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"pete carroll tom brady" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"He knows less now about how to proceed then he did back then he said that in a perfect scenario the NBA would somehow be able to complete the regular season and move on to the playoffs but that no decisions can be made until next month at the earliest he spoke tonight at Turner sports NFL draft will be conducted in a fully virtual format the draft will take place entirely outside of T. facilities no group gatherings will be allowed T. personnel will be separately located in their home that it fills all decade team announced on Monday fifty two players two coaches selected the coaches bill Belichick if Pete Carroll Tom Brady was one of the eight unanimous selections along with Adrian Peterson JJ watt von Miller Donald Joe Thomas marshal Yanda baseball hall of Famer died on Monday al que line passed away he was known as Mr tiger twenty two seasons in the majors all with Detroit fifteen time all star ten time gold Glover fifty two home runs and drove in eighty eight to sixty World Series the Tigers won that series over the cardinals Hey live dead at the age of eighty five baseball reportedly held a conference call on Monday about how to possibly proceed with its suspended season among the ideas discussed putting all thirty teams in the Phoenix area ladies if you ball parks British open was canceled on Monday first time six forty five the open championship will not be played the rest of the PGA tour may be coming into focus the masters has been tentatively rescheduled for November PGA championship tentatively rescheduled for August in the U. S. open scheduled to begin at we fourteen June pushback tentatively.
"pete carroll tom brady" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To proceed now that he did back then he spoke tonight to Turner sports again I think now because so little is known you know we're we're we're we're we're here we're ready to go I mean I I don't want to leave the suggestion anywhere anybody that we're not doing everything we possibly can to restart under the right circumstances but of course quite your safety and and the health of everyone in the in the NBA family has to come first and silver said that in a perfect scenario the NBA would somehow be able to complete the regular season and then move on to the playoffs but that no decisions can be made until next month at the earliest silver said there is too little information to make any kind of projections the NBA has told teams they may not conduct or attend any workouts with draft eligible players that is a radical departure from normal procedures NFL draft will be conducted in a fully virtual format to draft will take place entirely outside of T. facilities no group gatherings will be permitted team personnel will be separately located in their homes the NFL's all decade team was announced on Monday fifty two players two coaches the coaches bill Belichick and Pete Carroll Tom Brady was one of eight unanimous selection as the others were Adrian Peterson JJ watched von Miller average Donald Joe Thomas and marshal Yanda baseball hall of Famer passed away on Monday al que line was known as Mr tiger he passed away at his home in Michigan played twenty two seasons in the majors all of them with the Tigers fifteen time all star ten time gold glove outfielder he was eighty five Major League Baseball reportedly held a conference call on Monday about how to possibly proceed with its suspended season among the ideas discussed putting all thirty teams in the Phoenix area playing in empty ballparks British open was canceled today first time since World War two the open championship will not take place the rest of the PGA tour may be coming into focus masters reschedule for November PGA championship re scheduled for August and the U. S. open has been rescheduled to get underway September seventeenth at winged foot obviously we're CBS sports radio and our Twitter handle is at CBS sports radio.
"pete carroll tom brady" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"All right Bucky Brooks defensive backs Scout. NFL Network Love having him on on Thanksgiving Eve. All right I was I was saying earlier. Dax a little bit. Like the trust fund kid of quarterbacks he just he inherited comfort so the weapons in the old line in the running back. I've always found him to be in a little bit with Eli Manning early in his career a heart evaluation for me. I'm back and forth. on-deck intangibles A. Plus Tangible C. Minus M. I. Unfair you you are. You are unfair because I think what has happened with. Dak Prescott his Dak Prescott unlike most quarterbacks. He's just each and every week is he's a franchise quarterback he's not a franchise franchise quarterback he can do it. He can't do it early in the season everyone was coming in saying. This is Zeke. Elliott Team Ezekiel. Elliot's a guy that is the driving force of the office right this year. Dak Prescott has been there. He is merged has been a dominant player. WHO's leading the league in passing yards? He has played will by any metric. Have we measure quarterbacks. He's a franchise quarterback it becomes two wins. He ranks only behind. Tom Brady says he entered the league. If it comes to passing euros individual status the issue the passing leader. I don't know what debt can and do to make people realize not how good of a player go for four against the best team okay. So here's what happens in when you're playing really good teams. That's why coaching matters. So when you playing really really good teams and the playing field is level. That's when you need your coach to give you the advantage. So we heard Jerry Jones very upset and angry after the game where he saw the Patriots. Knock off the Dallas cowboys because in their game. It wasn't a Dak Prescott issue. There was a coaching issue. Doing the Patriots are on the details. They pay attention to details. They win gays because they know how not to lose games. Meaning they don't turn the ball all over they don't give you silly penalties and actually yardage they win the special teams kicking game. The Dallas Cowboys lost that game because in the kicking game they didn't pay attention. Blocked punt gave up hidden yardage head. PENALTIES BURNED TOM timeouts. That's not a deck Prescott issue that's Jason Garrett issue. I've been critical Aaron Rodgers. A Nice said you know all the issues. We're going to be solved with Mike McCarthy. Okay he's gone. Let's wait 'til Thanksgiving for Matt. leflore Aaron Rodgers now in the last three games is one one and two with two touchdown passes his passer rating is very low. I think he's regressing. I don't sense the it may be. It's the collarbone surgeries. He's got a star running back. He's got a star receiver. He's got a very talented tight end. He got that progressive. Smart coach I saw kind of Marine Russell Wilson Give San Francisco trouble off a bye. That game was over an eight minutes. Somebody that's on Erin it is on and I think he has always gotten a pass like because we've always made excuses about what he doesn't have he doesn't have play makers because he doesn't have a running game The coach doesn't call the right place for them. The defense doesn't get it done. I'm reaches them stats. Says twenty seventeen in November in December Aaron Rogers four nine he averages two hundred and twenty six passing yards per game but his passer rating is below ninety. Eighty nine point nine. So when I'm saying the franchise quarterback a guy who I've been. I've heard hailed as the greatest passer of all time if he can't deliver when it matters down the stretch riches when it matters. November December is money time. Aaron Rodgers hasn't been money. He hasn't been Klutz the last three years away. I think an unbelievable number I I I think join. I talked about this Saturday. It's one of those oil. What here's a losing road record in his career? That is stunning to me. He has elude the the best road quarterback in the NFL in the last twenty eastern time zone games. Russell Wilson Sixty four Here's the thirty first ranked doc pass blocking line offense in and he goes to San Francisco and beats the best defensive line in the sport. Russell to me is a better quarterback today than he's aging better than Aaron Rodgers. Absolutely I I think I think this is what has happened. The narrative has been that. We're beginning to expect quarterbacks to play twenty years because we've been spoiled by drew brees and to make right says that was never the case. You got a decade of strong quarterback play. That's more than enough which kind of speaks to the argument when people are worried about the athletic quarterback in the mobile quarterback back ten years is what you expect to get from a franchise quarterback Arron Rogers thirty five thirty six. When you get older they hits hurt a little more? You lose some of the steam on the ball. We've talked about the passing yours over ten yours today. Agassi is down. You think you've pointed out that it is forty five percent. Completion percentage over ten yards. He's not as accurate as he used to be. He's not as accurate as used to be. He's a different player. So what has to happen. A couple of things one when he gets older to supporting cast has to do more for meaning. mellifluous has to lean on the running game. More the playmakers around him they have to step up and be guys that can take short passes and make him in the big games as a quarterback it gets older. He needs the rest of the pieces of the puzzle to do. More is not a knock to Aaron Rodgers. This is what every quarterback needs to supporting cast has to help him By the way drew brees has his best defense in a long time. Drew brees has a running game great possession receiver in an offensive. Line that underrated. Finally Tom Brady and NFL. EXAC throws anonymous. You ever know that the NFL EXAC says Brady quote is still deadly when he needs to be by it no. I don't buy you know Tom Brady is because you're a boxing fan. I Love Boxing Tom. Brady's Mike Tyson but he's not Mike Tyson at the beginning of his career. He's Mike Tyson before he played Lennox Lewis and and the reason why is because he is more mystique than magic now. Tom Brady can still throw a haymaker. Occasionally but the days of Tom Brady carrying this team to the postseason carrying this team to the Super Bowl. They're over so the first three games of the year. Tom Brady was outstanding completed. Sixty seven percent of his passes seven zero touchdown to interception ratio. Pass Radio One sixteen in the last eight games. He's only completing six percent of his passes. Eight to five touchdown to interception reception ratio and a passer rating under eight. Well no no. No no no no. He is a bottom third quarterback right now on the number eight look look we can talk about a supporting cast. We can talk about the running game and all of these things right now at his best Tom. Brady's game manager they are winning because of their special shoot teams and their defense and as long as they stick to the recipe. They can win but if this becomes a team that has to number twelve. He's not going to be able to get it done. Yeah pry right right. I'm right on this one. I'm right on this one. I think I'm right on the Aaron Rodgers. One might be too together right right. This great by the way I'll go back and say it again. Russell Wilson's I said it to start the show the most underrated player in the NFL. In my lifetime. And I'm not and I really believe that I mean he. He is underrated and I think the reason why he has been underrated because very early on and I believe Russell Wilson's career Mir's Tom Brady. And this aspect early in the career. Russell Wilson had the running game with marshawn Lynch and Medina Dominant Defense Legendary coach gray coats and Pete Carroll. Tom Brady had the same thing with Bela check. They ran the ball. They Lean on defense. He grew from game manager to franchise player. What we've seen in the last three or four years? Russell Wilson is a franchise plov able to out? They had to do it differently but he is being able to elevate continue to keep the seahawks first eight seasons. They've never had a losing. Like I just think about. That is one thing to talk about winning. Deranged there's another thing to always be tournament. This is a big thing is greatest cameras. He's never had back to back winning seasons to consistency. Russell Wilson High School one. NC State one Wisconsin once Seattle one and the other thing about Russell. He's in every game. They almost Aaron Rodgers. Got Blown out again last week. Off A bye Russell's traveling to a different time zone. He's in Yemen. This week. 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"pete carroll tom brady" Discussed on a16z
"Hi, everyone. Welcome to six z podcast. I'm subtle and today Marc Inari doing another one of our book, author episodes were interviewing any Duke who's a professional poker player and World Series champ. And is the author of thinking in bets which is just out in paperback today the subtitle of the book is making smarter decisions. When you don't have all the facts, which actually applies to startups and companies of all sizes and ages, quite frankly, I mean, basically any business or new product line operating under conditions of great uncertainty, which I'd argue is my definition of a startup and innovation. So that will be the frame for this episode, and he's also working on her next book right now and founded how I decide dot org, which brings together various stakeholders to create a national education movement around decision education empowering students to also be better decision makers. So anyway, Mark, and I interview her about all sorts of things in and beyond her book going from investing to business to life, but any begins with a thought experiment, even though neither of us really know that much about football. So what I'd love to do is kind of. Throw a dot experiment at you guys. So that we can have a discussion about this. So I know you guys don't know a lot about football. But this one's pretty easy. You're gonna be able to feel this one which is do the start experiment p Carol calls for marshawn Lynch taxi run the ball. So we're we're betting on someone. We know is really good. Well, they're all really good. But we're betting on the play that everybody's expected default. This is rational the assumed rational thing to do. Right. So he has Russell Wilson handed off to marshawn Lynch marshawn Lynch goes to barrel through the line. He fails. Now, they call the time out. So now, they stopped the clock. They get another play now. And the hand the ball off to marshawn Lynch what everybody expects marshawn Lynch again attempts to get through that line. And he fails end of game patriots went my question to you is are the headlines. The next day that worse call in Super Bowl history. Is Chris Collins were saying, I can't believe the call. I can't believe the call or. Is he saying something more like that's why the patriots are so good? They're line is so great. That's the patriots line that we've come to see this whole season. This will seal Bella Czech's place in history. It would have all been about the patriots. So let's sort of divide things into like, we can either say the outcomes are due to skill or luck and lock in. This particular case is going to be anything that has nothing to do with p Carol, and we can agree that the patriots line doesn't have anything to do with Pete Carol. Bella check doesn't have anything to do with Pete Carroll. Tom Brady doesn't have anything to do with Pete Carroll as their ceiling their fifth Super Bowl victory. So what we can see there's two different routes to failure here. One route to failure you get resulting. And basically what resulting is is that retrospectively once you have the outcome of a decision once there's a result. It's really really hard to work backwards from that single outcome to try to figure out what the decision quality is. This is just very hard for us to do. They say, oh my gosh the outcome. Was so bad this. This is clearly I'm going to put that right into the skill bucket. This is because of Pete Carroll's on doing. But in the other case, they're like, oh, you know, there's uncertainty. What could you do weird? Right. Okay. So you can kind of take that you can say a ha now, we can sort of understand some things like, for example, people have complained for a very long time that in the NFL they have been very very slow to adopt. What the analytic say that you should be adopting. Right. And even though now we've got some movement on fourth down calls when are you going for two point conversions and things like that? They're still nowhere close to where they're supposed to be. Don't make the plays correspond to the statistical probability is in fact, the analytic so that if you're on your own one yard line and its fourth down, you should go for it. No matter what the reason for that is if you kick it you're only Bill to kick to midfield. So the other team has basically almost guaranteed three points. Anyway. So you're supposed to just try to get the try to get the yards. Like when have you ever seen a team on their own one yard line hunt? Fourth down be like, yeah. Let's go for it. That does not happen. Okay. So we know that they've been like super slow to do what the analysts say is is correct. And so you sit here, and you go why is that? And that thought experiment really tells you why because we're all human beings. We all understand that there are certain times when we don't allow uncertainty to bubble up to the surface as they explanation, and there are certain times than we do. And it seems to be that we do when we have this kind of consensus around the decision. There's other ways we got there. And so okay, if I'm a human decision maker, I'm going to. Choose the path where I don't get yelled at. Yeah. Exactly. So basically, we can kind of walk back, and we can say we allowing the uncertainty to bubble to surface. And this is going to be the first step to kind of understanding what really slows innovation down, what really slows adoption of of what we might know is good decision making because we have conflicting interests right making the best decision for the long run or making the best decision to keep us out of a room where we're we're getting judge or possibly fired. So can let me propose the framework that I use to the methods to see if you agree with it. So it'd be two by two grid, and it's consensus versus not consensus, and it's right versus wrong. And the way we think about it. At least our business is basically consensus right is fine consensus consensus right is fine. In fact, generally, you could call genius. Yes. Consensus wrong is fine. Because you you just have ever, you know, this is the same mistake. Everybody else. Matthieu alibi? Knock consensus wrong is really bad radioactivity bad. Right. And so and then and then as a concept. Of that. And maybe this consider innovation stuff that that you'll be talking about. But as a consequence of that there are only two scripts for talking about people operating in the non consensus, directions one script. Is there a genius because it went right, and the other is there a complete moron because I went wrong is that does that. That's that's exactly that's exactly right. And I think that the problem here is that what is right and wrong mean in your to buy to wrong, and right is really this just a turn out Weller. Now, this is where we really get into this problem. Because now what people are doing is. They're trying to swat the outcomes away. And they understand just as you said that on that consensus wrong, you will have like a cloak of invisibility over you like you don't have to deal with it. Right. So let's think about other things besides consensus. So consensus is one way to do that, especially when you have like complicated cost benefit analyses going into it. I don't think that people when they're getting a car are actually doing any kind of calculation. About what the cost benefit analysis is to their own productivity versus the danger of something very bad happening to them. Like, what is the society? We've someone's done this calculation. We've all kind of done this together. And so therefore like getting in a car is totally fine. I'm gonna do that. Nobody second guesses anybody. So somebody dies in a car crash. You don't say one of moron for getting in a car know another way that we can get there is through transparency. So if the decision is pretty transparent another way to get there is a status quo. So like good status quo example, they like to give because everybody can understand it is you have to get to a plane, and you're with your significant other in the car, and you go through this every couple so you go your usual route like you go the literally this is the route that you've always gone, and there's some sort of accident. There's bad traffic, you missed the plane, and you're mostly probably comforting each other in the car. It's like what could we do, you know? But then you get in the car, and you announced to your significant other. I've got a great shortcut. So let's take the shortcut to the airport and there's same accident. Whatever. Horrible traffic you missed the flight, and that's like that status quo versus not status quo decision. Right. You're going against what's your and comfortable. It's actually if we go back to the car example, when you look at what the reaction is to a pedestrian dying because of an autonomous vehicle versus because of a human were very very harsh with algorithms, for example, if you if you get in a car accident, and you happen to hit a pedestrian that can say something like, you know, what Mark didn't intend to do that. Because I think that I understand your mind is not such a black box to me. So I feel like I have some insight into what your decision might be in some more allowing some of the uncertainty to bubble up there. But if if this blackbox algorithm makes the decision now all of a sudden, I'm like get these cars off the road never mind that the human mind is a black box itself alert. Right. We have some sort of allusion that I understand sort of what's going on. And they're just like I have an illusion. I understand what's going. On in my own brain. And you can actually see this in some of the language around crashes on Wall Street to when you have a crash that comes from human being selling people say things like the market went down today when it's algorithms they say, it's a flash crash. So now, they're sort of pointing out like this is clearly in the skilled category. It's the algorithms fault. We should really have a discussion about algorithm trading. And whether there should be allowed when obviously the mechanism for the market going down the same either way. So now, if we understand that so it's actually your matrix. Now, we can say well, okay. Human beings, understand what's going to get them in the room and pretty much anybody who's, you know, living and breathing in the top levels of business at this point is going to tell you the process process process. I don't care about your outcomes process process process. But then the only time I ever have like an all hands on deck meeting is when something goes wrong. Let's say you're in a real estate investing group, and so you invested in particular property based on your model and the appraisal comes in ten percent lower than what you expected. Like everybody's in a room. Right. You're having a discussion you're all examining the model you're trying to figure out. But what happens when the appraisal comes in ten percent higher than expected is everyone in the room going. What happened here there is the obvious reality? Which is like we don't get paid a process. We get paid out comes Booker players. You don't get hit impresses you could play out compete on outcome. And so there is a incentive there is. It's not completely motionless. There's also a national. There's a real component. Yeah. So two things one is you have to make it very clear to the people who work for you that you understand the outcomes will come from good process that that's number one. And then number two what you have to do is try to align. The fact that as human beings, we tend to be outcome driven to what you want. In terms of getting getting the an individual's risk to align with the enterprise risk because otherwise you're going to get the CYA behavior. And the other thing is that we want to understand if we have the right assessment of risk. So one of the big problems with the praise coming in ten percent who high there could be that your models. Correct. It could be that you could have just a tail result. But it certainly is a trigger for you to go look and say with their risk in this decision that we didn't