurt's contribute with his legs in the zone read run scheme. There was no designed runs for hertz and week 18, and his comments after that game weren't great. He said he was really hurting. Now he's had two weeks off. I'm sure hertz will be a willing runner if the play breaks down in a drop back, but if he can't be a contributor in the zone read and he's not willing to take some hits, the eagles often just isn't going to be as efficient. And you go back to that week 18 matchup, Jalen hurts registered his lowest air yards per attempt on early down since week one. Only 20% of his passes went ten plus yards. That was the lowest since week one as well. And he only mustered a 38% success rate on drop back. So he wasn't throwing deep, and he wasn't nearly efficient when he was throwing short. So, you know, the eagles are playing the game where they didn't list hurts on the injury report. 100% healthy. My ass. Is that injury report? So that's really where things get difficult. You would think, right? If he were to be his healthiest, it would be this week compared to maybe next week if they're able to advance. If hertz is healthy enough to not restrict the offense, they're going to have success. They should be able to run the ball. The Giants have just been pissed poor defending the run. Even last week against the Vikings, the Giants allowed 2.9 yards per rush before first contact versus that Minnesota offense, which hasn't really shown an ability to run the ball. Their center came back from a back injury. It was a shell of himself. There were down their right tackle. And just the Giants weren't great winning at the line of scrimmage against the run. You look at the Giants overall since week 9. Horrific, dead last, despite playing a horrific schedule of run defenses. You look over that stretch, they've played the likes of Houston, dead last and Russia efficiency, Indy. 31st, Washington twice, who's 29th. Minnesota twice, who's 28. Now you get number one Philadelphia. And that's really been the trouble in some of those first matchup specifically that week 14 matchup. There were just really wasn't a way to stop the run to the point where wink was kind of loading the box and playing cover one man and he was getting shredded on the outside to one on one balls to AJ Brown. But you also look at this giant defense. I know they're getting substantially healthier. They weren't really great last week. I was surprised. I thought we would have saw a little bit better of an uptick last week, especially the way Minnesota's offense had been trending. But you look at the Giants. They've been horrible on early downs defensively. Dead last in the EPA per plan early downs despite playing a below average schedule of offenses, which is quite predictive. I know the Giants are healthier now than they have been you mentioned, the three key cogs returning. I just, I didn't like what I saw. I was very disappointed against Minnesota. I mean, obviously the offensive game plan was elite. It was super efficient. I just expected a little bit more from the defense. If wink is smart and not stuck in his waist, he's going to use more zone coverage in this matchup. But again, you go back to week 14, wink used man coverage 45% of the time, a ton of cover one hurts just absolutely ate the Giants up. In the second matchup, giants only played man 18% of the time. They held the eagles in check with backups in a must win for the eagles. Now again, Jalen hurts wasn't a 100%. But your bail and Jalen hurts out if you play man coverage. So wink has to be smart here, use more zone. I'm also interested to see wing splits right. Giants pressured cousins on 44 percentage drop backs last week with just a 15% blitz rate. But wink really hasn't been able to get pressure on the eagles in the first two matchups despite blitzing about 55% of the time combined in the two meetings. The offensive line for Phillies just so good that you haven't been able to get home. You're almost better just saying, hey, if we're not going to get pressure sending the house, we'll just deal with what we can organically and we'll just keep more guys in coverage and hope that a guy that might not have as much zip on the ball has to fit some balls through some tight windows. You look at the eagles, they are an interesting thing here. When you look at splits, if we were helping the eagles this year, you would come out with a game plan where Jalen hurts is throwing with play action as much as possible. You look at the splits between what the eagles are offensively, what the Giants are defensively with play action. That's really a way to attack this defense. The eagles are bottom ten offense when throwing without play action. Top 5 when using play action. The Giants defensively are the third worst defense defending passes when opponents throw the play action. Third best. One offense is don't use it. So this has to be a high play action game for Jalen hurts if the eagles are smart. Dallas
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"ken dorsey" Discussed on Bet The Board
"As always, follow the podcast at bet the board pod for all sorts of updates analysis and everything else that you've come to expect from us. And if you haven't already done so encourage you guys, even this late in the season, sign up for the bet the board podcast newsletter, some great information there, things you may have missed during the week. Of course, a prophet every week and this week was an absolute rocking chair for those folks that just went there, signed up, you get that right in your inbox well in advance of game day to be able to get down at some of the good numbers that are out there. All right, pain, tonight, in the jungle, the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals and this number on a Monday morning starting to leak out a little bit. The bill is now out to a one and a half point favorite in some shops. There's a two out there. There's a one total pretty consistent in that 49 and a half to 50 range and it'll become the first ever meeting between Josh Allen and Joe burrow. The bills with 12 wins and the bangles with 11 have a combined 23 wins this season. Why is that relevant? Well, it's tied for the most ever entering a Monday Night Football matchup. You have to go back to 1997 when Denver played San Francisco. John Elway against Steve Young, so rarefied air in that regard. When you look at Josh Allen and Joe burrow, most combined passing touchdowns by any opposing quarterbacks entering a Monday Night Football game ever, playoff scenarios, the bills with a win would be guaranteed no worse than the two seed can clinch a one seed by winning out or by going one and one in the chiefs losing in week 18. Meanwhile, for the bangles, they can clinch the AFC north and week 17 with this win knowing that the ravens have already lost, they can clinch a one seat in the AFC with two wins and a Kansas City Chiefs loss on week 18. I provide all of that to ask you the overarching question as the football guru that you are. Are you more interested to watch the Buffalo Bills offense go up against Lou Anna rumo's Cincinnati Bengals defense or are you more interested to watch Joe burrow, see what he can do with his talented cast of skill position players against the buffalo defense that may or may not be down one of its key cocks? Well, fortunately, our TV is going to allow us to see both sides of the match. Yeah, that's why I just want to ask where you want to start with. I didn't say we were going to completely ignore the other side of the ball or for you to change the channel. Let's start with the former I think what's really interesting about this game is the price is right. I mean, I've tried making some tweaks and looking at trending metrics to try to get the numbers right. I just feel really good about where this is priced within the market, although to your point, saw a little bit of bill's money comments slightly this morning. It's now opening up the teaser window on Cincinnati. If that's your thing, I know the bill's offense isn't completely humming right now. But this to me is a pretty big step up in class for the Bengals defense. And I understand what some analytics sites say about the competition Cincinnati's face defensively. But I just like what we do in-house better. I'm going to be pretty aggressive with that statement, right? There's multiple games that are slanting since these schedule metrics. If you kind of assess those a little bit better, you start to wonder who the Bengals defense is truly played. There's not a ton of special quarterbacks on the schedule. It's trubisky and game one of a brand new system. It's Cooper Russia instead of dak. It's Flacco. It's Bridgewater for the majority of a short week game instead of Andy Dalton, Mario, to Brissette, Mayfield, Pickett, Tannehill, Mac Jones. The list kind of goes on and on. And even in some of the name brand quarterbacks and offenses, that Cincinnati's play, they weren't technically themselves. Brady and the Buccaneers, we've outlined that in chronicled at all season. They're below average offense prior to this outburst against a Carolina defense beaten and battered in the second theory. Kansas City's elite, but four major contributors were out on offense, and then you had the ravens game back in week 5 where Baltimore's figuring out life without Rashad Bateman for the first time this season. So there's these little quirky things where to me, they haven't been battle tested. So I think my point here is you'll look and see Cincinnati's face to top 8 schedule of offenses. It's just not the case when you look at the timing of those matchups. Now, buffalo offensively is certainly searching for some things that hasn't looked like the bills offense. We've grown accustomed to their outside the top 5 and EPA and schedule just efficiency since week 11. I think we referenced it a little bit earlier in the show that's starting center Mitch Morse returns and that's huge. I think Josh Allen and both Ken Dorsey have called Morse the dad of the offensive line and holds those guys accountable and they're just a different offense with him out there. The bills have been running a touch better of late, but it does feel very much opponent driven. I'm not sure how much success buffalo is going to have running it here. If you look at Cincinnati, they're 9th and schedule adjusted to Russia efficiency when DJ reader is in the lineup. That's their all world run stuff where they went and paid a gazillion bucks too and free agency and took them away from the Texans. They're merely average and run defense without readers readers playing here. We'll have to keep an eye on Sam Hubbard, who is one of the best edge setting run defenders in this league dealing with a little bit of a calf injury was out there as early as Monday giving in some limited reps, but those calf injuries are a little tricky. It was initially a four week injury when that happened. We haven't quite reached that timeline yet, he hasn't gotten in a full practice yet. So we'll see if he's up. That would be a big loss in terms of stopping the run for Cincinnati if Sam Hubbard is an out there. So to me, this is very much a Josh Allen in the receiver's game. And I'm sure Lou Anna rumo has seen the data and what teams have done successfully against buffalo by not blitzing Josh Allen write specifically the jets you have those two data points with Robert sala where he just chose not to blitz Josh Allen and maybe that's the approach here. But if you're Ken Dorsey and the bills, you have to attack Cincinnati through the air. Diggs has to be more involved. He was an afterthought against the bears. I know weather played a little bit of a role there with some wind. But if you listen to Josh Allen this week, he's been talking about finding digs. Implementing him into the game plan really force feeding him.
Bet The Board
"ken dorsey" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Schedule, December, January, and hopefully a date in February in Glendale to play for the Lombardi trophy. Yeah, I think your main point there and buffalo having some extra time to throw a couple wrinkles and counter punch what the jets did to them defensively makes a world of sense. You go back to that first meeting. The jets just completely shut down Josh Allen and the bills offense. And that was when they were healthier than they are now. Just season lows across the board in both counting stats and efficiency metrics and I'm just going to be interested to see how Robert slaw and obviously Jeff olbert follow up that game plan this go around because there were a ton of things they did that just completely caught Josh Allen and even Ken Dorsey to your point by surprise. The jets morphed into something they weren't and did things they hadn't put on film prior to that game and you look at the first thing was the jets didn't blitz it all. Now they're typically not a high blitz rate team so a lot of things he's got the horses up front to get natural pressure. But everyone had been blitzing Josh Allen because the splits were a little bit better if you sent heat, but the jets only blitzed two times all games. So the four man rush worked extremely well. When the jets sent fewer than 5 pass rushers, Allen was 18 for 33 with two picks and negative 0.35 EPA per drop back in a 48 passer rating in that first matchup. So we'll see. Buffalo probably knows that could be coming. This is going to be the ultimate cat and mouse game here. The other thing Robert slaw did to kind of throw a wrench into buffalo's plans offensively and we mentioned it last week and in passing and didn't realize we're going to be talking about this game this week. But the first thing was in the opening matchup sauce gardener traveled. Leading up to the first bills game like sauce plate 96% of snaps on the left side read played 96% of his snaps on the right against buffalo. It was the inverse. Sauce played 56% of snaps on the right, read 56% on the left. So it kind of threw a wrinkle into where they were doing some things formation only with Stefan Diggs and a kind of created this idea that sauce was traveling with dig somewhat. And then there was this interesting usage of defensive linemen where on late passing downs, Salah would take a defensive end most of the time. It was Jermaine Johnson. You'd have him stand up in the middle of the line of scrimmage about two yards off the ball and rush him that way. And that caused some real problems on those 15 snaps. This side of the ball is just very much scheme driven if salak and dial up something unique again. What's the encore performance right for that? The bill is probably going to at least with this extra time, be prepared for what transpired in the first matchup. This is really interesting to me. Obviously, if you look at the bills, they've struggled in second halves. In most weeks, that's a little bit concerning. I don't know if it's Ken Dorsey thing. I don't know if it's an injury thing with Josh Allen, but they've struggled in the back half. And so I think where this just is difficult for me to assess is what is Robert slot come up with here. Can you throw the last curve ball again and have just as much success with it or do you just have to come up with something completely different knowing the bills with extra time have probably ironed some things out to combat what unfolded in the first matchup. But ultimately, this is really interesting because I envision some jets money coming into the market driving this down and we were kind of I think both Todd waiting on some advantage teasers. And I don't think we're going to get there with a 6 in this morning.
"ken dorsey" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Fourth down. All those different possibilities are built in for them succeeding if they go for it. Likewise, if they go for it and fail, we know this other team as opposing team is going to have great field position, a short field to go and score on. Yes. They're going to be in an advantageous opportunity. So we know the downside. And of course, we know what would happen if they punt. It's going to be a less imposing situation. The other team is going to have pretty mediocre field position, but they get the ball and the ball is valuable. And we know what their winning expectance is going to be. From their situation. And so we have all that data so we can estimate whether it's better for a team to go for it or punt and usually, on fourth and one, it's typically better to go for it than it is to put. So we'll get back to the idea of the trendline here suggesting more aggression than teams are historically comfortable with. But what should a good analytics slash evidence slash information driven team be doing here? What are they giving their head coach? Because I know this is an operation that is beyond just the one man. Yes, so teams can't run those models in real time with the computer and give that data to a coach. It does not really work that way in the NFL, unfortunately. Teams are not permitted to use computers. The only technology they have are the famous now as a weapon for Ken Dorsey toss around, league of supplied surface tablets that don't have any access to the Internet. You can not check Twitter from your surface table during the game. So how do the to quote Dave gettleman here on ironically? How do the computer folks? How do the computer guys actually help a coach if they can actually communicate with them via a computer? It starts during the week. Really, it starts during the off season, but during the game week process, you're having a conversation with your coach. Usually I would imagine it's on Friday, maybe it's on Tuesday or Thursday. It doesn't really matter when it is, but at some point during the week, for informationally inclined teams, you're having your analytics people have a conversation with your head coach about whatever their models are saying this week. They're feeding the coach basically best practices for some common situations. And those best practices that are shared by the computer guys with the football guys. How do they present that information in a way that helps the coach make real decisions? So an NFL information collective or analytics group, depending on what term you want to use. That's right. It's giving their coach two numbers. And it might be easier to explain this from the perspective of a coin flip, because we're going to talk about expected value very quickly. Finally, ESPN daily explains probability theory Bill. Explain it to me also just to be very clear here. Yes. As two people who know exactly what they're talking about here, we will engage in this conversation. Sound of nodding hard. Let's take a classic coin flip example here. Let's say you're betting a dollar on a coin to come down heads. Let's say this is a real coin and there was no game ex we'll leave that part aside. When heads comes, let's say you win $10. But when tails comes, you lose $1. Now obviously, that is a great bet because the average probability of that situation is that you're going to win that bet 50% of the time. Yes, the league average rate of success in this case is 50%. Exactly. But when you win, you win $10, and you only lose $1 when you lose, so you only have to succeed a little over 10% of the time to make a profit. And that's the number NFL teams are giving to their coaches to justify going for it. If you can succeed, a little over 10% of the time, it's still makes sense, even if you're gonna miss a certain percentage of the time. Right, because even if you're gonna lose and there's a 50% chance of you losing the coin flip, the rewards, the upside of getting heads is so great that it justifies the risk of not having it turn up in your favor. Yes. And to be fair, NFL situations are just a tiny bit more complicated. And how just a slightly less obvious example of expected value than coin flips. Right. But this is the upside. This is the promise of taking the risk. And that's why it's important to know how successful the league is in general, that first number, and what, in fact, you are personal profit might be in
SI Media Podcast
"ken dorsey" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Yes. A Hall of Fame quarterback? You know, in his retirement, you know, facing that kind of penalty. And that will be a gigantic story for you. I don't think you'll end up in jail, but I think, you know, worm his way out of it probably, but I mean, he clearly, listen, I mean, he did something there that is heinous. There's no, I don't think there's any disputing that at this point. So. That's a bad note to wrap it up on. Let's wrap it up, we should wrap it up on something, I don't know. Oh, I hear something. I'll do this. I heard the most insane take I think I've heard in a long time yesterday. Okay. And it came from Peter king. Who was on, who was on Chris mad dog Russo SiriusXM show. Not who I thought you were going to say. I know. And he said, well, he destroyed, he destroyed Ken Dorsey for flipping out in the press box after the bills lost. And said that if he does it again, the bill should send them to anger management. No. He said that. A football coach? He's throwing things after a loss. 40 plus years of covering pro football. You can see football coaches get it angry. Said he acted like a child, can't have a coach act that way, can't have a coach behave that way, and if he does it again, the bill should send them to anger management. We're doing. There's going to be a lot of coaches and anger management next week. Like, the team just lost and he threw some stuff. I think that's normal. Wasn't the Florida coach, Billy named Peter, who was on the field and holding him back the other day. Is that really football coaches? I was driving when I heard that take, listening to the show. And I wanted to pull over and tweet about it. But then I'm like, I don't want to tweet about it because then people take Peter king and then it becomes a thing that I'm just saying that was one of the wildest takes I've ever heard in my life. The funniest part of that clip was not the throwing stuff. It was the person who put the hand over the camera because they realized he was on camera. Since when throwing things are 5 seconds, oh, excuse me. This is a private moment of anger. You're in the coordinator box. Since when are we not allowed to see coaches be angry or covering up coaches tirades? We live for coaches tirades. What are we doing? It was a great piece of video. Yeah. It's like Tom throwing the tablet. Same thing. Oh, anger management for Tom Brady. Tom. Throw in a lot of tablets, right? We don't know. I'm glad I got to get that out of my system.
The MMQB NFL Podcast
"ken dorsey" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"That's how good it was. You know? It almost kills you, but you just love it. It's true. So I'm sorry, we were talking about the massive weight loss of the bills offensive lineman after Miami. It's just gonna be because I tend to, you know, just put a little asterisk next to teams coming off massive snap counts on the defensive side of the ball. And this will be interesting to see, you know, they certainly stylistically play in a fashion where you don't need your offensive line to absolutely dominate in this game. You have a quarterback who obviously solves a lot of problems. And you like to throw the ball around. And I think they have done such a good job of winning with off script stuff to the point where I was really, I've been really impressed with Isaac McKenzie we knew could do that. It was gonna be a big part of that. Devin Singletary, I think, impressed me a lot in terms of, I think he's better understanding when Josh Allen is on the move. How can I make myself more useful? And how can I make myself more valuable to the offense? And I think with a sort of really smartly paired check down option that is going to be as dynamic as Josh elm. Like if you can fit in that role and be that guy, I remember just thinking like ladainian Tomlinson used to be so good at that. I mean, that's part of the reason that it made him such a good player. And I'm not comparing the two of them. So stop it. But, you know, I think that that is trouble against a relatively young secondary, especially, you know, and Kyle Hamilton had a good game last week, but some of these guys are going to have to be forced to cover a lot. And Ken Dorsey has proven that even without Brian Abel, he can get those match ups, he can get these guys in space. It's going to be a tough assignment. It's been a really interesting sort of evolution of this offense here, because look, you said it early in the preseason, you know, everyone's going to be looking for the check down, guys. With all these split safety looks, all these conservative secondaries, it's going to be the year of the check down. And we've seen that in some places where it's already kind of become predictable. You know, we talked about this a little bit about the Sunday Night game and you have a quarterback in Denver who is kind of chosen to frequently check down, but has also strangely not taken advantage of opportunities to run for large chunks of yards.
The Dan Patrick Show
"ken dorsey" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"12, 13, 14, play drive. This is too hard to NFL. You won't score enough points because the law averages will catch up and catch up to you in terms of you making a mistake turning the football over whatever it is. And the Titans don't have that. Not having AJ Brown on this team is a huge, huge, huge loss. It's huge. As nice of a prosthetic as trailing Burke's is, he's not ready for that spotlight. Nick Westbrook akina is not that kind of guy. They haven't been able to get Robert Woods going in the kind of role that he has already excelled at what he was with the rams of one of his book buffalo before that. Not having AJ Brown. I mean, that's an issue. That's an issue. And I don't even know if Derek Henry is the same Derek Henry anymore. There are all sorts of line isn't nearly as strong as you would hope it would be for them to be a run centric football team because the team that they played against when you're talking about okay after two weeks is are there teams that have shown you this is who they are, buffalo has shown you who they are. This isn't just some hot start that's going to fizzle out. They have shown you who they are. The von Miller effect in Buffalo is real. It is real. We talked about it extensively Monday. It's real. And I'll tell you as nice as a coordinator as Brian dabal is and it's nice of a coach as he is. And by night, I mean, he's just he's good at talk to Brian many, many times. He's good. Ken Dorsey, the new OC up there who's up old quarterback coach, like still coaching quarterbacks. MOC, he is the real deal too, man. And they have taken this organization to another level with the addition of von. The addition of a physical running game and the fact this team just feels like it will not be denied. It will not be denied then. And I think they're heading for that big heavyweight Ali Frazier showdowns. It seems. I mean, it's just going to happen. And it's going to be maybe the most watched game of the year. Whenever they play, we got the bills in the dolphins. Where do you stand? I know, somewhere down the line. Okay, where do you stand on the dolphins? Then I've been one of the biggest. Cheerleaders in the history of cheerleading. And I really do like what his headspace seems to be right now. And that is a direct reflection of the fact that Mike mcdaniel from day one has said, I am behind this kid 100% not just word, but I'm going to back him publicly. I'm going to back in privately. I'm going to get with Chris Greer.
The Rich Eisen Show
"ken dorsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Go. Listen, that's one of two. I'm just saying, and I brought you fresh squeezed orange juice last time. You got to crap. But I'll drink it. I'm sorry. We have good guests today, Marshall, because that's how I roll. And I thought we'd bring somebody hot in. Actually, I take no credit for it. I think it was like a redo Stefon Diggs was supposed to be on that one. I'm not sure if you know about this, but he kind of had a party last night. Him showed up. Kim showed up. I can't wait. I can't wait. I love the kid too, man. I just love the intensity that he plays with. He plays with purpose. You understand when he's on the field, what he's on the field for. Yeah, a career high. What was that? Three touchdowns, monae football. He and Jerry Rice, the only two guys to have three career touchdowns. I'm running a football and he's a beast. You know who else is a beast, Josh Allen. I mean, they are who we thought they were, right? Yes, yes. It's exactly why everybody was picking them. To be in the Super Bowl and I'm going to say this, they didn't just go up against two slouch defenses. They went up against two of the best of last year, two playoff caliber teams, and I'm just impressed at what I'm seeing from buffalo. John McDermott has this team ready to play. And I'm a king Dorsey. Ken Dorsey and what he's doing with this offense, the answers that they have for stuff that teams are doing. It is, man. Once he plays the teams and division twice, I want to see his adjustments, but so far, the things that he did against the rams, they were like specific plays for certain situations. Guys were running wide open. And again, last night, they had it again. He's done a great job at introducing himself as offensive coordinator in NFL. Yeah, the bills beat the Super Bowl champions and last year's number one seed in the AFC combined score 72 to 17. That's not a fluke marshmallow. Listen, they're gonna beat up on some people. Next week. That's gonna be a tough game. At Miami, but what about Miami? What about tua? What about everyone on the field? That was incredible. I just love the resolve. Week one, okay, Miami was good. Week two, your down. To Baltimore? And you come back in that game. They are, listen, tarika puts out a lot of stuff. And he was telling us about two of his arm and how good they can be. The second half of that game, I was like, maybe tyreek hill. Maybe he's right. And what I'm starting to look at that I never really paid attention to in Miami for good was the offensive line is actually protecting the quarterback. The kid was back there with time to throw the football. And he looked, he looked like he did when he came into the Alabama Georgia game and say that game for them. That's what he looked like. He looked like a savior for the dolphins. That line looks good. Arizona's line looks good. I had to go to Kyler Murray really quick because I wanted your reaction on that kid is a yo yo. That kid is a video game. What are you thinking when you're watching him and I'm sorry to go over to Arizona, I want to talk about that. That's fine. The eagles. That's why I talk about the bills, but you said the O line and I thought Arizona. I like what their offensive line is doing. And here's what I'm going to do. In the Cardinals, they're going to think I'll call me maybe a Homer to rams or I'm probably pissed off their fans, but they are a first quarter of the season team. I mean, they can easily go for it, though. They could possibly get to 6 and one. I just want to see them in a second half. That's all I want to see because they are a Jekyll and Hyde team. And I know we're not talking about it. But I just can't get over the fact that they had to put a clause in his contract for him to study. I can't get over that. I'm serious. I have not gotten over that. We have the same clause for example. I would not have signed that contract because of that. I don't care. That's ridiculous. I get 200 some million but I would have been like, I don't know about this damn clause, man. 'cause that's gonna stick. That's gonna stick with him the rest of his career. I'd be so embarrassed if I'm the quarterback that has that clause. I would be humiliated. But here's the problem, all right? A couple of other people got extensions that they didn't I didn't hear about their closets. The GM got an extension. I didn't hear about his claws. The head coach got an extension. I didn't hear about his claws. So why'd they hear about his claws? Exactly. That's the point, isn't it? Yep. We see who the scapegoat is going to be of this thing gonna go up. But boy, did it go well. They threw it out there. They did. All right, let's flip back though, before we go on. Josh Allen. He is a machine. He's a beast he's scary. I mean, as someone who's referring to him as the terminator, I mean, he's got that baby face, it's hard to call him the terminator, but what a big body and watch out from play action. I think when we start to think about quarterbacks and they have to have a certain look, you start to think about where they go to school and where they play and where you got to draft them from and the type of competition that they play with. It's almost as if buffalo was like, actually, we need a guy from Wyoming to come here and win. If you're going to play in Buffalo in the wind and the elements and you actually need to be a cowboy. And come ride some buffaloes and show us how to win. Nobody's really talking about the kids DNA as pedigree and what he brought to the table and how many questions was asked of whether this guy was the guy and now everybody's looking for a guy like this. Everybody's looking for a guy like this. And he seems like the quintessential buffalo guy. Just nothing fiends. Jim Kelly, and then him. I mean, those two guys embody what playing quarterback for the Buffalo Bills is all about. That whole blue collar team workman mentality, how they go about it. It's awesome. I just love what I see.
The Rich Eisen Show
"ken dorsey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"It's a stream world folks. Thursday Night Football is coming to a streamer. Prime Video. Amazon is taken over Thursday Night Football and one of their new stars who is ready to roll, he has built for this and he's part of the pre game postgame and halftime of Thursday Night Football, which comes your way on Prime Video to kick off week two and just 6 nights from now between the Chargers and chiefs in Kansas City is the perennial pro bowler from back in his day in Super Bowl champion Richard Sherman on the rich eisen show Mercedes Benz van's phone line. How are you doing, Richard? I'm doing fantastic, man. Another day, another beautiful opportunity. How are you? I'm doing great. Congrats on this gig. I'm so happy for you. You are so made for this. You are so ready for it. And I can't wait to watch you and the rest of the crew have at it in Kansas City that is such a big game, which we'll get to in a minute. But I would be remiss if I just didn't give you the floor and ask you what your takeaway from the bills beat down of the rams to kick the season off, what does that take away? Richard. You know, I thought I thought early on. I mean, the ram defense played well. I thought they created turnovers Nick Scott was all over the place. Bobby Wagner had a sag freaking Aaron Donald had sex. They were making plays Troy hill with interception. But I thought they just got worn down. You know, I didn't think the offense gave him enough throughout the game. I don't think that offensive line is going to stand up. I think they're going to have to make an adjustment. And bring somebody else in. I was jokingly saying they're going to call with, but it's not as much of a joke that people think it is. You know, I mean, nope boom looked a little overwhelmed at times. And he's going to have, he's going to have a lot to deal with the season. Yeah, it was a very difficult night for Stafford. The offensive line allowed 15 hits on their quarterback 7 sacks and as I mentioned to start the program, the all 22 Twitter remarked that there was no blitzing by the bills. They just went and rushed them and they got to him and they hit him. You think the fix is less needs got to be on the phone line at a to find another offensive lineman or two. Our pods. I mean, no question. I mean, I think what they showed are now nothing is buffalo buffalo is freaking was the number one defense in football last year in terms of yards. Okay. But they have to go against the San Francisco forty-niners deep into line twice and they have monsters and they have already struggled with them consistently. You know, they have to go against them twice. They have to go get the AFC west twice. I mean, they have to go get the NC west and you know, you got another boast of coming to town. You got Chandler Jones. You got max Crosby. She got Khalil Mack. You know, the people that they're going to have to deal with this year, if they don't get that fixed. I mean, 15 hits is just the tip of iceberg. And then what did you make of the bills? Offensively, Richard. It just seemed like the only issue could be possibly that Brian dabel is gone, their play caller is gone. And that might leave the bills adrift, but then we saw the first set of downs was a remarkable remarkable march down the field. Ken Dorsey appeared to be pushing all the right buttons and what a button to push than Josh Allen. I mean, that's the way I took it. How difficult is it going to be to stop this offense this year? Do you think Richard? It's going to be really difficult and he took his time, you know? And I think that's, you know, you hear the rems remarks after the game talking about, we thought they wouldn't be patient. We thought Josh Allen would be impatient and take shots and he just took what the defense gave him. He didn't force anything. Hey, it's taken away. Check it down. That's 5. That's a, hey, it's taken away. I'll take it with my legs. And for the first half, it seemed like he made a conscious decision not to run it. And I think that was Ken Dorsey and I think that was Josh Allen. I think they made a conscious decision to say, hey, let me show you guys, this guy's an MVP candidate with his arm. And then the beginning of the second half, the first, I think it was the first driver of the second drive. They had two design quarterback runs immediately. It was just, they were so in tune. And so in rhythm, that it was like a game. It was like they were just scripting what they wanted to show. And what they wanted to do and what they wanted people to see. It's like a movie. And if you're doing that in a game against the defending Super Bowl champ, like, oh my goodness. This is going to be a fun season for them. 5 time all pro cornerback and Super Bowl champion and prime videos Thursday night footballs. Richard Sherman here on the rich eisen show, so run down for me the team that can beat the bills in the AFC. Is it the team that you're going to go see a host the kick-off of prime videos Thursday Night Football and the chiefs because they have knocked the bills off twice? Could it be the Bengals? Anyone else in the AFC west or anyone else that I'm missing? Walk me through that, Richard Sherman. I think it's one of the two teams that we're going to see this upcoming Thursday. I think it's either the Chargers or the chief. And unfortunately, the charges haven't lived up to the lofty expectations that everyone has had for them. But hopefully this is the year they do. I think Justin Herbert prawn to continue his great play, obviously then getting JC Jackson. We'll see if he's healthy for this first week and hopefully he's healthy for that game. But Khalil Mack, bringing him in town, Sebastian Joseph day to secure that run game. You know, that was a huge weakness for him last year. I think they'll have a chance. Obviously, people are making a huge deal about the Kansas City Chiefs losing the treater, which is obviously you know that all pro receiver is going to make a difference. But in the pre season, if that was any indication, they look like they're ready to weather that storm. Mahomes are still mahomes and Andy Reid is still Andy Reid, the enemy is still the enemy and they're still calling the game the same, you know, micole Harmon is taking some of the some of the stress off. Juju Smith Schuster is doing something. I think they're doing it by committee and in a way that it would have all been cheated to do this job and they're doing it with four or 5 guys but they're still getting it done. All right, Richard chairman, I want to ask you some of the burning questions going around the National Football League and get your two cents on it and you have some unique insight on many of them. Starting with Lamar Jackson representing himself in Baltimore. Today is deadline day that he set for his new contract and if he doesn't get it, he will place it things aside. And the conversation that has been going on is the reason why it has not been done is partially because Lamar is representing himself and needs to get representation to bring this thing home. What do you say about that? Having somebody who has represented himself before.
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"ken dorsey" Discussed on VSiN Best Bets
"Behind the glass you've done a little ping ponging. You were behind the glass. He was on the desk now. He's back behind the glass again. So, you know, it was short lived, but it was fun, Kelly. Oh, yeah, definitely an upgrade over there. Definitely an upgrade. Do you feel like a do you feel like a star now though? You were like, you were, you sat up here. You were in obviously these really high quality chairs. Chairs, high quality suits. You know, just a big day today. I feel like I'm schlepping here. Now I call it shirt. I didn't talk to AFC east with you too much here, read because listen, the bills are minus two 30 to take it down. Dolphins plus four 50 patriots 5 to one in the jets are super long shot at 28 to one rightfully. So now they're going to be without their starting quarterback for at least a few weeks. And so we look here, I guess the question for me is not necessarily, do you think the bills are going to win the division? I think everybody thinks that the bills are going to win the division. My question, I guess, then, is what team do you feel like is going to finish second in this division? And do you think that there is any chance in the world that they could actually push the bills? I do think that one team in particular probably could. And again, it's a matter of how do these things play out, right? And that's a dolphins. And I think that's not really a hot take. I think a lot of people are high in the dolphins right now with the additions that they've made, mainly tyreek hill. But to your point, Matt, I think we're the value is in not necessarily betting this division and who's going to win because Lang two 25 or two 30 on the bills is probably a fool's errand because we don't know how Ken Dorsey is going to be either as in USC.
"ken dorsey" Discussed on NFL Live
"So two guys got the job done with their legs. So over the weekend, fun exchange here, SportsCenter tweeted out the quotes from cowboys defensive back, Trayvon dicks tried to recruit his brothers Stefan Diggs, the Dallas, Josh Allen, bill's quarterback, was short and sweet with his response. No. Bill's GM brain and bean also recently said that the Stefon Diggs contract situation would not be an issue to get something done. That's good news there for buffalo day. You like the Buffalo Bills off season so far? Well, Brandon bean also said he would trade himself before he trans. And then now Josh Allen's like, don't think about coming to my best receiver. Yeah, I do. I like the addition because it was cheap of OJ Howard to tight end from Tampa Bay. I love the fact that they brought Rogers sappho on board who's a big physical interior offensive lineman. They're getting TRE davious white back who's one of the premier corners in the NFL who got hurt last year. Obviously the addition of von Miller. So I think it's the team that we felt was probably the best team in the AFC last year. Certainly the best defense, the interesting thing for me about their football team moving forward is their new offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey. How much does he carry over from Brian dabel who's in New York now and how much does he put his own fingerprint on it? And then how do they really use Josh Allen as the season goes on when it comes to his legs and taking hits off his body? Yeah, they're saying some things that make you think they want to protect him a bit more as a runner because he is every year as more and more toll on the body. Let's say in the AFC east, but go to Miami. Dolphins have had a Need for Speed this off season. They had plenty of it. They first of all, most recently traded for tyreek hill. It was 5 fix going to Kansas City. So argued with the fastest player in the league is added to Miami. Here's his new head coach Mike mcdaniel on that NASCAR like offense they now have. As far as exact ways that will use tyreek hill relative to the way that we, that debo Samuel was used in San Francisco, there's probably going to be some overlap to some degree, but those are things that Devo Samuel evolved into that role because of both circumstance and because of his skill set while in San Francisco. I expect no different no difference really with tyreek. Interesting stuff there, Dan. What do you make of this rebuild offense? Down there in Miami. I think this offense in Miami will be like basketball on grass. Interesting. And I'll basketball team that constantly tries to run in transition and get in fast breaks. They are going to be about speed and precision and how many different ways can we get multitudes of different playmakers the ball out in space and allow those guys to win in a one on one matchup, and instead of a four yard box, it's an 8 yard box of the street. You know, and I think people have to understand that tua is not going to be asked to be Patrick Mahomes or a Josh Allen. He's going to be asked to be precise in all the little details when it comes to operating this offense. I think the most important stuff for tua and it's not easy for everybody at home is when Mike McDaniels calls these plays. You got to be precise with your snap boy motion. So if the motion and the ball has to get snapped, he's behind the tackle, it can't be behind a garden. It can't be behind the tight end. So two has got to be precise with that. It's got to go to the right guy at the right time on the right shoulder so a four yard catch becomes an 8 yard catch. It's going to be like this new age West Coast offense that is all about the speed and how well they can do all the little things. Yeah, listening to you talk Dan, I'm reminded of just how much pressure there is now on to it because there's no more excuses. They put in an optimal situation around him. And I also think there's pressure on the dolphins organization. I mean, the beginning of the show, I talked about from the chief side of this, how it was a bit of a short term risk, but they're betting on the long term. I think this is sort of the reverse for Miami. In the short term, this offense is going to be better. No, I'm excited. Listening to Dan talk about it, and Mike Daniel talk about it. I am excited to watch, however, while they'll get clarity on tua after, if that clarity is negative, if they feel with everything great around him and improved offensive line, he's not the guy while they do have draft picks next year. They spent so much draft capital and money on the wide receiver position. They're not in an ideal situation to get another quarterback, especially their draft picks exterior at the end of the first round. We will see teams at the beginning, probably going for Bryce young and CJ Stroud. So there's still an element of risk that I think is going to be interesting to watch play out and ultimately it comes down to whether to a tank viola lives up to the pieces around him. The key word that mean he used for me was optimal. Because I do think it now is optimal for the quarterback. Not only any quarterback for tua to be in Miami to play really well in not exactly the same, but it's a little bit like buffalo and Josh Allen in his third year where they got a Stefan Diggs and added a dynamic playmaking wide receiver and they had beefed up the offensive line a little bit and then Brian davo as the play caller totally understood what Josh was going to be good at and used him the exact way that his skill and talents were going to allow them to thrive. I think that's exactly the similar situation that two and now has in Miami. We'll be really, really, really fascinating. Just so many second reaction plays between mahomes and tyreek hill in Kansas City. Do those exist in Miami? We'll find out. This upcoming fall. Hey, it's time now for one more thing, and I'm here to tell you that hold all my Tuesday night plans in August. Because the Detroit Lions are coming to HBO's hard knocks. This should be must see TV because if you like Dan Campbell's sound bites, you could be in for a treat. Here's some of the best Lions head coach last season. And when you knock us down, we're gonna get up and on the way up, we're gonna buy the kneecap off. There's no turds here. All right, and on the way up, we're gonna take your other kneecap. Before long, we're gonna be the last one standing at Starbucks to get two venti with two shots in. So black eye in both. I learned how to clean chicken. And I could do it blind over and over. If it's something that could be seen as bad luck in my eyes, I'm gonna knock. Maybe the same underwear. You just don't wash it, you know, if you're winning. Then the you and the kids love to watch like dude perfect and stuff together. Hard knocks beyond the menu this upcoming August? Yeah, absolutely. We do love dude perfect. We will watch hard knocks. I feel like Dan Campbell is the significantly physically tougher version of myself though. When you say significantly, you mean like significantly times about a thousand, at least. That level of significant. That is reasonable..
Strong Opinion Sports
"ken dorsey" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"It's a little bit problematic to solely credit a coach with a quarterbacks success, because for example, Joe Brady, who coached Joe burrow at LSU, got credited for developing Joe burrow. And then he failed as an offensive coordinator in Carolina and he could not turn Sam darnold into the franchise quarterback and really save his career. So I don't really love giving all the credit to a coach. And it does look like the Giants are sticking with Daniel Jones as their quarterback. And look, by the way, getting Brian Gable and Ken Dorsey probably could be the best thing that ever happens to Daniel Jones, getting them as his coaches, probably the best thing that'll ever happen to him. But it is, let's be clear not a 100% guarantee, they can turn things around, make him do a franchise quarterback like, not every quarterback guru or coach can replicate their success with somebody else. Now, one thing I love about Daniel Jones, though, is that he has talent, right? The dude can run really well. He's got a good arm. I have an open mind here. And really, I can't wait to see him play for Brian Gable. I think we're going to get that. So I'm hopeful but not all in on the fact that it'll work. Now, the Giants do have two top ten picks. The number 5 overall pick and the number 7 overall pick. And if Daniel Jones is the quarterback and the guy for the Giants, they could use those picks to really build up their team. Although I do hope they take a long, hard look at the liberty quarterback Malik Willis and the NFL Draft because drafting him is at least worth considering given his unreal skill set his ability to run, extend plays. He has a huge arm. He can do certain stuff that other quarterback simply can not do in the NFL Draft. And him paired with Brian Davis offense could actually be very similar to Josh Allen. And I love that idea of him developing Lake Willis. It's an idea though, and all likelihood Brian Davi will probably be expected to work solely with Daniel Jones and kind of maybe the reason why they're hiring you even is because they want Daniel Jones to be their franchise quarterback. So first of all, whether it's Daniel Jones or someone else I have confidence that eventually good quarterback play will return to New York under Brian David. I just don't know that he can resurrect. I don't know that Daniel Jones is the guy. We'll see he probably can resurrect his career and turn him into a franchise quarterback, but I'm not fully sold on that. It does raise an interesting question. Why did Brian dabel choose the Giants? You would assume I would imagine he had a lot of options given his past experience. The resume he put together in Alabama, then a buffalo developing Josh Allen. I mean, he could have gone to Minnesota. They've got a ton of offensive weapons there, Adam Thielen, Justin Jefferson, Kirk Cousins, Dalvin cook, like you would think, hey, an offensive coach would want to be there. The Raiders have Derek Carr. Maybe the Giants were his only option, but it does make me curious. Why choose to work with Daniel Jones at quarterback when you had.
The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"ken dorsey" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Would put them in the top ten. It's not as high as a.m. Alabama Georgia Ohio State, Texas, but it's slightly higher than Notre-Dame who's sitting at number 7, higher than Michigan higher than UNC, Oklahoma, Clemson. So, yes, they have a higher average recruit ring here right now than Clemson. So it's really the class size that's keeping them behind. Yeah, one thing Mario has done pretty well so early was he's done well on the portal. Henry Paris, who's a good change of pays back from old miss, he's coming back. He's a South Florida kid he's coming back. Frank ladson, who came into Clemson as a big, the big reputation will see how well he does when he has his new stop. Antonio moultrie was a very productive D lineman at augur at UAB, especially late in the season, Jake Lichtenstein was at USC was a pretty productive deliberate. They needed help on the D line. Those are two guys who will come in immediately and I think help them out. And then what I think that area he has addressed well, Cyrus moss is a top 75 recruit from Vegas. He's coming there, and I think he'll be a big time edge rusher and Nigel league Kelly was I think really his first big get when he got the job as a top hundred player from Dillard, which is produced a ton of players over the year and that helps. They need those guys, but obviously if they can get Jamar Stewart, that would be the headline guy for this class. I have no doubt Mario crystal is going to kill it on the recruiting front. May show up more certainly a year from now than it will this week. But it wouldn't shock me if he had a big surprise and landed a big get this week that would people wouldn't have expected coming two months. The question is who's he waiting on for those coordinator jobs? Is it somebody from the Bengals or the rams because there's not many people left? You have to wait out. But there's actually a lot of dominoes that are kind of like tilting right now on the NFL assistant coach front. And I think there's a lot of pieces like, for instance. One of the guys I know, he was interested in as Ken Dorsey former Miami gray quarterback, who's now the pass game coordinator with the bills. In all likelihood Ken Dorsey is going to be offensive coordinator whether it's with the bills or follow Brian Dave ball to the Giants, so I don't think he's coming back to college. But there are a few other pieces like that. I know Mario is still talking to people. I'm talking to candidates because I heard from different people were like, yeah, I don't think I'm going to do that, but I think there's he's still having these conversations. Brian Dave all, by the way, what a amazing last 5 years he's had. I don't remember having even known who he was before saving hired him. And he was only there for that one season, but he goes down in history as the guy who called the play on second in 26 that two the game wing touchdown. And that was it. One and done there goes the bills is plays a huge role in Josh Allen's emergence and now is head coach. Quite a rise in the last 5 years. Yeah, the one NFL game I did was a bills game. It was Josh Allen's rookie year. And fortunately, our crew Brady Quinn knows Brian Debbie probably as well as he knows any coach because he was he worked with him. I think at least two different places. And so, you know, I got to see a side of Brian day ball that I never knew existed because I wasn't around him hardly at all at Alabama's not like the coordinators are readily available either and he was only there a year. But he was fun to be around. He was very self effacing. He had he's been an interesting guy to pick his brain over time since getting that relationship a little bit. So we'll see. Obviously, Joe judge was another guy who had Alabama ties from his days as an assistant in the SEC. It didn't work out there at all. They obviously is further along in his NFL coaching career. And as you said, he did a terrific job with the bills and we'll see if he can get the Giants going. My only interaction with him was after the national title game in the locker room he was at first nervous that he was breaking Nick Saban's rules if he talked to us. But everybody is available after the playoff games. And then yeah, just being like, we're still asking about that play call. And in fact, I remember asking him me personally about Devante Smith, who barely had barely played at that point. How did he end up being the guy that caught the pass? And he was just so nonchalant about it. Well, it was his number. It was his time. So okay, that was quite tangent. It's almost Valentine's Day and love is in the air. And whether it's a third date or a 30 year anniversary,.
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"ken dorsey" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"He's also at one coach entire career. He has ken dorsey. There doesn't get enough. Credit is a guy who reshaped cam. Newton turned him into an mvp to taking that athletic frame and that shouldn't be overlooked. Baker mayfield ted. Like seventeen coaches since since he came in the league. But dan is right like people probably not alone here. People want to see more from josh allen they do. It's been two years but people still want to justice point. It's the mistakes right. It's mistakes and high-profile spots where you don't trust that one isn't coming when you come against the chiefs in the afc championship game winning him. My analysis of josh allen in a playoff game throwing across his body into double coverage to a fold back in that league of precision with the whole league's going to precision. He's making a dreadful decision. The worst mathematical decision on the field and my response to that is this person can't play in this league when they're valuing turnovers the way that they are and it's just this crazy game now. We're all the running plays all the past plays three yards running plays. They super sophisticated. You can't turn the ball over. How the hell are you gonna win with a quarterback rolling to his right a playoff game throwing a cross body into double coverage to a fullback fifty yards away and then they got stefan digs at his completion percentage improved by eleven points one season to the next completion percentage improved by that made competent. Never mind best in the league competent. Like you can't. That's that's moving too fast out there for for you to be doing. Plays like that when drew brees is sitting there with that kind of precision on the other side. I thought that had been eradicated from the game on what i'm telling you as they were doing it enough that he's so athletic that he can overcome that he's reckless because he got he might give you thirty eight touch or how many touchdowns have total last season there. Seven thirty seven seventy but there. There are certain mistakes that quarterbacks kind of grow out of i mean just to state the obvious starting quarterback in the nfl is a job that you get better at as you get older you start making stupid decisions like that mistakes decisions. I said mrs. Chris cody cody. Pretty good right so silent nod of approval giving the bill cower approval right now. My god that chin. I thought the bus could've had a bigger chin. I don't know about us to god's but cowers.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"ken dorsey" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Have to embrace a different game script. I think this is very much something that they have to be aware of. And I'm not saying that week to week they need to prioritize rushing to football. I think it should probably be 65 35 70 30. Past run splits in a typical situation, but it's against Kansas City. The common denominator when they lose football games is the other team was able to run the ball effectively and where they were able to run the ball a lot, and I think that's something that the bills really have to focus in on if they're going to have a chance to knock off key in the city. That is Joe Marino from the draft network and the job. The job, the real Yeah. The locked on bills podcast part of the locked on podcasts on the Odyssey app. Happy Thursday. Sun's out. That's a nice thing, you know, they say. What do they say? Sun's out guns out. Yeah, That's funny. I met. I mean, I'm just looking at me. Yeah. Nate Sin for Jeremy. Jeremy's back on Monday. Hey, Steve Tasker is going to be on with us, Uh, around 7 35, depending on you know how badly off time we are talking about gifts 716 and bills. Football. We will talk to build football here if you're just joining us. Good morning. We talked a little bit about Skinner and the protection list. Now we'll get into some football stuff because Well, Ken Dorsey, the Bills, offense and practices Now let me get you update real quick on what's going on with practices. The bills. This was in the Buffalo News today. The bill is apparently going to three open practices. At Highmark Stadium. Training camp is scheduled to begin July 28th. And then the open practices would be the 31st August 7th September 7th 10 a.m. the August 7th practice will be the return of the blue and white event. And season ticket holders. If you are an S th you can reserve tickets beginning this morning at 10. And then the job. You have to have a reservation. By the way. The tickets are free the park industry, but you have to have a reservation. The general public can make reservations beginning tomorrow, and there will be details available at the bill's website. Buffalo bills dot com. So that gets you caught up to date on that quick question to you. Sal mentioned Sal tweeted out yesterday that he was going through the bill's website, and he saw Ken Dorsey is now listed as the passing game coordinator. So I would I would assume that I will make the logical jump here. That they're putting a little bit more on the plate of Ken Dorsey because they're thinking he might be the offensive coordinator in 2022. Let me throw another one at you. I'm not going to say this is an original thought. I saw it on Twitter. And now I can't remember who tweeted it. So if you if you are the one and you're listening, I am so sorry. But you're giving stealing your opinion, plagiarizing. You're not stealing because you're saying it was but I If I was in college, I would have failed because I failed to put together a good works cited Page, however. Um, said bibliography stuff, Or is it I'm trying. Remember what the with the anyway? Go ahead? Yes. Bibliography, right? Uh, I used to hate that we call it we used in modern day We call it works cited back in, um The Shakespearean era that you were in. They called it a bibliography. That's very Shakespearean. That work. Um Bill and I went to summer camp together. Bill. There's a good guy, Billy. Billy Billy shakes Billy Shake. Shaker used to call him shake him. Shakes shakes. Yeah, well, he actually he shook a lot. So So, um, one of the things I saw, and I think I might agree with this a lot, which is Brandon Beane, Sean McDermott, They said how much how important it would be to run the ball more effectively this year. So a great way to do that is to free up Briand able to focus more on the scheme of the running game, pass some of that responsibility off the Dorsey with the idea that a he's likely your your office, a coordinator and waiting but be Maybe this gives, you know, disable an opportunity to to self to self scout a little bit a little bit more aggressively on the run game. All right, if that's the case, here's my opinion on that. Just be careful, all right, because what we loved among the things we loved last season. Um Brian dabble how he used the weapons. The passing game, the design of the passing game, the utilization of four receiver sets or the preponderance? No, is it whatever, how how often they used a three or four receiver said I was trying to go with a fancy word. And, you know, I just get myself in trouble. Um And I think Yeah, I'm I thought And I know Ken Dorsey. They have talked a lot about his role in the development of Josh Allen. Brian dabble. Can Dorsey Davis Webb, Matt Barkley when he was here, like a group effort. Excuse me in helping Alan develop, So if that's the case, okay? But I would be careful about how much I want Brian double spending time on making the run game better because the bread and butter will once again be the passing game. The best weapons In the passing game. This team will win this season because of the passing game. Sure, they might run the ball a bit more. They want to run the ball little bit more efficiently. Better when they do run it, not more often, necessarily, but better, more productive. And maybe the pass rush will be better. That was something that was important for them to address in the off season, But the bread and butter is digs. Beasley Davis Sanders knocks. Throwing the ball and Josh Allen so And I assume this would mean they had they very much. So have faith in Ken Dorsey to handle more responsibility, putting together the passing game game plan on a weekly basis, But I would be very careful, I think If Brian Dabul has to take away from that portion of the coaching and spend more time on the running game. I think that would be a problem. That would be a mistake. I don't I don't need the bills. To freak out about whether or not they're running the ball. You know their yards per carry and how effective their running game is. I really think you could go overboard with that. I think they had 500 points. They won their division. They were the two seed in the conference, and they didn't exactly have Derrick Henry. They'll be okay. No, they did not have their country. But the same thing is happening in Kansas City, by the way, which is They are changed. They basically swapped out all five offensive lineman. They decided they were going to change up a little bit of their scheme and how they were going to attack defenses from the run game, too. Maybe better fit the running style of their former first round pick. Client, Edwards. Hell, air, So there is a, uh it's not a crisis. I mean, and that's the important thing here. We're not talking about a run game crisis. What we're talking about is changing the run game so they can be used as a more effective tool to open up more looks in the passing game, because if they can continue to get Five man, six man boxes, they they've got to be able to take advantage of that in the running game. Otherwise, teams are just going to load up in defensive backs and they're gonna it's less about running the ball more and more about creating a more efficient running attack that can keep defense is off kilter, but more importantly, Give Brian dabble more ammunition to get creative in the passing game. And the best way to do that is by getting guys to look getting teams to respect your running game more and leave a linebacker out there on second down have more seven man box because if you get more seven man boxes, this team teams are going to really struggle. Against the bills that the bills can run efficiently out of three and four wide receiver sets at that is hard to defend. They just if you don't have a competent run game against against five man boxes. You know you're you're not gonna You're leaving a lot on that table, I think is what? But if I were an opposing defensive coordinator, Nate, I wouldn't necessarily I wouldn't overreact and see..
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Let's do right with love, and I'm a Cubs fan, but that would make me root for them if I put some money on them attending No one, all right. Also, they are the hosts of the current college football show on ESPN. 1000 as well had Take your victory like that was one hell of an impressive performance by Alabama. They won the national championship game by four touchdowns. Asshole Ohio State my friend and asked. I'm happy because I put a little cash down on over 41 a half points for Alabama. I tried to hold you and tell you that I felt strongly that Alabama was going to cover the half. I thought that'll have stage is good as they are. Probably played as well as they could possibly have asked to play against Clemson, and sometimes you can't repeat that performance even when you step up, especially when you step up in class with that Woz. That was a clock cleaning, said clock. I was not surprised that they scored 52. I was surprised that Ohio State looked like that and left on offense, But they lost sermon. Obviously, the first round and I think that that it first Plan B his first snap. We went out with the call with a collarbone, I think is what they determined It was, But yeah, I think that it's a closer. Not that close, but I think it's a closer game. Remember, they lost Devante Smith for the entire second half is well, Heddy had a game had a full game and a half. Yes. Yeah, he had a year for me and a half But boy, what a performance. But you really want. This is what And if you if you tune into Greenie before the before the start of this show He summed it up pretty well. The reason that Nick's save it is the best coach in college football and might be the best coach Daddy is because his willingness to adapt in 2014 when Ohio State beat them in the national championship game, he said. In the college football playoff, he said, not they had Blake Sims was their quarterback after aging the Karen left and that was Not going to get it done just running the football and hoping that your quarterback doesn't turn it over and he throws for 3000 yards for the year, and that's kind of it. That's not how that's not wasn't the future of college football? And instead of taking time to just completely re lover, rebuild and get new recruits like they stayed in the college football playoff conversation and one a couple of national championships in the process of getting back to where they are to have to not only and I saw David Pollack after the game, said it said it the best too. Not only are they going to play your game, but they're going to beat your face in with your own game because they'll put together the offense and all they'll put together the best offense, and that's exactly what they did. Boy. I felt itchy and scratchy, too. Watching Jalen Waddle. I felt like I admire the kids toughness, but I wanted T fly down to Miami. It's actually closer for Lauderdale in Miami, but the Dolphin stadium and just grab him by the hand and take him to the sideline and say. Friend your professional career. Cannot be negatively affected by this event tonight. A lot of pros were tweeting that there were a lot of NFL stars who were tweeting that they didn't like that Jalen Waddle class at it, but it's like it's some point. You have to understand he's got the capacity to earn generational wealth. At the next level. And I admire the hell out of what he wanted to do, but sometimes Sometimes you you've got to protect the player from himself. So do you believe now, Now that we saw those two quarterbacks go head to head which one of them will be drafted first? Well, Justin Fields will be drafted before So, Yeah, I just feel But remember, we were surprised. Where were McShay had fields in the last month? 15 kid from BYU righty intimate. 15 didn't did he and I don't help himself last night. Um, I don't know that he I don't know that he helped himself, but I don't think he hurt himself Game Previously Hill. He helped you. Can you hear me? He's probably still playing with some residual issues with his the injury. There were a couple of throws us Arlovski highlight them at one point today that I thought he pointed out correctly, where Those are big league throws. Their big league reads the touch are the tight end catch down the middle of the field, was quintessential NFL caliber quarterback reading a defense processing information and making a good throw if he gets past Falcons. I'll be surprised. Yeah, I agree with you if he gets past for the latest, all trade up, I'm with interesting conversation, though, is with Mack Jones because I think we were having a good text exchange last night. We all made the same point. He's not very athletic. But Sylvie made a really good point that Maybe he's not just in fields athletic, but he knows how to climb a pocket. He knows how to shuffle left. He knows how to shuffle right. So his mobility while not Not I popping, and it's not like your quintessential athlete that the NFL is looking for right now. He does some things physically that make you believe that he could translate to the next level in his accuracy is very good. It helps to have the best offensive line of funeral. Yeah, everybody's wide over there. I gotta get right, Steve Sarkeesian like an All Star team. You know what it reminds me of. Do you guys remember Ken Dorsey? With Miami when Miami Miami He was the third round pick, though. No, I was gonna be a first round pick. I'm Yeah, I'm aware. It's also look at the talent that was around Dorsey and we were talking at the time that those Miami teams were the best college football teams we've ever assembled by skill position. Andre Johnson Willis McGahee all these Santana Moss wasn't Greg Olsen on those teams and a great old says that was in that era. So a point doesn't he have a better arm than Ken Dorsey? Yes. Yes, but you also have to strip it down and he's not gonna have any of that in the NFL. You're gonna have the same conversation with the kid Trask from Florida because the amount of talent that's around him. No, it's great. This is what makes Evaluating the quarterback. The the collegiate level and trying to project how we heal function at the NFL. That's why it is such an inexact science. It really is. I got some other sports stories in a weird story, a Bitcoin story that hits close to home as well. Then I'll bring you when we come back. You're listeningto Waterloo himself on ESPN 1000, Chicago's home for Sports. Captain Jay Hood. It's not bad, Jimmy along the guy. I'm looking out for the man's health. You use that voice on me talking, but I need to lose weight. You don't have a problem. 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