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"kevin clark" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

06:30 min | Last month

"kevin clark" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"We may be number three and overall categories but we are number one when it comes to international sports. I don't think there's any debate about that. The growth of going abroad his continued throughout season. We're going to keep with kevin clark in my schedule. We can't guarantee you're going to get going abroad on mondays. Never gonna happen but why not. Why not a little wednesday love for ya. Fresh off the italian grand prix bonds a mclaren. Podium one to ricardo. Norris and bona's sue again. We can get to him. Starts last ends up third. What a day. This is the kind of race. Kevin that i think if you knew nothing about all right if you had watch any of the net flicks shows which is the only reason i'm into it because you're into it Because i know the characters now. There's there's an element of drama as anything. You pay attention to after a little while. It's kinda like reality tv. I hate some of these shows. But after like four episodes are they going to break up so This is the kind of race if you were just to sit and watch this for the first time ever. You would probably go wait. This happens like this is what it is. I mean we had an incredible. Like i don't know where you want to start with. Dispatches think the overall entertainment level for this specific race on sunday was about as good as you're going to get so i wanna start with shot out any rick Great we mail timing on friday. You did good timing. i would say i was. it was a good take standby. We were slightly wrong. It happens now. I actually want to kind of number setting. So the the maximus accident to me is more significant than the first one I'm stealing this tape from palmer on the bbc coverage shut up abc formula one coverage. But he said we've reached the point. Now where these guys clearly would rather record themselves out of race then give up then then like to give an inch and part of it is the max knows at monza where mercedes has an advantage because just a faster car in the straits part of it is the you don't want to give up out of the turns and i create some problems. Max now is known for complaining sooners. There's a crash Lewis was a bit upset that that maxim even checked to make sure he's okay. I'm in the car was on his head at one point. A mass kinda got the car left But kind of every we didn't eat just leapt event. Just so people can understand a little bit to hear ricardo off the off. The poll makes the line because he's inside so the way it's set up again. I don't understand the stuff that much. But it's like if you get a good start you actually because you have the inside get hits. Ricardo immediately takes p. One off of off the start and then max's behind a max has horrible pit. Eleven seconds are even at. It's amazing just a second here or there how the butterfly afflict a effective. This whole thing is incredible because then later hamilton pits. He has a bad pit over four seconds. And as you're coming out of the pit you gotta stay inside of the white line. And as soon as he has passed the white line he fears right in front of macs into the chikan where it's really crowded. We saw people having trouble with it all the time. You can't really make any move in there and depending on your line and so part of it. It's like hamilton veered right in front of him which is fine because it was defensive. He was clear. The pit line. And max is argument was he doesn't give me any room. And if we if all the new people right now. Every time there's an accident the other guy always says the other guy didn't give route. That's it's just automatic and so hamilton is in our outside. He still has the the edge. And as max goes into the sausage curb which these curves are different monza. It bounces are up and it lands on top of hamilton. And they're out of the race and as you said max just gets out and so mad any walked for what felt like twenty minutes back back. So what do they call your angry. I've never seen an anger walk handles and nounce in his walk up there right. Shout out to the halo. Which is the little thing on top of drivers heads that kept lewis hamlets in from having a car on his skull which is important. That was only installed. I think three years ago. There was a lot of debate about it. Because donald traditionalist didn't like is michael schumacher and have it. I don't know but it's a good thing Eleven second pit. I just want to address that really quickly. The reason that happens red bull is apparently. I did not know this until this weekend if you put a wheel on. There's a computer that sort of tells you what's going on and you have to press o k on like an ipad or something and the guy didn't press okay so so it never released. That was the problem. So it's like a little literally middle-management problem from what i understand. So it's like rock and the skyscraper where it's like regis reset your phone. So but then i so i want to go back to the max thing because everybody says that now masterminded everything complain. Obviously silverstone complained about this. I it's clear the max. Thanks that anybody who hits him as in the wrong so i was coming on this. I have a literal half page of notes here. Ready destroy max. But but this morning. I watched the new michael schumacher documentary on net flicks. Okay it's out. It's good and joy. i recommend it. There's a moment in there. Were david coulthard. Who was It was one of schumacher's contemporaries Wrecked with schumacher and they got to the car was clearly. Both guys were full and dave said to michael. Okay you know what obviously takes responsibility. We we both kind of screwed up there and she was like no. I don't accept that and dave goes. Well you must be wrong. Like at some point ever and schumacher. Without a hint of joking said now that i can remember and so i in that moment i realized that to get to this level. You have to have one hundred percent confidence in every move that you do. This seems like an uncontrollable fluky sport. I was watching. George russell's head cam the other day during sprint race and i it's just such a you're bouncing around way too much the reason i don't know if you've ever seen it russillo a lot of the exercise these guys do our neck exercise. They put weights on her neck. Because it's just bounce around all the time it seems like such a reckless and wild sport but these guys think they have control over it every single inch of track. And you can't get to the max for stop and lewis hamilton level without having that level of certainty and so i get it. And that's why i think. Now even here in santo from schumi is that that these sorts of accidents. Or a gonna keep happening because both guys are wired like that lewis dares guys to crack..

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"kevin clark" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

03:00 min | Last month

"kevin clark" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Hey i have potentially four to seven first round draft picks and everybody says is awesome that is and some teams are gonna win with this strategy and there's some teams you're gonna be looking five years down the road going. What are they do get much picks in the twenties and none of the swaps actually happen. So what did you actually get to that guy but that seems to be the cool way to do these deals. I don't think the sixers look. the draft. picks can't only be draft picks unless it becomes untenable. So when you look at the golden state part of this and i do think that that price at least was close even if it was ridiculous where it was wiggins wiseman and whatever you think a wiggins i still think he'd be one of the five guys would close a playoff game Wiggins wise men. I don't know if it's also commingle moody and two more picks or one of those two guys and three more picks that prices a lot but it's also a lot of your golden state. Because you're saying wait. Why are we supposed to fix your fucking problem. Right like is your job. We like them. You want to train him. We're interested we're gonna gut every single one of our assets around our vets and then do you this favor and give you potentially seven pieces now. Now we're not going to do that now. I know that the part of the motivation is at clutch. Actually does want. Ben simmons to go to golden state now. Is that the number one choice. I think simmons would love to be in. La lakers maybe down the road clippers. Don't think there's a ton of interest there but they would like him to land and golden state. I don't think golden state is a position where they feel like have to do anything because if everybody comes back peak healthy. That's still a really good team. I think probably a top four team in the west somewhat disagree so that's kind of where we have it right now philly. I think even if simmons word hold out or do a medical thing here to avoid losing all that money which you always have to remind yourself of. They're probably good enough with the five guys with embiid harris and another year with this back warplane together where they're probably gonna win a bunch of games maxine. Another year in they probably will. Salt lake is going to be a disaster. And as i keep reminding everyone. We can't talk about simmons the same way we talk about other disgruntled players because it's four years left on a deal it's four years and he's telling teams where he will or won't go this episode of the ryen. Russillo podcast is brought by ziprecruiter. The job search can be a grinded. Especially when you're chasing a dream or aiming to be the best We did not have that back in the day when i was getting started. I always joke about the service. I signed up for it. And i think they looked classifieds and just copy and paste them and put him on one webpage and i was like man. I am crushing it. Look at all these contacts making. I was not making any because never leads. Were they weren't the good ones ziprecruiter though. They know that the general experience of looking for a job is pretty sucky. That's why they figured out a way to make it on uncertain when you sign up on ziprecruiter dot com you can create a free profile. Then you get matched a great jobs. Plus a lot more. I think over the years of reading ziprecruiter. There's so many times you'll think of it from the employer angle. You have to remember this feature where they want you to create a profile and get your name out there and start chasing those dreams..

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"kevin clark" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

04:45 min | Last month

"kevin clark" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Thought that the early thirties was the second peak of a of a quarterback. Because they're smart. They're getting smarter and they still have physical tools and you know after kind of age. Thirty four thirty five to becomes a crapshoot whether or not how and whether your body's going to betray you or not But i think garoppolo could take a really nice that we heard all those reports at the beginning of training camp. You know what garoppolo playing lights out. It might not matter. Stray lenses playing even better in practice and then as freelance had sort of And again. I really liked lance but as he Kind of i wanna say. Hit a training camp wall but you know. He wasn't the phenom that he wasn't the first couple of weeks of practice I think that garoppolo still looked really good. So i'm completely with you I think that the the four times could be really damned. Good i think kyle shanahan is the second best offensive line football which puts him in the mixer second-best off of mine in the history of football Because that's just kind of where the game is right now. your popularity lakota. Rich kotite one which kotite one you think about obviously like bill. Walsh andy reid. I'm saying like when this is all said and done we're going to be looking at cow. Shanahan's a top ten offense of mind in twenty years. When look back on going to talk about college. Shanahan with andy reid now right now but we will. Okay i got. I got on tennessee here. A little bit bigger concern for you. Arthur smith down in atlanta now or a defense last year. That was pretty bad. I you know by any account there. That was a team that had they had. Julio so it's kind of back to your chiefs thing like a look. Let's just find a way to outscore everybody because personnel wise on defense. you know. i don't know if they're going to figure out where coaches grew up to now be average But i also think the smith removal from this now and they've had some turnover on that side of the coaching staff now consecutive years Think it's a concern. It's a huge concern. It's it's like a top five concern from if you're ranking concerns around the league so arthur smith was amazed and that's one of the reasons i picked. I picked the falcons to get the the. Nfc seven seat is because i dissent. He's gonna be able to improve that team year-over-year pretty quickly Todd downing is an office coordinator. He called the place. The 2017 raiders at team was bad And he was fired after one year. And i certainly believe in career improvement and the fact that he's been in the system and he was tight ends coach to them for two years. I understand that But there's going to be a dip and you. I think you have to understand your rights. The development of ryan tannehill one of the best stories of the past fifteen years football quarterback dish defined ryan. Tannehill mid-career came in as a backup. I talked to my able bypass couple of weeks ago. And john robson as well and he was talking about. How one of the things that impressed ryan tannehill about press them. That ryan tannehill was that he was not trying to win the job when he got there. He understood his role and then he grew with it. And you just kinda did kind of what we're talking about the see the ball hit the ball fang and that that he just executed every step of the way and now the next step is being able to do it without arthur smith. And i don't think that you can just plug in ryan. Tannehill is elite. Now he was building a top five quarterback for a large stretches of the last two years. They made the ansi title game to your skull. I don i do think that you you can't. You cannot separate those two things. So i'm expecting a dip. I'm expecting them to win that division. That division is awful and the colts. As much as i say it's we can sit here and say it's not a big deal. It's a big deal that the colts have that many unvaccinated players and that there will be guys. We're going to miss time. That's really important. And so i'm picking them to win the division by not picking them to be a serious contender this year. No at the defense is bad. And the defense deductible. Bail them out. But this is a quarterback driven decision. You got packers cheese. I got rams chiefs and that means juicer. Probably not gonna come out of the afc that have to close. The chiefs are going to be like my tightening there. Or i picked the spurs to win. I think i picked him like eight or nine years in a row house. Just give me the spurs to win the whole thing and you up being right almost every other year there for a little while but and i don't know we'll see what happens with the top of the afc because as you going through those rosters and granted baltimore some of these injuries steps back but there's some really good teams behind them. Where the nfc you're right. It's like okay is tampa really going to be this healthy again. But they're scheduled. Plays out as i mentioned at the top second easiest. If you go to bed. I wanna wade into controversial waters here. But d- do you do you look at the vaccination stuff as as an important part of breaking the season. 'cause i think that there are teams right now where i'm just like man i i don't know i mean yes is the simple answer that it's about deal but i i i'd have to see a couple of weeks and.

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"kevin clark" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

05:54 min | Last month

"kevin clark" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Nextstep two five three three four to arizona at the start of this podcast. Talk a little tampa. So let's bring in kevin clark. We're gonna talk. Nfl getting ready for the nfl season. And of course. We're going to go abroad a little bit. Because it's long overdue. Ladas went on and the role maybe preview the track a little Okay kevin i. I'm going chiefs rams The chief pick is not aggressive. The rams pick is an exactly aggressive either. I think it an argument that they have the best defense in the league. I love the idea of stafford with this offense. Um going all in there's there's alarming stats that tell you man. Mcvay helped goff along announced african do a lot of the stuff golfers bad at but with tampa because we know look. The healthy had was incredible. They bring back the top thirty one guys. They're snaps aben over all this stuff. What were your super bowl. Picks and if not tampa. I mean did you pick up anything from their win against dallas that you think is important for the rest of the year so i have green bay when the super bowl over kansas city Put a pin in that for a second. It was last night. Bruce arians had a really funny comedy said he tells us the guys all the time. They don't learn anything more from losing as you do from almost losing so like i think they like these kind of scares and to see where they're at and tom brady likes testing himself so she early. In the season remember they were not a juggernaut last year Especially early in the season They they won three row games. There's a reason that they had to do that Tom brady prides himself on getting better season. Goes along with that a million times. And so i think there's probably a positive step that they got a little bit of scare I think the obviously they have incredible roster town. I think brady was doing things at one. I think over the course of the game his depth of target so basically how are throwing down. The field was a yard and a half more than dak prescott which over a game is pretty astounding number. And so he's going to be able to still has the arm strength. Resolve that last night I think that he's able to. We saw him kind of Put mike parsons and a torture rack. A little bit He's still. I know that that wasn't the question but he still got it. And so i think that that's pretty much all. That was the question. I needed answered. Yes because there's a lot that actually didn't work out for god didn't have a great night. Mike evanston great night And then in. Scotty miller wasn't even a factor. He had that we catch their later. I think the gronk part of it's really promising. Because i didn't think he was all that good. Last year he came on a little bit The problem with gronk as he gets older too and it was the problem when he was younger. He so hard at bring down that. I think he takes way more punishment because he's a grand him being fresh week one. You saw. That happened a couple times. Were like he'll get up and be like wait. Am i hurt. I hurt and you're like oh. I'm hurting but only back surgery. Oh any back surgery. Yeah like oh wait. My spines boston three spot. So i think his arm strength and not having any kind of running game whatsoever because both those teams couldn't run it against each other last night or that. I don't think you can run it against tampa every number tells you got the last year. All those guys back Via part of this is terrific. But i think from brady i mean this is just what so nuts about it between the release in the arm strength and i thought his arm got stronger and stronger last year as you got more comfortable at an offense. He's taken shots so a week. One i'd say the rest of the nfc's gonna okay well at least week one. This guy is look like he's taking a step back and forty four years old and you have to remember so as long last year they started us more play action more motion and those are really statistically kind of cheat codes of modern football defenses. Don't really have an adjustment to linebacker. Still bite safety. Still bite Motion still confuses. Guys you know was talking to adams zimmer there the defensive coordinator in minnesota at the other day and he was saying. We don't have defenses as a whole. We have not innovated to keep up with that. And so you have. Tom brady. Who's already dominant. And then he's getting this help from the offense just kinda league wide friend and so that's important. I think that from from the defensive standpoint. You know andrew callaghan made the point last night The patriots are to probably run no huddle the entire game against against tampa bay because they wanna get beat. Avia and sue tired on. They're going to want to run the ball. And i'm intrigued to see how these teams make this adjustment. You know like i i. I joke all the time. But it's actually true. Like i don't i feel like certain teams aren't tested In a given season until they played the patriots it. See what kind of andy reid to see. Kind of wrenches that they throw at them and saw retrieved to see how they attack that that defense over given season You know going back to to the offense. You'll mike evans who taken out of the game trayvon days and then get one reception when when digs was shadowing him and didn't matter and that's the thing with his offense now. Is the tom brady. Who as we know like he is so he likes not discussing the women's but finding out to the exact kind of inch where he needs to throw the ball in november game And the more comfortable gets knowing where everybody is an ikat. Nudie part of it is so important to me you know. I think you saw last night. Ryan the the the improvisation to gronk for that touchdown That's only going to grow. I remember talking a couple years ago about the josh mcdaniels. Gronk brady i. I'm brittany said. Most important thing is almost like a basketball team where they don't have to have something in the playbook vacant just say all right. Well remember this thing. We didn't two thousand twelve which is do right now but you during that like does i antoni tony tony but i can do right now and that is what's important. We have a gronk. And that's what it's going to be important as that offense grows is they're gonna be able to do more and more and more of that stuff is brady's master right and i just want to check for people that are like wait a minute. Godwin had the big catch late. Nine for one. Oh five touchdown but he fumbles that football in And it was just so funny. The gallons were brought that up. Remember relic like this guy never drops a football and the league. Every time they brought up that he never drops it football he would drop a ball member in the playoffs. Like you guys keep bringing this up. And you're absolutely jinxing the entire time. But if he doesn't fumble in the end zone that one time the games over there up to scores and it's likely even with alyssa's offense or not come back to that game okay so y green bay them.

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"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

06:54 min | Last month

"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Said at the top. Kevin clark is an nfl writer. Podcast video host for the ringer. I mean a major star in that world previously covered the nfl for the wall street journal. He's been on this podcast before. And i like having him on as we're about to start the nfl season. Kevin thank you for returning to sports media podcast. Thank you for having me richard. I'm very excited. Are one of the things i've told us you off air. I'll certainly say it on air. You're really skilled and gifted at choosing interesting stories in the nfl and then presenting them in in an interesting way through your reporting through the length of your story just sort of how you approach it so let me start with a very general question here. What stories are you most interested in at the start of the twenty twenty one season. I feel like there's a return to normalcy that. Even though i think that it's going to be normal maybe even a year plus in the nfl in two thousand nine hundred. I think there's a return to normalcy. That is going to sort of permeate through the league. When i was talking to people inside the league about practices last year or it is how they ran their team. I think the general consensus was that everything sucked and even teams that won last year. We're like you know what this just wasn't didn't feel like real football. There were guys in the league who didn't even meet some other teammates throughout you know in any meaningful way. They would seem practice. And that's about it. There were a team employees. It didn't meet the rookies. I mean it was just such a stilted year. I think that as things return to normal. I think you're going to see a little bit more within the league of i would say maybe a celebration of football like kind of a. They missed it so much. They missed the real aspect of it last year. I remember someone was podcast. Last year someone from the nfl and they were basically just like the the motivating force in the middle of the season when it becomes a dog days is that these guys don't want to let the guy next to them down. You know it's it's a strong locker room. Whatever it is last year guys couldn't go out for a beer guys couldn't go out to lunch and even know each other and so i think the emotional rebound i guess i would say. Is the big picture topic. And then there's just within that all these people who have popped up who are now relevant figures profiled andrew berry the browns. Gm today on. Dan campbell with somebody. I talked to last week and so a whole new cast of characters that are relevant. And i think there's just coming out of last year was such a stilted year. I think there's just a lot to get to. And there's a lot of intriguing storylines for you. I've i've read both those speeches. Which i really really liked. You clearly try. I certainly know you try out for the for the dan campbell piece. I imagine for the other one as well. How has coverted or where we are in coded changed. Your approach to stories are you. Are you able to basically now. Just do any story that you wish because the travel still travels of factors so there were two two huge things. That cova changed for me at this year. Number one is. I couldn't go to a city just to go so there are certain places. I remember a couple of years ago. I went to indianapolis you know it was kind of inbetween stops. I had one or two requests. But i just wanted to watch practice right. I didn't do those types of trips this year. Because i didn't want to do an extra day in a hotel and be traveling and all that stuff so for me. It was a little more surgical. When i mean by that is i went to green bay said i want to gm and aaron rodgers and that was the thing you can't do is is bs and just kind of say. Hey i'm going to go on a fishing expedition and talk to this guy. Who's a little bit more of that it was. I went to buffalo green bay. Kansas city and cincinnati and in those places. I asked for the quarterback. I got fifteen to twenty minutes with each quarterback. And i wrote it up immediately. It was very much. See the ball hit the ball whereas in a different year. It's hey i'll get mahomes but also hey why don't i check in on the honey badger. Why don't checking on tyreek hill or travis kelsey. It wasn't that this year because it was just so strange with testing and all that stuff but also there were so many different protocols in so many different things. You couldn't do that. You had to really kind of over preplanned. I guess you could say so. I i was in. I spent twenty one days in a road. There were a lot of places. I spent two or three days on which is not normal for me. I normally do one team in one day and then move on so it was a little more methodical. I would say. And then. Also i mean i spent the whole time pretty concerned about cove it on the road. I mean i was in hotels. That were fairly okay. Hotels and and not a lot of people took seriously. And so for someone. Who doesn't want to and i was testing myself. Every couple of days the nfl mandate was every two weeks and then there were two teams that tested at the door. To make sure that you didn't have before you went in In the facility. But i was telling myself kind of above. And beyond that. Because i just i just wanted to make sure because the worst thing i the thing that kept me up at night. Richard was the idea. That god forbid. I had it. And then i've got a call The pr director of a team. And say hey you know you're starting quarterback he's a close contact of mine you know and so. I was just extremely careful for three weeks. You you've undoubtedly seen the nfl's last Memo about Restricting game day access to fifty Personnel including people on the team executives. And the only media who are loud in terms of locker room access are going to be those who work for the t. How will that this year impact you will that will that impact you or because of what you do for the ringer. Can you still get the people you want to get. Let's say on practice days of the facilities or or off days that does the does the game protocol. maybe the game. Protocol doesn't impact. You given what you do as much. I don't necessarily go to games late in the year. If i need something specific and i need to get three or four five guys want and that's what's going to happen this year and that's fine. There's certainly a lot bigger problems in the world right now whether or not only campbell in baltimore and december okay. Like that's pretty far down on the list of worldwide concerns right now. I think it's going to hurt. The beat writers hurts the flow of information. I think that. I have so much respect for every single beat writer because no national writer could do their job without them and i'm an aw these folks who come up with consistently good topics and good angles every single week and that to me is what i think is going to hurt here. Is i covered college football. When i was really young and they just because there was no open locker room. If there wasn't the defense choked school might not put any defenders out there to talk to the media or might tell them to go through the back exit..

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"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:37 min | 2 months ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That you have david shotgun and beers that we saw. Maybe i mean. I tapped into that type of talent since college. Well colorado is that. Is that what you're sitting like you. You haven't really been able to show off these skills since college is what you're saying it never gonna necessity to use that talent zil about a couple of weeks ago At the bucks game. Other than that i was. She's the humble college student on the hill. All right and then it gets to it did. Did you know that you were going to do this evening. Throw it over to aaron rodgers. Walk me through what happened last night. David i mean that starts weeks ago it had originally started We dinner before the game. I'm like hey. I think i'm gonna chug a beer When the camera comes. Because i knew a couple of guys that are affiliated with the bucks or we wanna push on screen. I'm like all right. So i do. The first one had a lot of fun. Like everyone's like you won't do to hobie too. I did too like you have to go with me. Now and they there. I do three all day. One and i'm not one to back down from a challenge so last night i went for the Three feet and then you so. Aaron knew that he was going to have to do this or he didn't think you were. You would challenge him a. I'm trying to cut around the edges here because as we all know. Twelve is getting a little bit of heat today nationally. i know he's definitely more scotch guy. But i told him i said hey. I'll do three if you do one. And maybe. He didn't think. I was going to do three regional when i when i when i hit to 'em knowing that deck. He he's like i guess it's going now second plunge yeah and then jesse just he just couldn't finish david. There was just no there was no i. You know what i mean. There was no burst burst. Yeah i mean Mocking on his behalf. But i will say that At least on my end they were smooth. They were cold and they did. Take well for the amount of time that i was able to. I told you brockman. He was gonna protect aaron rodgers coming on this show. That's your default right. David you will protect aaron rodgers every single day every single situation that you could possibly being in that position.

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"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:27 min | 2 months ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Four and then boom. Everyone's like how did peyton manning not finish up last. How is he not last right. He didn't want he did not want it. He did not want to go last. I don't know why he did not want to go last. He did not want it. And if anybody is wondering if i'm accurate or not. I don't know why you would because i'm my boots are on the ground there. But he is maybe with the exception of the guy who was party part of his crew. Then and tom brady has to be the one guy in that entire place. If you put everyone at the hall of fame on sodium pentothal the one guy. They would want to come back every single year and his old jacket and be part of the ceremony every year to help make it that much more special each year than any other person. It's peyton manning they want so whatever you want peyton you got it. You wanna go where you want ninety million photographs to be perfectly put up on the screen to make your speech a presentation the way you want it done. What else do you need. what else do you want. What do you got and so he wanted to go. Third the two gentlemen who have been waiting the longest go first of all the folks who had just gotten in on their year of if you will years of regular eligibility he wanted to be i up and i think it's just because he didn't wanna wait an also he so intense about this stuff. He wanted it over. Get it done. And you could like prior to his speech. He was locked in and when it was done scenario. hey what. He's the weddings over drink. It starts like he was like you could see that happened boom as soon as it was over. Yeah i can see brady being the same way. Maybe so. I don't know i boom done. Get it done. He wanted to be i And get it done over. And now he was able to sit back. Enjoy the speeches go to party. You know which. I went to as well and it was terrific. Man i went to charles and his out of woodson and then and then and they were all going back and forth like people are gonna pay more about to go to charles's charleston payton's they're going back and forth yawkey. We've we missed at tj. We right it was truly a remarkable weekend and the hall. I'm telling you it's gotta be this way from now on. I did not miss the thirty five forty minute. Long speeches now. I know you can see the broadcast. Maybe you had a monitor something but they had a scroll on the bottom of individual names. Each guy would like to thank and it. Was you know family members past teammates. High school code yazod. I did not see an interest in terms of you know charles woodson. How you know. I'm kind of partial to him. I need you to indulge me for a moment right right where it's what i told him. I got indulge me. This let loads moment for me. Charles woodson his speech spectacular. Just a beautiful speech talking about his family and his teammates and his journey and remarkable and spectacular. It was he had no prepared remarks. He provided six bullet points to the hall. Really that's it. And i thought to myself. Oh he's last like he's last so it could be like twenty minutes long exactly last it was over. There wasn't another person going. He was the last of his nineteen of nineteen on the weekend. Six bullet points. And i thought to myself. Oh 'cause especially started singing to his mom his presenter and as his story he told here on this show in this chair to my right once walked out on michigan was ready to go transfer to miami. I told that story to serve on the air. He'd never heard that one before. Just to see the look on michael irvin's face woodson could have gone to the you but the person who stopped him from going with his mother. You could check it out. That story on our youtube feed. So it's a beautiful thing that his mother was as presenter and then his mom stopped by our set afterwards. We told that story on nfl network. It was perfect a perfect perfect night for charles woodson six bullet points. I thought oh. His speech was nine minutes. Fifty eight seconds long now the standup to second shy the ten minute mark. Beautiful do it. Again nicer bruce. Also someone moved his ipad. oh yes. he didn't have his speech and his who his speech to one of the greatest lines. How do you like now like the guy who would never high step. Never hold it up. Never call out. An opponent never chess pounds by as a wide receiver in an era of wide receivers. That are divas. Never once talked about himself. Even though there's an eye. Isaac and now it was like all built up. How do you like me now. The person who told him he would make it and he said he prayed the god would keep them alive. Unbelievable so the only thing more shocking about the speeches. Then isaac bruce quoting Whom od was paul tagliabue. According edgerrin james in his speech that was the one thing that leaned over to win. Nfl executive right then and there was right there on the senate. I'm like if draft kings had some Align on this sort of tagliabue mentioning edge in the speech plus you can retire on your own island. Right now was four thousand. Let's take a break here. There is one number from the pro football hall of fame weekend high of yet dimension. And it's a big one. it's one year not expecting. You are not expecting it. Wait till you hear this story. It will be worth the wait rich eisen here. I love my ring..

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"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But i know you gotta go so Let's do this again. Is there one other thing that you you glean last thing anything that you take away that you haven't given to the audience here a good story a good thing. Somebody that overlooking what do you. What do you got for me on that front. Well i would say. I have not written this yet but i spent some time with dan campbell and i really enjoyed being in his presence. I think he's a perfect coach for that team. Do i think they would work with green bay and aaron rodgers right now. No i don't. But i do think he's the kind of guy that can change a culture and understand what motivates the for rank and file. Nfl player because he's been there. So i'm higher on dan campbell. The most people. And i also think that one thing you need to know about dan campbell. He does not care how things played in. The media cares how things played his players. And maybe the supply the biting kneecap that was just for the players and the fan base. That was not for you. And i reach conversation to have. I was gonna ask you if you're being nice about dan campbell because you value your kneecaps literally. That was my follow up to that. Forty five minutes with my kneecaps are still intact church. Ladies and gentlemen that's the update there you go. That's the headline kevin. Thank you very much. Let's do this as much as you'd like kazaa. I enjoy the chats. Thank you thank you gotta read. This man's material. Kevin clark on the ringer at the ringer at by kevin clark on twitter. Follow him. I do read all his terrific material. Ten wins for the bengals. That's gotta be that's gotta be that's gotta be the opposite of under the right bengals number from the from the desert rich six and a half. Am dude little high little hypo high registered to go higher register to get to that. I liked job. We're gonna take a break when we come back Is not not to go all sesame street on you him but numbers okay. Next segment is brought to you by numbers from the state of ohio. I have not talked to you about my My accent my hall of fame experience here. There's some numbers that will shock you on many fronts excited coming up.

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"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:29 min | 2 months ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"It's going to be filled because of the combination of of the andy reid an and that front office and then the mistakes. Patrick mahomes overcomes Whether or not it's with the line and the skill guys. I mean obviously you can't have a repeatable. You had Against tampa in tampa but as long as everything is just okay. Mahomes will make it great Kevin clark ringer here on the rich eisen show so we just talked about the chiefs in everybody. I think still believes the bills. Are the team desk. Closest still Alan has been paid. Did you speak to him after he'd been paid or before he so he didn't I didn't. I didn't get to ask him for any money. Talk so so what what else. What did you glean from from that trip. I totally comfortable and again almost like mom totally comfortable. Admitting where he needed to grow. I mean he was very open and honest about his struggles early on in his career and what he did to get better from that and i think that is similar to the came city. It's an organizational trial because what they did when. I don't think people realize this. When josh allen was a rookie the bills were were using the most dead money. Dead salary cap money in the history of football. They were paying all these guys. Marcel darius tyrod taylor all of these guys not to play and so josh allen sitting there behind the terrible offensive line no skill guys. They go out and they build it off. It's aligned around him. Get him weapons the next year. They they they they take the big swing and they get on digs and i kind of think. This is the model going forward. And if you're a if you're a young quarterback you want an organization to operate like the bills and josh allen was very very upfront about that. In one of the things is i think the he views this season very special snow. He said look. They both the on your two for me. The government is still guys. Your rainy said it's your four. It's go time. And i think we know what that means and i kind of think last year taking the leap by the way in the kobe year in general is amazing because of the lack of you know i heard from a coach. There were saying that they were just trying to replicate you in person meetings. They've got these guys on speakerphone. Moving around rooms and stuff. But it just wasn't the same and to take a leap like that from your two year. Three was amazing to begin with. I think everyone there is much more comfortable now. They get a full training camp. They get see each other they get to gel. Had that chemistry. So i think that everybody. There is excited about this year. Maybe even more so than last year did you get take a look kobe's lease plexiglass situation or that went up. I also minnesota. I did not see the the Kirk cousins folks. you out. there was time with it. They weren't walking around with that cole. Noble okay just yet. But i'm sure i'm sure. That's coming to his co. was cold talking about Not taking the vaccinate. His nose sticking out over his mask. Did you see that delicate here. But i kept my distance. I'm being in. I don't lena pull you into my indebtedness to. I decided to stay six feet away. So what would you get. Would you figure out from borough. What what are we going to see from him. Because the no one's talking about the bengals zero nobody point zero and it's unbelievable because this guy who nineteen months ago had the best college season of all time Efficiency wise may be the coolest looking quarterback of all time when each on a cigar after championship game. And i thought the first of all. He's a very blunt and honest person. And and i was excited to to hear about that. There was some dark times for having basically said you know. He went from as we said national champion hugely famous college quarterback to nine months later. He couldn't go to the bathroom without somebody helping him and moving is like basically And so there was some soul-searching that went on there. But i also think that. There's i think they know what he's good at. And so one of the interesting things that brian callaghan the. Oc there in. Cincinnati told me it was a. They're letting him run. Some of the meetings the offensive meetings. And they want him to get. Ideally callahan was broncos. They want him to get into peyton manning mode which means his business so good boroughs business so good and he's able to get five guys out out into around diagnosis. They want him to be able to get through the mode. Where he's at the line of scrimmage basically changing all the plays up to where his offense and with borough. That's the that's the kind of offense you can do. Because he's so good. At processing the drawback in borough told me he wants five guys out into a route which is not necessarily normal in the nfl but also he's trying to get healthy rich and so you want as much protection as possible so there was a push pull there. And there's i think a little bit of wrestling with that and grappling with that. Where do we get these guys out in a route so broke can be borough or do we keep some guys in two blocks. Because we don't want to hit. I get hit at all. So i think the answer is going to be. Get those guys. Gotta throw it very quickly. I think that burrows still has the capability to show us this year. He's on the superstar. Track that teams good enough to win nine ten eleven games. I don't. I don't think that that's that's like necessarily going to happen. What i am saying is is that we can see. He's on that superstar track. They go eight nine and we feel good about twenty twenty two well. I think there's still some team dole huge team-building issues that not even broken over. Well i'll tell you what man i mean. Before he got hurt he was getting his ass kicked and he was still performing very well. I mean he really was and that was other than the fact that you know you blow your knee out. It's obviously a shame but to have a season cut short when when he was taking the the lumps. That's what we keep talking about. Should the bear start justin fields or not you know. And yes. You take your lumps in you go you. Take your lumps in the lumps eventually. Allow you to progress faster. Most likely than the other and he didn't have that and that's the conversation we're going to hear about the bears just fields. And andy dalton. Who says it's his time and like he's going to say anything else you know but it's it's it's it's right from the say that because what are you gonna say i man i mean we could literally go on and on and on about all thirty two right now but You do a great job. Kevin of album appreciate you saying that I i could literally talk to you for the whole hour..

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"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:35 min | 3 months ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I love it in time. We ever shown it for reasons. Other than the fact that. I one of my favorite moments happy sixty seventh birthday to mr one. Hey we just showed kevin o'leary of shark tank versus mike del tufo from. It's literally one of my favorite moments in the show. Del tufo was right and first time we ever showed that. Not just because. I love watching mike Get delayed like a fish But it's it's kevin o'leary's perfect hebrew. I mean man. It's also tom hanks's birthday today. Yeah i'm hanks how old is he today. Sir thank he sixty five while. She's while sixty five today. Tom hanks high ninety nine. Tom hanks What is the poll question based okay so we have a tom. Hanks based up poll today. Yes mike actually a really good good idea. We were thinking about like because because of castaway. Yup in the tom hanks character. Would you wanna be on a desert island with that. Was kind of fun. If you wanna really. If you wanna come no. I said sports character. I made it tom hanging on. Like what sports person would you want to be stuck. Because it's so you his birthday. Yeah and there's a movie castaway where he was alone on an island of. What would you rather who you know rather okay. I think it would be. Which which athlete would you like to be on a desert island with. Oh not like what if you could be a piece of athletic Wear or if you could be a ball. Like what type of ball would you like to be on. A could be wilson. That's honestly like even kevin bacon thinks that that's too many connecting dots to figure out. I was trying to talk you. Mike but i mean sorry. That's all right. So what is this with. Because going with like best. Tom hanks movie. There's too many you know what i mean. We'd have to have multiple 'cause twitter on. So we're going most underrated movie okay underrated. You're here the four that we have saving private ryan big bachelor party. Okay i comes back in nineteen eighty-four one of my favorites. You've got mail from one thousand nine hundred nine and anybody who says that. That's not underrated. Aaron rodgers himself came on our super bowl show in minnesota and said. That's not even the best tom. Hanks meg ryan movie. Sleepless in seattle is better than seattle is various well during rates. You've got mail thus putting it on this list exactly nothing in common. I was your collection rich. Eighty six with. Jackie gleason please. He's he's an ad exec who play. Who's who's who has to grow up fast. Because his father who has a terrible relationship with his dying and it is a beautiful movie in chicago. Chicago's looks it's one of the best. I i know. I know that that's going to finish it. Disappoints me not doing well. Because i wouldn't even vote for it. Because i hope you didn't. Yeah yeah absolutely. And then the it's leaning right now. Actually that thing you do ninety six sneaky great movie. You wouldn't vote for that thing you do on this list. I'm a big bachelor party. I love batra party okay. I love that. I wonder why no twenty contain fan. Here's what i was thinking of putting on there was Captain phillips is that oh in the film you know. But i don't know if that's considered one of his great all-time film. He is great at getting a lot of The terminal on this one lady. A lady killers Then to eighties classics the burbs and joe versa. Volya but that's not you can't put that on the list with these no you know you can. They don't stay in a camp. So i do have some trivia for you barely rated moves whatever you do i got some good trivia but in that thing you do which is fa- now i love them. Music's incredible was. The story is incredible. The akron incredible. It is a tremendous rope while film. It is maybe one of my favorite. Tom hanks movie. Now that's haunting. I may be with you love it. I love the music. Our buddy tom. Everett scott richeisenshow favored tom. Everett scott. My trivia is. I looked it up this morning because i was like by the way by the way before you get in an. I'll just tell say this. Because i don't even know if my wife's lifting i'm everett scott just replied to the poll he really of course he did because he's that thing you live tyler in. That film is just. I fell in with her on the spot All my god and she so terrific in it too. And i and i do hope that tom ever shots. Character and live tile. His character are still married. It's still married and happy. Four kids spoiler alert spoiler alert. That's okay now. The trivia is a trivia that movie obviously the thing you has the title song in it. How many you know songs played throughout the movie. Guess the closest to how many times that songs played in the movie now here. Yeah i say prices right rules go now. Tj tj you should be able to nail. This never seen that thing. You do once or twice. Okay now Let me ask you this. it's embiid. it's because it's not in its entirety but even even if it's hummed even exactly oh my goodness. It's actually the numbers actually pretty low. It's lower than i thought. Really right you wanna go first. 'cause we had kurt warner on the show earlier today thirteen. He wore thirteen in the nfl. I wore thirteen in high school. I'm going to go thirteen. That's too high that's over. Tj next this is really weird. Because i legitimately was going to say thirteen Rich things too high six. Oh 'cause if you were going to go as high as i was going to go. One price is right. I wanna win closest about going over. You're going to six or do you go one. That's right says it lower than suggests gotta be more than six. I'll go seven. I'll go seven.

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"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:44 min | 3 months ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"They went out and they fixed their their secondary To and they'll get grant grant dealt with back. They went out and got some of the best values on as the best corner On the free market there's gonna be some real rosser talent there. I just don't think. I the problem with the afc. Is it the chiefs. Understand their flaws. And they fix them. Red beach had a solid glaring weakness and the offensive line. Obviously last january anyone out and built one of the best office of wines basically on the fly. And i just don't know how you're going to beat the chiefs this year with that. Patrick mahomes already going to spot a handful points and so i agree that the browns are in this mix. I think they suffer from the same problem. As as your teams. which is. They're just not as good as the chiefs. It will barring an injury for crazy collapse The best they can hope for in my book is afc championship losers. I would be remiss if i did not ask you before you leave. What's going on with fury and wilder. What's go gosh So if you're not a boxing fan You should know that this fight has been delayed for over a year now it was contract contractually obligated to happen after the second one. Even though tyson theory had signed a deal is going to be able to fight Anthony joshua afterwards so wilder and theory. We're going to fight on july twenty fourth Yesterday came out that fury And his camp have tested positive for kobe. So the fight isn't pushed back to early october. between fury and wilder so now the fury joshua by the fight most people in the boxing. We're looking forward to have to get pushed back even more I guess the over arching theory of of being a boxing fan extra expect disappointment and so no. Boxing fan surprised to be disappointed today. Because this is why we can't have nice things. Well kevin i. I understand that. I was once a guy who was covering a henry. Akinwande fight that got pushed because he got hepatitis And that we were all wondering if hepatitis is another way of couldn't sell out the top of madison square garden so we were all wondering that back in the day. That's how long i go back with that whole business. But hey man Thank you for the time. this has been fun. let's chop it up again. and and Do this in short order. Thank you anytime victim. Rich right back at you and if you ever want me to complete a home in home on any of your pods plural. I'm more than happy to do it. Just let me know that you got you got it. That's kevin clark. I follow him at by kevin clarke. You should too right here on the richeisenshow lot of food for thought there man. Here's one before we take a break. Actually take a break. There is one thing that he said that would blow the roof off of the stadium. Just up the road where the super bowl's taking place tease. That's what i have to say. And then your phone calls eight four four two zero four rich and a great poll question. That's coming up. It's a little known fact that even on a day you don't think is very hot. A child left in a car can die of heat stroke very quickly. That's why leaving a child in a car is so dangerous. Sadly in twenty twenty twenty four children died of pediatric. The hitler heatstroke and many of these incidents occurred when parents or caregivers simply forgot the child was in the car. This is especially true in having the child with them is not part of their normal routine other times a parent or caregiver has to do a quick errand like run into a store or post office rather than going through the hassle of taking their child out of the car seat. They locked the door believing they'll be back in no time and everything will be okay. Unfortunately that isn't always the case. If you see a child in a hot car do not be afraid to take action if the child is unattended. And you can't locate their parents call nine one one if the child looks unresponsive..

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"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:40 min | 3 months ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's when he went on a sixty seven yard touchdown run against ohio state. That was the moment that he won the job. We just didn't know which team he was going to win the job with we knew it. You know we just didn't know that time exactly. I mean there are some players where you shouldn't even pretend and i think now the whole red shirt a rookie quarterback thing. It's it's a lost art. It's never going to happen again. These guys are coaches under too much pressure And also by the way we're quarterbacks are coming in more. Nfl ready never have been. I mean it's like the whole ten thousand our theory of the seven thousand leagues. These guys are throwing so much. Remember andy reid a couple years ago. He's just saying you know the problem with with college. Quarterbacks coach wayne about with these guys weren't throwing in college they. Were you know in number of the eighties nineties. It was kinda rare to a pro style offense. Nowadays these guys will throw. I mean i three hundred times and a you know a couple of weeks if they play in the big twelve So i think that there's just it's a different type of quarterback and they're more ready to start in september october of their other rookie year. That maybe a quarterback. Ten fifteen years ago kevin clark here from the ring. A few minutes left him here on the rich eisen. Show what story we not talking about. Which story do you think is is lingering out there. It's bubbling beneath the surface. Going to be a big story. But we're we're all stuck in. What's aaron rodgers thinking land. What are we missing right now. Kevin i i know this is going to sound completely insane and i'm gonna i'm gonna regret saying that Because it's never actually happened. When i asked i actually do think we're were sleeping on the dallas cowboys And i again i. That is something where we've never slept on a dallas cowboys ever. It's never happened we. We've overrated dallas cowboys. But i think when you saw the offense last year And what they realize that prescott and then you see that. The higher dan. Quinn i i listen. I don't i don't think tank is going to come out here and be next eighty-five buddy ryan here. But i think there's going to be a competence there and they went out and they. They basically rearranged their entire draft in order to go defense only Retooled that defense. And i really think in a division that could be week. I really do think the cowboys Could be a real. I don't think they're nfc. Contender exactly But i i really do think that there. They're on kind of the next level. Nfc teams where they're going to make us december in october. And i kinda think because of the disastrous year last year because the dak prescott injury for some reason for the first time maybe ever and maybe this will change with hard knocks We might not be talking enough about the dallas cowboys. Wow i might not be talking enough about the dallas cowboys but you don't think i mean that would make them nfc contenders though kevin. I mean i'm trying to square what you're saying because i actually i agree with you. I mean listen. There's not. I think we're gonna see a changing regard. The saints are not going to be contenders like they have in the past. Okay obviously the niners and the rams will be contenders Obviously the packers with aaron rodgers will be contenders. But it's not so deep method when you look at the afc rich you have a real problem. Which is there's a lot of afc teams who are really good. But i don't to the chiefs. And i really don't think the bills are on that second level. I mean the ravens that second level and there's other teams have a chance man a second level the nfc. I think is anybody's conference. So i actually. I do think that there's a case. You made the cowboys. If they are as good as i think they are could be one of the final four teams And playing the game. And then then it could be anybody's game. I really do think the nfc. It's just not as deep if he doesn't have the chiefs so different. Damn i'm going to see those two takes. I'm going to raise you too crazy. Takes okay but we're not may not be so crazy why why can't a An nfc championship run be made out of the nfc east by the washington football team. And ron fitzpatrick why can't that happen. How about that. Well not. I think the press i first of all first of all i agree in parts of the football team take. I ended up front. Seven is nasty. That's terrific it's terrific. They got their team. Thirteen minute really smart way. But if you're staking take if you're coming up with the take this poker. Do you really want ryan fitzpatrick to be your quarterback for three or four huge games. Yeah because i'll suck out on the river about ten times on the night you know and all i gotta do is suck out on the river. Five straight hands in a row and think crazy. Things can happen and i win. I win the entire pot. I win the pot of the night like that's you know it's funny because the football team and the cowboys have opposite problems. Which is that we know. The football teams front seven defense is going to be good. They just need a certain level from their offense and the cowboys had the exact same issue which is one side of the ball which is really good. The offensive the disney mediocrity or for b. minus perform b. minus performance from the cowboys. Defense would get them into the. Nfc champ came hot. And so i think if you combine those teams. They win the super bowl. But that's not how this works They're both incomplete teams. That need a boost from the other side of the ball. And i think that i'd rather have You know. I think the biggest biggest question once it gets january's quarterback and i'd rather have dot prescott then ryan fitzpatrick but i i see your take. I understand it rather have the cowboys all right and then on your afc My response to your afc stance is you mentioned the ravens a I guess second tier few second behind the chiefs team and i. I understand why you'd name them out of that division. But what about the team that actually gave the chiefs the toughest time in the afc playoffs last year. Are you are you buying on. The cleveland browns. Why can't they. I am their season. Okay i think the browns are right in that conversation And and i. I love that team. I think that the biggest endorsement. I'd say rich of the twenty twenty brown's andrew berry and kevin stansky is. The browns made the playoffs last year. They won a playoff game and people weren't considering the greatest miracle of all time like kevin manzke has made success in cleveland. Look like it should always be happening. And i think that's such a huge thing when you think about the history of the cleveland browns. How impressed i've been. It seems very natural one. Happening last january it wasn't a cinderella story at all I do think of that. Group would say those four quarterbacks Of the of the top teams have already named maker is probably the the the quarterback. I bet on the lease. But i still would like baker mayfield The roster is just awesome..

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"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"They're set for twenty twenty one because they're a little more traditional and not gonna kinda swing for the fences. Kevin clarke from the ringer. Here on the rich eisen show and sean mcvay and and and the Podcast that peter schrager does with him For the ringer. That was a fascinating conversation with kyle shanahan especially since it's unlike shanahan was all pissed off. That mcveigh beat him to the pinch on stafford. You know that that that he was grinding tape to to move on from jimmy garoppolo When when mcveigh's surprised them saying guess what we've already grind tape on On a replacement for golf and it stafford see later. I love that whole that was nice. Raw rare Behind the curtain exchange. Right there really good and you need to get like mcveigh and spur saying to talk about that. And i was. I was surprised at how open shanahan was and he was in kapo said. He said he ruined ruined his vacation. He thought he was going to have more time To get staffer he was out with his wife Having dinner and then he got the call so i thought it was a really interesting. Look by just how badly they wanted staffer and i think that everybody who knows football understands how good matt stafford as i spent some time with stafford two years ago for a story. And he's one of these guys who i remember dinner. Lots do who played with them telling me about stafford. He said that he's one of the few people who who really says. I don't care what people think and really means it like everybody says oh. I don't care what people think. Stafford just wants to be a good teammate. He plays through injury all the time. He plays through battle offensive lines. All of these things stafford is in the nfl communities so widely respected. And so. I think that the the biggest endorsement of matt stafford in twenty twenty one is the fact that two of the smartest koby's in the nfl sean. Mcvay and couch shanahan would desperate to get them to the point. That shanahan is still salty. He didn't get them well. And it made me also think that all trae lance has to do is fog up a mirror and make it seem like he's not gonna go. You know totally You know In the wrong direction in the jobs has right. I mean they're they are ready to they. Were ready to just move on from garoppolo right then and there if they could have pulled off the trade for stafford. Certainly you know They gave up all those draft choices for lance They would have given him up for stafford. one would think right under percent. You know the best phrasing. I saw about the shanahan. Last thing is that it's not a scheme fit scheme expansion and and what. I guess the what's going to happen. Here is college can be able to run the offense to do so many more things than he's ever been able to do with jim leaving garoppolo's athlete and all that stuff right lance is going to be able to do three times more. They're going to be able to expand the playbook. And i think that cosi kyle shanahan Is going to really enjoy what he's going to be able to do. I mean these guys at heart weather. Sean mcvay kyle shanahan sean. Payton bill ballot. Check their football dorks and they wanna be able to do as many different things as possible and trae lance give dimensions. Jimmy garoppolo doesn't so i grew with you. I think it's going to be lance early in the season. I guess it's not we won but it's going to be pretty quickly because you're shanahan. Aren't you spending june july. Just coming up with place freelance. I mean you're definitely not coming up with place jimmy garoppolo. You've been there done that. He tried to move on from already. So i think there's going to be a plan in place to get freelancing their early. How quickly does justin fields get out. There kevin what do you think about that one. So i looked at the schedule before they play the packers in mid october. And i think you don't want him to make his debut in in against green bay. That's just too much pressure. Especially rogers there or especially during love is there. You don't want to the two young quarterbacks during off against each other. I think in week three. They played a lions. I think that might be good. Unless don't set the world on fire. I really don't think He's gonna make two to october. I think they wanna see. Johnson feels i think just field as nfl ready. I think matt nagy has laws. Certainly but he can make quarterback better and young quarterbacks particularly seem that in the past So i'm i'm in favor of september switch. I think it just gives them a little bit of coverage. It's a row. Andy dalton now out there the first couple of weeks and it seems like You know now that. He signed his his rookie. Deal as well It looks like trevor lawrence might be ready to be named the starter of the jacksonville. Jaguars right kevin. i mean. he hasn't been ready. He hasn't been ready. They're not ready there. You know the the hoops that they are jumping through to to to make it seem like there's a process and there's a scheme and then that there's an earning of a job when we all know the coach who's trying to create. That atmosphere took the job because trevor lawrence is being drafted is really just some of the greatest Contortion ism we've seen in the nfl in a long time. i'm enjoying it immensely. Entertaining thing about lawrence. I did about borough the year before that trevor lawrence one this job probably last november okay. The competition ended last november at thanksgiving twenty twenty. I mean this is. They didn't go out and sign a big name they're they're obviously. You know the at one point. I remember right before the draft. They asked herb and if he was gonna draft trevor lawrence. Ooh that's the direction we're heading and if they go came in like we can you have first overall pick. You don't have any other options to start 'em like i promise you. Trevor lawrence is coming in as starter. you know well before whenever they name him the starter in a couple of weeks or even a month kevin kevin. I'll do you one better. I'll do better he. Trevor lawrence one. This job on just looked it up while you were talking. December twenty eighth two thousand nineteen..

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Kevin Clark, Who Played the Kid Drummer in 'School of Rock,' Dies at 32

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

Kevin Clark, Who Played the Kid Drummer in 'School of Rock,' Dies at 32

"Clark who played the drummer in school of rock has passed away. Motorists had him while he was cycling. Which oh my gosh. She was only thirty two years old. Jack black took to social obviously to talk about him and give his condolences

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NFL Playoff Futures: Who will make the 2020 post-season?

The Bill Simmons Podcast

04:01 min | 1 year ago

NFL Playoff Futures: Who will make the 2020 post-season?

"Wanted to talk about playoff odds and not not. Just who's gonna make the playoffs but also the nfc the nfc's a really weird place. The saints are plus three fifty to win this to in the nfc. None of us like the saints even are as good as they looked last week against tampa. There's still this unease with because breezes arm strength. It just makes me nervous. I'm starting to talk myself into the saints. Okay yeah okay so a couple of things number one. Smart people in july and august said wait until brady gets half a season under his belt and they're going to get better you know. No one cares. More about the details. And tom brady doesn't have a training. Camp does not as doesn't put pads on till till august fifteenth. He's gonna get better and better and better and so week one when when the bucks and the saints played. I threw that out. I said this this doesn't matter bracing to get better and better better. This was the closing the gap game for me. And then i didn't see that and obviously they were there whipped everywhere you know. Ali maher pet being out was a big thing with with with with people who started the game. But i think that this was bigger than than alley marquette quite frankly okay The the saints were able to get a four man rush the entire game. Are they able to pressure brady on half of his dropbacks when they had a four man rush. That's really good Since marcus davenport's come back in week five had the most pressures in football pressuring and football There's just something there. The problem at the beginning of the year was that lattimore and marcus williams were bad and those are two pretty good players and i think that you know a good pass rush. Ken console that those guys can get better and so with with brees. Listen there are. There are problems with the fact. You can't throw down the field. The offensive line is not as good as it has been in years hospice and matter with brees because he gets rid of the ball and a second. It's like peyton manning he doesn't need you know the the the best offensive line in the world and then lattimore who we were kind of dunking on because at one point he was giving almost a perfect passer rating. He owns mike evans. He own them. He is not given up a reception. Mike evans the last three games. They've played and so when if those guys play in the playoffs again. There's that match up. So i i don't. I'm feeling better about the saints. Now that i was two three weeks ago. Good coaching staff. I gary coaching staff. Yeah so the fear in this isn't just the saints but the fear is all right. What happens at their downtown in a playoff game. It's basically the lamar jackson corollary. How am i feeling down. Thirteen to three in the second quarter and they've just done a three and out. What were my emotions in that moment. That's my the saints because a breeze. I think that because they don't you don't think they're capable of a big play. Is that your fear if teams though like all right. They've got to air this out. They've got to quicken the pace and also it's amazing to me a cameras probably been the. Mvp think it's either him cook mahomes berry some order Okay i'm amazed at teams aren't just like all right. We're taking him out like bell. Check in his prime your. He got added as kids to the coaching staff and decided to throw a fight street. Drafts fail check All he would do me like chimeras not beating me. You can have everyone else on the saints. I'm not getting beat by that guy. I'm falling everywhere he goes. We're hitting him constantly. He's not beating me. Why don't teams do that with them. I don't get it okay. So first of all they have a of weapons. Thanks so she when michael. Thomas is healthy There's a lot they can do their you know. I think peter king early breakdown. His column this week about there was a play where the bucks dropped eight men into coverage and it was a weird play. They had their fullbacks put out wide and brees hit a random tight end. Adam traveling for a touchdown even throwing into eight men like that. There's just something their breezes still really really good so. I think it's a bit simplistic to say. Just take away kamara because they can do other stuff And they can. They can change their game plan so

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SpanBERT

Data Skeptic

10:16 min | 2 years ago

SpanBERT

"So on the show we've been talking about burt night every episode come out but I'll take for granted that listeners at least should by now know what burt is so I'll skip that question and just ask you if you could put into context may be some Wayne which you've been applying birt has had an incredible affect on the P. Community. I think that's pretty obvious by now in one sense and this has also affected me personally burt kind of killed a lot of projects that were trying to create or design a model that is specific to a certain task came along you know this this kind of massive pre trained mass language model all that within three training e pox on on the target task it's getting stead of the results and putting those handcrafted models leaving the way behind a lot of people's first impression of bird is to be impressed with it what was your journey towards questioning where it's boundaries lie in span. Burt were not the per se trying to understand what the limits of Bert are but that is still a really really interesting question I have had other work that tries to kind of analyze what Bert Learns we actually just got a paper award and the Blackhawks NLP workshop for that paper that's work with with Kevin Clark does she khandelwal Chris Manning and other people have written similar papers in basically found out the bird is kind of learning the whole traditional NLP pipeline implicit manner and it's getting a lot of gains from that but I don't think that we have seen kind of what the limits of burt or Bert like models are at this point can you tell me a bit about how span Bert which is the shortest way to describe your contributions what's the long way what do you guys innovating on in your research since pampered what we tried to do is improve the pre-training tasks that bird is using bird is not a model but a- pre-training methods in that pre training method birt has two objectives one is the mass language model the other is accents prediction we focused on mainly proving the mass language model so the mass language model itself the way it works is that you get a sentence say I had a nice chat with Kyle at then you randomly pick some of these words mask them that say we must chats and the model needs to predict the missing word in I had something with Kyle is chats to make that after kind of to force the model to capture more interesting things about language and I'm keeping this vague intentionally will road to that in the second what we did was I instead of masking random tokens we masked random spans of tokens so we're not saying we're not giving the model as input I had a nice something with Kyle were saying I something something something something with Kyle and that is that a bit more flexibility in terms in the things that it could potentially predict by making the task more challenging basically forcing the model to learn more about length. approach the other thing we added was that we're not only forcing it to predict these missing words dismissing span from each of the individual mask Toke John's but we're forcing it to predict the information from the boundaries off the mask span so from the word I and with with Kyle were trying to predict everything that was in between tell me more about that limit does that mean I'm not going to consider things like the length of the span we didn't change the length of the sequence so the model knows what what legs it's trying to predict but it needs to kind of saying in a bit of a hand wavy way in needs to learn longer range dependency so it needs to learn not only what kind of immediately neighboring words I wanna be but what the next three words are gonNA be or forward depending on the length of the span the idea is novel and appeals to me and thank you put it pretty succinctly when you said we want to force the model or the learning process to learn more effectively but as I also think about it I wonder Well Okay you've made the problem harder if you train your model with your method on the exact same training data set we hope that that effort doesn't fact force the model to be murder do you have any way to quantify the degree to which that's true so that's a great question and we actually put a lot of effort and especially Taiwan resources into making sure that we're giving Berta real fighting chance the original of fighting chance to beat us in addition to taking Google's version of burt and just download you know whatever they may publicly available we also re implemented burt ourselves and we did a bit of hyper parameter tuning and every kind of training trick bit data or hyper parameters or training for more rations that we also applied to the baseline so we had baselines that were actually much much stronger than the original birds and we were still able to outperformed them when we added the span birds objectives on pre-trading tasks very neat and is there any way you can measure do that or is it more qualitative as you introspective results if you'll allow me to go on a bit of a of a tangent here please this is a question asking since two thousand sixteen when along with Felix Hill we ran the Rep Avowal Workshop this was twenty sixteen since then Sam Bowman joined us and actually kind of took the lead on this we came together to make this shared task that everybody's been running on glue I think most of our listeners have heard of a now we have also superglue which is kind of the next generation much harder tasks as well glue as a really really good way or was a good way until I got maxed out by by all these models but it's a really good way of evaluating how will these pretrial tasks are actually working because it evaluates a diverse set of tasks with different types of training set sizes different levels of complexity of difficulty if you manage to improve the results glue by say two points that's really really meaningful I'll mention another work that we did kind of concurrently it started actually from kind of the same parent project but split off into two things one of them was span the other being Roberta so Roberta the the idea was basically let's try to replicate birds but do a lot of hyper parameter you name and scaling up that original bird just didn't do because I know they thought it was big enough and good enough to really was at the time but apparently what we found in Roberto was that you can do a little bit of tweaking to the hyper parameters for example just training and get for a bit longer maybe try training with bigger batch works really really really well in fact it works so well that on glue for example we were able to outperform xl nets by a little bit so kind of that's really saying something yeah I would say within variance but basically without adding all commodification exit added to the model so we just you know we basically had the simple model even simplified it even more we removed the next symptoms addicts in the NFC objective didn't spend Burton as well and used just a single sequence to train each example and just scamming it up training for longer using slightly better vocabularies just really really improved performance on a bunch of tests and not only glue we also just east results and Superglue as well where there's really really big leap it's not at human level yet because superfluids significantly harder it has a bunch of tests that are significantly harder than the ones that we have in glue but still it's a huge advance in Yeah absolutely I seem to recall the paper on a lot of tasks like putting your your approach to the challenge with the famous squad and squad two point Oh data sets that you were eking out those arguable percentage points improvements on span burt when compared to Vanilla Google burt and a few others I know all deep learning a little bit inherently blackbox but do you have a sense of you've the mechanism or or what it is is allowing your model to outperform I really the most impressive results were in what we call span selection tasks so squad squad to a lot of the machine reading question answering our task data sets that we ran on we see this really significant improvement there this is probably because Spaniard is focused on representing and predicting the content of Mrs Expense and I think that's why we're getting gains on these are also mentioned one other task that we ran on which which most people don't run on because it's a bit more complicated which is correct resolution reference resolution is a really hard task for a models currently the state of the art on this it's it's about seventy nine F. One whereas before us the best model was from Lee and others which was about

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TV Review: A 'Chernobyl' Deep Dive

The Big Picture

13:16 min | 2 years ago

TV Review: A 'Chernobyl' Deep Dive

"The most incredible thing I've seen on television this year. And really in some time has just concluded I'm talking, of course about Chernobyl the HBO mini series chronicling the devastating nuclear disaster that occurred on April twenty-sixth nineteen Eighty-six near the city of Pripyat in the former Soviet Union leader in the show. I'll be speaking with creator writer. Producer Craig Mazin, who will help me understand how he pulled off this extrordinary feet. But I, I am joined by fellow her noble, admire and ringer executive editor Mallory Ruben. Hello, moe. Hello. Mel you are. You're a voice in the darkness. You were a Soviet minor in the chair noble. Admiration society months ago. I saw screen this show and I was like this is extraordinary. It's incredible. How powerful and beautifully done this very sad. Gripping physically upsetting story is crickets. No one had seen a screener. He's actively making fun of you became a bit. And I certainly feel vindicated not just because you like it. But because a great many people have come to appreciate this show, but tell me a little bit about your journey. You had been living in west rose for quite some time. And then the show came to you and very quickly. You started to consume it. Yeah. I joined a few weeks late Memorial Day weekend, fact. Sorry, sink convert truly a binge then as you know, it's a something of a habit of mine I as you as you said, wrapped up with thrones and I needed to reconnect to the wider culture wanted a little, you know, joy in my life, and I thought. What better way to connect to my fellow man? Rediscovered my own humanity then sure noble. But all jokes aside, you know you'd spoken so highly of it. And there was something appealing to me about the fact that it was a miniseries. It was I was gonna be able to consume it off fairly quickly started watching it. Early in the weekend. So three episodes were out at that point in time. And I watched all three in a row and then was consumed with almost like a surprisingly dangerous, rage that I could not immediately access the final two episodes. And then I watched both of those obviously, when, when they aired, and in the case of the family when you were kind enough to provide me with screener. That's why we're here right now. I had a very similar experience. I watched the first episode like I said months ago with my wife and we were both very taken, but then also, well, we wanted to keep watching it, but we knew that it was it would it would be part of the kind of conversations like oh, but also there's something about any show like this unfold slowly limiting is powerful to no offense to binging in general. I respect that approach to, to culture. But I did appreciate the slow roll out, and we, we sort of parcel deaf ourselves in that way. I think part of the reason he needs to do that is because there's just just a really deep emotional toll that the show wages on its viewers because of its. You know, not just the, the physical terror that you get from it, but just considering the absolute awful scope of what happened in these events. I I'm not sure if you were alive, when winter, the turnover will disaster happened. I was not. So we'll turn Warren later that year September eighty six so April twenty six eighty six as my good friend David Shapiro's birthday, we'll congratulations to David. I hope he wasn't met him for the first time she said, Chernobyl, I presume he was not injure noble when he was Cleveland. Thank goodness. What was your level of awareness of this event? Throughout the course of my life, you know, I think probably similar to what it was for many people who came to this show, which is an awareness that a disaster, it happened. And then little else beyond that, and actually, I started listening to the podcast or the HBO was put out around the show, the official podcast, noble, the buck cast the turnover Petrova podcast and that's that's out there right away as motivation for creating in the first place was this complete void for certainly not everyone, but wide swath of people about what actually happened here and why. And so, in that sense, I think ultimately partially at out week after week instead of all at once is actually very fitting because you as viewer obviously not equating, the experience of the viewer with the experience of somebody on the ground. But it manufacturers that sense of protracted discovery and your desire. Fire is so fierce to understand how what how could this have possibly happen, especially when you realize that it was a safety tests that what's this all? It's just such an incongruous set of initial facts that you're so desperate to learn. And the fact that you can't get to the truth right away. And that, in fact suffocating the truth is really the entire point for so many people is this unbelievably frustrating, but also compelling for pulse of force throughout the rest of the show. You're the eagerness to understand, I think, is the driving force, especially if the first two episodes, which play a lot more sort of like a murder mystery. You know, we're thrust almost immediately into this very quiet setting where this huge disaster happens. There's no really not a lot of preamble before we get to be actual disaster. Right. And then the, the preamble is the suicide of the pro tag. That's right. That's right. Which is also kind of a sleight of hand, as a storytelling device. But there's something so unusual about the way that everything is meted out here. But also kind of it kind of drags you along once things get extremely intense by. Roads, three and four you, you kinda can't turn away, even though we're start to fully understand why some of these things happened until we get to episode five when we realized that we don't actually know why certain things happened in more people had more information than we originally thought it's really kind of a masterful Sherlock Holmes, Ian kind of design for, for telling the story, I think a lot of times with docudrama. You tend to get something that is very earnest. That is very straightforward. It is a very chronological. Now, this is told chronologically, except for that sort of opening sequence you reference, but a lot of information is withheld in the way, it's with held is very powerful. For you. I is this a kind of a format kind of real life story that you like, because when I think of your passions, I think, you know, Harry Potter, of course in game of thrones. And the things that are more fantastical. This is really hard line down the middle in many ways, journalism. Yeah. Well, I've devoted my, my life and career to journalism. That's true. That's a good. It's a good point. It's a good question. I think. When I think about the things that I really love about SCI fi or fantasy stories, which is how I spent so much of my time as a consumer of literature film television. Everything conversations with my friends. Of course. I love the idea of dragons and dire wolves and waving your wand, and making anything that you won't possible. But the thing that I really love about those stories is tapping into something core about human nature. And so any great story can deliver that. And obviously the place that you're going to get that the, the, the most fully formed is something that is literally about confronting humanity and what people are willing to do to each other, and what they're willing to do, when they see what other people are willing to do to each other, and I was riveted every single second of this experience. Like I it's so upsetting and horrifying to watch that it doesn't feel like a normal thing to say, but I can't wait to watch it again. And part of that is because I think. To your point about how much you find out in the finale, actually, how much is sort of held back for this reveal even though it is real world history that we're talking about. And that's sort of like a contrary thing to say. I'm fascinated to then re rewatch it with that in mind. But also because it is just such a pitch perfect case study in some of the themes that I cherish so much. You know the idea of truth in lies. What is heroism, what kind of forms cannot really take when you're talking about storytelling, what is the role and power of image and narrative, and it's pretty hard right now in two thousand nineteen in the United States of America to watch her noble and not think about our current political system and the role of truth in lies in the narratives that unfold around us every day. And so that was interesting to, to simultaneously gain. Newfound understanding of this seismic is stork event and also like with any great story be able to apply it to something in your current life. Is it important that you learn things when you're watching something like this, because everything that you're talking about is the Matic, you know, it's, it's essentially emotional or intellectual. But it's not fact based per se, right? And you know, it's funny, we've been having this conversation in the office, a handful of us about sort of dad non-fiction, you know, the, the canon of handful. You and Kevin Clark and continue. No, there were a few more participants, but shadow to Brian Phillips, with, but there's small group of people that there's a sort of strand of, of culture and history books that are targeted at what we presume to be fifty five year old white guy in pleaded pants, who's just come off the golf course and received his Father's Day gift from his hopeful son or daughter, and inevitably that book is about a general in World War. One man is based on a world historical event more than likely. It's got a certain kind of, you know, pursuit of those some of those themes you're talking about heroism truth in lies, but there's something kind of stayed about it. I think tra- noble in some ways falls into this category. The and in fact, a lot of the series is based on a book, voices of tra- noble. But there's something somehow different about it for you personally. Do you are you the kind of questing for information? It will then bring that to the bar and tell everyone what you learned or is it much more of a televisual emotional experience. I think both and I think that one of the reasons that I really not only enjoyed the show, but thought it was such a grand achievement is because they clearly can be either of those things for you. And that's valid, however you choose to consume. It is valid, you know we we talked about this a bit over the weekend. I was so impressed by the show's handling of the science because I am just in the interest of candor, not a physicist, not a nuclear scientists talked, you ve lied on your resume can barely do math working together for five years. And I little did. I know. And so I was actually a little bit could -cerned about that heading nothing ever felt like a true barrier to entry, but you know you worry about both extremes. I think on the one hand is this going to be so dumbed down for the general viewing public that basically feels like it isn't real that you can't believe in who those characters are in the work that they're supposed to be doing because there's no way that people like that with talk that way about their work on the other extreme. Is it going to be so scientifically precise that it's totally alienating for somebody who for whom that's not there, there for an actor or something that they're comfortable with it all? And I thought that the show's ability to thread, the needle between those two things and allow you to understand with now I'm not implying that we're coming out of this as. Nuclear actually, deuce everyone physicists now. But the basic ability to comprehend what they were talking about what was happening without making it too complex or making it feel like they were condescending. And speaking in speaking, towns, you and I think that's a great trick. There was positioning, some of the other characters on the show in the same seat that the viewer was in, you know, and I think, I think, for example of one of the earlier scenes in the show when are I when I look gossip and Boris our first heading out there on the plane, and we gossip sketching his sketching this out, because Boris's demanding that he explained it to him, and the, the bullets analogy that was so instantly clarifying. Similarly, the trial in the finale, do we understand every single thing that was on all of those placards tiles? No, but they were colour coded, and the, the thing that was unambiguous was that balance was the key, and that wants you. You lost that you lost the ability to control the thing that needed to be controlled, and I just thought that okay I don't need to be coming to this as somebody who is, like inherently obsessed with the science or the facts, but I feel like I can grasp them, and then because I have that beasts comfort, I and then able to shift my focus of the things that I personally care more about the seems the characters the choices that they're making. And I think that if you probably are in the far extreme of carrying about the science. I'm sure that there are plenty of people out there who are like fact check on x y and z, and I think that one of the cool things is that the creators of not in any way imply that it is a note for note, faithful rendering of history, you know, that there are for, for example, the Yuan, a character is a composite of all these other scientists, and I think song, right? Saying that in the it was either the first or the second inside the episode feature at that the that we heard that and then it's also. Noted in the run through a fax at the end of the finale. So what about you? Well, I think that there's a brilliant storytelling choice that also happens to be true to history, which is that every single character who is not Lagoda for most of the film is completely ignorant to how any of this works.

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"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"The NFL. You can check out his work on that site. Follow him on Twitter. And again, he consistently is writing in my opinion. Just really really interesting stuff that I'm not seeing elsewhere. So when he prints publishes a new story when the ring as a new story, I'm always quick to read it a really big admire of what he's doing. Kevin thanks so much again. I know it's been a long weekend safe travels from New Orleans to Los Angeles. And thanks so much for joining us on these sports media podcast. Thank you so much for all right back in the studio. My thanks to Laura Rutledge and Kevin Clark for two interesting conversations. Thanks as always Pellegrino for putting this podcast together. Previous sports. Media podcasts include John ran for a discussion on ESPN's interest in Super Bowl, Austin, Murphy and Daniel Dale James, Andrew Miller, who is a regular on this podcast, Chelsea James and Bruce Feldman Chelsea Jane's, the Washington Post now covering the twenty twenty campaign, Tom achieve Howard Beck, Rebecca Lobo, China Robinson, Rachel Nichols. Candice Parker journal hill. Renee, young police head over to the sports media with Richard is page on either apple podcasts or Stitcher Google play or wherever we get podcasts. And check it out. And if you like the stuff, please leave us review and ratings. That's that's how it stays. All right for everybody at cadence thirteen for loophole Reno. This Richard is we'll see again on the sports media. Richard ipod..

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"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Do you do anything NBA or you or your purely in the NFL part of the ringer? I think there's probably room for me to be in the and the NBA part of it at some point. I think that you know, I'm I'm sort of one of the things I really like to do is. I don't feel comfortable this writing NBA call if I don't know anything about I watch every Landau magic game. I think I have good handle in the league. But it would take me a little bit to get up to speed where I feel comfortable writing about another sport for a little bit about soccer in the what about golf I would need to dive headfirst and just become an expert to the point. I feel comfortable that wouldn't you know, I wouldn't take that long. But if if matters said to me tomorrow head you wanna write about James harden? I would I would put a hold on that for a little bit. And try to a bigger piece rings got like fifteen people though can write about heart and you'll but you'll be we're good. We're good on. We're gonna all right. So. Before I do the cheap thing. Kevin just I realize you're probably gonna write on this. But I do want to just get your top line thoughts on what you think's gonna happen to Super Bowl. Kev. If you're on Twitter by Kevin Clark. And you if you. If you're fan of the ringer or if you haven't read the ringer you'd certainly Google Kevin Clark in the ringer. And you could see all his work on his Twitter feed. He has some of the recent stories that have done all of these are really good. I cited the analytics revolution PC's, storing, Patrick Mahomes, and sort of how his kind of unique passing style, which is kind of incredible one onto Shawn Watson think if I remember right something on people who've caught touchdowns from drew Brees. Maybe and then people caught one touchdown one touchdown from two. Right. And then this is actually really cool. Very good NFL story about how the quarterbacks in the league that teams have paid a ton of money on a ton of money four cousins. Matt rob might Ryan Aaron Rogers. They're not in the playoffs while the teams like the Rams achieves. Etc. Texans like where their quarterbacks were not taking like a gigantic piece of the cap had moved forward. So that was kind of that was kind of interesting in terms of building contenders around young stars, so checkout Kevin's piece on that curse. Looking in the Christmas salary cap eating quarterback art Kevin again. I know you're in New Orleans. No this just happened. I know you're gonna have to do a ton of evaluation. But what what is your sort of top line instinct right now about what we might see with patriots. And the Rams. My guess is patriots by a score. I mean, I think that there's there's still a very strange blue thing where even when the patriots are the better team, they always play close Super Bowls. I can never really explain that. But I just think that they're they're kind of equal in talent from from a top line standpoint. I think coach and quarterback or are obviously closely aligned, but then the Rams are a little bit deeper in certain spots. And I think that Bella check is the game plan that the patriots win little edges. They went on being the least flawed team at all times. It's going to be a fascinating match because the Rams are quote, unquote, all way, and they have a deeper roster. But I think that the patriots sort of game plan of of knowing exactly what to do and how to play these more talented teams. I think that that's that's going to be the match to Washington, they do it. And they probably win by one score. To do this. Kevin. Kevin Clark is a even have title like senior writer or staff writer. What are the ringers doc writer staff writer? Sl fancy title. I was gonna say I know back in the day. There were too many writers very concerned about being senior staff. Kevin Clark is a is a writer staff writer for the ringer. Specializing in.

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"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"So ballet did is as crazy as it is ballets, very helpful. When you are talking about. Clemson, Alabama secondary's very new so. Yeah. Tell to- finebaum to start taking some ballet now. Let's see where. Yeah, I've tried to work with him on that. Because his body movements are not the smoothest enough reason news there, but he ballet training. Yeah. Listen, we could. Including this New Yorker slash Canadian at the moment. Our Laura Rutledge, Laura, you know, I've I almost feel like I need to lake take a break because I have to now read your resume and list of all the things you're doing. So I have to prepare for this. It's so long Laura Rutledge is a reporter and host for ESPN in a number of roles, including college foot. She's airport on college football, basketball, gymnastics, baseball softball. I'm sure I've missed some sports. She's a host of the SEC networks SEC nation. She's now a co host on get up. We learn not getting paid any extra cash for that. What if what a trooper she's a regular on the Paul finebaum show? She's hosted sportscenter. And and I certainly appreciate her time, Laura. The people who work with you always have great things to say about you. And that to me is usually the standard that I use in terms of. You know, just sort of how to think about a person who's in the business so credit to you. And thank you very much for the time. And I wish nothing but success ending forward. Thanks for joining us today on the sports media podcast. Thank you for having me. It was a pleasure are my thanks to Laura Rutledge. And now we had for our conversation with Kevin Clark. Kevin Clark is an NFL writer and podcast for the ringer. He previously covered the NFL for the Wall Street Journal. He also hosts he can correct me if I'm wrong on this. But I'm going to call it a video short slow news day and Kevin Kevin Clark point joy. How would you describe that? Kevin if the video something yet, if something it's on video, and that's that's all I can describe it as a it's a four minute sort of run through the NFL news, and it's slightly talk show. We have a guest twenty things I do during the week. But it it's kind of defies genre. Yeah, it's great. Which is why it's kind of interesting that's actually really like against just sort of Google slow news day. Kevin Clark the ringer. If you want to check it out. It's a. There's a best live short is where I'm going to put it in the Oscar category. But you can you can make your termination. So the reason why I wanted to have you on this podcast is I don't think this is an overstatement about to kiss your bud a little bit. But it is from an honest place. You to me have you've engineered very unique writing style or sort of content generation style when it comes to NFL stories, and I would sort of say, they're a mix of quirky stories analytically bay stories and access stories and a lot of people I read they might be one of those three, but you're three of those three. I remember reading a piece that you did on like game of thrones spoilers and how like players like a big thing like in training camp. Like players did not want other players to give it up. I I really am impressed by just sort of the the stories and and and unique angles that you come up with. For the NFL. So that's my long way of of asking you a very simple question. If that ridiculously long winded answer, how do you do a question, I should say, how do you describe what you do? So first of all, I appreciate you saying that I think there's a lot of people who are really burst out the NFL. VM hugely impressed with you know, people like Jenny Brenta's who do this stuff every single week? And and it's incredible obviously, Peter King. There's a lot of great enough L writers out there and my colleagues of the ringer hall. Incredible. I think that I when I view a story I kind of look at it as and this is gonna sound weird. But you know, I kinda game planet almost like what coach would I just figure out what would be best. So some going into Minnesota. And I know I can get Kirk cousins and Rick Spielman, and and Mike Zimmer then I can plan for more of an access type store..

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"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"kevin clark" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"The ringer. Previously. Worked for the Wall Street Journal, Kevin Clark just does pieces that they're quirky and different and NFL writing that in my opinion, you just not seeing elsewhere. So we got into a discussion on how Kevin finds his. His his pieces, and or his subjects and also the difference of working for the ringer versus the Wall Street Journal two very different publications to places in different parts of the world as well, Los Angeles, California and New York City. So Laura Rutledge first and then Kevin Clark coming up on the sports me podcasts. Laura Rutledge is a reporter and host for ESPN in a number of roles, including working as a reporter on college. Football, basketball, gymnastics, baseball and softball you. Also saw her this year do Monday night. Football jets lions? We'll get into that. She is the host of the SEC networks SEC nation. She's also a co host of get up. She's a regular on the Paul finebaum show. I believe she's hosted sportscenter. We're getting into Stephen a Smith territory in terms of someone who's getting a lot of different jobs at ESPN and Lor Laura ledge joins us on the sports media podcasts. Laura. Thanks for coming on today. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. Big fan of the podcast many years, though, cool for me. Way to read off the prompter law. That was nice of you to. Right now for your podcasts. So you are in the rare position where I wanna start your in the rare position ESPN that you have multiple options in terms of where you wanna go with this with this company with us network. You recently signed a contract extension. That's always good and you have assignments as a reporter on major college football broadcasts. You have pretty nice hosting job on the SEC network on you know, I would argue their signature show or one of their signature shows. You're now part of your now a regular part of the get up rotation which obviously is very important investment free SPN, and you know, you also do other stuff like finebaum show excetera. So do you have an idea of where you hope to be in a couple years with ESPN? Or are you someone who you enjoy this? You enjoy the sort of many different kinds of things you're doing it ESPN. Yeah. It's so funny because even when you listing off the different roles as I as I say them, it's hard for me to think about eliminating any of it. I. Love all of it. And that's not with service. I I wouldn't do it. If I didn't love all of it. I think some oh must be signed all these things. And and that's partly. But a lot of it's been that. I was able and said, you know, hey, whatever comes around. Let me make sure that I can do it and to ESPN credit. They've given me opportunities to trial these different things. So when I look at my role, you know, what I would like to see over the next couple of years. It's really just a some sort of combination of all those things and and getting opportunity on the biggest events, which for me as somebody who, you know, started at this company in twenty fourteen started with the SEC network on a very minimal contract. I was basically signed up to do twelve football games. And you know, when I look back at that say, I can't even believe that I'm getting a chance to do any of this stuff..

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Did the Bears Make a Mistake with Deshaun Watson?

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Did the Bears Make a Mistake with Deshaun Watson?

"So let me start with us. We always. The Cleveland Browns. They can't get the quarterback. Right. I cannot believe they passed on Carson Wentz. Let's just take the Cleveland Browns and shoved them. Off the air for minute, and let's talk about the Chicago Bears. So Joe thighs, men was talking about dish on Watson who could be a Chicago bear, but they passed on him for Mitch Trubisky. And Joe ties been said yesterday, his quote is he's more accurate than Cam Newton. He's fast within Cam Newton. He's more allusive than Cam Newton. I don't know if all that's true, but I do like the Shawn Watson a lot, and here's what is amazing is much as we bang on Cleveland for passed on Carson Wentz. The Chicago Bears passed onto Shawn Watson, who has a multiple year starter. He started two full years and then his sophomore year, he started a little too, and he completed sixty seven percent of his throws. Sixty seven percent of his throws. His coach is not a former NFL guy is not known as an offensive guru, like some guys have no just dabbles when he's a great coach, but he took that coach completed sixty seven percent. He faced Alabama twice. Both times was six weeks to prepare the best defensive in the best coach in college football, Nick Sabin could non stop him could not stop him to time six weeks

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