17 Burst results for "Mike Fitzpatrick"

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"But there's another field stretcher so the fact that the not you can't focus all your attention on shutting down tear maclaurin and at washington's score more points and washington is going to be really really fun and i think they're going to they're going to dominate the nfc east l. Come on i'm sorry they are you know they are. I think the thing you've got to look at is you know in terms of where mclaren's targets should come from and curtis angels probably more important come from you know. They allowed the four quarterbacks. They had last year to throw six hundred times. You know and and fifth badgering at this point. Even though he's clearly at the tail end of his career. Alex smith was coming off a broken leg and missing all that time. We know what. Dwayne haskins was taylor. Heineke and all the stuff that he's gone through in kyle allen for the time that he played so if there are somewhere in the neighborhood of five fifty or above which i think is probably the case knowing that the probably trust fitzpatrick a little bit. More as crazy as that sounds That you know we talked about this. I'm sure you guys have as well. Mike fitzpatrick track record from stevie johnson brandon marshall to devante to whenever he's had a guy he's focused and featured that guy in turn corn is in that stratosphere of is that he's thrown to so in some cases better in some cases on par. So i think you know samuel will get his opportunities but mclaren where you have a rank. Mikey's he's around seven for me Nice of a format. I think he's got top ten so high high. Jerry mc lawrence got the ability and you can look at ryan fitzpatrick and alex smith last year. They threw the ball almost identical two hundred sixty seven attempts in two hundred and fifty two attempts. But look how much better ryan fitzpatrick was almost thirty or more than thirty more first downs. A yards per attempt multiple yards higher than alex smith. This is big time for terry. I who knows like fingers crossed. Maybe we get a situation where we got. We got the brandon. Marshall eric decker situation jets where you have to really high level fantasy wide receivers. Yeah and the other..

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:02 min | 8 months ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Not this past week, but the one before. So you're going to need another body for inside linebacker at some point. So it I just don't know that the answer is going to be someone who's thirty four, the steelers doing their due diligence I know they brought in somebody yesterday linebacker the plate for ball state they'll be looking around. The have another player at the position at some point whether he's on the active roster practice squad remains to be seen. So. But yeah, the reason I said I wasn't sure what Kevin's filming was is because I've already started get articles ready for tomorrow for the website and we have a really good article coming out tomorrow. I assume we're, GONNA rise tomorrow. I loved it. Jeffrey. Did another film room. I. Liked it so much because I mean the title of it alone sold me the title of it alone sold me and and that was. It was of course steelers, film room. Jeff might change this title but I hope he keeps it Ben Roethlisberger and the terrible horrible. No good. Very bad RPO. where he broke down those plays where the steelers were running the run pass option and how they need to. Just you know it's not working to the strength of your quarterback you're not running at the same because your quarterback. You might just. Mine, but they ran the same one three times. I, don't want to spoil it. You've got to read this article tomorrow. So we've get off their article get super. Join. Because, we've got to ninety nine in the super chat coming in from. From. That dexin plays I am and. He says Diong says Dion Jones for a trade third round pick Michael. Beck. Did an article about some possible trades steelers could do before the trade deadline, which is, which is two weeks away from it would have been. It's two weeks from four four o'clock this Bass Aftab this. Past afternoon there I got it out. Election Day if you if that matters to you four o'clock on election day November third but. We also did an article of possible free agents out there. Some people gave slacked because one of the names on the list was. I don't even say the name. But the last name. rhymes with perfect. You know what I mean I I even. Jeff deficit capacity. I said, can we throw something in there like please don't talk this list. Sears considerations, my goodness look last name or the listed you should know that not all these options you know that's not really an option but there are some options out there i. don't know that the steelers exploring an option that someone that they're going to have to call on to. Start or play. Yes they did that with when she's here went down that they brought in someone from the outside rather than play they had. But that was also because they lost Tyler Medicaid in the same game and so that was part of the issue there. So I think the steelers are going to see what they can do with the guys that they have to start. But also look they're going to other depth pieces and who knows maybe you find that diamond in the rough so. Anything else you WANNA. Say about inside linebacker before Roland some offense. Now I'd give him some time on the bright side. Here's you nary but he's been seeing Kevin. Kobe praises with the latest draft. Back. Last year the MINKA trade and that. They're going to figure out what they can do. Yeah. And whatever they do, they're going to be happy with we may not be happy with. Later on him I wish they'd done. They had done it difficult decision that make breakdown in they're going to be happy with I mean. Right away on our slack channel Michael Beck asked, hey, any chance they could try to coax Luke Cleopatra Retirement and I'm like. Panther still his rights as far as I, know I haven't I couldn't find that they don't. So I'm like something like that would is intriguing but you know I also think that because part of what my article said today is splaying. Out graded. Devon Bush look. So, and it was in coverage that he was. What he was grading high in and and But. It's a very small sample size. Let's get more to sample won't. We'll see about what it comes to Tennessee. So. Let's get back to talk about 'cause we can take this topic of what the show is. Tonight, we're going to talk about it from this past week and we're still going. To look forward and that is efficiency. This was your idea. Official. One Jefferson Hartman helped me. Dress up a little bit of course, it was efficiency not extravagance is key to the steelers offense. What do you mean? What do you take that as rich? What what was the point you were ultimately wanting to make with this? Okay. Well, what I looked at what when you know? The game ended together thing finished for knee jerk. In first thing I did is dive went diving into the stats. Okay. And it's like oh my gosh. Only three or four one, sixty, eight one, hundred, seventy yards. Yeah. It's a team we only ran for one, hundred, twenty, nine yards. That wasn't totally blowing it up. In either. Part of the. Game. How in the world that we score thirty eight points well, I I'll take off seven A. Tribute to the defense. Thank you Mike Fitzpatrick A. Book but still it's thirty one points..

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Infrastructure along the border as well I work closely with ambassador White House remove ministration to secure funding for the north American Development Bank which I'm glad was included in the agreement this will provide two hundred fifteen million dollars to strengthen infrastructure and improve quality of life in our border communities as well as those of our neighbors Mister chairman while I will while I'm sympathetic to number the issues of us I believe our friend the senator from Pennsylvania will raise here I do believe that this is a good agreement it is not a perfect agreement and on that I think it deserves my support thank you very much the brown for three minutes on thank you Mister chairman as many members of this committee now hi voted no twenty five years ago and now stand a voted against every trade agreement sounds because every trade agreement has been written by corporations to maximize corporate profits and to reward corporate executives always at the expense of workers always at the expense of the middle class we see the consequences of shrinking middle class an economy that works for corporations but for fewer and fewer workers especially in the industrial Midwest present from the national draft of this agreement was just more of the same another pro corporate trade deal written by special interests ranking member widen and I fought for changes alongside speaker Pelosi in labor leaders that make real important steps toward putting workers workers at the center of our trade policy we know why corporations move jobs overseas they can pay lower wages they can exploit workers the only way to stop that race to the bottom is by raising labor standards in every country with trade with that's why ranking member why can I authored a completely new way of holding corporations accountable are brown whitened worker protection provision for the first time ever a worker in Mexico can report through an anonymous hotline that her employer is violating her right to form a union and within months we can take action against the company brown white was the first improvement to enforcing the labor standards in our trade agreement since we've been negotiating trade agreements and when Mexican workers have the power to form real unions into go shape for higher wages and helps American workers senator Sherrod brown a Democrat of Ohio speaking at the Senate finance committee markup session of the US MCA this is a re air C. span radio programming from Tuesday we're leaving this briefly to take you to the state department for a briefing with secretary of state Mike Pompeo good morning everyone I have here but after the new year yet I'll just take a moment send out my personal condolences to form a coalition Mike Fitzpatrick is a friend of mine who I served alongside you passed away early this week leaving a lovely wife and family one express my condolences to him his his service to America was noble is a member of Congress to work together on pro life issues during my time in Congress a lot of you have questions about the Middle East and Rocco certainly take some questions today the first two I want to offer my condolences to the people of Australia the tragic loss of life and property because by the devastating wildfires across that region America is not the person with the victims their families emergency service personnel putting themselves in harm's way and then goes to for the dozens of U. S. firefighting personnel who are standing side by side with our strained friends fighting the flames together as I said when I was a city just this past summer we have a truly unbreakable alliance they're great friends I'm happy to be able to help our season this time of need staying in Asia we know to the appointment of new whining at the new head of the Hong Kong Chinese central government liaison office he's expressed hopes that Hong Kong will return to the quote right path end of quote the right path as I've said before his for the Chinese Communist Party to honor its commitments made to Hong Kong in the Sino British joint declaration filed at the United Nations but the guarantees the territories independent rule of law and freedoms that the Chinese living on the mainland unfortunately do not enjoy that's it will continue to work with on Khan and Chinese comes forty Fishel's to protect human rights and fundamental freedoms in Hong Kong and to promote Hong Kong's high degree of autonomy in Afghanistan there's an aspect of that conflict that deserves more attention and that is the Islamic Republic Iran's involvement there Ron has refused to join the regional and international consensus for peace and he is in fact today actively working to undermine the peace process I continue with long global efforts to support militant groups there most people know about orange proxy networks in the Arab world but the regime also has a relationship with the Taliban and related groups such as the Connie's the Tora Bora and the Mula do a group the Taliban's entanglement veterans dirty work will only harm the Afghanistan peace process a couple items here in the hemisphere and as well I want to thank and congratulate one window on his reelection the president is with the National Assembly legitimate reelection by quorum of one hundred deputies your machines campaign of arrests visitation bribery could not the real Venezuelan democracy nor could use of military forces to physically bar the National Assembly from accessing the parliament building I applaud have been as well as political parties came together to support where those reelection the United States will continue to support for the choir though in the Venezuelan people and will continue to rally all other freedom loving nations across the globe to do that same thing we support the Venezuelan people because we believe the western hemisphere should be a hemisphere with freedom everywhere also highlight the work of the O. S. which is been instrumental tool in moving the region in that direction it's an example of truly outstanding effective multilateralism secretary general we saw My Girl is the leader we need for the yes to continue proactively addressing the central challenges facing the region promoting democracy upholding human rights advancing security fostering economic development throughout it have more to say about the yes in the multi lateral form in the coming weeks on the theme of basic freedoms I want to commend members of Bahrain's council represent is for the January second statement which they expressed deep concern over the inhumane and painful condition to which we are Muslims in China are subjected Bahrain is recognizing what I've been saying for months the Chinese communist party's committing mass human rights violations and abuses against Uighurs ethnic Kazakhs securities and other Muslims held in detention engine John happy with what what brain did and we ask all countries particularly those belonging to the organization of Islamic cooperation and the Arab league to denounce the Chinese communist party's brutal treatment of workers which is part of the parties broader war on faith moving to Europe as many of you know prime minister Mister talkies is in town this week I'm looking for to walking in here I'll be with him today at the White House alongside president trump I also want an ounce that our undersecretary for political affairs David Hale will be traveling to Brussels I later this week we'll have conversations with twenty eight European counterparts this is a recurring meeting that happens about every six months this particular gathering is important because it immediately proceeds in E. U. foreign minister a lot of Ron that is just been schedule and it shows to once again our close cooperation with our European partners on issues of mutual concern I'm sure of all David's there the issue of Iran Iraq will feature probably their conversations and they'll have an opportunity also discuss Purdy such as Syria North Korea and China as well I finally one more person no matter I want to thank ambassador John bass who have come to know in my time in service both as the director of central intelligence agent now secretary of state his two year tour servicing COBOL was remarkable that's one of our most important missions ambassador bass is a respected strategic thinker a man of incredible integrity his help that country move forward to a brighter more peaceful and more secure future for all the Afghan people I do want to welcome our new eleven Lassiter's into a master's of large you were confirmed since the end of November including about your soul will be heading off to Russia before too long glad to finally getting out to the field we hope to have more follow them out there with that I'm happy to take your questions thank you happy new year Mr certain about and the number of the new year I have exactly two thousand twenty questions and what down to the sick thing resident one is there continue to be questions about the nature of the intelligence that led to the strike on the cube Jerusalem on a can you be at all more specific about how imminent this was what exactly it was secondly why not allow foreign ministers a reef to come to the U. and to speak at the security council and then lastly if this is the situation in Iran have anything I caught contributed all to your decision not to run for the Senate from cancer thanks thank you last with easy I said the same thing yesterday that I said for months no no real news there is that I'm gonna stay serving sectors dates along with president trump I should have so I've if I you can accuse me of being a consistent us watch but not on our back into you know we don't comment on visa matters those traveling here in the United States and basis so I can't add much more to this issue of foreign ministers are re struggle to the United States all say only that's we will always comply with our obligations under that you and requirements is and the headquarters agreement and we will do so in this particular instance and and more broadly every day and finally there's been much made about this question of intelligence in eminence I I answered it portable times on Sunday I'm happy to walk through it again anytime a president makes a decision of this magnitude there are multiple pieces of information that come before us we presented that to him in all its broad detail give him all the best information they can not only from the intelligence community but for those of us who have teams in the field we evaluated the relevant risks and the opportunity that we thought might present itself at some point and we could see clearly that not only had so the money down all of the things that we have account right hundreds of thousands of massacre in Syria enormous destruction of countries like Lebanon Iraq where they've denied them sovereignty in the over the reins of really tonight people in those two countries what it is they want right sovereignty independence and freedom is that this is also the money's handy work and then we'd watch as he was continuing the terror campaign in the region we know what happened at the end of last year in December all to moving to the death of an American so if you're looking for evidence you need look no further than the days that led up to the strike that was taken against a salon and then you in addition to that have what we could clearly see we're continuing efforts on behalf of this terrorist to build out a network of campaign activities that we're gonna leave potentially to the death of many more Americans the right decision we got it right the department has been excellent work and the president had a entirely legal appropriate and a basis as well as a decision that fit perfectly within our strategy and how to counter the threat of malign activity from around yes ma'am two questions if you don't mind a runs forty fears ministers are reef granted an interview saying that so the money was on a diplomatic visit to a rock that the U. S. strike to take him out was state terrorism the president trump has prepared to commit war crimes and that Iranians are enraged first that's the first question I'd like your reaction to that second question president trump has indicated that Iran's cultural sites could.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KTRH

"It's that time time lock in low secretary of state Mike Pompeii will be speaking just a few moments regarding the newest round of threats by the Ronnie's to attack us we don't know when exactly scheduled to start is scheduled to start five minutes ago but sometimes these things run lane we're gonna roll on his speech is that him yeah how does take up a moment I send out my personal condolences to former congressman Mike Fitzpatrick he was a friend of mine who I served alongside he passed away early this week leaving a lovely wife and family we're gonna roll on his speech and even says anything note worthy we will play that for you afterward otherwise if some of that she's going to be the give and take I I assume is going to take questions afterwards but whatever is important of that speech will play for you here live in in just a few minutes but I don't there's a lot of other stuff I want to get to for now I'm speaking of which there's a story I shouldn't laugh I suppose Soal Iman a funeral stampede in Iran leaves at least forty dead state TV reports what does it say about a people when you're having a funeral for your number two ranking guy has a general has been killed by the Americans N. at least forty Iranians are crushed to death in a stampede erupted during the funeral the gory episode insulin monies hometown of care mon which also reportedly left more than two hundred injured came as the US maritime administration is warning ships across the Middle East to be on alert for possible retaliatory retaliatory attacks from Iran the head of Iran's emergency medical services told state media unfortunately as a result of the stampede some of our compatriots have been injured in some of been killed you know I'm I'll let you draw your own conclusions on a society that stops each other to death at a funeral that eat yeah that Tom okay yeah hi am all right yeah I remember your cousin Ali is a good guy we're how did he did was he killed by the Americans no he hear them he was stopped to death at Donna Solomon is fear all I ask he gave his life at the Esalen monies for euro Disney what kind of people kind of people stop other people to death stampede and it got me to thinking how many of you remember Barack Obama was president in you know the most dangerous place to be literally is between Sheila Jackson Lee and a camera roll call reported Sheila Jackson Lee was sitting in the fourth row she probably got merit five thirty that morning foreign late afternoon event and she's sitting in the fourth row in an event.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is online cool to have yeah smart light smart fridge smart thermostat the smart speaker plays music or answers questions and here is the secretary of state Mike Pompeii talking about the situation with Iran send out my personal condolences to former congressman Mike Fitzpatrick he was a friend of mine who I served alongside he passed away early this week leaving out a lovely wife and family one express my condolences to him his his service to America was noble is a member of Congress to work together on pro life issues during my time in Congress lots of you have questions about the Middle East and Rocco certainly take some questions today the first two I want to offer my condolences to the people of Australia after the tragic loss of life and property because by the devastating wildfires across that region America's thoughts and prayers are with the victims their families emergency service personnel putting themselves in harm's way and the same goes to for the dozens of U. S. firefighting personnel who are standing side by side with our strained friends fighting the flames together as I said when I was a city just this past summer we have a truly unbreakable alliance they're great friends I would happy to be able to help our season this time of need staying in Asia we noted the appointment of new whining and the new head of the Hong Kong Chinese central government liaison office he's expressed hopes that Hong Kong will return to the quote right path end of quote the right path as I've said before his for the Chinese Communist Party to honor its commitments made to Hong Kong in the Sino British joint declaration filed at the United Nations a commitment the guarantees the territories independent rule of law and freedoms that the Chinese living on the main line unfortunately do not enjoy that's it will continue to work with on Khan and Chinese Communist Party officials to protect human rights and fundamental freedoms in Hong Kong and to promote Hong Kong's high degree of autonomy in Afghanistan there's an aspect of that conflict that deserves more attention and that is the Islamic Republic Iran's involvement there Iran has refused to join the regional and international consensus for peace and is in fact today actively working to undermine the peace process by continuing with long global efforts to support militant groups there most people know about Iran's proxy networks in the Arab world but the regime also has a relationship with the Taliban and related groups such as the Connie's the Tora Bora and the mullah doula group the Taliban's entanglement Iran's dirty work will only harm the Afghanistan peace process a couple items here in the hemisphere and as well I want to thank and congratulate one way no one is reelection as the president is with the National Assembly a legitimate reelection by quorum of one hundred deputies your machines campaign a morass visitation bribery could not derail Venezuelan democracy nor could use of military forces to physically bar the National Assembly from accessing the parliament building I applaud have been as well as political parties came together to support why those reelection the United States will continue to support president why though in the Venezuelan people and will continue to rally all other freedom loving nations across the globe to do that same thing we support the Venezuelan people because we believe the western hemisphere should be a hemisphere with freedom everywhere also highlight the work of the O. S. which is been instrumental tool in moving the region in that direction it's an example of truly outstanding effective multilateralism secretary general we saw My Girl is the leader we need for the O. A. S. to continue proactively addressing the central challenges facing the region promoting democracy appalling human rights advancing security fostering economic development throughout it have more to say about the yes in the multi lateral form in the coming weeks on the theme of basic freedoms I want to commend members of Bahrain's council represent is for the January second statement which they expressed deep concern over the inhumane and painful conditions to which we are Muslims in China are subjected Bahrain is recognizing what I've been saying for months the Chinese communist party's committing mass human rights violations and abuses against Uighurs ethnic Kazakhs securities and other Muslims held in detention in Xinjiang happy with but by brain did and we ask all countries particularly those belonging to the organization of Islamic cooperation and the Arab league to denounce the Chinese communist party's brutal treatment of workers which is part of the parties broader war on faith moving to Europe as many of you know prime minister Mister talkies is in town this week I'm looking for to walking in here I'll be with him today at the White House alongside president trump I also want an ounce that our undersecretary for political affairs David Hale will be traveling to Brussels a later this week we'll have conversations with twenty eight European counterparts this is a recurring meeting that happens about every six months hi this particular gathering is important because it immediately proceeds an E. U. foreign minister a lot of Ron that is just been schedule and the shows to once again our close cooperation with our European partners on issues of mutual concern I'm sure of all David there the issue around Iraq will feature probably their conversations and they'll have an opportunity also discussed birdie such as Syria North Korea and China as well I finally one more person no matter I want to thank ambassador John bass who I've come to know in my time in service both as the director of central intelligence agent now secretary of state is to your tour service in Kabul was remarkable that's one of our most important missions ambassador bass is a respected strategic thinker a man of incredible integrity his help that country move forward to a brighter more peaceful and more secure future for all the Afghan people I do want to welcome our new eleven ambassadors into a master's at large you were confirmed since the end of November including about your soul and I will be heading off to Russia before too long weather finally getting out to the field we hope to have more follow them out there with that I'm happy to take a few questions thank you happy new year Mr certain drawbacks in honor of the new year I have exactly two thousand for twenty four action but all of them down to the sixth grade president.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Lost to Green Bay. They scored six points against Chicago and they lost to Kansas City and Matt Moore. who was teaching Phys ed like three weeks ago? Those are their wins. Yes you like that. I don't like that that much. You don't like bet. Here's the other thing it's weirdly a must win for Dallas Alice they're five and three phillies five and four endow schedules about to get harder. Dow says please eighty five for the year and now offensively they have the number one offense devi away which did not realize and the lands only three his other thing. No Adam feeling who I just feel like they fall apart when he's out there he's like the third and seven guy for them so could they just slow down. Alvin Cook and like Kirk make a mistake. Then that's the other thing kirk cousins there you go yet kirk cousins. This is the angle. Guess what it's a Sunday night game you set it and not only that. It's against a team with a winning record like to humongous Kirk cousins. Sounds Bugaboos yeah this is this is why is going from strong. Lean to lock gotta play Dallas this week. Okay and then You we had one year the rams I like the rams of minus four at Pittsburgh the steelers are one and four the season against teams with a winning record now Mike Fitzpatrick has been really good. He has been impactful. He has helped that defense. Their defense looks very good right now. Yeah they they have done a good job against the teams since Mr Fitzpatrick joined them of holding teams below their average scoring and and Average total total yards but their offense is terrible. It's really even even the craziest steeler fans I know and I know a few unfortunately for me all of them are like yeah not good. They can't generate sustainable dries. They're the the average scoring scoring drive for the Pittsburgh steelers so far this season. Is this a little over. Forty four yards now. Why so that's that's I in the league that's tops in the leagues in terms of of the length of drive for that produces a score? That's a direct relationship bears direct correlation to the the turnovers that their defense is generating there. They they are way below average at at drives that start where normal drive is the beginning of the other opponents. Twenty five yard line. I mean their own twenty five yard having to go the length of the field. They have their Bottom five in the NFL. In that category so I just liked the rams who've had all of this time they're coming off the bye week. They are in a position here where they can pick up. They're going to pick up a game on either some that'll or San Francisco because those teams are facing each other. The RAMS CAN'T AFFORD TO LOSE this game. They have to win this game to get to six thousand three and position themselves for both the playoffs and potentially the NFC west. I really feel like like anything. Under a touchdown onto me for the rams feels like value and I love the rams so that firewood we jared Goff outdoors. That's it in a location where the fans are rooting for the other team. You know Brandin cooks Messy Brandin cooks skin this year And that's it but I actually think the rams defense can win this game and to your point if the rams win this game. They're six and three. They're home for Chicago home for Baltimore next two weeks at Arizona. Home Seattle at Dallas at San Francisco Home Home Arizona. The Wizard Three Lane parred gates one TV four really hard games. Yeah so this is like if they lose this game they're fucked. They fought their seasons. But what about this Tampa and the rams money lines together is plus one eighteen. That's pretty good. I like do that over Tampa Baltimore Baltimore New Orleans. Yeah 'cause the that that that I mean we could also lose that but I like it all right. Here's what we're doing. Million Dollar picks we ten Tan. Yeah cowboys minus three must-win game more importantly a must lose game on a Sunday for the King of losing. They games on television kirk cousins going up against the winning team. He does not like that. In Chris Collins Earth gone. I just never seen anything like this this guy in a night game on TV. I just don't understand it out. I I just don't understand what you're collins worth. Yeah just a little bradshaw sorry. I tried five hundred K.. And the cowboys minus three lattes shots of Jerry Jones awkwardly high. I five in his son and whoever else in their woodstock you would still three hundred on Tampa and the rams the money lines minds plus one eighteen. I like that feels positive. Feels like a way to generate a little revenue. Yeah and then finally we will risk catoon sixty to win two hundred on Miami plus seventeen and a half seven point tease with the under two fifty. One I'm GonNa Really. I bet this with my own money. You want more money. Well I'M GONNA put my own money on that. I really liked that bet. All right well do three sixty then. I'll do three sixty to win three hundred on on that Great Sarah go cowboys minus three five hundred Rams Bucks Money Parlay three hundred plus one eighteen and then then we have my can't we were betting on the doll fits dolphins plus seventeen and a half with the under fifty one in that game. mm-hmm Fifth Magic Three Sixty K.. To win three hundred and that one there you got us all right. We're gonNA take a break. We're bringing the Mother Dragon. Hey let's talk about so i. If you're like most millennials you.

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Massive investment in new green energy technologies and programs as if we haven't been paying enough. They also have the term redistribution. That's another takeover of the American economy precisely time when we're doing so well, so this program it's been tried before the money's been flowing in how long are we going to pay for failure? Misanthrope? We believe that there is an enormous opportunity here, and we need to pursue things. Like green infrastructure. Let's use basic common sense to really alternately and finally transitioned to the clean energy economy that people voted for in November that we clearly need. Look. We just found out yesterday from UK scientists the US scientists aren't actually able to do their job because of this ridiculous Trump shutdown offer the stake of his phobic and wasteful wall. So we found out from UK scientists that two thousand eighteen was the hottest year on record. That was followed by two thousand fifty was the fourth hottest year on record and the only three hottest years above that two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen twenty of the hottest year, the twenty hottest years on record have all happened in the last twenty two years. We are just off of a year that saw the deadliest forest fire in California that saw record hurricanes extreme weather is happening. It is caused by climate change. And to say that we should not be. Doubling down on clean energy that we should continue to subsidize dirty polluting fossil fuels is just absurd. Let's go to calls. This is Emily in Louisiana sorry in Orleans, Massachusetts, you're on with our guests. Go ahead. You start off. Hi, I live in Massachusetts. And I'm very concerned about climate change. And I was wondering if my child could talk a little bit about the new members of congress, and what they're planning to do to help the situation is there a specific from these news members as far as making this happen. Thanks for the question. We have seen the green deal proposed by Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Who's clearly a tremendous champion for climate change. We have seen many members of congress who want to renew US commitment to international leadership on climate change. We see lots of new members who are very interested in the select committee on climate change were really delighted that that's going to be chaired by Kathy castor from Florida who has longtime leadership both in fighting to protect the Tampa Bay and also in being on the energy and commerce committee. She has a ninety three percent on national environmental scorecard, and we expect there's going to be a lot of energy as I mentioned, there are many veterans and public servants who've experienced I. Hand the need to protect and fight climate change because how vulnerable it makes us around the world. So it's interglacial initally tied to our national security and our climate security. There are in longtime environmental Justice advocates like Ronca Escobar and Slavia Garcia who have spent much of their careers fighting for the communities that are hurt first and worst by pollution, frontline communities and communities of color. So we could not be more excited. There are actually of the sixty three New Democrats fifty six of them have committed to one hundred percent clean energy by twenty fifty. That is a thrilling statistic, and we are so excited after eight years of doing battle with the most anti environmental administration ever to go back on offense and to finally do badly needed accountability of this Trump administration. Members of congress on this new select committee that was formed to take a look at these issues. What do you think of those efforts? Well, it's what you would expect from Nancy Pelosi's house leadership. But I think most members of the Senate I think President Trump and his administration they realize that these assertions of global warming doom and gloom. They're not backed by science or simply surgeons so earlier tune in mentioned twenty seventeen is being a a year for record climate disasters. Well, what we saw is it in two thousand seventeen we set a record for the smallest percentage of the United States being covered by drought in two thousand seventeen we finally ended the longest period in recorded history without a major hurricane striking the United States in two thousand seventeen and twenty seven eighteen we've set a record low for the number of tornadoes in this country and at the same time we've had record increases in global crop production. So it's one thing to throw out assertions. But if you look at the data if you look at the science what we see objective facts show us that as as the planet. Modestly warms, we're not seeing these catastrophes look out you win. Look at your daily lives life. If anything is getting better as a result of a wall. It's the rhodium group that has a survey out today saying that comes to greenhouse gases. This report today that that's a three point four percent in this year alone. What do you think about that? In light of everything you've started sure, and we have somewhat rising carbon dioxide emissions. And at the same time what we see is record low hurricanes record-low tornadoes record crop production etcetera. The measure of this issue isn't whether the earth is warming, isn't whether humans are causing some part of it. The measure is what are we expecting to happen as a result? And when we look back at historical data, and we look at today's presentation we project into the future based upon the past and the present the scientific evidence shows that we're nowhere near creating this crisis. That chairman another say is going on. James? It's two thousand nineteen. This is this is in various saying this is horrifying these views are dangerous and they're flat out wrong. I just it's breathtaking that you would continue to come on the air and say these things that are just patently false. I mean, literally it is excuse me. Excuse me. May I finish? It is the case that scientists are as confident that humans are causing climate change as they are that smoking causes cancer and to suggest otherwise in two thousand nineteen is just astounding. But we're not we're not here. The notion of denying climate change is so fringe and so- marginalized, and we have Republicans across the country Republican governors who are actually if not out of concern for climate change out of recognition that doubling down on clean energy is good for our economy. And it's creating good paying jobs who are taking this threat. Very seriously people like my Cogan next door in Maryland or Charlie Baker in Massachusetts. So we have Republicans around the country. We have Mike Fitzpatrick, a member of congress from Pennsylvania who just got reelected who's who has introduced a carbon Bill. So to have Republicans who are still on air denying climate change is just beyond. The pale spy can interrupt though because that's a personal that's the personal attack. The facts are that Republicans are not denying climate change. You just heard me say that the planet is warming that humans are probably causing it. Brought the real issue is whether we creating a climate crisis percents specific data specific facts, and you didn't present any so personal. Tax and lecturing and all that and you're tone like that that doesn't do anything to enhance the debate into enhanced the information is being exchanged I prison, if I'm wrong show me where I'm wrong present data don't just mentioned attacks. Don't you sit there and bring up things that you can't beco-? We've already talked about the devastating and the record breaking fourth fires that occurred over the course of two thousand eighteen and in fact forest fires in California have become so much more intense so much more frequent fifteen of the twenty largest forest. Fires in California have occurred since two thousand let's talk about hurricanes. We saw four devastating cyclones two thousand eighteen alone. He's are fuelled by climate change. Let's talk about the devastating impact that climate change is having on our oceans on people's health. And let's get let's get serious about this this. This is a conversation about looking forward about doubling down on American ingenuity and innovation and how do we work together to bring about this allusions that Americans in this country clearly put in a call on our Republican line. This is from Louisiana Ray. Go ahead. Yes. I'm just curious as to how and who's going to pay for our socialized medicine. We're talking about environmental issues and back to the idea of paying for it. Then specifically that if you want these elements of the new green, you deals specifically what's the best way to find that? Well, as I tell my children in terms when you make a mess, you clean it up. So certainly there's a role for polluters to pay for the mess that they have made. But there are a lot of industries and corporations who are very focused on addressing the climate crisis who see the economic benefits that can come from a clean energy economy. And of course, the government has a role to play and we look forward to really making the goals of one hundred percent clean energy or the green new deal or any of the other proposals and solutions the positive forward-looking solutions cities serious problems into effect over the coming months that said we still have really a climate denier in the Senate Senator Mitch McConnell, so and then we have again, the most antibi- mental administration. We've ever had President Trump. I mean, normally we would have waited until the end of his first. Year to give him a letter grade. But it was so clear in the first two months. He an F was too too. Good of a great for this president. So it's not as if we're about to get major climate and energy legislation enacted into the law. We have high hopes for the house, but we also need to continue to make crystal clear to people all across this country. What does this mean for the air that they breathe for the water? They drink for the land and the wildlife that they cherish. I know as a mother I want to protect our environment, and our planet leave it better than where I found it. So there are all kinds of ways that we can get serious about the policy proposals. And how we're gonna pay for it for the cost of an accident. Something a cost it is just too great to bear. Especially for future generations. What's wrong with idea of polluters pay for these kinds of situations? The other funding streams that she mentions. Well, first of all, I think it's important to acknowledge the callers concern because part of the green new deal is universal healthcare they marketed as a green new deal, but in it imposes universal healthcare takeover of our health care industry in imposes a new government run banking system, it imposes a requirement that anybody who wants a job can get one and much higher wages, and you can get off and in the private sector. It requires it Americans turn in their gasoline, powered automobile surrender them to the government by twenty thirty who's going to pay for that in the language itself. It uses the term massive that's a quote massive investment to pay for all this who's going to pay for. It's a fantastic question because we're already taxed heavily enough. We're already paying ten billion dollars per year on climate change programs. Where are we going to get this money? I mean, why don't we just legislate pixie dust for everybody in a million dollars every year on handouts? You have to pay for it somehow missing fell to those other elements that he talks about jobs and other. Like, why should that be part of the green you deal the deals? So the goals of the green new deal have been put forward. There are going to be many committees who are going to be getting to work on. How do we move forward and addressing the climate crisis? We've talked about the select committee. There's the energy and commerce committee were delighted at that is now going to be led by Frank Pallone, who's a longtime clean energy and environmental champion with ninety six percent lifetime. And I'll save is national environmental scorecard, which is here..

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Democrat candidate for Georgia. Governor in a conversation with Oprah Winfrey. This happened earlier today at the Cobb County Civic Center in Marietta, Georgia. With the midterm elections. Just days away watch the competition for the control of congress on C span. See for yourself the candidates and the debates from key house and Senate races. Make C span your primary source for campaign twenty eighteen. C span radio WCS PFM Washington coming up in just a few minutes. We'll be taking you to a discussion hosted by the National Academy of public administration on election challenges facing US states, and localities in this two thousand eighteen election and beyond. Panelists are taking their seats. And it should get started in just a few minutes. While we wait. Here's a discussion from earlier today about one of the battleground states, we're featuring this week on Washington journal today, we looked at the state of Pennsylvania this week. We've been taking a look at battleground states across the us as we lead up to the midterm elections. Pennsylvania is our focus today. Taking a look at the state at large and then some of the specific races. Involve joining us for that conversation. Jonathan Tamari of the Philadelphia Inquirer. He serves as the national political writer for that publication, Mr. tomorrow, good morning. Good morning. Thanks for having me in a story. You published yesterday you said, or at least took a look at two races in Pennsylvania that could serve as harbingers for what we may see on election day. Can you walk us through those? Yes. So the two races that we've focused on are ones that have not been kind of on the front lines for much of the coverage so far, but that really both parties are looking at as we get close to election day and Pennsylvania tenth district, which is right around Harrisburg represented currently by Republican Scott Perry and sixteenth district, which is in north west corner of the state in Iraq county, represented currently by Republican Mike Kelly, and these are to raise districts that are pretty Republican President Trump won them by nine points in the Harrisburg district by more than twenty out in the western Pennsylvania district, but they're both races. Where some polling has showed pretty tight contests. Especially in the one outside of Harrisburg and democratic national groups are starting to put some money into those races. And. Really, those are the kind of reach district where it Repub Democrats managed to win those those could really be the sign that they're not just winning toss ups, but that there might actually be a wave on. So if there's going to be a wave, those might be two of the first places that we see if Democrats can win either of those looking at the district if the state did well for Donald Trump. Why is Scott Perry having the issues that he has well, there's a few factors. They're the biggest one probably is that as a lot of people probably know the Pennsylvania congressional map was redrawn. Earlier this year, so all the districts have new shapes and new kind of demographics in profiles. That district went through some significant changes the president had won it by more than twenty percentage points under the old lines under the new lines. I believe he went up by nine percentage points. So it's much more moderate instead of having only part of the city of Harrisburg has the entire city now. So again, it's much more of a moderate district where even the Republican voters there a lot. Them. Previously voted for Charlie dent who is centrist from Allentown. And congressman Perry has a very different profile. He's very conservative you lies with the freedom caucus and Democrats. There have found a pretty strong candidate a pastor and a veteran named George Scott. And so you combine all those factors and Peres never had a really close race combine all those factors. And suddenly, it looks like it could be a really tight one on election day. One of the local papers there in Pennsylvania, the York daily record the endorsed, George Scott. And this is what they said about Scott Perry saying that they endorsed Scott Perry in the last election cycle, urging him to become more bipartisan. Now, they think that voters should give George Scott a chance to help change the tone. He's decided me more liberal than Representative Perry, but his positions on a host of issues from immigration taxes and education makes sense. They add this he's willing to reach across the aisle. Can you factor that into Scott Perry has has he changed as far as being an office? Scott Perry has not Scott Perry has stuck to who. He was when he was elected and through his time in office. He's a very conservative. He's devoted to conservative causes as I said, he caucuses with the freedom caucus, which is the really the most conservative wing of the House Republicans, and and he's unyielding in those beliefs, and he's continued to stick to those beliefs. Even though his district now has changed just a few months ago. And so that's where the challenges, and that's why some Democrats and some Republicans think that can be a really tight race. He's not as in line with his district politics as he was before the map was redrawn. The sixteenth district that you spoke about one of the headlines describing this race described it as a bare knuckle fight would you agree with that assessment? It does certainly seem that way to have been charges and countercharges of lying of completely distorting. The record the democratic challenger. Rhonda Nicolas's had some ads that have come under. Some pretty sharp attacks from our sharp scrutiny from fact checkers, and it's an interesting one again because that's a district that was very pro Trump. But it has voted it does have some democratic roots at voted narrowly for Barack Obama in two thousand eight and so that's a tough one. I think the tenth is the one where people think there's more of a chance for an upset but desperately one that has also come online recently. The sixteenth walk us to another race to this is in the first district of Pennsylvania. This is Brian Fitzpatrick, Dan versus Scott Wallace. Yeah. This is the toughest race in Pennsylvania and probably in the Philadelphia area. This is a very classic swing district. That has regular we gone flip back and forth between the parties. Wave years have seen Democrats and Republicans win it depending on which way the way was going. Brian Fitzpatrick is he has a very independent brand. And that started with his brother who was a congressman Mike Fitzpatrick it's continued with Bryant he has tried to. Really be build up his bipartisan credentials. He voted against the Republican plans to repeal the ACA, but he voted for the tax Bill and his challenger is Scott Wallace who's a wealthy philanthropist whose port a lot of his own money into that race. And so you look at the district, it's really evenly balanced. It's a place where in two thousand seventeen Democrats came out and won a whole bunch of row offices in bucks county that they had not one in decades if not longer and and that was a real sign of kind of that backlash to President Trump. I don't think anybody was actually that concerned with the row offices. It was more Democrats just wanted to get out and vote. So that's the challenge for Brian Fitzpatrick. He's probably one of the best positioned Republicans to try to withstand a wave. So if Democrats managed to beat him that's also a sign that a lot of these tossup races may break towards the Democrats. Mr. tomorrow, you spoke about money how much money is coming in from outside. Factors, particularly I support of Republicans in these races died don't have I couldn't put a specific number on it. But it's certainly significant the Philadelphia media market itself is really expensive market to begin with. You've got the Fitzpatrick race ever in the first district over New Jersey in south jersey. There's another race. So so money is again pouring into the same media market for that in the tenth and sixteenth. It's a little less because those markets just aren't as expensive and those are a little bit more of a reach for Democrats. But there's certainly a lot of national attention on the state. So when you're watching these races on election nights? What are the telltale signs for you? Well, again, we'll look for. I think the first one is what goes on in that first district. That'll give us a sign of if Brian Fitzpatrick loses. I think that's a pretty good sign that Democrats are going to be able to win a majority because that's a really tough race. He's a strong incumbent. And if he loses I think that's a sign that a lot of incumbents are going to be in trouble in that. It's a nationalized race that your local profile does not count as much as Democrats desire to vote against Republicans and put a check on President Trump. So that's the first one I'm going to be watching. And then I'll be watching those tenth and sixteenth to see if Democrats pull off an upset in either of those if they do then it's not just a majority. It might really be a big wave for them. If they lose in that first district Democrats could still win the house. I think, but it will probably be a nail biter and something that will be watching the late results coming in from across the country to see if they've done it or not our guest serves as the national political writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Jonathan tamari. Joining us. Philly dot com. The website if you want to read the writing and the way he's following these races. And Mr. tomorrow, we thank you for your time today. Thank you. Appreciate it. You're listening to C span radio. And now as promised, we take you to a live discussion hosted by the National Academy of public administration on election challenges in the twenty eighteen election and beyond. Hello. Right. I know I'm Nancy Tait. I'm the co chair of the twenty twenty women's vote centennial initiative, which is an effort that I found two years ago with others to make sure that the country commemorates the one hundredth anniversary of women's fight to obtain the constitutional right vote, which you did with the nineteenth amendment that passed in nineteen twenty. But before that for the previous fifteen years, I was the executive director of the league of women voters of the United States, and in that capacity, of course, work closely with our all of our fifty states and a seven hundred local leagues in helping citizens understand what was going on in elections, but also to fight into promote fair election laws that would make an inclusive voting system, and before that actually I was chief operating officer here at the National Academy of public administration who's annual conference. We are now attending with me today is Leslie Reynolds who's the exam. -secutive director of the national association of secretaries of state. Tom Hicks, the chair of the US election assistance commission. Linda, Linda, and Linda Lindbergh, the director of elections for Arlington county, and a speaker who may be joining us is Sean Conlon with Deloitte who works with various federal and state clients. So before I turned it over to the panel. I want to set a little context about the US political system. So I'm sure that certainly everyone at at Napa and elsewhere is hearing a lot about elections today. Usually we hear about the party's the candidate's campaign strategy political advertising and media coverage, which is endless of all of those of the above. But most of us know that there are a number of factors that are less obvious that that do impact these races and the outcomes one, of course, is the census and the redistricting process that goes on every ten years sometimes more often, but every ten years the primary system that selects the various candidates money. Of course, has a huge impact that we can't always see exactly how it influences things. But we know that it does the information that voters get all during the election season. And where that information comes from, of course, the presidential years the electoral college has a huge impact on what the ultimate outcome is. But essentially one of the main factors is turnout. But one of the things that doesn't get discussed very much is are the institutional features of the election system. And that's what we're going to talk about today. Our system in the United States is highly discentralising, and this stems from a provision in the US. Which does give primary responsibility for election management to the state. But this makes us unlike all the other advanced democracies and probably unlike some of the not advance democracies that means he's a very small federal role and up until recently, some of the main federal players that did exist were really concerned with money..

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Thank you. Thank you. Thank you Brody at this time. We'll open it up for Q and A session again for our audiences at home. Please. When you raise your hand identify your name, and your affiliation prior to your question with that will open it up. Steve. Steve Jobs, Essen y Brody. I'm just curious. How long has this been a goal of yours? Had you thought about becoming a general manager for a while now? Or is it an idea that that Jeff and Fred brought to you, and you started to dig in and feel like it was the right path. Well, like like, many people I grew up playing baseball, and the dream of working in baseball was was clearly something that that was exciting in something that you didn't know if it could become a reality when my playing days finished, I set out on a career in professional sports. Really with one goal is to try to make a positive impact on it. And so my invasion has been that ever since I entered the baseball world and the opportunity to do it for players for for the last eighteen years has been something I've taken a tremendous amount of pride in. But I think that it's a it's an exciting time to now be able to impact the game, you know, different way. And now being a position where I'm trying to win China win for for players and trying to win for an organization where where you get judged by your wins and losses. Bridge in the middle. Brodie perspective UNBC TV, you said in July, the bet shoot either trade the Graham or give them a contract now that you are the Mets how will you handle the Graham's contract situation? Sure didn't expect that question today. So so Jacob degrom clearly has established himself as the best pitcher in baseball. Hopefully in a couple of weeks he'll be awarded with the with that trophy. As I said earlier, I think that you want to try to identify the best players and you want to keep them for as long as possible. And if our vision direction does not intend to include a long sustainable winning team, then you have to consider moving players. But make no mistake. I believe Jacob degrom is is an incredible talent. And I hope to keep him for a long time. While he on the left. Matthews from new York Daily News back on the degrom issue. Did you discuss your your possibility of coming over here with degrom and Syndergaard? And if so what was their reaction to it. Yes. I did and some of the other clients clients as well. I think to a man not only with their Mets clients but also to clients around around the game. There was a tremendous amount of enthusiasm a tremendous amount of support. And and I think a belief that I may be able to bring some fresh perspectives to the to the team side quick follow up to that considering the nature of your relationship, especially with those two players in the fact, they haven't had their big free agent contracts, yet, do you think you might have to recuse yourself when it comes time to negotiate those let me answer that because I had conversations with Commissioner Commissioner's office L R D And Tony Clark directly, and we have provisions in brody's contract to to deal with any conflicts of interest. I'm sorry. I can't right now. He has rich. Risk radio. Trading deadline in winter meetings. You're going to be in a much different position than you were as an agent, you'll be making those calls and trying to get people to make trades and sign contracts being so you're on the other end of it does that give you an actual advantage in being in those times over general managers that weren't on the other side of it. I wouldn't want to say I have an advantage over over people that have more experience than I do. But but I think I have insights, I think I understand clearly what players motivations are. And what agents are trying to accomplish. And I certainly have insights into how all of the other teams operate. I think what I've had the benefit of is. I I've helped tried to help a number of teams accomplish their goals. And I have a pretty good understanding of what they want to accomplish on a on a year-by-year basis is constructing the rosters. So I do think that I have a unique perspective that I hope to bring to bring into conversations came in the middle. Tim from Newsday. Just curious what your understanding of ownership's degree of involvement is in baseball operations under ship in general or this ownership is ownership in this new situation. Well, Jeff indicated before I certainly hope that there is a collaborative approach every good organization that I've worked for his head a culture of collaboration, and that's one that I that I value. I mentioned that to both Fred. Jeff when we were going through this process that I want them to be involved and the truth of the matter is if they're not that's bad ownership. James? New York Times, a Brody just the idea that you're on you for all those years, you're on that side of the table. And you might have a rivalry would say other agents, say GM's and that way. But now that you're on this side like how will you manage those relationships and how we deal with them. Sure. Well, I think on a ten thousand foot level, I've always believed that players and teams need to form partnerships. And if they do then you find a recipe for success. I also know that agents have certain reputations. And maybe rightfully so. But the goal should be to put players in a position to succeed. And I think if agents take that approach we now say we we as teams want to try to find the right fit the right? The right formula for success. And I think that an agents will embrace the fact that we may be an opportunity in a landing spot for great players gave on the left. Dave london. Newsday. I guess this goes to both of you guys Brody. You talked a lot of a lot of investments for this team. Whether it's players whether it's scouting resources, whether it's analytical for both you guys this signal kind of a new investment in a new kind of beefing up for the match with new front office personnel. And a lot of new personnel to help in those departments as well as investing in players to. LA you answer on on new or not? But we surely have money put aside, we heard it from all of the candidates that they wanted to beef up certain areas, and what they heard some of it was writing something was wrong from what the media put out there. But we do have money put aside to make sure we have the resources they're for investments in the front office and scouting development as well. As analytics they made that clear to me through the process, not only are there resources. But I think there's real capabilities that exists in this organization already and my goal is to bolster. On top of it. Mike also on the left. Mike Fitzpatrick dissociated press for Jeff. One of the things that's raised. Eyebrows. About this higher was that there were front offices all over the major leagues with seemingly very qualified experienced people to come into a role like this. Why go for you guys? Why go in this direction something so different? What what about it is attracted you to it? I think what Brody brought and I'm not saying that anybody else loss, but Brody was the front runner for us. Because of what he talked about in terms of collaboration has excitement his feeling of what he can do with this organization where we are now going forward. And we had said forty some odd candidates that we talked about and went through and going through the entire process. This was what we thought would be best for your position going forward. I realize it's out of the box. And I said we were going to be out of the box to start and this. This was truly where we thought we could put the hands of the organization with Brody. Gentleman. Thank you very much at this time, we're going to break off into our one on ones. But prior to that we're going to stage a few photos on the front. So if you'll bear with us once the photos are complete. All right. So that's the press conference. I'm sure you'll hear more from Brody later on this afternoon. Maybe from Jeff to who knows. Look. You you heard expect exactly what you expected to hear from both Jeff wilpon and from Brody van wagon. Ron said he hopes to happen here for a long time we will win. Now, we will win in the future the players. They were all very supportive of him. He's not going to say that they were ticked off recognizes that he is not the path of least resistance. Look. He's he's never going to be somebody. That's going to look overwhelmed by a situation. He looks the part when he is sitting there and yes today, they win the press conference. Plenty of teams have won the press conference over without a doubt. I made from what they're saying on their side and Brodie van wagon and saying, hey, everything seemed to be roses when I told my biggest clients, by the way, I'm not going to be representing you anymore. Now, I'm going to be with the general manager of the Mets. I wonder if that's actually how it went down. Also, I have major questions here. Keep in mind. I'm someone who is definitely willing to give this a chance I feel like they are saying the right things, but I wanna know a little bit more here about one of the provisions in Brody van wagons contract as it comes. To as it relates rather to conflicts of interest negotiating with the Mets. Biggest players we're talking about the ground. Syndergaard Mark the other question that I would have loved to have got asked at this press conference. But I know it's limited. And I understand it. If you were the Mets GM, would you have given you an assessment is one hundred billion dollars and then figure out as the agent. What would he have said? And I don't know if he would be able to answer that. You know, honestly. But listen another thing that really stood out to me here. Jeff wilpon saying Brodie van Wagoner was the front runner they interviewed forty people are considered rather forty people that he was the front runner. I think the Mets were looking for this outside the box higher. I think that they had maybe identified him as a potential candidate for them maybe long ago. And now he's sitting there next to Jeff wilpon being introduced as the thirteenth front runner thing. You know, you're you're always going to hear that. This is the guy that we wanted all along. You don't have to say that. But. Forty people were considered. I mean, it looks like they cast a pretty wide dead. Then I say we didn't get our guy though, the front runner is a different kind of thing doesn't front runner makes you feel like he was making original thought all along. But it makes them feel like, okay? We got our guy. Like, this is the guy we targeted we identified. He checked all the boxes he confirmed. What we already thought he came in. And you know, what we got exactly who we wanted and he's an honeymoon period. Now. But you know, some of those conversations are going to have to be had like is he going to be in there and arbitration what's gonna go on when it comes down to some of those negotiations. I don't think he can be an arbitration with the ground. No, we can't. My thought would be those provisions would be he's not the one that goes hitting those contract. I want to know what does he know about cesspits in how he feels going forward? You know, he knows suspects. I'm sure it says comes off to me as a player that once he entrust you to his family. Then he he reveals a lot of information, though, what does he know about cesspits desire to to move forward coming off of these surgeries from the hills? Well, what one thing I'm sorry to cut you off. But one thing I very much did like about what he said that maybe I hadn't thought about could be a real advantage for the Mets here is he said I have insights into how every other team what they're thinking. And what kind of timelines they're operating on that was very revealing. Maybe they're making pitches to free agents and saying listen, we're actually committed to winning whereas opposed to team x still wants to be quote unquote tanking for the next two three years. So now, you can decide that was pretty smart. All right. That's gonna do it for us today. You will hear for Brody van wagon and later at four thirty with Mike and. That'll do it..

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You had a lot of slow guys that are great blockers and they'll get open here and there you know when you when you started you know and you go back to the jimmy grams when he was playing at new orleans and of course he's at green bay now but there are a lot of these titans jared cooks another good goodwin that the raiders have your take on this i love i love roquan strength i think you the best outside linebacker in the strath i acquaint his game to like von miller four denver i think the one thing when you look at roquan smith his ability to run sideline to sideline nineteen with over one hundred thirty seven total tackles six sacks and his ability not just on tight ends county but his ability to cover running backs in the short team to media passing game is where he's gonna make his money on the next level you could utilize them like von miller as an edge rusher he dominated the sec dominated offensive lineman in that type of butch packages so i have no problem with indianapolis taken them or which miami we take him at number twelve along with lamar jackson but i can't get my wish each and every week for the nfl draft because my team is in desperate need of help for this coming season like the guy from hootie and the blowfish they they make you cry no doubt about it all right number seven and i've everybody i've seen on mike has tampa bay taken derwin james from florida state if he's left i got him with mike fitzpatrick fitzpatrick but i know joe said it denver would be better spot form but if he's around at seven i think tampa my makeup play for him what about joe and what about derwin james again this this guy you know it was definitely the leader that florida state defense how good pro will derwin james b yeah well i think a lot of people are making the comparison jalen ramsey her coming out for florida state a couple of years ago how we dominated four jacksonville i can say this i don't think derwin james is the.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"This looking at the list here and going to jimmy in chicago hey hey hey joined that uh five degree once you'll here yeah whoa yeah and uh a still a week officially away from what else but with military what they call the meteorological winner it's hard to say here rodrigo weather oh i i feel it get an award shows but yeah but up yeah one thing though that uh you know find just really interesting about their display off his bat i think anybody that follows college football at all tied to realize that this is the first playoff in which you have four teams that are all fully confidence if they can win this thing uh they're all come at you know i think alabama i really feel good about the fact that they're going to have some key players back at full speed mike fitzpatrick there to this pass rushers behler and lewis who they loss for the season in the first half of the opening game and then mac wilson back georgia obviously the tremendous momentum lay feel after the big one overall part although in fairness you know uh johnson probably tried to go with thirty percent that game he gave it is all but you know just wasn't there but still just a huge victory oklahoma just they just spent on a role for a while i think they easily have the best player in college football i mean he's just been sensational really for three years but but really really good this year uh and then you've got of course clemson you know they've just been they just been steady but this alabama clemson game a thinks really.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Rodrigo oh i i suggest getting word the show but yeah but up yeah one thing though that uh you know i find just really interesting about that display office that i think anybody that follows college football at all tied to realize is that this is the first playoff in which you have four teams that are all fully confidence if they can win this thing uh they're all come at you know i think alabama i really feel good about the fact that they're going to have some key players back at full speed mike fitzpatrick their to pass rushers or rental lewis who they loss for the season and the first half of the opening game and then mac wilson back georgia obviously the tremendous momentum they feel after the big one overall part although it fairness you know uh johnson probably tried to go with thirty percent that game he gave it is all but you know just wasn't there but still just a huge victory oklahoma just they just spent on a role for a while i think they easily have the best player in college football i mean he's just been sensational really for three years but but really really good this year uh and then you've got of course clemson you know they've just been they just spin steady but this alabama clemson game i think really around three fascinating because i think it's centers around both quarterbacks you have a lot of questions about hurt and hurts being able to see the receivers open in time before it's too late and then with clemson one thing that's really been overlooked all year long and of course their coaching staff knows that the alabama coaching staff knows it is that client has completed very few passes all season long in which the balls travel more than fifteen no that's an integrated more jamais to rush we are up against a he break year but uh we're coming back with thirty more minutes of your phone calls.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Years with locations in boise meridian and nampa they measure success one foot at a time here's paul j schneider oklahoma cornerback baker mayfield is run the walter camp award given to of account aged football player of the year he beat down sake wind barkley running bank from penn state louisville quarterback lamar jackson brice love running back from stanford and rashawn penny running back from san diego state mayfield also nabbed the daviel brian award as the nation's best quarterback later added the maxwell award a player of the year honor presented by the maxwell club of philadelphia so he won on mojo jim thorpe award went to mike fitzpatrick best defensive back liu grows award for the best kicker matt gave utah fred bolivia convoy award for the receiver james washington of oklahoma state though gowariker award for the best running back brice love of stanford they butkus award went to rokhlin smith of georgia best linebacker the rate guy award best punter went to michael diction of taxes and the outline the war dead oliver of houston interior linemen award check bit nerik award outstanding defensive player went the mike fitzpatrick of alabama coach of the year scott price of ucf in tomorrow's heisman nc f a contribution to college football award went to brent musburger yeah i think uh it's pretty good precursor as to what's going to happen tomorrow i would think i think they're hoping for the same thing in oklahoma yeah bears you women serve basketball beat washington last night eighty five the sixty two huge went for the bronco girls as they win by 23 over a pac 12 contender tomorrow at 2 o'clock in the afternoon it'll be the the issue men against cal state sacramento and of course football team returns to the gridiron a week from tomorrow in the vegas bowl against oregon kboi news.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KOMO

"Know your wife and family are down at the gate also if any locals if any husky fans from our area made the trip to stanford for the game tonight i wanna see them i want to see if there were in purple in representing down there so use the hashtag komo dogs d a w g s although pajot's your spirit you have you bet everybody stafford i have not been to stand for him but i haven't been they her to what university i host a show called she added refined i was down there a year ago when the huskies or down the for the pact will championship i went to the smoke q company and they sort of thing cold war wolf turds no no i'm not kidding it's weeks a gallup pino and choose chop in bacon and smug do not it was the most delicious thing i've ever had to see them radio producer i don't know it a wolf sure they're fantastic but it's going to be a distant i think it's going to be an incredible game down there did you have a prediction ideal it might be a little overconfident but i believe in our top ranked defense so i'm gonna you'd have 34 stanford seventeen that was close to what ferrer didn't mike are martin two sports director at thirty or forty nation haley with it to you i know something already navy fleet rank announced like rank score predictions that are like that it'll all the huskies spirit that way well we will see and i got a guy here on our who've a hit me were is mike fitzpatrick from some valley he goes huskies have a huge day they win big twenty eight two three so we got dako force an doug comoro says happy purple friday dog fans you'd up twenty four step pretend as de holds love to less than one hundred yards have price love's guy he's an amazing running back i believe in them i don't even them it's verbal friday and game day like.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"The city north carolina uh mobile alabama or assisting in flooring critical supplies of first responders in puerto rico power remains out to most of the island days after maria made landfall maine senator susan collins who shaping up to be the swing vote on the senate's latest healthcare bill but to hear her talk it is not looking good for the measures supporters ceremony concerns that grant republicans cannot afford to lose and other gop vote if collins votes against the bill would likely end once and for all their attempts to repeal and replace obamacare a small earthquake detected this morning in north korea near the site of that country september third nuclear test us geological survey zachary raves about a three point three roughly twenty five miles northeast of the heavy gong we've had seismic events here before some experts believe the latest quake could be an aftershock for north korea's underground nuclear test earlier this month iran claims to have successfully tested a ballistic missile mike fitzpatrick with the international institute for strategic studies says well technically iran didn't do anything wrong timing clearly is in response to president trump's accusations against iran could have tested whenever they wanted by they chose this particular time send a political signal that they're not going to be an undercover police officer and an air force lieutenant were among one hundred twenty people who were forcibly arrested last weekend in st louis when police began to clear the downtown area during protests over the acquittal of a white former police officer the killing of a black suspect reports say some of those caught in the crackdown weren't protesting and say officers used unnecessary force nba star steph curry won't be going to the white house to celebrate he's teams championship after the golden state star told reporters friday he wasn't interested in going president trump slammed him in a tweet today this inviting curry chris barn wall is with cbs sports dot com i don't know if they ever got the actual like we're inviting you to the white house and the patient or not but fans white now doesn't really matter they're probably not going to go and he doesn't really want the mary more it is too the president said it's an honor to be invited to the white house and because curry hesitated he was disinvited nba players from chris hill.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A question when did ride wits patrick become the standard of terrible mrs quarterback because many people see him say how does this guy a starting quarterback and i'm not a guy played for terrible organization he's a career backup and that's exactly what he's do what he's a backup in tampa bay to a guy that doesn't really get hurt and jamus wednesday dry areas eyes he's got a draw like colin kaepernick he's not side what ryan fridge patrick has whwhen did he become the standard you know why because that in a fall money is nfl money while they vigilant declared bankruptcy we had debts totally close to ten million dollars back in two thousand fourteen if you're backup in the nfl you're not cheap especially if your name is rife fitzpatrick and you've had more than a couple starting jobs in the national football league now granted ryan vitz pag has not been fair to midland had ties been faldo yes i'm a bit of jets fan yes he caused material playoff back in two thousand fifteen yes are not going to forget governor mike fitzpatrick at the award you guys about him award you got hey freddie rise play great a elatta lousy passes be caught by receivers building him out and then when they really needed him in buffalo in the final came in the regular season what happened yes i'm still bitter not as bitter as rich young vince young sounds like nfl teams don't wanna win right like they're like our man i don't want vince yonkers he might help us win is that the vince younger shaking the trees when he played in the nfl was call it as it is he was athletic quarterback with a scattershot arm who may place one in a wild but then once the leak figured amount that was the end of that so he can get a riot it's pajic vince young all.

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"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:52 min | 4 years ago

"mike fitzpatrick" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Little three this email asking for more money in it he has a picture of former congress pat murphy saying that he got voted out of office for he voted out of office because he voted for obamacare and that patrick murphy would do it all over again be voted out of office for voting for obamacare all over again he be willing to do that and he is sacrificed so much well congressman candidy how about doing a google search how 'bout knowing a little bit about patrick murphy before you include him in there i actually worked on the campaign defeated patrick murphy book by okay and we elected are reelected actually congressman mike fitzpatrick and why did he beat fits fitzpatrick wind than he beat fitzpatrick patrick came back and took a seat back let me make this clear about what why congressman patrick murphy law lost one is may be oak obamacare but the real reason why he lost is oh yeah he got caught trying to steal the election priceless yes congressman murphy what did he do he took yet get this right so he took a male people and said if you in an posted places e mail your your early ballots your absentee ballots to eight eight to a p o box that the congress shrink control old that's right he said hey don't turning your balance at the proper place send them to me and i will turn them in really he got he got busted for that and that's why congressman murphy went by but by that's right i mean it was a sleazy sleazy thing and campaigning in in in pennsylvania i will tell you is like the wild wild west there were a few rules but when it comes to federal elections there still are some rules and congressman murphy probably should be in jail not sending out not being quoted in emails for congressman your for for congressman kennedy so i just wanted to mention that that there's the martyr who lost his seat for voting although bom of for obamacare but not really the situation and so is one of the people that know something about that campaign why murphy laws i would just say.

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