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"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

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05:54 min | 2 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Mike hanging out with you. Hello, Mike. What's going on? My friends? Oh, man. I'm not too much. It's my It's my youngest birthday today. She turns five so I've been actually instead of preparing for the Show. I've been building a giant frozen castle that's like taller than her. So, um you know, we'll just, uh we'll just wing it, guys, You know, I haven't done any football research all off season, so I don't know anything we're about to talk about, but I got that castle almost built and that's really what matters today. Okay, as usual, Mike, not showing up to the podcast prepared, but happy birthday to your baby girl. A young queen Mike is the ultimate dad, not just in terms of his bad jokes and building frozen castles, but all So the way he treats little girls, so I'm sure today will be a celebratory day other than stuff with me for the next. I don't know 30 or 45 minutes. So the spirit of today's show is that we recently did a mock draft. It was Thursday of last week. Then that was June 25th to 24th. I don't know Someday that was not June 29th. It was 10 teams. It was a half point PPR mock draft like and we're gonna go to some of the take aways and just sort of look at some of the notable players. Some of the things that stood out during this mock draft just for reference. Terms of where we're picking Kyle and third overall pick I the sixth overall pick Daniel seven. You were nine. There are 10 teams in total. I don't recall who had the number one overall pick. But that's neither here nor there. But like I'm starting to top as we often do, and it seems like six players are going to go pretty frequently in any formats are most format mock drafts. We do it, ESPN it fixed running backs. Um Other than the ADP, which is where, you know, Obviously, the masses are drafting. It's pretty much six running backs, or you might have Travis Kelsey in the sixth lot over Zeke Elliott. But the sticks are kind of obvious, right. It's Christian. In some order, Christian McCaffrey, Alvin Kamara, Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry, Ezekiel Elliott. And Who am I Forgetting is the sixth. Of course, this is a great podcast. Jaquan Barkley them already. Yeah. So anything. Do you feel like it's a We at the point where it's a consensus Top six for is this year different from previous years where it felt like we had a pocket at the top of the draft. That was pretty solidified. Yes, you know, it's interesting because I would I think I would categorize it as a big seven. Really, You know, at running back, I think that some people might agree on six, but I have McCaffrey cook, Barkley, Camara, Henry and then Zeke and Taylor. Maybe a little step back from that fire, but they're right in that conversation as well. I mean, you might and again, it might sound crazy, but there's a couple of things to think about here, You know? See him CMC. We know he's the one point when he's going to go first and pretty much every draft Cook has missed while at least two games every year of his career Sequin. Obviously, we know Stephania Bell has some concerns with with with some injury concerns, maybe a limited role early in the first month of the season before he's fully unleashed this season. Albert Camara no more Drew Brees in that offense. Derrick Henry. I mean, look at the last couple of years of top in fantasy running back production. Not many guys are 28 years old, and not many guys repeat as top and fantasy running backs after after leading the running back position and touches as he did last season, so there's red flags there. So my point being, they all have red flags on top of as well as these other guys like Zeke, Um Whose workload at times is reduced down the stretch last season. There's some chatter about Tony Pollard playing a bigger role, but this guy was also RB three during the weeks at Dak Prescott started last season, so he very much has still has a high ceiling. And, of course don at the Taylor. I mean, look, he he was a part time player most of last season and ended up RB six. So can we really categorize him as a guy? That's not in that conversation in that top six or seven? I don't think so. You should play a bigger role. Even with Marla Mac back on that roster in year Number two, the offensive line should still be in pretty good shape. So I think it's really any of those seven in those top spots, and you can organize them pretty much. However, however you want. I think it's worth noting that in our mock drafts, which are done by the ESPN fantasy staff, of course, that you're going to see running backs go really early. Almost every single draft like we're going to skew very running back heavy, very quarterback patients, But those six running backs go first. Jonathan Taylor is interesting one. Mike, I'm glad you brought up because my counter was going to be what about Marlon Mag? And this is one of those things that in fantasy can other B Nothing or it can be completely irrelevant. When a team loves a player like we know the Colts love, Marlon Mack. One shoulder is the devil saying, Well, Marlon Mack may get Let's just say 10 carries again, and that could be a detriment to Jonathan Taylor's value. The Angel and the other shoulder may say, Hey, listen, Jonathan Taylor, clearly a superior talent has some impact in the passing game as well, too good to pass up. He belongs in that tier. But my general sense is that Taylor will not be viewed by most in quite that same sort of Borderline 67 overall that maybe you explain him there, But that's I mean most of if he ended with Jonathan Taylor. No one's going to complain about him being one of your top picks a part of the things to be a little more divisive Mike. And maybe the reason why he's going ahead of ADP again because ESPN fantasy staffers and running backs always go early. It's Miles Sanders. You know, Matthew, I believe it again, Sort of down on Miles Sanders concerned about the once again crowded backfield. What are your concerns or lack thereof on mild Sanders this year? Yes. So Sanders. I think I'm probably a little bit more comfortable with than than some others. I don't know. I mean, he's going to the third round. I'm 16 the 16th on my board. But I would put him right in that swift Najee Harris mixing maybe Gibson sort of category. I think he could pay that off. I mean, kind of reliant on big plays last season, that kind of inflated his numbers ended up at 5.3 yards per carry. Obviously, we're not going to project that moving forward, but you would expect them to be healthier on the field more and certainly has a path to a large role. I mean, I don't think that you know, it's not like they went out like shoes carry on Johnson, right. He's on the Russell choose him as an example. He was a second round pick for years ago. You know, the lines went in the last season and drafted DeAndre Swift that made you worried about carry on Johnson's long term outlook, Obviously a short term outlook. Eagles didn't really do that right. They claimed Johnson off papers..

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"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Field and Mike hanging out with you. Hello, Mike. What's going on? My friends. Oh, man. Not too much. It's my It's my youngest birthday today. She turns five, so I've been actually instead of preparing for the show. I've been building a giant frozen castle that's like taller than her. So, um, you know, we'll just We'll just wing it, guys. You know, I haven't done any football research all off season, so I don't know anything we're about to talk about, but I got that castle almost built and that's really what matters today. Okay, as usual, Mike, not showing up to the podcast prepared, but happy birthday to your baby girl. The young queen Mike is the ultimate dad. Not just in terms of his bad jokes and building frozen castles, but also the way he treats a little girls so I'm sure today will be a celebratory day other than stuck with me for the next. I don't know 30 or 45 minutes. So the spirit of today's show is that we recently did a mock draft. It was Thursday of last week. I think that was June 25th to 24th. I don't know Someday that was not June 29th. It was 10 teams. It was a half point PPR mock draft Mike and we're gonna have some of the take aways and just sort of look at some of the notable players. Some of the things that stood out during this mock draft just for reference in terms of where we're picking Kyle and third overall pick The sixth overall pick Daniel seven. You are nine. Uh, there are 10 teams in total. I don't recall who had the number one overall pick. But that's neither here nor there. But like I start at the top as we often do, and it seems like six players are going to go pretty frequently in any format or most format Mock draft we do at ESPN. It fixed running back, um, other than the 80 P, which is where, you know, Obviously, the masses are drafting. It's pretty much six running backs or You might have Travis Kelsey in the sixth lot over Zeke Elliott. But the stakes are kind of obvious, right. It's Christian. In some order, Christian McCaffrey album Camera, Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry, Ezekiel Elliott. And Who am I Forgetting Is the sixth. Of course, this is a great podcasting. Take one. Barkley them already. Yeah, so anything, do you feel like it's It's a re at the point. Where is the consensus? Top six or is this year different from previous years where it felt like we had a pocket at the top of the draft that was pretty solidified. You know, it's interesting because I would I think I would categorize it as a big seven. Really, You know, at running back, I think that some people might agree on six. But I have McCaffrey cook Barkley, Camara, Henry and then Zeke and Taylor. Maybe a little step back from that fire, But they're right in that conversation as well. I mean, you might and again, it might sound crazy, but there's a couple of things to think about here, You know? See him CMC. We know he's the one point when he's going to go first to pretty much every draft Cook has missed when at least two games every year of his career. Obviously, we noticed the final Bell has some concerns with with with some injury concerns, maybe a limited role early in the first month of the season before he's fully unleashed this season. Albert Camara no more true breeze in that offense. Derek Henry. I mean, look at the last couple of years of top in fantasy running back production. Not many guys are 28 years old, and not many guys repeat as top and fantasy running backs after after leading the running back position and touches as he did last season, so there's red flags there. So my point being, they all have red flags on top of As well as these other guys like Zeke, Um, who's our workload at times has reduced down the stretch last season. There's some chatter about Tony Pollard playing a bigger role. But this guy was also RB three during the weeks at Dak Prescott started last season, so he very much has still has a high ceiling. And, of course don at the Taylor. I mean, look, he he was a part time player most of last season and ended up RB six. So can we really categorize him as a guy? That's not in that conversation in the top six or seven? I don't think so. You should play a bigger role, even with Marlon Mack back on that roster in year number. To the offensive line should still be in pretty good shape, so I think it's really any of those seven in those top spots, and you can organize them pretty much. However, however you want. I think it's worth noting that in our mock drafts, which are done by the ESPN fantasy staff, of course, that you're going to see running backs go really early. Almost every single draft like we're going to skew very running back heavy, very quarterback patients, But those six running backs go first. Jonathan Taylor is interesting one. Mike, I'm glad you brought up because my counter was going to be what about Marlon Mag and this is One of those things that in fantasy can other be a thing or it can be completely irrelevant. When a team loves a player like we know the colt Love, Marlon Mack. One shoulder is the devil saying, Well, Marlon Mack may get Let's just say 10 carries a game and that could be a detriment to Jonathan Taylor's value. The Angel and the other shoulder may say, Hey, listen, Jonathan Taylor, Clearly a superior talent has some impact in the passing game as well, too good to pass up. P belongs in that tier. But my general sense is that Taylor will not be viewed by most in quite that same sort. The border line. 67 overall that maybe you explain him there, But that's I mean most of if we end up with Jonathan Taylor. No one's going to complain about him be one of your top picks. Apparently, I think to be a little more divisive Mike. And maybe the reason why he's going ahead of his ADP is again because ESPN fantasy staffers and running backs always go early. It's Miles Sanders, Matthew. I believe it again, Sort of down on mild Sanders concerned about the once again crowded backfield..

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"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:52 min | 2 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And Mike hanging out with you. Hello, Mike. What's going on? My friends? Oh, man. I'm not too much. It's my It's my youngest birthday today. She turns five so I've been actually instead of preparing for this show. I've been building a giant frozen castle that's like taller than her. So, um, you know, we'll just We'll just wing it, guys, You know, I haven't done any football research all off season, so I don't know anything we're about to talk about, but I got that castle almost built and that's really what matters today. Okay, as usual, Mike, not showing up to the podcast prepared, but happy birthday to your baby girl. The young queen Mike is the ultimate dad, not just in terms of his bad jokes and building frozen castles but also the way He treated little girls, so I'm sure today will be a celebratory day other than stuck with me for the next. I don't know 30 or 45 minutes. So the spirit of today's show is that we recently did a mock draft. It was Thursday of last week. That was June 25th to 24th. I don't know Someday that was not June 29th. It was 10 teams. It was a half point PPR mock draft Mike and we're gonna get some of the take aways and just sort of look at some of the notable players. Some of the things that stood out during this mock draft just for reference in terms of We're picking Kyle and third overall pick by the sixth overall pick Daniel seven. You were nine. There were 10 teams in total. I don't recall who had the number one overall pick. But that's neither here nor there. But like I'm starting to talk as we often do, and it seems like six players are going to go pretty frequently in any formats are most format mock draft we do at ESPN. It fixed running back, um, other than the 80 P, which is where, you know, Obviously, the masses are drafting. It's pretty much six running backs. Or you might have Travis Kelsey in the sixth lot over Zeke Elliott. But the sticks are kind of obvious, right. It's Christian. In some order, Christian McCaffrey album Camera, Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry, Ezekiel Elliott. And Who am I Forgetting Is the sixth. Of course, this is a great podcast. Glenn Barkley them already. Yeah, so anything, do you feel like it's it's Are we at the point, Where is the consensus? Top? 64 is this year different from previous years where it felt like we had a pocket at the top of the draft. That was pretty solidified. Yes, you know, it's interesting because I would I think I would categorize it as a big seven. Really, You know, at running back, I think that some people might agree on six. But I have McCaffrey cook Barkley, Camara, Henry and then Zeke and Taylor. Maybe a little step back from that fire, but they're right in that conversation as well. I mean, you might again It might sound crazy, but there's a couple of things to think about here, you know? See him CMC. We know he's the one point when he's going to go first and pretty much every draft, Cook has missed one at least two games every year of his career. Sequana. Obviously, we noticed the final bell has some kind. Turns with with some injury concerns, maybe a limited role early in the first month of the season before he's fully unleashed this season. Albert tomorrow no more. Drew Brees in that offense. Derek Henry. I mean, look at the last couple of years of top in fantasy running back production. Not many guys are 28 years old, and not many guys repeat as top and fantasy running backs after after leading the running back position touches as he did last season, so there's red flags there. So my point being, they all have red flags on top of as well as these other guys like Zeke, Um Who's our workload at times has reduced down the stretch last season. There's some chatter about Tony Pollard playing a bigger role, but this guy was also RB three during the weeks at Dak Prescott started last season, so he very much has still has a high ceiling. And, of course don at the Taylor. I mean, look, he he was a part time player most of last season and ended up RB six. So can we really categorize him as a guy? That's not in that conversation in the top six or seven? I don't think so. You should play a bigger role. Even with Marlon Mack back on that roster in year Number two, the offensive line should still be in pretty good shape. So I think it's really any of those seven in those top spots, and you can organize them pretty much. However, everyone I think it's worth noting that in our mock drafts, which are done by the ESPN fantasy staff, of course, that you're going to see running backs go really early. Almost every single draft like we're going to skew very running back heavy, very quarterback patients, But those sticks running backs Co first Jonathan Taylor is interesting one. Mike, I'm glad you brought up because my counter was going to be what about Marlon Mag? And this is one of those things that in fantasy can other Be a thing or it can be completely irrelevant. When a team loves a player like we know the colt Love Marlon Mack. One shoulder is the devil saying, Well, Marlon Mack may get Let's just say 10 carries a game and that could be a detriment to Jonathan Taylor's value. The Angel and the other shoulder may say, Hey, listen, Jonathan Taylor, Clearly a superior talent has some impact in the passing game as well, Too good to pass P belongs in that here, But my general sense is that Taylor will not be viewed by most in quite that same sort of Borderline 67 overall that maybe you explain him there, But that's I mean, most at the end of with Jonathan Taylor. No one's going to complain about him being one of your top picks apart. I think a little bit more divisive Mike and maybe the reason why he's going ahead of his 80 P again because ESPN fantasy staffers and running backs always go early. It's Miles Sanders. You know, Matthew, I believe it again, Sort of down on Miles Sanders concerned about the once again crowded backfield. What are your concerns or lack thereof on mild Sanders this year? Yes. So Sanders. I think I'm probably a little bit more comfortable with than than some others. I don't know. I mean, he's going to the third round. I'm 16 the 16th on my board. But I would put him right in that swift Najee Harris mix and maybe Gibson sort of category. I think he could pay that off. I mean, kind of reliant on big plays last season, that kind of inflated his numbers ended up with 5.3 yards per carry. Obviously, we're not going to project that moving forward, but you would expect him to be healthier on the field more and certainly has a path to a large role. I mean, I don't think that you know, it's not like they went out like she was carry on Johnson, right. He's on the Russell choose him as an example. He was a second round pick for years ago. You know, the lines went in the last season and drafted DeAndre Swift That made you worried about carry on Johnson's long term outlook. Obviously, a short term outlaw. The Eagles didn't really do that, right..

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"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And Mike hanging out with you. Hello, Mike. What's going on? My friends. Oh, man. I'm not too much. It's my It's my youngest birthday today. She turns five so I've been actually instead of preparing for the Show. I've been building a giant frozen castle that's like taller than her. So, um you know, we'll just, uh we'll just wing it, guys, You know, I haven't done any football research all off season, so I don't know anything we're about to talk about, but I got that castle almost built and that's really what matters today. Okay, as usual, Mike, not showing up to the podcast prepared, but happy birthday to your baby girl. The young queen Mike is the ultimate dad, not just in terms of his bad jokes and building frozen castles, but all So the way he treats little girls, so I'm sure today will be a celebratory day. Others being stuck with me for the next. I don't know 30 or 45 minutes. So the spirit of today's show is that we recently did a mock draft. It was Thursday of last week. That goes June 25th to 24th. I don't know Someday that was not June 29th. It was 10 teams. It was a half point PPR mock draft Mike and we're gonna have some of the take aways and just sort of look at some of the notable players. Some of the things that stood out during this mock draft just for reference. Terms of where we're picking Kyle and third overall pick I the sixth overall pick Daniel seven. You were nine. There are 10 teams in total. I don't recall who had the number one overall pick. But that's neither here nor there. But like I'm starting to talk as we often do, and it seems like six players are going to go pretty frequently in any formats are most format mock drafts. We do it, ESPN it fixed running backs. Um, other than the 80 P, which is where, you know, Obviously, the masses are drafting. It's pretty much six running. Facts or you might have Travis Kelsey in the sixth lot over Zeke Elliott. But the sticks are kind of obvious, right. It's Christian. In some order, Christian McCaffrey album Camera, Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry, Ezekiel Elliott. And Who am I Forgetting Is the sixth. Of course, this is a great podcast. Jaquan Barkley them already. Yeah, so anything, do you feel like it's It's at the point where it's a consensus Top 64 is this year different from previous years where it felt like we had a pocket at the top of the draft. That was pretty solidified. Yes, you know, it's interesting because I would. I think I would categorize it as a big seven. Really, You know, at running back, I think that some people might agree on six. But I have McCaffrey cook Barkley, Camara, Henry and then Zeke and Taylor. Maybe a little step back from that fire, But they're right in that conversation as well. I mean, you might and again, it might sound crazy, but there's a couple of things to think about here, you know? See him CMC. We know he's the one point when he's going to go first to pretty much every draft Cook has missed when at least two games every year of his career, Sequana. Obviously we noticed the final Bell has Some concerns with with with with some injury concerns, maybe a limited role early in the first month of the season before he's fully unleashed this season. Albert Camara no more Drew Brees in that offense. Derek Henry. I mean, look at the last couple of years of top in fantasy running back production. Not many guys are 28 years old, and not many guys repeat as top in fantasy running backs after after leading the running back position and touches as he did last season, so there's red flags there. So my point being, they all have red flags on top of as well as these other guys like Zeke. Whose workload at times was reduced down the stretch last season. There's some chatter about Tony Pollard playing a bigger role. But this guy was also RB three during the weeks that Dak Prescott started last season, so he very much as still as a high ceiling. And, of course, Jonathan Taylor. I mean, look, he he was a part time player most of last season and ended up RB six. So can we really categorize him as a guy? That's not in that conversation in the top six or seven? I don't think so. You should play a bigger role. Even with Marla Mac back on that roster in the year number two, the offensive line should still be in pretty Good shape, So I think it's really any of those seven in those top spots, and you can organize them pretty much, however ever you want. I think it's worth noting that in our mock drafts, which are done by the ESPN fantasy staff, of course, that you're going to see running backs go really early. Almost every single draft like we're going to skew very running back heavy, Very quarterback patient, but those sticks running back to go first. Jonathan Taylor is interesting one. Mike, I'm glad you brought up because my counter was going to be what about Marlon Mag? And this is one of those things that in fantasy can Other B a thing Or it can be completely irrelevant. When a team loves a player like we know the colt Love, Marlon Mack. One shoulder is the devil saying, Well, Marlon Mack may get Let's just say 10 carries a game and that could be a detriment to Jonathan Taylor's value. The Angel and the other shoulder may say, Hey, listen, Jonathan Taylor, clearly a superior talent has some impact in the passing game as well, too good to pass up. He belongs in that tier. But my general sense is that Taylor will not be viewed by most in quite that same sort of Borderline 67 overall that maybe you explain him there, But that's I mean most of the the end up with Jonathan Taylor. No one's going to complain about him being one of your top picks apart. I think a little bit more divisive Mike and maybe the reason why he's going ahead of his ADP again because ESPN fantasy staffers and running backs always go early. It's Miles Sanders. You know, Matthew, I believe it again, Sort of down on Miles Sanders concerned about the once again crowded backfield. What are your concerns or lack thereof on mild Sanders this year? Yes. So Sanders. I think I'm probably a little bit more comfortable with than than some others. I don't know. I mean, he's going in the third round. I'm 16 the 16th on my board. But I would put him right in that swift Najee Harris mixing maybe Gibson sort of category. I think he could pay that off. I mean, kind of reliant on big plays last season, that kind of inflated his numbers ended up with 5.3 yards per carry. Obviously, we're not going to project that moving forward, but you would expect him to be healthier on the field more and certainly has a path to a large role. I mean, I don't think that you know, it's not like they went out like, uh, issues carry on Johnson, right. He's on the Russell choose him as an example. He was a second round pick for years ago. You know, the lines went in the last season and drafted DeAndre Swift That made you worried about carry on Johnson's long term outlook. Obviously, a short term outlaw. The Eagles didn't really do that, right. They claimed Johnson off neighbors..

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"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Fielding Mike hanging out with you. Hello, Mike. What's going on? My friends. Oh, man. I'm not too much. It's my It's my youngest birthday today. She turns five, so I've been actually instead of preparing for this show. I've been building a giant frozen castle that's like taller than her. So, um, you know, we'll just, uh We'll just wing it, guys. You know, I haven't done any football research all off season, so I don't know anything we're about to talk about, But I got that castle almost Bill and that's really what matters today. Okay, as usual, Mike, not showing up to the podcast prepared, but happy birthday to your baby girl. The young queen Mike is the ultimate dad. Not just in terms of his bad jokes and building frozen castles, but also the way he treats a little girls so I'm sure today will be a celebratory day other than stuck with me for the next. I don't know 30 or 45 minutes. So the spirit of today's show is that we recently did a mock draft. It was Thursday of last week. That was June 25th to 24. I don't know Someday that was not June 29th. It was 10 teams. It was a half point PPR mock draft like and we're gonna go some of the take aways and just sort of look at some of the notable players. Some of the things that stood out during this mock draft just for reference in terms of where we're picking Kyle and third overall pick The sixth overall pick Daniel seven. You're nine. There are 10 teams in total. I don't recall who had the number one overall pick. But that's neither here nor there. But like I'm just on the top as we often do, and it seems like six players are going to go pretty frequently in any formats are most format mock drafts. We do it ESPN and it fixed running back. Um Other than the ADP, which is where, you know, Obviously, the masses are drafting. It's pretty much six running backs. Or you might have Travis Kelsey in the sixth lot over Zeke Elliott. But the six are kind of obvious, right. It's Christian. In some order, Christian McCaffrey album Camera, Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry, Ezekiel Elliott. And Who am I Forgetting Is the sixth. Of course, this is a great podcast. Jaquan Barkley them already. Yeah. So anything. Do you feel like it's It's a re at the point where it's a consensus top six or is this year different from previous years where it felt like we had a pocket at the top of the draft? It was pretty solidified. Yes, you know, it's interesting because I would I think I would categorize it as a big seven. Really, You know, at running back, I think that some people might agree on six, but I have McCaffrey cook, Barkley, Camara, Henry and then Zeke and Taylor. Maybe a little step back from that fire, but they're right in that conversation as well. I mean, you might and again, it might sound crazy, but there's a couple of things to think about here, You know? See him CMC. We know he's the one point when he's going to go first to pretty much every draft, Cook has missed what at least two games every year of his career Sequin. Obviously, we know Stephania Bell has some concerns with with with with some injury concerns, maybe a limited role early in the first month of the season before he's fully unleashed this season. Albert Camara no more true breeze in that offense. Derrick Henry. I mean, look at the last couple years of top in fantasy running back production. Not many guys are 28 years old, and not many guys repeat as top and fantasy running backs after after leading the running back position and touches as he did last season, so there's red flags there. So my point being, they all have red flags on top of as well as these other guys like Zeke, Um Whose workload at times was reduced down the stretch last season. There's some chatter about Tony Pollard playing a bigger role, but this guy was also RB three during the weeks at Dak Prescott started last season, so he very much as still as a high ceiling. And, of course don at the Taylor. I mean, look, he he was a part time player most of last season and ended up RB six. So can we really categorize him as a guy? That's not in that conversation in the top six or seven? I don't think so. You should play a bigger role. Even with Marlon Mack back on that roster in year Number two, the offensive line should still be in pretty good shape. So I think it's really any of those seven in those top spots, and you can organize them pretty much. However, everyone I think it's worth noting that in our mock drafts, which are done by the ESPN fantasy staff, of course, that you're going to see running backs go really early. Almost every single draft like we're going to skew very running back heavy, very quarterback patients, But those sticks running backs go first. Jonathan Taylor is interesting one. Mike, I'm glad you brought up because my counter was going to be what about Marlon Mag? And this is one of those things that in fantasy can other B Nothing or it can be completely irrelevant. When a team loves a player like we know the colt Love, Marlon Mack. One shoulder is the devil saying, Well, Marlon Mack may yet let's just say 10 carries again, and that could be a detriment to Jonathan Taylor's value. The Angel and the other shoulder may say, Hey, listen, Jonathan Taylor, clearly a superior talent has some impact in the passing game as well, too good to pass up. He belongs in that tier. But my general sense is that Taylor will not be viewed by most in quite that same sort of Borderline 67 overall that maybe you explain him there, But that's I mean, most of the day ended with Jonathan Taylor. No one's going to complain about him being one of your top picks a part of their thing to be a little more divisive Mike. And maybe the reason why he's going ahead of his ADP again because ESPN fantasy staffers and running backs always go early. It's Miles Sanders, Matthew. I believe it again, Sort of down on mild Sanders concerned about the once again crowded backfield. What are your concerns or lack thereof on mild Sanders this year? Yes. So Sanders. I think I'm probably a little bit more comfortable with than than some others. I don't know. I mean, he's going in the third round. I'm 16 the 16th on my board. But I would put him right in that swift Najee Harris mixing maybe Gibson sort of category. I think he could pay that off. I mean, kind of reliant on big plays last season, that kind of inflated his numbers ended up with 5.3 yards per carry. Obviously, we're not going to project that moving forward, but you would expect him to be healthier on the field more and certainly has a path to a large role. I mean, I don't think that you know, it's not like they went out like, uh, she was carry on Johnson, right. He's on the Russell choose him as an example. He was a second round pick for years ago. You know, the lines went in the last season and drafted DeAndre Swift That made you worried about carry on Johnson's long term outlook. Obviously, in short term outlaw the Eagles didn't really do that, right. They claimed Johnson off papers They drafted Kenneth Game while in Round five, which is not, you know a lot of people..

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"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Field in Mike hanging out with you. Hello, Mike. What's going on? My friends. Oh, man. I'm not too much. It's my It's my youngest birthday today. She turns five, so I've been actually instead of preparing for the show. I've been building a giant frozen castle that's like taller than her. So, um, you know, we'll just, uh We'll just wing it, guys. You know, I haven't done any football research all off season, so I don't know anything we're about to talk about, but I got that castle almost built and that's really what matters today. Okay, as usual, Mike, not showing up to the podcast prepared, but happy birthday to your baby girl. The young queen Mike is the ultimate dad. Not just in terms of his bad jokes and building frozen castles, but also the way he treats a little girls so I'm sure today will be a celebratory day other than stuck with me for the next. I don't know 30 or 45 minutes. So the spirit of today's show is that we recently did a mock draft. It was Thursday of last week. That was June 25th or 24th. I don't know Someday that was not June 29th. It was 10 teams. It was a half point PPR mock draft Mike and we're gonna get some of the take aways and just sort of look at some of the notable players. Some of the things that stood out during this mock draft just for reference in terms of where we're picking Kyle and third overall pick By the sixth overall pick Daniel seven. You're nine. There are 10 teams in total. I don't recall who had the number one overall pick. But that's neither here nor there. But like I'm starting top as we often do, and it seems like six players are going to go pretty frequently in any formats are most format mock draft. We do it, ESPN. It fixed running back. Um Other than the ADP, which is where, you know, Obviously, the masses are drafting. It's pretty much six running backs. Or you might have Travis Kelsey in the sixth lot over Zeke Elliott. But the six are kind of obvious, right. It's Christian. In some order, Christian McCaffrey album Camera, Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry, Ezekiel Elliott. And Who am I Forgetting Is the sixth. Of course, this is a great podcast. Jaquan Barkley them already. Yeah, so anything? Do you feel like it's It's a re at the point. Where is the consensus? Top six for is this year different from previous years where it felt like we had a pocket at the top of the draft. That was pretty solidified. Yeah, you know, it's interesting because I would I think I would categorize it as a big seven. Really, You know, at running back, I think that some people might agree on six. But I have McCaffrey Cook, Barkley, Camara, Henry and then Zeke and Taylor. Maybe a little step back from that fire, but they're right in that conversation as well. I mean, you might and again, it might sound crazy, but there's a couple of things to think about here, you know? See him CMC. We know he's the one point when he's going to go first and pretty much every draft Cook has missed, but at least two games every year of his career, Szechwan. Obviously we know Stephania Bell has some concerns with with with with some injury concerns, maybe a limited role early in the first month of the season before he's fully unleashed this season. Albert Camara no more Drew Brees in that offense. Derrick Henry. I mean, look at the last couple of years of top in fantasy running back production. Not many guys are 28 years old, and not many guys repeat as top and fantasy running backs after after leading the running back position and touches as he did last season, so there's red flags there. So my point being, they all have red flags on top of as well as these other guys like Zeke, Um Whose workload at times was reduced down the stretch last season. There's some chatter about Tony Pollard playing a bigger role. But this guy was also RB three during the weeks that Dak Prescott started last season, so he very much has still has a high ceiling. And, of course, Jonathan Taylor. I mean, look, he he was a part time player most of last season and ended up RB six. So can we really categorize him as a guy? That's not in that conversation in that top six or seven? I don't think so. You should play a bigger role. Even with Marla Mac back on that roster in year Number two, the offensive line should still be in pretty good shape. So I think it's really any of those seven in those top spots, and you can organize them pretty much. However, everyone I think it's worth noting that in our mock drafts, which are done by the ESPN fantasy staff, of course, that you're going to see running backs go really early. Almost every single draft like we're going to skew very running back heavy, very quarterback patients, But those six running backs go first. Jonathan Taylor is interesting one Mike, I'm glad you brought up because my counter was going to be what about Marlon Mag? And this is one of those things that in fantasy can either be a thing or it can be completely irrelevant. When a team loves a player like we know the colt Love Marlon Mack. One shoulder is the devil saying, Well, Marlon Mack may yet let's just say 10 carries a game and that could be a detriment to Jonathan Taylor's value. The Angel and the other shoulder may say, Hey, listen, Jonathan Taylor clearly assume He belongs in that tier. But my general sense is that Taylor will not be viewed by most in quite that same sort of border line. 67 overall that maybe you explain him there, But that's I mean most of the the end up with Jonathan Taylor. No one's going to complain about him being one of your top picks a part of that thing to be a little more divisive Mike. And maybe the reason why he's going ahead of his 80 P again because ESPN fantasy staffers and running backs always go early. It's Miles Sanders, Matthew. I believe it again, sort of down on mild Sanders concerned about the once again And crowded backfield. What are your concerns or lack thereof on mild Sanders this year? Yes. So Sanders, I think I'm probably a little bit more comfortable with than than some others. I don't know. I mean, he's going in the third round. I'm 16th 16th on my board. But I would put him right in that swift Najee Harris mixing maybe Gibson sort of category. I think he could pay that off. I mean, kind of reliant on big plays last season, that kind of inflated his numbers ended up with 5.3 yards per carry. Obviously, we're not going to project that moving forward, but you would expect him to be healthier on the field more and certainly has a path to a large role. I mean, I don't think that you know, it's not like they went out like, uh, she was carry on Johnson, right. He's on the Russell to use him as an example. He was a second round pick for years ago. You know, the lines went in the last season and drafted DeAndre Swift that made you worried about carry on Johnson's long term outlook, obviously in short term outlook. Eagles didn't really do that right. They claimed Johnson off papers..

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"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Field and Mike hanging out with you. Hello, Mike. What's going on? My friends. Oh, man. Not too much. It's my It's my youngest birthday today. She turns five, so I've been actually instead of preparing for the show. I've been building a giant frozen castle that's like taller than her. So, um, you know, we'll just, uh We'll just wing it, guys. You know, I haven't done any football research all off season, so I don't know anything we're about to talk about, but I got that castle almost built and that's really what matters today. Okay, as usual, Mike, not showing up to the podcast prepared, but happy birthday to your baby girl. The young queen Mike is the ultimate dad. Not just in terms of his bad jokes and building frozen castles, but also the way he treats a little girls so I'm sure today will be a celebratory day other than stuck with me for the next. I don't know 30 or 45 minutes. So the spirit of today's show is that we recently did a mock draft. It was Thursday of last week. That was June 25th to 24th. I don't know Someday that was not June 29th. It was 10 teams. It was a half point PPR mock draft Mike and we're gonna have some of the take aways and just sort of look at some of the notable players. Some of the things that stood out during this mock draft just for reference in terms of where we're picking Kyle and third overall pick By the sixth overall pick Daniel seven. You're nine. There were 10 teams in total. I don't recall who had the number one overall pick. But that's neither here nor there. But like I'm starting top as we often do, and it seems like six players are going to go pretty frequently in any formats are most format mock drafts. We do it ESPN. It fixed running back other than the ADP, which is where, uh, you know, obviously, the masses are drafting. It's pretty much six running backs or You might have Travis Kelsey in the sixth lot over Zeke Elliott. But the six are kind of obvious, right? It's Christian. In some order, Christian McCaffrey album Camera, Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry, Ezekiel Elliott. And Who am I Forgetting Is the six. Of course this is a great podcast. Take one, Barkley them already. Yeah. So anything. Do you feel like it's It's a re at the point where it's the consensus Top six or is this year different from previous years where it felt like we had a pocket at the top of the draft? That was pretty solidified. Yeah, you know, it's interesting because I would I think I would categorize it as a big seven. Really, You know, at running back, I think that some people might agree on six, but I have McCaffrey cook, Barkley, Camara, Henry and then Zeke and Taylor. Maybe a little step back from that fire, but they're right in that conversation as well. I mean, you might and again, it might sound crazy, but there's a couple of things to think about here, You know? See him CMC. We know he's the one point when he's going to go first and pretty much every draft Cook has missed when at least two games every year of his career. Szechwan. Obviously, we know Stephania Bell has some concerns with with with some injury concerns, maybe a limited role early in the first month of the season before he's fully unleashed this season. Albert Camara no more Drew Brees in that offense. Derrick Henry. I mean, look at the last couple of years of top in fantasy running back production. Not many guys are 28 years old, and not many guys repeat as top and fantasy running backs after after leading the running back position and touches as he did last season, so there's red flags there. So my point being, they all have red flags on top of as well as these other guys like Zeke, Um, who's our workload at times is reduced down the stretch last season. There's some chatter about Tony Pollard playing a bigger role, but this guy was also RB three during the weeks at Dak Prescott. Last season, so he very much has still has a high ceiling. And, of course don at the Taylor. I mean, look, he he was a part time player most of last season and ended up RB six. So can we really categorize him as a guy? That's not in that conversation in that top six or seven? I don't think so. You should play a bigger role. Even with Marla Mac back on that roster in year Number two. The offensive line should still be in pretty good shape, so I think it's really any of those seven in those top spots, and you can organize them pretty much. However, everyone. I think it's worth noting that in our mock drafts, which are done by The ESPN fantasy staff. Of course, that you're going to see running backs go really early. Almost every single draft like we're going to skew very running back heavy, very quarterback patients, But those six running backs go first. Jonathan Taylor is interesting one. Mike, I'm glad you brought up because my counter was going to be what about Marlon Mack? And this is one of those things that in fantasy can either be a thing or it can be completely irrelevant. When a team loves a player like we know the colt Love, Marlon Mack one shoulder is the devil saying Well, Marlon Man May. Yet let's just say 10 carries a game and that could be a detriment to Jonathan Taylor's value. The angel and the other shoulder may say, Hey, listen, Jonathan Taylor, clearly a superior talent has some impact in the passing game as well. Too good to pass. People longs in that tier. But my general sense is that Taylor will not be viewed by most in quite that same sort of border line. 67 overall that maybe you explain him there. But that's I mean, ultimately end up with Jonathan Taylor. No one's going to complain about him being one of your top picks a part of the things to be a little more divisive Mike. And maybe the reason why he's going ahead of his ADP again because ESPN finished staffers and running backs always go early. It's Miles Sanders. You know, Matthew, I believe it again, Sort of down on Miles Sanders concerned about the once again crowded backfield. What are your concerns or lack thereof on mild Sanders this year? Yes. So Sanders. I think I'm probably a little bit more comfortable with than than some others. I don't know. I mean, he's going in the third round. I'm 16 the 16th on my board. But I would put him right in that swift Najee Harris mixing maybe Gibson sort of category. I think he could pay that off. I mean, kind of reliant on big plays last season, that kind of inflated his numbers ended up with 5.3 yards per carry. Obviously, we're not going to project that moving forward, but you would expect him to be healthier on the field more and certainly has a path to a large role. I mean, I don't think that you know, it's not like they went out like, uh, she was carry on Johnson, right. He's on the Russell to use him as an example. He was a second round pick for years ago. You know, the lines went in the last season and drafted DeAndre Swift that made you worried about carry on Johnson's long term outlook, obviously in short term outlook. Eagles didn't really do that right. They claimed Johnson off papers..

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"mike hang" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"mike hang" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"mike hang" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

07:55 min | 9 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"That. But all of a sudden you're at this team now and you're looking at this offense scheme. And what ben can and can't do and you know the steelers kind of want to run that more matt candidate tight stuff that jet sweep that Hitting the stuffed on the seems. Rpo stuff and you look ben roethlisberger and you say yourself. He's not quarterback he just isn't that guy for that scheme so the steelers really can't have their cake and eat it too. Hear the either got to go with randy feek and ben rothlisberger as and go go with the hall of famer because like we all know. It is flat out nearly impossible to find a hall of fame quarterback in any given draft let alone to go from one hall of fame quarterback to another the only scenario. I can think of in the history of the. Nfl who are team went from one hall of fame quarterback to another with no bridge in between the green bay packers going from brett. Farve aaron rodgers. It just doesn't happen teams. Sure teams have gone from a good quarterback to hall of fame quarterback that happens i look for the kansas city chiefs. For example alex smith was a really good quarterback for that. Kansas city chiefs. Patrick mahomes retired. Tomorrow there's a chance that the those senior voters would put him in the hall of fame. Patrick mahomes is beloved by by a lot of these guys and he's already has some those records that could could even just put them there right now as ridiculous as it sounds. You know in your heart when i say those national media type people that vote on that a word love them so much over that honor. I guess they do it. It just doesn't happen teams. Don't go from hall of fame players to hall of fame player. So i think that the steelers would move on from ben roethlisberger and try to find someone that would fit that more. Canada type role is really one of those darts that you're throwing a dirt board from fifty feet away. It's not. It's not something that's likely going to happen. And it's close to impossible to find the next great one and the next great one fit that scheme so the steelers really are at a crossroads here. They're kind of stuck with that kind of Offense minded Offense coordinator which his ways are kind of stuck in the past. But they're tied to one benjamin tall spurs. So that's that's the way the steelers are gonna go. They're gonna go as far as big. Ben takes them. But this offense right now is really just missing something and you can see. Would it clearly as week in week out the creativity and the modern. Nfl scheme teams are just completely keying. In on those quick passes defensive backs are getting their heads to the quarterback a s. a p. They don't care about a second move because he knows not coming. Teams are lining up. What two yards. Off the line of scrimmage having stacking the box like they did against mason rudolph and devon hodges but instead of doing it because they're an experience. They're just forcing ben rothlisberger to make those quick passes. Put the steelers in the quick pass place. Because that's all the playbook really is at this point quick pass plays and then they're getting their to jump the first option of venture the steelers might catch a pass or to that goes for a touchdown like james washington going fifty yards on an out route against the washington football team. But that's what teams are doing. They're going to enter interceptor office. Burger and there. There's going to be more pick sixes as the week goes on as the weeks. Go on should i say like. We saw the bills game because of what teams are really scheming against the steelers. They gotta look deep in their hearts. The steelers do i mean and the figure out what they want to be and if they don't change their offense soon. There's no chance that they're doing anything. The playoffs this year. And there's no there really isn't any chance that they could potentially even win a game. The the rest of the way out. I know they got the cincinnati bengals who've been absolutely putrid but right now the steelers their offense is to a level right. Now that i'm not sure that they can put up twenty points against a bengals team. That really isn't that good. The legitimately the steelers are one. Jessie bates game away from the steelers. Ending up on a three game losing streak with indianapolis coming to pittsburgh with a great defense going up against an offense. That doesn't know what they're doing at times. That is going to do it for part. One of this live mike Hang tough We're gonna jump in a quick commercial break and we will. We will be right back with you. In a moment our rate ladies and gentlemen we are back for the second part of the live. Mike my name again. Of course is michael back. Deputy editor of behind the steel curtain dot com earlier in bartlett. We basically broke down. The steelers issues is if we didn't already know them and mostly to do with that. That weird kind of short passing game that is just completely sputtering and how the steelers really find themselves at a crossroads. And they don't know whether or not they want to go with matt canada and the unknown or they want to go with ben rothlisberger and randy feature for the foreseeable future. So with all that in mind. I wanted to speak about what i think that the team might have to change moving forward if they wanna find more offensive success and really right now as tough as it is. This team isn't going to be able to do that. Mack hannah type thing. Because from all outside appearances ben rothlisberger just doesn't want to run it. He has complete control this offense and the fact that those motions and those Rpo type plays are completely missing. Describes to me that they've been taken out of the playbook because as much as the steelers have had some kind of slight issues with it in the past. There's still a lot of times. It worked sometimes. Those are yeah. Yes there should have been an interception or to Here and there throughout the early parts of the season but the students were picking up chunks of yardage consistenly when that was continuing throughout the early portion of the season. So what do i think. The steelers need to do to get back to being able to move the football and be more successful. Well i i think just simply be more creative with the routes and they gotta to be less afraid to lineup under center right now. I think the steelers to bring back more of a power type. Look going those four or five wides teams know. Exactly what's coming. The steelers need to be able to go out in the field. Put too tight ends whether that's a pure tight end and an an offensive tackle that's we've seen we've seen them do in the past bringing a fullback and try to ground the ball in a in an i formation with one wide receiver out to one side of the other. That might necessarily be the way to go about it because right now the steelers are completely lost and if they continue to do this kind of weird four five wides sets quick passes that are just getting jumped consistently. They're not going to find any success here on out right now. What this team needs to do is just really kind of devote themselves to trying to reestablish running the ball and the only way i think this team is going to do that is putting is three point stances and couple that with running more play action. Steelers rarely run. Play action seems throat any point in the game especially against the bills when they did run a play action play. I believe they ended up throwing the ball to eric. Ebron down kind of the same in between the hash. The numbers and it was successful gain. It was a first down play. And that's the only real time it can remember any sort of play action fake and and that's something ben. Rothlisberger has been successful with in the past and even if teams continue to stack the box and try to just go gung ho and try to attack the run..

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"mike hang" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:37 min | 11 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Just in the first hour of the show keyshawn bring it in hot wait till. You hear what he has to say about Trevor Lawrence. We talked about Baker Mayfield. There we talked about Big Ben. We've talked about Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers key on college football's number one quarterback in a very interesting comparison that is on the way hang tight for that. But there is one other quarterback we WANNA talk about here on keyshawn Jay Williams Zubin presented by Progressive Insurance, and we're trying to find some good things to say he's the quarterback of a one in five team with the brinks truck showing up at his house every two weeks. Let's welcome in Mike Tannenbaum ESPN NFL front. Office insider to get to that guy that's kirk cousins Mike Hang. Tight want you to listen to Kirk after the game yesterday demoralizing loss to the Atlanta Falcons who was wayward as anybody in the League they absolutely whip the Vikings. This is kirk cousins head coach. Mike. Zimmer decision to not bench him even though after the game he said benching could. Be His future and the confidence he displayed in the second half of yesterday's game you just has to play well, you know in this business and the reality is if if the pace you know that I'm on in terms of the interceptions. If that were to continue you know I won't finish this season I won't you know what I mean so There's a little bit of you know you got to improve whether it's you know them telling me, hey, we got improve or or them pulling me he gotta get better and and that'll be what the rest of the season will be about for me. You know trying to protect the football as best I can because when you turn the ball over, you know it really hurts your chances to win and I know that you know and I'm just need to improve as as we look ahead to the wrestle season. Mike got to get your thoughts on that. This is a guy that his most recent contract was sixty, six million dollars guaranteed on an extension essentially saying, maybe I need to sit what do you make of this as a guy that's given out so many big money contracts to quarterbacks in your GM career. I actually liked what he said because that's showing leadership, which is. Absorbed criticism and only give out praise. We compare that to what Greg Williams said last week about the jets defense and the offense where it was not his fault and he was just putting gas on fire. So I actually like what Kirk cousins says they have some really young skill players Earth. Smith. Junior is still a young player Justin Jefferson's replay replacing Stefan days, and it's going to take a little bit. So hopefully what? He did is he took some of the pressure off of those young skill players and put it on himself because he can handle it. Now look if it doesn't get better only a one one team there a massive disappointment that conversation could get harder and harder but I think for now, Zubin I actually like because he wants to put the pressure on himself where he can handle it Mike I don't like it but anyway When you look at yesterday's Pittsburgh steelers Cleveland Game, you make Baker Mayfield. Key he's not good enough. He is the weak link to that team right now you can look at the statistics where he's average yards per pass completion percent it's all near the bottom but when the pocket gets compressed and he has to bail out, he's just not fast enough to outrun leverage and what we're seeing is when a team like Pittsburgh key dominant front seven can make Cleveland play one handed even though they have these great weapons and Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry I think Baker Mayfield could very well be the weakling to this team, which is see young and improving F- I'm the browns unconcerned that I pick six. He never saw Meka Fitzpatrick who came down there were playing one robber and Baker. Mayfield. Never saw fitzpatrick come down I. think part of it is he has trouble seeing over bigger offensive lineman. Let me ask you this though Mike and Obviously it's easy to say it now for it for any of us. How do you make that? Mistake. At the number one overall selection when they did of you mentioned now fastener clearly, you can see that in college he struggled to get away from certain people on that defense in college he struggled to throw the ball over big offense alignment. I just don't understand how you miss on that. Okay, I think he was very productive. He made people around him. Better he when he has time and clean pocket he's very accurately has good anticipation and I think myself along with a lot of people said, hey, look drew brees. When drew brees has a firm pocket he could take a seven step drop then work way back into the pocket has great art talent. So we saw somebody would physical measurements have a great career and drew brees and I think a lot of people said if breeze can do it, Mayfield can do it. You can't evaluate based on drew brees it's an outlier Jay. I'll say that conversation for no time between you guys, I wanted to move onto the Patriots and. What happened in this game? What did you see from Cam? WHO obviously two weeks bill active a pair but what do you see? Overall? Jay I'm still a believer in the Patriots, but I think they need to add another receiver last year they went out to a second pick for Muhammad Sununu from the Falcons that didn't work out but this is a team that needs another receiver. Because right now, what we're seeing is the SAFETIES are keying on. Cam. Newton as both runner throw and they're saying, Hey, if we're GONNA lose and. Kill Harry win one on one and what we saw yesterday was when Jillian Elma got hurt Juliette Element was targeted six times the two catches they have nobody right now that's scary and opposing defense. So of all the things we'll be talking about with the trade deadline guys look for the Patriots to add a receiver because I think if they do they still have a chance to win the division..

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"mike hang" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"mike hang" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"There, we talked about big band. We talked about Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers Key on college football's number one quarterback in a very interesting comparison. That is on the way hang tied for that. But there is one other quarterback. We want to talk about here on Keyshawn J. Willens even presented by progressive insurance. We're trying to find some good things to say. He's the quarterback of a one in five team. With the Brinks truck showing up in his house every two weeks. Let's welcome in Mike Tannenbaum, ESPN NFL Front office insider to get to That guy. That's Kirk cousins. Mike Hang tight. I want you to listen to Kurt After the game yesterday, a demoralizing loss to the Atlanta Falcons, who are his wayward is anybody in the league? They absolutely whipped the Vikings. This is Kirk cousins on his head coach Mike Zimmer's decision to not bench him even though after the game, he said benching could be in his future and the confidence he Displayed in the second half of yesterday's game. You just have to play Well, you know, in this business, and the reality is if if the pace you know that I'm on in terms of the interceptions if that were to continue, uh, you know, I Won't finish the season. I won't you know, I mean, so, uh, there's a little bit of you know, you got improve, whether it's you know them telling me Hey, we got improve or or them pulling May he got to get better, And that will be what the rest of the season will be about for me, You know, tryingto Protect the football as best I can, because when you turn the ball over, you know it really hurts your chances to win and I know that you know, and I just need to improve as we look ahead to the Rest of the season. Mike. I got to get your thoughts on that. This is a guy that his most recent contract was $66 million guaranteed on an extension, essentially saying Maybe I need to sit. What do you make of this As a guy that's given out so many big money contracts the quarterbacks in your GM career. No zoom and I actually liked what he said, because that's showing leadership, which is I'm gonna absorb criticism and I'm going to give out praise. We could compare that to what Gregg Williams said last week about the Jets defense in the offense where it was not his fault, and he was just putting gas on a fire. So I actually like what Kurt Cousin says they have some really young skill players. Er Smith Jr. Still young player Justin Jefferson's replaying replacing stuff on digs, and it's gonna take a little bit. So hopefully what he did is he took some of the pressure off of those young skill players and put it on himself because he can handle it. Now look. If it doesn't get better. There are only a 11 team. There are massive disappointment. That conversation could get harder and harder. But I think for now, Zubin I actually like it because he wants to put the pressure on himself where he can handle it. Mike. I don't like it. But anyway, when you look at yesterday's Pittsburgh Steelers Cleveland game, would you make a baker Mayfield? He? He's not good enough. He is the weak link to that team. Right now. You could look at any of the statistics, where he's average yards per pass completion percent. It's all near the bottom. But when the pocket gets compressed And he has the bell out. He's just not fast enough to outrun leverage, and what we're seeing is when a team like Pittsburgh Key that dominant front seven can make Cleveland play one handed, even though they have these great weapons and Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry. I think Baker Mayfield could very well be the weak link to this team, which is icy young and it's improving from the Browns. I'm concerned that first pick six he never saw Mika Fitzpatrick, who came down They were playing a one robber and bacon. Byfield never saw Fitzpatrick come down, and I think part of it is he has trouble seeing over bigger offensive line. Let me ask you just a mic and obviously it's easy to say it now for it for any of us. How do you make that? A mistake at the number one overall selection when when they did of you mentioned not fast enough. Clearly, you could see that in college, he struggled to get away from certain people on that defense in college. He struggled to throw the ball over big offense alignment. I don't I just don't understand how you miss on that. Okay. I think he was very productive. He made people around him better he when he has time and clean pocket. He's very accurate. He has good anticipation. And I think Myself, along with a lot of people said Hey, look, Drew Brees. When Drew Brees has a firm pocket, he could take a seven step drop, then worked his way back into the pocket has great arm town. So we saw somebody with physical measurements have a great career and Drew Brees and I think a lot, people said if priest could do it may feel conduit you can't evaluate based on Drew Brees is an outlier J. That conversation for another time between you guys. I want to move on to the Patriots. And what happened in this game? What did you see from Cam? Obviously two weeks for Bill. Bill, check to prepare, But what do you see over all? No, J. Well, I'm still a believer in the Patriots, but I think they need another receiver. Last year They went out. They give up a sick around pick for Mohamed Sanu from the Falcons back didn't work out. But this is a team that needs another received. Because right now what we're seeing is the safeties are keying on cam noon as both a runner enthroned they're saying, Hey, if we're going to lose and kill Harry, you're gonna have to win one on one. And what we saw yesterday was when Julian Edelman got hurt. Julia Element was targeted six times. You only had two catches. They have nobody right now. That's scary in opposing defense. So of all the things we'll be talking about with the trade deadline, Guys, look for the Patriots toe. Add a receiver because I think if they do, they saw the chance to win the division. My glass week. You said that Trevor Laurence was better was a better Q. Be prospecting you seen in a long time. What makes him so special? I think it's a combination. And you know this guy really well. Vinny Testaverde and Andrew Luck. If he stopped playing football today in college will have more rushing touchdowns than Kyla Murray, which is really remarkable When we talk about the athleticism, calamari. I think he could make all the throws his high character, he could process information. And there's really no holes in the game. I think this could be interesting when we spend the story forward is Weapons of Trevor Laurence is want to go to New York. Could this be the first conversation we're having in the NFL since Eli Manning said, Hey, I'm not gonna be a San Diego charger over a decade ago, and I think there's going to be a lot of speculation that if the Jets to wind up with the first pick in the coming months We'll see what happens. There's gonna be a whole lot of orange on the field for Trevor Laurence this coming Saturday. It'll be Clemson and Syracuse. And then once it's done, maybe a whole lot of gangrene and a whole lot of Kelly green in his future as well. We'll keep an eye on Trevor Laurence, like you said, most known for the hair in the arm, but maybe we should take pay attention to the feet. As well, Mike. Thank you very much. You can always hear Mike's thoughts from a GM perspective. Every Monday morning. He should hear on Keyshawn J Will. And Zubin Mike. Thanks very much. All right. Thanks, guys. Great to have Mike Tannenbaum and his perspective on the programme. You can touch my con Get up at eight. Eastern as well. You were kind of shaking your head when he made that Trevor Laurence comparison to Andrew's Not even though I was just thinking still about the Cleveland Browns of Baker Mayfield and how they evaluated him coming out like if you go back And you look I just don't understand what they're looking at some time. How did you evaluate Baker Mayfield coming? I don't think Baker Mayfield was the top quarterback in the draft. I did not and is very clears. On record. You could find it..

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"mike hang" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"mike hang" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It'll last all the way through Spring Churchill for some reason as more focused on on their main focus right now is to try to attempt there. They have a mechanism where they want to limit the funding to the J and make sure that it's regulated by the Illinois Raising Commission which in if if that would were to happen the horsemen have no representation we fought him long and hard here it just to do the right thing and and won and lost at the same time but businesses so typical of what takes place in a in a state like this where you have corporations that they that come in here and they they WanNa do what what they WanNa do and damned the damages or anybody else that gets in their way I I uh has as we talked after the decision. initially was was announced. It's particularly deflating just because you know it. It seemed like a really great. New Era was at hand that he had worked for and I know I know there's there's there's people say oh well uh if racing I if if Illinois or anywhere else if they can't stand on their own without without the gaming than than why why should the the game continue it it. It's funny that other other industries can can add product lines and acquire other other the other things and introduce other products or but but for some reason critics of of the industry seem to think that it if racing can't survive without casino gaming than it shouldn't survive I it's it's a kind of a bizarre and it's the lack of commitment of the horse horseman at Look. I'm just I'm just one person I will die for these horsemen and I mean that seriously literally rather than see them getting taken advantage of again a hundred million dollars hours and recaptured taken out of their first accounts the backstretch that's eroding deteriorating falling into the ground that was built ninety one years ago and still remains in the same state of disrepair year after year after year there the maintenance the maintenance crew here is great but they they're limited in what they can do. I been retaliated against the point where I've had I've I was moved to a twenty horses from Barnes one to to the receiving barn. I've been I had my licence tried to be taken away on two different occasions and for nothing by the way and both times they failed of course I I've been I've gone through to signaled disputes warn gate lockout and all because I've tried to get the horsemen here a fair adequate percentage to Percy's nothing for myself so this is the state of raising in Illinois backed by a commission that could care less about the horsemen personal and until that changes until we get some leadership in government takes a look at this and determine for themselves. What is he is in the best interests are racing? You can be sure that this is the way that it will continue to be probably said enough the day to get my license taken away again itself man. You know just just keep that in mind so if I if you see that I've certainly taken up another line of work. You'll know what Mike Everybody appreciates the dedication that you know and and all the effort that has gotten countless. I mean we we've been talking for over ten years on this and thought that you know a a great opportunity it was was at hand and and it it's gotta be just so disheartening and frustrating and I understand everybody understands so well. I'll say this do they still have to have a contract with the horsemen and that contract is going to be very difficult to get to this year when I wanted to negotiation. What what does that could take place it had it? Has We have to have one in nine contract with Arlington Park Ninety days before the begins in May okay so they'll be more to come. It's it's I there were soap. Operas invoked invoked yesterday and this is this. This is one that you know. It's a cliffhanger every every single every single time we talk. It's a cliffhanger Mike Hang in there. I appreciate it yeah. Well listen we appreciate you. We appreciate your racing fans and more than anything we love and care for this industry and we're going to fight if we have to fix bayonets and fight to our last bullet. WE'RE GONNA be here to do it out may okay. I'll do it from the outside of this place. They're not they're. They don't they don't stand a chance on that front. They're not nobody's nobody's pushing you out Mike Campbell. Thank you all right guys. Thanks a lot I appreciate racing fans. Keep us in your thoughts and prayers. We're going to need it. Mike Campbell the Illinois thoroughbred Horseman sociation and I just it's like Lucy and the Football Lucy Charlie Brown football you it gets yanked away over and over again take a break come back said Fernando Sire Watch pedigree focused brought to you by hill and Dale final thoughts about keeneland interesting sale and very thoughtful things being written Chris McGrath and said td n and more get some put a bow on on the keywords keeneland sale with Said said next back after this apparatuses.

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"mike hang" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"mike hang" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Patrick. You should do it, right. Along with Brian Dunne. You should do a ride along with me. So I could show you some. Shot because they don't they don't want to have their hand on their gun and they're getting blown away all the time. Well, are they really though? I think that hang on. I hear what Patrick Saint up to a point. But now he just through something that I gotta jump in on getting blown away all the time, Patrick that the numbers don't work. No, the. At one officer. It's bad. We don't want is law enforcement. We don't want to minimize the loss of life or a guy who's doing his job. There's no doubt about that. But you've also got a put it into perspective here, what we're talking about with people getting shot and killed by the police in these particular situations are situations. You know, like the kid up in Sacramento. You know the, the it was Stephen Clarke. That's backyard. That's Stephen Larkins. And it was actually what sort of spurred this, this latest push with the assembly bills are talking about now. Here's a kid that's in the backyard of his grandma's. House hasn't committed a crime hasn't done anything wrong. It's dark and police just simply start shooting into into this backyard. But he might have been a split second where they said, stop. Or do something eighty do it. But here's the other thing, how often does a person get told to get on the ground or do whatever, and they're on drugs, or they don't care. They don't understand or they don't comply quick enough. The point is that a Patrick is that, that the perception that, that police are being shot and killed all the time and they've gotta shoot back. Even if a person doesn't comply with them. That's not really accurate. But it doesn't it's not to minimize it shouldn't happen at all. I mean no officer should ever. Ever be killed. But the reality is. You know, you look at Yahoo news shoot somebody anywhere in the country, it's front page above the fold there beating disagree. So that's another thing by one hundred sixty seven shootings in two twenty seventeen. And I maybe saw two of them in California. It doesn't have all the time. But listen, Patrick. I, I wanna keep you on for another call your opinion matters. And this is the thing we have to have this discussion, right and every voice matters. But try to say you're right or wrong. But I'm saying his point is viable point because this is part of the public perception, Mike, you're one of our producers get you in a minute, but Robin from Sabido. So you've been so patient to donation divided. Ryan, jim. Let's hick. Great job guys question. I'm going to put in perspective. I had never got harassed by African American deputy Cup right on the contrary. I got harassed. Go by an off duty claimed to be a cop guy. Well, I'm happy that you're here to talk about it. Yeah. That we're dealing with, again, this, this is something that's the typically the loss of life, they call our office when something like this happens, and what that basically, has forced me to do is analyze the shootings, because it's like the characters change. But the same things happen over and over again. It's like these dominoes. Keep in the same way you brought up a hell of a heck of a point. Jim. There shouldn't be a situation where you're even having the possibility of using deadly force, most of these are tactical issues. Right. That's the that's the real point. It's technical problem. In fact, proof of that is that when you see the off saw what the unfortunate times like the example of the woman that, you know, we were talking about earlier, the officer up in Sacramento, that had her partner deputy sheriff deputy waste shot and killed right in front of her. Now, this guy that does this a bunch of deputies come, they take the guy into custody, and they don't shoot him once. So mean this is a guy who's got a gun shooting people. Because they're on alert. They handle it technically, you know, they've got their and I'm not saying that everyone's going to have it, right. All the time. But when it goes wrong, shouldn't we at least as a society, take an honest real look at it the way we look at any other potential crime, that's been committed. We don't blame people for the crime until we say that. There you understand how these happen, they never should have it in the first place, and tactically speaking, it's the same thing when police officers get injured or seriously hurt. It's usually because they're doing something on their own or they are aggregating their departmental resources. They're they're doing the movie. They remember the people around dead ends. They're not waiting for back. Normally, not always, but normally what's happy. Shooting, and they say, okay, well, this person was going to kill me. You know, they've got a wire hanger and you thought it was a gun, but you're in a situation where you're so amped up English. So getting zainy level. So hang your all by yourself. Yeah. Let's be honest say, really it really is not beat around the Bush about this anymore. The truth is that you've got people in a very amped up situation, a lot of control issues. A lot of power issues, a lot of screaming yelling, and, and what do you, what are you going to have these videos with audio? We can really see how this plays out, Robin, don't go anywhere. Mike, mike. We've been missing brother. Mike Mike from Elsa. Man, I had a dream about you. The other day. It wasn't pleasant. Anyway, we're not going to talk about today. Mike last week. That's what I was thinking. Electoral college. Exactly how been. Great great. I tried to call it whenever. Just doing something. Great. Anyway, asset thoughts on this. First of all, I think a new law that has almost like a flow chart, for example, structures. If this happens after that, that happens, you have to be really. The assembly Bill actually had that in it. Yeah. I would not agree with that, and even even in my line of work. But anyway, might keep going going going. Thank you. Thank you. Every one of these encounters, I would have to magin it's fairly unique and unpredictable and a training. Obviously really, really important many people become police officers today. Oh, some or shortly do it as a call to service public service. But there are those huge pay benefits. Elsa gun do many other cities until -fornia else does not people, by the way. Yeah. Yeah. Well, they don't go in, because they want to be a way to make a lot of money and have good benefits and early retirement. And that means they don't always take. They may not take trading that seriously. For example, they may spend time on the shooting range, the minimum they have all your. Yeah, you really proficient. Now he's talking now. He's getting. One eight hundred two two two two eight hundred two two two five to two how we doing for time we got about another minute in this. Okay. So folks, listen, I, we want to hear your opinions and Patrick, we're going to get back to you in a minute. In fact, we'll get back to you right now. Can we go back to Patrick? Yeah. Let's go back. Mike hang on Patrick. What do you say to the situation involving a fact pattern where you got a guy who's a young man? Maybe he's gang related. He's not doing what they're telling them to do. He runs. They chase him. He is running and his pants are falling down. I can't tell you how often I've seen this. He he's he reaches the pull up his pants he gets killed. And they say that reaching for a weapon, do you think what do you think about something like that? Patrick failure to comply rears its ugly head again you do with the cops tell you to do. How does he know you don't have a gun? The incidence of cops getting shot are up. Really what we're gonna take a short break, look Google that statistic. Listen to Larry elder, you might be right on twenty nineteen twenty eight. A short break. We want your opinions one eight hundred two two five two two nation divided..

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"mike hang" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"mike hang" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I went to school with Quinton. Until the name. It is a good name Quinton. There are only seven point eight Quinton granules of sand on the planet, which means that you're mathematical chances of picking a perfect bracket. And you'll be just as likely for them to say to you right now. Hey out of all of the sand on all of the planet. There is one individual granules, which is tar heel blue. If you find it that's the chance that is amazing now, they're seating. Which means some teams are better. Some teams are worse than there is some strategy involved which kind of brings those chances down to still like the one in the hundreds of millions contrarian Ryan you should play it this year. Fun. Now, let me just encourage you. Stubborn for the sake. Of stubborn. You're saying it's dumb. You haven't tried it since you were ten got the Email today. I one one year I actually one here, and I want it my last job. I do. It was fun. It's fun. My wife in a couple of years ago. Yeah. And then I said this will you'll you'll end up having an interest. It's like a game night suddenly have an interest and then a game that otherwise you wouldn't care about. This is why I talked to her in about four years ago. I said, hey, you should do some fantasy football. She joins a fantasy football league. Now. She's Commissioner loves it. Guess what that has revolutionized Sundays in the Patterson? Household flag on the play. College sports are already lame basketball is lame in my opinion. Really get into the back. I don't get it. It's the opposite of my interests, you, okay? Likes curling. Wait, a second between great curl. And by the way. Congratulations. You don't watch football. You don't watch college and the college level. Now any oh, I watched the professionals. Why would I watch something that's less than when I had the option to watch the big leagues. It's kind of fun to see who you think will make it to the big leagues. No, I don't care about that. Beshir basketball the basketball from at least watch somebody call yell at Ryan right now. It can be about sports or nothing about him that era teach. You dare you start with his voice. Of go from there. It should be kind of free form at that point. I got more into the I get more into the high school hockey tournament. That's probably my favorite, okay. That went about that. And that'd be fun, right? Predict. Let me think it's just the wrong sport. I don't think it's. Cool just for the sake of being stubborn like why not how about this? You could take a one year try at it figure out if it's just as terrible as you think? And then you could always go back to live in the way that you've live. But maybe just maybe you would enjoy it. I don't know you you talk me. And a lot of crap. Steve I'm not gonna fall for this time. No sorry. Think it'd be fun. You to do it. I'm not good Email. Mike back. No. I'm not doing often. Do you use your phone on the toilet? That's funny because if your answer you're not alone fifty seven percent of people in a recent poll admitted that they use your phone on the toilet. At least some of the time. That includes eight percent of people who said, they always do it. You're only in the eight percent. But sale, you're not alone. It's way more popular with young people. Eighty six percent of men eighty four percent of women under thirty. Say. On the toilet. At least sometimes fist. Leave. I wish it was so quick. But like there's some people out there that just look at the wall in front of them. No, they pick up a shampoo bottle to read. Franken bottles Frankenstein walked off the toilet to grab my phone because I forgot it. That's how important do you get that on that data at the end of the week? That tells you how long you use your phone. Yeah. Like, and what you average for the week. What are what are you generally adenoid ever look at it? I just delete it now. Mike hang.

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"mike hang" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

11:07 min | 2 years ago

"mike hang" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Seven six fifty eight fifty eight twentieth. Thank matthew. Well, like like to weigh in on what Alex is saying. Like you start off by saying that I am a pretty far right conservatives in most aspects of my life other than the use of cannabis. You know, I can't really give you contradict any fact city sane. But I have been a user for probably over ten years. Now, I'm a successful person. I don't have any form of psychosis. I don't know. No. We should never ever be selling this to our children or promoting this to our children. I think least establishing a minimum age of twenty one. Older. But I I know that he's citing a lot of medical facts in his book. But there are at times where I think that some of these bigger pharmaceutical companies are pushing a lot of negative facts against cannabis use just because they don't have the foothold in that industry. This is this is usually what happens just what we've got here. So you've got your experience. And and there's no way I can speaking at your experience, you know, you, and you know, what you doing what you don't do and the success that you've raised. There's no way. I can I can debate that I've got my opinion on it and my position on it. And I think that's why we have to come down in the middle of say, all right? Let's look at the facts, let's look at the research. And that's where we need to go. And that's what I like about his book is that it it throws the facts out there. A and this is not from pharmaceutical. This is from the National Academy of medicine. In two thousand seventeen they said grow cannabis use is likely to increase the risk of developing schizophrenia and other psychosis the higher the use the greater the risk. Also that regular cannabis use is likely to increase the risk for developing social anxiety disorder now again, that's that's from the National Academy of medicine. I it's hard for me to to dispute that I don't have any research that would go against that. But it would be something. That would throw the red flag up and say me if that's true, maybe we met her stop and take a look at this. No, you're absolutely right. I mean, just with the use of anything whether it be alcohol cannabis or just about anything. There are some risk involved the nineteen those risk, and I believe that everybody should be educated about those risks. But like I said I've been involved with this for over ten years now, and I just I don't know anybody who suffer suffers from psychosis. And I haven't been involved in any crime related. The incidences involving marijuana whatsoever. Like, I said, I've been successful throughout my life. I've. Well, I'm glad for you. And I wouldn't wish any harm to come to you and definitely wouldn't want you to be involved in any type of of criminal activity. So you're a good citizen in that. I'm again, I'm just going back to these to the research. And if it says, this is what's happening where you may not be the one and thank God, you're not. But if they're saying this is happening, and they've got the stats to do it again, it just like, okay, we need to stop. And we need to take a look at it. Matthew, thanks for the thanks for the call. Let's go next to two one. Telephone number's four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight one your thoughts. Yes. So here's my opinion about this. Now, if they're gonna open up a medical store for. Marijuana one thing is I know they're gonna open up in the south part of Fresno. They're not gonna open it up in the north side of bread because the south part of Fresno. A liquor store and a smoke shop every corner. So the people were complaining about it. It you live in the north. We're going gonna open it up in the north side of bread. I don't see that ever happening. Another thing. If you drink alcohol. Alcohol and marijuana. You get people drinking driving killing people every minute. Every two minutes someone's in active because. Alcohol. If you see a lot of violence with alcohol. I don't see it with American with marijuana. I grew up all my life. All my family members. Everybody had done. I never seen. None of that mental issues. I even myself at one point I did smoke it. I don't anymore, but I never changed. My attitude about it. Well, again, wan I'm I'm just I'm just going by the research. I I appreciate your your story, and that it hadn't affected you that way. But when I see the National Academy of medicine say, no, this is what is happening, and they cite their studies that they're doing it on. They're not pulling that out of thin air. But now listening by this way now about what's he could be a drug you re with me be drug. Not anything would be a drug. But yeah, I I mean, I know where you're going. Okay. Let me food for example, look at how many thousands of people are overweight right now. Who is a drug. You're a Christian. You should not be crazy for food at all. Okay. Well, there's health risk in in overindulgence and everything I don't wanna get too far off the subject you talked about drunk driving. And so we have national campaigns. That warn people about the dangers of it, you know, driving buzz driving drunk, and we do everything we can to tell people of the risk of that. And the in what it can do on a highway. We do the same thing when it comes to tobacco the dangers that it does. And and the cancer that it can cause I'm not hearing any of that about cannabis when the research says that yes, it also has negative effects and impact with it. Give you last word one. Then I gotta move on. I just I just hold the goes through. I actually, you know, I I'm not a fan of marijuana. But you know, if the people who smoke it wherever and let him do it. We'll say in one here's my problem with that. I hope it goes through. I I've used it before and live and let live they wanna do it do it. Well, I just think as a society, we have a little bit more of a responsibility. And we've done that in so many other areas of drug use of opioids of prescription drugs of alcohol of tobacco. I'm just not hearing those warnings about cannabis. I'm not hearing anybody stand up as they would in any other of these drugs that I've mentioned and mentioned the dangers of it because they're touting it is just hey, it's okay. Nothing's wrong with it. I smoked a little bit. When I was a kid, and I use it every now and then, but when I hear again from people like the National Academy. For medicine and several other studies the American journal of psychiatry when I hear them talk about it. I'm saying, well where are these? Why are people talking about why in the city of Fresno looking at those types of studies before these look at how much revenue that we can get from this. Let's go next to Blake Blake. You're up next. Hey, jim. So. Pretty conservative guy. I just wanted to say, you know, we were talking about this. I don't wanna ask your age. But sounds like you're older, gentlemen. Maybe you know, how how old are you think? I am Blake. Let's just put you on the spot. How do you think? I am. Fifties. God bless you. God bless you Blake. I'll let's leave it there. Jim. So what might want to get to the point is as far as the Republican party conservative party? You're you're finding a lot more. Liberally minded people as far as social issues are there are. It is Blake. I understand what you're saying to cut you off. And I got a lot of callers. So here's where everybody goes with that. So they're going to go Republican party conservatives liberal moral issues, Christian non-christian, and they're going to go down that line. That's not that's not the path. I'm going down. I'm going to bound the line of medical evidence. I'm going down reputable organizations that say this there's there's a danger to this. So if I start putting in the category of my opinion, my use what I think everybody's got an opinion it's like their nose. So just pick your own. But you can't dispute unless you've got the facts and the background to do that this type of evidence. That's all I'm saying, I'm not coming to it from my age, or or my generation or my religion or my party. I'm just saying, wait a minute. If the doctors are telling us there is a danger to this. Why are we talking about that before we talk about how much? Money. We're gonna make from it. That's all I'm saying. Let's go next to to Jim Jim you're up next. Yes. I know UC San Diego did a study. I'm people going into kidney failure from marijuana use. It's still being random studies being done it with people not necessarily had Kimmy Andrew beforehand. Diabetics and other people. They already have Kenny injuries do medical condition going into active kidney failure, can you? All United States citizens. Millions of dollars. Searched. It you d. Goal has done a study on marijuana. So see these are the types of things that I'm sure when they look those individuals say excuse me, sorry, you Republican or democrat before we check your kidney. Are you a conservative? Are you a Christian non Christian? What's your age? No again. And and I appreciate you bring that up. Jim. These are the types of studies now that are surfacing they've been there. I think what Alex said was, you know, these doctors are treating these things they don't have time to write a bunch of stuff up and get it out there. But it would be who've us that before we create another monster here that we stop and look at the evidence again, the facts, ma'am, just the facts, let's see if I would I travel more car. No, okay. Well, Mike hang on. I'll come back to you. And we'll pick this conversation up.

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"mike hang" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Hey mike yes okay this is a huge clue that should tip it off for you all right he was a starting guard in the back court with both michael jordan and kobe bryant so he was the other guard to michael jordan and then later to kobe bryant what you're yes or no question did he wear a single digit jersey yes ron harper yeah there you go mike viewer said you ever said in the second row before i know man yeah you're going to you'll be blown away man tackler seat mike here's the big question who do you take in with you my best friend and my wife that is so sophie's choice does your wife a big sports fan not a big sports fan but she likes the lakers just because i like the lakers however if i tell my wife that i'm gonna take my best friend and he knows my best friend by childhood she's gonna say go for it so i'm gonna take my best friend good for you good for you what a good friend hey mike hang on greg's going to get some information from you and we'll see on april six in the second row against the timber wolves okay you got it man congratulations thanks greg craig i can't put him on hold so you gotta do it excellent all right cool all right cone up next we'll give you latest on the ncaa tournament games are going on plus plus.

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