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"pat swilling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Really good preseason. Winning's contagious. Keep rolling. All right, I need Mike Schur and Pat Shurmur. Up here. We had a tradition. They get the bucket shower. One coaches get recognized because of the effort of the players. I love you guys just like Pat said one with a great group of guys. You guys have earned the right to come together as a football team. Keep doing it, man. Let your boys man Hey, do you want to do There you go. Sounds from the locker room. You can see the scenes from locker room as well. All that courtesy of Denver broncos dot com. According to what? I'm looking at Vons, actually now in sole possession. Of 24th Place all time ahead of Pat swilling at 25, right behind Greg Townsend von now 108 sacks by the end of the year. It's not unrealistic. The faster we get two sacks a game. He'll jump way up, but If you don't remember Simeon Rice is a Bronco Muslim women with the box. Rice did end his career here in Denver, or, like half the season. These are the guys ahead of on. Greg Townsend, 1 9.5, Sean Jones Won 13 Clyde Simmons, 1 21.5, Simeon Rice, 1 22, Robert Mathis 1 23. So if he gets 15 sacks from where he is right now at 108, I mean 17 on the year that would be close to his best, I think, 18.5 his best year. But a 17 game coming back. Off to a great start. Not unrealistic. I don't think Chandler Jones going to average five sex again. But Chandler Jones is hot on his tail.

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"pat swilling" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:23 min | 5 months ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"So we've been lied to a lot way with mccarthy being around here coach so you know That's but most of all guys i'm not sold on mike mccarthy's coast i jerry. This we got jerry. One on one and my first question was about mike. Say green bay. Packers identified mike as the problem. It fight him. They went twenty six and six new coach. Rogers won the mvp yet. The jets and the browns said not mike. You said yes. He rolls out a six ten. Football team not are facts. Newly dose of facts and chris wanted same page when it comes to mike. He's got a lot to prove. That's why if they don't do anything this year i don't see him sticking around know jerry's loyal and he doesn't want to admit to mistakes. But but in. Mike mccarthy i think the leash is very very short. It should be jerry. Almost eighty years old not getting any younger. And i'll tell you what the way what i've seen from being quinn. I could easily see them bouncing mccarthy if they have a losing year and throwing dan quinn up in there because then clinton has if he's able to make this defense decent. This is the guy who gets the more interviews And our interactions with dan quinn and just watching these players 'cause this is now the third different defensive coordinator i see guys already playing at a different level so so i wouldn't be surprised if my mccarthy gets passed if they don't come through and had the kind of season that jerry wants the hat he's not getting any younger. Do you think the defense. I mean before nolan you know. They were usually ranked twelve thirteen sometimes in the top ten so they had with a lot of these same players. So do you think quinn will make them maybe a defense in the top third of the league and tell me about mike. Parsons too because i mean you know. Obviously there's a lot of hype about him Mike parsons reminds me of a pat swilling. Type play pass willing. Wow played and the lions yes. Pat was a heck of a talent and unfortunately some guy named lt was the guy but swilling was really really good He has that type of talent and he right now in talking to him..

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"pat swilling" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

06:07 min | 6 months ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Join us on the goodyear hotline shake. Cornet bart scott filling in for the guys. You look confused. Because if i'm correct extra playoff spot available this year to last year there was two wildcards also actual. There's an extra game in the regular season but last year they added extra game. So we're used to the extra playoff game this year. Let me the refresh. that got you to. I'm here for okay. So here's the question. Because we got the hall of fame game on thursday. Right like nfl. Preseason is underway. We're about a month out now from the regular season kicking off and so what team that missed. The playoffs last year is going to make this year or perhaps which teams got the most pressure to make this after missing the playoffs last year. Bart You in the front row can give you one. I think you can deathly pencil in the san francisco forty nine. I thought for sure you going to go cowboys. Believe him cowboys. I mean because you've got you've got the washington football team and i'm telling you giants got something going on with danny dunce aka julia whopper heads. I'm leaving i mean. Have you not been beating the cowboys drum for the last two weeks about how good the defense is going to be able. They have one of the best. Okay now you're changing your tune now that the third best team in the nfc east. And i'm just saying washington is going to be much improved with magic and magic shows and not this tragic that team's going to be electric because this guy is like evolution. You know what i mean. I don't know if you've ever seen how big is head is how smart he is but he can hit with a book He can listen. It's magic and get on fire and their defense may arguably the best defensive line that we've seen since the i believe the pat swilling you'll type of Saints they had ten guys all had over ten sacks or more you know what we have forty six more underneath four players. You know that hasn't been done since that that team okay. So you're not taking the cowboys instead. You're gonna take the forty niners by the way if you wanna weigh in at home. Give us a call. Eight eight eight say. Espn eight seven to nine. three seven. Seven six which team that made the playoffs. Last season is not gonna make this year or which team that missed is going to make it this year. And you say the forty niners and so why. The forty niners will be back in the playoffs. This year they also have a very competitive division seventy nine last year with almost more injuries than anybody to key players. Right deforms injured. Nick both was injured. Their quarterback was in injured and yet they still figured out a way to rattle off. Now seven wins. I believe so you think about that in the defense. And you know all the upgrades. They've been able to do on their offense side of the ball. They didn't really need to go get a quarterback but you know it was a luxury pick and i think eventually like me near the end of the year. They're gonna add maybe add. I forget his name again to mess up again. Who who who. You transported lancia trailer trigger. I call him. I got you okay. They didn't necessarily need a quarterback but they obviously needed to add some depth that position. Because jimi jesus i mean he can't the words i don't know who unbreakable who's him or or carson wentz. That's a really good point okay. So but jimmy g. when he's healthy they win. I mean let's call. What is jimmy g. Feels good the forty niners can go out and win some ball games but in terms of them taking trae lance they obviously went out and got trae lance. This isn't just like fall in our lap. They moved up to go get him because they needed some insurance at the quarterback position nonetheless. I will wholeheartedly agree with you. And the fact that. I think the forty niners are going to make the playoffs this year. My second one to a easily the patriots like the like no question about it. And i think there's so much pressure that we're not talking about for the patriots in terms of them having to make the playoffs because last year look. Let's just be completely frank. Tom brady went out and won the whole damn thing. Okay and what's bill belichick. Doing he was sitting at home during the playoffs. And what did do he totally changed. His way of thinking went out and sign every free agent they could find yep and then what are they have they have guys coming back from the covert reserve. That was that opted out last year. So they have those guys coming back as well as often salon and football bet. Best offensive line in football also last year. Let me just like lay this out for everyone. Okay and stay with me or they were two and one before cam missed week four with covert. Remember this right okay. Even though they only missed one game with an injury new england then lost their next four after that things did not go well for cam newton after he was copay. Okay that loss to by the way that too and one that one loss for cam before he got cova a five point loss in seattle to remember how this went down cam was stuffed on the final play of the game at the one yard line. I mean it could have easily swung the other direction and so the patriots fan base of course went nuts as as all of us. Because we couldn't believe this was happening to bill. Bella check but nonetheless new england than three no with winds would have been miami seattle in vegas. Okay seattle and vegas. I'm i'm sorry miami and seattle. Both one ten plus games last year. My point being this could have easily gone the other way for cam. Newton had he not lost that one game against seattle. And i know we're splitting. We'd all be high. But i'm just saying there are things to look at here in terms of the patriot and this is the only like tom brady. Effect on the salary. Cap is gone so what they did is they went on and they got the best weapons they had. So this is a deep team. Dave there basically essentially operating on having a rookie quarterback because candle making three point five million dollars and then you know that the rookies are slotted and he wasn't a top ten pick maximum. You think about the type of money that they're spending on on cam and they spending on mac and cheese that that allow them to go get jude on hunter henry because they essentially plan with a rookie quarterback even know camps rookie. He's getting paid like less than a rookie at three point. Five million dollars so now you look at the death of quality receivers. You'd think about too tight is and henry and john smith. You'd think about being able to make the trade back for baby huey you know who was arguably one of the best lineman game you know. They went out and got brown. Troy brown Tony brown troy brown from Back from from. Oakland oakland from From vegas from vegas bring him back to pair here to bring him back with is l. when you already know that guy mason andrews came back from the blood clocks so now they have one best offensive lines to great offense tight tight ends and a strong solid run game and then going out to get judaism pare back hightower. Everybody coming back after out. Of course they're going to be there. So i'm i'm definitely which with the patriots..

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"pat swilling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Extinguisher dry off Land's man in jail. Man who wasn't on fire is charged with a felony after ones into the fire. He was not on fire charged with a felony after police say he sprayed himself with a fire extinguisher in an attempt to dry himself. What police reported that the man Was in a parking garage Tuesday night with an extinguisher and covered in powder. Please say the man had been drinking, fell asleep and woke up went and he was trying to try himself off. Interfering with a firefighter equipment is a third degree felony. That's Florida Panhandle right there. Ah, I'm with your destined beach, Destin, Florida. You said it was a parking garage. Yeah. Fell asleep. I'm gonna go all Ohio. A man fell asleep in his name is David Man, Actually David Man even manage a man man parking garage at Florida State University in time passes as in Northern Florida. Good call Sylvie not to Panhandle. But northern floor right was saying close but very Florida E. Right there. All right. Hope everyone had a great New year's. The entire gang is back. The phone number to reach us is 3123323776 heads up to a listener too. I believe in the twitch Channel. Saying, Hey, take a look at Dan Witters Tweets, have you have you seen what? Dan tweeted here in the last 38 minutes? Is it Is it the fact that the Bears have not won in New Orleans since 1991 correct? So Dan tweeted, with the Bears and and Saints getting ready to play here Sunday at 3 40. Bears haven't wanted the Superdome since 1991 Tom Waddle caught the game winning touchdown pass from Jim Harbaugh early in the fourth quarter. Uh, I don't think it was early in the fourth quarter. I think it was that close to the end, wasn't it? Well, then I'm just reading the tweet. You tell us. You were there You were the guy who caught we sucked out loud for like 58 minutes. And then we drove down and actually beat them. I thought it was towards the end of the game. Like we were bad offensively that day. Most days. It was earlier in the year, right? I know this was the chicken game. Don't you remember the name of the year summary? No, they were eight. Know at the time. I believe seven or eight know at the time and we went down there. We snapped their winning streak, Right? Actually saw this game about eight months ago. We put it on way Had I had a Some of the videos out and my wife and I watched this game They were seven and one. Where we were No, the veins. I believe they were seven and know when we played them work. Are you looking at the record in the box Score act over 27th 1991. That's after the Bears beat them the right way. They were seven and Oh, it was, you know, going in there was this big commercial Like advertising campaign for checking, like every time they searching, that went right, But I asked these guys earlier. Do you know who the linebacker coach for that Saints team was with those great It was four linebackers. There was Von Johnson. Theres rate Ricky Jackson, Pat swilling Sam Mills. It was the best foursome of linebackers in a 34 defense. I think he could have ever put together and you're asking who the line back with linebackers coach was for that group. Chicago time. Bronco time. Vic Fangio. Oh, really want Vic Fangio? I believe amazing. What a coaching career. Could you imagine the phone calls we would get after Harbaugh puts up five for 22. I was off 61 yards. Intersection. Yeah, I took 22 until the final drive right words. And then we took it the length of the field and we we disrupted their undefeated season. Harbaugh was five of 22 wee one yard we were getting. We were just getting killed offensively and that came he ran for 24 yards. I think Wendell Davis had several good catches. On our way to the end zone for the go ahead touchdown into this year. One. Good catch. Really? For 27 yards. How many catches did he have on the day? This is one. No, I thought he had more than that. I'm looking at the stats right here. All right. Well, I must remember it incorrectly that Then I heard Danny. Bring this up that you know, the last time the Bears played a road of playoff game. That was we lost to San Francisco in 1994. When Dion Sanders asked me to officially retire because he was tired of covering me the you say Wendell Davis had a few receptions I thought he did. Harbor only had five completion. I thought on that final. How many did he have for the day? Who hardball had 55 for the day. Yes, it doesn't resonate. I don't know. A lot of stuff doesn't from when you really listen. It's true. That was how many years ago almost 30 years ago for crying out loud. I mean, what do you write? How old are you? What do you remember from 30? Years ago? Why was six? That's my boy. So that's my point. And, like waddle of dollar was getting his ass kicked, then too high to only had two receptions. 17 yards? Yeah. Don't be a jerk. He and I have to be a jerk. Always. We were six and two at that point. Yeah, we were 11 and six on 11 5 down the season. That was the Cowboys elimination, right? That is correct. You had a good great game then too, But here's another Tom Waddle tie, okay? So the last time the Bears played a road playoff game, you have to go all the way back to 1995 Look, Waddell said January 7th 1995 It's the 94 season. I believe lose New Year's Eve. You guys beat the Vikings to get to this game against the 40. Niners. Yes, I recovered an onside kick. You guys lost 44 to 15. Thank you. Yes, yes, 40 Niners and guess who the leading receiver for the Bears was in that game. In the 40 Niners game. The last road player why Tom Waddle had three targets and, of course, three completions. Because if you target time water, you're gonna hit the bull's eye. Three catches for 49 yards take that that led the Bears. Jeff Graham was only held to 33 yards that game. Well, Curtis Conway without 25 yards, and I think I was playing with like a needed was swollen decides my head and a bad hamstring. So a couple of last times here the last time the bears played the they want in New Orleans. Is that the staff that Wieder said Yes, 1991. That's I think that's what he's talking about. The Tom model had the game winning touchdown. And the last road playoff game that the Bears played in. Tom Waddell was the Bears leading receiver. Take that. Take that. That's three catches for 50 yards, fellas. I mean, like, that's that's a good average. Good afternoon, you Yeah. Listen, Do you realize like I was like, How many? How many yards per catch that I average of my, you 500.8. Sticking in your eye. I think you'd be e mean you would be maybe not totally surprised. But how many yards Paree. Like, Okay, How about this, You jerk in 1993? I had 44 catches for 552 yards average 12.6 yards per catch in 92..

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"pat swilling" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You do the moment you sponsor job on indeed you get a shortlist of quality candidates from our resume database indeed delivers two and a half times. More hires than the other brand jobsites combined according to breezy. Hr twenty nineteen visit indeed dot com slash credit. And seventy five dollars credit for your first job. Post terms and conditions apply. Fever is a leading symptom of the coronavirus. So take your temperature twice a day with the exergen temporal scanner. It's quick and easy to use at its. Accuracy is backed by more than eighty. clinical studies. Have your family start and end their day with the only home thermometer used and recommended by hospitals doctors and nurses your family can take their temperatures in second to know where they stand in the fight against covid nineteen protect your family from the spread of this deadly disease and stay safe with exegen dot at all said. Well what are we done faster Yesterday all the same like it said on monday or tuesday to da da. Da berthiaume these days. Nothing is normal. Everything is weird but you could still say big when you switch to progressive that won't change not to progressive dot com prescription. This is america's sports talk. Show sports byline. Usa here's ron bar. More senior is with us here on sports byline. We're talking about his opportunity to become a head coach in the national football league with the new orleans saints. The team was sold to tom. Benson in may of nineteen eighty five for seventy million dollars. And then jim started in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. But when you hear that seventy million dollars for an nfl franchise you have to shake your head and laugh a little bit. Don't you jim for now for sure. Nowadays i mean he got her heck of a bargain and that deal also for those people. That may not be familiar. With that time you spent the first off season remaking the saints roster You were convinced. Several players from the usfl to come down to new orleans and play for the saints. The imports included linebacker. Sam mills and vaughan johnson who went on to form the inside tandem of what was the legendary dome patrol linebacking core with veteran rickey jackson. Drafty pat swilling on the outside. You inherited quarterback bobby abeer and receiver. Eric martin from bump phillips and you drafted running back reuben maze and tackle jim dombrowski. Tell me what your philosophy was. Taking over that franchise that was in such bad shape when you took them over. Okay well you. You named the main reason why when there were three reasons why we we got good one when we got there. They had a good nucleus of of present saints players. That were just kind of they were in their second year. Third year fourth year. Fifth year like rickey. Jackson stan brock. People like that they were just as a group. They were right in the prime of their careers. You know just close to be the nucleus of a good football team and a winning football team so we have that going for us okay. But they hadn't they hadn't been winners. You know those guys been there five six years and they haven't been winners so you know they. They wanted to win and they were ready to do what it took to win. So so having a good nucleus of veteran players present saints when we got there was a big thing number two was we got good players some good players out of the us. You mentioned von johnson. You mentioned sam mills. We had a couple of other guys. Boy bobby did the us usfl see. He hadn't played for the sake. And i don't think pretty sure he came out of the. Usfl too so so we got we got those guys and then we had a really good draft. We drafted jim dombrowski in first round. We drafted dog hilliard. In the second round we had three third round picks one of them was pat swilling. Another one was rugen as all four. These guys started fours most of that first year in nineteen eighty six so you combine the veteran players that were there. The influx from the us fell and the the The the draft that we had we had the nucleus of what could be a pretty darn good. Football team didn't happen that first year. Although we had some good games we beat the niners. We shut out the rams at home about halfway through the season but then we have some some tough losses to. But i can't think it all came together in eighty seven when we won twelve games and and then we have some good success after that to let me. Let me interject something here. Because when i read about you in that second season and just so everybody knows seven and nine in your first season and then you lead the saints to twelve and three in eighty seven and i remember a conversation. I was having with bill walsh after the eighty two When they had gone to the super bowl the next year there was a strike shortened season of course and The forty niners missed the playoffs because they missed a field goal. Now i say that. Because i know that you had the same experience and you and bill were very similar as far as the intensity of the way you coached in the expectations you had and you you know you all missed a field goal against the forty niners a last second field goal after the game and that's when you Have the famous coulda woulda shoulda speech. Tell me a little bit about the frustration for a coach. That sort of circumstance. The thing i always loved about you and respected about you is yet. You were always honest. Every question i ever have asked you in your career whether it be in the nfl or college football. You always gave me an honest answer. So i knew that that speech was from the heart. Well it was a combination of the fact that and that was a strike. Here right we. We played two games. We were one and one with our with our guys and they went on strike. We had we had dude. Didn't play that first game the first week after the strike and there was no games and then we brought in replacement players and played three games with them. We want to lost one. But that whole and then all our veterans. Were you know they weren't there at that. Time was was was emotional. I mean it wasn't just like a normal football season it was emotional and and then our guys come back. Okay from our veteran guys are saints. Are normal saints players. Come back after that all happening and Were three and two and our first game back is at home against the forty niners and everybody knows it for that decade not just that year the forty niners were not the best team in the nfl. No question about it. And they're in our division forty nine our division and we. We drew my career there. We had we had some pretty good games with them. Most of the time they won but they were close and we competed against him but anyway so now our first game back with our veteran players and the strikes over and all that kind of stuff. We're playing the niners and we're tooth and nail at home and We missed a field goal. And and and morton didn't miss many of those morten andersen kicker At the end of the game and they ended.

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"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"These sports leader. no. Yeah. Greatest Christmas song of all time. That's right. I said it. Oh, after talking to you right here. It is time for number eight. All of Famer Steve Young Steve, What's up Funky cold Medina? Yeah. Wow. Wow. Going tone. Look well, it took my breath away. He's got a buzzer. Look of that moving on. Yeah, Let's do it. Let's just throw away. Don't take too much out of it. Okay, wait, we need but it stings. You were in the pocket when you throw it away, and it didn't get past the line of scrimmage. So, but you know what, Steve for the culture, I gotta throw a flag on you, My man. It's been 10 yards since it was a personal foul, extra spending disrespecting, pop. I'm sorry. All right couple of before going to the Niners and the Rams and the NFL in general couple. Christmas questions for you. I just found this out today that people actually pay people to put their lights up. And it cost a lot of money. I know you love somebody put your Yeah, but they have a curry. Obviously, I see the truck around town Christmas tree guys. They come in and about 20 minutes later, it's like bam! Yeah, they do a good job. You have somebody put your lights up, right? No. No, I brought that. Pull that palm tree. Yeah, I know the value of the palm tree. That's remember that's your all your round. That's our celebratory lights that when some have a visitor, someone's When comes over, we put on the solitary life. It's so good. You're around lighting. Yeah, Only one guy's gonna go up this 70 ft Palm tree. One time like it's not even about that is it? And then we'll see how you answer this. I might start asking all the guests is for a good Christmas gag gift. Is it okay to buy your mom? Lingerie? No, no. Okay, no. No, You can't touch that. No, I don't want to touch it. I just wanted to buy lingerie. I'm sorry, Steven. You quote more hip hop from back in the day. Wakeham room, Steve, bring hammer on up and touch this. Welcome, Steve. I was very happen our way to catch them all okay? Oh, uh, I brought this up a few times throughout the course of the week. And maybe I'm making too much of it. Uh, you'll let me know it felt to me like The way the 40 Niners played against the Rams. It wasn't pretty. It was gritty. It was Guddi. They found a way to win a football game. It's said to me, would they think Who's in the locker room and who's on that coaching staff, and that everyone is worth fighting for. You. I told you that locker room was gonna show up in that locker room is getting like they lost some guys. That's when you know you have your well coached team. That's how I tell you, No games like that when there's really no. You know, it's like, not a lot of momentum, right? You gotta come out of locker room and everybody. You know the Rams. Look who's coming out of locker over like, you know, we got these guys. You don't realize how they were put together and kind of that. Connective tissue they have in the locker room. That means something, and I agree with you, 100%. That win was a reflection of what they'd built last year and the year before it even the year before, when they really were terrible, and we talked about that year being they were tough out. They were they were, you know there you could see building even though they weren't winning many games that they were building that kind of, uh, that sense of the locker room that I really I sensed. And and you saw it when the Super Bowl year it was just that's what they were. They were led to the Super Bowl. Not half, but I mean, a lot of it was certainly talent, but a lot of it was that lock when they build that doesn't just disappear. As long as you haven't lost your culture, and that's you know, you knew this year that the and I think that's why the 40 Niners are gonna be tough out the rest of the year. We saw Russell Wilson win another game in prime time and the stats came across the board and I was watching with my kid. It was like an and Russell's got the best Monday night football win percentage. He's got the best. Win percentage in prime time spent second was this guy named Steve Young and my since I got dead, you know? Yes. Of Steve Young on. I'm like, I'm gonna ask him about that. So Steve, you didn't have it was a gaudy win percentage in prime time. It's like I think you want like 71 or 72% of those games. Did you do anything different in your preparation? Did you take those games? Like more seriously? Because then you knew the league was watching. What will have what can you explain the gaudy prime time record to think a lot of it was just Larry, I think that we had that expectation to be great. And that was we talked about it every year. Super Bowl or bust already want to talk about it? And it was. It was our culture. You know, it was inbred now for by then, 10 plus years. So the bigger games were the ones that really You know, they were the ones they're going to find you. You know, we had rank and file games. Got to get through No one. No one took a day off. No one ever look down on anybody with rarely Upbeat because we played down. I mean, I just wasn't our style. But we certainly played up whenever you know whenever there was a big game, and I was a part of our there's a part of who we were, so I don't know. I didn't I didn't even know that stand until that came up. Both kind of stats that you just don't keep track of your like no way really did that. Ana But but that was really reflection. I think of that hold kind of dynasty time. That's that was how that that's how how we rolled. You know, during that time Yeah, That's a long way of saying we were really good. And on Monday nights a lot when I was playing Well, I don't know what it was about Money Name it. Cherry would just go off on Monday nights because it was Monday. Now, I mean, it was money like my memory of Jerry Rice. Is Monday night. You know, like you just Yeah, Suddenly there was like, you know, catch of all the all the place so I don't know what it was. Maybe there's a little bit be honestly, there's almost something I'll play in the dark like nighttime. There's little different, so there's like you played 10 A.m.. Pacific time in New Orleans, with Pat Swilling and Ricky Jackson coming at you. That feels different playing Monday night at home against the Bears like it's just Yeah, and it was no Sunday night. So that was the only nationally televised game the only night game. It was the only chance for everybody in the lead to watch and other than Thursday. It's really still that way. I've been waiting for for good amount of time to ask you this question. What is your read on Josh Allen? He's got all the tools but manage still young and he could still do some stuff that make you go. Wow. I can't believe you made that throw and he's an actor, too. He can run and we known the Niners have had trouble with guys who can run a lot or even just a little bit. He had 66. Yeah, well, the last couple of years, I don't know. I mean, there was no 1 to 66 that came out that could run ever. Name. Um Nobody all the sudden, Justin Her. Herbert Carson Wentz. Him. Uh, Robiskie. These guys are all 66. The runner..

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"pat swilling" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"How similar he tried to place this Rams offense this year with the dolphins in this game, but golf was under pressure. This has been a couple of it's been it's been a weird stretch for golf in the last couple months after we started this season, but you say no name defense. I mean a manual ogba Shaq Lawson a couple of castoffs. I mean, they look like Pat swilling and Ricky Jackson from the early nineties don't control for the state's coming off. The edge was they were getting after Jericho, especially in the first half forcing their those turnovers and I mean like the Dolphins at 145 yards of total offense and they won the game Bike handling. It was never really in question wage. It felt like so credits that Dolphins defense. They are by the way in play in the AFC East in despite to yeah. Absolutely. Right? I mean they're they're basically a game back in the loss column you God is at 6 and 2 and the fins at 4 and 3 right now. So, you know this this will be interesting down the stretch but it did kind of feel like there was a different energy about the Dolphins team with mm. I don't I don't know if that's a tangible thing or not, but man they played well, yeah, I mean look, I think there is something to that. I know people say, oh you don't count quarterback wins, but there is something to kind of get a little juice in Allentown p and that's what to mm brings. But look they didn't really need him in this game. They haven't really exactly figured out exactly how to use him yet in the proper way my opinion after just watching this tape. It needs to be more long as they moved him around a little bit but need to do that more. He didn't get comfortable and I think with our po game Buck, I think that's what kind of gets to it into a nice little rhythm. And so you saw a missed some layups in this game. I'm not used to seeing him Miss and just never really got comfortable. Let's give the Rams and their defense him credit for that as well. But hopefully going forward you're going to see Changi get a better feel for how to use his Young quarterback. Yeah, I agree with you Jay. He didn't get into a rhythm. They do need to add some of the rpos but also believe this has been a year since he's played in a game. He didn't play in a preseason game the bullets fly a lot faster and games and practice. I think we'll see him get better and better each week. But so sorry for him. Great win for the Dolphins though. All right. Absolutely. All right. What's what's number six here? When you got a number six the Ravens home a little short on MVP magic empty sex shotgun snap 36 time for Lamar Jackson intercepted running down the field. That is Robert's bulb for a pixel quickly into this football game. So look, you know, I mentioned short on MVP magic didn't know Hocus Pocus about this. You can't turn the ball over four times against a team like dog. He Pittsburgh Steelers. Now the lone remaining undefeated team seven and oh right now to games ahead of the Ravens the top the AFC North at this point. So look on Gameday highlight our game day live off highlights. We kept showing Lamar's miscues the two interceptions his first career pick-six to open the game. Another pink called back to two fumbles, even though the last one didn't really matter. But the issue for me is like their past game is just off. If you're taking away Mark Andrews, what else is there in the past? And now I look I know they ran it for 265 yards and that's great against a really good Pittsburgh Steelers defense. That's not to say they put up over four hundred total yards, but man like where's the big play that Dynamic threat from Marquis Brown drafted him in the first round of be a home run hitter and outside of his debut off the NFL week one last year. I mean, we have rarely seen it. They just can't find a way to consistently get him the ball. He had a tweet they deleted that said like hey, what's you know, what's going on here. Eventually, like, you know, we've got some of these resources that we're not using them kind of raising both hands. Like hey, I'm over here. Remember me Ravens defense was dominant in this game, but it didn't matter because the the overs and the lack of big plays from Lamar Jackson and this offense Lamar rants sixteen times, but only for like sixty yards. He runs at 4:16 and they run as a team for over 2 65. I'm thinking he's off 100 didn't see, you know, it is interesting about this Baltimore Ravens offense, right? Because you point out that the more Jackson ran the ball is 16 times. I would say that part of the reason why the other guys were successful is because he ought to be yeah, we'll say this he has to be better when it comes to the traditional drop-back passing game. But Lamar Jackson to me is very similar to Jerry golf when you get both of these guys into a drop-back passing game, they don't fare as well. When you allow them to throw off play-action. That's when they're at their best and I think it's important for Greg Roman to understand who age Coaching at the quarterback position. They need to get away from the spread stuff. Bring it back into the phone booth the heavy tight-end sets because that is really when they generated their explosive plays in the passing game a year ago. I know ask you to want to do all of this other stuff and evolve his game but I think sometimes you need to take them or where he is and keep him where he is and let him be the best at that as opposed to trying to stretch his game a little bit off while I thought it was interesting looking at it how much his own coverage you're seeing and even when they're in man, they're in off-man. So you have all every Defender you've so you've got 11 Defenders, you've got all those thighs on the quarterback and being able to see and be able to drive on the football and make plays. So I looked up the numbers said our buddy Bill Smith. Give me the numbers here cuz I was curious are they seeing more Zone coverage this year last year on Prestige dropbacks between the twenties so they don't do this inside the Red Zone, but between the twenty 61% last year, he saw his own coverage this year. It's at 67 last year, you know eleven touchdowns birth. I've picks against don't coverage this year three touchdowns three picks. So the completion percentage drops four points from 69 to 65. So you're seeing teams and I think that's a little bit of the game plan. It's kind of similar to what we're talking about dealing with Mahomes, but for different reasons with Mahomes and see what you want to play zone coverage keep the ball in front of you and limit the big plays with Lamar. I think the feeling is that we're going to make him sort of a lot of bodies in the back end to be able to fit balls and tight windows and the accuracy is not you know at the level of which it needs to be and if you look at his overall stats this year sax our way up because it's holding the ball trying to find open a Dos completion percentage is way down and turnovers are up. So all those things point to me of Team saying, okay, we're going to give you some of this run game which they did when you run the ball with that many yards. They're almost concealed a little bit of that and saying but some point time you're going to have to throw through a lot of bodies and they got their hands on a couple of football's there could have been a couple more as well. So, I mean that to me seems to be the formula buck that you're going to see going forward wage. This team is funny DJ because you brought it up about Lamar Jackson teams are using the same formula to frustrate Josh Allen. It is something that you want these athletic quarterbacks to be able to do we understand life can be this with your legs. But are you good enough to beat us with your arm when you have to throw timing touching anticipation routes Lamar Jackson has struggled and we've also seen Josh Allen. It is something to keep as long as we get down the stress to see how teams are defending these top quarterbacks where these playoff team in D J real quickly. Just a hammer home your point on the drop-off versus Zone coverage and some of those numbers if it's not huge right? It's not like a glaring drop-off mudding games like this against competition like this like the Steelers and like competition you'll see in the playoffs when the games were so tight that does make a difference and I think we've seen that in some of these big games of the Ravens of play. Well consider this last nugget here and this is again from our buddy here Bill Smith. Sent me this one Lamar Jackson and 27 career regular season starts at twenty-seven starts not counting the Steelers 15 interceptions to start versus the Steelers game seven interceptions. So if you're the Ravens now, you know, the Chiefs have kind of been your bugaboo in the postseason. Now, you're starting to see the Steelers and their familiarity with this offense starting to build kind of a book here. Trying defend Lamar Jackson. That's why it's a little bit scary for the Ravens you think about those are two teams. You're absolutely going to have to get through to get to the Superbowl and they seem to at least a little bit be figuring out this offense more so than the rest of the NFL. All right. Let's keep this going here with takeaway number seven. And that is a New England Patriots are on.

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"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of the offense for Georgia Tech and came all the way to midfield right between the hashes and punched out that football as it was a quick release to buy Jeff Jeff Simms. Simms in the shotgun drops back three steps sets up sand in the pocket throws deep down the middle, and the ball is caught it at the 20 yard line going down right after he called ball. Jalen Cam caught it between the hash marks a perfect post pass from Simms. Jana 39 Jeff since had all day to throw the football, surveyed the field and then threw an upfield, shoulder throw and absolutely dropping the bread in the basket to Jalen Camp. First down and 10, now ball middle of the field from the Notre Dame 22 penalty. Carter's number 75 yard penalty first down. Now to be first in 15 from the fighting Irish 27 turnover here again. We mentioned it earlier in the first half 18 turnovers by Georgia Tech. They've yet to turn the ball over once, but now is your name is for the first time all game near their red zone. They want to get a stop here. 39 Yard pass from Sims to campus. He floated that post round to him. By far the biggest play. They've had the passing game. All afternoon. Now it's first down in 15 from the Notre Dame 27. Simms from the shotgun drops back bullets on the ground name. Taylor Hayes came in and knock the ball loose. Myron almost pounced on it. No name. As the football. Oh, the defense comes through what? We're just asking for that, Colonel. What a time for a turnover. Daylan. Hayes throws the rip move, throwing his right shoulder down to the hip of the right tackle for Georgia Tech, then came around and got to Jeff Simms knocked out the football. Myron took my little most was still in the pass rush. He saw the ball and realized he couldn't disengage, spun back over his right shoulder towards the defense. And then fell on the football. Excellent play Dalen Hayes. It could not have come at a better time in the game. George. It's sex Negative 11 in the turnover game in losing for the last five games, now Notre Dame 1st and 10 on their own 35 moving right to left book in the shotgun, hands off inside the Chiron Williams and he's tackled writers. He got to the line of scrimmage, trying to run it up the middle got to the 35 games. One Ring up second down nine, and that was about the fifth time Now I've seen the quarterback read option Indian books, handing it off, but there's absolutely no one covering him on that play. I anticipate him running sometime. Hear the third quarter guy Ron Williams. 10 carries 55 yards so far back of the shotgun, second down nine. Here comes the blitz. They run with Williams on the left side across the 35 to the 40. Hard finished. There's he is pushed out of bounds at the 42 yard line by trace, willing the cornerback. Yes, his father was, or is Pat swilling former all American here? Georgia Tech. That's a gain of six down situation coming up here now for down and four yards for the Irish. They were terrific in this spot in the first half, converting six out of eight times. We're moving right to left here in this third quarter. The ball's on the near hash Kyron Williams remains that sail back behind the books. 12 30 18 County left in the third quarter. Notre Dame leads Georgia Tech 17 7 Look drops back to pass stands in the pocket now runs across the 40 45 will have the first out of in some across the 50 inside of Georgia Tech territory and runs out of bounds on the far side of the field at the 45 yard line, why receiver Ben Saronic adding another 10 yards to the Rome with a block downfield book had sometime you got an inside, rushed by Liam Liam Aiken. Bird kind of felt some pressure..

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"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"So, Larry, you wondered aloud where Niners. Seahawks rivalry wise, Where does that rank for the Niners? Obviously with the history with cowboys. Floor it into the mix. I'm going totally Just see the floor to you because I I just feel like it's conversation that I should listen to then be involved in. However, I do want to throw out. One team. And it is not the Rams because the Rams diners is a rivalry only in the sense that they played each other forever and There now. Geographically close. You know, with the exception of when they were the Rams were in Seattle, you can't count the Bears because all the Niners do is beat the Bears in the playoffs. My memory serves me correctly. But I want to throw out one team. Where do you put the New York Giants? In that nine arrival remix. They're right there with the with Washington. You know, Washington also was a dominant team in the eighties. Niners had some, you know, lost the NFC title games to Washington in 83. I think that you know on some bad calls that probably fueled them partly in 84. I think Washington the Giants that have kind of the same Really, Sam. Really? Yeah, because the miners have history with both those NFC East teams. The Giants man giants. There are maybe a little worse because what they did to your quarterback. Your quarterback, But I I would say you know what? I'm trying to get you up, and I'm trying to get you going down. It was all about. He was all about the Rams. You know, we'll beat the Rams. Yeah, because the Niners and Cowboys You know, I have got it on in the early seventies. So's definitely Niners Cowboys, but but it was Ram's were the divisional opponent. You didn't see the Cowboys every year and Ah, so it was like, Yeah. I mean, it was Niners Rams and and then you know that those were big games and In the 80 81 when the Niners beat the Rams, But, yeah, Niners cowboys right was probably were to Seattle go from the sea to the NFC. Man. I don't remember. Um, because that's obviously when the Niner Seahawk rivalry was born in in reality and was like 99 2000. So when it went, when did they go to the Super Bowl against the Steelers. I mean, I could look so ball. I'm asking the question because that was Super Bowl. 35, wasn't it? I think I was Super Bowl 35. And they were they were in the NFC by then. So that was in 2000. I forget exactly when it was 2001 thank you to him. It was a long time ago. But it wasn't that long ago when it's you know, 19 years to be exact looking me doing math on the fly. Pandora. Take rope of that in that time, but there used to be Seattle Raiders. They he's a big one. Seattle Raiders, I'll give you one that I did. That I find More recent and a rivalry for the Niners. The Packers The Packers had some epic playoff games against the Niners, and you had the Teo throw. You had Kaepernick's performance against the Packers last year. Yeah, but that's been that's been together. That's been kind of a good one to really we're talking about is like The best teams against the best teams is really what Ah Would start rivalries. Those your best robberies have always said you have geographical robberies. And then you have rivalries that are for something that one teams in the way of another team getting to the ultimate ultimate goal and in the best case scenario. You have both of them like the Ravens and the Steelers and the Seahawks and the 40, Niners and Duke in Carolina. And look, I mean, like Louisville, Kentucky, basketball is great. Very different conferences, so it's still fun, because how much they hate each other. That's the that's the hate part of. It's kind of amusing to me, but but it's still You're gonna have to meet the and the from the incidentally tournament over and over again for it to be just like epic, But that's ultimately what like Carolina and Duke do is they meet each other to try to win the CC. Get better seating, so it's different Cause college grad school allows so many teams in their playoffs, but that's what you get, like one yet. L s U Alabama, both in the same conference boat trying to get a bid to the playoffs. Ah, and we usually one gets it. Maybe one dozen. Sometimes they both get it. But I mean, those are the best those of best when their geographical and They play every year. Like you know, they're going to play and they're they're in each other's way. That's those of those The best ones. Let me throw one in for the Niners that I just thought about. When you taught me brought up Green Bay. Kind of low key but Niner fans. You know what I'm talking about? The Saints. How many epic games of the Niners played against the state's playoffs and regular season going back as you know, as recently as last travels, But, yeah, I was just about to bring it up in the eighties, man. We've heard Steve talk about it. Having to deal with that. Don't patrol seven Rick Jackson, and that's what Turnbull these guys coming off the edge. What did Steve say last week that's willing and Pat swilling Jackson and Jackson were lined up at a 45 degree angle and pointed Steve, as if to say we're going to meet at that guy. It's for a team in the gate is the channel Wass, You know, team in the late eighties that should not be forgotten because they were fierce on our good buddy Keith Malard is a berry guy and listens a lot. You can be our Keith. If you're out there, shout out to you. Malard and Dolman in those Vikings in the eighties, knocked the Niners often 87. The Niners had to con climbed that mountain, Bubba had to beat Doman. They had to figure out a way to to beat to neutralize that incredible Viking defense. On and I think it was like what? It was 80 80 87. They lost 88 89 think all three of those years. I think there's John Randall on those teams. This is Mrs Henry Thomas. I think maybe okra Henry Thomas more Lord Dolman. Just vote milord and Dolman at that master Mass, just, you know, as good a tackle and combination as their waas mean, those guys were playing at a really high level. All right. Kyle Shanahan, Niners head coach joining us shortly. Larry's got have passed headlines next here on the Sports League on.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Jim More senior is with us here on sports byline. We're talking about his opportunity to become a head coach in the national football league with the New Orleans Saints the team was sold a Tom Benson in May of nineteen, eighty, five for seventy million dollars, and then Jim started in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty six, but when you hear that seventy million dollars for an NFL franchise, you have to shake your head and laugh a little bit. Don't you Jim? For, now for sure nowadays, he got a heck of a bargain and that deal. Also for those people that may not be familiar with that time you spent the first off season remaking the Saints Roster You were convinced. Several players from the USFL to come down to New Orleans and play for the saints imports included Linebacker Sam, mills and Vaughan Johnson who went on to form the inside tandem of what was the legendary Dome, patrol linebacking core with veteran Rickey Jackson and drafty pat swilling on the outside. You inherited quarterback Bobby, Abeer and receiver Eric Martin from bump. Phillips and you drafted running back Reuben. Maze and tackle Jim Dombrowski. Tell me what your philosophy was taking over that franchise that was in such bad shape when you took him over. Okay, well, you, you named. The main reason why when when there were three reasons why we we got good one when we there, they had a good nucleus, a of present saints players that were just kind of they were in their second year third year fourth year fifth year like Rickey Jackson a Stan Brock people like that they were just as a group. They were right in the prime of their careers. You know just close. Close to to be the nucleus of of a good football team and a winning football team, so we we have that going for okay, but they hadn't. They hadn't been winners. You know those guys been there five six years and they haven't been winter, so you know they. They wanted to win and they were ready to do what it took to win so so having a good nucleus of veteran players. Present Saints when we got. There was a big thing number two. Was We got good players, some good players out of the US value mentioned von Johnson. You mentioned Sam Mills we had A. There was a couple of other guys boy, bobby. There have been in the US. If they'll see, he hasn't played for the saints. And I don't think pretty sure. He came out of the USFL, too, so so we got, we got those guys, and and then we had a really good draft. We drafted Jim Browsing in the first round. We grafted Dalton Hilliard. In the second round we had three third round picks. One of them was pat swilling. Another one was Reuben made all four. These guys started fours most. Most of that first year in nineteen eighty six, so you combine the veteran players that were there. The influx from the US fell and the the The the draft that we had we had the nucleus of what could be a pretty darn good football team. Now didn't happen that first year. Although we had some good games, we beat the niners. We shut out the rams. Rams at home about halfway through the season, but then we had some some tough losses to, but I think it all came together in eighty seven when we won twelve games, and and then we had some good success after that to let me let me interject something here, because when i read about you in that second season, and just so everybody knows seven and nine in. In your first season, and then you lead the saints to twelve and three in eighty seven and I remember a conversation. I was having with Bill Walsh after the eighty two when they had gone to the super bowl the next year there was the strike shortened season of course, and the forty niners missed the playoffs because they missed field goal. Now I say that because. I know that you had the same burying. And you and bill were very similar as far as the intensity of the way you coached and expectations you had and you. You know you all missed a field goal against the forty niners a last second field goal after the game, and that's when you have the famous. COULDA WOULDA Shoulda speech. Tell me a little. Little bit about the frustration for a coach. That sort of circumstance, the thing I always loved about you and and respected about you is you? You were always honest every question. I ever have asked you in your career whether it be in the NFL or college football. You always gave me an honest answer so I knew that that speech was from the heart. Well. It was a combination of the fact. that. And that was a strike here right now. We we played two games. We were one and one with our with our guys. And then they went on strike we had we had dude didn't play that first game the first week after the strike and there was no games, and then we brought in two replacement players and played three games with them. We want to and lost one but that whole. And then all our veterans were you know weren't there at that time was was was emotional. I mean it wasn't just like a normal football season. It was emotional, and then our guys come back okay from our veteran. Guys are Saito were normal saints players come back after that all happening and we're three and two and our first game back is at home against the forty niners, and and everybody knows it for that decade, not just that year. The forty niners we're. Not The best game in the NFL. No question about it and they're in our division forty nine, our division, and we we. Drew, my career there we had. We had some pretty good games with the most of the time they won, but they were close, and we competed against them, but anyway. So now our first gave back with our veteran players, and the strikes over and all that kind of stuff. We're playing the niners and we're buoyed tooth and nail. At Home! And we missed a field goal and and and Morton didn't miss. Many of those morten Andersen kicker. at the end of the game and they ended up winning I. Think It was twenty four to twenty two, so yes, that's right. Is that right? Yeah I remember that one, twenty, four, twenty, two and yeah I mean I? I felt like we had a chance to win that thing and that we were good enough to beat the best team and the NFL. If we just find out winning deal, you know going for us and So I, I was emotional and I. You know that wasn't the last time for the first time I was emotional going in after a game, but yeah I did. I said. You know we're tired of being. Close tired of being if only tired of being, we should ever we could ever we're. We gotta get the job though we got. We got a win. The Dan game. That's what's important and I didn't tell the team that I told the. Press in my and my press conference is when I said. But we came back out. The next. You know after that we one nine straight games, but I'd say was key. We came back after that now we're three and three just lost to the niners. We have three straight are three straight division games, not necessarily in this order rams. Falcons was the first game because we crush them. Falcons, Rams and niners are three division teams all on the road. Those are next three games. After that loss to the forty niners, and we beat all three of them, we went out to forty San Francisco beat them. We beat the rams. We crushed the Falcons thirty eight nothing I think it was after after we came back after we're losing that forty niner game and that got us going, and we won nine in a row and we. We still can win the division, though because of the forty niners yeah I know that Bill said to me as we were walking across the field after his Tuesday press conference. Just he and I and he said they can't even kick a damn feel, so he felt the same way you did, but I've got to share with you another story. There was a game against the. The forty niners in which the forty niners were up in the fourth quarter, and it was pretty late in the fourth quarter I was down there covering the game and you guys came back and you won that game and Eddy Debartolo. WHO's a dear friend of mine gets down into the locker room before the team comes in off the field and he destroyed a soft. Soft drink machine that was in the locker room, just droid Jim and so anyway the players come in, and they see this destroyed soft drink machine, and each quietly goes to their cubicle. The last one in to the room was Ronnie Lott and he looked at the machine, looked over at Eddie looked back to the scene and said what happened. You didn't have correct change. I. Never heard that story before a good one I was in the locker room and I witnessed and I didn't WanNA laugh because you're providing the because you know Eddie was a very very emotional owner..

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"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:29 min | 3 years ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yes. Playing looks good on you. Let me put it that way. I love that. That's nice priceless to. Good. Yeah. Tumor faust. We're back here. On the hundred flagship Morton, and we watched all those years when you're with the saints against the forty Niners. In fact, I want to start with a memory because when I think of you. Yeah. Bonnie Jo said twenty-five years hall of fame. But I think about that day in New Orleans. I want to say it was September of ninety three five seconds left. You had a forty nine yarder. Right. Am I am? I correct hash. We we beat you guys. Read the Niners on the forty nine yard left. Hashem wasn't that like considered at the time? One of the biggest as I recalled in the times picayune, call it the care. Can it was like supposed to be the changing of the guard in the NFC west, right? We did have some great battles with the Niners. Not only with Montana and rice. Of course, also Steve Young later on when I was playing for the falcons, the Niners usually got the better of us. You guys were rolling. But we we played you. Well, we had really good defense. If you remember the four linebackers we had don't patrol Rickey Jackson Sam mills mon- Johnson and Pat swilling, and then we had a really Bobby was a quarterback. We ran the ball in turn it over and we would feel goal people to death. We would we would win twelve to nine fifteen. Two two seven. We we didn't score on a points. But we wouldn't let people score. And those were the battles. We had with the Niners. I remember candlestick. What a place man with fog rolled in. Well, how about how about a wind place to to kick ass really tough place because it's world. It was hard to figure it out. And it was it would be blistering cold, if we played there late in the year, you know, but it was awesome. It was just awesome to be there. What you spent from eighty two to two thousand saints and falcons right in by ninety five the falcons wearing the Georgia Dome. Right. Yes. So you didn't kick outdoors for a living until you got to the New York Giants and then the Kansas City Chiefs. So after doing that for almost twenty years indoors were you like, oh, I gotta get indoors. Man. You look at my numbers, my numbers of better outdoors and indoors. So. I know that I had to label of being a dome kicker, but remember we we went on the road. We're playing outside. In New England, and Chicago and San Francisco San Francisco and the old Rams down in Orange County. So. I played plenty of games outside and I enjoyed it. And I just never thought about indoors outdoors. I aimed for the middle guys changes. I'm going to play golf today. And I think I'm going to actually use the angle use the Morten. Andersen theory aim for the middle middle. Never changes. Let me ask you though, of course, about you said kicking in the domain versus kicking outside. He embodied you'll ask you about Cody parkey. Well, the other kicker in the playoffs was the guy who made it. And that's Greg's line of the Rams, and he did it in your building in the New Orleans Saints dome, and he made the forty eight yard or to go to overtime. And then the fifty seven yarder to win Morton, I gotta think in the kicking pantheon to make one to four so OT and then one to win given that you yourself made a kick to put a team in the Super Bowl the ninety eight falcons the famous kick you made to beat the Vikings for you is what zero line did last Sunday about. Under pressure under under great duress to be able to end the call time out, and he was out there for a while. And then the one he makes to get it into overtime. That's a huge kick. That was no chip shot. And then the one you'd banged the fifty seven hit the net is good from sixty three. I mean, he nailed it. So kudos to him big moment defining moment for him. And he may be asked to do that again on Sunday. Right. And it's really nice to have had an NFC championship game. Like he did would that can resume and take that with you into Atlanta. That's nice to have. I'll say talk about mental game. Right. Morton did you time? Now when you started in eighty four at Michigan state. I don't recall was the practice of icing, the kicker going on that or did that ha- that's evolved. Only in the last ten or twenty years, right? Yeah. You weren't able to back in the day. Call timeout right before the snap. That was not allowed that that has changed a little bit. My whole feeling about that you can ice ice guys. You can't is is okay. The middle is gonna give me extra time to find that drunk in the stands for you know, what I mean? You obviously were born with the DNA to handle the pressure man, by the way, so growing up Denmark, obviously, I would imagine soccer was the right? It was. So how did that? When did you finally say, I'm going to go try that pigskin thing in the states? I had no no idea that I was going to fall into that sport. At all. I was supposed to be an exchange student in high school, my senior year for for ten months and go back home. But I started I walked on the high school team. They needed a kicker. They didn't have a soccer team. So by necessity. I said why I wanna play sports don't know if I can do what you're asking me to do the ball's not around. I looked at it. And I said, well, let me see if I can get a flying in the air and trial and error, man. I I started pumping ball through the air and right through the pipes. And I was there new kicker and then Michigan state came calling all the schools came calling. And the next thing I knew I had a four year scholarship to Michigan state called my mom and said mom, I think I'm gonna stay another. Four years firms, not happy happy Morton, you mean? I think I'm gonna stay another forty years and counting right now guys seriously. Believable. Right. I mean, and it was all now what was the exchange program? It was just a standard student understanding. Yeah. You know, you apply and I had three states. I wanted to go to you can apply. You're not guaranteed. You end up. There was California. Boy, will you boys? Right. Oh, yeah. Colorado and Idaho. I just looked at a map and said all these look interesting and different than Denmark, and I ended up in Indiana. So, you know, Indiana, it's pretty much like Denmark rolling hills cold. Yeah. Good stuff. Do you ever get back to Europe and has have your exploits resonated in your home country Denmark? Yes, I actually have a street. Call the Morten Andersen. Pass. Wisconsin. Six sigma kind of talks about my journey, and it's not a street or road or boulevard a passage because that was kind of the the whole journey. It's much better than a straight me too. I like passage to. Pass it. You know, actually Morton I spent some time going to Ireland, and I have seen in the last twenty five years their awareness of the NFL has grown exponentially doesn't even begin to describe it. I was in a public Christmas time and w four guys in their twenties whipping out their smartphones to show me, they're fantasy football rosters to ask my opinion. I love it. I was like guys because I'd been there in eighty eight eighty nine those guys didn't even know they didn't know who Joe Montana was you know, what I mean? So it's grown and the four games in London help you have four regular season game. Now is games in in Wembley. So that brings the awareness over there. And it's a great sport. And it's it's worldwide guys. It is buddy. Joe what's Morton got going today. Born to talk about the certified Angus beef that brought some protein for you, and it's sort of Angus beef. They. They had ten specifications. To be the standard bearer in in in that industry and evanger Holyfield here today. We're proud to represent certified Angus beef, you can find many recipes including the one that I designed for this week on certified Angus, beef dot com and and hashtag certified Angus beef. So we're we're thrilled to be here. Enjoy the protein and thanks for having me. Hey, any teaser on what the Morten what's the Morten specialty? Give me a little teaser on the recipe. It's a it's a tenderloin with bananas. And we got some spring veggies. And it's nice, man. It's really good. Okay. We were here, man. Hey, man. Remember? One thousand nine hundred to European soccer champions. We are read. We are white. We are. Martin head on out. George kendall. Thanks, Bonnie jail. George kendall. Talking skittles next traffic.

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"pat swilling" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

14:03 min | 3 years ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Eight five five two two four CBS eight five five two one two four C B S, and I told them during the break, I actually got the WWE network for they had an offer. I couldn't pass ninety nine cents for every month for like, two months. I said the hell with it to get in the boys will eventually like wrestling, and I'd take a trip down memory lane, baby. And I had to watch the ninety two Royal rumble. There's Rick flair number three in Bobby the brain heat in the late. Great, Bobby, the brain Heenan gorilla monsoon, nobody nobody. And I love JR. I loved you as a person as an analyst as a play by play guy. I love Jim Ross love him dearly. Nobody was better than gorilla monsoon. I'm sorry. No one painted the picture better than gorilla. You go back to wrestlemainia three ninety two thousand on their feet the roof for the silver Silverdome to explode here as hawk HOGAN came out to take on Andre the giant to defend the W W F world's heavyweight championship. Nothing better. And then when Rick flair comes at number three after Ted DBS's eliminated with sid. Sessional Sherry looking great as she's ever looked God rest, her soul and teddy be he's walking up and the buzzer goes off. And here comes Rick flair with Mr. perfect in tow and the cameras zoomed on RIC flair and the crowd. You can feel the electricity in here. He is the nature boy his debut in a WWF and here he is to claim the world's heavyweight championship. I mean, what a what a what a show what a shell. So this weekend is the real rumble. Everybody's asking me. I don't watch much contemporary wrestling. I tell you all every day. I tell you every time. So I looked at some of the sports books out there. They do have gambling on it some way somehow again on the end Iraqi, but whatever. I'll take Kenny omega plus two thousand. There we go eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two two four two two seven. Now. I was going to get to the Carson Wentz stuff. But what the hell, Tom? These calls are outrageous people wanna talk. They wanna talk about the saints. Call. Leave it to you. I mean, gosh, I just wanted some diatribe got my stuff in about. Ric flair. So I guess we'll just talk to you guys about the saints real quick. So you know, my stance on it. I sympathize with states with saints fans, we've had some people who haven't I do you only get certain opportunities here and for the American sports fan. I just brought up. Rick flair to me is one of the greatest entertainers in American history. I mean that for the regular person, we're not talking high society. We're not talking yoyo Maha. We're not talking the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra. We're not talking that. But for the regular fan out there for the regular person in America. Rick flair in the three hundred years of American history is one of the greatest entertainers in American history and for people out there, they love professional wrestling. And that's the thing that those people like, and there are people who. Yes, believe it's real there's people out there who who who definitely love everything about it the embodiment of it. It's just so cool. And the reason I do like the history of it is that it's America. It's big things popping off its fireworks. It's the spectacle. It's what it's part of what makes the country. Great. It really is no matter what we got going on. No matter what the problems that. We may have it's part of what makes the country fantastic and fun. Wrestling fans, really dig it. And they really love it. And there are fans out there that for whatever reason it might be. And this what makes football special is that for them and their family. It's a shared experience baseball. We get so nostalgic about baseball. It's the national pastime, and you have usually a personal relationship with someone about baseball. Usually, it's fathers and sons I remember my first Indians game as long as I live. I was five years old. I was sitting down the third base line. It was my late uncle my father. I got a foot long hot dog Albert bell hit the first ever home run. I ever saw the left centerfield fence at Cleveland municipal stadium. And the Indians won thirteen nine over the Texas Rangers. I'll never forget it. It's a personal relationship with your father in you or your mother and your grandpa or something like that. Basketball can be the same thing can be a little bit different. I think a lot of the history and how we feel is over the last couple of generations with basketball. It's not as old as baseball even football, especially with college football. But but but the NFL the NFL's gathering it's easier together it's once a week. And really it's it's ten times a year. So it's very special because the reason you're a sports fan. Is it just because you like the saints, and you like their colors or you like the player, you didn't just like Pat swilling, and that's the end of it. You had a family member who was involved you have family members who were involved, it's a gathering you get together. It's the same reason on serious about this. It's the same reason. We celebrate thanksgiving and Christmas and Easter I'm not saying football's a religion, I'm not trying to be crazy about what importing out is that we gathered for it. We share our days, we share our lives together, we share stories together. We have other things that happened during the game that we remember forever forever. Whether it be an uncle who got to loaded, whether it be an aunt who got mad at that. Uncle grandpa sitting in his chair, and he has to sit in that chair. And there's a reason for it, whatever it may be there's a part of our personal history. That's in there. So for a saints fan to be upset. I can't tell that saints. But hey, get over it can't do it because the saints history. Hey, I know that that drew Brees. Been there for a long time, and they've been playing very well for a long time for the most part a very long time. But that history before has been not kind or hardcore saints fan, and you never know what's going to happen in the future. So these trips deep into the playoffs. They can create heroes people. We loved characters that we love for generations because they're part of our favorite memories. But they can also create heartache into experience a championship to experience fun. It's not just being able to hoist the trophy, you feel like you're a part of it. That's the beauty of American sport. Whether it be pro, whether it be college, whatever you feel a connection as a community, it is a civic pride. So when that happens like it happened last Sunday. And yes, drew Brees threw a pick afterwards. They could have made a stop. They could've played bet. They could've taken advantage of the opportunities that were handed to them in the first quarter could have done all that they didn't and they lost. And you might still be able to say fair and square, but people saw that call. They thought that call was ridiculous. I thought that call was ridiculous. And if you really want it fixed my stance is put their jobs online more replay. You're probably gonna lead to more problems and a good coach will be able to job the system if it comes to pass interference because I'll wait on ez pass interference calls it until actually counts in the fourth quarter. If I'm down six, and it's before the final two minutes where I'm still in control of my timeouts, and I'm still in control of my challenge. Like, you're telling me I can challenge pass interference. And I'm only down at touch now. Thank you very much. We just took the lead. And you don't even know it. Because that'll happen week one eight five five two one two four CBS. Let's get to you. Larry in South Carolina. You've been more most patient your first up on CBS sports radio. Go ahead. Larry. Larry Larry, wasn't that patient, Gregory and Tennessee, are you there? How's it going Louis? Gregory let her ride baby it's going. Well, okay. I'm gonna say first off disclosure. I am not a saints fan. And I will hand down give the rest credit forgetting what I would say over ninety five percent of the calls. Correct. And especially you know, with the bang bang happening fast. They don't have the luxury of instant replay was seven hundred different angles and slow motion. And and all the three sixty stuff that we have watching TV. It's amazing the job they do. But that said I'm going to disagree with your partner there earlier who said, you know, the Saint Louis by not being able to close out and not being able to do it in overtime. Never would. I believe like for example, the patriots game where the back judge called the roughing the passer blow to the head when he was totally out of position to make the call. I thought it was a bad call, but I'm not gonna say that that call. Absolutely determined the outcome of the game because they're willing to way too much time in the game. And who knows they go for it on fourth and Brady does his magic. And they keep on and they still score. And the game goes the same way it went. But in the saints game. I mean, it's it's undeniable that he had made that call it would been first and ten at what like the three or something like that. Yeah. I go the three minute forty five left Rams only had one time out left. So even if they call that time out saints can still run off eighty seconds off the game clock. And then they're stuck with the ball down there on the three with like fifteen seconds left over that. Yeah. That call did determine that game's outcome in Gregory. You're going off of what Thompson, I I agree with you. Because it just because in the end they did afterwards. They they could regroup. They could have got their job done and still could have won. They still gonna win that game. Their failure to do their job though. Still does not make it okay? For the failure of the referees to do their job. And they didn't do their job. And I'm not going to call them for that guy to be fired. Because who knows maybe I mean, so far as I know the reps in the playoffs and the Super Bowl are supposedly the best of breasts throughout the year. They put them together for these games. Now if that guy made one bad call maybe he's a great rep the rest of his career. I'm not gonna have him fired for that one call, but I'm going to steal the guy who called a couple of times before me kinda stole my thunder. The rule is that in the last two minutes of both periods. It's automatic any scoring play or any Kern over it's automatically reviewed by the people back in New York. I would give them wouldn't give the coaches anymore challenges. But I would give the raft back in New York. The ability to stop the play and say especially on a play like that where is going to determine the outcome of the game. Stop the play and say, hey, you gotta go look at a replay you missed it. And that's. My lengthened the game a whole lot and it returns integrity to the refereeing of the sport. If you do that, I think that that's a reasonable reaction to a Gregory. And thank you very much for the call. I think that's a reasonable reaction to what I point bring up about putting their jobs on the line is that I do that. And I hate saying that and I met I do eight five five two one two four CBS. The reason I'm okay with saying it is because it's not their full time job. I think we call for people to be fired way too much. We call for people who make simple mistakes, and sometimes got Reggie mistakes at times, we call for them to be fired or loser income way too much, and then we do away too much the society with social media and with the impact that we have. And we don't realize that they have real true meeting to those words, so I don't see him lightly. The only thing I can think of is that you fired Hugo cruise for a regular season mishap earlier this year which hadn't fired anybody during the season. What in forty years before that? So now, you're in a big moment here and what Gregory says is right? But if I'm gonna put a guy's job on the line for it. That's to me the only logical answer. That's there that this affects your. Job for the long term. I'm not talking. I'm not talking high school football. I'm not talking college. I'm talking the NFL. The average salary is two hundred two hundred thousand dollars a year. That's average so make more obviously, so make less, but it's obviously something that's sizable there. So if you make that much on it, I know you do it for the passion. I know you do it for because the love of the game and everything like that. But I also have to look at what's reasonable and what's equitable, and what holds us to a higher standard. And I think there needs to be an understanding that if you cannot perform this job just like a player a player loves football player loves his craft. If a player can't perform his job. He's out of there. If a referee can't perform it. I'm sorry. I have to look for another referee eight five five two one two four CBS. It's almost like the same thing. As a kicker. It's a zero sum game, David, Indiana. You're next on CBS sports radio. Yeah. First of all, thanks for taking my call. You know, I'm I'm looking at many games in my life over the last forty years that I've been watching sports I've seen a lot of bad calls that'd be Termine games and determined championships. And I just think that when you when you watch the game if it's perpetrated against you, you, you know, you sit up there and complain. But if you're a beneficiary of it, you don't say anything, so I tell the same fans and suck it up because if it was against the Rams, they wouldn't even care, you know, they just would have taken. Well, that's not true either. You heard Nicole Roby Coleman right after going. I heard the crowd. I thought it was going to be bad news, and they didn't call it. He said, of course, it was pass interference. He said it himself. Those were his words he said. Thank you. That's true. I mean, I give you that. But I'm just saying, you know, they wouldn't be making as much of a deal out of it. If it had been not perpetrated against the Rams, they wouldn't. Turn around with. Hey, y'all suck it up. You know? And I would say, and I still say that's wrong. You only get so many chances to do it. I, you know, we do this with fans a team is different..

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"pat swilling" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

14:02 min | 3 years ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Two four CBS eight five five two one two four C B, and I told them. During the break. I actually got the WWE network for they had an offer. I couldn't pass ninety nine cents over every month for like, two months. I said the hell with it to get the boys will eventually like wrestling, and I'd take a trip down memory lane, baby. And I had to watch the ninety two Royal rumble. There's Rick flair number three in Bobby the brain heat in the late. Great, Bobby, the brain Heenan gorilla monsoon, nobody nobody. And I love JR. I loved you as a person and as an analyst as a play by play guy. I love Jim Ross love him dearly. Nobody was better than gorilla monsoon. I'm sorry. No one painted the picture better than gorilla. You go back to wrestlemainia three ninety two thousand on their feet the roof for the silver to explode here as hulk HOGAN came out to take on Andre the giant to defend the W W F world's heavyweight championship. Nothing better. And then when Rick flair comes in number three after Ted DBS's eliminated with sincere, Sherri, looking as great as she's ever looked God rest, your soul and teddy be he's walking out and the buzzer goes off. And here comes Rick flair with Mr. perfect in tow and the cameras zooms on RIC flair and the crowd. You can feel the electricity and here he is the nature boy his debut in a WWF in here. He is to claim the world's heavyweight championship. I mean, what a what a what a show what a show. So this weekend is the real rumble. Everybody's asking me. I don't watch much contemporary wrestling. I tell you all every day. I tell you every time. So I looked at some of the sports books out there. They do have cable on it some way somehow again went on the end rocky. But whatever. I'll take Kenny omega plus two thousand. There we go eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven. Now. I was going to get to the Carson Wentz stuff. But what the hell, Tom? These calls are outrageous people wanna talk. They want to talk about the saints. Call. Leave it to you. I mean, gosh, I just wanted some diatribe got my stuff in about. About RIC flair. So I guess we'll just talk to you guys about the saints real quick. So you know, my stance on it. I sympathize with states with saints fans, we've had some people who haven't I do you only get certain opportunities here and for the American sports fan. I just brought up. Rick flair to me is one of the greatest entertainers in American history. I mean that for the regular person, we're not talking high society, we're not talking yoyo Ma we're not talking the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra. We're not talking that. But for the regular fan out there for the regular person in America. Rick flair in the three hundred years of American history is one of the greatest entertainers in American history and for people out there. They love professional wrestling. That's the thing that those people like, and there are people who. Yes, believe it's real there's people out there who who who definitely love everything about it the embodiment of it. It's just so cool. And the reason I do like the history of it is that it's America. It's big things pop it off its fireworks. It's the spectacle. It's what it's part of what makes the country. Great. It really is no matter what we got going on. No matter what the problems that. We may have it's part of what makes the country fantastic and fun. So wrestling fans, really dig it. And they really love it. And there are saints fans out there that for whatever reason it might be. And this what makes football special is that for them and their family. It's a shared experience baseball. We get so nostalgic about baseball. It's the national pastime, and you have usually a personal relationship with someone about baseball. Usually, it's fathers and sons I remember my first Indians game as long as I live. I was five years old. I was sitting down the third base line. It was my late uncle my father. I got foot long hot dog Albert bell hit the first ever home run ever saw the left centerfield fence at Cleveland municipal stadium. And the Indians won thirteen nine over the Texas. Rangers will never forget it. It's a personal relationship with your father in new or your mother and your grandpa or something like that. Basketball can be the same thing can be a little bit different. I think a lot of the history and how we feel is over the last couple of generations with basketball. It's not as old as baseball even football, especially with college football. But but but the NFL the NFL's gathering it's easier together it's once a week. And really it's it's ten times a year. So it's very special because the reason you're a sports fan is it just because you like the saints, and you like their colors you like the player you didn't just like, Pat swilling. And that's the end of it. You had a family member who was involved, you have family members who were involved, it's a gathering you get together to same reason on serious about this. It's the same reason. We celebrate thanksgiving and Christmas and Easter I'm not saying football's a religion, I'm not trying to be crazy about what I'm pointing out is that we gather for it. Share our days, we share our lives together, we share stories together. We have other things that happened during the game that we remember forever forever. Whether it be an uncle who got to loaded, whether it be an aunt who got mad at that. Uncle grandpa sitting in his chair, and he has to sit in that chair. And there's a reason for it, whatever it may be there's a part of our personal history. That's in there. So for a saints fan to be upset. I can't tell that saints Eggert over it can't do it because the saints history. Hey, I know that that drew Brees been there for a long time, and they've been playing very well for a long time for the most part a very long time. But that history before has been not kind to hardcore saints fan, and you never know what's going to happen in the future. So these trips deep into the playoffs. They can create heroes rape people. We loved characters that we love for generations because they're part of our favorite memories. But they can also create heartache into experience a championship to experience fun. It's not just being able to hoist the trophy, you feel like you're a part of it. That's the beauty of American sport. Whether it be pro, whether it be college, whatever you feel a connection as a community, it is a civic pride. So when that happens like it happened last Sunday. And yes, drew Brees threw a pick afterwards. They could have made a stop. They could've played. They could've taken advantage of the opportunities that were handed to them in the first quarter could have done all that they didn't and they lost. And you might be able to say fair and square, but people saw that call. They thought that call was ridiculous. I thought that call was ridiculous. And if you really want it fixed. My stance is put their jobs online more replay. You're probably gonna lead to more problems and a good coach. We'll be able to job the system if it comes to pass interference because I'll wait on easy pass interference calls it until it actually counts in the fourth quarter. If I'm down six, and it's before the final two minutes were I'm still in control of my timeouts, and I'm still in control of my challenge. Like, you're telling me I can challenge pass interference. And I'm only down at touchdown. Thank you very much. We just took the lead. And you don't even know it. Because that'll happen week one eight five five two one two four CBS get to you. Larry, South Carolina, you've been more most patient your first up on CBS sports radio. Go hitler. Larry. Larry wasn't that patient, Gregory and Tennessee, are you there? How's it going? Gregory let her ride baby it's going. Well, okay. I'm gonna say first off disclosure. I am not a saints fan. And I will hand down give the rest credit forgetting what I would say over ninety five percent of the calls. Correct. And especially you know, with the bang bang happening fast. They don't have the luxury of instant replay with seven hundred different angles and slow motion. And and all the three sixty stuff that we have watching TV. It's amazing the job they do. But that said I'm going to disagree with your partner there earlier who said, you know, the Saint Louis by not being able to close out and then not being able to do it in overtime. Never would I believe like for example, the patriots game where the back judge called the roughing the passer blow to the head when he was totally out of position to make the call. I thought it was a bad call. But I'm not gonna say that that call absolutely determined the outcome of the game because they're willing to way too much time in the game. And who knows they go for it on fourth and Brady does his magic. And they keep on and they still score and the Cain goes the same way it went. But in the saints game. I mean, it's it's undeniable that he had made that call it have been first and at what like the three or something like that. Yeah. First and goal at the three minute forty five left Rams only had one time out left. So even if they call that time out saints can still run off eighty seconds off the game clock. And then they're stuck with the ball down there on the three fifteen seconds left over that call did determine that game's outcome. Gregory. You're going off of what Thompson? I agree with you. Because it just because in the end they did afterwards. They could regroup. They could have got their job done. Any still could have won. They still gonna win that game. Their failure to do their job though. Still does not make it okay? For the failure of the referees to do their job and they do their job. And I'm not going to call them the for that guy to be fired. Because who knows maybe I mean, so far as I know the reps in the playoffs and the Super Bowl are supposedly the best of the rest throughout the year. They put them together for these games. Now if that guy made one bad call maybe he's a great rep the rest of his career. I'm not gonna have him fired for that one call, but I'm going to steal the guy who called a couple of times before me kinda stole my thunder. The rule is that in the last two minutes of both periods. It's automatic any scoring play or any per over is automatically reviewed by the people back in New York. I would give them I wouldn't give the coaches anymore challenges. But I would give the raft back in New York. The ability to stop the play and say especially on a play like that where is going to determine the outcome of the game. Stop the play and say, hey. You go look at a replay you missed it. And that's. Mike and lengthened the game a whole lot and it returns integrity to the refereeing of the sport. If you do that, I think that that's a reasonable reaction to a Gregory. And thank you very much for the call. I think that's a reasonable reaction to what I point bring up about putting their jobs on the line is that I rather do that. And I hate saying that and I I do eight five five two one two four CBS the reason I'm okay with saying it is because it's not their fulltime job. I think we call for people to be fired way too much. We call for people who make simple mistakes, and sometimes got Reggie mistakes at times, we call for them to be fired or loser income way too much, and then we do away too much is the society with social media. And with the impact that we have. And we don't realize that they have real true. Meaning to those words, so I don't say him lately. The only thing I can think of is that you fired Hugo cruise for a regular season mishap earlier this year, which hadn't fired anybody during the season what forty years before that. So now, you're in a big moment here and what Gregory says is right? But if I'm going to put a guy's job on the line for it. That's to me the only logical answer. That's there that this affects your. Job for the long term. I'm not talking. I'm not talking high school football. I'm not talking college. I'm talking the NFL. The average salary is two hundred two hundred thousand dollars a year. That's average so make more obviously, so make less, but it's obviously something that's sizable there. So if you make that much on it, I know you do it for the passion. I know you do it for because the love of the game and everything like that. But I also have to look at what's reasonable and what's equitable, and what holds us to a higher standard. And I think there needs to be understanding that if you cannot perform this job just like a player a player loves football player loves his craft. If a player can't perform his job. He's out of there. If a referee can't perform it. I'm sorry. I have to look for another referee eight five five two one two four CBS. It's almost like the same thing. As a kicker. It's a zero sum game, David, Indiana. You're next up on CBS sports radio. Yeah. First of all, thanks for taking my call. You know, I'm I'm looking at many games in my life over the last forty years that I've been watching sports I've seen a lot of bad calls that'd be Termine games and determined championships. And I just think that we you when you watch the game if it's perpetrated against you, you, you know, you up there and complain. But if you'd have been a ficiary of it, you don't say anything, so I tell the saints fans and suck it up because if it was against the Rams, they wouldn't even care. You know, they just would have taken the that's not true either. You heard Nicole Roby Coleman right after I heard the crowd. I thought it was going to be bad news, and they didn't call it. He said, of course, it was pass interference. He said it himself. Those were his words he said. Thank you. That's true. I mean, I give you that. But I'm just saying, you know, they wouldn't be making as much of it. If it had been not perpetrated against the Rams, they wouldn't. Turnaround. Stan, hey, y'all suck it up. You know, I would say, and I still say that's wrong. You only get so many chances to do it. I, you know, we we do this with fans a team is different..

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"pat swilling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:22 min | 3 years ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Spiked the ball with authority inside the Superdome. The the the background on that. Is you guys are too young? But when when the saints the saints are like seven, maybe eight no when we played them, Chris if you're looking at the box score, you would know this. They were seven going into the game. That's right. I I remember because I was I was ten and I remember Pat swilling von Johnson Sam mills just wreaking havoc with the entire Rickey Jackson hall of Famer Rickey Jackson with the entire NFL at that point. Okay. So that's one hundred percent, right. You know, the linebacker coach of that group was we just went over us the other day. Oh, yeah. Our very own Vic Fangio that is correct. You get extra points for that. So they're seven and know when they had this commercial running down in New Orleans was teaching some kid going Chiching for everything. So it was the kitchen game. And I think this was ninety two am I right? We nineteen Ninety-one. Was it ninety one? I told her twenty seventh hundred ninety one okay got the year round. Anyway. So we go down there. And we played like crap. I mean, we I think Harbaugh was like two of eighteen to twenty until the final drive of the game. We're getting the we're getting just house getting our cans and miraculously somehow, we got the ball back. And we went on a drive down the field. And I caught a touchdown pass to actually put us ahead. And then that's a Dallas talking about giant spike in the end zone. And we ended up beating them. I have no idea how we did it. But we upset them. They were seven oh. The chain game, and they kicked their ass for like fifty seven minutes. And then we we won on a long drive going in the end of the game the chiefs. I know we played the chiefs in no I played the chiefs in Arrowhead 'cause I remember Albert Lewis like was six to is a corner, and he had arms that were like four hundred feet long. And I just couldn't I mean, he just he just got the best of me every single down because I just couldn't I couldn't manage his athletic ability. He's like one of the key. Also was like close to wasn't like an close to Olympic sprinter type speed. He was at so many sticks to with long arms plays the position. Well, and has Olympic speed. And then he's got me. So needless to say it didn't go. I don't know if we won that game lost that game. You guys won that game against Kansas City nineteen seventeen that was November eleventh nineteen Ninety-three and you're dead on about the saints game. You guys scored you score the winning touchdown pass. Right. Twenty to seventeen the bears won that game. How about that? Well, what what did I do against the chiefs? I don't remember the numbers against the chiefs. You had five targets three receptions nine hundred yards, greedy grants. What happens is when you're the the go-to guy who scores the game winning touchdown against the saints. The chiefs then have to blanket Tom Lewis decoy the toughest thousand nine hundred the whole season. That's right. Listen, there's a chance that a couple of those run third down. Mr. be careful with a typical game that was three catches for nineteen yards. That was made. That's let's on that'll be on my gravestone three cats. Yards. States. There was. Put your NFL stats on your gravestone. Have your children do that put that in your wealth? I will I will do that as long as I can get a guarantee from you, you won't urinate on Mike. Cannot guarantee you remember anything about the atmosphere there, Tom, do you? Remember, anything was crazy. It was crazy. What I remember most was coming in coming into the locker room. I all listen, I got a better story for you. What year was that? That was one. He wasn't it wasn't that ninety three ninety three. Okay. So I believe if I'm not mistaken the day before BC's playing playing Notre Dame. It's the the the the game where BC beats them with the kick that looks like it's going a hundred yards left of the field goal in the rack comes through. Okay. So -sorts, and I are watching the game like on a handheld television must've been going from the airport. We were filing game from the airports that aero had because we would always only Atlantic go to the stadium to walk through so shorts. And I are standing offense on one side defense on the other. We're both standing watching this game not paying attention to the walks in one area. This out because we're supposed to be doing some. And we're watching watching the game. Anyway. While you failed to mention your Boston. College was number seventeen at the time. Notre Dame was ranked number one in the country. That's right. And we beat up on that feel you did that was awesome. I if I remember correctly here one extreme of guys at my bothering you. That affect. But what I remember Chris about the atmosphere was it's just insane. I mean, I know it's a big open air stadium. But just insane. I remember I remember McMichael pounding his forehead into the top of his his locker. He used to do that a lot. But I don't know why remember that that dude was such a great player in such a great leader. It was so much fun to watch and get ready to play. I will lose in that game at the half. Hold on. I can look hold on. Trying to get it up drinking. You can drink me. No, he's got he's going tabs open. You too many tabs is let's see at halftime. You guys are down fourteen to six. Yeah. I remember because people were angry at the half about that. I remember that. I remember Steve banging his head against the the locker. That's awesome. He was Lattimore before Lattimore in the program. There's there's an old reference for you ever watched. We've taken too much of your time this Sunday morning. Thanks fan. We appreciate you made soup right now. You wanna if you want the patriots and chief straight up, let me know is it a broth- super you going cream. Watts but I know it's bra. Okay, come on. Yeah. Bone broth, no chicken noodle, or what are we working with? Yeah. It's I I gotta my own little recipe, man. I stole it from my wife. Nice. You have to tweet it out like cap does. No don't do that. No, no. I'm not. I'm not gonna tweet pictures of mean shower either. Okay. All right. Well, you do you know that breaks your heart of dollars? Enjoy your championships Sunday. Why don't we appreciate it, man? But you gotta fellas have a good day. Tom Waddell of ESPN one thousand you can hear him tomorrow. Two to six. We will. Just like throwing the log on the storytime with Waddell, five -solutely. We're going to pause for sports center here in a moment. But Colin Wilson of the action network. Yeah. All the latest on what's going on in the point spread movements. He's going to share that with us coming up next. And then we'll also go down to Kansas City and talk about the cheese. Patriots game. Yeah. And then something we need to talk about two is cold weather games. Over unders to we have to worry matter. Does it matter? It might be a mess. We'll do that next..

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"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:38 min | 3 years ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Sports leap to all the players that I have worked with this would have never been possible without them buying into me. Then ultimately they're great play that they put on the field for our twos. Special. Thanks to the great group. I just left in Chicago. It's a special group a group that I thoroughly enjoyed coaching and we'll miss coaching. The great groups in San Francisco right before that for all their great play. Then what they have meant for me. Fangio the new head coach of the Denver Broncos. And it might even be a semi you'll have the title, but Gary kubiak used to be the the head coach here is going to come back and run the offense for them. He's been which is nice. I think that's a really good. That's a really good one. Now kubiak can stepped away because of physical issues wore out, you know, he just said, hey, I just can't do this anymore. And he was a guy he's been with organization kubiak a long time. But he was in Houston. I believe is when he when he backed out, but he had been Elway's backup there as a player and longtime but Fangio good for him sixty years of age, and especially in this age, whether you know, hey, let's get a young offensive guy. A dashing offense guide lead lead our team. Somebody said, hey, defense still still counts. And let's bring this guy in well, they had a defensive guy in Vance Joseph. They gave him one year. Head coach head coach and then chased him out. And now they bring in Victoria, NGO has spent all but one of the past thirty three years is an NFL assistant coach. And of course, the last four years he's been the bears defensive coordinator. And you know, this guy's coached some outstanding players. I mean, he's he coach Ray Lewis coach, Kevin Greene. You know, you think of the the the the saints group that he had with Rickey Jackson and Vaughn was at Vaughn Johnson. And Pat swilling and those guys, and then of course, you know, he's coach Khalil Mack. And now a Denver he gets to coach defense if they keep them that has Bradley, Bradley, Chubb and von Miller on the edges and Chris Harris in the secondary. Some big time talent there so good for Vic sixty years old finally gets first head coaching job. At tells you wanna tells you that if you really want to be an NFL head coach, you know. I mean, it's a long road thirty three years as an assistant. And if you look at his itinerary, he's been here. He's been there. He's he's like he goes somewhere new every year. But he's you know, he's moved around. He has moved around the country and his family. I guarantee you has paid a price. But at six gotta love it. And what's the girlfriend nowadays sixty Eddie who telling us yesterday that his girlfriend somebody's? A friend of his now quote girl funny when you're sixty your girlfriend, but good good good for him. I mean, everything's the bears defense being awesome. But you when he inherited that bears defense they were thirtieth in the NFL in two thousand fourteen year before he arrived, and then they improved from thirtieth in two thousand fourteen to thirteenth in two thousand seventeen and then number one in scoring defense and takeaways this year, and obviously now they've got a keen Hicks and Eddie Goldman and Eddie Jackson and roquan Smith Khalil Mack. Leonard floyd. I mean, they've they have bolstered their personnel for sure, but Vic had a lot to do with it too. Yeah. I just tell you when when you say thirty three years as an assistant and Larry night talk. Sometimes when he was young buck doing the the scouting and the Canadian league, and you just hours you spend one hundred hour weeks. Mary. You can't be right. You're single then. I was single. I mean, you can there are plenty of guys. I mean, it believe me, this is a sport that the ruins a lot of marriages really does just kind of the way it is. You're you're way to your work, and you better be all in and then some. Yeah. Or you're not to be long for it. It's a very competitive field and one hundred hour workweeks or just common. Well, you know, it's scary. And it just again, just as he human being is when your co workers become your family. When I say scary. Everybody's different. And but my gosh, your co workers are your family. You know, that's who you rely on. That's who you wanna I mean, just think Renault fed Brian. In fact, even the great our family. Dan. I'll go. No, no, it does not good guy. I don't even recognize my kids, I know DNR Ogden and get dead Ogden to the heads and heard this. But I I like I said you have at your funeral. The only people there are Dan Ogden, Larry hammer. Mike Lee, Leo, be Lee would come back twice for dessert. You know? You know, what I mean Li would say we bury him again. And this time, maybe give out some free pens. But anyway, it's just the idea we're all gonna play the Olympic club after the. After the can I tell you that after the way clear you've got into that. Right. You go to a funeral. And then okay. The poor guy's dead. What the hell he also left enough money? So we can go have a real nice brunch. And then you go eat the guy's dead. Sarai thing to do remember a quality light over thirty three fricking years as an assistant long time in a long time sixty and he's now just getting reaching the, you know, the fee of his field to make enough money where if you don't want to do something you don't have to write. Because when you're you're. You know, any assistance who just said, hey, I love this so much yet. I don't want to have the PR responsibilities. I don't want to have all that stupid media stuff. Well, he's gotta go. He got. I rather be an assistant. Thank you guys. All right. And I could just do something. I love. Yeah. I just I mean, I mean, I don't want to deal with press conferences, and this and that you see it more. I think in other in college. I think we're we're guys are I k you know, what I don't want to be a head coach because it's kind of a CEO type position. Yeah. Where at least in the NFL, you could be it's still very much. You're a football coach. I mean, it's that's your primary responsibility. Even if you're the head coach football coach. Yeah, we're in college. It's almost like you're a you're an administrator. It's if you were a lover of football out of the times those guys do top out or want to top attic at like, a coordinator almost. Yeah. But that's the days of doing both like wall, she used to do everything. Right. And and even in the NBA, the guy who just got fired timid oh was jobs. Now, I don't know that you can do both Doc Rivers did both with Shanahan if your couch. Shanahan is sharp is he is. Yeah. You're still you know, it's November. And you're watching film of you know, whatever Tampa are whatever team you're playing this week or next week and you're trying to win football games. And then there's a different skill set of well who's gonna who's who's scouting Ed Oliver this weekend who scouting Quinton Williams this weekend, who's in you know, who's in Kentucky to watch challen on Saturday. I mean, these are these are, you know, huge endeavors. There's big money on the line. You know, these are sizable investments, and the organizations it, I don't know anybody who can do it. All how old was Madden. We talk about. He was forty when he quit or forty one forty shorties. Yeah. And he just said, hey, I it's just too much right? It's burned me out that you have a shelf life Walsh. Do you have shelf-life for like ten years? And then you just people quit listening to you. You're. Well, there's always story. You want to move every ten years. Yeah. Because your message no longer resonates with the players, and that they've heard all your stories and all your anecdotes, and you've basically done everything that you can to get the most out of them over that period of time. And you lose your affective nece. I dunno. I bet you bitch. If you ask Bill Walsh, he probably would tell you that he left's obviously is no longer here to discuss it there. He probably tell you is later years that he left too early because he had established he had driven himself so hard, but he had established such an incredible standard for that organization in every way imaginable that you know, would have been nice for him to enjoy some of the fruits of his labor a few more years. He knows he knows he felt like he handed see for the Super Bowl the very next year. Absolutely. Tired after the game in my in Miami. And then Seaford came back when there would fifty five to fifty five ten over Denver. And the Niners were great the next year as well. They almost went to the Super Bowl and ninety only to to you know, the Roger Craig fumble game. They lost to the giants who eventually would go do what Tampa and knock off buffalo. Yeah. That was that was we talk about this all the time that was not going to be a foregone conclusion, by the way, the Niners would have beaten buffalo because that buffalo team was incredibly loaded. Yeah. And they had played earlier that year hadn't they had a candlestick. I believe had a great shootout. And omar. In the forties. Yeah. Yeah. Who knows maybe the Niners win that game? But it would have been Steve Young at the very beginning. Starting that game. And who knows how what a guy that was a great great game regular season game though at candlestick, buffalo, and no punts. Yeah. It would and Jim Kelly is heightened Thurman Thomas. Anyway, the bottom line here is good for Vic Fangio who if you love somebody and you hang around long enough. God bless ya. He's getting his shot in Denver. All right. Once again, if you're a got a few years on you. You know, who warn wells is if you don't I think his story is compelling enough, and our repeated again Madden said he could have been the greatest receiver that ever played Bill Walsh went on to say that he was the most feared player in the American football league. Bill walsh. Who was then a coordinator with the Cincinnati Bengals the guy who chronicle is story. Ted Griggs will join us in a few minutes on the sports leader. Gary and Larry on. Eighty the sports leader time.

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"pat swilling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

12:29 min | 3 years ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Or we don't learn from our mistakes and we stay mired in mediocrity. Correct. Tommy's in here. So Vic Fangio is out. Nick has been a fantastic coach in this league for a long time. And he's finally getting an opportunity to run his own program. I couldn't be happier for him. I think he's deserving of this opportunity and he finds himself in a good spot. You go to to Denver and you get an opportunity to coordinate a defense. It's got you know, von Miller, Shane Ray, kid, Bradley Chubb, who's a rookie this year out of NC state. You've got an all pro cornerback and Chris. Yeah. But I mean you, but you also have Gary kubiak who is a former Super Bowl winning head coach. Who's now I guess going to take over their offense. I think it's a good setup in Denver. But there's no question they have to figure out their quarterback situation. It is something that John Elway has failed to do. But look I thought that Vick could find himself in a very good situation. Much in the way that men Nagy found himself in a good situation where MAC could take care of the offense. Basically look look at Vic Fangio and say, here's the keys to the west wing in this building. I win come over there until you ask me, or if you need me to come over there, and do whatever it is. But you're almost an assistant head coach in charge of the defense. I'll let you do your thing. Well in Denver now, I think you've got the similar thing. I think he got Vick. Who's completely in charge of that defense? It's got a lot of potential who's going to hire. No, see or Gary nosy that he can look to and say, Gary you've seen this you've done this all you can call you. I think it's a great. Setup for victim in Denver. I think it sets up for him. Lot of coaches walk into situations where the deck is stacked against them. Because of I mean, you're looking for new coach and of instances because you've had a run of bad luck. Or you haven't been very good. I think he finds himself in a situation in Denver where he could succeed. So I'm happy for. Yeah. I was reading about some of the candidates that I saw that when Greg Williams went to Washington he was in demand. And the Washington people said we will not have anything to do with the defense. It's all you, you do it ever it is you want you autonomy. So who to the bears higher? I don't know Donna tells in their building I think ED's contract is up. I think it would be a nice segue to go from Vic Fangio's before he has. And he's been in the league forever. And but but maybe Vic decides he wants to take with him. I think you're gonna have you're gonna have your pick of the litter. You tell me if you're a defensive coordinator. Okay. And you're in search of new work a new job. I mean what open defensive coordinator position. Are you going to sign up for I oh, by the way, Khalil Mack Akeem Hex Leonard Floyd, Eddie Goldman, Danny trevathan roquan Smith. Kyle fuller prince amukamara any Jackson they're all under contract. You wanna come and be RDC? I probably walk from wherever you are. Right now. It's take that interview if you're asked so I think they're going to have I don't know who it will be. But I think they're going to have their pick of the litter. Yeah. I would think name who you want and those guys are going to be I mean be fit with Matt too. I mean, there was a natural. I think Vic Fangio probably wasn't. I don't know Vick. I've never met Vic. But I think there was a natural comfort with Vic Pena's -ccomplish this. He was with no feeling of having to usurp in any way, the power of the head coach Matt Nagy who's a young first time head coach you got to find someone who can come in and segue into that situation with a similar approach. Like he's Rex Ryan that guy can Rex come here. Rex had a good run as a defense corner is Rex and would come here, and and suck the oxygen out of the room. Correct. So I think it's good. I I think they're in good good shape. I we've talked about this last few days on our show. They're better off losing Vic with the personnel. They have on defense, and they are losing matters the offensive minded this coach, and what he means to that young quarterbacks of whatever reason you lost Matt Nagy? It would be a bigger shot to this team again because of the importance of the quarterback head coach slash offensive coordinator relationship. Right. You've got so much talent on the defensive side of the ball on a minimize what Vic men to that team. I've got a pretty strong feeling. This is going to be a good defense for years to come. Now. I say that. And look Buddy Ryan had the horses to run with. But when buddy left, I don't I mean, and there was probably some things you lost Wilbur Marshall to free agency. Right. Some other issues guys got a little bit older. But that defense probably fewer points the next year under Vince Tobin than they did under buddy. Okay. So there you go. But over the long run you still probably with no disrespect meant to vent events. You probably missed him out. So I I think that this is at the professional level. What's most important is? It's you have quality players coaching ultimate and see the jockey carry the horse across the finish. Exactly. It's well said show me a great coach. I'll show you coach we great players or good players Guido. And we'll Matt as a question for us. Hey, Guido, what's up sparky guys? How are you? Good. What's up? Good. Good. So I was wondering and this just makes that bears laws hurt just a little bit more. You know, how impatient. These NFL guys are and they want to get a coach on their books. Real quick. You think if that the bears would have won the game and knowing everything baby Vic Fangio probably wouldn't have got the job because he's still be coaching. What do you think about that? I don't necessarily can't connect those dots directly. Great. Oh because they could've still hired. Vic couldn't they have. I don't know. Exactly the rules. You can't hire him. But they could have had a handshake. You could have come to an agreement that when you announced I guess you do announced the hiring when you ultimately exit the postseason. Yes. I mean, if you're the guy I don't think that thanks listen. It's a good point. But I don't think ultimately, I think we try to blame Cody parkey for Vic Fangio go there. I don't think that's the case. Do you believe Cody parkey speaking of that now? It's gonna take. I don't know. How you do it? I don't know how they coexist. I don't know how he handles the situation. I don't know how I don't know. I don't know how the team kind of. I think all the guys in that locker room handled it as well as they could that they were great. And they were gracious in Bobby Massie, and everyone who spoke on his behalf. I thought that was very classy. But I heard you guys talking about it. You saw the situation how it all happened with with Blair Walsh. Right. I mean, the try to bring him back and rehab that. So. Look, here's the deal. You made the mistake given him a a cap restrictive contract with no pun intended. You made getting rid of him painful fiscally. But you can't you can't turn one mistake into two by not getting rid of the right thing to do is to move on. And find somebody for a very inexpensive price and go forward. You don't wanna make a second mistake keeping him because you don't want to get nothing for him at three and a half million. I think you have to move on. I just do. I don't think he can be your kicker throw you another name Jack del Rio. Yeah. I like Jack Jack did a nice job on Twitter. Yeah. Jack Jack did a defensive coordinator. Sure. Marvin lewis. He's a good defensive coordinator as well. That's sure he wants to go back to do that. Jack may be more willing to do that the Marvin Marvin was head coach for fifteen or sixteen years Wilkes. Yes. Steve Wilks probably wants to get right back on the horse. So to speak get that bad taste out of his mouth. He had success in Carolina. A lot of people thought the world of him. Again, I think you're going to have your choice of guys. Are you unhappy about Vic leaving in some respects? Yeah. Because you don't want to lose him. But you happy for Vic because Vikas toiled as I said in this industry for a long Vick was coaching linebackers in New Orleans during that stretch, people don't don't remember this. But he was the linebackers coach New Orleans when they had Rickey Jackson von Johnson, Pat swilling and Sam mills that group that that was one of the best four sums of linebackers in the history of the game released modern history of the game. So when he was in San Francisco, he didn't San Francisco a lot of the same things as he did here. I mean, he's he deserves a chance go out there and run his own program. He's paid his dues any chance foxy would wanna come back is the DC. I don't think he comes here. I think John would be open to I think he's enjoying what he's doing. I think he was an opportunity for him to catch his breath as well. He's been a head coach for what sixteen years or something. Like that prior to being let go this off season. I don't know he meets coaches, are you know, you were a coach it's tough to get it out of your blood is you know, I wouldn't rule it out that John will go back to be a DC somewhere. I don't think he's panicking. I mean, he was still still getting paid this year. Yes. So we call those golden parachutes. But now, we don't. But I think I think there's a chance he may want to get back in the game. Darnold, last one. Do you think Jordan Howard is wearing a bears uniform twenty nineteenth kicks off? I think they're going to try to move him. I don't know what they'll get for him. And I say that with all respect to what he's provided his first year in this league here in Chicago. He was thirteen hundred yard rusher is second-leg us an eleven hundred yard rusher. And last year this past nine hundred yards. He didn't get the touches. And they really weren't as efficient running the football as they have in the past said, a nice run here in Chicago. Yeah, he just doesn't. And I didn't think when when they came in. I I never thought he was the right fit with what to do doesn't mean. You don't think he's a good player? You just he is he doesn't fit totally into the system that you're trying to run it doesn't maximizes system or the efficiency that can come from the system. So look, I don't know. I don't know that you cutting because he's not making a ton of money. He's on his first contract. He was a fifth round picks. You try to trailing. What are you gonna get for? And he was a fifth round pick overall might get a fifth. You may. I mean, I think they'll try to dealing or conditional pick. So if I had to put my money down at my money would be on the fact that he wouldn't be with this team next year. But again, I don't say that with kind of like get the hell outta here in my heart. I appreciate what he provided for this team. He's just. You know, you run a vertical passing attack? You don't want me in your offense. Do you know what I'm saying you run more of a gimmicky side to side. I want Kareem hunt without the baggage that guy who doesn't or Alvin Kamara can find those guys they can find those guys in third round. I'm Phillip Lynes. Lease is going to the Pro Bowl this year. He was an undrafted free agent for Denver. So fine guys that can can be two dimensional instead of the one dimension, which is purely running the football. And look it's not as if they ever said, hey, we're gonna load you up and give it to you twenty plus times a game consistently. Just wasn't what are they did? So that's why you saw some of Tai Kwon, Mazalan and Benny Cunningham because as marginally better as they may be as receivers, and I thought Jordan improved himself as a receiver out of the backfield this year, but one of the things for you real fast. When the football is stripped out, Anthony Miller's hands officials calling it incomplete. Bill belichick. Brought. That showed that play the his team the other day. It's said that's why I tell you to pick up every loose ball. It'll be coaching point for every team in the league. But if you look at the film, the whistles blown in the official is emphatically sing signaling incomplete pass and he's five feet from the football. I understand. Why guys didn't do it going forward? Will they change your approach a little bit?.

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"pat swilling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"pat swilling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He doesn't leave. He's such a good thing there with that defense, and you can tell I mean everywhere he's gone. He's had success. You know, he was great in San Francisco. I'm not sure what it was before that. But I know in San Francisco those five or six years they were really good on defense. And it's been the same way in Chicago. So I mean, you like to say it's not going to be different because it's the same scheme. It's the same same players, but it's not the same mind frame that scheme, you know, he knows certain situations. What to do you know how the game plan? So I mean as much I'd like to say, it's not gonna change. I would think it's gonna change a little bit. Maybe for the better. I don't know if that's possible would be better. But I have a hard time believing that what's his mind not running that defense. It'd be much better than it doesn't surprise you to know that he was part of the saints defensive coaching staff. He a linebackers coach back in the day. When it was Pat swilling von Ricky Jackson Jackson Sam they were good. How was that? Three four group has been around for he's been around for. I didn't realize he goes that far back because that's that'd be eighty early nineties late eighties. Right. Saints from eighty six to ninety four. Yeah. There you go. So he's been around. You know, he's saying some things, but yeah, that's the prize me. But he he's such a good defensive mind, and it football mind. I really mean, I obviously you wish pushing the basket and the job. But I really hope we say Chicago, they're building some really good there. Hey, I was interested as well. I mean for I'm sure you you had to defend every type of quarterback imaginable when you look at when you look at Nick foles, dude Meyer, what he's able to do all things considered for sure it's unbelievable to do. Just the big games. And I was talking to my wife about this Saturday Saint how I if if wants it's fully healthy right now, you can't take full out. How do you replace the guy who's played that? Well, I think he's what five zero five one six to one with all their last three games playoff games, especially because they had to put them together the playoffs, and she she shows up. You know, we didn't play great Sunday. I don't think you feel a couple of throws it you like to have back, but he played well enough for them to win. And that's what he's. He's just found ways to win games. So they didn't run a great Sunday. Not many people do against the bears, but we find ways to win. And I think the players believe in him. That's another thing that. You you kind of have going for you. When you have a quarterback the players believe they're going to win every game. What is your thought about all these young offensive coaches getting hired for head coaches seems like the defensive coordinator is getting a Nord these days? Yeah. Well, it's an office of Sobhi all the points score. People want to throw the ball over the Sean McVay what he's done. Unbelievable. Thirty two thirty three. Yeah. Early even coach Nagy's, you know, he's young for head coaches. He's forty or forty one. So you look at what they've done. I don't know if it's just they're smart. They know it was smart and everybody else. I don't know. But coach Peyton not young. He's been around for a long time scoring some points. But I think it's just a it's a change that you see the NFL going through changes with with young coaches. I know that I saw Arizona hired the guy from Texas Tech after they fired him. So I just it's different to me. I don't understand it. You know, I I know that college coaches score a lot of points. They're supposed to do. But his NFL there's some things that transfer over. But not a lot in my opinion. I let you go who do you see squaring off in Super Bowl fifty three? Oh my gosh. It's gonna be hard to beat the saints in that don't I'm afraid there a few times, and they're tough. Goes my heart. I'm go Kansas City. I'm a huge fan. They got you know, coach totes over there. I'm a big Andy Reid fan. So I'm gonna go with the with the chiefs in the saints number one to number one seats, although India's good right now. I realize how good they were front until Sunday or Saturday whenever the game. Yeah. They won nine of their last ten to end the season. They were one in five or something like that. Someone told me they they picked up the bears colts have a rematch screwed that up. Holidays were good Christmas and New Year's there over it's good. Yeah. My kids are getting older now. So it's just a little different. They I'm not that cool right now. Back in school. They started back to school. They that was a great thing. That's awesome. Brian. You're the best. We appreciate the time. As is as dry take care. Bryner lacquer the hall of Famer it's for him. You see he was nervous out to the field thing about was so cool watching he and dick Butkus walk onto the. Should do that every game. Now kind of like the twelfth man where someone raises a flag the bears should do that say him and dick Butkus. Grammatically correct. This him and dick Butkus when they came out being there was like people already loud because they bear raid sirens. And then those two came out and the place. I saw it went absolutely nuts. Rex Ryan was not happy that Mike single Terry. Wasn't there? He wanted single Terry to be a part of all the the middle linebackers two kiss to signal to lacquer. I was disappointed. Barry Minter wasn't. Hey, guys, say Jones. It selvi. Let me ask you something. Have you ever had manscaping.

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