21 Burst results for "Network Analyst"
"network analyst" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"So whether as I can out dance. You I can do this, you know. so we're on the slide and haven't had want to get into it. Who's got a better arm and junior like man? Put me on the mound. I do act ninety five and was going back and forth blah, blah, Blah Blah. We go to New York Yankee Stadium. This is still going on for a whole day. Finally we get to the park early one day, and they have a throwing contest. Who can throw the ball further? So Edwin is at home plate. He reaches back and he throws the ball up there in the black seat for Reggie. Jackson hit a home run. Wow, PA file from home plate. Junior reaches back and throws it. Over the seats. In centerfield out of the stadium from home plate. From home plate if I didn't see myself, I would never believe it. Oh my God, you know Lebron's in this doc, Harold. Reynolds, joining us, the documentary is called Junior. You're listening to this on Saturday morning. This DOC will be tomorrow. Father's Day Major League Baseball Network at eight eastern. Herald played with him for a long time obviously. Lebron's dock and he talks about. griffey junior was the first baseball player I think got a shoe deal from Nike and. Lebron talks about how he actually made baseball cool. Did you did you sense that when you did you notice? When you went to parks, not only fans. YOUNG AFRICAN AMERICAN FANS! Did you notice that he was doing things in your community beyond just regular guy's going to baseball games. Yeah, you know it's funny because We're all trying to break in star players. We named early on guys that was just starting to come around, but there was just something different people gravitated to everywhere. We went. And we're in Seattle. This is not New York. This isn't Chicago in. This isn't two thousand twenty. When you got instagram snapchat everything else. This is like one game a week and we're never on it, you know. Everybody knew who griffey was is. The number one seller in Jersey. He was in commercials and he was cool with the commercials, and it was Kinda when that time when Nike started doing. The Spike Lee and and Michael Jordan is the shoes, and they started chanting the coolness of commercials, so Griffey have that for president. He's running through the streets and all these different things. He had a candy bar and everywhere we went. People gravitated to him, but he was different. You know wore backwards. He had earring. Baseball was stale. You'd better wear your socks a certain way and make sure you don't have any jewelry on. Those are the rules. Even Ninety says we're coming. Through late. Eighty, nine, ninety and junior bucked all those rules you were saying and he had a hat backwards, and he had a little limp to is to walk little pimp ended. It was cool. Yeah, and everywhere we went..
SEC Network Analyst Criticized for Saying He Wants to See ‘Scantily Clad Girls’ at Gymnastics Meet
"All right off the cuff but inappropriate comment about an NC double a gymnast competition has placed berry booker an SEC network basketball ask balling analyst and hot water the comment occurred during saturday's arkansas missouri a basketball game as booker in announce a richard cross sca- disgust and advertised is d- gymnastics broadcast as cross mused the meat could be a good valentine's day activity booker countered that his interest i was in the scantily clad girls of her i saw the story the SEC commissioner greg sankey responded to the issue quote comments made during yesterday's telecasts were inappropriate unacceptable we take this matter seriously and are addressing it internally SEC network respects all student athletes and is committed to showcasing women's sports with the utmost regard one former arkansas gymnasts sydney mcglone condemned the comments and welcomed the news that booker would be reprimanded she expanded on the harm of such comments in the the washington post quote i was mostly disappointed with the comment due to the ill intent and sexualizing of a sport that has already faced so much when it comes to sexual abuse now booker reportedly apologized for the comments later in the broadcast here's the question should this guy very booker be fired fired no but he should probably be suspended i think that's fair i i i it's one of the if i wouldn't it wouldn't bother me if he was but i could live with a suspension if he's you know genuinely a contrite yoyo similar to you know the guy who apologize for the astros not greg greg anybody actually means it when they say they're sorry correct correct and he's never done anything like this before there's no track record of something like this where you know inappropriate comments something misogynistic whatever might be i'm willing to give the guy a second can chance but that said there should be some sort of punishment that goes beyond the public shaming of saying something that stupid stupid yeah it is obviously completely inappropriate and these going for the show and he's going for joe and he's he's clearly got some sort of blind spot here
"network analyst" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"You know, obviously teams talking to him people seeing him like how much of that is is of real value of determining what it seems to sort of someone like me who's an NFL watcher and just sort of reads all this stuff like he solidified himself as a top three top one guy that week. I don't know where he was before. But I guess my question for you is is like is that like what happened like Ken how you measure can't how you interview can the whole football world like being there for a week. Like does that solidify guy as the number one or was he may be number one beforehand? And and this is just sort of story in news and fodder because that's what people. Due at the scouting. Combine. I think there's a chance he could have been the one before the combine. But there was so much variance in in. What was expected from her size? You know, I I had heard, you know, during the year there was talk. He's one hundred eighty three pounds well to me more so than the height that that would have been tough tough to get over. Just there's to be very difficult to survive at that position at one hundred eighty three pounds, so two hundred seven pounds. That's a significant difference in that can have a major impact on where you would stack somebody like that. So that to me the measurement absolutely mattered. And I tell people that the forty and people like to laugh, you know, you're running shorts move the corner position. You know speed is is a big deal. And when you watch the tape watch college, surly, see them, all get tested and challenged vertically. You don't know you think he can run, but he hadn't played an explosive receiver all year long or pointing an off coverage. The whole time. So that's a question that really does get answered at the combine when they run. So that's where that wholesome real value. And you know, you mentioned the interviews what what has a greater impact anything else in Indianapolis is the medical. So once they, you know, once you get your medical grade, I've been in the draft rooms where you have you love a player on the people at the school tell you he's okay physically. But the doctor comes in and says, no he did not pass our physical. That's it. There's no discussion. He's off the board. It's over we always say, look, let's let the coaches coach scout scouts and let the doctors the doctors, you don't know more than them. So when they tell you this guy is a major risk, and he's failed the physical. That's a wrap. Daniel Jeremiah is the NFL networks sitcom, the Lee draft analyst of seeking catch other guys. They're Bucky Brooks standard as a podcast with him. And it's gonna be fascinating too. To see all Daniel's work over the next couple of weeks. Given now that Mike Mayock is the general manager of the Oakland Raiders, you're gonna see Daniel a ton on both the NFL network and online and NFL dot com and his his podcast as well..
"network analyst" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"And would you just so sort of I so we formally have it or listeners have it? Would you classify yourself as a Baptist or or if not how would you? What what would you say? You're religious. Yeah. No. I grew up in the it was a Baptist church. But then they dropped that affiliate. Nation, and I don't I don't get all hung up into that. In terms of you know, the word Christian. You know, people ask me what what's your faith? I never say on the Baptist. I say, I'm Chris you. Gotcha. Okay. Your father in addition, obviously what he does. Now, he was the chaplain for the San Diego clippers right when they played in San Diego as an NBA franchise. And also. Yeah. And he also from what I read lead chapel services for NFL teams when they were in town to play the chargers. So in your youth. Did you did you have experiences as young person just intermingling with either the clippers or NFL teams given your father's relationship to pro sports? Yeah. Absolutely. You know, my my dad was a chaplain for San Diego clippers. My brother was the ball. Boy. For the clippers my. Yeah. My brother was the ball with the other ballboy was we grew up with Giles fun. I don't know if you remember them, but Brian Johnson played for the Indian pirate. Good hit or Ryan. And my brother were. Yeah. Yeah. Brian. My brother were the two ballboys. And then after the games, we would wait, you know, my dad became really close friends with swint later that was playing for those clipper teams in swin had been doing loans, you know, back up at UCLA, and we're still first round pick but him and Bill Walton. But he's but after the games, I can remember somebody earliest memories games, we'd be waiting there. My dad would be talking to whoever in and me and all won't kids with would be shooting hoops out there while Bill had his feet in in a bucket of ice trying to I. We'd be out there shooting hoops little kids. So those those are fun memories. And then swin ended up going to the Waco. So we would go up there and see him a couple of times doing that. And then football, you know, doing the football chapels that I can remember we were huge cowboy fans growing up. You know, we follow the show we had to it was the chargers and the Cowboys. And so the Cowboys would always put a chargers in preseason. So my dad would always do their chapel. And I can remember being at the team breakfast. They let you come to the team breakfast, and me and my brother had both. Brought our our Tony Dorsett football cards and Tony Dorsett was two tables away. And we just kept doing you. Go do it. No, no. No. No. You go do it. And we just sat there we'd needed one of the courage to go get twenty four sets autograph. But we always told people he just ate breakfast tables away. Yeah. As a yeah. I remember it seems like the Cowboys were on every Monday night football game. Indoor set was always was always. Starring when you said you shot baskets with the. Walton sons that would be Luke Adam Nate, Chris those Walton's, I don't. Yeah. I don't even remember which ones they were. Because I ended up playing playing against them in high school, summer, retirements and stuff. They just kept coming and some of them you had you had some nephews who played as well. But yeah, they were there seem like there was a wall in high school basketball, San Diego for twelve straight years..
"network analyst" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"And then my dad invited him once after shirt, that's where I bet Chris the next day. He in kinda new in talking to me knew that I was interested in broadcasting the next day. He was going to interview interview Reggie White for a one on one. And he asked if I wanted to go with him, then I'm here. I'm like. Yeah. Absolutely. So end up going with him their Reggie White. And and then we Morton struck up a friendship during that point in time. And then while isn't college he would have me come to the draft interest phones at that point time, I met Jay Rothman who was producing the draft ESPN. And then he was doing college football at that time. And so, hey, I'm doing the Orange Bowl which the national championship game. Again. I'm still in college. And he said if you can get down here, you know, you can be an intern runner. So I paid my own way to Miami and picked up sandwiches for everybody the for the for and then I go through graduate college. And then. At the Sunday night football job to produce that and he reached out to me and asked if I wanted to be a spotter for Sunday night football. So that's what I did for two years sending on football with a spotter up at the booth who who responded for two Rico, and that was that was Mike that was no that was Mike Patrick allowed. Joe seismic palment wire might do that. How about that? And then and then I was also the second year I was in g producer. So all the Phoenix. You would see, you know, the shots the opening shots and all that I want around with a couple of camera guys. And and and it was just make sure that they could get into where they needed to get into shoot that stuff coming out of break. So I did that the second year and then through that process. We were doing a game with the ravens in Iran in my brother's college teammate in the press box was a scout for the Baltimore Ravens and just a chance meeting. And then he said, hey, we have a we're gonna have an opening in our scouting department. Do you think you'd ever be interested in that? And I had not taught anything about scouting. And well, it sounds like a pretty good pretty good deal. So anyways, that's what led me getting an interview. And that's what led them getting involved in the scouting what? The Baltimore Ravens. Interesting. I went ask if I can't a couple of questions about your faith in relation to sports. It's an interesting topic to me so first off how do you weigh sharing your faith publicly with the sports world, which it many times directs people to do the opposite on either religion or politics..
"network analyst" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"It means anything you're the Lee draft analyst for the network, the I mean, it was just, you know, something that been talked about. Maybe previously. We look I always like being the backup quarterback. You're always preparing yourself in case the starter gets hurt. Or if this the starter moves another team, you wanna be ready to step in. And so even from when I started it was like Mike is the best Mike is phenomenal. You know, Mike not do forever. So you need to be preparing yourself to eventually be able to step into that role. So it's something I've been working towards and and then when Mike left, you know, look, it was we're all said see might go because as great at what he does and and B's wonderful team. But there's also an opportunity that was you know, that existed. So that was that was to me to get out think it was ever said, hey, you know, you're the you're the guy or your lead this or that it was just, hey, you've got an opportunity now make the most of it. So that's the way I approached it feel any pressure in that, you know, I think people again NFL fans know who you are. They certainly are familiar with your analysis. But that's gonna probably Daniel get exponentially bigger. Just given how much even the NFL networks going to push your mock drafts. No, I don't think. So, you know, look. It doesn't matter who you are you a mock draft you're gonna get so much blowback and criticism of social media. If you haven't callous yourself at this point time, I'd be surprised. So I don't feel any more pressure. I have too much fun Richard to to let the pressure kinda body. It's it's I love it. I I love watching players talking about players. I love talking about team building. It's something that you know, somebody was asking me about the combine. And you know, how you're gonna protest. I said these are the same conversations we're gonna have on air or the same conversations I had for eight years in the stands sitting with my scouting buddies. I said they just kind of throw Mike on you now. So it's still fun. And I I have too much fun to to worry about you know, opinions or pressure that that might be out there. It's just we're talking with ball. It's not rocket science. Nobody's living her dying here. I it's a blast. For me. Let's talk about what the sort of the schedule is Daniel in terms of mock drafts where as we tape this. We're taping this on Thursday, March seventh. How many new versions of a mock draft? Will you do prior to the draft itself done? I just did my second one the other day. So that just came out this week. So in years past it's very sometimes I think I've done as many as maybe eight this year. It's not quite as many. So it'll be this is my second one. I believe I have one more, and then I will do one, you know, Mike did his his his final mock draft of the day before the draft. And it was they put that into a little bit of a show. So I believe the plan that would be my my fourth and final one. So it's a, you know, people can't get enough of them. You know, the as the traffic as nothing to do in my opinion, whose names on it. If there's a mock draft that exist people eat it up, and they'd love it. So I know I know we with network and as media group, you know, have my four, but you'll have Bucky Brooks. It'll be putting them out Lancer line puts him out. Chase good bread. Him out or ask wealth. We have. I mean, it's a we have a ton of that get put out there. So people can get their their appetite met there for all these mock drafts. Do you do enjoy it? Do you? Enjoy the process the actual process of compiling list, putting it out there, and knowing that people are going to treat this the way some treat the apart. Yeah. Well, or treat it the way some treat the Magna Carta or the declaration of independence. You know, I always I always enjoy my favorite part is ranking players..
"network analyst" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"On the sports media podcast. It's you're in California Daniels. Good morning to you. Hey, thanks for having me on. So I wanna start here before we get to may axe departure, and how that might impact you. I think people are fascinated by the NFL draft and many things about it. But here's something that for my audience in particular. I think they'd be really curious about let's just sort of pick a random day three weeks before the NFL draft can you as detailed as you can take me through your what your day might be starting specific like what time you get up. And then what time you go to sleep and everything happens in between. Sure. Sure. You know, if we're going about three weeks out of the pro days will be over if it's a day where I'm up at the network for pass the draft. It would be it would be different. But I'll run your day if I was at home. Okay. I'll get up at I'll get up at six thirty. I will we our kids go to different schools. So we have four kids. And my son goes to school cross town about twenty minutes away. So I'll take him to school. We'll leave about seven ten get him to school. I'll get home back home about eight at that point in time. I usually get some get some coffee, and then I go into my office. And then I'll start watching tape video. I guess it's old habit for scouts. We still say take even everybody knows. It's not tape. But we'll start watching video of players at that point in time. And that will be interrupted by some phone calls. Maybe some text messages with with friends in the NFL in personnel departments where we could be talking about players. And who you're watching? You know, why do you like this guy? I don't like him that way, you know, these are friends that I've had going back, you know, twelve pleasures. So that's kind of sprinkled throughout the day. I try hopefully, go to watch my wife, and then and then get a little bit more done. And then next picking up the kids. School. And that kind of that'll take care of know family stuff between going to track meets and soccer practice, pick up the kids, and we try and get dinner together. And then once the kids go down that about eight, you know, from that point on I'll go back into my office and try and get another two or three hours of of work done. And then you get up and do it all over again. How different will that be? Let's say for a pro day where you would in Sierra cly. I guess it's a big pro day, you might be on site at that pro day. Yeah. So I'm gonna go. This is something that'll be a little bit new this year during during the time scouted, obviously went to zillionaire pro days. But I haven't been to many since I went over to the media because that was kind of Mike steel Mike would go out to the pro days. I was in the studio five days a week for pass the draft. And you know, Mike would file reports are talk backs, and he would be on the show from remote location at those days. So this year. I'm gonna get out to about six of them. So I'll go to Oklahoma to see Kyle Murray. Ohio State, Alabama, Duke and Missouri have quarterbacks all be there in state. So I'll get a chance to get out to more this year. So that'll be something. That's that's new for me. But new old I guess new in this in this role, but reflects that for my scouting days, and when you're at a pro day Daniel is it how do I sort of phrases are what you are looking for with the sort of the process be the same as if you were working for the eagles or the ravens in terms of your, you know, your actual scouting for the NFL network for your mock draft. Yeah. I mean, I try and function..
'The worst report I've ever heard': NFL Network analyst crushes Kyler Murray
"It feels like the NFL draft season officially started yesterday because you had that full on character assassination. Charley Casserly reported that Keiler Murray did poorly in his team interviews, basically worse than any quarterback has ever done at the combine if you're a cardinal's fan, this might be confusing because there are report. What's your team is going to take him number one overall to put it into context? Here's Charlie Casserly who was a decorated general manager in the NFL. And now an analyst for the NFL network. These are his comments on Cuyler Murray. This was the worst comments. I ever got a higher rate a quarter manually I've been doing this a long time. Yes leadership. Not good case. Study habits not good the board work below. Not good. Not good at all on any of those areas and grazing major concerns about what this guy's gonna do. Now. People say, well, we're going to compare them to Mahomes, we're going to run an offense like well homes. We're going to run an offense. Like Baker Mayfield. It is possible. But those guys are much different. I mean, those guys you'd have a question about their ability on the board you never question their leadership ability their work habits. They were outstanding in those areas. This guy's not outstanding those areas it showed up in the interview. All right. That's Charley Casserly on the NFL network. I don't know how many front office people or scouts coaches. He spoke to there are. Certain potential draft picks when they go into a meeting, and they know that team is not going to take them they sort of mail it in. I don't know if that happened or not with Cuyler Murray. I don't know how many teams that Charley Casserly spoke to about Cuyler Murray. But there is that possibility also the information this time of the year is hard to trust on both sides because Lincoln Riley, and you're going to hear he's going to talk about Kyle Murray, a leader how great he is. And what may have happened in these interviews, but Charley Casserly. I don't know. If he's speaking to the raiders, they would like to get him downgraded. So they get a chance to get him. You know, I don't trust anybody's information who works for a team whose with a team. I just I don't I can't because I've learned I've learned the hard way, everyone has an agenda hard to get the whole picture, but Casserly saying that Murray had bad study habits terrible on the whiteboard drawing up plays. But it's. Goes back to how could he play? So great at quarterback in college. If you're the cardinals you have to take what Casserly said with a grain of salt.
"network analyst" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That's a great great leaders do man. And I just feel like he needs to do more to men and oughta great quarterbacks in gray leaders. That's what they do. I mean, you know, we all know man, used to be just like when you when you what your wife, they they don't like it. But if you argue, you know, what my fault. I apologize baba. You know, you ain't wrong. To sit here and argue with you all day fall. She says. Yeah, you are wrong. And that's fine. And that's when you Patchett she has to say, you know, what you right? So we we got football. We got football talk from James Jones. We got parenting advice from James Jones. We got marital. James Jones, real quick Antonio Brown in and out of uniform. How good would that look? Oh, my God is very good for the Niners very very bad for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Man. I mean, you get Tonio Brown on any team. Like Antonio Brown is not a system wide receiver. Antonio Brown is one of the best wide receivers to ever play this game. So it doesn't matter. What system he goes to? But speaking of systems anyway, I couldn't imagine him in Cal Shanahan system in Shanahan plays up for him to get him to ball. It will be crazy. But I'm praying the Steelers and Antonio Brown work it out and big band work out, man. He stays and still have for the rest of his career, James. We appreciate you hanging out with this, man. We we love where you've gotten to in your point in your adult life, your professional life coming out of San Jose. Football. You know, your story keep doing your thing on NFL network. And hopefully, we'll get a chance to talk to you soon. Appreciate it, man. Thank you very much. Thank you very much James Jones from San Jose, California. A. His mom. They weren't homeless shelters talking about a kid way. He's handled himself. Good career. And we already got tax people say man have James Jones. I'm more often. He was very appreciate James Jones. NFL network analyst joining us on the Fitz and Brooks show time for traffic sponsored by San Francisco wild dot com. Winters San Francisco especial special local.
"network analyst" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"On my defense folks on two areas turnovers and red zone defense. Take the ball away and make people kick field goals as opposed scoring touchdowns. If you do those things you can win a lot of games. He's the NFL network analyst Bucky Brooks join us, and he's also the co host of the move the sticks podcast alongside Daniel Jeremie. Which already know tends to spike around this type of years one of the most listened to podcasts bookie, and that's where I'll transition over to college football to the NFL draft. And I think I'll start with Cuyler Murray. I with the decision to enter the draft and still seems to be on the fence he committed to being an NFL player is he still have baseball and his future. How was that all going to you think I guess go down over the next couple of months, how will teams view him? The couple of things calamari the first thing that he can do to eliminate a lot of questions when he has tuned to sit with coaches evaluator, tell them look, I'm a football guy. I wanna play football. I wanna be a quarterback in the national football. Is he gives them a Harkin mimic that if I am drafted if I'm drafted high. I'm going to be all in football. I don't think it'd be an issue. The other issue that has to work around would be questions about his size. Both of Homa just we thing that he's five nine seven eighths scowls would been through there. He's one eighty five to one ninety and I think the thing works against in. That really hasn't been a precedent set for a player of this stature to play successfully in the league he will benefit from the fact that Baker Mayfield. Well, so Wilson drew Brees has success, but even with their success. Some people are still gonna say, but he's a much smaller player than them. The thing that works in his favor. He just. Lead into same offense. And Baker Mayfield would Baker Mayfield with that. Oklahoma. Baker Mayfield goes to the league has hasn't house any rookie year. You can look at tell the Murray's tape, and you get kind kinda make some sumptious or how his game would translate into the league. He is more dynamic. He is more explosive. He can't throw the ball. He has big time arm talent. He's not quite as precise with Equitas basically doing his last year. But he certainly is the guy that you can imagine having to kind of success in the league. And then ultimately is going to be a decision for teams, are you secure enough general manager in your job where you know, if I take a gamble on Kalam irt underside, and it doesn't work out. Is it going to cost me my job? So those the things that he has to work through. But is he word you've been a first round based on talent absolutely Willie go in the first round. I think so I think it's a high probability I would say probably eighty five or ninety. Chance to go into first round..
Oakland Raiders hiring draft analyst Mike Mayock as general manager
"This out the raiders are hiring NFL network analyst, Mike Mayock as their general manager. The announcement will be made as early as today. I find this interesting on a lot of levels. One is a guy who's so involved with the draft that may Aachen Gruden opposite sets all those years evaluating talent. Now, they're together for those that may not know Mike Mayock has been a draft analyst for the NFL network for years and called Notre Dame football for a few years as well or analysts for the booth that we were in. I was in school. So we we've known him forever from that standpoint. And also from the NFL draft as well. But so you'd see him obviously, the combines and everything is a draft analyst. And now as you said the break trae,
Aaron Rodgers' estranged brother rips QB after wildfire donation
"However, then all of a sudden this this guy, Jordan Rogers gets on social media in starts blasting Aaron Rodgers the SEC network. Analysts took exception to his brother's quote unquote act accusing the Green Bay Packers quarterback of king lacking compassion for his family. So against Jordan Rogers is on the SEC network. He's an analyst. And of course, we all know that Aaron Rodgers is the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. So we know the Jordan says that you know, he and Aaron I guess they've had a falling out. He says, please donate spread awareness and send love Jordan tweeted in response to errands social media campaign video, but and this is where it gets a little a little dicey. He says, but when your mom is home alone during fires in car packed and ready to evacuate, and you missed the fundamental first step of compassion. Calling your parents to make sure they're safe everything else. Just feels like an act. And that's what Jordan did. So you got Aaron Rogers says saying that he's going to pledge a million bucks and trying to help people there with the California wildfires, and and so then Jordan tweeted his response back to Aaron. And of course, all the other folks on social media. So this is all a bunch of family garbage in and we see this all the time, whether it is a family's going after each other or celebrities going after each other we've seen you know, spouses and girlfriends and boyfriends taking each other out on Twitter and social media. I'm gonna goes on and on Facebook is another one you post on somebody's time line, and you can put something real nasty up there or something personal. You know? Hey, why are you cheating on me or whatever it is? You could be the post that on somebody's time line. And so one of the things that I've noticed with social media is there there just seems to be this lack of decorum these days. Now, they good social media is a big part of that. Now, the story points out, and this is from FOX four one one the Rogers family drama has been a public debacle since Jordan aired their dirty laundry during his appearance on season twelve of the bachelorette in two thousand sixteen revealing that Aaron had been in strange from his parents in rarely contacted them. Well, you know, my two cents on this would be and I made these speaking out of turn.
"network analyst" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"We are here in l. a. at NFL network studios with MAURICE Jones drew former pro bowler. NFL running back. Welcome to recommit you. Thanks for having me. Yeah, m. j. d. I think you said is, okay. It was perfectly fine. Okay, good. We're going to go with that. Welcome to the show. It is. I was actually a little surprised that you were available now because it's Monday and Monday night football starts in like less than three hours. I don't know what a typical Monday is like around here. I imagine it's kind of chaos these last couple of days. Like like during the season, it's really not too bad on Mondays is more recap, kind of looking over what happened on Sunday or Thursday. For me, it's my longest aches. I do fantasy a tape early in the mornings at eight o'clock and then go all the way to about noon. Then I get a to our break and then I come back, right? A couple of articles thing get ready to do in game. You're writing on top of being on. Yeah, you gotta try to taste, try touch podcasts as well. So I tried to a little bit every respect because as someone who who writes as well, I can tell you it's not a, it's. It can be very time consuming. So I didn't say in the intro, but you are now a network analyst for NFL network. You also do the Los Angeles Rams play by plays or sorry, color commentary? Yes. So tell me if you will, obviously it's kind of become common for everyone who is like a color analyst today is usually a former player, but how does that process actually work? I think mine was much different. Is weird. The NorAm just called my agent and was like, hey, we wanna try MAURICE out if he wants to do it, you know, come and do it and I was like, all right, cool. Never did it before, and they were like, don't worry about it. We'll you know, we want to have a different flow to it than the normal, the traditional way. And if you listen to our broadcast is much has a little bit of like slang in their little different much more. I guess, millennial where you know we try to reach a younger crowd because the Rams they do have older crowd. But you have a lot of younger people that are joining up youngest coach in the NFL right younger than me is nice. He's what thirty one thirty thirty just turned thirty two..
"network analyst" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"So I, I, I'm not sure if I would have to be directed from the manager if he was if it was that adamant and my guess is I think he just put it in the memory Bank at some point. You know, next year you, you let you let them know how you feel about it. If you're the brokers. So you would need your manager to say how I need you to have him where one. I wouldn't work now. I don't know what the pre-game you know, the rules will be, you know, with there's ever something heightened. A lot of times managers will come to the respective managers or the empire will come to respect managers and say, hey, listen, you know what happened last night. Don't dumb here because if we gotta toss somebody we will. They ran through sixteen pitchers last night pitching it, you know, they're going to need some length out of both of these teams. Certainly wait Miley, you know, it's been a nice surprise with respect to what he's done in the postseason. You know, look, I think there's there's a way of showing a guy that you know don't do that stuff. And if it means you hit him, hit him, but you know there there's a way to come inside effectively to wake somebody up. If I'm on that team and I know that he deliberately tried to hurt my first baseman who's integral part of my team. It doesn't matter. He's not or not, but I had a heck of a year, you know, I, I would. I'd have to show support from a guy, but I'm a little reluctant on seventy. In a game five of LCS you know, if you move on to the to the World Series. So yeah, he's allied her major league baseball network analyst. You can see him on MLB tonight pre and post of the league championship and the World Series games. How important is this start for Clayton Kershaw. I think they're all the portent. I think Clayton has battled a little bit with the, you know, the the, the pride aspect if you will, with him being, you know generation only the best pitcher, certainly in the last ten years. Listen, Dan, his stuff isn't the same, and I think the anticipation or the people who watch baseball closely as you know, you're looking at a guy who had run that statistically rivaled only sandy Koufax with without dominant. He was his stuff not being the same. His fastball is down to certainly three or four miles an hour. Therefore the differential between his out pitch which is now mostly slider. He throws his slider, very close to be dispensable, so he's, you know, he's got a pinch, so I don't know what kicks back. You know, I think it could be there eight, anything in sprays. Terrific. Vedeno guy. Did you see the tweet by Mark moulder former pitcher who said, and I'm paraphrasing, but he's. He's saying as he's watching in real time, you know, kershaw's last downing he goes. I don't know if he can get. I never thought I would say this, but I don't know if he can get people out with this stuff and and you would never say that about Kershaw and that brings me to he can opt out of his contract. But if you're the dodgers, do you have to look at this and say, do we want to pay this guy? You know, two hundred million dollars for the next seven years or six years. I mean, there's a bigger right. Yeah, I can't imagine him up to now. Can you know? I mean if you really think about the back issue, you have to go back to two thousand sixteen when it all started creeping in and you know his innings redoubt I think he threw right around one hundred fifty, you know, heading thrown two hundred innings, two hundred plus sending since two thousand fifteen. So that's you know, those are serious issues, obviously back for any athlete. But as a pitcher and his his delivery was always unorthodox violent. He's a big guy. You know, I cannot imagine him. You know, pulling out of that contract. You know he's got, you know few years with some big time money and especially Now Dan the way that that we're looking at this bullpen in the less importance of starting pitching which I can go on for thirty minutes about that. Yeah, so yeah..
"network analyst" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"All powered by the fan busiest time of year i dunno moment that he was not on the air over the weekend he is mike may ioc of course the nfl network analyst at you could follow him on twitter mike may nobody better on the draft stuff mike chris maggie in bart scott here in new york and if you can please enlighten us a little bit we've been trying to find somebody to separate when it comes to these quarterbacks but it seems like gas ten different people you get ten different opinions as to who is the goto guy at the top of this draft yeah natural in just about any draft that the reason somebody with a last name of manny more lock and you know it's all about different flavor this but he likes it give has has different priorities when it comes to that and from my perspective right now i think there are two guys that are leader in the clubhouse and in whatever order donald johnston island and i think the two of those guys can play indoors they can play outdoors and they complain all thirty eighty so um i for me that's work star and i know there's been a a lot of positive feedback especially about josh allen the big kick wyoming now people like different things we're on the concerned about you know all war here in new york giants jets it you can took place either roles in our alan o on order team which law would would you choose i don't have wrote and then that in the top two i've guy alan donald donald okay we'll d'arno in analogy iaea on hand again i think both of them can play in cleveland warning york and i know cleveland excuse me new york giant prosper could well i played food giant i know a lot of people in that building uh from my perspective the way i look at the giant with number two whose if they fall in love with a quarterback and only if they fall in love with a quarterback should they pass along take one barkley if he's there too um so you know i i think it really in and.
"network analyst" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"The preponderance of uh pitches there were talking to herald reynolds major league baseball network analyst you're a good friends with uh with the alex rodriguez alex getting closer to maybe pop into question to jail i knew that was komen i don't know did tell you what i i'm shocked that they have known each other for met each other early in their lives they are almost like colmes they're the same person it's like michael in janet jackson i mean they each other cents as they really are so much alike it's amazing to me who's better looking well that's j lo are okay of course it it's close it's close the alex it's gonna look in jail give me the story that we should keep an eye on in spring training uh you know everybody's talking about the yankees and judge in and stand which is a great story uh uh for me it's show hey otani i'm sorry that's the story baseball i want to see him pitch i to see him hit and i'd love the same do it in the same game and see what happens how good easy be you you know know it's word of mouth in all my gosh this guy is going to be the next babe ruth ways not going to be the next babe ruth but what are reasonable expectations as a pitcher and a hitter for him well i think the one proven is the pitching side uh we've watched that with with a lot of the japanese ace that come over and they are as advertised the pitching is legit i think he'll blow people away the offenses the question because we really haven't had uh a outside of matsui so to speak this had the power but each euro i remember each first french training lou pinella it was like whoever else guy can't hear that.
"network analyst" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Nfl network analyst and the future hold the famer eissa let me ask you this i wanted to run by run this by you because you've been on really good defense you've been on defenses that were lit up a little bit here not not to be rude but you know you've been on both types of defenses and i was so impressed as as we all work just how much the saints change their dna how impressive is that to you a guy who did play on some good defenses i said for sure to look at a team that used to give up four hundred yards weekly thirty points weekly to really all legitimate defense how do they do that new orleans at think when you order taker monitor mentality owner offer it carried over to their defense they had you know a lot of those guys are already playing by when you started going harm a path in paying to a running team you know when you start running their football you start getting a grip and the gaming that mentality and i think it's daughter will you know album come aristotle with ingram guys said you know what we're going to run the football down your throat the spoke on and do but on defense we're going to stop the run and we're gonna get after the quarterback effect that little small mentality starting on one side of that though that to the pence as you can see how it change then when it's a it's a team score it right and so when both ties all the same page that's what you could go seltz in this question about the jacksonville jaguars we saw blake bortles last week in tucson decent they do that again yeah that that's exactly here it he is not in a hell quality at least postseason quarterback but can they win with just their defense like they did in week five against the pittsburgh steelers hutututsi there can they do that at this stage of the season and maybe you in order to thing is a priority iran iraq harbor you.
"network analyst" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"You go from pigeon canary any where we have a third guess mlb network analyst sean kc so the dream is dead you don't get your five minutes you'll gave fifty minutes in front of several trillion people we're not going to talk about your athletic background that guy in hawke rooted it for you and is imagine the ladies did find somebody so david sills who's got a great great story i don't put people on who don't have great stories david sales next hour john feinstein top of the third hour sean case you right after that podcast tuesday back this thing up hit reset hit reboot dodgers astros game one of the world series this evening one hundred and one win astros against the one hundred and four window chargers one time seiyung award winner dallas kyko versus threetime seiyung award winner clayton kershaw every buddy versus the heat i don't need to tell it today this guy he knows if it's game one and i'm going to the phones and if somebody in southern california no it's one of two people one of the to die hard dodger hawks in this town it is either ira greg or it's this guy matt in la scam one of the world series bro the dodgers have not once in 1988 you don't have to wait on a night like this what's going on mad how are you world garrett i am fabulous like you would gain what did he i'm a lotta off tonight ir eight eight hundred shy there is going to be showing up big the night i'm looking at seven strong dodgers will reign i'm calling on ball game tonight at eight josh wary you're uh i thought that we were bad when you were here last year saying it up at joint with mario home and build up okay bob ukraine line two hundred one chapter and one rbi and like ninety eight wait a night birdie chavez ravine is gonna be your personal hill you haven't dodgers fat ratte usa so woodward doctors in private i've been seeing.
"network analyst" Discussed on WCTC
"Pale various style thus you are so talented last night me mob dogs were tasked rich eisen shared vero you're on the show what is one thing this means being internationally known more rich can we ought there may or may need pretty much the whole earlier on the shell fox its base carre analyst john slow down there network analyst steve mary jacksonville jaguars defensive linemen courageous gamba your full carl's poll results and more now he's a gentle giant general world bullet no was trying to hold him down rich eyes top of our number three the rich eisen show is only air in my compulsory chris brockman is all fired up for our cited poor selo just got out of a basesloaded jam and escaped with only one run given up its the middle of the second inning in fenway park of the first of four major league baseball playoff games today on this monday that also has a big monday night football game going on between the bears in the flight things tonight and we.
"network analyst" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
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"network analyst" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Continue to grow and at some point your team is going to be ready to play and maybe it's crazy to say maybe cleveland let her be ready i like to think that with you there they'll be ready to to go and do something productive and he just has to be ready and that's what i told derek when he came out um they weren't very good their first year but at some point your team is going to be ready and they are now in oakland and um and you got to be ready to go out there and lead them and and and that's what sean us do david car the nfl network analyst if we had a fantasy draft and you had you had to take a quarterback all quarterbacks are available who you taken a bit let me just tell you what happened okay so we have we have a fantasy uh little fantasy league uh amongst our family and over and so it's my father in law who had everybody in that right my mother brother and the first pick league was my brother garish which i thought i raised some eyebrows i think it now olson who did what i thought that was a little high prediction but uh you know they didn't and they went out and grabbed him um so in our leak he went first which which i was really fun with 'cause i got david johnson uh the third pick but the uh the if i to pick one guy i mean it's hard to really pickens aaron rogers and i when i look at i look at their team this year this quickly martellus bennett coming in and helping them is going to do so much for the rugged that it's going to make it a little bit easier for earned the for the football and that's the one thank you don't wanna see so what you're saying is your brothers overrating cars is that accurate.