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"Then at 4 25 eastern 1 25 Pacific. Two of the league's best young Cubans, go head to head When Baker's Brown's battle Patrick Mahomes of the Chiefs, It's all started with JB and the guys on the NFL today noon Eastern nine Pacific. The NFL is back Sunday on CBS. So This week. I had a chance to speak to Joe Thighs men, and he, of course, won a Super Bowl with the Washington back After the 82 season, They went back to back to the Super Bowl in 83, as well but got absolutely dismantled by the Los Angeles Raiders, 38 to 9. But Joe Thighs been played for that 83 team, which is widely considered one of the best teams in NFL history, not to win the Super Bowl. He was the N F L M V. P. That year, I'd asked him this year's Buccaneers team trying to repeat like his team did is being Picked by many to get back to the Super Bowl and buy some the vocal few that are out of their minds. That the Buccaneers could go undefeated. Maybe some of that is tempered after struggling to beat the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night, But I asked Joe, What do you think about the predictions of the Buccaneers going undefeated? I think in this day and age, yes, and and I believe, because there's first of all you have covid to deal with. You don't know who is going to be available to you every week. Secondly, you have injuries to deal with. But the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the did something that was unprecedented. I've seen modern football. I guess you could say. They want to Super Bowl and in this money, grab society and life We're living in much. Some guys would take off for a bigger payday. They would just move on. But every one of those guys decided to stay there. Every one of them decided to stay That to me is unprecedented in this day and age. Like I say, where people are looking for big numbers and the opportunity to have a big hit from the salary standpoint. They want to stay that they want to win a championship. They want to be undefeated, but I think there are so many other factors. Um, that will play into this through the course of remember 17 gangs. I think it's going to be difficult. Not only is it going to be difficult, it's going to be impossible. The history of the NFL suggests that it's hard enough to try to do 14 and remember only the Miami Dolphins of 72 did that and won a Super Bowl. When it expanded in 78 to 16 games. Only one team has ever done. 16 and O the 07 Patriots. Of course they lost in the Super Bowl. So now It's been done once ever since the Super Bowl and undefeated team that also won the championship. It's been done once ever in 50, plus years of football. And it's going to be done after we expand to a 17 game. The answer is absolutely not, and the kooks that predict this or not worth their salt and predictions because it's not going to happen. Now the Buccaneers are going to be really good this year. As we saw on Thursday. Brady looks phenomenal. They've got a million weapons and the defense did not play all that great Dak Prescott was able to throw for 400 yards on them on Thursday, but they've got a lot of playmakers on defense between Jpp and Devin White and Shaq. Barrett. The list goes on and on and nine That's going to be a really good team, and it's going to be the standard certainly in their division and one of the best teams in the NFC this year. So it's not that they're not a good team. They're a great team, but they're not going to go undefeated. I can tell you that right now. If Vegas ever said a line of 16.5 regular season wins, you can bet your entire life on the under and you would be just fine. Let's move on to live on Kirkland's. He was one of the most intimidating presences in the NFL. During his time in Pittsburgh in the nineties, he played for Dick LeBeau and Bill Cowers Blitz Berg defense, So they went to Super Bowl 30 were. Ultimately they lost to the Dallas Cowboys. Right as Laban earlier this week on my show, which airs weekday morning six until 10 Eastern time right here on CBS Sports Radio about the Steelers..
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"The 1989 All Star game and the way things kicked off that that legendary night when Ronald Reagan was in the booth with Vin Scully and Bo Jackson took to back And as Bo Jackson comes up, we talked about Ozzie Smith and you were in a cardinal uniform, and Jackson wears baseball and football and you did football. Yes, played the Gipper. But I also played for real in a much earlier time to that bow down there. That's a pretty interesting hobby he has for his vacation. When baseball ends, he winds up Playing well playing football. I just don't know if there's ever done with anyone doing a remarkable and look at that one ball, Jackson says. How long? Ooh mm six months ago. And Rick Russia is greeted on the first pitch. Tipo Jackson almost hit it out of state Perfect. That's going to set it up pretty interesting for him to the end of the season when he goes back to the Los Angeles Raiders again when you're the board up on your own radio show, Raiders board up Arts you can drop in the former president, United States shouting out your football team. What a moment and the reason I bring it. Bring it up his last night. I tweeted out that I don't like manufactured excitement. I want the real deal. That was an authentic moment. On on baseball's biggest stage, The Midsummer Classic Bo Jackson the first pitch of the game, Ronald Reagan and Vince Scully on the call. It doesn't get more Americana than that,.
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"In the 19 eighties. It's a magical city, but back then it was a town in turmoil. Written overwhelmed by economic and social change, in which the north of England rotted away the coal mines. The steel mills, the cotton industry fella, Paul in Liverpool, unemployment double the national level. There are some parts of the city where 18% of the people are out of work, and it felt like you could stand on the street corner of Liverpool, which had massive unemployment, No real hope a heroin epidemic. Witnessed the city decomposing before your very eyes and a survived by making believe I was an American trapped in an Englishman's body By inhaling everything, American. I could lay my hands on. The love thing soon will be making him in Mormon run Fantasy Island, Miami, Vice music, forks, clothes and occasional pair of knockoff three bands. Which made the United States might a light in the darkness in my imagination. She can't go remain my family spiritual hope So in the NFL started to be broadcast in England in the early eighties and a remote channel it became a cult hit. On Sunday night. New York Jets nil Los Angeles Raiders 31. The Raiders trampled all over Jets quarterback Ken O'Brien, where ran.
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"North Korea says it will stop trying to overthrow the South Korean regime. A defensive end for the Los Angeles Raiders comes out as gay. And advice on emerging from isolation from a person who really knows what that's like It's Tuesday, June 22nd Primary day in New York City polls are open till nine. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Corvette Coleman. The Senate is expected to take an initial vote on a sweeping elections bill today. Among other measures, the bill requires states to hold mail in and early voting and allows for same day registration for federal elections. NPR's Susan Davis says no Senate Republican has come forward to support the legislation. Essentially, Republicans think the bill is built on a bad foundation because The bill would exert more federal control over elections that now states can make a lot of the decisions on how their run. Some of these provisions are probably constitutionally questionable. They would certainly be challenged in the courts. And Republicans also point to the fact that the 2020 election did see record turnout record participation and did not. Despite the former president's assertions, have any credible fraud or the ultimate count wasn't in doubt. NPR's Susan Davis reporting The legislation on voting may not have the support of moderate Democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia. He met President Biden at the White House on Monday. Mansion has proposed his own slimmed down version of an elections bill hoping to win Republican support. United States has just hit a record when it comes to enrollment in Medicaid. That's the health care plan run by state and local governments for low income people. 80 Million people have now either been on Medicaid or the Children's health insurance program called Chip. NPR's Selena Simmons, Duffin reports. That's an increase of nearly 10 million people since the pandemic began before the pandemic, Medicaid and chip together already insured more people than any other programs, including Medicare, the program for seniors. Costs in Medicaid are shared between states and the federal government. When Congress passed the families First Coronavirus Response Act early in the pandemic, the federal government started picking up more of that share. An enrollment started to pick up across the country. But those changes are temporary and tied to the pandemic. Nearly 30 million Americans are uninsured, and that number has been rising for the past three years. Selena Simmons Duffin NPR NEWS eight Indiana University suit students are suing the university over its covid 19 vaccine requirement. From member station W F I u Emma Atkinson reports. The students argue This is illegal. The lawsuit alleges that Indiana University's vaccine requirement goes against the FDA as emergency use authorization of the vaccines and violates quote modern medical ethics. I use policy requires that all students, faculty and staff attest to having received a vaccine before August. 15th employees who do not do so face termination, while students would be unregistered from classes and prohibited from attending campus events. Students across the country have protested some colleges decisions to mandate vaccines, while other schools have launched incentive programs. And I you spokesperson said in an email that university officials remain confident in the legality of its vaccine requirement for NPR news. I'm Emma Atkinson in Bloomington. This is NPR. This is double u. N. Y. C at 704 Good morning and Michael Hill 74 now showers and turning cooler delays on New Jersey Transit's northeast quarter North Jersey Coast and main Bergen. Port Jervis Lines. Today is Primary day in New York City, and polls are now open until nine tonight. Mayor Controller Judges and City Council candidates and more are all on the ballot. And as you've been hearing citywide offices are using ranked choice voting, a system that lets voters rank up the five candidates instead of just choosing one, a reminder. You need to be registered with the political party to vote in today's New York City primary and because of election laws are ranked choice. Voting will likely know the final results sometime in July. Not tonight. Protesters are calling on New Jersey lawmakers to approve allowing towns to create civilian oversight panels with broad powers to investigate police misconduct. New YORK mayor As Baraka joined a group outside the Statehouse and Trenton yesterday, he says the community should have the right to investigate a police force that they pay for. Leave of absence. They get the tape the vacations. They get to go on his paid for their Children going to school. Get to the house that they live in their pension is all paid for by us. Why can't we have all of us that it makes no sense. Last year, New Jersey Supreme.
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"See you in court. That's what former President Trump's companies telling his old hometown city of New York is severing all contracts with the Trump organization there, Bill de Blasio announced in January, the city would sever contracts with the Trump Organization, citing a clause about criminal activity, then, citing an insurrection against the United States government clearly constitutes criminal activity. Now President Trump's company is suing New York for wrongful termination. And the Trump Organization accused de Blasio of purely politically motivated actions. The lawsuit mentioned the ferry Point Golf Course in the Bronx. Other contracts have already expired. Erin Khutor SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK, The Center for Medicaid and Medicare says soaring unemployment and covid 19 era legislation pushed more Americans to enroll in Medicaid. A record 80 million people are now covered by it. Senators are still talking about infrastructure, and they're still stuck on how to pay for member how Democrats passed covid relief without a single Republican Senate vote well, they could do it again with infrastructure. The president sees this as a process that is has multiple paths forward and the reconciliation process, which is already underway being led. Through the budget committees in Congress is an important component of that spokesperson Jen Psaki, saying the president wants a bipartisan deal but that no infrastructure bill is not acceptable. Andy Field the ABC News Washington Police in Nevada, Colorado, say a suspect's been located in connection with the fatal shooting of a police officer. No word yet on a motive. Los Angeles Raiders player Carl Nassib is come out as gay is the first active NFL player to do so is also making a $100,000 donation to the Trevor Project. Incredible Organization..
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"Of what the The Democratic base is, is the under 30 crowd. Really? It is. That's why the under 30 crowd is in love with Bernie Sanders. And yet the establishment of that party is not in love with Bernie Sanders. But to tap into Sanders support They've got to get some. How some way those younger voters out so anyway. We're going to get into that the wise in the wherefores of that, and then later on Yet another speed bump in the road to finding an inoculation, a vaccine for covert 19 and the World Health organization. Reverses field again. You've ever a guy that used to play football played for the Los Angeles Raiders. Marcus Allen running back, great ballplayer, great ballplayer. He had this uncanny ability to pull off reversals. He'd start one way on a sweep. Spin around come the other way on a sweep. He torpedo the Washington Redskins in a Super Bowl back in the late eighties. That's what the anyway Joe is best. At. They'll do a reversal on you. And now they say, lockdowns. Are not really the answer to our health problems. Anyway, we get into all of that after the news on 700 wlw. News, traffic and weather. News Radio 700 W ell delegate Cincinnati Day three of the confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett with a 10 o'clock report. I'm Sarah Elise, breaking now Supreme Court nominee Amy Barrett, facing more questions from senators on.
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"But given your thoughts on this year and the concept because you you were the first quarterback for the Oakland Raiders, you want to Super Bowl with the Oakland Raiders won a Super Bowl with the Los Angeles Raiders your broadcast on the Oakland Raiders the game the open Raiders again. And it's just add. We're in the Bay Area. You're in Palm Springs. The team is in Vegas. Are you going to be able to go and be around the team all coach whether it's training camp or games itself? I mean, How are you going to observe this his first year in Vegas? Well, I don't know, because of the because of all the restrictions that are that are existing right now. I don't know how they're going to get through this year, but we've done it. We've done it before we did it. In 1982. We had eight games strike, so we missed eight games that season. Andre. We still got through it. Ah, abbreviated season and a successful super Boyer and that year we only lost one game during season we will lost our second playoff game. Remember. Follow your We want a Super Bowl Ineighty three, so Uh, you know, they they could get done but has never been faced with this kind of Ah, situation. I mean, that's a little scary. The unknown is various Carrie. If there's AH if they played the game without any fans. You still have the players together? You know you got right now. 90 guys have to practice on it a practice? I don't know that And I'm not there. Always there to see the facility is beautiful, Just gorgeous. Mint breathtaking is so gorgeous and mark a lot would be the only guy in the stands for the first game. I'll be there with with with Ah, well, suits that they wear when they go in labs. You should be there because there would be no Las Vegas Raiders without you without questions, so I'm not going to say congratulations, but good wishes. Great knows. We think it's gonna happen. But just how are you? How you and barb doing? I know it's been a hell of itself, You know, segment of time since March for all of us, But I think of you often. How are you in the family doing? We're doing all right. You know, I've had a little setback, healthwise, but my back right now it's killing me. But paying for some of the the mistakes of the you there my abuse. As the the football player, but we're doing good. Barb's doing good in March. We will celebrate our 63. So that's pretty good. A Greg what a year 21 John. He's going to be one of the greatest ladies of all time Fire Florida and then what? Away again? I'm knocking on wood. What? We're going to cap it off to go to the pro Football Hall of fame. Or we can all come out of our damn houses Coach, so that'll be You better be there too. I'll be there. I will be there. We're all going there got to be there. I'm not going to say congratulations. I keep saying it's great news. We love you and we'll wait for the real, you know, popping of the cork when right before the Super Bowl this year, and we found out officially you're going in so Be well, Christian YouTube. Thanks a lot. Take care. I hope the next time we talk to him, we We can just say Hall of fame or Tom floors, not do it again to elect a superb alright, keep wanted to say congratulations, but he's close to the ultimate Jiggs. It's like so many times. I don't want to like you said Jinx it. Is the Tuck you game and the immaculate deception. And don't you think they thought they won the game was evolving? Pretty. It rejected. Cave up, but it hit Frenchy Fuqua we want no, we did not ever. There's a fumble. They're gonna review the play, Greg. Why not do that again? It's such a good line. I'm gonna play great. He's a good boy. He is. He's the best. All right. We'll flip back to 40 Niners coming up next. Our new segment 40 Niners fix will tell you about it coming up Next. You hear from Robert Sala on the cornerback spot opposite Richard Sherman. You don't want to miss that will hear from Giovanni Kinlaw and Jimmy on his wide receivers. They signed another one. Today We'll get you all the latest coming up next. Papa lunch spots by Redwood Credit Union Maid from home or on the Go with 24 7. Secure Mobile online banking from Redwood Credit Union sign up today. Redwood Credit Union for all that you love 40 Niners fixes.
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"The going out with those city guys walking the boardwalk. Al Pacino in this kid's so pretty cool. Um, yeah, it's just a great place to go. And unfortunately this this summer I missed you and I miss going to the boardwalk and the beach is hanging out. My body's like I used to know because they don't even go in which is a different feel now, so it's a total different experience. Hopefully, next year we get this tonight. You know what else? I miss? I miss going to Saratoga. I've been the Saratoga 1911 21 Summer's So I always go for a couple of days. You know, even even the past. I went for a week or so. And I like to try to make both Saratoga and Delmar at least for a couple days, and I don't bet horses. How about that? I just like the the history and just being up there with like Walking in the footsteps of the Whitney, the Barrymores and you know the class place and it's really cold night time. Everyone goes downtown. You're literally eating. What? The jockeys just in this little old fashioned town Victorian foul homes. Um I just I miss that place and I wish I was I was there, but hopefully you know, we've got to get rid of disco baby, get a cure vaccine or something. I'm not among the news guy, so I can't say the proper terminology. But I think we're actually handling it a little better when someone gets over. Well before we was just putting him around on ventilator. Now there's more of a process before you have to get to that point. You hope you don't get to that point. I really don't follow. I was following the news with the beginning of the covert for three months. I actually was driving myself crazy between in the channel from Fox News, CNN, MSNBC and local stations. I didn't every night I was recording shows. I never watched the news before, but I just got a note a little bit. But then I realized it was driving me absolutely insane. It's been a solid two month now. No news in the house. There are all of the music or music station in the background as I'm doing that, but not sports is here. So now you know, I'm back into the Sports game and on DH. What a game. It's been. I only could have prayed that that it was going to be this good. Ah, the last three weeks. You know what this says. We're back in full swing of sport even a month. Baseball. It's been unbelievable. So ah Ah, I have the thank you. I think the big guy upstairs for that and thank my team that we've just been one. My body just sent me a text and he said, Wow, 20 to 6, the last two weeks. I ate When a handicapper talks about what they've done lately, so 0.6 last two weeks on crack wins, however, light time, though, just totally destroying it since last year, Football started up over 150 units. I mean, anyone might crack wins subscribers and then there's a ton of them that follow me on Twitter or something. I could never talk like this if it wasn't true, so it's great to be able to share great information. My guys tell me they've never been part of anything like this. If I give out something minus 2.5, you sure are going to go toe to close a 3.5 for four and that you that you have to be. You have to be. It's called tlv almost fans for closing wine value. You have to beat the closing line in order to be successful in this game. If I lay 1 21 of baseball game it better close 1 28 It better close 1 31 It better could not grant it. I'm not saying always because there could be syndicates on the opposite side of me. That could be betting syndicates that that you know, but the other side of things. Sometimes I actually questioned myself after it's over. But I always pick on my side and say, Well, I can't be there bet against me in this spot here, situationally, But most of the time, you know, 80 80 to 90%. We're gonna beat the closing line. And that that is one of the key elements of success. And we have done it this year again after the Kobe a ll the least coming back Baseball and MLB and N ba matchups. Um, we have really done very well on these things. And it might Mikey and successes is no, the team behind me, so I just try to keep up. What we're doing, and I just know we're gonna win. In the end. I may not win every weekend. I may even have a losing month or two for the year. And I have mean maybe because I had a streak there. 10 months in a row, nine months, Rory. Why want so? Um, it's just, you know, we just keep keep working. We'll work hard team works all day. Reading social media means so much to give a nugget of information of the people. Just follow your players while follow your coaches. Follow your assistant coaches. Follow your trainers. There's so many little nuggets of information you can pick up just following silver media. However, I know a lot of work on like my old man told me, Bill, you take the fun out of gambling. But this really isn't gambling for me. This is a business, so I know in the end, I'm gonna win. I'm gonna win that 345% clip 2% clip, depending on which sport it is. And it is the business, so I have to treat it that way. And that's really it had another rambling on for 10 minutes straight from the game, and that's right now it's great stuff. And look, if you're winning at that percentage, and people need to get the app at crack winds crack with a K and a An ability is one of the most honest people I've ever met my life, many straight shooter and always took pride in helping out the small guy, always that people just like we'd be walking through a casino so they could crack, then you and asked him for a play. And I remember, you know, Bill coming on my show later on in Legacy Stadium and and he's like Gosh, dang, I'm like, what's wrong? Because I That play gave that guy to lose it. And I was like, because I know the guy only put probably $22 on it. He goes. He goes in here and worry more about that guy's $22 in the three times I got on the game, you know, later on or whatever it was. It was just crazy. I mean, you had that feeling that you just always wanted to, you know, to help out the small guy, But there were those other guys that take you off. Where if they'd ask you for a play, you come up. You give him a play, and then they go. All right. Well, can I parlay with you? You're like, Are you kidding me? You know, like you can't. Some people just can't be happy. But you know it is what it is, man. And you've been doing this for a long time. Bill. You're very generous. You always happen. And that's just who you are. Is there, uh, something that he noticed a cz forest with everything being in bubbles like the N B a NHL Your team have to notice any types of trends or has been better for you because of We isolated, you know, only a couple of ice hockey rinks. You got one in Toronto One and continue got the bubble. They're pretty N B a in Vienna in Orlando. I just didn't know if that maybe came into play on some of the success that you're having. Well, First of all, he's talking about the bubble. I hope the NFL can learn something here from the embassy. They have done it right. They have done a well um I I really hope we get and I fell in a very, very bummed that we're not going to have the Los Angeles Raiders of the Lost Vegas Raiders here with fans that really bothered me. Here we are. Beautiful stadium. I just grow by it. I was like how the light can I haven't seen the light like the light on the stadium. It's just so beautiful. What a great job. They did. They they they rushed to get the stadium done. And here we are. We're not gonna have fans here in Las Vegas for our Raiders, So it's very It's very you know, while reality so I heard today..
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"Ron woolfe joins us on sports byline. Usa and we can now say a member of the pro football hall of fame. He was the general manager. The Green Bay packers in his credited with bringing success to a packers franchise that rarely wondering the two decades prior to Ron joining the organization. He also played a significant role in personnel decisions and operations with the Oakland. Los Angeles Raiders as well Ron. I know that going into the hall of fame means different things to different people. I'm sure with coaches. It's one thing with players. It's another thing but you've been a major contributor to football for a long time. Which got the that honor. Tell me a little about what your reaction was to it. Well first of all it was wanted shock to have an opportunity to to be thought of in. That vein is an incredible experience for someone like myself. It's not something you think about as you as you work every day. I spent thirty eight active years working primarily in the personnel and of the National Football League. So you don't You don't you don't ever see or think that you're going to get an opportunity to one day where that gold jacket and Lo and behold that presented itself so. I'm still in shock. I'm still on all over it and It's a it's an honor a lot. A lot of people played a very important role and What I was able to do to help me along and I look at it more more or less as a team thing than anything else A lot helping Green Bay and had a lot of help obviously an open so I can't take credit for a lot of things that went on and Oakland but certainly in Green Bay. I'm very proud of what we're able to accomplish there and How we resurrected that franchise. Let me ask you because you did make an art form in other words personnel evaluation. You had touch. You had a feel for tell me a little bit about how that developed in You. Gravitated to that direction and football. Well I had a tremendous teacher. I was Nineteen sixty three. I was brought to Oakland As as a talent assistant Under Al Davis and he sat with me and taught me every aspect of town evaluation. It was a wonderful time for me. American football raiders. American football league There were only eight teams. We had thirty three players so that meant a whole. There were two hundred and forty four players. We would sit in the room at night. Alan and myself with the four other coaches that we had and we studied each team and we broke it down by position. So I'm saying we that's not. I shouldn't say that they really did. I was sitting in their absorbing. But you could watch for example Who the best left tackle who the best corners were things of that nature and by repetitive nature. I always like to compare everything by comparison variable there. We were able to ascertain who the best players were at each position in the American football league That's an education. Anybody would love to have I was always big on comparison. Compare one player to another. And that's Kinda how I learned. It did yeah. He had a particular philosophy about evaluating players. No matter what the position was Ron he really did sizes fever very important to him And he stressed that And he was always looking for explosive players. Both sides with a ball is looking for different makers on offense and difference makers on defense. Obviously he felt and I'm sure everybody is well aware of that. That followed the raiders. During that time then order to shut it team down you need to corners and someone who could apply pressure As as a rusher but he really stressed the cornerback. Position and offensively It was a receiver position. I think he's lean to that a little bit because that's what he coached. Did he adjust his a playing philosophy for the team to the players that he had or did the players did he go out and draft players that fit his philosophy of how he wanted the team to play? He went out and drafted players. That would sit as philosophy of how you want to wanted. The team supply He he wasn't He had he was Said his mind which way he wanted to go and the particular players he wanted to play for him and that's why he was able to acquire so many really good players in trades like Willie Brown here addiction to name a few. Those are for the the really old raider fans guys like Tom. Keating and eventually he ended up Making the raiders who are also ran into just a championship caliber team in fact. It's probably the only team when you stop and think about that when you think of the Oakland Raiders. You think of one person. You don't think of a player you think of. Al Davis and He's just a remarkable remarkable remarkable Executive in professional football. Let me ask you about the the move from Oakland Los Angeles. Oakland is obviously a blue collar type of town. The fans were that way as well. Los Angeles is Hollywood down. There did that. Have any effect on the raiders. That moved down there a very interesting question I I. I'm not sure I don't think so. I think you know if you second guess or Be like a Monday morning quarterback. I'm not sure we went to the you know. In retrospect looking back. Now I'm not sure we went to the right place. Maybe we should've tried to go to Pasadena Planet Rose Bowl something like that. But I don't think had any Any big effect I. It was a lot different though. I mean suddenly. You had limousines appearing in the parking lot take in players to engagements at night. You know. We never had that up at Oakland. Find funny if you think about it. Ron And you know the Oakland areas well in the seventies they had the Oakland A.'s. And of course the story with them was they had so much talent but when they were off the field they be fighting in the locker room. And then you think about the Raiders Oakland Raiders and they had all these distinct personalities crazy guys as well. I mean when you've got somebody like a Kenny Stabler and an Jack Tatum. But yet when they got on the field they played so well and so successfully. Is that something? That's just in the air in Oakland or was it just a philosophy by the people who are running those teams you think I think we had great great locker room presence. The people in the locker room ran. I'm talking about the players and this show is Jim Auto. Then it became Gene upshaw became Dave Dhabi. We have guys those guys the locker room. They police themselves if he has somebody on a little bit off kilter or off Center. He was quickly. Grab back and forced to succumb to their pressure. If you will and it was always about playing a game always about playing a game. What were the challenges for you? When in nineteen seventy five you joined the expansion Tampa Bay buccaneers. You were the vice president of operations and you help build that team. That would advance the seventy nine. Nfc Championship game taking a team from scratch in building it. Tell me about what that was like and what we are. Philosophy was in building it. Well very interesting experience for me. You know and I'm on to my own horn here as the only real expansion team before free agency in four years that in four years played championship game for the right to go to the Super Bowl. No one else ever did not Tom Landry. Not Tex Schramm where the cowboys. Paul Brown with the Bengals so I am very very proud of that now. It was a very big learning experience because unfortunately in that time period there were no quarterbacks that were available. Those two years were disastrous. Seventy five and seventy six in the draft or seventy six seventy seven. I should say seventy six seventy so The best quarterback to come out was a fellow by name. Steve Berg And you know yeah very nice career. We couldn't hit. We could not find one. It was very very frustrating to me because I believe in order to be successful in the in the national football league. You have to have a quarterback and We just couldn't come up with on when you look at the Success that they had in going to that. Nfc Championship game in about a minute. What was the key to that season? You know I was fired by the seventy nine the seventy nine but you put you put the building blocks in place. Yeah we had sixteen or seventeen guys that I had something to do with ever that were playing in that game on both sides. I think what happened was Play better football team playing some. They had one heck of a defense Leroy Salman is a good football player as As anybody's ever going to see I I've only been around one guy very similar to him. That'd be Reggie White with the packers. And and how long with the raiders? I shouldn't say one guy that's two guys. They're so he was. He was a dominant football player. As those other two guys were but I think that's it. I think just the rams were better team. Ron Hold on just a second. We're talking with Ron. Woolfe member of the football hall of fame. We'll talk about those great years up in Green Bay and how he put that team together as well and we do that as we continue across country and around the world on sports byline. Have.
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"Has joined us here on sports byline. We're talking about his life and his career offensive. Lineman played for the Washington Redskins for his entire thirteen year career and he went to four pro bowls. He also went to four super bowls winning three of them. Seventeen twenty two and twenty six and he was named the NFL's one thousand nine hundred eighty s all decade team. In as one of the seventy greatest redskins he played his College Ball at Louisville. Let's talk about Joe Gibbs for just a second. Tell me a little bit about how he brought this team along. Joe Factor in quite a bit because of his offense of mine and the way he can make adjustments during the game halftime of game and to put us in position to be successful. What we have on the offense of Fox you know we had the guys up from AL principle. We had the running back. We had a very good quarterback at all those times that we play and Gel was very good at putting personnel together as far as what their abilities for and who to do certain things and we have different packages that came in about for different things that we wanted to run. When you look at Joe Gibbs coaching style was he a raw type of Guy. Did he give very exciting HALF TIME OR PRE GAME? Speeches or what? What type of Temperament did he have. Well I don't know if I would call Joe Roff type of guy. I think Joe was very very cobb and very straightforward and then he treated us like man and told us what the situation was stacked and what we needed to do to be successful weekend week out and he addressed things that way and they'll tell them what we needed to do but we needed to go out there and they didn't give us any rob. Ross speeches and I think the guys kind of knew that and he balked ass together that fit his personality and stuff that we kind of blended all together one group. You Know Joe Gibbs. I like into being like Vince. Lombardi the same type of temperament and I just wondered how he dealt with John Regan's because John was a free spirit I don't think there was any doubt about that as well and John of course Reminded me of some of the players that obviously Vince had on his squad as well and I just wonder how he dealt with him. How many look upon John? I think John was treated to fly. The rest of us were treated and there was some issue that Joe. Ask Not what this job and any other individual impact team and wasn't brought out in front of the team that loses dealt with on the individual basis and jobs office as far as what needed to be addressed. And how things need to handle Joe handle it that way and a Lotta guys that if we all expect that we did not want to be I guess embarrassed in front of our peers and Joe knew that he treated us like the man that were and then they expected that and then a quiet one on one basis some issue the Joe was also very I guess motivating his way he wasn't it wasn't a guy that got up very raw. He had all this assistant coaches that job with very into game plan and knew what needed to be done and you knew that because he knew what he put out there and be very competent weekend awake out looking at the game clancy create a course so we use surprised that when he did leave. Footba any went into NASCAR racing that he had success in that sport as well as what he had in football. No surprise me knowing his personality and knowing how his organization and how he works and how he brings in the right people for the right situation then surround themselves but the best people he needs to have to be successful and he did that and he's continuing to still do that and and how he treats everybody as Human Beings has man as soda employees and he takes care of people. I think you know as well as I do. Joe that the Redskins had one play. That was kind of their bread and butter. Play was the counter. Trey tell me a little bit about why that was so effective effectiveness from my viewpoint as because of the motion and the Backfield The running back with step opposite to the direction he was going to end up running to and the plot side that we were running to but blocking everybody now and would leave two guys left for the pulling guard and tackle the pickup one dogwood kick out one and the tackle which what that myself pulling up for the other individual that was the last and that the flow of it would get the flow of the people throwing away from the direction you were running and made it easier for the sideline because blocking everybody down. Keep going in that direction. Let me ask a little bit about that. Play as well because I remember watching it so many times and seeing you out in front and you know you're a big dude you're over. Three hundred pounds stood at six seven. And and everything. Was there anything that stood out about that play consistently That made it successful that you'll not forget well. I just think that many times that we ran over the years it's three or four years and to come around and always be running into. That's not sometimes back the majority of time to buy coming around. I would be leading up on the secondary people because our other side of the line at such outstanding job and walled off you know down linemen and the linebackers only thing that was left but some secondary for me to pick up. Let's talk about super bowl seventeen You defeated the Miami Dolphins twenty seven seventeen in your first super bowl and you concluded season which the players strike short in that season. Actually denying games but it was the seventeen unanswered points in the second half that gain the super bowl record. Two hundred and seventy six yards. Tell me a little bit about that game from your perspective. Well we knew we kind of had a way advantage over the dolphins defensive fry and it was just a matter of time that we will wear that decent soprano down and we did it system we can met with the offense a bribe in town then and bring in that running back John Records out that you know more than Davos. The big played started happening. We have the big play with hit for the fourth of want with John's going from forty three yards out that time the game in our favorite we got the lead and then we just ran the clock out for there and we ought that running game. We were able to hit. Some play. Action passes off of the score touchdowns that way so it was a combination of having a strong run again though about passing game for some big play what. I remember about Super Bowl. Twenty two down in San Diego was down there. You guys win that game. Of course. Defeating the broncos forty two to ten you fall behind in the first quarter ten nothing and then you scored forty two unanswered points including a record thirty five in the second quarter. Doug Williams was your quarterback and I what I remember about. It was the silliness of the press during that week. During a press meeting Doug Williams was asked. How long have you been a black quarterback arbor member go of the things that came back? Doug Fan Online. What do you? What do you think was the key guys ripping off the thirty five points in that second quarter arrive it was? It's hard to say what triggered it but once it started. I mean that I play that. We started the second quarter. Doug had ricky sanders on a basic hits patter and we had a press corner. And he gave the signal for hitching Dell and then Vicky basis guy. There's an eighty yard touchdown and then the gates. Kinda open up then the running game with tending Smith and we're hitting long run for you know the counter gain and it was just Nonstop I've never been involved with all the years I've been involved with a thought that we ran. It was only eighteen. Plays and three hundred sixty seven yards of offense and thirty five points fifteen minutes. There was less than ten minutes about five minutes. We scored all yeah. I remember that and I said this game is over with Super Bowl. Twenty-six you defeated the Buffalo Bills. Thirty seven twenty four and you became the fourth team to win three super bowls along with Pittsburgh Oakland and San Francisco. You guys went fourteen and two during the regular season scored a Lotta points. Four hundred and eighty five and you want your third Or Joe Gibbs one is Is Third String quarterback out there mark rippin as the quarterback and you jumped out to a twenty four nothing lead in the third quarter and it was pretty much over by then. Yeah that was something that You know we were well-balanced that year between what market do mark a very good long ball throw and we had the three wide receiver set with our Gary Clark and Ricky Sanders. We had the ten them. In the backfield that gave us balanced. And what the thing I remember that as are decent and how they hammered Buffa Jim Kelly competing next game that are decent gave us great turnovers and stuff and short positions on the field that we were able to take advantage of and then we came out. Start in the second half Kurkova Septum on check it back to the two yard line and all we have to assist Ranchero Greg off one side and we scores so we were just a team on a mission that year we will well round that both sides of the ball offset the deep pets and we ended up going all the way it was a very satisfying and very very joyful experience to see all that come together on both sides of the ball like that and the Redskins of course we're going for their fourth super bowl the thrill of victory and the agony defeat in this one and it was super bowl number twenty eight. You lose it to the Los Angeles Raiders. Thirty eight to nine have you and reflection thought back as to what the hell happened in that game. Well we just got beat that You know we were a better team that we play them earlier that year. Shubaiba about three on our field and they they had a very good team and you know league play very well like played extremely well and they capitalize on our mistakes and we took that a screen pass Be Right before half they take in a touchdown we have tons. I think block so but they make they make the most of they capitalize lies on what we gave a return. Open some stuff. We didn't play very well. They play great and that was something that.
"los angeles raiders" Discussed on Plan B Success
"Hey greetings everyone and welcome back to another episode of Plan B's success today. You've got someone who's going to discuss a very noble concept with us. Pd CLAM CAR has been an investment banker and Adela bird throughout his career and decided to take a put. Get into something that's hot and heavy with in the startup space for those of you. Who over and Uber's founder Travis? Who's kind of painting towards? Would THEY CALL GHOST KITCHENS? That's what we are hearing of a fleet. Well Peter's already there so Peter runs a ghost kitchen company which will figure out what goes kitchens are all about talking to Peter and it's called Cordelia so welcome Peter. Great to be here. Thank you for having me so. Why don't you educators about what ghosts kitchens are all about so more and more people are ordering food from a mobile phone or a website and in reality? You don't know where your food is coming from. You think it might be coming from McDonald's on the corner or the restaurant and the casino or the place that you've gone to for drinks to watch sports but you really don't know All you know is that in thirty minutes. There's going to be somebody knocking on your door or standing outside your apartment and they will have or you will plastic bag with your lunch or dinner your breakfast or midnight snack and essentially if you own a restaurant and you have your successful and you have a lot of orders coming in. That means your kitchen stress. You're diners will be sitting there and it will take them longer to get their dinner out from the kitchen because you're making to go letters no also clogged. You're waiting area with Uber. Drivers Post drivers and other delivery services were coming in to pick up orders. A ghost kitchen essentially eliminates all the IMPRIMIS dining. So there's no tables. There is no bar. There's no a nothing inside of it except the kitchen and a delivery area. That's essentially what goes kitchen. It's who is it something like if I were to compare this you know we hear about brands like Nike. For instance. Right Shoes Nike well known brand but they could be getting their shoes made somewhere in Asia and then anywhere right. It's it's essentially. The brand is what drives everything now. It doesn't matter Where it is. It's a brand that someone is comfortable with so whether it's a famous chef or where. I believe it's going is going to be influencers. Sports stars anyone who has a large following. They can have a restaurants now. Mitch Sir kind of Della little deeper into your background. Investment banking development to go skins. How did that happen though? Twenty plus years. I worked in New York City in various aspects of banking funds. Taking companies public grinding. Money doing deals Ed. About three years ago I decided it was signed for a life change. I wanted to move to the west coast better weather. I'm a single parent and it was a little easier to raise a child in a what. I would call more normal environment or less stress environment than midtown Manhattan. Although love New York missing everyday things have to change sometimes for the needs of a family so we settled in Las Vegas and I had a an opportunity. You purchase a restaurant at the restaurant. A called. The blind pig is literally in the shadow of the BLASIO. The Aria the entire Las Vegas chip you can see from the parking lot It's less than a mile away. I got very lucky because a year after I got here. The Los Angeles Raiders decided to build a stadium one mile from the restaurant where the only restaurant that decent restaurant. It's not fast food. That close to the stadium so. I have this restaurant but running a single restaurant in Las Vegas. Not that interesting to me. I decided that there has to be a way to expand. There has to be a way to grow. It has to be a way to do something to create more value and more excitement than selling hamburgers to tourists on dean. Martin drive in Las Vegas although that's a noble profession in a lot of fun on on a lot of And that's where we decided in a previous life. I had done a number of deals with recognized brand names celebrities. Mike Tyson Michael Jordan The CW net word Disney. Just Nascar. I Don a number of different Brand I haven't worked with the current president of the United States when the television show so Seeing looking at that that background and looking at what I had which was forty million tourists coming into Las Vegas and all of those hotel rooms and a desire to have a business model that could be scaled and take in other cities and build off of what we had. That's how we came up with the the concept of not only using the ghosts kitchen because our goal is to find the next Gordon Ramsay and we think he or she is GonNa come from the APP world not from a brick and mortar restaurant and to create our own brand whether we partner with a famous celebrity. Or somebody with sixty million Instagram followers. If you want to have your own restaurant you can now spend thirty thousand dollars instead of a million dollars and have a restaurant mended. Cordier kitchens foam so accordia with form. I basically used a an old company and I heard that the restaurant in two thousand seventeen and we've been working on the concept of the past year We're getting ready to launch a couple of brands and looking or another a tenant or two but we want the right tenant and then we have a partnership in Los Angeles now With a commercial kitchen out there in the Hollywood area to service the Hollywood trade area. So how does this work? So you have the space you have the kitchen. And if I'm a brand I come to you and say I want to start my own restaurant. So do I get my own Kooks and lease space from you as well as equipment done really well? There's two ways. Ideally from a corporate standpoint. I want to create our own brands. I WANNA partner with somebody with sixty million instagram followers and have that person's virtual restaurants and that can then be scaled. All over the world. You can do it in you can partner with other local restaurants. Just like a franchise except there's no building it only exists on the APP but if you are an aspiring chef it. You're the best cupcake in Las Vegas and you want to open up a cupcake delivery service. You can rent space from us and we have the kitchen. We have a we have licenses. Everything is in place in so you can create a business just out of basically renting a little space from us but then you have to market so theoretically you saved money. Not Opening that buying shares Dish wear not hiring lawyers to get your proper license so you can go in market. Ideally if you have a following you'll be able to take that following you. Can you can create a additional business. Just by selling pooh-poohed services to the following you have a big brand new have a million followers of thirty thousand dollars but it's a local area. You can now have your own kitchen and you got your plan. The kitchen and shows up on a UBER APP on coast mates and you send out an email to all your followers that today. We're having special Entrepreneurial Sandwiches and twelve ninety five and you can order them from plan. B Kitchen Breeze. Add you participate in that revenue in. All you've done is essentially send out an email all right so you know. I'm still trying to slice and dice the concept here. So is it possible to outsource the entire kitchen cooking? And then just be responsible for the Brandon. Marketing is that is that we would do that. It your brand is big in. Your brand is big enough. We would work out a licensing arrangement and handle all aspects of it and just send you a check. I think we're having those conversations now with some sports stars in new celebrities and of course from a marketing standpoint. Funniest part is now. Maybe the celebrity will deliver your dinner and There are many ways to To use that and from how to reach the customer had to stay with the customer food is something that they are every day so they really liked the Britney spears cookies you can order them every day and have it be delivered to you so you mentioned two things you mentioned ghost kitchens and then you also mentioned. Look you'll restaurants if I remember why we learn having So can you explain the difference between the two so the ghost kitchen is the physical location that where it is a industrial size kitchen a commercial kitchen? Where items are prepared. A virtual restaurant is a restaurant that exists only on a website an act and it's delivered by a third party all right so what's what's the plan with ordeal. Are you looking at going growing national international so our our our goal is of course to to do two things to find the next the next Giada bind the next John. George 'cause they're out there and they're going to come from this type of platform you're not gonNA from working their way up in kitchen somewhere and then eventually cobbling together. Some investors and opening a restaurant on the becomes the success. That model is not. It will come from because no one goes to restaurants anymore. I got an email from my kids will the other day. Don't send Uber. Each to the school is too many of them so parents aren't making their kid's lunch anymore. They're sending Uber each to the school. The society's changing we each changes. Everyone wants to day delivery Amazon and they want thirty minutes delivery of their food so our goal is to create a to be one of the first to develop big brands and then we can partner with or by local restaurants throughout the country. They're all starving. They're dying and we know because we're in that business where does in Vegas in Los Angeles and we don't need all that. We don't need to spend a lot of money to be in a high traffic location because the traffic comes from the phone. The champion comes from marketing. Traffic Instagram is no longer comes from cars. Driving by doesn't come from anything other than good yelp reviews a big brand and a convenient to the customer. We live in a convenience world now. No one wants to go anywhere. Do you believe that overtime over the next ten plus years. Do you think finding a restaurant than going out and eating. Is that going to be a more of a privileged than commonplace? No I think we'RE GONNA see A. We're going to see a hot very high end special occasion anniversary birthday or retirement. Gold Wide Celebration type place and then rooms.
"los angeles raiders" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"He named himself the miniature minister of culture for their new basketball arena. I've been to Texas games where he has been on the sidelines. I mean he is all in. He is all in on the university of. Texas lives and dies without team. How about number nine number? Ashley Judd university of Kentucky, which no. Now she comes from an incredibly famous family, mom and sister are singers, Naomi, Judd, and Winona Judd. And she sits in the student section at basketball and football games. She was consoling players after their loss and the twenty fifteen final four so she's not up in the luxury suites. She is sitting with the fans Ashley Judd, number nine number eight Billy crystal for years and years, when the Lakers were cool. Billy, crystal was with the clippers now the clippers now it's okay to be a clipper fan, but when they were awful and embarrassing. Now, you also pulls double duty as a Yankee fan, but he went to the games when nobody was in to the clippers he once joked and compared it to watching a minor league team. He commented a game with Ralph Lawler this year. And so he kind of a Yankee and he started with a clipper bad. Yeah. Yeah. A Drake is number seven Toronto rap. Actors he became the team's global ambassador in twenty and thirteen. I think he's on the paycheck somewhere. Toronto native hip hop. Superstar the team has an annual Drake night. He's at number seven. Number six Tom Brady once said he'd want Mark Wahlberg to play him. If there was a Tom Brady movie. Mark Wahlberg with the New England Patriots of Boston native reportedly placed a heavy bet on the patriots to win last season's Super Bowl two months before the season started a he also famously left the patriots comeback Super Bowl. Fifty one he was so disgusted. He left Mark Wahlberg all in on the patriots number five big in a Boston. Ben Affleck and Matt Damon with the Red Sox. So that's kind of they, they were goodwill hunting and Red Sox was my first introduction to both. They grew up in Cambridge, Damon narrated their two thousand seven DVD World Series win, by the way. Wasn't Affleck, curse for years, because on Ben Affleck's birthday for years, the Red Sox never won on his birthday. And finally, in twenty fifteen number four Bill Murray in the cubs, he grew up locally in Evanston. Outside of Chicago. He was kind of the celebrity face of their two thousand sixteen World Series. Run, he named his son Homer. In honor of the cubs legend, Ernie banks filled in for Harry Carey in the booth more than once. The north side Bill Murray cubs. Number three, gotta give loved ice cube and the raiders LA raiders, both Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders, he made the raiders kind of black cap sort of synonymous. With hip hop culture, he's considered the leader of the raider nation. A very vocal group member. He produced a thirty for thirty about the raiders when they were in Los Angeles. He released a couple of tracks that he called raider anthems ice cube all in sports fan comes to Spike Lee, and the Knicks Spike Lee was voters taunting. Reggie Miller or not spike. Lee was very symbolic of nineteen eighties NBA basketball. It was the Hatfield McCoy feud with Reggie Miller and Spike Lee, he moved to Brooklyn his parents moved into Brooklyn as a kid, and by the way, spike won an Oscar this year. Remember that? So he is the only person in Madison Square Garden who actually has a trophy. Cheap shots. This famous moment was very funny moment. Ninety five and he was doing the whole choke thing to Reggie Miller and Reggie Miller came out and just foam. Bo. Bo. Three three three and did the back to Spike Lee, and number one, number one, basically, he invented the courtside fan was Jack Nicholson, and Jack Nicholson at the time was the biggest star in Hollywood. He was Hollywood's. I mean it was like, you know, you went from, like James Dean rock Hudson. Like Jack Nicholson, for about twenty-five years was the biggest star in Hollywood. And he was he was a Laker season ticket holder since the seventies, and we saw him age before our eyes, the Showtime Lakers..
"los angeles raiders" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And I think it's really really cool. What do you think is going to be the makeup of a raiders game? Well, first of all, you know for the road team. There will be a normal an enormous number of fans checking in we get a look at the schedule, and they will say, oh, we're going to go watch our team play the raiders and that new stadium. You know, we're gonna stay in one of the one of the many hotels, we've got more hotel rooms anybody. So we're gonna have a very very large contingent of visiting fans. I don't think there's any question about that. But the southern California raider fan base, and it's a significant fanbase because the raiders want us to for bowl when they were the Los Angeles Raiders fan base will find that they already know the Las Vegas is closer than going up to Oakland to watch the raiders. So I would expect southern California the raider fans turn out in force. And then the the premier tickets the luxury boxes. Has purchased obviously by the casinos and that will be split. There'll be raider fans as well. As out of town fans who will score those. We'll score those good tickets. And then as as they grow the community will embrace them the difference being that the the Golden Knights were born here, they're not moving here. So it's it's like this is our team the Golden Knights. The raiders will have to earn that. Okay. And there's no doubt on my mind that they will going forward. And we'll see how the fan experience is what they think about going into the stadium. Transportation will be critical sixty five thousand is a lot different than eighteen thousand at a hockey game. So there's work to doing that area are going forward. But but there's no question that this is going to be a terrific stadium experience. And we'll see how the fan base develops interesting. Brent? Always great talking to thanks for making the time. You know, you're very busy. Make sure you check out Brent, visit dot com Vegas, sports and information network and check out the show my guys in the desert swells. All the great stuff all all day long. We always appreciate it. We'll talk to you soon. All right, John, go Tober. Hey, Tommy is in the Atlantis in Reno. He's checking out he's got a tournament going on tonight. There's Brent Musburger. We're open. We'll reset everything coming up next obviously big game tonight for the warriors against the nuggets. Set that up at the beginning of the show will reset all that stuff plus money pulled just re tweeted something nothing to do with sports. But I believe it is I was gonna say critical to bring up it is not critical. But it is interesting, and we'll do that coming to maximum. We'll reset all the warriors stuff. Like, you said we're open until seven, and we got countdown to tip off got all that coming up only here on these sports leader Tolbert.
"los angeles raiders" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Month old child inside has been found parked on the street in Venice, it was stolen the marina del Rey. Earlier today. When the mother of the child went into a store for about twenty minutes a child is safe. The thief got away. Two people have been killed in a fire in Carson firefighters had to the fire. Started early this morning at a building that had been converted into a living space. An animal was also killed in the fire. Mayor Garcetti is in Atlanta at the Mercedes Benz stadium. Oil is getting ready to go there to watch the Super Bowl said he's going to be at the game. Tomorrow to watch the Rams take on the New England Patriots for the Lombardi trophy. Mayor played a key role in bringing the Rams back to L A after they spend twenty three seasons in Saint Louis Rams have never won a Super Bowl while based in Los Angeles. The last L A NFL team to win. It was then the Los Angeles Raiders at defeated Washington in Super Bowl ten make that Super Bowl. Eighteen at Tampa stadium in Tampa, Florida, and you can listen to the Super Bowl fifty three tomorrow on AM, five seventy sports. It is the worst hotel ever more. Specifically brought worst a local butcher in the southern German town of Richard Bach owns the sausage hotel. The hotel is decked out in. Everything sausage from wallpaper and sausage shaped pillows and soap two hooks on the ceiling with real sausage hanging from them. The brought theme continues into the restaurant. There are normal things like brats on a bun and sausage samplers. They're also, let's normal things. Like brought where soup and brought salad and for dessert brought worst ice cream and chocolate pudding with slices of bratwurst. Amy king KFI news.
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"LAPD says a stolen Honda SUV with a twenty month old child inside has been found parked on a street in Venice. It was stolen the marina. Del Rey this afternoon. When the mother of the child apparently went into a store for about twenty minutes. She came out the SUV was gone. The child is now safe. But apparently, the thief got away to people have been killed in a fire in Carson firefighters say the fire started early this morning at a building that had been converted into a living space and animal was also killed in the fire. Mayor Garcetti is in Atlanta Mercedes Benz stadium to watch the Super Bowl Garcetti is going to be at the game. Tomorrow to watch the Rams take on the New England Patriots for the Lombardi trophy. He may have played a key role in bringing the Rams back to LA after they spend twenty three seasons and Saint Louis Rams have never won a Super Bowl while based in the LA last LA NFL team to win. It all was the then Los Angeles Raiders who defeated Washington in Super Bowl. Eighteen Tampa stadium in Tampa, Florida. You can listen to Super Bowl fifty three tomorrow on AM five seventy K L A C L A sports. It is the worst hotel ever more. Specifically brought worst a local butcher in the southern German town of ritter's Bach owns the sausage hotel. The hotel is decked out in everything sausage from wallpaper and sausage shaped pillows and soap two hooks on the ceiling with real sausage hanging from them. The brought theme continues into the restaurant. There are normal things. Like brought on a bun and sausage samplers. There are also less normal things like brought were soup and brought salad and for dessert brought worst ice cream and chocolate pudding with slices of bratwurst. Amy king KFI news. Lots of rain lots of flooding. That's right. If you're traveling in the. Mid city area the ten west at Vermont avenue. The left.
"los angeles raiders" Discussed on KCRW
"On a Super Bowl fifty three. They don't still by calling that game at the Superdome in New Orleans. The kit came after a controversial, no call a pass interference by referees. At some folks, they could have swung the game the other way, but the game is set. Rams patriots Sunday February third it'll be young versus veteran with twenty four year old quarterback Jared Goff, looking to lead the Rams to victory against forty one year old patriot quarterback Tom Brady Rams the comeback before they had the comeback to go into overtime yesterday and head coach Sean McVeigh says his team showed a lot of fortitude. Just so happy for these players for these coaches, but a lot of respect for the for the saints. And you know, we're excited about getting a chance to move on and playing Atlanta. Wow. That's where the Super Bowl is set to be played at the Mercedes Benz dome. The stadium there in Atlanta, Georgia nineteen Eighty-four, by the way was the year that the Los Angeles Raiders beat the Redskins to win at all the last team from Los Angeles to do that in the NFL. So who are you picking to win the big game? Live in southern California. Probably say the Rams, right? But at the moment. At the moment right now must biggest doesn't necessarily agree with you. Here's KCRW sterile Asman. The Rams open the bedding as one point favorites. But it appears most of the money so far is backing the patriots within hours the betting line shifted and the casinos now have the patriots as slight favorites. That's not surprising since New England has played in eight Super Bowls with quarterback Tom Brady winning five of them. Of course. None of this matters much to the Rams and head coach, Sean McVeigh, we got two more weeks left and see if we can end this thing with real big smiles after the next game. The last time the Rams were in the Super Bowl was in two thousand two when they were the Saint Louis Rams, and they lost to you know, who the patriots. That was a long time ago two thousand and two the Rams were heavy betting favorites over the patriots back in that game. But they fell by a score of twenty two seventeen. That was also the less time. The patriots were an underdog in the Super Bowl support for NPR comes from the Charles Stewart and Motte foundation supporting.
"los angeles raiders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And we have garnered the most important football game of the season. Tomorrow roughly about fourteen hours. You are gonna have arise glued to channel. Four to watch. The patriots take on. I always have to pause Los Angeles charges. My temptation to say the previous name is strong. But hopefully this hour I won't slip and to help me to guide me is my buddy from TV four. We used to be neighbors live in the same building until we moved over here to Medford, but I'm welcoming Mr. Steve Burton program director for WBZ TV channel four Steve. Good evening. I'm fine. And let me say happy new year to you. Happy new year to you. How many players twenty you? Take a pause to say the LA chargers. Ghetto many players in the patriots locker room have called this team San Diego. I'm guessing it's number. Number eight. They have to think about it themselves all of our lives, all of our funny football watching lives, you know, this happened when the Oakland Raiders became the Los Angeles Raiders and next year when they become the Las Vegas rate is I know people will make the same mistake. Some it's very deep inside. Yeah. But I'll tell you one thing this team has fired up and ready to go. Don't be surprised if you don't see a thermometer right outside the charges lock when they come onto the field to remind them all could remind him just to let them know. How cold it really is? Study cal. And sunny California anymore. Exactly. Correct. So that may be the first thing they see before they before they come on the field. You have been covering all sports, but you've been covering football since you were a kid because of your father and you have insights onto both not both all three phases of the game offense defense and special teams. Did you see anything today that you would feel that coach Bela check and his staff will pick on if I'm saying if they beat? Why did it? I am stated. They beat the chargers. You're already looking forward. You already looking ahead to next week. I'm saying I'm saying if if they beat the chargers and then go to Kansas City play the chiefs. Did you see anything that's like a weakness that can be exploited? Well, I think that one of the things that they wanna do it. Because that stadium is one of the loudest statements in the NFL if not the loudest, yes, they want to take that crowd out of the game. Right. From the get go. You know? So that fast start has to be obviously want to get off tomorrow. Yes. Kansas City is is even more important because to silence the crowd, which is going to be tough to do. I can't believe you're talking about this. But I decided that crowd. They have to be able to do that. Well, I won't have you next week. So we've gotta talk about tomorrow's game and next week's game. Only been Dan mentioned the game in Atlanta three weeks down the road. But I I have to talk about playing the chargers. Right. Hopefully, if they beat the charges hoping that they do then it's a rematch of a game. We saw in the first third of the season. Yeah. And it was so long ago, you know, and and the patriots obviously came out on top of that game. And can't say would love to have a obviously a rematch. Take it to their house. But we'll see what happens. It's far as the charges are concerned. I think the patriots. I just wanted to rattle rivers and people think, you know, obviously the future hall of Famer, but he can be people don't notice he can be rattled. Yes. And he has a tendency the difference between him and Brady Brady can let go of a bad play wherever told onto it. Yes. So rivers makes about wants to trash talk a lot. And here's the thing about Philip rivers. He doesn't swear. But he loves to try stock, and if you can get in his head which have been able to do this year, but he gets oversight. He can oh, you know, sometimes second stuff up too much and if he makes a bad play. It's hard for him to let it go. You know, who used to be like that who is obviously in the memory of everybody is being a hall of fame quarterback Peyton Manning when he made a bad play on the sidelines. It looked like he wanted to cry. Right. You saw that that baby face expression on self and he would. Yeah. But you're right about that. But Peyton could let it go. Then rivers cat. Okay. Is more like a he's don't get me wrong. I don't want to you know, he's obviously very very good. But he's the type of guy that holds it in in. And then all of a sudden, we'll let it out on the sideline, and he's very very emotional. And a lotta time second hurt a lot of times that can help lifted this team. He's scared to get this far. But I think the patriots are try to get us at the mall. And I I have no way of knowing. I do not know personally any player on the patriots team. But I'm gonna say this look for defensively patriots. Players to try and jump routes. Of chargers on offense. I I don't know why I feel that way. I think. Philip rivers telegraphs to the whole world. He's about to do bring up an excellent point. Here's the thing accurate. But all floats, he sidearm. So h h got the most awkward motion. But you know, you can't criticize the guy because he's he's done. So well, but when you say the at the box jumping roles they will try and do that because his ball takes a little extra time to get there. Right. It hangs in the air a little bit longer. So these guys they have a feeling they can come up with some picks tomorrow. You know, it's like Mattie ice in Atlanta, obviously, Mahomes, and Kansas City. They've got zip on the ball. Right there. Ball gets to a receiver in the blink of an eye. But they're, but they're, but they're releases over the top rivers comes from the side in, you know, it's really awkward. How we throws. He does get it there. But it takes a little longer. So the deep at the backs feel like they can jump to routes. You know, okay. It can be very. But I think. Four point spread. And I think the patriots. Extremely confident they'll be moving on to to Kansas City, and I do too. And when I don't feel confident I'll stay shame to say. I don't think the Celtics will ex I don't think the Red Sox who do that. Speaking of the Celtics. They lost by a bucket tonight. Against Orlando in the Bruins one up in Toronto three to to tell you where I'm going to open the phone lines. They out there who wants to talk to you. Steve burton. I encourage you to do. So that's why I like to get Steve on when we have these games coming up in one of our forth, sports teams futures. So if you wanna talk to Steve six one seven two five four ten thirty. That's the local number toll toll free eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty. And I know. A game. Like this brings in the opposition fans. I don't know how easy or tough. It was to get tickets for people coming in from southern California beat Los Angeles, so San Diego, but if you're out there, I welcome you to call in to tell Stephen I where we are wrong about your team. And why are you team? According to your perspective will be the Victor tomorrow here at Foxboro time and temperature ten sixteen and you ready for this is southern California fans. Twenty two degrees.