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Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on Popcast

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01:41 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on Popcast

"Hit the highs, then I needed it to as often as I've expected to from that artist. And maybe feeling like, oh, he's going to go crazy the next time is copium, maybe he really is trying to push things around and change up the art. Can I ask just like a meta criticism question? Because it's something that was really on my mind as I was writing the review. Because we'll do critic picks sometimes for really impressive records. And I was like, I don't think I'm going to give this a critics big, but I was like, I'm so used to and Steven, your review is the first pitcher to review of a Kendrick record since section 80. That was not best new music. I was sort of wondering like, am I going to be out on a limb here being like, this is an imperfect Kendrick record. But it turns out that everybody felt that way, or almost everybody seemed to feel that way. Was it, was it at all strange to watch that happen in kind of real time? Because I feel like critical discourse sometimes can be blunted and dull, especially about stars of a certain caliber with a certain expectation. And I was like wondering kind of like looking at other people's papers a little bit like, okay, is anybody going to also say this? Or am I going to be floating down here alone? And then it turned out we all kind of could have just, you know, more or less filed one review because we all mostly thought similar things. I mean, I don't have any heroes. That's right. That's right. I'd say it louder. Say it with your chest. Say it with your chest. I listened to the music that I respond to the music. You know, I did have high expectations, but they expectations didn't make the music. I wasn't in the studio. This is just like be hoping it's good. If it's mid, it's mid, you know? Yeah, like I didn't come in thinking I wanted anything, but I was like, yo, what if we could hear Kendrick talk about XYZ? And he wanted to talk about fast and angry tweets. Sometimes, you know, you have to go through that stuff. And there's a lot of people who are in their hard headed area who were in there on rejecting the thing that everybody wants me to do era and we're getting a lot of head ass records because people are pushing back at. They're the public perception of themselves in ways that shouldn't matter to them. I get it, but come on. It's been 5 years now. Let's get past this. It's not just happening inside the confines of the Kentucky record and I feel like that we're talking about cancel culture and all that stuff and like deliberate transgression stuff inside the Kendrick record and music, this area is so tainted with that mindset that it's even got into like that. I don't know where do people stop worrying about whoever is not trying to hear what they say. In pitch the whole record pitched the whole show pitched the whole special, whatever the thing that you're making is to the people who want to hear it, you know? It does make me wonder that energy that, oh, they're not ready for this conversation or I try to have this conversation and they don't want it. Is that kind of like a proxy discourse for, hey, I tried something and for the first time, it's kind of not hitting. So it couldn't possibly be not hitting because it's bad or because it's unappealing. It must be not hitting because of what I'm talking about, and because they don't want me to talk about it. Sometimes when you hear Kendrick or like Dave Chappelle or whatever, like griping about someone like this, like sometimes I'm just like maybe the material's not hitting. It doesn't have to do with these other kind of like big picture thematic cancel ideas. Maybe it's isolating in their branches in their mansions in their beaches and listening to the people who are telling them they agree with them and yeah, they're just everyone is everyone's head is just so far up their own they're like, it's really exquisite to watch every single person go through this. Every famous rapper from a surgeon. It's Elon Musk telling people he's going to vote Republican now. It's just like it's everywhere and it's like annoying and like I'm very tired of just that whole thread. You can't even call it a thread. It's the whole rope to what you're talking about, John, with a lot of the records that have come out at least in the past two years. I think we're really getting a sense of who these people are in the context of not having a world around them to just adore them or whatever. So we were all listening to celebrities in the pandemic, where it's like, you know what? Why can't I say what I want? Why can't I say it? It's like these guys are actually just like rich jerks. But wait, wait, wait, wait, but there's been some slappers that have come out during the pandemic from the same rich jerk slappers, rich jerks. No, that's my new Spotify. If I catch my constantly updated Spotify playlist. This whole Kendrick record was like, how funny would it be if he just got yeet on one track? The raft that has blown up most recently, I feel like is so much closer to where people are. And I think you're hearing a lot of these kind of former stars of the genre start to feel a bit threatened. It's like, does Kendrick have a lot? At this point. But here's the thing, that is true and that's been, I'd say that's been happening since 2010, but the Earl sweatshirt album also very insular, but really interesting, from really this year's sick. That's also in a very heady space in this space of the Vince record. It's possible to be inside your head and also make records, like people are doing it. Oh, for sure. I think those are two good examples of people who aren't going to be Drake or Kanye. Right, but also vintage someone, Vince is someone who also has a less imposed upon moral presentation than Kendra. He's Vince has more latitude. I always feel to navigate. Then Kendrick seems to have. Oh, yeah, sure. But he came ready to wrap though. I feel like I at least respect that. Well, guys, again, it's a joy to talk Kendrick with three people who will never lose touch. Steven, Jeff Craig. Steven are they cussing you for the pitchfork review? Yeah, I have my mucin filters very established. I caught three days of smoke for pimple butterfly. So like, just know that it'll always happen, it's not necessarily just about you. They hate whoever is in the seat. I appreciate that. I mean, can confirm. That's our show. Listen to every podcast ever at MI times dot com slash podcast email me a podcast NY times dot com, get in the Facebook group, get in the Discord, subscribe to podcasts anywhere you get your audio content, Apple, Google, stitcher, Spotify, et cetera, our producers, pager rosato, from head separate media, we will be back next week. Let's go out with some Kendrick incantations on mirror..

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Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on Popcast

Popcast

00:50 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on Popcast

"Do we find is the more personal writing that he's kind of diving into. And I think with we cry together, you can't imagine a more obvious take. That's just kind of the way that I tried listening to it in like a million different ways and head spaces and it's like it always lays at really dumb SNL sketch like it always lands at. It gave me biggie first thousand. Yeah. Whereas like this is like, let me get so and so and then we're gonna act out like what we think, which is great if you're like 16 or something, but like, I don't know, something about that record on this album in the context almost felt like, do you just think you could just fart on a track and put it out? I don't know, something about it was crazy to me that that was okay to people. I want to find out if Steven, what do you make of we cry together? What do you make of this? I don't love it, but I respect it. And I also think that in terms of Kendrick trying to be like, hey, this is what I listen to. This is what I'm into. He's like, hey, I'm a John singleton guy. You guys gave me a Pulitzer, but like, wow. I watch. Watch baby boy. It is single. Wow. And I feel like it feels Hamilton. It feels like. You have. No. 'cause the part where she's like, she's rapping through tears. That part for me, I'm just like, yo. She's not a rapper, though. That's incredible. I feel like that is crazy. It is crazy. It is crazy that Taylor page really took it there. Shout to her for getting probably the wildest script you'll ever get. She was in Zola. She could only go up from here. Craig, what do you make of we cry together? I have completed my contract with it and I need it. Okay. Can I have like a potentially like strange take on this song, which is on a record that, to me, has a lot of musical misses, a lot of kind of like scrambling things like things that don't feel totally focused, even though there are individual sections and moments that I really like. We cry together in its bluntness somehow feels among the more musically coherent and successful songs on this record. Hamilton aside. Like, imagine a griselda guy on that record. Just to be on that sound. How would you feel if it was we cry together the exact same song, but it was west side gun. Instead of Kendrick. But the everything else is the same. Let's be honest. While we're on the topic, I feel like worldwide steppers is a Billy Woods record. Definitely influence stuff happening. He's listening to a lot of guys, we don't give him credit for listening to, I think. One of the things on the album is sonically, especially the first half, I thought this is some of the most interesting sounds I've heard on a major label album in the past few years. From just the transition even from the opening into the first three really, because he's got a very coherent thing going on. Who's that Hamilton? Let's really talk about that. This is not the first time that I heard somebody compare it to Hamilton. And I feel like we're using a very specific, like that is a specific shorthand. Like, yes, there is a lot of, there's a lot of live instruments happening and very earnest and emotional performances. But that can go like a hundred ways. Yeah, I wouldn't compare it to Hamilton. How do you mean it, Jeff? You mean it in the most insulting way? No, I think to me, it's like it's hard to listen to that and not feel as though it is. Like a theater production and mimicking rap versus the other way around. It doesn't feel like a skit on a rap album. It feels like an interlude in a play that's trying to be progressive. But our Kendrick albums not plays. Like, is that not kind of a motif? This guy wrote a song where he meets the lord dressed as a beggar. So yeah, he's very theatrical jittery. No, I'm honestly, I think this is Kendrick Ed is most literal and throughout the album. We were talking about father time in a second ago, and that is another song that just annoys me because it's like, at a certain point, you go from interesting metaphor about father issues to just outright saying, I have daddy issues. And I feel like that's where a lot of it ends up landing, where it's like, on top of the fact that you're already doing something a little bit on the edge of cringe with just kind of this whole theatrical vibe that he's been on. The whole thing is on the precipice of cringe. But he's like, he's trying to get quotables now. And have the whole thing be necessary again, also have people saying it outside. I don't think that this is necessarily his most rap intensive record. But some of it is like, I just want to get lines out. Obviously, the shift from butterfly to damn is there is a tertiary, more focused, more like ostensible broadly palatable packaging of the songs on damn. It's not as esoteric, musically. It's not as Spacey. It's more concentrated. This feels like we're letting all that go. That's gone. We're back in the Woods. We're doing this. I don't know if it's the psychedelics or what, but you know, like we're completely back in the Woods now. It feels like it's there, but he's trying to sabotage it. It makes me get done to you. Everything is too slow to get ahead of my last question. Save that. Save that. Do you think that Kendrick understands himself as a hyper like how important are bars to Kendrick? Like in your opinion. This man said sciatica nerve. I don't know how to feel. That's like he's like up there with the project blowed guys like that's a rascal. You get it. Shout out raz guys. Is auntie diaries nature of the threat then. Wow. I mean, okay. That is a great way to enter into the auntie diaries discourse. Obviously the way y'all feel about we cry together. I think maybe we all of us feel about auntie diaries. Is there any of the four of us riding for auntie diaries? I mean, that's where the M and M metaphor really comes home for me. It's not even a metaphor. It's just like, here's another guy trying to reclaim a word that doesn't belong to him. You've been through this cycle before, this time nobody cares to last time like Eminem had to go on and talk to Anderson Cooper. I don't see that in Kendrick's future. And so it's really funny for this record to be like, cancel culture is a big thing when you've just slid on something no rapper previous to you could ever like fascinating perspective, I think. We have no way of knowing this, but like dead naming, misgendering. Is this something that we're sensing that Kendrick knew was a thing understood what he was doing and made those choices anyway, or is this the work of someone who is not fully immersed in that discourse? I don't know. I feel like, I don't know where people get information generally, but they're still like a Main Street and people know things. And just like, considering the rest of the record where he is being inflammatory and abrasive and confrontational. I think that auntie diaries fits into that. You know, like a generous interpretation of that song is that Kendrick is talking about the ways are trying to talk about the ways in which people are introduced to queerness in ways that are still kind of like contiguous with their community. So when he talks about his uncle being confusing to his friends and him having like an explanation for that. But then I'm just like, I don't need pedantic socks. What will techniques like dance with the devil? Hamilton, mortal technique, man. This is wait, wait, do we just not like Kendrick? This is a son to prince Paul psychoanalysis, what is it if we're getting really obscure? Conceptually, although I'm more that record a more thoroughgoing coherent conceptual album than this. How about that? It can be done. To go back to your question. I mean, I like Kendrick. I just, I don't grade Kendrick on a curve. The way I think about Kendrick is like, okay, this album came out last Friday. I listened to like 5 other albums that Friday, like Kendrick is culturally like a juggernaut, but I think the mistake with Kendrick is to truly believe that he is on the mountain. And we see in this album that it's impacting his music making too, right? He has to, he has to shift the perception and I'm like, I don't have that perception. You know, just out of curiosity, what of those 6 albums total was the best album that you listened to? Quelle Chris death fame. Wow. Okay, this is. I'm not trying. All right, all right, I said that. I'm gonna go get my backpack. My backpack's in the other room. I'm just gonna go get it. I've got like some super backpack, right? That was just like in that particular crop. Everyone in here is coming off the way. We've name checked all the towels. We've really done it. That's absolutely true. Like the backpack card is valid for 5 years after this episode of the podcast. We are all allowed at tramps and SOBs. We can go reopen trails in our south. We're good. I'll get back to SOB someday. Yeah, someday. Yeah, shout out junior, Sean on my God junior. All right, let's.

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Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on Popcast

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00:38 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on Popcast

"So we have two songs we have father time and then towards the end of the record, we have mother. You know, if we're gonna think about how the record is framed and Kendrick's conversation about what he inherited from his parents, spiritually. What do you make of how he understands himself through the lens of his parents on this album? I think he's really since good kid Matt city. I feel like he's been turning further inward and I feel like there's fewer voices on this record compared to just like past stuff, you know, there's not like voicemails and skits and all these things. And if they are there, they're just like really at the margins of the songs. And the family stuff is the richest stuff because I think that even when it's clunky, like auntie diaries, it's still him kind of trying to understand himself through his family and that's kind of where his best stuff is at. I think what doesn't work here for me is that his writing just isn't as scenic as it used to be and like Kendrick's always been in his mind, but I feel like on this record we spend a lot of time in his mind and we're not getting those images narratives. Yeah. Like he has that one moment on auntie diaries where he talks about his uncle pulling up, picking him up from school and then they pull off like DJ quick playing. And I'm like, where's that? There's so many moments throughout the Kendrick catalog that just feel vivid in that way. Suppose he's just been in the house and that's just what it is. Right. He started beach cruiser. He's just like every day. He takes out a new beach cruiser. Or something. I think he's got a verse on there. He talks about he essentially was an Argentina with the uprising happened. No, that was, I think that's on the hard part 5. He talks about being in Argentina, presumably on tour when Nipsey Hussle was killed. Right, right. Stephen, to your point, I do think a lot of the best writing on this record comes in the family related stuff. It's forcing this perspective of, let me detail actual stories, actual things that presumably actual things that he went through. And when we're kind of like telescoping out to bigger picture questions and other subjects, that's to me where the writing does get less specific and less compelling. Craig, what do you make of that? Do you agree with that? And then also, what do you make of the kind of two sides of the record, the really personal and the kind of big idea record? I am still after having written 2000 over 2000 words. Mixed up about it. I don't really know, really narrative intensive stuff is like, I guess, objectively granular writing, but that's, I don't want to hear that stuff. Oh, really? Those aren't really the songs that no, no, not never. I mean, on this particular record, that stuff, that's not the self that's interesting to me. It's like, okay. But do you like it on the earlier records? Do you like it on good kid mad city? It's compelling there, yeah. You know, I guess if other times counts as the family stuff in like really narrative intensive, then I really like that one, but it's mostly thanks to the same for the part. I was gonna say, I didn't really like the simple example. I also don't like to say this apple pie. I was like, you have Sam for and to me, it's not super effective. Also, I mean, I also felt the same way about Beth gibbons. I hate to say, I might be out on an island on that one. You know, I heard it and I was like, I would do something different with her. Yes. Well, one track that I feel like is to me the biggest miss in terms of the more personal stuff is we cry together. The literal stage opera. I don't know how much of a clean version exists a week. So I want to preface this by saying, we're going to play something right now. I can not speculate how many bleeding alchemists beat. Yeah, exactly. You might just be an instrumental. I don't know. But here is.

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Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on Popcast

Popcast

02:30 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on Popcast

"I am your host John jura Monica. CC. Wait a minute. Then I can say lavish. I tell the whole truth from a to Z we're talking Kendrick today. We have an incredible squad. I want to open by saying I was emailing with Craig Jenkins, who's here with us, and Craig told me earlier this week that he did all the eckhart reading before getting into the Kendrick album. And I had to be honest and say that I did. Well, I did a bit. But yeah, I mean, it's a lot to read. But I put in a lot of checks. I did not do the eckhart reading, but in preparation for this. I busted out a new earth awakening to your life's purpose, who among us has not had an eckhart toll phase. Certainly I have mine started last weekend. And Kendrick's been on a mission, apparently for a few years. So my opening salvo, that was a quote. And to be honest, as I get older, I do find that non resistance is, in fact, the enlightened path. So go off eckhart, I guess. We have a big talk today. Like I said, Craig Jenkins here, music critic at vulture, and also we haven't had Craig on since he was a finalist for the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in criticism. Thank you. Hello, Craig. What's up? Jeffy haza is here from Rolling Stone, senior editor Rolex stone. What's up Jeff? Hello hello. Back back 9 months after dropping a Rihanna rocky baby on the Drake cast. Now the baby is here and Jeff is back. We appreciate it. You can use drew's in. He has risen, real talk. And rounding it out, Stephen kearse is here. Steven is a contributing editor at the nation and writes for pitchfork and others. Hello, Stephen. Hello, happy to be here. It's my first time. I know, pumped. Everybody here reviewed the Kendrick album. And I will say three out of four rap critics agree, Kendrick is, quote, fallible on this record. When you read, when you read all of our views, that word does come up. And obviously part of the reason that comes up is because we are living, but there's two things. One part of it is Kendrick specific, one part of it is, I think, the era that we are in. Kendrick, I think, is often mistaken as a Paragon of moral virtue by really dedicated fans. I think sometimes that presentation is imposed upon him, and we are also in a time, whether it's Kendrick, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Taylor, where certain stars are elevated to this kind of infallible place. And yet here is Kendrick on this album, mister morale in the big steppers is 5th album. Very, very pointedly shaking off anyone's desire for him to be infallible. Craig, were you struck by that? Because coming off of butterfly and damn, which are both extraordinarily confident records in different ways, this really does feel like a pivot thematically and tonally. You know, he's telling us a lot of stuff that we already knew about it. We already knew that he was not your perfect rapper and that kind of a lot of that smoke was foisted on him. And he felt really weird about it. It's always kind of been in the margins, but it's never been like peppered the album the way that it does this one. Jeff, what do you think about that? Because I feel like Craig's right in the sense that Kendrick lets people know that he goes through things or lets people know that he does feel fallible in a way, but I feel like that's never defined his narrative. Well, yeah, and it's always been a bit odd to me as a Kendrick skeptic. I guess you could call it where this whole time I've been one of those people who's like, I would never say Kendrick Lamar is a bad rapper. You know, that's a horrible dumb thing to say. But it sounds like it's like the idea of calling him anything other than the greatest rapper for the past decade or whatever. This felt like the sin in front of so many people. And so I feel like to me it's always been really obvious and it's like even in the work he's not trying very hard to even see much more than how fallible he is. And something I was thinking about in terms of this review was going back to swimming pools and how when that song came out, you know, there's so much critical adoration around how he turned alcoholism into this metaphor that you could dance to. And I always think back on that, we really convinced ourselves sometimes Kendrick specifically that he's the first person to have come up with an idea. Right, or the first person to have wrapped with certain cadences, the first person, like one of the things that I always find strange about the Kendrick narrative is obviously if you look at the long arc of Los Angeles underground hip hop dating back to the 90s, there's a bounty of rappers. Project blowed scene, freestyle fellowship, et cetera there are people who wrapped in the specific way that Kendrick raps. And but I think sometimes generationally, that stuff gets totally lost. So I think there are a lot of fans for whom I think Kendrick really is, the gateway into that kind of artistry. And it's hard to like untether those folks, I think, sometimes from that idea. Stephen, what do you make of Kendrick in terms of personal politics on this record? And do you feel that there's a shift in how he's representing himself versus what he was doing on damn and butterfly? I don't think there's a shift, I think there's a tonal switch. There's more emphasis on things, but even just going back to section 80 on absolute outro, he said, he says, I'm not the next pop star, I'm not the next socially conscious rapper. I'm Kendrick Lamar. And I wrap over dope beats. And I mean, he's definitely pushing back against his decade really from good kid mad city to this record where he has, I mean, he has improved as an artist, but the expectations have really grown. And I think this record is almost like, I don't want to say a tantrum because that sounds messy, but it's kind of interesting. But it's like stage that way. It's like, hey, you need to back up off me. And it's kind of abrasive if you weren't expecting it, but it is consistent with who he's been, I think. Let me ask this, who put this on Kendrick? Because if Kendrick is far back, as you say, as section 80 was saying, I am not this guy. Who put this on Kendrick? Because he clearly feels put upon. This is on smoke though, like, this is the guy who, after the Mike Brown thing happened, was like, you know, we've really got to care about the community also ourselves if we expect anybody else to. This is a guy who made the black of the very so it's not that all this stuff has been foisted on him with regard to the history of the kind of rapper that he is. There's a lot of people who are involved in hip hop right now who are interested in this stuff. Who were not around in 2007 listening to the stuff. So like anytime the history goes missing, it's that. There are people who got in to Kanye 5 albums ago, two hours ago. Everyone just doesn't have the same attitude. That's why I'm always bringing stuff up, trying to dig into the history, call them a 90s rapper, would love to have heard a conversation between Kendrick and prodigy or Kendrick and rizza. That's the type of guy that I see him as. But you know, so the moralist thing has always been there. You know, and maybe he gets really quiet for a long time and that sort of legend grows. But he's definitely killing a monster that he created on this album. I feel like, in part, as we're responsible, but where do we get those inklings from except from doing.

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Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

00:41 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lamar" discussed on All Songs Considered

"Joining me today is writer and PR music contributor and co host of the bottom of the map podcast Christina Lee. Welcome back Christina. Hi Steven. It's great to have you and making his pop culture happy hour debut is Marcus J Moore. He's the author of the butterfly effect. How Kendrick Lamar ignited the soul of black America. He also covers jazz and experimental music for NPR, The New York Times and other outlets. Welcome to the show, Marcus. Thank you. Thanks for having me. It is great to have you. So mister morale and the big steppers is Kendrick Lamar's 5th studio album it follows not only damn from 2017, but also modern classics like 20 12s good kid mad city and 20 15s to pimp a butterfly in 2018 Kendrick Lamar produced and curated the soundtrack to Black Panther and also made his acting debut in the TV drama power, but his output slowed down for a few years after that. In 2021, he did appear on guest raps with his cousin, the rapper baby keem, and he performed it this year's Super Bowl halftime show. He recently released a single called the heart part 5 of that song does not appear on mister morale in the big steppers, which came out this past Friday. The new album is a thorny 73 minute epic. It features guest performances by everyone from baby keem and ghostface killah to the singer summer walker, portis heads, Beth gibbons, and the actor Taylor page. It's Kendrick Lamar's final album for his longtime label top dog entertainment, so it feels like the closing chapter in a book he's been writing for the last decade or so Christina before we delve too deeply into this record. Let's start with your general thoughts and takeaways. What did you think of mister morale on the big steppers? I think thorny is a really good way to describe it. You know, coming out of my first listen, I immediately wanted to peg this as his most polarizing, if not most antagonistic album yet. I think the second and third time that I've heard it, my views have softened slightly I've become a bit more sympathetic towards it, but I would say that this is maybe his most uneven album. I totally agree with that. Like I've been telling friends all weekend. I understand that I've listened to way more Kindred than probably anybody else has. So my ears are probably a little washed out. But at the same time, it's pretty uneven. It's sort of messy at times, a Ted incoherent, and I feel like there are certain parts of it where sort of reaching for controversy. Nobody moves the needle like Kendrick, and he's amassed such goodwill that he's probably the only person who can influence people to even sort of shift our thoughts on culture on cancel culture. But at the same time, I feel like there were certain instances on the record where you still can't give him a pass for certain things he was trying to do. So if I were to be completely honest, I think the record is good, but I didn't fall out over it like I did other records. Yeah, I think I came down roughly the way you guys did. There was a great tweet over the weekend from my brilliant colleague Sidney Madden, where she wrote on Twitter. How is it possible for one album to make you feel like you're in a sound bath and on a minefield all at once? That really summed up a lot of it for me. There is an exhilarating quality to this record. He is rapping a mile a minute. He is stuffing a thousand thoughts into every bar. Your mind is just racing through this record, and at the same time, he's dropping like these pearls of wisdom and then these turds. And they're just all commingled. And so even stopping and kind of taking it all in in one listen, is a challenge. I found there were songs on this record, I really loved. I loved mister morale,.

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Cavs rout short-handed Jazz to improve to 3-1 on 6-game trip

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00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Cavs rout short-handed Jazz to improve to 3-1 on 6-game trip

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Klay Thompson has 17 points in return, Warriors beat Cavs

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00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Klay Thompson has 17 points in return, Warriors beat Cavs

"After after missing missing two two and and a a half half years years to to recover recover from from a a torn torn left left ACL ACL in in game game six six of of the the twenty twenty nineteen nineteen NBA NBA finals finals Klay Klay Thompson Thompson made made his his return return as as the the warriors warriors beat beat the the Cavaliers Cavaliers ninety ninety six six eighty eighty two two he he scored scored seventeen seventeen points points on on seven seven of of eighteen eighteen from from the the floor floor and and three three of of eight eight from from three three point point range range the the highlight highlight of of the the game game with with an an emphatic emphatic dunk dunk over over to to Cleveland Cleveland offenders offenders late late in in the the second second quarter quarter I'm I'm just just so so happy happy I I could could even even look look at at the the stat stat sheet sheet and and see see my my name name there there and and see see the the shot shot my my shot shot attempts attempts makes makes all all the the steps steps that's that's again again in in mice mice to to that's that's no no good good but but at at least least I'm I'm here here because because the the working working took took to to get get here here is is it it was was incredible incredible Stephan Stephan curry curry led led all all scorers scorers with with twenty twenty eight eight points points the the cavs cavs have have lost lost five five of of their their last last seven seven games games Lamar Lamar Stevens Stevens with with seventeen seventeen points points and and rajon rajon rondo rondo added added fifteen fifteen off off the the bench bench Riley Riley Aung Aung San San Francisco Francisco

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Packers clinch division after Ravens' 2-point try fails

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Packers clinch division after Ravens' 2-point try fails

"Aaron Aaron Rodgers Rodgers threw threw three three touchdown touchdown passes passes tying tying Brett Brett farb farb on on green green bay's bay's all all time time career career list list as as the the Packers Packers beat beat the the ravens ravens thirty thirty one one thirty thirty to to clinch clinch the the NFC NFC north north title title Rogers Rogers at at the the Mante Mante Adams Adams marquis marquis Valdes Valdes scantling scantling and and Erin Erin Jones Jones with with scoring scoring strikes strikes Jones Jones says says the the division division title title is is just just the the start start for for this this team team our our first first good good elsewhere elsewhere stars stars stars stars with with the the north north and and now now now now we'd we'd like like you you said said I I got got a a bigger bigger fish fish to to fry fry got got to to continue continue to to put put in in the the work work take take it it one one game game at at a a time time and and I I will will get get there there AJ AJ Dillon Dillon had had a a two two yard yard touchdown touchdown run run Tyler Tyler Huntley Huntley threw threw two two touchdown touchdown passes passes in in place place of of the the injured injured Lamar Lamar Jackson Jackson both both to to mark mark Andrews Andrews he he scored scored from from eight eight yards yards out out with with forty forty two two seconds seconds to to go go but but this this pass pass for for a a two two point point conversion conversion was was incomplete incomplete Craig Craig heist heist Baltimore Baltimore

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Jeff Jeff in in coal coal block block another another day day another another milestone milestone for for Tom Tom Brady Brady and and the the Buccaneers Buccaneers thriller thriller against against the the bills bills correspondent correspondent Tom Tom Akins Akins reports reports Tampa Tampa Bay Bay came came up up with with the the game's game's biggest biggest play play in in overtime overtime to to defeat defeat buffalo buffalo thirty thirty three three to to twenty twenty seven seven Brady Brady had had prashad prashad Perriman Perriman for for fifty fifty eight eight yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass to to grab grab the the win win it it was was the the seven seven hundred hundred such such on on passing passing Brady's Brady's regular regular season season and and postseason postseason career career it's it's just just amazing amazing to to have have so so many many people people share share and and all all those those great great accomplishment accomplishment said said obviously obviously to to me me I I feel feel like like they're they're all all team team awards awards elsewhere elsewhere in in the the NFL NFL the the Broncos Broncos honor honor the the memory memory of of late late wide wide receiver receiver Demaryius Demaryius Thomas Thomas with with tributes tributes decals decals and and a a thirty thirty eight eight to to ten ten win win over over the the lions lions ravens ravens quarterback quarterback Lamar Lamar Jackson Jackson suffered suffered a a right right ankle ankle sprain sprain in in Baltimore's Baltimore's twenty twenty four four to to twenty twenty two two lost lost to to the the rival rival Browns Browns Jimmy Jimmy Garoppolo's Garoppolo's twelve twelve yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass to to Brandon Brandon are are you you cliff cliff did did the the forty forty Niners Niners over over the the Bengals Bengals twenty twenty six six to to twenty twenty three three you you know know to to seek seek those those calm calm feeling feeling on on the the sideline sideline you you get get can can you you kind kind of of feel feel the the presence presence of of everyone everyone and and never never was was you you know know I'm I'm ready ready for for that that moment moment the the cowboys cowboys held held off off Washington Washington twenty twenty seven seven to to twenty twenty the the chiefs chiefs what what the the raiders raiders forty forty eight eight to to nine nine and and the the Packers Packers brushed brushed off off the the bears bears forty forty five five to to thirty thirty other other Sunday Sunday winners winners included included the the Titans Titans saints saints falcons falcons Seahawks Seahawks and and Chargers Chargers in in the the NBA NBA Kevin Kevin Durant Durant exploded exploded for for fifty fifty one one points points on on sixteen sixteen of of thirty thirty one one shooting shooting and and added added nine nine assists assists and and seven seven rebounds rebounds and and then then that's that's one one sixteen sixteen one one oh oh four four win win over over the the pistons pistons that's that's a a lot lot of of shots shots to to get get up up close close to to average average thirty thirty through through roles roles were were season season that's that's about about it it Johnson Johnson I I want want to to be be able able to to do do everything everything not not just just focus focus on on offense offense be be honest honest identical identical Paul Paul had had twenty twenty points points eleven eleven assists assists and and ten ten rebounds rebounds to to carry carry the the bucs bucs past past the the next next one one twelve twelve ninety ninety seven seven college college basketball basketball number number one one produced produced by by once once back back to to beat beat NC NC state state eighty eighty two two to to seventy seventy two two in in overtime overtime second second ranked ranked Baylor Baylor is is poised poised to to take take over over the the top top spot spot after after it it handled handled six six ranked ranked Villanova Villanova fifty fifty seven seven thirty thirty six six in in the the NHL NHL the the ducks ducks top top the the blues blues three three to to two two one one Troy Troy Terry's Terry's penalty penalty shot shot in in O. O. T. T. yes yes in in Coolbaugh Coolbaugh A. A. P. P. sports sports

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Mayfield, Browns survive Ravens rally without QB Jackson

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Mayfield, Browns survive Ravens rally without QB Jackson

"The the Browns Browns are are very very much much in in the the AFC AFC north north race race after after a a twenty twenty four four twenty twenty two two win win over over the the ravens ravens Baker Baker Mayfield Mayfield threw threw for for two two touchdowns touchdowns and and Myles Myles Garrett Garrett returned returned a a fumble fumble thirty thirty seven seven yards yards for for his his first first NFL NFL touchdown touchdown of of the the committee committee Bob Bob and and I I was was like like hell hell I'm I'm getting getting ready ready to to block block and and then then balls balls on on the the ground ground was was going going for for down down I'll I'll take take it it Garrett Garrett also also recorded recorded his his fifteenth fifteenth sack sack to to set set a a team team record record the the ravens ravens played played much much of of the the game game without without Lamar Lamar Jackson Jackson because because of of an an ankle ankle injury injury they they rallied rallied from from a a twenty twenty four four three three deficit deficit under under quarterback quarterback Tyler Tyler Huntley Huntley before before falling falling to to eight eight and and five five mark mark Andrews Andrews had had eleven eleven catches catches for for one one hundred hundred fifteen fifteen yards yards breaking breaking the the team team record record for for receiving receiving yards yards by by a a tight tight end end the the Browns Browns are are seven seven and and six six I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Steelers turn away Ravens 20-19 after failed 2-point attempt

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Steelers turn away Ravens 20-19 after failed 2-point attempt

"Steelers Steelers quarterback quarterback Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger pass pass for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty six six yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns in in orchestrated orchestrated but but held held up up to to be be a a late late game game winning winning drive drive and and then then dispersed dispersed defense defense fended fended off off a a go go ahead ahead two two point point conversion conversion attempt attempt with with sixteen sixteen seconds seconds to to go go to to beat beat rival rival Baltimore Baltimore twenty twenty to to nineteen nineteen the the win win was was a a needed needed one one for for the the six six five five and and one one Steelers Steelers and and Roethlisberger Roethlisberger who who lost lost to to Cincinnati Cincinnati by by thirty thirty one one points points a a week week ago ago Dante Dante Johnson Johnson caught caught eight eight passes passes for for one one hundred hundred five five yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns for for Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Lamar Lamar Jackson Jackson passed passed for for two two hundred hundred fifty fifty three three yards yards a a touchdown touchdown and and a a pick pick but but was was sacked sacked seven seven times times the the ravens ravens are are now now even even for for Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Pittsburgh Pittsburgh

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Freeman TD lifts Ravens over Bears with Jackson sidelined

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Freeman TD lifts Ravens over Bears with Jackson sidelined

"Devontae Freeman three yard touchdown run with just twenty two seconds left in regulation gave the ravens a sixteen thirteen victory over the bears Freeman's touchdown followed the bears taking the lead with one forty one to go with Andy Dalton connecting with marquise Goodwin on a forty nine yard score on a fourth and eleven play Lamar Jackson missed Sunday's game out with a non covert illness with Tyler Huntley filling in going twenty six for thirty six for two hundred nineteen yards and one interception Huntley talks about filling in for Jackson I'm thinking he's going play regardless of it he can he can be breaking out a sweat I feel like you don't play but today it is a different circumstances that happened today Justin fields started for the bears but left with a rib injury Dalton stepped in with two aerial scores but the bears have now lost five in a row David Shuster Chicago

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A stunner: Miami wins 2nd straight, tops Ravens 22-10

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00:41 sec | 6 months ago

A stunner: Miami wins 2nd straight, tops Ravens 22-10

"To a ton of I. lo it came off the bench and capped his night with a one yard sneak for a score with two nineteen left securing the dolphins twenty two ten victory over the ravens Tagovailoa threw for one hundred fifty eight yards in relief of Jacoby Brissette who left in the third quarter with an injured right knee next man up you know that's that's happening we are we will prepare everybody we can we can make sure that we're up here in case somebody goes down that's what happened that's what works Xavien Howard forced a fumble and returned it forty nine yards for a touchdown in the victory Lamar Jackson completed twenty six of forty three passes for two hundred thirty eight yards and a touchdown for the six and three ravens who ended an NFL record run of fifty one straight regular season games with at least fourteen points I'm Dave Ferrie

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Tucker's overtime kick gives Ravens 34-31 win over Vikings

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Tucker's overtime kick gives Ravens 34-31 win over Vikings

"Justin Tucker's thirty six yard field goal with nineteen seconds left in overtime gave the ravens a thirty four thirty one win over the Vikings to move to six and two on the year the ravens rally from fourteen points down and took the lead when living on bill scored from a yard out what Kirk cousins hit Adam Phelan with a one yard scoring pass to tie the game Lamar Jackson threw for two hundred sixty six yards and three scores it's the third time this year he has come from double digit deficits to win a game I rather not be facing bomb but I think that we we fight as you know we we believe in each other you know we got for you know we were just talking about that enough you got to keep going hopefully will be no more overtime games cousins threw two touchdown passes but the Vikings fall to three and five Craig heist Baltimore

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Burrow, Chase lead way as Bengals speed past Ravens 41-17

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Burrow, Chase lead way as Bengals speed past Ravens 41-17

"Joe burrow threw for four hundred sixteen yards and three touchdowns and rookie wideout jamarr chase caught eight balls for two hundred one yards and a touchdown as the Bengals beat the ravens forty one seventeen where hit tight end CJ use alma with touchdown passes of fifty five and thirty two yards chase went eighty two yards on the slant pattern after breaking two tackles that Asapov myself open up those stats two hundred and one yards something you dream about you know going to game action telling yourself about Lamar Jackson threw for two hundred fifty seven yards and the score he also rushed for eighty eight yards but the bangles defense sacked him five times the Bengals move into a first place tie with the ravens at five and two in the AFC north Craig heist Baltimore

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"lamar" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"lamar" Discussed on The Lead

"The ravens plan to do before the season even began? Yeah, that's a great question. And I do think it's a combination of things. This is a team that's lost in the divisional round two years in a row. And they have not been able to make enough plays downfield to win in the playoffs. Things get tighter and teams honing on your weaknesses and take away a little of the run. They've not been able to get it done. They worked all off season on trying to become a more dangerous offense downfield that was not just the coaches. It was Lamar and the receivers and all that. And they knew they were going to have to be that offense. And that's what they've been working on. So we're seeing some of the results. But yeah, like you said, a lot of it's been necessity. I mean, they just haven't been able to control games with the running games like they have in the past. So I think in a sense, what we've seen now is a good sign that they've been able to win when people have taken away what they've done in the best. So, you know, if you're looking for a silver lining for them, not running the ball that well. They've been able to put this new passing game to the test. And as of now, it's past all the tests. While a passing game that really stood out and the next game that we want to talk about was Jackson's epic comeback performance against the colts and week 5, one of the criticisms that come up the most with Lamar Jackson is that he can't bring his team back from behind, and he obviously did that in the colts game. What do you think has been the difference for him in situations where he has to dig his team out of a hole like that? Yeah, and he has three comebacks in the fourth quarter of this year and that's something everyone said he couldn't do. You know, I think the improved personnel around him, their improvements that they're receiving core has really been a significant reason for that. Jackson for duvernay to catch in the first down gain of 15. This is a formation they love to get in three by one and you're gonna see the number three receiver just runs a crossing route and this is something you'll see. Marquise Brown run these routes, you'll see duvernay run it and duvernay has started to pick up his face. Nice throwing catch. You know, they went three receivers throughout that game down the stretch against the colts because they need to score quickly and that never was kind of a formation that they used to use because they were running team and they didn't really have the strength with the receivers to do that. Their ability to do that and put more talented receivers on the field has made them a more dangerous team down the stretch of games. Lamar loads up for Marquise Brown. Makes it look easy for 43 Greece. They go right over bothe keys for the touchdown. First, but you know, the biggest part is he's just in control of this entire offense. He's much more comfortable in those situations. He's confident in himself. And he is mechanics are better. It allows them to put the ball more places that could result in the ravens making big plays downfield. Lamar steps and throws finds Brown in a seam and he's down at the 12th game of 20. I think it's just natural and athletics until you start doing it on the consistent basis and bring the team back and you have proof of that. I think that's when people really start believing and you kind of take it a step further with the respect people have for you.

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 Ravens shut down Herbert, Chargers in 34-6 victory

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Ravens shut down Herbert, Chargers in 34-6 victory

"Lamar Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the defense shut down Justin Herbert as the ravens beat up on the Chargers thirty four to six each of Baltimore's three veteran running backs Latavius Murray levy on bell and Avantor Freeman scored touchdowns the defense held the Chargers to just two hundred eight total yards impressing Jackson awesome everyday going on in the final round of stuff like that it was tremendous to watch those guys do what they do well we all know they can do we've got to keep you know offices especially Jackson hit mark Andrews with a touchdown pass from nine yards out Herbert finished with a touchdown pass but only one hundred ninety five yards through the air Craig

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2 employees killed in shooting at Memphis postal facility

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

2 employees killed in shooting at Memphis postal facility

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a shooting at a postal facility in Tennessee leaves three employees dead authorities say three US postal service workers are dead after a shooting at a postal facility in Memphis Tennessee an FBI spokeswoman says two US postal service workers were fatally shot by a third employee who died from a self inflicted gunshot no motive was immediately released by authorities the shooting occurred in the east Lamar carrier annex in the historic orange mountain neighborhood it was the third high profile shooting in or near Memphis in recent weeks on September twenty third the franchise owner of a sushi counter inside a Kroger grocery store fatally shot one person and wounded fourteen others before killing himself a week later a teenage boy was shot and critically wounded at a Memphis school and police detained a second boy believed to be the shooter hi

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"lamar" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast

NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"lamar" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast

"Thanks again to our patrons for supporting this podcast because of your support listeners. Around the world get creepy tales in their ears every other week if you want news stories every week the only way for that to happen is to join the night light legion by going to patriot dot com slash night light pod and supporting this podcast. You can also make a one time donation via paypal at pay pal dot me slash nightlife podcast. If you're unable to support us financially of mouth is the next best way to help. Give us a shout on online on twitter or instagram. at night. light pod or like us on facebook at night light pod reviews are also a huge help so be sure to leave a few kind words on your podcast platform of choice audio production for this week's episode by jin zinc and to thank you for listening until the very end. We have a creepy fact for you. You've probably heard of jim. Jones and his congregation called the people's temple. And how more than nine hundred people died. During the colts mass suicide slash murderer event followers either had to drink cyanide-laced kool-aid or they were murdered with injected poison. But what you may not know. Is that jim. Jones was actually a civil rights activist in indianapolis and was instrumental in the integration of the city in the forties and fifties. We'll be back later this week with an interview. With lamar and remember. Join us next week for a brand new story..

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 Jackson leads Ravens back to 31-25 OT win over Colts

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Jackson leads Ravens back to 31-25 OT win over Colts

"Lamar Jackson hit marquise brown for a five yard touchdown in overtime sending the ravens past the colts thirty one twenty five it was the fourth TD pass of the night for Jackson who is thirty seven of forty three for four hundred forty two yards are your initiatives only knowledges lot there you know I'm just calm everything was moving slow you know and I was just taking a player at a time and that's what it was brown and mark Andrews each caught two TD passes as the AFC north leaders approved a foreign one Baltimore trail twenty five nine in the fourth quarter before scoring two touchdowns blocking a field goal and watching right regal Blankenship missed a forty one yard kick in the final minute of regulation Carson Wentz completed twenty five of his thirty five passes for four hundred two yards and two scores for the wanted for colts I'm

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Ravens knock Broncos from unbeaten ranks with 23-7 rout

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Ravens knock Broncos from unbeaten ranks with 23-7 rout

"The ravens were in control throughout in a twenty three to seven victory over Denver both teams are three and one when Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson so the Broncos committed to stopping the run he took advantage completing twenty two of thirty seven passes for three hundred sixteen yards and a touchdown watch the the alarm back is actually you know he really gave away how close they is on we had a lot of scrimmage the linebackers right behind the defence Alonso is like you know they want to stop Iran and watched a film over and over again but I would have to be when you type a passage dis P. calls and we did end up I have success the Broncos not only lost their first game in four starts but quarterback teddy Bridgewater didn't return after being evaluated for a concussion at halftime Bruce Morton Denver

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Dre, Snoop, Eminem, Blige, Lamar to perform at Super Bowl

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00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Dre, Snoop, Eminem, Blige, Lamar to perform at Super Bowl

"The orders for the Super Bowl halftime show have been named thank top heavy production at this year's Superbowl halftime show that's because the NFL and roc nation say the line up will include some heavy use in the hip hop world with doctor dray Snoop Dogg Eminem and Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar all performing at the game which will be held at so five stadium in Inglewood California that's a shout out for Snoop gray and Lamar all of whom are California natives in a statement dresses during the Superbowl halftime show and to do it in his own backyard no less will be one of the biggest throws of his career the Superbowl returns to the Los Angeles area for the first time since nineteen ninety three I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Tucker's NFL-record FG lifts Ravens to 19-17 win over Lions

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Tucker's NFL-record FG lifts Ravens to 19-17 win over Lions

"Justin Tucker set an NFL record with a sixty six yard field goal now to get past the crossbar as time expired to give the ravens a nineteen seventeen win over the alliance after Baltimore wasted a sixteen seven fourth quarter lead Lamar Jackson threw a thirty six yard pass to Sammy Watkins on fourth in nineteen getting the ravens across midfield with seven seconds left Jackson was sixteen of thirty one for a season high two hundred eighty seven yards with a touchdown and an interception Detroit's Jared Goff was twenty two of thirty for two hundred seventeen yards I'm Dave Ferrie

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"lamar" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

06:39 min | 8 months ago

"lamar" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"What was the most impressive win or performance of week too quickly before we get into some of these guys because the phone lines are blowing up last night's game between mahomes and lamar jackson. Lamar jackson finally gets the best of mahomes. After four tries he gets a dub what was your biggest takeaway from last night just the way. Lamar play beating the cassie cheese late in the fourth quarter. Obviously the drive. Is i like to call it and just just holly play. You know everybody's talking about they win in their short handed or came into the game shorthanded and you know for the most part. Kansas city was at full strength and they still came out on. The w i walked away thinking. How long is this type of play by. Lamar jackson sustainable right considering all the pieces that they're missing what fifteen players and the i. R. marcus peters secondary a lot of issues. You got the tavis. Murray gal out of guys. They're just sign onto the team. I give them a ton of credit. But how long is that type of play by lamar. Jackson sustainable is legit question to ask yourself if you're ravens fan. Well i feel like we've been asking that question. It seems like it's been sustainable right like year after year for for the raven. I don't have no problem with his style of play right anytime. You can account for three hundred fifty total yards of offense. I would like to take two interceptions back but the you that is what it is but you account for the yardage plus three touchdowns to air one on the ground if you if i if i gave those same numbers as passing statistics people with jump for joy. But when you start putting it together run gang pass game. That's what baltimore wants to do. They should still be jumping for joy. Because that is dynamic when you can have a playmaker being able to deliver the football where a jump. Passer not to be able to do that. Did run the ball like running back wide receivers last combo if you don't want that if you don't like that you like ice cream i'm not hating on it. I like watching the mark jackson play. I mean. I do know last night watching chris jones and no one christians. He got moved to the outside. They were picking on him left in right. They were abusing that. But my only question is there's a difference between latavius murray or jacob dobbins so can those guys sustain that type of play and if they can't sustain that type of play then you need lamar to do even more. That's my only concern. He was doing the most last night but the ravens still a one point. Narrow victory still victory over the kansas city chiefs. Speaking of a narrow victory the cowboys had one of those yesterday over the chargers. So we told you about a road team that won. That felt like it was a home game. The cowboys survived at the chargers. La but key. Why did it feel like that. Game was played in texas and not la because the support system for the chargers. It's not an la. They should still be in san diego and when you think about it and you probably don't know your shape but i'm bringing up to speed on it in terms of pro football. The raiders of the number one team in los angeles in terms of pro football and then. The dallas cowboys. A sly right in there too. So it's a lot of dallas travels will regardless right but it's on the west coast the dallas cowboys got an unlock with the raiders. Then the rams then the chargers but us is ahead of them as well. So it's like that's why you see that. Yeah that is surprising to me. I i knew cowboys fan traveled while. Obviously they're called america's team. For a reason i feel like they're scattered all over the us. But i had no idea that they were behind even their hometown team or have i should say their hometown team. Look lot of issues for the cowboys. Okay there are but at the end of the day. They figured out a way to win. It was a fifty six yard field goal by greg's or line to win it and so. Here's mike mccarthy on what happened and the clock management that was a little questionable at the end of the game. Clock just to the end was was different. I've never had a clock off the board on me like that. So you know the second down. You know we're we're trying to chip away and just get shorter shorter phil goal and so we were. We were at an attempt to a third play kicking on fourth was the timeframe. We're seventeen seconds. I think so. We're right on the threshold. We get into these two minute drills freshfields one minute thirty seconds. Seventeen seconds so we're right at the threshold of our operation. You one of our players came off. That shouldn't come off. And just communication air so then we're just gonna run it down but the the clock. I was watching one off the board and then the clock. Helen had at these at a camera. Camera got so. The communication was great from top. And you know obviously you wanna you wanna call that time off between three three and four second. What is good as long as they had some sort of communication. They didn't get the necessarily you know you got two different clocks in. But they were able to communicate to get in a position to kick a field goal. It wasn't a complete disaster. But it's the dallas cowboys. Is mike mccarthy. So that's what's going to happen. We're going to decide. Dissect clock management at the end of a game when clearly. He just gave us the reasoning behind. Why they would have such a difficult situation. Then i feel like two teams yesterday. Just really shot themselves in the foot with penalties talking about seattle meet so many penalties and you talk about the chargers to i mean it toll penalties for ninety nine yards. Even touch touchdown by justin herber was a holding penalty. Things like that. Allow teams like dallas to win these games. I give greg's orland a lot of credit and missed field goals week one left a lot of points on the board for them to lose that game that people felt like they should have won her to make a fifty six yard field. The closer greg. Delay came through one of the things that the cowboys needed to do shea. Going into this game figure out their run game. They got about two hundred plus yards in the run game. Maybe it wasn't all sikio elliott's almost one hundred plus from parlor but when you combine that together you win a lot of games if you rush for two over two hundred yards in a game. Can i just say this and you obviously played in the league. I did not your professional athlete. I was not but tony. Pollard looked like the better back yesterday. As opposed to ezekiel elliott. Like he was more explosive age like he looks like the premier back. Not ezekiel elliott. In this game. I think it's what they're as a course of the season goes on. You'll see a somewhat of two headed monster backfield. You saw it in week. One against the tampa. Bay buccaneers him in polar. You saw it in week. Two against the chargers you'll see it continue to evolve in then when it when it gets down to it. Compla- all time zeke..

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"lamar" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

06:39 min | 8 months ago

"lamar" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"What was the most impressive win or performance of week too quickly before we get into some of these guys because the phone lines are blowing up last night's game between mahomes and lamar jackson. Lamar jackson finally gets the best of mahomes. After four tries he gets a dub what was your biggest takeaway from last night just the way. Lamar play beating the cassie cheese late in the fourth quarter. Obviously the drive. Is i like to call it and just just holly play. You know everybody's talking about they win in their short handed or came into the game shorthanded and you know for the most part. Kansas city was at full strength and they still came out on. The w i walked away thinking. How long is this type of play by. Lamar jackson sustainable right considering all the pieces that they're missing what fifteen players and the i. R. marcus peters secondary a lot of issues. You got the tavis. Murray gal out of guys. They're just of signed onto the team. I give them a ton of credit. But how long is that type of play by lamar. Jackson sustainable is legit question to ask yourself if you're ravens fan. Well i feel like we've been asking that question. It seems like it's been sustainable right like year after year for for the raven. I don't have no problem with his style of play right anytime. You can account for three hundred fifty total yards of offense. I would like to take two interceptions back but the you that is what it is but you account for the yardage plus three touchdowns to air one on the ground if you if i if i gave those same numbers as passing statistics people with jump for joy. But when you start putting it together run gang pass game. That's what baltimore wants to do. They should still be jumping for joy. Because that is dynamic when you can have a playmaker being able to deliver the football where a jump. Passer not to be able to do that. Did run the ball like running back wide receivers last combo if you don't want that if you don't like that you like ice cream i'm not hating on it. I like watching the mark jackson play. I mean. I do know last night watching chris jones and no one christians. I know he got moved to the outside. They were picking on him left in right. They were abusing that. But my only question is there's a difference between latavius murray or jacob dobbins so can those guys sustain that type of play and if they can't sustain that type of play then you need lamar to do even more. That's my only concern. He was doing the most last night but the ravens still a one point. Narrow victory still victory over the kansas city chiefs. Speaking of a narrow victory the cowboys had one of those yesterday over the chargers. So we told you about a road team that won. That felt like it was a home game. The cowboys survived at the chargers. La but key. Why did it feel like that. Game was played in texas and not la because the support system for the chargers. It's not an la. They should still be in san diego and when you think about it and you probably don't know your shape but i'm bringing up to speed on it in terms of pro football. The raiders of the number one team in los angeles in terms of pro football and then. The dallas cowboys. A sly right in there too. So it's a lot of dallas travels will regardless right but it's on the west coast the dallas cowboys got an unlock with the raiders. Then the rams then the chargers but us is ahead of them as well. So it's like that's why you see that. Yeah that is surprising to me. I i knew cowboys fan traveled while. Obviously they're called america's team. For a reason i feel like they're scattered all over the us. But i had no idea that they were behind even their hometown team or have i should say their hometown team. Look lot of issues for the cowboys. Okay there are but at the end of the day. They figured out a way to win. It was a fifty six yard field goal by greg's or line to win it and so. Here's mike mccarthy on what happened and the clock management that was a little questionable at the end of the game. Clock just to the end was was different. I've never had a clock off the board on me like that. So you know the second down. You know we're we're trying to chip away and just get shorter shorter phil goal and so we were. We were at an attempt to a third play kicking on fourth was the timeframe. We're seventeen seconds. I think so. We're right on the threshold. We get into these two minute drills freshfields one minute thirty seconds. Seventeen seconds so we're right at the threshold of our operation know. One of our players came off. That shouldn't come off. And just communication air so then we're just gonna run it down but the the clock. I was watching one off the board and then the clock kellen had at these at a camera camera got so the communication was great from top. And you know obviously you wanna you wanna call that time off between three three and four second. What is good as long as they had some sort of communication. They didn't get the necessarily you know you got two different clocks in. But they were able to communicate to get in a position to kick a field goal. It wasn't a complete disaster. But it's the dallas cowboys. Is mike mccarthy. So that's what's going to happen. We're going to decide. Dissect clock management at the end of a game when clearly. He just gave us the reasoning behind. Why they would have such a difficult situation. Then i feel like two teams yesterday. Just really shot themselves in the foot with penalties talking about seattle meet so many penalties and you talk about the chargers to i mean it toll penalties for ninety nine yards. Even touch touchdown by justin herber was a holding penalty. Things like that. Allow teams like dallas to win these games. I give greg's orland a lot of credit and missed field goals week one left a lot of points on the board for them to lose that game that people felt like they should have won her to make fifty six yard field. The closer greg. Delay came through one of the things that the cowboys needed to do shea. Going into this game figure out their run game. They got about two hundred plus yards in the run game. Maybe it wasn't all sikio elliott's almost one hundred plus from parlor but when you combine that together you win a lot of games if you rush for two over two hundred yards in a game. Can i just say this and you obviously played in the league. I did not your professional athlete. I was not but tony. Pollard looked like the better back yesterday. As opposed to ezekiel elliott. Like he was more explosive like he. Looks like the premier back. Not ezekiel elliott. In this game. I think it's what they're as a course of the season goes on. You'll see a somewhat of two headed monster backfield. You saw it in week. One against the tampa. Bay buccaneers him in polar. You saw it in week. Two against the chargers you'll see it continue to evolve in then when it when it gets down to it. Compla- all time zeke..

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"lamar" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"lamar" Discussed on Get Up!

"Watched them are being credible with his performances. This game started ugly word tax. And i'm going. He's trying to do too much to interceptions in the first quarter pick six but his ability to stay in the game and understand. I gotta get this game to the fourth quarter. He settles down a little bit starts delivering the ball and then he gets the game into the fourth quarter and then when it's necessity to be superman. These able was yeah. I think that's something that stands out to me is. There's not a lot of quarterbacks that when you need them to be superman they can. Do you know what. I'm saying like a lot of guys understand. It's the moment only cooking greenie. Dan mentioned the critiques of lamar jackson. Right what what was. What was it after his rookie season. You can't win. A playoff game had to win the playoff game. Now it's like well. You can't beat the kansas city chiefs. Why because the kansas city have a quarterback who we feels like does quarterback in the way you're supposed to quarterback right which is about football so lamar jackson has done that he's checking off these imaginary checkpoints that we are giving him but this is the worst team he ever played. Kansas city. Cheese with this is the worst roster even raises. What the worst roster he's ever had and he wanted to get and with iran wrecks and. Dan says he's trying to do too much. My reaction is he be forgiven for that. Because i don't think there's a player in the nfl whose team needs him to do more than the ravens need lamar to do in order to win. You agree with that absolutely when you look at it right here. This team has been able to win on defense but right now with the injuries they got there not being kansas city with that deepens won't so some opponents that.

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Panthers' Matt Rhule Is Making a Bid for Best NFL Coach This Season

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Panthers' Matt Rhule Is Making a Bid for Best NFL Coach This Season

"I wanna talk about the best young coach football. And it's not necessarily sean mcveigh. It's clear that it's not only an indictment on the new york jets operation. But what you're seeing was sam darnold in the carolina. Panthers is pretty remarkable the knock on darnold out of college there to know with too comfortable wins but the knock on darnold out of college and i watched every snap was his accuracy issues. What does he completing now. Seventy percent of his throws. He doesn't make mistakes total composure. It would be easy to just say. This is an indictment on the jets but instead of just the negative side. Let's look realistically at the positive side. Not only has met rule made darnold more comfortable. This defense has twenty one quarterback hits and ten sacks in two games. What does that tell you. The culture of the carolina. Panthers is headed in the right direction. It also tells you. This is a remarkable stat on matt rule. The coach carolina going back to the beginning of last year. You will not believe this. Carolina leads the nfl with the fewest. Three and outs that with teddy bridgewater and start with. Sam darnold. nothing about that not mahomes. Not lamar jackson. Not tom brady. Not derek carr not matt ryan not russell wilson not aaron rodgers. No the fewest three and outs matt rule. Teddy bridgewater and sam darnold but this is a offensive line. That outside of right tackle graded poorly left. Tackle all the way to right guard. What matt rule is doing with this sub optimal often. It's of line. The scarce number of three out the revamping rebooting of sam darnold is really mind-blowing

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Lamar Jackson Finally Leads Ravens Over Chiefs 36-35

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Lamar Jackson Finally Leads Ravens Over Chiefs 36-35

"Lamar Jackson rushed for two short touchdown runs in the fourth quarter in the ravens defense recovered a Clyde Edwards Allaire fumble late as they hung on to beat the chiefs thirty six thirty five Jackson rushed for a hundred and seven yards on sixteen carries he threw a touchdown pass but was intercepted twice both times by Tyron Matthew who took one thirty four yards for a score look at crazy when I like I said to to pick first quarter one for basic is like already might lose again you know but we we had only known to stay focused on my team like I said it's the women's bathroom homes threw for three hundred forty three yards and three touchdowns and had a costly interception Travis Kelsey caught seven passes for a hundred nine yards and a touchdown on marquise brown hauled in six balls four hundred and thirteen yards and a score Craig heist Baltimore

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"lamar" Discussed on First Take

First Take

07:53 min | 10 months ago

"lamar" Discussed on First Take

"We're at number four. Mr smith has matthew stafford mr kellerman going with lamar jackson. So let's focus on action jackson who has an mvp. But it's one in three in those playoff max. How important is it for lamar to lead the ravens. On a deep playoff run this season he's got to do is look lamar jackson league. Mvp unanimously voted league mvp but he was unable to win the big one. And i mean the big one against the steelers. The big one against the chiefs. The big one in the playoffs. He just wasn't able he wasn't his normal great self in those situations and then finally he actually lo and behold won a playoff game but then ran into the buffalo bills and badly beating the titans. No small thing then ran into the buffalo bills who have a guy who can throw the ball down field accurate in josh. And when you look at what. Lamar jackson has stephen eight. He's got a defense. They went out and got them help to the receiving situation they brought in sammy watkins. They drafted rashad bateman. He has more dynamic receivers to throw the ball to now and now he's won a playoff game. So i would say lamar jackson who's done incredible things in the nfl. Since he's gotten to the nfl you want to see improvement. Year-over-year won the playoff game. When you say deep playoff run molly that's two wins if you win two games. You're on a deep playoff run. I think that's what the bar is. Now lamar jackson is not a normal football player on an okay team. He is on a very strong ravens team especially defensively and he is an outstanding phenomenal football player. Who's already one league. Mvp standards for him or not the same as everyone else. He's gotta make a playoff run. This year max kellerman. Who do you have is the best team in the. Afc chiefs was number two rounds. Maybe the browns to said buffalo buffalo cleveland and lamar jackson performs baltimore. No i'm saying this. I thought you said buffalo. But okay i can buffalo. Let's add the browns because if you got if he was thinking about the browns and number two safe to say you got another three right. Yeah okay okay. So my point to us. If i got three teams. That's better than the baltimore. Ravens my mind. Why am i going to require. Lamar jackson. Make a deep playoff run getting to the playoffs as one thing once you get ear to me. He is with the pressure. Laws on lamar. We can look at the team. Is they lost. Because you can't football because you can't you can't accumulate passing yards or you can do is run. No we can't do that. But if lamar goes out there and he's flinging that football but nobody can stop patrick bone. Nobody can stop josh. Allen stefan digs. Nobody can stop baker. Mayfield would landry. And odell beckham junior chub and kareem hunt in the backfield then. I don't think there's any shame in that. And i'm not saying that that's what you were talking about in terms of shame. I'm just talking about this obligation that everybody wants to throw on. Lamar jackson showed us again. If football is the ultimate teams what. We're gonna look for certain things like for example if you notice member when kansas city came and they beat off houston in the afc divisional playoff game. Houston was up either seventeen and nothing or twenty four and then you got right and and kansas city scored forty one straight. You know what we talking about the next day patrick mahomes and how great he is and how pathetic houston's defense look in trying to stop him. Nobody mentioned a single word about shawn watson because guess what that office for. Kansas city was so potent and so special. We said damn. And i'm not saying that. That was the right position to take. I'm saying we said damn because patrick mahomes and kansas city would just stop. What think were. You're looking at lamar jackson. What you're gonna ask yourself. You don't pay attention to kansas city compared to the cleveland. You're gonna pay attention to buffalo there. We going to look at them and we don't say excuse me ravens fall attendant purposes. Best might be the best team in well. That's what i'm saying stephen. A that's because of the way. Lamar jackson is perceived. If you look at the relative strength of these teams the ravens are excellent defensive team. The ravens by the way had a great rushing attack primarily because of lamar jackson and their scheme and also because a really good offensive line which took a step back and now they've tried to revamp right. They brought in villa nueva. The they did a couple of things and so the lines should be better than it was a last year. And they brought in receivers for lamar jackson. No they don't match up with the chiefs receivers but reshad. Bateman is a very good all around receiver at least in college and people have high hopes for him and sammy. Watkins is a good guy to bring it. He's better than what that had. So i think if lamar jackson takes the next step if we think of him differently. Now you're thinking of the ravens relative strength differently. If you took all the quarterbacks off these teams. I wouldn't look at the bills say boy. They're better than the ravens. But i think that's what you're talking about speaks to our perception shifts where lamar was. Mvp the sky's the limit. And then wait a minute. Can you win the playoffs. Well he can but the offense is dynamic enough. He needs to be a better pocket passer and all that. We're josh allen who's never wanted. Mvp by the way took a step forward in that regard and my point is now lamar's gotta take another step forward because getting bounced in the second round is not good enough for him. He's too talented. The team is too good. I feel what you're saying. All i'm trying to say the used this. He's an electrifying running back. That's why they have you know. Listen back to back. One thousand yard seasons rushing the football as a quarterback. Nobody no quarterback in history has done that the guy who special and we get that but throwing the football they had the very. They're the number one running attack and the very worst dead last passing tang. So what i'm saying is if that's not the case this year if they improve if they improve their passing game but then they run into the playoffs. And lamar jackson throw over three hundred yards and he's completed sixty five percent of his passes. Max but dammit that defense can't stop patrick mahomes and they can't stop odell beckham julian baker mayfield or they can't stop the buffalo bills. I'm just saying that that's not a reason. Look lamar degree. Of course the matter their matter. I'll say this this ain't the houston defense. If you put up forty on the ravens defense. Kim my cat. Dang dang wrong houston was in houston defense when they went up against a whole. We never we never saw houston get shellacked. Like forty one unanswered points. Let me just add to what. If mahomes anyone josh allen anyone puts up thirty forty on answer points on these ravens on this ravens defense. I will simply tip my cap. I don't see that you've already. You've run out of cap to tip about batch mahomes you've done enough. That's you know having caps the tip. Because he does stuff that you just don't see no. I'll wrap it up by saying that's lamar jackson. Qbr dips from seventy one in the regular season. Two forty five in the playoffs. I know it's a small sample but that is a bit concerning. And i also wanna point. We're talking earlier about the odd. So the chiefs have obviously the best odds to win. The afc bennett goes the bills. Then the ravens the ravens also the best odds to win the afc north.

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"lamar" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

Hands Up Don't Shoot

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"lamar" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

"He was able to postpone and stayed on house arrest for almost three years until his trial on march seventh. Two thousand nineteen after the jury had deliberated for about four hours officer. Raja was found guilty. This made him the first officer in florida to be convicted of an off duty shooting in thirty years on april twenty fifth. Two thousand nineteen. He was sentenced to twenty five years in prison. And he is currently incarcerated at the wa- kulik correctional institution in tallahassee florida. Corrie's family filed a civil lawsuit against officer raja and the city of palm beach gardens. An article i read said quote in the lawsuit. The family claims police failed to train. Raja in how to properly conduct an undercover operation. The jones family also says that the department failed to properly supervise russia. The city according to the lawsuit is also accused of being negligent when they hire defendant raisa who had a clear pattern of disciplinary actions for not following orders lawsuit claims the palm beach gardens. Police departments policy manual fails to specify what planes close officers in unmarked cars should do in roadside encounters. The family wants a jury trial and fifteen million dollars in compensatory damages attorney fees and money to recruit loss of earnings medical and funeral expenses and quote. This was initially filed in two thousand sixteen but the family's lawyer thought it would be best if they waited until after officer rogers trial. There haven't been any updates. So i'm assuming covet may have put a damper on their plans as always a let you guys know when i find out more information just a few months ago. This year officer raja's appealed for his sentencing was denied and he will have to continue to serve his prison sentence. He's due to be released in two thousand forty four corey's aunt sheila pinks said quote. We are still suffering from the murder of our beloved corey. our lives will never be the same. This hurt runs deep. We must keep his memory alive and that family was the story of corey. Lamar jones. Thank you so much for listening. You can find me on facebook twitter and instagram by searching for hud spot and he couldn't support the show by going to weimeyer coffee dot com slash pud side remember scout h. e. s. p. o. d. Don't forget to subscribe to make sure you get the latest episodes. And if you don't mind please leave me a five star review. Stay safe.

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"lamar" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

Hands Up Don't Shoot

07:03 min | 10 months ago

"lamar" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

"You podcast. where. I your host ashley. france howell. Tell the stories of black victims of police brutality today. i'll be telling the story of corey. Lamar jones corey. Lamar jones was born on february third. Nineteen eighty four to clinton joan senior and anita banks in palm beach gardens. Florida corey had four siblings. One brother and three sisters. He also had two cousins who are former nfl players. There's vince will fork. Who played for the new england patriots and the houston texans and anquan boldin who played for the arizona cardinals. The baltimore ravens. The san francisco forty niners the detroit lions and the buffalo bills corey attended santa luces community high school where he was on the school football team. After graduating from high school in two thousand and two corey attended the university of akron and akron. Ohio where he double majored in music and business administration. He graduated in two thousand six then returns florida. His mother had been diagnosed with cancer so he returned to be by his mother's side until she passed away that same year after graduation corey worked as a youth mentor for nonprofit organization. Called my brother's keeper. Which is a mentorship program for young men us. Also an inspector and assistant property manager for the delray beach housing authority where he inspected homes and apartments to make sure that they were fit for low. Income families corey served sort of as a liaison between landlords and tenants and subsidized housing. He helped his father with his construction business on fridays and spent a lot of his free time with his older brother who was also a former. Nfl player he was wide receiver clinton. Cj jones junior corps was also a part time drummer for a band called future presidents. he performed his church. The bible church of god in points and beach florida one. Of course friends said that two drummers he knew had their equipment stolen so they chose arm themselves corey then decided to purchase a thirty eight caliber handgun to protect himself and his jump set. The set was a ten thousand dollar gift from his brother. Cj on the night of october eighteenth two thousand fifteen corey and his band performed at johnny mangoes barn grill in jupiter florida on his way home. Corey noticed that his car had begun experiencing problems so one of his bandmates out about the issues and went to a nearby gas station to get some motor oil to put in the car. That effort didn't work so correspondent offered to take him home but corrie denied the right telling his friend that he would just call for a tow truck. Corey also spoke to cj telling him not to come pick him up. He needed his car for church in the morning and he didn't wanna leave it abandoned. He was supposed to be playing his drums at two services. The next day. Corey also called the florida highway patrol hotline to get help as well around three fifteen. An officer newman khan raja. From the palm beach gardens. Police department was supposed to be responding to a call about a disturbance at a nearby hotel at the time he was working in planes close wearing jeans. A t shirt and baseball cap. He was also driving an unmarked van on his way to the hotel officer. Roger saw corey's suv parked on the shoulder of the ramp leading to the hotel officer. Raja thought it was abandoned but corrie was actually inside officer roger acid supervisor if he could check out the vehicle and permission was granted so he drove his van the wrong way up the rant and stopped near corey's suv. He got out of the van and approached corey so by the time he got up the ramp he did see that someone was an suv officer. Raja's supervisor testified that if an officer were two approaches pavilion they should wear police best to ensure that their identity is clear and officer. Roger did not do that. He left his best in the van along with his radio and police gun but he did take his personal gun with him. While officer raja was approaching. Cory cory was on the phone talking to a two truck dispatcher. And they were on a recorded line officer. Roger cleaned that he announced himself as a police officer. But this was found to not be true because the conversation between him and corey could be heard on the phone recording. I'm going to play clip with recording. And when it's done we'll come back. And i'll tell you what i heard. Much the address of the vehicle The pga Downtown ninety five ninety five. I ninety five exit of easy Is there any Right southbound down is there any buildings landmarks. Anything like that. That i could use the point. Here address.

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"lamar" Discussed on Speak For Yourself

Speak For Yourself

07:59 min | 11 months ago

"lamar" Discussed on Speak For Yourself

"Has three championship arguing. Ring rod night. Also garissa paul. Because he's made one nba finals appearance. I don't know how he suddenly jumps into the top five. Were saying you can't late team. Success would individual greatness. We're not going to do that okay. We should great flying. This is the jason right now. nash. I mean i any way you cut it. I can find five guys who have done more either individually or collectively. We go ahead and our because he puts us in a rundown of the second confirmation by you. Got the numbers to support. You want them out. You got the numbers disappointed as well. But i was saying. Is that chris. Paul been so great needs playoffs there. We don't respect that. His points per game actually went up into finals. But now we go slide him his assist or to say but now we go slide him and his three point percentage is even better in the finals and has been arrested away measuring man against themselves. That sounds like greatness to me. It sounds like top five. All time covered up video asphalt. We'll tell you if we like his response. We certainly don't like asphalt best next and we'll see for yourself. I like your saturday man socks battle the yankees plus the giants based apart and astros take on the white sox. Saturday six thirty eastern box box for chip level. Loosens game your show up. Forty water and lamar. Jackson took some heat earlier this week for video. That went viral him. Playing defensive back catching a pass against the teenage fan. Asphalt lamar was called out about football player. Closing in on forty million dollars per year. Should be taking these risks. Just for kicks responded wednesday tweet. It's better to have the kids out there having fun. Playing with guns and bleep next year running it back even more fun. So you like lamar jackson defensive by ask video due and don't okay. I like it. Because i liked lamar jackson as a human being. Do to stay true to himself since day. One like the didn't come in and try to make himself a company man. He didn't shave off the twist at dreads. He didn't come in there and try to go with fresh fade. I know so many. Nfl players have actually done to make yourself more marketable. I've talked several agents about fat several clients. He ain't do that. He didn't come in there and try to change the way he talked to speak to different people differently. No do he came into the league just like he left college same cat. He answers random kids face times audience classroom hops on. I live with kids. Lamar jackson is as real and authentic as they come. Lamar jackson train of thought. Sellers like look is gangs violence when i was growing up sports drugs. Violence and those are the options. I'm trying to make sure they choose. The right option. Like i chose however don't drown yourself trying to save somebody else. Oh i the on car little bit the aspect that i don't like is don't drown yourself trying to save someone else and that's the only potential allama here. Okay because lamar jackson the reason they care to play the game of football with you on the court is because you play the game of football professionally. Because you're lamar jackson unanimous mvp. I could go onto a concrete asphalt court right now and nobody's trying to play which boy wouldn't wasn't all that special lamar jackson. If you cease to be lamar. Jackson a great. Those games are not going to exist as they continue to lamar jackson. Great by getting hurt. It all comes back down to getting kurt. So hopefully we are on the back. End of the cove nineteen pandemic but assuming we are not. We all had to learn that when a loved one contracts the virus do what you can to support him ubereats. Leave him some water outside the door. Leave some food if you need to some flowers a car but you might not want to get into the rule. Massless up close and personal. Because you don't wanna drown yourself you don't want to infect yourself while trying to tend to the needs of somebody else. I love the intention of lamar jackson. Kudos to him for that but in the same breath don't get hurt while trying to do a good deed. i love that take. I love that. Take him a push back after. Get mine out there. You can see where they land homeboy. I love what lamar jackson said. Now wholeheartedly like you said put. Most of me loves what he said. Because i love double down statements. Double down says oh you. You'd hear me the first time we'll let me say again but louder and that's what he did. My floreal take debt. Take that take. And i like that. I don't like clarification statements because we are too damn smart too damn intelligent too damn sophisticated been on this planet to law. Patrick mahomes to be acting like oh you oughta hear me correctly. What i really meant is now. You've meant that the first time you just don't like how we took it. So i like lamar jackson for doubling down. I'm gonna be there again now. Here's the part. I don't like which leads me a little to push back on your take. Let's not act like in. The only options are wake up in the morning. Play on asphalt lamar jackson or go rob and kill somebody who. I hate that because that was the narrative me growing up. And that's why. I had the we leave around narratives around individuals who believed in a stupid narratives that that was the only options we had and i talked to the mayor competent so many times because this was something i wanted to highlight what compton because competition just got glorified and known as synonymous vyas me. You don't mean vice presidents. Come from compton you know. What many chairman. Ceos just managers teachers come from company. And all we know order rappers and a few ballplayers and i was like. That's the same thing that's getting lost is all other avenues. Not just a major boulevards baltimore if you get it but even between how real it is a baltimore. There's a student. There's a kid who's going to harvard. There's a kid who's like look. I'm a walk and we've around all these narratives that this is all we can do violence or play ball. And that's the only thing. I want to push back on the mark jackson now to your point. Don't drown as the lifeguards. Say go out there to save them. Both your not drown. So if they don't wanna be save on you. I love the fact that he is engaging in the three ts. The three ts. This time talent treasure. You have to give all three. Hopefully you do it. I see it all the talk. And i do it as well now. You could pick the times where you pick time talent treasure. He's using talent in this one right now. And he's giving them his tongue respect but also in that time you can also help them navigate into a mindset that there's more to do being on this asphalt plant football or being out there being a victim or having a victim mindset about what surrounds you and circumstances but all things considered i respect when he say because he doubled down and said it with his chest unless preface with this because now we can almost but to the aspect of is hard to ever condemn somebody for doing a good thing. What seems like it seems like in theory. We come up here how you're picking the margins but getting back to the hood as not even that. It's just a more efficient way to do that. There always is so. You don't know this because i came on the show during a pandemic. Every summer i go to nigerian medical mission. Trips with my family forty doctors and nurses were living hope ministries. We go there. We do roughly two point. Two two point five million dollars free medical work. Finally we built a hospital after several years of doing it. I realized we'd be doing a lot of stuff. Inefficiently like just as far as navigating the crowd in navigating the crowds out. We should probably sort the lines outside before bringing people inside and then asking. Hey what do you need. Is they go through triage. Let's bring them in based upon their needs..

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"lamar" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"lamar" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Podcasts. Or wherever of you. Listen to podcasts. While miss an is off today we gotta let the people know because guess what it is miss fans birthday. We want to scrap happy birthday. Happy birthday an oil take all. No we love her. She deserves this day. Enjoy your day miss an well in entertainment news twenty nine at least twenty twenty eight twenty five ish lava like yes. Looks like ati bang body all right anyway. This past saturday vice president. Kamla harris was the first sitting u s president in history to march and a pride event. She marched with her husband. The second gentleman doug 'em off at capital pride. She wore a love his love t shirt as she walked with other pride. Gore's to rally at freedom plaza. So congratulations to her making history. Get again writing the first yes sitting. Vp to march and a pri- parade. June is pride month. And so congratulations. Also end a She looked like she was having a great time to. Yes she did out there. Yeah and other entertainment news. Wendy williams posted details about spending time with lamar odom. She posted. He spent time with me after his win. Of course she was referring to lamar's tk. Oh that's right. I said t. K o fight with aaron carter Anyway when wendy went on to say that he put his belt on me and commented on my small waist in a good way she said he was very wanting to take a shower and he left her sweet. She said she got in her car and fell into her fortress bed at four a. m. so she went to see the fight. They hung out a little bit and then she got in her car and went home and got at four. Am m so. Sounds like she had a good night and While how're you doing lavar fair. Yeah yeah did you think that he was gonna win the fight against aaron carter. No that look look crazy. Yes the martha was going to win it from day. One would you say junior. That's the bless yo ass. Was it a mess junior. Tell us what it was. Two people had been in the ring fight. They are one play basketball. One thing which. I'll do in look so but i don't understand way. What what what is. I don't understand the story about just went. Well i'll she wind wendy's been saying that she was going to fight. She didn't think lamar was going to win. She went to the fight. Lamar not only one. He knocked them out. And then after the fight they hung out wendy and lamar hung out and she was saying you know he put his belt around her and he commented on her small waist and then he said hey. Look i gotta take a shower. So he left. She got in her car and went home but it was about four. Am though when she finally got home. So that's all. She was telling how her night went. Basically after the fight with lamar. Yeah with lamar odom who've been on our show and everything and cardiff fat five. What the hell is we find back today. What would they fight for. He seeks air card. Five five how he was gonna lose. What taller well. Who all right. That's the story and I is this a thing now. I have to ask that question because it looks like floyd. Mayweather is the latest celebrity to have his home burglarized the champ turn to social media for help with hopes that it would lead him to those responsible for robbing his home. Early saturday may whether posted a message to his instagram account. And said once home is their sanctuary place of peace relaxation and comfort when someone violates that sanctuary it is disturbing and hurtful. He says one. I love this. One of my home was burgled burglarized in las vegas. Valuable handbags and other belongings of suitable value. I am offering if you know anything about it. I am offering at least one hundred thousand dollars in reward money for information. That's a lot of money baby for information that leads to the return of my belongings. The level of disrespect ingred. It takes for someone to do this. Is unfathomable so there you go. Somebody's gonna say so. Post pitches of a table full of money. What did you expect. It's going to happen a a table full of thousands and thousands of dollars. You don't want anybody else to break in. But when robert seat at they don't hit your house. I mean that's a true statement is yeah i i believe you. Yeah right right right right and floyd said thank you to anyone who comes forward with any information. god bless. He didn't share for the details about the burglary. Like when it took place or at the estimated cost of the belongings that were taken from information. Foreign right nassar mask on that narrowed it down trying to get that hundred thousand dollars. Junior black came in at night one so he can surely afford one hundred thousand dollars in reward. That is sad because he's right. Your home is your sanctuary and it is a violation but on the other hand. You're right j. I was a lot of money on that table. Though all right well we hope you you find the robber. 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"lamar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"lamar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Block when when people see the movie. That is a really powerful moment. Because you know. As you'll see this this i will gain is the most intense experience your life. It'll break a heroin addiction in twelve hours. A meth addiction opiate addiction alcohol. And so it's very intense and in the most intense moment you see lamar says to himself you know. Hey wait a minute. You know joe out. Kobe bryant fourth quarter. We got this and it's just like you're like wow like that he could summon that spirit guide him through in. That moment was every time. I see it. I'm just like really touched. The more viewed it yourself. The film in its complete form oxymoron. All the way through. I think when. I watch of tomatoes. It'd be the first time i watched it all the way through. I've seen clips. We just explain because we will just. We just watched up on that clip. When i refuse to go yeah we were watching and then just watched it. You know i was going to say f. Furthermore somebody who's had lost. His mom passed away a cancer a young age and he lost his son at six months. Old you know to have this ibew gain experience in here. Your mom's voice for the first time in decades or to see your son. He saw his son grow in the vision. I mean these are things i like. I would want anybody who's had a loss like that. I mean this is very important. Medicine coming up zaib gain is so unfortunate. We had to drive down to mexico to do this. Issue be available everywhere in the united states. And that's what we're fighting for. That's part of what this movie is about to bring this stuff to the american public. It's really moving stuff before we wrap up the more. If you don't mind a couple basketball things. I always think about when you came into the league and this is the time cagey had been leaked for few years. When you get drafted like you guys were the unicorns of your time. Like term wasn't being used back then the way we use it now for these guys but you were six ten handling type. Who could do everything with the ball on your hands. We've now got jaanus and luca. Ben simmons do you feel like you k- gene. Some of the others at that time. Say about the are go for. I don't think You know when. I came into league at six nine or sixteen where well known for their ball in la so i like to To pat my own back on. But i don't think any news Anybody in the nba was playing on a verge. Who level like that. 'cause i got it from And there weren't too many guys like that. I think i know the answer. Who did you get it from. Johnson magic the godfather to the godfather. When you see it so much now and it's almost commonplace because you got to have it you know and Is just abolition of our game. If if if i got a guy that's growing at a rapid pace in teaching him to gain the game i'm going to enforce ball handling passing shooting The european some do it and once we once we our games just evolving just devolvement the bigger on the bed. He wants to play. You know pasture shoot and a bigger. He can do that in the more is advantage. If you're drafted into this version of the nba. Things being positioned less and no one's kind of stuck in a in a square peg square round peg square hole. Whatever based on size where are you. What's your game look like today. Or what's your position. If there is a position look like today Ah proudly drafted as gar. And you know. It's funny because if you get drafted as something that you that's what you labeled as own career so have you get drafted as guard. Coaches will blame different. And so i'm always dreamed about playing playing for for the clippers Was able to start some getting to the point guard. What ever we need to start. We lost twenty games in a row average twenty first year so it was tough now today today. Slot like another jaanus. Or ben simmons the in your hands from day one basically. That's what me you. Just let me play with walmart or luca can say i see some coaching coming up in the mars future. Do because i think you know just such a motivational guy always keeps a positive spirit. Even when things get rough you know you can count on smile and do the right thing in the end. So it's like. I think it'd be amazing coach at whatever level to share. You know all his experience. Life experience and basketball for phil jackson pat riley spotted a good start. You had you had great mentors for sure So let me let me end on that limit on that note. Obviously we know what you're trying to do with your life in terms of of helping other people deal with mental health issues and things in that area on the sports side of it. I know you played little overseas a couple of years ago. Play basketball again. You you've got these. These boxing matches coming up or at least the one do you. Are you going to find a way back into the the basketball realm. Whether it's coaching mentoring. What do you. Where do you think that leads for. You know as a good question. I think one of the questions. Where are still you know. Really trying to figure out some while. I'm alive right like you say you name give him back and then you know the second would probably be you know women. My hardest hearts definitely basketball will probably be in cochin. Something like that will lamar. It's great to see you. It's great to see you in such a great place right now and the film was amazing. People should go check it out. It's on youtube and other places. You can go find the modem reborn you can also check it out at lamar odom reborn dot com for more information guys. Thank you so much for spending the time. It's been fantastic. Zappia lamar very much. Appreciate it thank you..

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"lamar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"lamar" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"What up if the crossover friday edition howard beck. Senior writer for sports illustrated really pleased today to be joined by q. Time nba champion lamar odom as nba fans. No lamar was at an incredible player. Six ten gifted score ball handler is basically the unicorn of his arrow. We just didn't have that term back then or using it for guys who looked and played the way lamar did. He'd be amazing in today's game. He'd be ben simmons he'd be luka doncic believe as fans also know lamar's dealt with a lot in recent years addiction substance.

"lamar" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"lamar" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Bryant choke or the chiefs. Just the better team okay. So before this game one of the great sports conversations of all time took place caught by. TMZ Bill O'Brien in the tunnel. Somebody yelled at him. You Suck and his response. John's was you suck to mother bleeper and that's a great condense. Sports engineered to notice the bill bright in that acknowledges that Sucks Twenty says you saw bleeper and he was pretty bad in this game being little passive in spots and shouldn't have been passive in against that offense but when the the Kansas City chiefs run out of fireworks because they don't have any more in the stadium to celebrate touchdowns because you can score four of them in twelve football minutes. It's because Kansas. The city is really good at offense. Yeah I've been really hard on bill. O'Brien in the past. But I really feel like I can't blame this game on him. I think that fourth-down decision to not go forward and to kick the field goal. That was a mistake but I don't think going forward on a punt wasn't mistake. I thought that was a good place to kind of. Keep the ball away from the chiefs hands. It's not as if if you punt it that they're going to take any longer to store. They're just go for a sixty yard touchdown rather than forty yard test APP. So I don't have any problem with that decision and I thought he made some pretty wise decisions early on particularly that fake screen pass on third and one one when you know that the defense is going to be aggressive so he did the things that you would expect them to do on offense but that defense could not stop them. But I'm not sure there is a defense that can stop them. So I'M GONNA have have to give Bill O'Brien a pass this week. Yeah and the battle of two teams and coaches that have playoff horrors on their side. It was tough to tell which of these teams was going to shoot themselves selves in the foot. And when you're a playoff team and you give up forty four straight points to another playoff team. You're not going to be let off the hook entirely for that. That being said the Texans weren't really beating the chiefs early on in this game. The chiefs were beating themselves and as soon as that flipped and the chiefs started playing up to their ability. The Texans start beating themselves. With some bad play and some sloppiness then it became sort of an all even and after that the better team won the better team was the chiefs going in. You can act like this was choked. Doc by the Texans but I think it was the chiefs choking early and then getting their stuff together and then it was about even and the chiefs pulled ahead because there are more well rounded team. They've got the defense that they needed to work. What last year? And they still have an offense that no one can keep up I mean McColl Hartman was the one who performed the Heimlich maneuver on the chiefs offense early on. It's just too many to stop adopt. Please seriously let's be serious. How do you stop at a bypass that Sarah accuses the chiefs of being the first quarter? So they even while serving you can give give up twenty four points in the first quarter and not a job and if you if you win by twenty three yes hi show corners order. They choked in the first Texans choke in the second and the second half. It was a battle of two teams given their best in the chiefs. Better I like I like this analysis from here on out. Who took this quarter way? The next thing until then your weight and Texans last week in the first half figured it out in the second half now. We've seen it before do you see. NFL Player is heating. marshawn Lynch is advice. Okay forgive me guys. This may be my age showing. I don't know maybe my culture showing had any of you heard money referred to as chicken before this next clip. No let's listen to marshawn lead. Cheer I say Take Your Money African. 'cause don't last forever now on the other side of retirement and is good when you get it over there and you could. Do you want to so. I'll tell you right now why y'all in it take care of your breed so we all done go ahead and take care of yourself so so why Y'all editor right now take care of your body's I mean don't take care of shaking your family. Don't take your mental because Lil Wayne last name on I heard a couple players play with a mean. They no longer hear them all day. No longer so I mean you start taking care of your mental. Your body's and New York chicken from we are ready to walk away. Walk away and you'd be able to do what you WANNA do. Okay so the question is do you see. NFL players heating eating marshawn Lynch is advised. And I don't think they want that question answered. I think they just want to play that clip so we could be arguing here about. which is the better sentenced to sell someone to take care their chicken or just the refers the white guys in the seahawks locker room as African? I don't think that he was giving advice to the Europeans. It was strictly a AH vice for Africans. I also is important to take care of your mental. That's very important. You can't be slamming your metals into other metals and expect to live a fruitful life Afterwards so my sean is the King of running through. MFS Face but at the same time. Take care of your mental African. Listen I'm going to answer the actual question I should because I think it's legitimate and of course I'm not a former player. Dominique has a different perspective. But I think when you get a guy who's usual responses. I'm just here so I don't find. I'm just here because I have to be. I'm not GONNA say anything. And he gives you a statement that's meaningful to him coming from the other side of retirement coming back in and he says I've been out there guys be prepared with your body and your mental and your chicken and I think there's guys might I guys who might internalize that because of the source Sarah. I'm sorry but there's no I was president players associated we tried to prepare players many times for lockouts and work stoppages and the fact of the matter is gus. Guys has our guys who spend a lot of money and one speaker marshawn Lynch or for me from down from their mom from their cousin or anybody is not going to change their perspective. Some guys take the money some. I'm God don't that's what it comes down to and Marchand saying something about chickens and Sawas and Africans is not much change their mind..

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"lamar" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"lamar" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"With chains we have. That's a terrible spot doc. And that was not a first down and then they go to review and with all our cameras there. They can't conclude something differently. But these Games are so close guys that I I feel like we can do this. Almost every one of them where we're looking at anything and we're saying a yard is the difference between this team and that team you're right it's terrible spot. It's a terrible able spot that the television crew put the first down fake marker on because it didn't actually line up with the first down marker the field which is why I think they originally originally marked him where he was and said it was I down and then looked at a number of replays including additional footage. I don't know what that means. Maybe patriots brought some cameras on the sidelines and offered it up at the end. They're either way to me. This felt like we made the call. And there was no way to overturn it based on all the angles that we had based on the way those guys landed. I don't think they got hosed is at all I think if you look at it where the marker was it looks like he got this maybe but I don't think I mean one play is not going to get me to say that you got hoes than any one game you go through the game and say he got away with a fumble earlier that the seahawks got that they should've lost. That's not GONNA do. It has to be much more green. It's like last year's pass interference in saints. It's game against the rams. I guess it'd be agreed. It's like that one inch mishap. It's not GonNa make me say you gotTa hose you know hose. You couldn't stop Davante Adams. That's what got you hoes. That was the is to not that one. It's an odd out hawks. Players say that that's the reason why they lost the game. You know how you gotTa hose you kept using your running game instead of letting your own world quarterback back trying to get it out there trying to get it out a little bit and see what he can do instead of continuing to go to running backs that were recently dishing out shots in a parking lot at a raiders game uh-huh dominate. You don't know how to do this. It is not when the fumble. That's not a fumble in the first quarter. It's what happened at the end of the game that we talk about. I didn't even remember that play until you just reminded me. Oh yeah there was another blown one in that way. I'm still learning date. I'm still learning not to do this. I find it convenient to by by the way. Dominique that my beloved Aaron Rodgers has that game after you spent last week telling me how much better Russell Wilson has been over the last three seasons than Aaron Rodgers. And you were right right but you were right yesterday. You were not right yesterday. He wants no no. Did you see the Manna from heaven. He's got one receiver out there. He's got the Pink Number Sixteen Komarom Homerun way to pink Heathrow into that Sternberg guy here. I'm not sure I thought that Aaron play well and I said that he would win in play. Well however you're going to bid on limb by saying that he played better than Russell Wilson district team one doesn't mean he played better here more support. There were also I mean. We're being honest. No no no he came. They must know that's more support over there. Bits whose number sixteen pink number sixty one linzie coming up next on my cell Stevie show I think also is important to take care of your mental. That's very important. You can't be slamming your mental into other metals as an expected to live a fruitful life after Bill.

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"lamar" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"lamar" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Welcome highly questionable with very excited landed on this Monday of football Monday to have a total football expert with us also former football player Dominic Foxworth. Let's get started. You didn't mean any of Dad. I know you didn't do you. View Lamar Jackson the ravens differently after losing to the titans interesting game obviously the most. It's interesting one of the weekend. Giving none of us saw that coming that way. That offense stifled that way and a whole lot of people today are taking a little too gleeful of a victory lap at the failure of Lamar Jackson because the expectations were raised to an MVP level. And this is the part. That's hard right because even though it was a we are game even though the titans only had a couple of drives of over thirty five years even though the Ravens failed situation thing never failing on fourth and short when an offense that has has that kind of credentials on its resume does that for twelve point in the postseason. It is hard to look other places other than the quarterback you you haven't seen since one thousand nine hundred seventy offense. This good failed that badly doing in the big spot and surprised. All of us a lot of that is gonNA fall on the head of the quarterback Lamar's come to so many people through no effort of his own so it makes it hard to give an accurate assessment of his play because some people that you don't want to Mike Mike clay onto that and pretend to have as if you're saying that he's not going to be a success. I was encouraged. Frankly with some of the things I've saw in a game. Obviously losing to a six seat is unacceptable and he made a lot of mistakes but it wasn't as if he could not throw the ball. They were daring him to throw the ball at times. And then they would drop back into Max coverage and he was still converting third in sixteen thirty and twelve else third and sixers third and ten. Those are plays that he converted and those things he did through the hair saw. I was impressive but losing. You have to kind of come down on quarterback a bit. But I'm still kind of all in all positive Lamar. He's not a playoff choker and he's been successful really saw. You're being soft on him. I I mean listen. I don't WanNa rip on Lamar Jackson. I don't want to rip on the Ravens. But what a number one seed with an MVP quarterback scores twelve points in a game like this against against the sixth seed. Titans team that started the season two and four. You do have to point fingers. Alamar Jacksonville accounted for over five hundred yards of total offense. The Titans Titans were outgained by two hundred thirty yards of offense on the game. So you're looking at this and trying to figure out what went wrong. While the titans executed perfectly when they needed to they kept Lamar Jackson running horizontally instead of gaining vertically down the field they made him win with the past which teams tried to do all season long but couldn't do well enough. They did it well at this time. They put enough men in the box to challenge him and force him to use his legs but they also shut down those options down the field. He didn't have the safety valves that he's used to in those instances before the postseason started. We said there was no way that the titans would be able to keep up the incredible red zone. Conversion percentage that they had in the regular season which was nearly seventy percent. And and guess what it's now a one hundred percent in the postseason. They call them week thirteen so when they are able to convert when it matters most and stop when it matters. There's most that's how you get a game like that fair criticism of Lamar though is we haven't seen him come back from behind when they're down in the first quarter they're pretty much out of it. I think that I I saw the ability to potentially do it. But he still hasn't done it. So that's the fairest. I'M GONNA give to Lamar and I'm not gonNA look around and look at my company because it's GonNa make me say and I mean. We got to give credit to Mike rebel because one of the things that I worried about. Most with this titans team was that they hadn't seen the ravens in the regular season that they wouldn't know how to combat Lamar Jackson but they took some tips tips from how the bills faced him. They put some of their own twists and turns and rebel scheme. This game to perfection in ways that you would not have anticipated going including getting stops on things like like fourth in short which the Ravens were eight on in the regular season the two of you. He's soft on Lamar Jackson. And you're out here. Crediting might rebel before any of us have mentioned than a Derrick Henry Earl and then he pushed him in the back and a defensive tackle for the Ravens is saying after the game. I've never been in a situation before where I feel like. I don't have a chance. That guy stopped all over the ravens. And you've got a quarterback now advancing to one game from the Miami Super Bowl after throwing seventy yards in both of these playoff games. Mahomes four minutes yesterday. Is Major League baseball fall coming down too hard on the Astros okay. You do not see penalties like this. Come down a short of taking away. Someone's team franchises organizations. Kids do not get punished the way the Astros are being punished for what I imagine is a bit of a lifetime body of work on cheating given that. This isn't the first time that they've found themselves in this situation. Asian so you got the general manager gone. The manager gone to five million dollar penalty maximum allowed and a loss of a lot of high draft picks. And what I would say to you guys is. This is a elite trying to make a statement about we will not allow this and the last time I saw something like this. It was the overreaction of bountygate when something that we all knew to become an throughout the sport was punished so severely that the entire employee base turned on a commissioner who was interested in over punishing because everyone loves over punishing. This is good for Manfred and and very few others to me. This is an interesting one because you have to figure out how high the incentives are for victory which is very high for the Astros. The amount of money Johny that came in the amount of prestige that comes in what it means for them going forward. I mean it is a very severe punishment but that's the kind of punishment you need in order to deter future teams us from doing this a dead. You could say that this is just everybody signed steals but when it becomes technology when it becomes using things that are very clearly band and it's not just just trying to get an edge by being able to see those signs I think they do need it nip it in the bud with a very severe penalty which is yeah. I'm not an inside baseball. Insider side about it from all the things I've rented so suggests that this is unique and they did go across the line that most baseball players and most baseball teams seem to say that they would not however if this punishment is supposed to act as a deterrent. I'm not sure that it does. I guarantee you every team that is watching. This would would gladly turn over five million dollars and a couple years is worth of first and second round draft picks to get a world series trophies. I'm not sure that the punishment is a deterrent as much as it is. The public chain did the seahawks get hosed by at that spot I am of the belief that the ability to win one score games is not actually an ability not that sometimes you're gonNA lose the one score games because of the way the ball bounces. However if I were to subscribe to that the pace that I would do it is Russell? Wilson is going to be throwing into my end zone at the end end of the game. And they absolutely got hosed here because in this microscopic game we still measuring old guys.

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"lamar" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"lamar" Discussed on WTRH

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"lamar" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"lamar" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"That'll that'll bode well for him going into next year and they've been in playoff mode. Skipping ca think about it. They had basically win all their games because Pittsburgh had built what we thought with an insurmountable Lee nearby. Oh, Pittsburgh win this division. Pittsburgh trying to get because at one point seven twenty one. They're in there in the running forgetting one of those one or two hours to buy. I thought so now all of a sudden this kid gets in there and Martin Mony weeks credit John Haba, they put him in a system where he can be he can benefit as colleges. Yes, is is school playground. But we're trying to win games. So instead of trying to oh, let him run Joe flacco office. No, no, let him run what he's comfortable, and we're going to build upon that. Now, guess what they get Lamar Jackson. The by the change. Another see Lamar you have to get better during the football running fine. We don't want to inhibit you from running the football. But if you can't throw in this league, you can't survive we know what he can do. Yeah. Bill to build upon bat. I would agree. But he showed me he can run it and stay pretty hell. His survival in earning the game took a shot, and that was unnecessary. He was running on the left side line. He was running. He could have just got out of bound. He had already pick. I know exactly the play you're talking about. But the DB's is still a little queasy about really striking like, really. Going to get up out of bounds. Male young is his twenty second birthday today. In the Super Bowl. Right. You're right. I mean twenty two years old this is the beginning. Because there they're very few quarterbacks that make the playoffs. They're rookie year. Let alone play well in their playoff game. And he got them to that point. So now the chargers get to go up to. Thanks for listening to the podcast. I'm Jenny tapped. Join us again at the same time tomorrow morning, nine thirty eastern. See you then. Of of.

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