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"mike gillislee" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mike gillislee" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"mike gillislee" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mike gillislee" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Appreciate the call as well we'll get to more of your calls momentarily at eight five five two three six of thirty two twenty first while spending a lot of time with our kids these days that's great it's also super stressful that means when you lie down on the bed at night you need your sleep and this is what he looks like a comes in helix has built a quiz that takes two minutes to complete they use the answers match your body type in sleep patterns as the perfect match for you if you like a mattress it's really soft or firm if you sleep on your side back stomach is usually really hot with Felix there's a specific matters for each and everybody's unique taste like ma just got a few excellent dot com slash zero they will match you to a mattress they'll give you the best sleep of your life I sleep on helix sleep mattress but you don't need to take my word for it he looks is rated the best mattress twenty nineteen by GQ and wired magazine everything is made right here in America the ten year warranty if you tried out for a hundred nights risk free if you try you listen you don't like it they pick it up right for you no problem Mike Gillislee mattress is a godsend it is fantastic seriously is made just for me they just my wife and it feels like it is great right now he was offering up to two hundred Bucks off mattress or is going to talk about something hugely dot com slashing Shapiro it is hugely but dot com slash bill for two hundred Bucks off your mattress order he looks and sleep dot com slash Shapiro he looks like dot com slash Shapiro already coming up with any more of your phone calls eight five five two three six of thirty two twenty eight is a five five two three six thirty two twenty eight is in the you're listening to the fastest mobile radio on a ninety W. L. S. C. mount Kennedy slows at Ohio inbound.

"mike gillislee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"mike gillislee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lee expert in disease modelling at the university of Warwick Mike when it came to closing schools all of a sudden US civilians became aware that there are many different ways that you could model the importance all north of the school as a vector one way or the other what do you think are the the main criteria that the governments and people have to look at in terms of deciding when to reopen schools well I mean obviously there's at least two conflicting factors there and this is why it's a really really challenging decision I'm on the one hand I'm at some point we need to start thinking about releasing these log not locked down measures and starting to resume some levels of normal life in a part of that and this is why some of the decisions are being made in some countries is allowing some workers to go back to work what is your children to go back to work so that's one of the reasons why it's being considered the children being sent back to school on the other hand this is the real challenge there's still a lot of uncertainty I regarding the role of children in transmission we know who from the data that we have that children tend to have only a relatively mild symptoms old maybe even in some cases have no symptoms a toll when they get infected what we still don't know who really is the precise role that these children playing transmission so that could be a risk that if schools start to reopen rapidly that we could stop the resurgence of now she's not is really interesting because one or two and I understood from the reporting the I heard here on this program last week wanted to parents in Denmark was saying listen we don't want our kids to be used as a Guinea pig because you can't guarantee that they're not going to be exposed to infection and so on so in effect you're saying that right because you can never say there is no risk well I I think this is unfortunately this is one of the problems with these look that matches that I mean if we take the U. K. as an example when we started to introduce look that matches all the matches came in relatively close together over the space of maybe three to four days I'm out it's really hard we're trying to mobile this to predict the relative impact of all these different types of measures closing pubs and restaurants closing schools closing what places and sidewall at some point as I said we have to start using these measures and unfortunately this is one of the this is one of the consequences of this that we will have to relax a measure I'm in the world whole thought will helpful tonight's action said this missiles that if the measure is relaxed we need to allow a period of time to be able to observe the effectiveness of the ISS what exactly we need to know how long that period is and was still slightly unclear about the the sort of the infection delays and that kind of thing when it comes to the thing that we're all going to be talking about fairly soon avoiding the second wave of infections all schools particularly an important part of that or they just one of the many factors such as work social distancing and so on that have to be slowly tested and brought him well I would I would say there are particularly important part of that they certainly could play a role in that send unfortunately I get it which it does feel like a little bit that we're all being Guinea pigs and we'll have to sort of relax a measure gather information and then we will have a look strong confidence in the effectiveness I mean what you need what you need to remember here is that we know that for a lot of countries in Europe we can say relatively confident legal the lock down that just happen the facts that have reduced transmission I'm we all seeing that we have managed to reduce all reproduction on the side of it the academic codes all turning over what we don't know necessarily how rapidly that setting I've run it may be that we can release some measures and we can still keep the epidemic under control but it may be that actually releasing some measures we start to see a rise again so it's really important that when we list measures and observe we're able to be reactive and if necessary some measures may need to be reintroduced trust one off many thanks indeed up to Mike Gillislee of the university of Warwick an expert in disease modeling its knees I from the BBC world service we gonna leave you with the raw the lifting the story of a Spanish taxi driver and that he had been giving patients at Lister hospital for free in metrics to and from appointments also going for nothing in return he got a call from the hospital Finke what they said to him can you come pick up another patient when he walks in he called this instead.

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"mike gillislee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"mike gillislee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To pay the bills and by putting your stuff I see not paying yourself let's just one rather brutal way of doing it is it affecting all staffed by which I mean right up to the boardroom funny you should say that but no not really well I mean he's in the way of basically Paul Wagner who is the at last month he's the executive chairman he said he's going to give up his entire salary during the pandemic the chief executive Bob Chapek he's going to take a fifty percent take out I mean it's quite a big he's quite a big sacrifice to miss if I missed only go to I mean he earned last year forty seven and a half million dollars as chairman and chief executive so he's taking quite a risk that I'm giving up but a lot of senior people apparently will not be you know will not be losing their their salaries unlike the more you know a lower paid staff at the big the big theme parks soccer tonight and rooted in Hong Kong with the business use thank you is the BBC world service now I want to come off and I will turn into a teacher because I like many of you listening to this program have children at home and we have to earn money and also be caregivers and teach as well two things that owns not always we used to during the same time and he always has to be honest the BBC correspondent in the Netherlands a holic and has been getting some professional advice with the help of her three year old tools Xena's practicing for phonics should parents be incorporated green into the routine I put that question to a professor of childhood development so we have a listen to what he had to say so this is professor Hey this is what happened to her because she is in full from the back of his stories have a listen to what professor Carlos Shingo had to say my advice would be to avoid its long on interactives episodes off and are you working and having conference calls on the one hand and and the child's you know being left to its own devices out of turning devices or otherwise that may be harmful in the long term instead turning this into a fair collaborative challenge for you and the children together may potentially strengthen your relationship so you're sitting in the balcony and can you explain what you're doing thanks for for the people you come across it is are looking here we are playing to the altruistic motivation getting children involved helping them to understand how they can actually help why are we only sitting on the balcony rather than going it signs the virus when that gives that race here in the Netherlands and run the world's it's the older people who have suffered more isn't it they've become more ill Tom does come up so people can and then there's the pressure to home school Emily McLean is a teacher in Scotland parents should prioritise children's health and well being just nine it's a huge transition and children will be missing family friends clubs under normal school routines let them take time to adjust and don't feel pressured to suddenly replicate this guilty this is Asha hi there as a mother of two young kids and at the campus working from home feature at the moment thanks number one is just keep your cool don't worry about anything too much and play enjoy the time you have with the kids and if you need to work give them tasks don't stress that's my advice those reporting from the Netherlands the B. B. C.'s many holding them and her mom as well this is the state from the BBC it's twenty three minutes past the hour right let's talk about education and schools when will the nippers go back to schools and colleges it's become quite a hot political topic Denmark has re opened lower level schools last week some parents still keeping their kids off school because they argue that I want to be Guinea pigs fronts in Australia also making plans to re open Germany's we had little bit area opening shops may you be educational but for the no date here in the U. K. let's talk to talk to Mike to loosely exposing disease modelling at the university of Warwick Mike when it came to closing schools all of a sudden US civilians became aware that there are many different ways that you could model the importance or north of the school as a vector one way or the other what do you think are the the main criteria that the governments and people have to look at in terms of deciding when to reopen schools well I'm in other cities at least two conflicting factors here and this is why it's a really really challenging decision I'm on the one hand I'm at some point we need to start thinking about releasing these log not locked down measures and starting to resume some levels of normal life in a part of that and this is why some of the decisions are being made in some countries is allowing some workers to go back to work what is your children to go back to work so that's one of the reasons why it's being considered the children being sent back to school on the other hand this is the real challenge there's still a lot of uncertainty regarding the role of children in transmission we know who from the data that we have that children tend to have only a relatively mild symptoms old maybe even in some cases have no symptoms of toll when they get infected what we still don't know who really is the precise role of these children playing transmission so that could be a risk that if schools start to reopen rapidly that we could stop the resurgence of now she's not is really interesting because one or two and I understood from the reporting that I heard here on this program last week wanted to parents in Denmark was saying listen we don't want our kids to be used as a Guinea pig because you can't guarantee that they're not going to be exposed to infection and so on so in effect you're saying that right because you can never say there is no risk well I I think this is unfortunately this is one of the problems with things like that matches that I mean if we take the U. K. as an example when we started to introduce lockdown measures all the matches came in relatively close together right the space of maybe three to four days I'm out it's really hard if we're trying to mobile this to predict the relative impact of all these different types of measures closing pubs and restaurants closing schools fighting what places and sidewalls at some point as I said we have to start using these measures and unfortunately this is one of the this is one of the consequences of this that we will have to relax a measure I'm in the world whole thought will helpful tonight's action said this missiles that if the measure is relaxed we need to allow a period of time to be able to observe the effectiveness of the ISO what exactly we need to know how long that period is and was still slightly unclear about the the sort of the infection delays and that kind of thing when it comes to the thing that we're all going to be talking about fairly soon avoiding the second wave of infections all schools particularly an important part of that or they just one of the many factors such as work social distancing and so on that have to be slowly tested him brought him well I would I would say there are particularly important part of that they certainly could play a role in that send unfortunately I get it which it does feel like a little bit that we're all being Guinea pigs and we'll have to sort of relax and measure gather information and then we will have a look strong confidence in the effectiveness I mean what you need what you need to remember here is that we know that for a lot of countries in Europe we can say relatively confident legal the lock down matches have happened effects that have reduced transmission I'm we all seeing that we have managed to reduce all reproduction on the side of it the academic codes all turning out of that what we don't know necessarily how rapidly that turning out of when it may be that we can release some measures and we can still keep the epidemic under control but it may be that actually releasing some measures we start to see a rise again so it's really important that when we list measures and observe we're able to be reactive and if necessary some measures may need to be re introduced to someone off many thanks indeed up to Mike Gillislee of the university of Warwick an expert in disease modeling it's easy for the BBC world service we gonna leave you with the raw the lifting story of a Spanish taxi driver and I he had been giving patients at Lister hospital for free in matrix to and from appointments all thing for nothing in return he got a call from the hospital I think it will be sent to him can you come pick up another patient I'm when he walks in he called this instead what you can do is doctors nurses lining the entrance to the hospital as this names taxi driver Hey man I am uploading him he was taken completely by surprise what they did was they have a guard of honor as he walked down everyone waving and applauding him and saying thank you so much for giving your services for nothing of it had a whip round as well they handed him an envelope with money and a dedication inside the trip it's been said by the Spanish taxi union he was moved to tears by it and that has been viewed more than ten million times Lawrence on social media very very proud of that exactly how the union saying it's at times like this we see what said communities do for one another good things happen to good people sometimes she could because so much others without expectation or a ward humbling and beautiful what a lovely note and the prevalence of the stuff join us again tomorrow for more rush across the world class and parents with Newsday bye bye and thanks for listening distribution of the BBC world service in the U. 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"mike gillislee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"mike gillislee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I'm in southern California I'm still in our studios we're still being simulcasted on CBS sports network it is still very good to be with you my cell phone was still toll free in the U. S. and Canada it is still one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six I still have a busy third hour for you Jayvon Hargrave a defensive tackle the eagles joins me next hour the head coach of the U. S. men's national soccer team Greg Burkhalter joins me next hour right now we are joined by an MLB network insider in MLB dot com columnist he also works with NHL network Fox Sports he's good for the program he is Jon Morosi John normally you'd be coming on the show this time and we'll be talking about the first few days of the MLB season the last few days of the NHL regular season of course everything is different right now so how are you John and how is life treating you well Jim thanks for having me on the the show today and for the conversation and certainly person for most thanks for keeping the conversation going around sports for all of us in the country to keep us all connected so keeping the great job that you're always doing what we're doing in Michigan I would say first and foremost but my wife is a doctor herself couple hospitals here in Michigan so she's quite busy and really I'm so proud of the work that she's doing and all of our colleagues involved in the medical field so first of foremost supporting her and and then also at home we've got three daughters so I've been doing a lot of teaching as well and then hopefully have it's a good lesson plans there but really the the big focus is I think for all of us were all citizens first right now and so in my case a citizen first then of course the husband to my wife to help her I do great work she's doing right now Jon Morosi at home home schooling I think you might be the greatest home school teacher ever I think your wife John Abraham the frontline for doing what they're doing as I mentioned last week also everybody else who is making things better and easier for us people working grocery stores people or providing services people are putting themselves out there a great risk so we can all keep going I wanna thank them once again to see John there's news I want to get to but before I do so I want you to tell a few stories if you don't mind it you been with MLB network now for eight years you bet on Twitter talking about some of your favorite favorite memories from each year I wanna hit with a couple so you can expand upon them you are more than a hundred and forty to two hundred eighty characters about that time when Madison Bumgarner came out of the bullpen in game seven a cop in stadium in KC what do you remember about that moment the US they will resolve it for fall in the the the Twitter account there was over the remember is that I've been sharing that World Series twenty fourteen was magnificent for so many reasons and we knew entering that game seven is gonna be managed aggressively by both sides too much and sorry for the giants in what became the final game of his career and then Jeremy Guthrie for the Royals we knew that certainly both managers would go to the bullpen early and with Bumgarner we had a sense that he was going to come into the game at some point we didn't know was how early and for how long and so when both she goes in the fifth inning I just remember that gasp that that all my goodness reaction rippling down press role in in the press box there Kauffman stadium saying oh my gosh she's going to him so early and the problem was that maybe he'd be able to to go in there for two three innings at the most what was the belief that it is a bit maybe be able to do that but certainly not by then and that was it it was almost impossible to it to conceive of an outing like that on such little rest every been so dominant in game five in San Francisco we just spent two days to rest so I I would say was one of the best individual performance I'd ever seen also in remember he was a little wobbly in that first released in any through and then settle in after that and that is magnificent closing which nearly got away from the giants in the ninth inning with the with the single by Alex cord that was misplayed into a triple the the two base error rather and of course that eternal question should Mike Gillislee and send Gordon I don't think so in that moment but certainly is one of those great debates that will have from now until forever no doubt Jon Morosi joining us and then John there is that detail from game seven of the twenty sixteen World Series between Chicago and Cleveland you were following the action in the tenth inning from a stairwell behind home plate without the benefit of a TV monitor laid out for me why were you in that stairwell and how could you tell what was going on the thanks base record your message the route interesting story because as the cubs had the lead late I was covering the game probably network of course so we were not the right sort of the game is on fox so the the the general idea is that if you're part of the the group of reporters were allowed to be on the field after a clinch situation you'll wind up with about maybe an inning to go before maybe so you line up starting in the eighth inning in in a sort of issue next to the field and in the progressive field in Cleveland that is the umpires room tunnel right behind home plate there's a staircase and it goes down into the into the hallway that leads like the sweet area the field level suites there in Cleveland and so we get there during the eighth inning one of course all the mayhem occurs in and head in the game is tied to go the next routing there the rain delay so I probably spent a good hour and a half in that tunnel sober said cell phone reception allowed us to watch the the game on our phones in on a delay though so you were you were watching it about thirty minutes or thirty seconds late rather so I'm I'm down in that tunnel thinking to myself how am I going to see what's happening by now there were two outs there the the cubs were one out away from winning and of course there was a run scored noting there were some traffic on the bases there was not an easy called up for the cubs nor could we ever expected to be easy for them and so as I'm inching forward I I it wasn't closed anybody that a phone out so I was looking up as I looked up the only person who I could see sitting on the very edge of that I'll basically over the tunnel opening what's the what's the interior of actually holding his son as I recall it and so I said well I'm going to look up your watch Theo and his reaction is gonna tell me if the cubs of wonder if they lost and sure enough I would to also look it up at the and and the ground balls at the Bryant as we learn later and he throws to first base and I think the old tosses sign in the air and in enjoyed and and a big smile is gradually everybody around him all the cubs problems people that's how I found out the cubs won the World Series by with like fifteen seconds after that I was thrust through the will gain out of the field and rushing up to dexter followed by the time I got to dexter he was already crying so I the the rush of emotion when you're thrust into that gym and you don't even really know what happened besides the fact of the coverages one of course with that was really the only relevant thing at that point that but not every not even be able to watch the final play of the cheerleader than doing interviews about what kind of unique and I'll never forget it and remember seeing Bill Murray on the field it was just a surreal series of events there four years ago in Cleveland that is wild Jon Morosi joining us all right to speak on the cubs Jon in seo when you think about the cubs in where they are well where they were as a team and our organization RAF they won the World Series and all the town they had it felt like it might be the start of a dynasty what would you have said if I told you they lose the NLCS in five the next season get bounced in the wild card game the year after that and then missed the playoffs all together in twenty nineteen I would have been stunned because given the the common thread you look at the teams that are that dynasties or something close to a gym and and they're almost always clubs that have young homegrown control position players which the cubs that had they had this group of of Bryant and Rizzo and Baez in contrary us and Russell it different times a lot of great young talent and you would have expected them to be able to stay in at least get one more World Series appearance of it certainly going into that and I'll C. S. in three consecutive years is a pretty good she meant but not being able to to then build upon it was to me a little surprising I think it also speaks Jim to the the challenge of baseballs with the format of the sport and how how much competitive balance there is but also what the cubs for Solon gym that'd been there their car was was was given a World Series winning it and once they did it it changes things a little bit and I I I think that they've still spent some time now reformulating what that identity for that organization is going to be in the future of course they had a managerial change after last season and David Ross said this is where we had so much turnover in a managerial ranks in the game so it unexpected you think about the mats in the and surely that that case and in the Astros and in the red Sox this winter but it certainly you think about the cubs and David Ross the very first time manager they have spring training interrupted in the way that it has banned and then knowing you probably another three weeks or so we hope once the season gets going again it does make for a somewhat of a difficult interruption for them for obvious to the entire world and sports world and not trivialize the the baseball part of things but they're they're just they're instead difficulty in having a continuity of their of their I think a little bit we were I think they were interrupted a bit with the with the way they're playing in maybe the culture now they have to find a way to restore the time was certainly as we know Jim they're much weightier issues before our nation in the world Jon Morosi joining us I think that's a really fast any point you made about the cubs that once they finally did winter after chasing it for so long this is change of identity and now they've got to go about kind of reinventing themselves all over again and it's to the point he just made John when you talk to people around the league what is your sense as to how teams are handling the delayed start to the regular season what's in it that's the question before everybody right now in in it and I think there's no one easy way to do it I was just even texting with executive today just expressed just how this how tough this is how how is as personal as as humans as citizens as we're going through that's the number one aspect in the the concern that we have for our fellow residents of people in our families and it's certainly ourselves in many many cases as well there's a lot of concern right now so that I was the person for most and supporting those that are that are in in need in those who are caring for the number one but then you think about this the the baseball routine in the rhythm we all want our routines back whatever our routines are we want them back in the worst way this is the natural human feeling right now and I I think for baseball Jim the biggest question is going to be what is the return to play look like I think for now you've got pitchers who are effectively in offseason mode maybe they're still throwing a little bit but they're not ready to go by any means they're gonna need to have three weeks of us SportAccord spring training summer training if you will before they can start their season and then I think we have.

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"mike gillislee" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"mike gillislee" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Know it's funny I'm watching this Mets nationals game from two thousand fifteen and I know there shouldn't be a surprise but there are in the starting lineups for both teams only two guys who are still on their respective team and both of them are nationals that's it Ryan Zimmerman who's been there forever and Michael Taylor fielder what is your what is wasn't even there yet right away this is not there they've traded for right right but he didn't play in that game right they they made the deal earlier in the day while you're right I read my York football giants camp yeah I saw that's right on the right absolutely never forget it but even the pictures the starting pitcher for the Washington nationals G. O. Gonzalez who is now with the white Sox of my mistaken and former met legend number thirty three Matt Harvey okay for the Mets and he was a legend he was always very short lived legend but boy he was no doubt about oil boys even in them is even in the minors anymore I don't think I don't think he even signed a minor league deal is still available I let's go to robin Lennix what's up Robbie Robbie how are you the guys a little the prospect of unit B. as if they would be up in a shelter to be without sunshine for me says thank you the Rangers played pretty well I mean and now they are on their way they're not gonna do you know who knows what's gonna happen now I know it's amazing my my my nephew was called home from SUNY up in Plattsburgh and they're in Westchester by my brothers in Tuckahoe so like you know they're really close to like an infected area so what you guys come up here for crying out loud but you know reasonable reaction will never know you guys are what you don't know what's gonna happen but that should be really good for you that quite again albeit yeah it's right what did I talk about it with the Yankees still maybe our judges maybe you are judging your weight is so be ready to go opening day I mean exactly I mean but the thing is that this reminds me a little bit of two thousand four obviously when the actual season was canceled but I was going to games in order for to go through the right back but you know I'll be in the ministry you know I I'm hoping that you know this is going out and quickly we can go back on the season you know this whole thing by percentages yeah I've been here lately I was actually a higher percentage of winning in the raiders don't so the owners of their own by percentage that would make the playoffs what does your get your thoughts on the outer center down for you and then I'll get your thoughts on that after but you know for me is a hockey nut I mean it's just really hard I mean I mean Joe I don't even order the package this year so I actually listen to the games on my computer or my phone Mike Gillislee tennis courts and and these call and stammer so I mean you know the good grades are such a big part of my life now the weight of twenty four thirteen seconds the other night the object of the game in NHL network at that point was that exactly we'll see what happens guys but you know it's it's tough it's usually right now here is the good news the Rangers right now the future is bright B. yeah Jeff Erin and and ends of the vantage data media you know that's that one two punch as good as anybody's gotta be honest your right hand look it's okay to look at how sports are affected by this year right if they come back and say we're gonna play for more games right just trying to find out the amount of games right maybe they say everyone gets to seventy two games right now Columbus is at seventy the Rangers are at seventy the islanders are at sixty eight let's say they come up with that you're right there is a very good chance that a guy like Chris Kreider can help you with and it's the same in the NBA with injuries because you know what I mean injury I don't think we know what involves Brooklyn and and obviously the same a baseball with a judge and Stanton three that two out of three first round series against the go Toronto weather gonna be played Milwaukee or whatever it is that you got the rants look out sign me up he kept the internet but right now the islanders are at eighty points Columbus is eighty one but Columbus is played seventy games the islanders sixty eight so I got a higher percentage that's why my assumption would be they would make the playoffs but hopefully it doesn't come to that hopefully it comes back and there's at least even if it's only two or three game rice right now at least the kind of get some game action before you start the postseason which hopefully happen soon who knows Jim in Hartford Connecticut Hey Jim Jim how are you hi I'm fine thank you thanks for taking the call I'll tell you what I did that last caller I guess who's your or something whatever people wanted to the golf course will guess what I'm doing I'm on the screen right now dot ball you're going to get you to look at the US you can you you hold the line up a plot you talking to us yeah well I'm not gonna be guarded deal longer to tell you that much so yeah hello well let me ask you what kind of put the you got no one give me a little feel of of what the plot you look at well I I tell you wondered why tell you true I don't have a partner well I have a pitcher words so I'm on a green that of course is called okay and the owner of the golf course is a builder so nobody's around now I could get arrested that's all I see what you're doing okay no I'm not but I'm just I'm just playing around but they all look pardon green and there's you know a couple place for me to check the box I don't have my freakin potter that's the problem but the bottom line is that listen there are things we can do and I'm doing I I you know I I try to take a positive outlook on things the one thing that I think it was asked the question as far as I know the NFL has not come out and cancel the free agency period have a knob or change it not yet not yet now that yeah yeah okay well you know what you guys do a great job I enjoyed listening to you I really do Maggie and moves up there what it's like listen to a funeral a mourner it's like you know I I'm not I'm not taking a shot at them well you gotta let me go like it sounds like it's taking a big shot Hey listen listen come on that's not nice its own joy enjoy your day on the golf course live your life yes but I've got something very exciting for you right now can't wait other great Mike McCain he listens all the time Mike McKay idea trust me this will get interesting I products again what was it what it is he and what do you stream of consciousness talking sessions well I guess he listens to things we talk about and some guys will send me an email with information right he sent me information about Matt Harvey in where he is right okay and I do what you find is interesting okay go here according to Jon Heyman not with us because I guess we never asked him about it but Jon Heyman said on that podcast that he started yeah that about a few weeks ago Matt Harvey worked out with the Toronto Blue Jays he tried out with the Toronto Blue Jays and the blue jays coach seriously considered signing him as a reliever bought they passed cell well I guess so he's always so Matt Harvey is nowhere man Ortiz no where while it really is remarkable to think about where he was he is on believable and where he is now on believable I mean you still don't match what you think you still date a supermodel I'm gonna go with no bro what I'm going to go with no I think I have to agree Frank is in Waterbury Connecticut Hey Frank how are you what's up guys all right graduation on taking place at the spot thank you thanks to call you in the midday I appreciate you guys so I called many times right away nobody let's let's be honest Sir is it nobody could take France as a spot you know we're we're we're we're we're we're looking ahead but there's not even a pretense to think we could so I'll let you know it well I know what you guys there thank you but I I don't think there's a lot so I'm a big sports fan I own a small sports bar here in Waterbury Connecticut and not are you still if you know your well tonight we are but we'll see going forward you know last night I I sent out a tweet I showed the Armageddon on our video all right today I'm gonna show I'll break that's not bad is it and some of them some of the rerun the ACC championship game but that is not the norm it's a killer it's a killer yeah it's pretty valuable port forty sort of all that really is like pulling teeth around here you know everybody yet for your content look like they you know started to build some momentum you think you know we're already yesterday and I just pulled the plug in it just like last Tuesday for now I just got a hold that you know you could stay open and things like that yeah let's also let's all boy let's hope that that's the case at least you can still you know go to you know if you want to go to a restaurant or whatever you you can go you know what I mean of course and I feel bad for the small business owners shop like that every day you know as long as it's open you got to think I'm not saying this is going to work or it's as good as the NC double a tournament think of some creative ideas have sports trivia contest or something like that something to try to get people in an entertaining because remember they're going to be people if they are a lot out there to look for entertainment there to look for something to kind of take their mind off of what's going on so even the the most mediocre idea may work because it's like watching classic games and sometimes I'll watch a classic but that seems much more appealing today and next week in the week after that it normally is because what are your other options I would be all over watching like classic you know NFL games in the past and I got those on those that would really be what one to watch and have actually done a little bit is watch old boxing matches yeah that's cool very much into into that if I you know if I can yeah I guess you could get him online but the new one I'm kind of thing you can find so much stuff that the thing about the old NFL games right now assuming they keep free agency going there's still there's gonna be a lot of news to report yeah no doubt it looting Brady and and we talked about this as a possibility of Brady to the box yeah Brady anywhere I mean this whole Tom Brady rumor fing we've been going on for months and months should be coming to a head assuming they still allow free agency because he's gonna get to decide where he wants to go yeah yes Tony is in Staten Island Hey Tony Tony how are you good good how you doing what's odd not second time on calls like that two things the first to have been the first time I called you didn't know about the Peterson house you disappointed me the Peterson house know about that what what is what is I see no no I don't I don't what is the the point in history.

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"mike gillislee" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"mike gillislee" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"This how many zeke's are there? There are there are, and that's that's why I said I really feel like the Steelers should pay Levy on. I know that there's this idea that, you know, paying a star run. Back like, they're interchangeable. You can do running back by committee like noon, really can't. And if you look like you said at the teams that are here at the end of the year, they have a strong running by the way, this whole running back by committee in New England, by the way, the head Corey Dillon a star a Curtis Martin a New England guy, by the way, Sony, Michelle's, just not another running back James White's the best pass catching running back, maybe of my life. This idea that they use a bunch of Mike Gillislee. He's he was running back by committee guy. It. Rex Burkhead, but they're not getting big carries. Bottom line is New England is often had really good. What you consider like, you know, regular guy running back James white was a great college back. I think it was kansin. He's a great pass catching kind of everyone kind of sold out on running backs a few years ago. And that that mentality is still lingering who when you look at it. Having star running back is the is literally the game changer because it allows you to to have a dynamic often during the year when you're playing in cold weather. You know, you have someone you can hand the rock to and be in their reliable. C J Anderson has been hugely important for the Rams, and he's not considered as crucial as the reason they won that game respond Respond early. early joy with the news. Well, that's the news. Thanks for stopping by heard lie. I there's an interesting piece of tape that came out yesterday. I I'd never seen Bill Belichick do this, and it sort of a behind the scenes thing. And I think it's really interesting. So Bella Chac sat down. I it's about seven minutes long all run about forty seconds of it. And he went back and he looked at the game against Kansas City. And he showed you why he showed you. How New England's defense took out tyreek hill and how Patrick Mahomes was sort of glommed onto his go to home run hitter. And New England took him away therefore allowing a little extra time for his pass rush. Here's the video homes is looking over here. Trying to try to throw the ball at saying this general area somewhere, you know. And there's the double coverage on hill that gives our Russian often. And get there. Another double coverage play here on a hill and similar play the one we just ran it. Coverage is really good because you could see all these guys are really opened here. We've got this handled. Devon's over the top one hill. So as Mahomes tries to extend the play and get out. Trey flowers able to to make play from the back side. So think that saved us a a sure three points. They're very interesting Mahomes. A young quarterback has a star home run hitter receiver and he's looking for him. And what is Bill Belichick was do? Take away your biggest homerun weapon and so- Mahomes as he's looking for hail looking for hill. And they take hill out Mahomes one thousand one what that and they take him out of field goal range. And this is something often young quarterbacks. Do they kind of Glomma is they learned the pocket they kind of glum onto a player or two that makes them more. Always does I feel like if you're a Rams fan show in Atlanta with a shirt that says ignore your receiver. Okay. But this is where the Rams present a very interesting dilemma there very New England like the Rams had six guys with fifty or more targets. They don't have a guy. They did have Todd Gurley. Now, they have to C J Anderson. They've got two tight ends. They throw to Gough doesn't have a favourite wide receiver. He did. In Cooper company got hurt. The Rams are very New England. Like, they don't have a guy you can take away. They had six guys with fifty or more targets and their go to guy girly you go into the Super Bowl digging. Are they gonna use him? They ever used him. He didn't play the last three weeks..

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