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Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

00:27 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

"Devry. He'd run the fighting engineers. Yeah, I mean, I always said, you know, I always thought Steve spurrier basically just stood around in a lesbian golf hat with that look on his face. That grimace that. Yeah, well, you know, Steve Berger won the Heisman Trophy. What? When all the black guys were in Vietnam. But my favorite football coach of all time is Bobby bowden not because he's a tremendous winner because he is a tremendous loser. Yeah. Coach you sucked out there today. We do it, we do it. We got good kids. Good keys. A quarterback couldn't keep nothing on his stomach. That's a white stuff on his pants second half.

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Super Bowl opening night returns with energetic atmosphere

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Super Bowl opening night returns with energetic atmosphere

"The NFC champion eagles and AFC champ chase both come in with identical 14 and three records, eagles quarterback Jalen hurts says he looks forward to the showdown with Patrick Mahomes for many reasons, including the fact it's the first time both starting signal collars or African American. Think about all the rich history in this game. You know, and to be a part of such an historic event, they store it moment. Especially especially, you know, and it's been so many quarterbacks before me, including pat. Before me, that laid the foundation for me to have this opportunity. It's also a showdown between eagles center, Jason Kelce and his brother, Kansas City tight end, Travis. George Tanner, Phoenix

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Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on The Lead

The Lead

02:25 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on The Lead

"To say to you. Nothing for him is just comes down to intentionality, the decision makers, making an effort to create relationships with diverse candidates because that's the only way that he got a job in the first place. He was the guy that had several hair coaching interviews and didn't get a job early on in his coaching career. But what changed things for him was the NFL kind of had one of those networking events where candidates get had an opportunity to meet owners and decision makers. And he met the Spaniards family from the Chargers, and they ended up elevating him to a position as their defensive coordinator, and then when Jerry Richardson was making the hire for the Panthers head coaching job, like a decade ago now, I guess, if they call family and install what they thought about Rivera. And that relationship really is what helped him get that head coaching job and then from there, obviously he had success and that's what got him the commander's job, but he would have never had a chance to have that success if he didn't have that relationship. It's really as simple as making an effort to make those relationships and get to know these people and get comfortable enough to wear when it comes time to make a hire. You're not taking a swing on somebody who's a stranger to you. The league has brought back some of those programs. We saw at this past off season this sort of had one of those owner meet and greets with candidates and they're expanding the Rooney rule to apply to coordinators now and requiring teams to interview more candidates for head coaching jobs. And so we'll see if these programs work. This isn't going to be something that is fixed overnight at any level. It's going to take years and years and years for it to get course corrected if it does get course corrected. It's also hard to tell you who is there just for show and who was there actually trying to network and make genuine connections with people who they might hire. It's hard to read people's minds or read their hearts in that way. And so I think you ultimately just have to come back to actions and seeing what the results are. And that'll tell, you know, moving forward in the years to come. All right, let's step back for a minute here to Sean. I imagine this is something that you'll be talking about in your show. Back in the summer of 2020, after the killing of George Floyd, there was what felt like a watershed moment for the NFL. We at the national football league condemn racism and the systematic oppression of black people. There was that famous video of Roger Goodell sort of falling on the sword and saying we the NFL were wrong for not supporting black players who have spoken out against systemic racism. If I recall, he actually encouraged peaceful protests. We, the National Football League, believe Black Lives Matter. I personally protest with you and want to be part of the much needed change in this country. think things have changed if at all since then? Does it now feel like that was kind of a fleeting moment and we're back to the way things were? Definitely still to be determined. I mean, it seems like players are skeptical is what I would say. I wouldn't even say cautiously optimistic. I would say skeptical because something that Devin McCourty talked about is he thinks it's important that these things remain player led. It's become sort of corporate in terms of how the NFL is pushing it with inspired change and a decals and the messages on the fields and things that had nature and they're sort of trying to steer the ship and it kind of comes off as getting some good PR, but something he said is and it's not just about donating X amount of dollars. It's like, what are you specifically donating that to? What sort of organizations are you helping? What sort of work are you doing community involvement? There's not as much faith in the NFL to know what they're doing on that front because why would you have faith? They've never done it. They've never shown to care that much about doing it and all of a sudden, when we see pretty much every major corporation that there is, you know, they became social justice warriors in the summer of 2020. Naturally, you're just going to look at it with some skepticism. And so what he McCourty in particular in other players like Doug Baldwin and et cetera, they think is important for the people who have lived through it and have walked it to have a voice. And not just as active players, but once they're the makeup of the league office, becoming more diverse. And so we'll see, but the NFL definitely is an approving ground space where it's nice that they've suddenly started to cure the last couple of years, but that's not enough. So to Sean, let's just bring this back to the reason we got together to talk about this in the first place this weekend. Patrick Mahomes, Jalen hurts. It is a historic moment. I'm just curious your thoughts and reflections on that match up. Yeah, I think the thing that sticks with me is it's not unexpected Patrick Mahomes being passionate mahomes. I mean, he's made it to far straight AFC championship games and three super bowls in his first 6 seasons. I mean he's only played at outside of Tom Brady, but even Jalen hurts. He was an MVP candidate the entire year until he got hurt. Offensive player to your candidate and they're different too. Like Patrick Mahomes is like, he's his legs, but he's almost like the prototypical drop back passer, whereas Jalen hurts is that type of quarterback that you saw get critiqued in the past. You know, the one that runs a lot. It may not play like Peyton Manning or whoever you want your quarterback to be. And so it's kind of cool, like different types of black quarterbacks too. With different personalities, like Patrick Mahomes is vastly different from Jamie hurts. They're from the same area, but they're completely different types of people with different backgrounds. And so it's an example of the levels they can reach and is also an example that blackness is not a sort of one size fits all thing. Like there's different types of black people in black quarterbacks and we don't have to fit into this mode. For me, it's the biggest thing I kind of took away from it is how normal it feels. That's me just, I mean, I'm 23 years old. It was more so normal for me to have a bunch of black quarterbacks in the league, but for people like my dad who was about to turn 75 or Doug Williams or et cetera who remember it at a time where there weren't any black quarterbacks or they were very few to see this has to be a pretty, almost unbelievable moment for them. All right, well to Sean, thanks as always for joining us and stay safe out there in Vegas. Appreciate it, man. To Sean reads new show is called between the lines. It will be available on the athletic football show podcast feed starting February 14th. Thanks for listening today. This episode was produced by me, Anders kelto, production assistants by desktop one you're at, fact checking by Charlotte Edmonds. Sound design and mixing by Joe Richardson. The rest of our team includes Matt Stroud Tiffany osinski, Daniel Gonzalez, Aaron May and Ian Hurley, the lead is executive produced by Dave Easton, Marshall Louis and Jen Sargent for wondery. For wondering, I'm under skeletal. Let's talk to you on Friday. Hey, prime members, you can listen to the lead, ad free on Amazon music. Downloaded the Amazon music app today. Or you can listen ad free with 1° plus an Apple podcast. And before you go, tell us about yourself by completing a short survey at wondery dot com slash survey. Decades before Anna dalvi began scamming her way into high society, Christian Carl gerhardt's writer was infiltrating America's most elite circles with little more than a fake name and a lot of charm. Bold, ruthless, and willing to kill gerhardt's writer embarked on a caper across the West Coast, successfully evading the FBI for decades. 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Is Tom Brady the GOAT?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 2 d ago

Is Tom Brady the GOAT?

"From Santa Barbara has a question Charlie, what do you think of Tom Brady is he the greatest of all time? So there's some questions that honestly don't even need to be debated, but amazingly, this guy who gets paid to spew nonsense on television. What's his name never heard of him before? Mike Francesca, I never heard of him. Says, no, I mean, Tom Brady's overrated. Play cut one 12th. Tom Brady made himself great. He wasn't great. He was in great in college. He lost his job, which is what fueled them his whole life. He's the most competitive person anybody has ever met. And he worked harder than anybody ever to be this good. He made himself this good. He didn't he didn't start out that way. He was drafted lady at a terrible body. He took him time to do it. He's not the best regular season quarterback I've ever seen, Peyton Manning was. He's not the best Super Bowl quarterback whoever lived Joe Montana is. What he is, though, is the guy who played the longest, and he won the most games. He won the most Super Bowl, so he will be remembered because nobody's going to play 23 years, and nobody's probably ever going to have a chance to win that many super bowls. It's almost impossible to do. He was in the right place with the right coach and he was that competitive, so is he the greatest of all time or not, Mike? Right place right time he's absolutely nothing, okay? So basically his argument is that he's a system quarterback. I mean, not only does Brady have the most career passing touchdowns, most career passing yards, most career completions, most career wins as a starting quarterback, most seasons with 4000 or more passing yards, but he also has won the most super bowls. 7, is it really 7 that's so hard to believe? 7 super bowls? The first football game I ever remember watching as a human being. Was Tom Brady versus the greatest show on turf.

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Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on The Lead

The Lead

00:56 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on The Lead

"See is that race makes a difference. Okay, so you talked about this sort of halo effect for quarterbacks who make the Pro Bowl and how that halo effect plays out differently over time for white QBs versus black QBs. Dave, you've also written about a similar effect when it comes to the NFL Draft. So tell us about that. But it is the case that if you're a number one pick, if you're a top draft pick, that will stay with you as a white quarterback far longer than they'll stay with you as a black quarterback. In terms of pay in terms of pay in terms of the Pro Bowl and in terms of the draft, there's the halo effect for white quarterbacks that persist. So this halo effect just stays with them and with the black quarterback, that vanishes a lot faster. And so with the white quarterback that magic stays with them, you're more likely to make up an excuse for what happened for the white quarterback. With the black quarterback you blamed the black quarterback. You look how long the Giants kept with Jones. I mean, I mean, he's been there how long now is was fourth year, 5th year? And he's never played all that well. And they just kept giving him another chance and another chance and another chance. And history tells us with a black quarterback, they would have given up a lot faster. They would have said, this isn't working. You're not winning. And we need somebody else. And with the white quarterback, they're more likely to be saying something like, hey, if we surround him with better talent, we'll get a different outcome. Well, I got news for you. That's true for all courts. You surround him with better talent. You'll get a different outcome. It seems like part of the problem here isn't just people's biases. It also has to do with the way that quarterbacks in the NFL are rated and evaluated. The quarterback passer rating system, which was developed many decades ago and is still used today. It only considers passing, running by a quarterback is not taken into account. Dave, can you talk about that rating system and how it correlates with race? Well, what we see with quarterbacks is that if they're black, they tend to run. Running does matter, it does make a difference if your quarterback can actually move. And so there is a benefit to running with the football and black quarterbacks do this a lot more than white quarterbacks do. And Peyton Manning basically his whole career took the ball from center, took a few steps and through the ball. And that was it. That's the level of effort he was going to be making here. And if they came running at him, he would either throw the ball away or get stacked. It was like, I'm not going anywhere. I'm just going to do this. And there are quarterbacks that are much more mobile, and they are harder to handle. So when we look at salaries, we would expect, well, if you're doing something that actually helps me win, I should pay you for that. Well, no. Running with the football does not get you more pay as a quarterback. And because it's the black quarterbacks that are predominantly doing that, that means black quarterbacks are doing something. They don't get paid for. There are white quarterbacks who do run, you know, Steve Young ran, and there's other quarterbacks who run. Josh Allen runs. They also don't get paid to do that. But it is the case that if you're looking at who runs more often it is black quarterbacks to run more often. You know, all this makes me wonder, Dave, if there's an opportunity for NFL coaches and GMs here, that if they could learn to recognize their own biases and work against them, that they might end up having an advantage over other teams. Do you think that that's something that could happen or something that has happened in the NFL? It is the case. And football history that that's true. So the NFL was actually a whites only league. It was initially not. It was integrated from 1920 to 1933. But then in 1933, under the leadership of the owner of not surprisingly, the Washington Redskins, they decided to make it a whites only league, that was in 33. And it remained white's only until 1946 and the reason why it integrated is because the Cleveland rams wanted to move Los Angeles. They wanted to move into Los Angeles coliseum and the mayor and the city council in Los Angeles said if you don't integrate your team, you can't use our coliseum. And suddenly the rams integrated their team. And then other teams slowly did this, the Redskins were the last to do this. What the American football league did, and they started in 1961 or so. They were much more inclined to hire African Americans to be their players, which is why when you get to the end of the 60s, in the first two super bowls, the NFL seems to dominate, but after that, they didn't, because the AFL had integrated faster than the NFL. And they ended up winning super bowls. Because people were convinced. I mean, they were pretty sure the NFL in the 1960s had been around for 40 years. The AFL had been around for 5 or 6 years and people were sure the NFL is the better league. Well, the AFL caught up very quickly because they integrated much faster. And the same thing happened in baseball, baseball teams seem to do better in the 1950s that integrated faster. And so it is the case that if you're looking to hire talent, you can take advantage of people's biases. I believe Warren Buffett has said this that he tends to hire women because women are undervalued in the market. And so that's an advantage. All right, well, Dave, let's bring this conversation back to the place that started. This weekend, Patrick Mahomes will take on Jalen hurts and the Super Bowl. This is an historic moment, two black quarterbacks meeting in the Super Bowl for the first time. What do you make of that? What does it say in your mind about the NFL in 2023? Well, we do know that there were two black coaches in the Super Bowl, what was that? 15 years ago, and how much progress we make after that. None. We did not see a change in the evaluation of blackhead coaches for his wife at coaches. So it is an historic moment. It's great. But is it going to change systematic thinking about this? That remains to be seen. The other thing I would add to that is we want to say blacks and whites are treated the same. I want to see a black Peyton Manning. I want to see a black quarterback that just makes decisions and never moves. I'm just going to take the snap. I'm going to make a decision, and that's all I'm giving you. And if somebody's rushing me, I'm either going to fall down or throw the ball away, but I'm not an athlete, I'm a quarterback. Is there a black quarterback that's ever fit that definition? I don't think so. Thanks so much for joining us today and breaking all this down. Sure. It was fun. Okay, coming up. Deshaun Reed of the athletic tells us about his conversations with current and former NFL players and executives about what it means to be black in the NFL today. Eating well is always top of mind this time of year and our sponsor HelloFresh is here to help you eat better by delivering fresh ingredients and easy recipes right to your door. Taking the hassle out of dinnertime. HelloFresh now has 40 weekly recipes to choose from so you can say goodbye to your recipe rut and treat yourself and your family to exciting new flavors every week. My favorite part might be their pre portioned ingredients and easy to follow recipe cards. 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Balloon bickering over Biden's actions, China's intentions

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 d ago

Balloon bickering over Biden's actions, China's intentions

"There's political bickering in Washington over the Biden administration's response to the Chinese surveillance balloon that flew over parts of the U.S. for days. Never should have been allowed to complete its mission. Many Republicans, like Ohio congressman Mike Turner on the House intelligence committee, say the administration was too slow to act. Taking it down over the Atlantic is sort of like the quarterback sort of like tackling the quarterback after the game is over. On NBC's meet the press. He says the surveillance balloon should have been taken out long before it neared sensitive sites, like nuclear silos in Montana. Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer on WABC says The White House handled it properly, waiting until the device was over water. We protected civilians. We gained more intelligence while protecting our own sensitive information. He says intelligence officials will be briefing lawmakers, and it's premature to criticize a cautious response, adding there were similar balloon missions during the Trump administration. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on The Lead

The Lead

01:01 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on The Lead

"To be on the world stage, and have two black quarterbacks, start on the Super Bowl. I think it's special. And the guys that came before me and jaylen set the stage for this and now I'm just glad that we can kind of set the stage for guys that are the kids that are coming up now. That's cheese quarterback Patrick Mahomes talking about the history that he and eagles quarterback Jalen hurts will make this weekend as they become the first two black QBs to square off in a Super Bowl. Many are calling it a sign of progress for a position that has historically been hugely biased against black players. But just how much progress has actually been made. Today, sports economist David Barry explains the ways in which black quarterbacks are still undervalued and shortchanged. Then, the athletics to Sean Reed joins us to discuss his new podcast, which explores what it means to be black in the NFL today. From wondery, I'm Andres kelto, it's Wednesday, February 8th, and this is the lead. Dave Barry, welcome to the lead. Thanks for having me. So Dave often at the beginning of interviews like this, I will say what our guest does and it's usually something like they cover the Lakers or very senior football writer. But I'm not gonna do that for you instead. Could you explain what you do? I am a economics professor at southern Utah university. What I teach is primarily sports and gender issues and history and as little supply and demand graphs I can get away with. So I've done a lot of research on sports through the books on sports, I've written a lot for the popular media on sports, so I've written for The New York Times and Forbes and the Atlantic and other places like that. And there's a small population of us out there that do this kind of research. Yeah, so teaching economics without anyone realizing that they're learning economics in a way. That is the objective. I find it works a lot better if you don't tell them what they're learning. All right, well, you have studied and written about the issue that we are diving into in our show today, and that is the way that black quarterbacks in the NFL have been undervalued throughout the history of the NFL. And you know, it might seem like a kind of counterintuitive time to talk about this because as you know, we're about to have two black quarterbacks square off against each other in the Super Bowl for the very first time. So there are signs of progress there. But Dave first, can you just lay out for us? Historically, what has the quarterback position in the NFL looked like and how has that changed over time? Historically, it has been entirely white. The very first African American quarterbacks are late 19 60s with Marlon Briscoe and the AFL. And then the NFL, a couple in the early 70s, Joe Gilliam was one of them. And so you have a few. It wasn't until the early 1990s that, as many as 5 of the quarterbacks who played, at least a hundred plays in the season, so that would be about three games. Early 1990s 5 of those in one season happened to be black. That's the history of progress, right? So then we get to the end of the 90s and it appears a lot of progress. The number doubles. We get to close to 11 out of the 40 are black. And then 11 is the peak. And then in 2021, we get to 16 out of 45. So that's an increase in 5. And then in 2022, which is just this last season, it goes back to 15. And so in that sense, we've had a tiny bit of progress in the last two years, although it is still the case. The NFL is 70% black and only one third of the quarterbacks are black. And what do both conventional wisdom, I guess, and research tell us about why there are so few black quarterbacks in the NFL. And sort of why that number has stagnated. Well, the basic story is the decision makers are predominantly white. So the head coaches tend to be white, the offensive coordinators tend to be white. The owners tend to be white. And people tend to hire people who look like them. And it goes back to, you know, one of the original prejudices about black quarterbacks and white quarterbacks as well, right? Because black quarterbacks typically were hired as athletes, but not considered. And this was said by a lot of people in football, we don't think they're smart enough to handle this position. And that's where the racism came out. And I don't know that we've gotten away from that entirely. That we tend to look at white quarterbacks as being smart and black quarterbacks as being athletic. All right, well, Dave, let's dive into exactly how this double standard for black and white quarterbacks actually plays out nowadays. You have written about how the way that quarterbacks are scrutinized is impacted by their race, so explain what you found on that front. How well you play in football depends a lot on who you have around you. Tom Brady this year in Aaron Rodgers both discovered when their receivers weren't as good, suddenly you're not as good anymore. Player performance for quarterbacks is very erratic. The question is, how do I react when inevitably every quarterback has a bad game or a bad month or even a bad year? How do I react to that? And what we see is with white quarterbacks, the attitude is, well, I think they're still good. And with black quarterbacks, the attitude is, I think I need somebody else. And that's not an uncommon story in the race literature is that it's not just enough to hire people. It depends on how you treat them in the job. And if your attitude is with the white person, you're going to overlook problems and with the black person, you're not going to overlook problems. Well, then you're going to have very different outcomes in the labor market. And that's what we see both in sports and out of sports. Is that people get evaluated very differently depending upon their race and their gender and other issues as well. I was going to say, I believe you've written about how that's a trend that expands well beyond the football field. It mirrors what we see in society at large. Yes, exactly. Let's talk about how this double standard also extends to money. If I understand this correctly, Dave, your research has shown that the amount of money a quarterback makes can be impacted by their race, lay out exactly what your research has shown. So one of the things that we found in our research is if an NFL quarterback is white and he goes to the Pro Bowl, that Pro Bowl appearance has an effect on their salary many years later. For black quarterbacks, it tends to die out pretty quickly. Once a couple of bad seasons happen, people forget the Pro Bowl experience. And they're like, I don't know that there are any good. You're like, well, you still think that guy's good. What happened with that one? And they get a second chance and a third chance, and we do this over and over again. And with the black quarterback, not as likely to get under the chance. And you see the same thing in the coaching, right? White coaches get recycled. Over and over again, they keep showing up. And black coaches are like, well, we gave you a shot, and you didn't win 7 super bowls in a row, so we're not sure. I don't know that most Americans who follow football understand that Mike Tomlin has been with the Steelers this long and just never seems to have a losing season, right? What would happen if Mike Tomlin had a couple of losing seasons? It really is, I'm willing to let you do the job, but you have to be excellent all the time for you to keep doing it. I think it was John Thompson that put it that way. He said when he was coaching Georgetown to winning all the time. He said, I would really love to have the opportunity to be totally mediocre at this. What if I just wasn't any good at this? What if I only one half my games? Would I still keep my job and the answer is no, I wouldn't. It's a different level of evaluation who you're going to give a benefit of the doubt to because often an evaluations you have to do that, right? It's not clear cut in a lot of things that this person is better than that person. So the question is, how do you look at murky information or decide I'm going to keep this person? I'm not going to keep this person. And

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Tom Brady Retires... Again

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:37 min | 5 d ago

Tom Brady Retires... Again

"To the final segment today. I think we're going to take into and it is also again New York Post play this out very well. If you're looking at it, it says we miss you, Tommy. And this is the retirement of Tom Brady for the second time. I run it, not an ironically, I think he probably planned this. It came on the same day he retired last year. Oh, weird. Who would have thought Tom? Look, the post has had some incredible front pages on Tom Brady over the years and some good something bad. I mean, I was going back through some of these James and looking at and frankly, I'd almost forgotten about the flight gate. You know, of course. The balls and anything going by my brain. Anyway, Tom Brady retired. I think he will retire this year. I think he, I think, probably in, you know, look, I'm not getting anybody else's business, you know, for that matter, but you wonder if he really at the end of this year thought, well, maybe should have done it. Hindsight is 2020, hot dog. Yeah. Every month. But now he is, you know, the rumor, you know, again, he's got a ten year already signed contract with fathers. I mean, 375 million or something like that. This is to show you this is interesting. He's the greatest quarterback of all time. I mean, player, you know, that goes. Of course. He might like 324 million playing football. He's gonna make 375 million and I was total in his football career, 20 something years. He's gonna make ten year prior to 375 million sitting in a booth with Fox and he's never been in the booth before. Yeah, I mean, this is like. But don't you feel, I mean, don't you just know Greg Olsen's like saying, really, man? Really? Yeah. You know? Well, first of all, Greg Olson got his shot on the big stage and he blew it. Was a disaster. But he's been Greg Olsen's fun. He's actually from my neck of the Woods. They play, we used to get our tails handed to us in football by them. I think it was Wayne in northern Holland. I don't know. But this is what I think today, because Tom Brady says he's not Russian of the booth, right? He wants to spend time with his kids and all the other lies he's telling. Because he can take a gap year. I mean, it's open to whenever he wants to come. I mean, isn't that crazy? Yeah, a contractor just whenever you want to show up. Yeah, somebody calls me up and be like, hey, any time you want to show up, here's your tears, $10 million. $365 million for ten years. You're like, okay, cool. I'll see you in a couple years. I'm going to take some time off. That's like winning the lottery and then saying, why don't you just hold my ticket for a couple of months?

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Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:42 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "quarterback" discussed on Mark Levin

"Breaks in. WBC news time 1104 media day at the Super Bowl, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is using their loss in the Super Bowl two years ago as motivation. You lose and that's the only thing you have in the locker room after is a terrible feeling because you're so close to your ultimate prize. And so you take motivation from that and try to do whatever you can to make sure you have that winning feeling because that's one that you can have forever as well. Someone asked mahomes if he made plans for Valentine's Day. But yeah, I'll make sure to make plans now. I appreciate you reminding me. Eagles quarterback Jalen hurts is excited and honored to be part of the first Super Bowl to feature two African American quarterbacks. Like I said, this is a very historic moment. It's historic. And for everyone that is late, the foundation before me, it's transcended. Next

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Tom Brady retires at 45, insisting this time it's 'for good'

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Tom Brady retires at 45, insisting this time it's 'for good'

"Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has announced his retirement if this sounds familiar, Brady announced at the end of last season he was retiring. I won't be long winded. Like you only get one super emotional retirement essay and I use mine up last year. The 45 year old has won 7 super bowls over a 23 year career. I really thank you guys so much to every single one of you for supporting me. My family, my Friends, my teammates, my competitors. Brady and model Gisele Bündchen finalized their divorce this past fall. He was picked 199th in the 2000 draft by the New England Patriots behind 6 other quarterbacks three kickers and a punter. Thank you guys for allowing me to live my absolute dream. I wouldn't change the thing. Tom Brady has signed a deal with Fox as a TV analyst once he retires. I'm Ed Donahue

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The latest in sports

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01:00 min | Last week

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm check Freeman. Turns out San Francisco quarterback Brock purdy suffered a serious elbow injury when he went down to the NFC championship game in the first quarter against Philadelphia this past Sunday, purdy suffered a torn ulnar collateral ligament, but could return in time for training camp, didn't take long for former Dallas cowboy offensive coordinator Kellen Moore to find a job. He's taken over the same position with the LA chargers. In the NBA, Luka Dutch has the latest to hit for a big dubber. He knocked in 53 as Dallas won over Detroit one 11 one O 7, Orlando, rallied from a 21 point first quarter deficit, and they beat Philadelphia on the road one 19 one O 9. A couple of intriguing college basketball games down in Texas as Texas tech overcame a 23 point second half deficit forced overtime at one over number 13 Iowa state 80 to 77 and a matchup of two top 25s number ten Texas held on over number 11 Baylor 76 71. And the NHL, the Vancouver connects traded their captain Bo horvat to the New York islanders. Check Freeman. AP sports.

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Kudos to the Eagles and Chiefs, Headed to the Super Bowl

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

Kudos to the Eagles and Chiefs, Headed to the Super Bowl

"Kudos to the NFL Super Bowl bound teams. I'm big matchup underway. Super Bowl, what does that February the 12th, I guess? The eagles headed into Super Bowl 57. Bengals got beat and the Bengals got beat, arguably. Due to a lot of lousy officiating. I always hate it because in another life I used to be a sports official back in the day, many, many years ago, another lifetime ago I used to be a high school basketball and small college basketball official and I was a college baseball umpire. In fact, one of my dearest friends is field and culprit, who's a major league umpire and there's a fraternity among sports officials. There's a camaraderie that's hard to sometimes hard to describe. So I always hurt for officials when I see them screw up, but boy, was there some lousy officiating last night in the Bengals, Kansas City game. Wow. But then, of course, at the end of the game, what a heartbreak that the Bengals wound up really probably losing on an unnecessary roughness penalty. The guy was out of the quarterback or whoever it was was run with the ball out of bounds. And a late hit on the Bengals,

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Patrick Mahomes plays through ankle sprain, leads Chiefs to third Super Bowl in four years

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last week

Patrick Mahomes plays through ankle sprain, leads Chiefs to third Super Bowl in four years

"Be done. Greg eklund was that the chief's Bengals nail biter. 45 yard field goal by kicker Harrison butker with three seconds left in the game gave the Kansas City Chiefs a 23 to 20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, played with a high ankle sprain and attributed his success to the chief's training staff. At the end of the game there, I had to run to get the first down and got us into fill Lorraine. So credit to them. And then just trying to stay on it and we have two more weeks. So we got to keep doing it. The Super Bowl will have a bit of a sibling rivalry, as chiefs tight end Travis Kelce tries to take a Super Bowl from brother Jason, the eagle center. You won't see me talking too much trash because of how much respect on how much I love my brother, but it's definitely going to be a, it's going to be an emotional game. That's for sure. Bengals quarterback Joe burrow says they just didn't do enough when it mattered. He's got to find ways and it

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Chiefs top Bengals 23-20 on last-second kick for AFC title

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Chiefs top Bengals 23-20 on last-second kick for AFC title

"45 yard field goal by kicker Harrison butker with three seconds left in the game gave the Kansas City Chiefs a 23 to 20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, played with a high ankle sprain and attributed his success to the chief's training staff. At the end of the game there, I had it run to get the first down and got us into fill Lorraine. So credit to them. And then just trying to stay on it and we have two more weeks. So we got to keep doing it. Mahomes and the chiefs. Also, benefited from an unnecessary roughness penalty that moved the ball into field goal range. Greg iklin, Kansas City

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Hurts, Eagles soar into Super Bowl, rout 49ers for NFC title

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Hurts, Eagles soar into Super Bowl, rout 49ers for NFC title

"Touchdowns propel the eagles to the NFC championship with a 31 7 win over the forty-niners, mile Sanders had two scoring runs. The second book of 7 7 time for the birds who gained their fourth Super Bowl appearance. I wanted to demand respect and do whatever I can to help the team get to the Super Bowl. I promise that when I first got drafted here, I recorded like black party left the game with an elbow injury that had to return, went back up quarterback Josh Johnson, suffered a concussion. This felt like really a lot of just shocks all over from my elbow down to my wrist front and back, just pain. Christian McCaffrey had a touchdown run for San Francisco. Michael luongo, Philadelphia

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"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

04:48 min | Last week

"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

"And we all are like, oh my God, you can't do that to the packers. What the fuck are the ravens doing to Patrick? I mean, Lamar Jackson right now. It's like the same sort of thing and we just have become accustomed to accepting it. And it just bothers me and Aaron Rodgers is not the perfect symbol, obviously. But I enjoy watching him like flip the pack the whole packers organization flapping in the wind. It makes me happy. Do your thing, Aaron. You want to be on management, you want to be pro management. Everybody who actually has done any, I don't even know what he's done that's that bad for management. He's telling them to make the team better. They paid him to $58 million. His deal. Rocks. What's bad for management? And at least the arguments that I hear is like, you're non committal, which makes it harder for them to make decisions. That's why you lost Adams because you are noncommittal. They've bent over backwards to accommodate your whims and you gave you a big contract and now you're like maybe somewhere else like those arguments are out there. I don't know why you act like you haven't heard them. I just think those arguments are stupid because I actually don't think that he did it. I don't think what he's done to the packers organization is any different than any player trying to win. He's not like refusing to play. He hasn't demanded a trade. He wants to put a good roster around him. To be that's like, you get into the player the player empowerment discussion. That's like the really positive part of player empowerment. It's not like making a worse product is making a better product on the field. It's making it more interesting product and it's using your leverage to give yourself a better chance to win. It's not like it's not like NBA players sitting at a random Tuesday or switching teams every off season.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Brown tree. We started the NBA where Milwaukee won again, Giannis Antetokounmpo put up 33 points as the bucks topped a Denver team playing without Nikola Jokić one O 7 99. Elsewhere the 76ers beat Brooklyn in a high scoring affair one 37 one 33. Tyrese Maxie had 27 off the bench for Philly. And the warriors beat Memphis one 22 one 20 as Steph Curry put up 34 points for Golden State. On the college hardwood, fort Frank Tennessee blew out Georgia's 70 41 behind 11 points and 7 assists from zakai ziegler 13th ranked Xavier top 19th ranked Yukon 82 79. On the ice Toronto dropped the rangers three two, Mitch marner scored the OT winner for the Maple Leafs. Carolina beat Dallas also three two in OT. And in the NFL chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes says he is, quote, good to go for Sunday's AFC championship game against Cincinnati following a high ankle sprain and Kansas City's divisional round win over Jacksonville this past Sunday. I'm Josh Brown tree, AP sports.

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Bengals return to AFC championship after 27-10 rout of Bills

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bengals return to AFC championship after 27-10 rout of Bills

"For the second straight year, the Cincinnati Bengals will be traveling to Kansas City to face the chiefs in the AFC championship game. The Bengals come to buffalo and wind decisively 27 to ten. Joe burrow tossed a pair of touchdowns as the Bengals raced out to a 14 zero first quarter lead and would not look back. Quarterback Josh Allen and a buffalo through for 265 yards and an interception in the loss. It's the second straight year that the bills bow out in the divisional round. Geneva taglia, Orchard park, New York

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Hurts, Eagles pound Giants early, coast to NFC title game

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hurts, Eagles pound Giants early, coast to NFC title game

"Eagles are able to get the jump in the first half as they were able to save the Giants for a 38 7 win in the NFC divisional playoff quarterback Jalen hurts or pair of first quarter touchdown passes. He also had a 5 yard touchdown run with 43 seconds to go in the second quarter that enabled the birds to advance to the NFC championship game for the first time since 2017. We did a really good job of executing and you know we put a good one together. That's an all faces all three phases. So it's always great to start fast. Matt burrito had a touchdown run for the Giants. Michael Luang girl Philadelphia

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Chiefs, led by hobbled Mahomes, beat Jags 27-20 in playoffs

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chiefs, led by hobbled Mahomes, beat Jags 27-20 in playoffs

"Olympic Patrick Mahomes in a pair of late takeaways carried the chiefs to a 27 20 win over the Jaguars, putting Kansas City in the AFC title game for the 5th straight season. Mahomes missed most of the second quarter after Jags pass Russia Arden key landed on them, but the quarterback led the chiefs on a 75 yard fourth quarter touchdown drive. Mahomes passed for 195 yards and two scores. Travis Kelce had 14 receptions for 98 yards and two TDs. Trevor Lawrence threw for 217 yards, one touchdown, and a late interception for Jacksonville. I'm Dave ferry.

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The latest in the NFL

AP News Radio

04:00 min | 2 weeks ago

The latest in the NFL

"NFL roundup Saturday preview. I'm Dave ferry. Fresh off a biweek, the eagles and chiefs are back on the field Saturday and her favorites to advance to the conference championship games. Philadelphia hosts the Giants of Kansas City entertains the Jaguars. The week off gave eagles quarterback Jalen hurts extra time to rest his spring right shoulder. He missed two games, but was back under center when the eagles beat the Giants 22 16 in week 18. Hertz has respect for the Giants defense. Regardless of what they've done, you know, I think they've done it well. What are they playing man coverage? They do that well, whatever the plan is on coverage, they play that well. So I think for us, it's just on us executing versus them. Hurts was healthy when the eagles handed the Giants their worst loss of the season, 48, 22 and week 14. And now the two teams meet for the third time in 7 weeks, eagles wide receiver AJ Brown says he doesn't see that as an advantage for either team. It doesn't matter how many times you play it. Come down to it. This opportunity and shouldn't be worried about what you did in the past or it doesn't help it doesn't hurt. You got to execute and that's what we find. The Giants were riding high at 7 and two before a two 5 and one finish dropped them to the 6th seed, but New York advanced in the wildcard as Daniel Jones threw for 301 yards and ran for 78 yards in the 31 24 downing of the Vikings. But he faces another challenge playing in front of the hostile eagle fans. It's a divisional game. I think that brings some intensity to it and yeah, I mean, they're known for having a good crowd that supports their team and yeah, so we're prepared for it. We've played there. Coach Brian debal says Jones has grown in his four NFL seasons, although this is their first year together. Dave ball sees Jones as a calming influence who is far removed from the player who went 12 and 25 in his first three years. Players looked to him because he is that consistent voice consistent message and consistent player, how he practices, I think, consistent is probably the best word to use. On paper, the chief's Jaguars game appears to be a potential mismatch, and Jags coach Doug Peterson knows their margin for error is small. For us, it's just a matter of just staying disciplined and trusting what we're doing. And just understand your role within your game plan, right? And just execute each play one at a time. Peterson was a backup quarterback when Reid was head coach of the eagles. And he also was a member of Reid's coaching staff. Reed has been impressed by Jacksonville's improvement this season. They've improved every week, and they have bought it. Doug's done a great job as his coaches have. It takes everybody. So, but he's a nice job with her. A 27, 17 loss in Kansas City left the Jaguars three and 7, but Jacksonville won 6 of its last 7 to win the AFC south, then turned to 27, nothing deficit into a 31 30 win over the Chargers in the wild card round. They advanced to the divisional round despite four first half interceptions by Trevor Lawrence, who also threw for four touchdowns and leading the comeback. I think we scored every drive in the second half, didn't pun again. So, I mean, that's huge, obviously, gives us confidence, and you don't want to do that, but to be able to win a game like that is really, really special. Lawrence has put up good numbers, throwing for 4113 yards and 25 touchdowns. But chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes put up historic numbers, racking up 5250 passing yards and 41 touchdowns for the NFL's number one scoring offense. But the playoffs are an elevated brand of football, according to mahomes. I think you build up for this all season long. The regular season you take it week by week, but you want to be here in the playoffs and you know you're going to play the best football teams in the league and that's what you want to do as a competitor. And so I'm excited to get to go up against a great football team at arrowhead. That's always a good time. As of Friday afternoon, DraftKings had the chiefs at 9 point favorite while the eagles were giving 7 and a half points. Sunday's games have the bills hosting the Bengals before the cowboys visit the forty-niners. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.

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Dak Prescott played the game of his life when the Cowboys needed it most | Opinion

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dak Prescott played the game of his life when the Cowboys needed it most | Opinion

"AP sports. I'm shek Freeman. The Dallas Cowboys dominated in the final game of super wild card weekend, won their first road playoff game since 1995 in a 31 14 trouncing of Tampa. Cowboys quarterback dak Prescott through four touchdown passes, coach Mike McCarthy says Prescott executed the game plan. You know, the play call and we just really stay true to what we wanted to do in here and I guess I thought he played extremely well. In the NBA Jason Tatum with 51 points in Boston's one 31 18 win over Charlotte. 51 is big, but you know, we played as a team. And I think that's what's been really big for us to use 6 or 7 games that we've been winning drew holiday had a season high 35 in Milwaukee knocked off Indiana one 32 one 19. It was Cleveland besting New Orleans one 13 one O three. Steph Curry had 41 in Golden State's one 27 one 18 win over Washington. Memphis won their tenth in a row one 36 one O 6, grizzlies guard John Moran says defense has been the reason. Once we lock in, you know, defensively,

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Prescott outshines Brady, Cowboys dominate Buccaneers 31-14

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Prescott outshines Brady, Cowboys dominate Buccaneers 31-14

"The cowboys finally beat Tom Brady in advance to the NFC divisional round with a 31 14 round of the Buccaneers. Brady had been 7 or no lifetime against Dallas, but he was outplayed by dak Prescott as the cowboys quarterback through for 305 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions. Prescott's third TD pass made it 24 zero just under 5 minutes into the second half. Dalton Schultz had 7 receptions for 95 yards and two touchdowns to help Dallas earn a meeting with a forty-niners next weekend. Brady was 35 of 66 for 351 yards, two touchdowns and one pick. I'm Dave ferry.

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The latest in the NFL

AP News Radio

03:57 min | 3 weeks ago

The latest in the NFL

"NFL playoffs roundup on Dave fairy. The bills barely avoided an upset, blowing a 17 zero lead in trailing by four before defeating the dolphins. Gene Batali was there. The Buffalo Bills get by the Miami Dolphins in the wild card round by a score of 34 31. Bills quarterback Josh Allen through for 352 yards and three touchdowns, he did have two interceptions as well. We did some good things today. And it's a bad thing today, you know? Some stuff to clean up some things to learn from. But we'll grow from it. It's all all that matters of surviving and advancing. Both Stefan Diggs and Gabe Davis went over a hundred yards receiving. Dolphins had the ball late with a fourth and one at midfield. That's when they took a delay of game penalty. And then on the next play, the dolphins would turn it over on downs. Dolphins quarterback Skylar tops and enjoyed the experience of his first playoff game, but would have liked a different outcome. It was awesome, unfortunately we couldn't come out with a win because I felt like our team fought really, really hard today. You could tell there was no quit. And us and walking into this game, nobody gave us a chance at all. And we had a chance to win it. It took 5 playoff games for the road team to earn a victory as Tom maryam reports. The Giants advanced to the divisional rounds of the NFC playoffs by beating the Vikings 31 24. Quarterback Daniel Jones sparked the Giants offense, throwing for 301 yards and two touchdown passes while running for another 78 yards to lead New York toward its first postseason triumph since Super Bowl 46. I think it's a big win for us, obviously big playoff game. I thought we played well. All three phases and did enough to win the game. Saquon Barkley's second touchdown run of the game, midway through the fourth quarter, provided the margin of victory snapping at 24 24 time. The New York defense held legally to Justin Jefferson to just 47 yards receiving. Kirk Cousins is now one in three in the playoffs. With that lone win being the miracle in Minneapolis three years ago. Extremely disappointing to not win the night, didn't see the season end in the way it did. And it hurts, so we didn't make enough place to win. Every play matters so much, and there were many that we'd love to have back. Craig heist was at a classic AFC north battle. Sam humbert's 98 yard touchdown return of a Tyler Huntley fumbled with 1139 to go in the fourth quarter snapped to 17 all tie as the Bengals hung on to beat the ravens 24 to 17. Credit to Logan Wilson punching it out and just being the right place right time. Got a few blocks along the way and I was just worried about getting tracked down and I'm glad I made it to the end zone. Joe burrow threw for a touchdown and ran for another while Raven quarterback Tyler Huntley threw for two scores, but he was also intercepted. His last second pass on fourth down with no time left fell incomplete. The wild card round concludes with the Buccaneers hosting the cowboys. Dallas earned four more wins during the regular season, but Tampa Bay gained home field by winning its division at 8 and 9. Bucks quarterback Tom Brady is seeking an 8th Super Bowl title and knows what it'll take to win on Monday. You're gonna have to make the plays at the end. And it's tough because there's good teams and there's little margin of air. And all these teams are well coached. I got good offenses, good defenses. They got a lot of good playmakers. Those are the best teams that are playing right now and you've got to play good if you want to if you want to advance. Brady is 7 or all time versus the cowboys. Cowboys quarterback dak Prescott is still chasing his first Super Bowl title and has lost three of his four playoff starts. So there's a sense of urgency. We've got to win, obviously every playoff game you go into it, thinking you've got to win, but having the past experiences I've had in the playoffs just understanding the team that we have, what we're capable of doing, being on the road, just know that we got to go in. We've got to stay calm. We've got to stay within ourselves and play our best game. The box defeated the cowboys 19 three on opening week. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.

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"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Than a shout out to me. He has to be saying to all the other people who squabble on their words. Does he do that at the line of scrimmage? That's what I want to know, Todd. Does he go up there? Then this false start, and they're like, you made that sound. I think that's when you do. First and 15. Great. Making these weird noises. There's no other way. Picking up on that. And we didn't edit that in just, you know, that's natural. But it's almost like he's taking a sip from a straw. Play it again, Mark. And whatever that is, I think. Todd, I think Aaron Rodgers giving you a little shout out. It has to be. Why else would you make that sound? It's so bizarre. Zoltan in Florida. Hey, Dan. It's semi hard one 80. I need your advice on a little something. Maybe a cold question. Okay. So I'll move from Cleveland to South Florida 6 and a half years ago. And with all the drama happening in Cleveland with the browns, I was a diehard bronze fan, but my meter, my fandom is going from the browns. Slowly towards the daltons. So I want to know what do you think? How long when you relocate? How long should you wait until you change your affiliations? 6 years, I'm okay with it. It's not like you're going to be one of the like, if you talk to a 7 year old who go, my favorite teams are the Golden State warrior. It's everybody who just won a Super Bowl, or won a championship, ever won a World Series. You get to be grown-up age. You want to change allegiance and you're going to the dolphins. It's not like you go, and I'm going to a FrontRunner here. I'm fine with that. After 6 years, absolutely. Yeah. But like, let's say, after college, you decide to move out somewhere. After college, I went from Chicago to Arizona. Arizona Cardinals weren't easy to love, but you'd go to a few games because there's live football in front of you, but you don't really care if they win or lose. You're still embarrassed fan or whatever team you left. If it hurts when your team loses.

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"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:05 min | 3 months ago

"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"So here's the poll question. Which career injury free would you rather have seen Robert Griffith junior the third or Andrew Luck? I would have rather have seen Andrew Luck. Because luck was going to be a Hall of Famer. Robert Griffith junior the third was an exciting player, but I don't know. And the turf at the Washington stadium there, that field hurt him. Obviously, he was, man, when he came in, he was a difference maker. He'd make the turn on the corner and he was gone. But I don't know longevity wise, his style. Remember he had a hard time sliding or getting out of bounds? But I would say Andrew Luck because it felt like Andrew Luck was now going to be on a really good team. And that team could have been a Super Bowl contender. Yes, he feels like RG three didn't even really get a chance. In some ways. He was just kind of hurt right out of the gate came back, got hurt again, got hurt again. He never and I get that maybe some of that's his style of play that contributed to that. But it feels like he just never really even got started. What did he take on hello to nada one time? Did he take on somebody from the falcons? He didn't run out of bounds. He got hit by a linebacker. After a while, you are fast, but they'll catch you. And when they do, they hit you and it hurts. I mean, I don't know how else to put it. Get out of bounds, slide. Yes, Pauline. RG three's rookie year, he started 15 games, kind of out of nowhere. He was 9 and 6 as a starter, 20 touchdown 5 picks. He beat out Andrew Luck for offensive rookie of the year. He actually got the team in the playoffs and in the playoffs. He had two touchdowns in a pic and they lost, and that was kind of as good as a God, because it just started getting banged up, then they moved on. I went to Kirk Cousins. A couple more phone calls. Josh and West Virginia, hi, Josh, what's on your mind today? Hey, Dan, 6 foot four, two, 63.

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"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Play of the day coming up, settled on a poll question, phone calls are always welcome. LeBron James is now scored at least ten points in 1100 consecutive regular season games. That is by far the longest streak in NBA history. This is also the first time LeBron James has lost the first four games of the regular season since his rookie year in 2003. I had a good day here comes that what stat of the day. There is no easy solution in this situation because if you're banking on the Lakers moving Russell Westbrook and then they pick up a couple of players. They have to give up a couple of draft picks. Are you all in now with LeBron and AD? If you are, then you try to make a move. But what move can you make that makes them better shooters? Okay, buddy healed. Better shooter. I'm going to need a couple more than just buddy healed right now. Because these teams in the west, you got younger teams, it's going to be a very, very competitive slog through the entire year with them. But their zero four for the first time since 2015. Through 66 seasons, 1948 through 2013, the Lakers started zero and four once. In the 9 years since then, they've started zero and four, three times. They failed to make the playoffs in each of the previous seasons. They started own four. Yes. I was wondering about this. Marvin mentioned Malik monk, pretty good shooter. He was on the Lakers last year. Yeah, which like 14 points a game. He was a 40%, three point shooter, a pretty good volume. He would be by far the best three point shooter on the roster. He chose to lead the Lakers to take a contract with the Sacramento Kings. How could they not try to keep him? Wouldn't he be the perfect role player

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"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I feel for him because he is so in his head and then you try to attack. So he's not shooting, he's trying to attack the rim and the Greek freak is there. And that was a mismatch. And I'm watching and you can tell he's thinking and going through he's almost mechanical. He's not aggressive at all. And it's going to continue. I don't know if it gets better anytime soon. But that's not all their problems. They're not a good defensive team. And Milwaukee was down big double digits at halftime, Greek freak is just so much fun. I say it all the time. Here we are late October and you would think this is June the way he plays. Every single possession it feels like he's trying to prove himself. Man, unbelievable characteristic to have as an athlete. And they don't have Chris Middleton, but they came back to win that game last night, yes. And I think the Greek freak is one of the few players in the league that has a hall pass, like winning that championship in Milwaukee, really bought him another ten years. It's almost like Dirk and Dallas. Dirk didn't do anything after 2011, really, and the postseason, they're like, 2011. Oh, never forget. Yeah. So I think that's what Greek has and he's still playing like he's got something to prove. It's a great point. Kyrie Irving spoke about Ben Simmons and give him a chance. So you guys keep coming here asking me, what about Ben, what about Ben? And it's just, he hasn't played in two years. Give him a chance. You know what I mean? We could stay on his stay on. I wish I could say other words 'cause I'm from Jersey, but we think we stay on him. And you should stay on him and we're just here to give him positive affirmations while he's out there and just let him hoop. You know, and then while he's hooping and getting back into it, we're gonna have to really gel as a team in order to learn how to win as a group. Okay, the question has to be asked, you, Kyrie, yelled at Ben Simmons, Ben, shoot the ball. Okay?

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"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:54 min | 3 months ago

"quarterback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Can place your order for tailgate, moonshine, let us know what you think once again, we have other flavors down the road, love the partnership here and very excited about this. World Series starts tomorrow, John smoltz will be on the call, Johnny will join us coming up a little bit later on. The other Manning brother not Eli not paid in its Cooper Manning. We'll join us a little bit later on as well. Phone calls always welcome emails, tweets, all the above, operator Tyler standing by, say good morning to those on chat roe, those who are watching on peacock are streaming partner and our radio affiliates around the country. Thank you for all your support. Ravens at the Buccaneers, the Buccaneers, one point favorites, three college games coming up, the eagles have added defensive end Robert Quinn from the bears. We'll talk about that. Mac Jones will start for the Patriots against the jets and the Yankees are keeping their manager Aaron Boone. The Milwaukee Bucks are the only undefeated team, the Lakers, meanwhile, remain, winless. 8 7 7 three DP show will have a poll question play of the day stat of the day. DraftKings sports book and official sports betting partner of the NBA download the DraftKings sportsbook app now use the promo code Patrick, get a special offer when you sign up, promo code Patrick, only a DraftKings, sports book. I was wondering about the Buccaneers. Do I think the Buccaneers will get better sooner than the Green Bay Packers? If we're talking about aging Hall of Fame quarterbacks in the NFC, which quarterback has a chance, a better chance to get in the playoffs induce some damage. It would be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But here's the issue with Tampa Bay. Their running game is historically putrid. Averaging under 65 yards per game, and if that trend continues, that would be the lowest mark in the NFL, since 1970. Having play action pass for Tom Brady, even the threat of a running game helps Brady get a little bit more time in the pocket. Without that, he doesn't have his playmakers. You do have Mike Evans, Leonard fournette has not been Leonard fournette so far. It goes back to the offensive line. You got to have a healthy offensive line or be able to plug and play. You got somebody, one player retires, one player gets hurt. That's just enough to disrupt everything. So 40% of your offensive line injured or retired. And that has an impact on everybody here. If the offense is better, defense stays off the field longer. With Green Bay, I know devonte Adams is a wonderful receiver, but it can't be all pinned on. They lost devonta Adams. It just feels like finger pointing, going into the biggest game of the season, buffalo on the road, double digit underdogs. You know, the Buccaneers are at least at home with Lamar Jackson and the ravens, who have been a disappointment as well. One of the they might be the best first half team in the NFL.

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"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:16 min | 3 months ago

"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

"Not heard anything in the locker room or anything around the facility, but I think that all right, playing a little core with this. Something something in the air for sure. And if it means OBJ, all right now. That'd be good. All right. Oh, something's in the air. I mean, either way, right? She's looking to add somebody. You like it? I love it. Here's the thing people gotta realize about Kansas City. Patrick Mahomes is phenomenal. Travis Kelce is phenomenal. There's not a receiver on this roster that anybody fears. And if Odell Beckham junior comes back healthy, you have to fear him. You will not man him up for majority of the game. Patrick Mahomes will have a guy that can bail him out of a lot of situations that he finds himself in when he's scrambling. To me, this is a no brainer. If it's available, you have the money and Odell Beckham junior shows you that he's fully healthy and ready to return to his explosive self. For me, in an Andy Reid offense, are you kidding me? This should be a no brainer for the cancer. You know what I think is funny is Travis Kelce was like playing coy on his own podcast. Yeah, man. No, no, it's something people do periods your big ass neck heaven that button all the way up there. Excuse me? Of course I thought you were talking about me. I'm like, this is the man. The man that talks about me on TV. Little. So that's why you can leave it on button or button or whatever you want to do. Anyway, to the packers, where Aaron Rodgers is complained about his offense all week in Matt Lafleur said he doesn't even know what his quarterback's talking about. Anyway, here's more from Rogers. And the most important thing is executing the plan and scoring points. So details have not been good enough. We've had multiple plays where ten guys are doing something right. One guy isn't. 9 guys doing a ride and two guys are on the same page with communication. So that's just stuff can't happen. So Dan, why have the packers had trouble executing their office? Aaron's words are perfect. Ten guys write one guy wrong and a lot of times we don't love to hear like we gotta execute better, but there's a lot of truth to it. Okay, so the jets are in quarters coverage, meaning everyone's got a quarter of the field in zone defense. Now, the packers are in a perfect play call to attack it. This guy's gonna run a post. He's an alert for us if we get that quarter's coverage, and that safety gets down low or something, but the real guy you're trying to throw the ball to is this sale route and it's gonna be off that flat defender. Now everyone pay attention 'cause this ball is gonna be wide open or this route is gonna be wide open, but Aaron Rodgers doesn't get the ball to him. You sit and go, well, why not? Because look at this. This post is taken off this coverage. Both these corners and that safety are flowing out of there. This guy's why I open that flat defender is inside, but Aaron's going to get that ball tipped up now. I want to go back to the beginning to point out well, what's the one person Dan that can do their job just a little bit better. Pay attention to this guard right here versus quinnen Williams 'cause what's gonna happen is one of two things. Either your guard blocks better or Aaron Jones as you insert between the center of the guard, maybe you get a little inside chip to get that ball up because if you do, guys, we've seen here in Rogers and make that throw a thousand times. Not only is that a completion, that might be a 30 or 40 yard chunk. Now, second play is gonna be a screenplay. One of the best screen offers in the NFL. I want everyone to pay attention to this right guard number 70. In the screen game, when you're not offensive lineman, you're taught to come out and go flat down the line of scrimmage. Get to your spot and then go make your block. You don't go where to the guy is, you go to where he's gonna be. The guard comes out to see how he's got that angle right now he's coming here instead of coming here. Well, if he comes flat down the line of scrimmage, Aaron Jones catches that ball and then he's able to make this block out in space. Guys, everybody at home look at all this space that you now have for Aaron Jones with one guy. One of the best players in the NFL with the ball in his hands is gonna be man on man with a linebacker. I'm not saying you that this is gonna be a 20 yard game. I'm telling you this might be a touchdown for this Green Bay offense. That's one guard that messes up the first play, one guard messes up the second play. Now I want everyone to pay attention to the run game to Mercedes Lewis. He's been a tremendous player for a long time with a better blocking tight end in all of football. The packers are going to run one of their run game run games where this center or this guard is going to pull. Perfect. They're going to lead through to that player. Again, pay attention to Mercedes Lewis going to block against the lot that middle linebacker. Right now Mercedes Lewis, what's the saying of football leverage wins low man wins? He's high. Mosey's kind of kicking his butt in that situation because if he gets low and makes that black Aaron Jones is going to hit his head on the goal post. That is not a shot at anybody on that offense. Those two guards are Mercedes. Mercedes, great player. But it's just an example of Aaron Rodgers point is like, man, we're close to the execution where one guy off. If the guard makes that block, if he comes flat on the screen, if Mercedes gets a little bit lower on Moseley, I know it's hard, but it's just an example of one guy can kind of derail that play. I showed you two plays that were going to be huge chunks, three might be touched down for their offense. Right. You know, it's funny because you have been pumping the brakes in the concern for the packers. This right here kind of shows me exactly. And they're good enough to get it done. Right. Absolutely not necessarily schemes not necessarily the players. They just need to execute. All right, more to come on NFL live. New York football back and dominated key tells us what the special recipe is. It has both of these teams and the jets and giants looking so good. We'll be right back. Oatmeal not too late. Set my demons. It's NFL game day in the stadium show. When a team nit cap with little polka dots I want to play real fast and it's not so hard. I use my contactless PNC bank, these are debit cards. PNC. Tap to pay with your contactless PNC bank Visa debit card or payment enabled device. It's the fast winning play. Visa is an official sponsor of the NFL. PNC bank national association member FDIC. So glad to have you on NFL live. Man, look at these New York teams, 5 in one giants four and two jets and New York football up to a hot start. Speaking of the Giants, let's start there. They trailed the ravens by ten points in the fourth quarter on Sunday before storming back to the wind. Brian Davis squad now three in one this season in games they've trailed by ten or more points the most wins in the NFL in those situations over the previous 5 seasons combine the Giants three and 47 in those games. So you wonder, how are they doing it, right? It seems to be a culture shift for sure, but Dan, what's impressed you most about this giants? They're defense. You know that Wink Martindale is brought over in the simulated pressures. Now simulator pressure store everyone understands at home is like the illusion that X amount of people are going to come and then not that many people actually blitz. You can kind of confuse without exposure on your back end, right? You got that three tight end package for the ravens. I'm going to give you 6 guys at the line of scrimmage right now. I'm like, oh, here comes pressure. You're going to get too middle block one on one by tight end, but that's guy off the bottom of your screen line of scrimmage is going to drop out. Now thibodeau is winning on his rush, but they still have 6 guys in coverage. I only have three guys who really route maybe four. So even though Lamar scrambling around, they've got enough people on the back end to really plaster the secondary, very similar look, right? We're going to go with those tight ends on the field. Here comes at 6 man pressure again. Everybody, we got to be ready to get the ball out of our hands because of the overload. But there's that same look. Now the backer is going to drop to the flat. This guy drops vertical to the middle of the field. Lamar's got 6 guys in coverage again, but it looked like 6 guys and pressure, timido essentially is coming on block. You know, you could potentially get to that backside kind of slant, but you got a guy driving on the football and you're in panic mode. So when you get to those simulated pressures and you get to line scrim quarterback, you're like, uh oh, pressure is going to come. Where do I go with the football? Because I don't have enough people. But then what they do is they create those one on one matchups, but usually when you create all those one on one matches for us, quarterbacks, I know that I got an option to throw the football. Like, you don't have enough people to cover. In the simulated pressure world, you do, because you're dropping somebody out to add into your coverage unit. That's what makes it hard. That's what they're doing really well. And then young black you said cultural shift because a lot of people, like psychologically, it's a thing, but all NFL players won't is a plan they believe in. Yeah. I feel like for so many years that the Giants have went into games, like let's see what's going to happen. Sure. Like, let's figure out the game goes along. What's going to happen? This defensive line is playing well because they have a plan. You

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"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

"I can't. All right, Damien. You gotta ask him, should dak Prescott have, say, and personnel decisions at all? Well, listen, when you drop the bag on a quarterback like that, yeah, yeah, absolutely. I think that's a courtesy that most organizations do with these high priced quarterbacks. You know, we've seen it with Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, you know, all these quarterbacks that's making a lot of money. And I think, you know, one thing we talk about deck Prescott, this is a dude high character. So I think that it doesn't mean that the organization is going to go along with what his opinion is, but to include your quarterback in that and just be a be a sounding board. I think a quarterback really appreciates something like that. Yeah, I actually have done that. Ryan Tannehill was involved in a coaching search. He met with some of the candidates. They met with him. Both sides appreciate it. And again, Ryan Tannehill wasn't making the decision, but his feedback was really helpful and going back to when we talked about Ann Rogers. He was involved with the Randall Cobb decision when they have ownership. They're going to work even harder to make sure it's the right decision. So I don't see any downside, dak has earned a C at the table. Jerry Jones is going to make every decision, but some of the nuances that a player brings to the table sometimes are very helpful. Yeah, I actually don't think that this is that foreign across the league. A lot of times these quarterbacks are brought into these conversations and I got to be honest if they're not, they should be. More than ever, we're talking about quarterbacks becoming an extension between the coaching staff and the locker room. And I think at this point, any team that doesn't recognize that is behind the 8 ball. Quarterbacks are no longer just another player. They are the face of the franchise and they should be considered when it comes to these conversations. And I do think across the league, you look at some of the really good teams and they are just that. Remember, Kyler Murray brought up the desire to be more involved in Cardinals, personnel decisions. Interesting off season now in Arizona, we are saying, hey, let's figure out your future before you start figuring out real slick feel. It's a real slick. You can be okay. Yeah, there you go. Let's contracts. All right, but the cowboys are you would think an acquiesce to not everything dak wants, but perhaps some of the things that he wants, but Mike, you are running the cowboys. What would be your off season to do this? What do they need most? I would protect dak Prescott and there's two pieces that we got really focus in on Connor Williams, hasn't really been the same player really has struggled with penalties and then the great tyron Smith. He's a great player, but he has had huge durability issues. D wood, I know you know about offensive linemen with durability issues. I don't know anything about that. Yeah. And because of that, they have to address the offensive line, it needs to be more disciplined and they need to add more talent to it. It was once a strength of this team and it's something they need to address in the off season. You got to listen, I'm going to go to the big uglies on the other side of defense line with Randy Gregory. We saw what the how to pass Russia affected the Dallas Cowboys defense in a positive manner. You know, you know, talk about Michael Parsons and Randy Gregory Randy Gregory has just been a revelation as far as his comeback stories concerned with the Dallas Cowboys defense. I think it's going to be imperative for them to re sign him because you want that three headed moss on the defensive line to really be able to get after the quarterback. That's the juice that really propels that Dallas Cowboys defense. Mike, that's an interesting one on Randy Gregory. He's a player that availability has been a question mark, but talent is unquestioned. How much can a team offer Randy Gregory? Do you have a reasonable range of money you think on a per year basis who should be, he should be angling for in a team should be willing to offer? Yeah, it's really about the structure. So what I would do there field is I would sit down with him. I look at the highest pay pass horse and say, hey Randy, we're on the same side of the table. We're going to let you get to be a top 5 pass rusher. But we're going to do it in a way where it's based on play time. It's based on production, and we'll give you a meaningful guarantee, but our concern is everything that you guys alluded to. But they are a difference making defense. When those three guys, DeMarcus Lawrence, Randy Gregory and Micah Parsons are on the field together. They are unstoppable. So resign him is important, but to me it would be about structure structure and structure. In treating player, he played some of his best football yet in his career, this season, that being said, has to be available in a guy who has been suspended before by the NFL. So the cowboys have a number of free agents to deal with this off season, perhaps none more important than Randy Gregory also worth noting Michael Gallup going to be a free agent, wide receiver towards ACL late in the season. Scott van pelt here, if you haven't checked out the podcast SV pod, what are you waiting for? We're like right directly in the flight path for helicopters flying in and out of D.C.. How does the dog barking it deliveries high level intellectual conversation? Some gambling talk, talking with athletes, celebrities, musicians, and more. Also, we got my guy Stanford Steve riding shotgun, trying to keep me out of the ditches. Download and subscribe to SP pod wherever you get your podcasts. 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"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

"That? Great moments there including, of course, Joe burrow introducing himself, Eric leg amongst others, demon. You played in a couple super bowls did you ever introduce someone before the game? I just introduced these hands. That's about hit to play. You know, all the niceties and stuff like that? That's not how I roll, but these hands? Yeah. I introduced them to a few people. Yeah. These hands in the Super Bowl. So you all know by now the rams are of course Super Bowl champs where the 56 edition of the Super Bowl, but they didn't have the best regular season record, and their own conference, the packers and bucking new years were both 13 and four, a major changes appear on the way in Tampa. You may have heard Tom Brady retired, perhaps in Green Bay, we'll see. The capitol is the same record as the rams, and the Cardinals were one game back at 11 and 6. So it's time for some more quick reads and we ask you this, which team is the biggest threat to the rams in the NFC, Mike T, you start us off. San Francisco forty-niners, they were right there. If Darcy tart holds onto that interception, we're probably talking about a 49er team in the Super Bowl. So there are most complete team. I'm bringing back Jimmy G, let him compete with Trey Lance. The other big threat to the rams is something called a salary cap. To run this team back, they're going to have a lot of work to do because they assembled a great team, but it's going to be hard to keep it together and be sustainable. Yeah, I'm going to go with the Dallas Cowboys. And I think the biggest thing is continuity. They didn't lose either one of their coordinators, which is huge for the team and they still have a bunch of playmakers on both sides, both sides of the football. They need to sign Randy Gregory back. This off season to keep that core pass Russian group a lot more upfront on defense, but with dak Prescott and company on offense, they'll be able to they should be able to score a lot of points and get after the quarterback on defense. And Mike T really have Kim and G sticking around San Francisco. I think the packers are the team to beat still in the NFC. Even really honestly over the rams, especially if Aaron Rodgers does in fact come back. This is just this team feels like it's edging closer and closer to that Super Bowl. I understand the idea of the drama that face them this year with Aaron Rodgers. I feel like this coming season will be commits early enough. We'll have some of that go away and then the packets can be the team to be. There you have it. It is the off season, but it's not like the off season like combine and free agency. It's workout video season as Jameis Winston coming off of an ACL injury posted this video yesterday. Doing some drills indoor looking pretty mobile to me. And that leads us to our quarterback storylines. I mean, compared to me certainly very long. NFC south storylines, let's begin with the saints. Wayne swenson will be a free agent when the new league year begins on March 16th, he continues to recover from that torn ACL. Meanwhile, the falcons have the 8th overall pick in this year's draft, Matt Ryan turns 37 in May is a salary cap hit of more than $48 million next season currently the highest and NFL history. The Panthers may have the 6th pick in April's draft and Sam darnold's under contract for one more season about $19 million fully guaranteed. He had the worst touchdown to interception ratio in the league this past year. That's not good. Meanwhile the box again reminder, Tom Brady, retired. He also led the NFL in both passing touchdowns and passing yards last year at 44. I don't have any idea how that actually is possible, but he's Tom Brady. A lot of things seem impossible with him. He makes look easy. Mike, who has the toughest quarterback situation in the NFC south this upcoming year. Tampa Bay. And here's why. All they have is question marks. Blaine gabbert's going to be a free agent. They don't know what they have in Kyle Trask. And as great as Bill Belichick is, it took him two years to figure out how to replace Tom Brady, so this is a team as the guys alludu has a really good nucleus, but who's going to play quarterback is a massive question mark for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Oh, this one is easy for me. It's the Carolina Panthers. You talk about who's gonna play quarterback? Who's gonna do that for the Carolina Panthers? We got Sam darnold who the Carolina Panthers already exercised the 5th year option. Gonna make $18 million. He's not the answer, okay? They already made wholesale changes as far as the assistant coach has been mcadoo is the new offensive coordinator. Listen, I think there's a lot of heat going on in Carolina right now. If it doesn't work out this year, boy, it could be, you know, the hammer could come down with David tepper the owner as far as a whole coaching staff is concerned. Actually, I like what Meg T is saying about the bucks. I just think in Jason like the GM, Mike Greenberg who runs operations there in them I trust. I think that they'll figure it out at the quarterback position. The rest of the team has an identity, a smart man sized with the big man. I'm gonna side with Damien woody over there. I agree. I don't think that the Carolina Panthers have an identity at all. I don't even know how you lure a quarterback into a situation where you look around and Christian McCaffrey is obviously the identity at team, but he's not necessarily staying healthy all the time. I don't know what the answer there is, especially with your point about darnold. So we saw it at the end of this year. I just think the lack of identity makes that job even more difficult than it would normally be. Mike, just to reiterate. $18.9 million is going to Sam darnold this year fully guaranteed, unless he gets an extension, which I can't imagine that after this past year, what would you do if you're the Carolina Panthers upcoming year at quarterback? I'd say Mitch trubisky, he's really intriguing to me. I bring him in at a sort of like hybrid contract, let the best player play and it could be Sam darnold could be Mitch RuBisCO. I would even consider drafting another one. I would keep going until I found one. And that's to me sort of a methodology you need to have at this position. Mitchell. Okay. We can roll with that. I don't know how much Matt rule's gonna roll with that. How long that would last, but one, I guess when you got a quarterback, that's on your care for $18 million. Yeah, you don't have many options. What do you think? You have no opinion. Just a look. I mean, Mike teased the scout man. I just can't find the magic in mitchel biscuit. I think it's worth noting and it's an interesting I mean, it's a tough subject to talk about because there's so much more than football. But if deshaun Watson is eligible to be back on a football field next year, it does seem like Carolina would be one of the teams that would at least inquire about a trade. Yeah, I agree with that. I just can't get past the fact that I went through it with the dolphins all season trying to report on that story. You can not get to the point where you can put deshaun Watson anywhere until 22. 22 lawsuits. Lawsuits are settled. So we shall see their many, many quarterback storylines. This upcoming off season. The Carolina Panthers will be in the midst of many of them. They have had major struggles over the past two years. So on the NFL live, we're talking ravens. They're hot start to this past season. Very much a thing of the past. 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"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

"Francisco is that a quarterback that Indy should target. Yes, but I don't understand why he would be available. I am really hard pressed to understand why a really good team like the forty-niners would let him go, when we saw all the injuries, all year long at the quarterback position, why not make that position a strength, let him and Trey Lance battle it out, but the best player play and over a 17 game season, they're going to need contributions from both quarterbacks as a team that could go to the Super Bowl. It seems. It seems like the Fortnite has planted their flag last April when they traded up to pick number three and perhaps there are some financial considerations as well as shimmy G would clear 25 million bucks from the cap, but we've already sort of started this game. Let's keep it moving with some hypothetical quarterback trays. We move into some quick reads. Let's get into the waters of quarterback trades with like the C, Jeff, you would like Jimmy juda to Indianapolis. But give us another one you'd like to see. I'm playing fantasy football here just to be clear. Of Russell Wilson, winding up in New York. Come on, everybody around Russell Wilson knows the fact that he loves the idea of being in that big market in New York. Go ahead and trade him for Daniel Jones. I don't even know if the Seattle Seahawks would want to. But I just love the idea of Russell Wilson ended up with the New York Giants and I bet there's some giants fans who would love to see it too. Jeff, you, Jeff, you got the right quarterback, but you got the wrong team. I'm trading Russell Wilson to the Pittsburgh Steelers. They got a championship coach. They got a championship defense. They need a championship quarterback and guys get used to saying this sentence. The Pittsburgh Steelers have to work hard to close the gap with the Cincinnati Bengals because they're going to be looking up at Joe burrow for a long time. Russell Wilson gives him a chance to compete with Joe burrow. Yeah, and I'm gonna stick with Russell Wilson, I'm gonna have him going through the NFC south of the table bay, bucking theirs. Listen, we know that terrific Thomas retired and moved on. And they need a replacement to quarterback position. The one thing about the tempeh Buccaneers, that Rossi can still contend. Defense, they got weapons. How about a Russell Wilson if you enter into the equation? Why not? I am on fire right now. I'm being told that viewership is way down right now in Seattle, apparently fans are riled up, but we're trying to trade away their franchise centerpiece in Russell Wilson, but he is one of the key dominoes. And may or may not fall. This upcoming shipped him off. Yeah, it was gone. Ross packing his bags right now back home. Hey, we're not even close to Donna on NFL live. As the NFC south has some major quarterback questions can Carolina trust Sam dong, I shouldn't look for another quarterback. We weigh their options when we return here on NFL live. Thought I was nearing the finish line. That's where you wrong. That's what Geico asks how would you love a chance to save some money on car insurance? Of course he would, and when it comes to great rates on insurance, Geico can help. Like with insurance for your car, truck, motorcycle, boat, and RV, even help with homeowners or renters coverage. Plus, at an easy to use mobile app available 24 hour roadside assistance and more and Geico isn't easy choice. Switch today and see all the ways you could save. It's easy. Simply go to Geico dot com or contact your local agent today. Here's our next UFC Fight Night tomorrow from the apex in Las Vegas. Johnny Walker takes on Jamal hill in the lightweight head light heavyweight main event. The prelims start at four eastern one Pacific fall by the main car to 7 eastern four Pacific on ESPN+, get ESPN+, go to ESPN+ dot com or download the ESPN app. An NBA all star weekend begins tonight in Cleveland with the celebrity game on ESPN and the ESPN app again this year Hall of Famers Bill Walton Dominique Wilkins are the head coaches and brown star defensive end miles Garrett headlines team neek. I've covered begins at 7 p.m. eastern for Pacific from the wolfstein center home of Cleveland state university. Our back to football is 5 days removed from the rams Super Bowl win over the bangles with LA celebration continuing this week. Let's look back and take a.

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"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

"Better figure this out one way or the other. Well, we know listen Kirk Cousins. He's gonna put up the stats. There's no question about that, but I think when you talk about a quarterback and you want to be one of the top tier quarterbacks, it's about moments. You know, we all recognize what quarterbacks, it's the moments in the postseason. So I think if Kurt cousins want to be the quarterback with Minnesota Vikings beyond 2022, I think he needs more of those postseason moments. Yes, the stats are great. We saw the touchdown to interception ratio. That's all that's all great and everything, but the more moments that we see from Kirk Cousins in the postseason, then I think that will set him up for future success with the Minnesota Vikings. This is Kirk's best shot, especially in Minnesota. And I actually am a little bullish on the fact that he could rebound and be a really good player this season. And I say that because of O'Connell's background. Look, I know that he's not of the just because he coached under Sean mcvay. It's not like necessarily. He's his own guy, but he has spent a lot of time around whether it's McVeigh or Kyle Shanahan or la floor. He spent time with those guys and they love her cousins. They believe that they know how to make this guy a Pro Bowl quarterback. I think that's important because I think that will rub off on them. The other thing here is that O'Connell was a guy in LA with Jared Goff that even after Gotham McVeigh had had their falling out. O'Connell was constantly supportive of Goff. He's the kind of coach who's going to see the best in a quarterback and try to get that out of him. I think that also will play big dividends when it comes to cousins potentially here. Yeah, Kevin O'Connell is playing with house money. If it works out with Kirk Cousins the way Jeff just alluded, that's great. Right into the sunset for the next three to 5 years. If it doesn't, you move on from Kirk Cousins like Kevin O'Connell draft and develop his replacement candidly. That's one of the reasons organizations change head coaches and the other thing that bears noting is Mike Zimmer was a defensive coach for a number of years. That's who Kirk Cousins had, having an offensive coach hopefully will change that paradigm in terms of play calling, how they procure a talent. So I think that's something to note as well, but make no mistake about it. If it works out great, if not criminal connell will be there for years to come. You have Kirk Cousins was there for years to come. It's probably because he got another massive bag that man has been outstanding. He knows how to get paid. That much is for sure. We've got plenty more coming ahead here on NFL live. You know, a year ago today, the colts made a big move for Carson Wentz. Our guys give their takes on which team they think came out on top. I think you might know the answer. Plus, Joe burrow had this unique approach with competing against the rams of the Superman. Hey Eric. I'm Joe. Nice to meet you brother. I love watching you. Love watching growing up, man. Love here we go. I appreciate your brother. My life is dead. New FanDuel fantasy players. Your day is about to get 20% better. Start playing fantasy, this football season, and FanDuel will give you a 20% bonus on your first deposit up to $500. That's a big time bonus. In all you need to do to claim it is make your first deposit and there's an awesome slate of games on hand for this week. Experience season long wins without the season long waits, sign up today at FanDuel dot com slash tackle the claim your bonus and start playing today that's FanDuel dot com slash tackle. Agent location restrictions apply. Bonus issue is non withdrawal site credit that expires after 30 days. Carson wins, headed to Indy. You're talking about a guy that is a top 6 or 7 player at the position in the NFL. Carson Wentz, he rolls to his right. Touchdown. Wins keeps it any scores. Now this is the pressure. This is bigger pressure than being in Philly. Strip shack falls out of whence he face down. Once to throw. Another takeaway picking off Carson Wentz. You needed your quarterback to go be great. Carson Wentz couldn't. Uh, left a bad taste in my mouth, and I gave it away. I think what we know now at this point, he's not that guy, and he's not gonna be that guy ever again. How about this? Exactly a year ago today, the Colton eagles pulled off a trade that sent Carson Wentz to Indianapolis and ended up netting Philadelphia the 16 pick in this year's draft, meanwhile, wences future and Indy is bleak according to the cursed Morrison with that report on Super Bowl Sunday morning. So let's dive into why that may be the case. Once at an inconsistent first season with the cult, especially when you look at total QBR. Here are some bright spots and once at four games for the QBR over 80, and also had four games with the QBR below 30. In the lasting memory for cold stands is obviously week 18 when they lost to the Jaguars when went posted in QBR of four. That's right, four out of 100, the lowest in his career. So Jeff, I think it's probably cool. This is heading, but what are the colts plans for Carson Wentz? Well, first of all, Chris Mortensen, everything that he reported, I continue to hear the same things out of Indian around the league is that I would expect him to be released or traded. A trademark forum feels like a tricky good luck dilemma. Yeah, I don't necessarily see that happening, but as much as we want to look at Carson Wentz from a talent perspective. The quotes also didn't necessarily fall in love with him from the leadership perspective. And I'm not suggesting that he's a bad leader. I'm just saying that he didn't necessarily reach the level of the bar that maybe they had hoped for. So I think that this is a scenario where they're not happy with them. And they would like to explore other possibilities, Damien's laughing 'cause he was trying to dance around this one and be nice right now. No, I'm not, no, I'm gonna keep it. If anyone knows me, I'm gonna keep it all the way real right now. The fact that you're talking about they didn't like, they didn't know about his leadership. In Philly, they knew about it, but I don't think that it necessarily blossomed the way they had hoped. Listen, I'm knowing in a meeting before I said Carson Wentz, you probably gotta bring him back because who you gonna replace him with, but I just get this, I think the Indianapolis coach was sold on, we can Frank Wright, I can get this guy in the 2017 cars right. I can get that guy back, right? That guy's gone. That guy, not only gone. He's long gone. Yep. And what we saw from the Indianapolis coast down the stretch, I could say the whole season. That team was led by Jonathan Taylor and their defense. And what we saw from the from Carson Wentz down the stretch, particularly the last couple games. The dude just couldn't make plays. He couldn't make plays and with a roster that's talented that the cults have, you got to do you got to be able to maximize the talent that you have on that roster. Yeah. He what I see it differently and here's why I'm not saying he's perfect, but with two games to go, this team was headed to the playoffs, he didn't play well against Vegas, certainly did not play well against Jacksonville, but neither did their defense. This is a hugely consequential year for Frank Reich their head coach, Chris Bauer GM, they've assembled a very good team and who are you going to get that's going to come in in the first year for that new quarterback that should play better than Carson once be with Frank for another year in the same system. So I understand the inconsistencies, but one of the threshold questions you have to ask yourself as an organization who exactly are going to get in there that's going to be better. Jimmy G is better. My man. My man. I will take Jimmy drink over him. There you go. Over Carson Wentz. Jimmy G, probably got him over the top that arrived in Carson Wentz. You know why realistic? He's a stabilizing force that organization. Like Jimmy might have his flaws in his game himself. But I think he comes in there and is a stabilizing force for that team. Down the stretch, I mean, I was at that Jaguars game, and I was standing on the sideline that whole time watching Carson Wentz. The vibe wasn't there, man. I'm not trying to act like I'm part of the team or in the organization, but my eyes were open. The vibe wasn't there. Jimmy G man, Jimmy G to indie. Clutch productions is a real trait that evaluators are looking at with quarterbacks. And so Mike, I ask you this. Let's play that Jimmy G hypothetical out one step further. If he becomes available, which you would think he would be given Trey Lance's future in San.

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"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"quarterback" Discussed on NFL Live

"Be in the moment. One played a time believe it and you'll be world changed. African center steps back, throws the faith back shoulder. More of that ahead is we've got an inside look at the ram Super Bowl win for the perspective of the head coach and the quarterbacks in the Super Bowl. Part of our soundtrack segment, and with that, we say hello and welcome and NFL live. We've got a fairly packed house to my left. You'll write, Jeff Jonathan. And Damien, woody, I am field Yates Mike tannenbaum joining us remotely. All cubs. What's up, brother how you doing? Pretty good. So much room for activities here is on end of live. We start in a familiar spot. We are still awaiting more clarity on the future of Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay earlier today, the team officially announced that longtime assistant Tom Clement, a coach beloved by Rogers, has been rehired as the teens quarterback coach, who was the team for a while, was briefly with Arizona. Now back in Green Bay, and I'll start with you, Jeff. Why is this particular hire so important Aaron Rodgers? It is well beyond the obvious. Well, it's actually all very obvious that this is so important. What I want to say here is though, don't just take the assumption that this is important. Take it from me who's spoken with people who talk to Rogers. This is critical. I would have said two days ago before this hire took place that I still had the percentage is pretty low for Rogers returning to Green Bay. I still thought retirement was an option based on the conversations I've had. The Denver Broncos were a possibility, other teams in the mix, perhaps somewhere like Tennessee in the mix. But Clemens coming onto this staff. Coming out of retirement, by the way. It's not as if this is just like he was somewhere else, that staff got fired and he came here. He's coming out of retirement to be back in Green Bay. This was important to Aaron Rodgers, and I think that this is a critical component to Rogers returning to Green Bay in 2020. One step closer to the packers and their fans of voting a nightmare. So Mike, I ask you this. What else needs to happen to keep Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay? We're sitting down with Aaron Rodgers and we are going to be great listeners both economically and non economically. We're going to adjust his contract. We're going to push out cap charges. We're going to make sure that Devante arms doesn't lead. The vandre Campbell doesn't leave. And then we're going to say, hey, you have a meaningful seat at the table here, just like you did with Randall Cobb. And then we want to talk to you about the off season calendar. So you don't have to be here in the spring in the summer. We could talk about how often you're going to throw. And now we're talking about legacy. Look, the Green Bay Packers play at Lambeau Field, but we'll break it on Aaron Rodgers boulevard. We'll do whatever it takes so you're happy and satisfied and hopefully have another meaningful three to four year run here and as Jeff alludes to having Tom Clemens is a good step in the right direction. Yeah, and from, you know, perspective. I think Green Bay is the place to be for Aaron Rodgers. Because, you know, Mike talked about legacy. Well, you talk about a guy who's a four time MVP is only one one Super Bowl. What's the best opportunity for him to get back to a Super Bowl? I always look at everything for me, always starts with an individual, right? The NFT north, you see teams in that division that are kind of in rebuild mode, there are things there's uncertainty within that division, but the one constant is Green Bay Packers and ultimately if you get Aaron Rodgers back in the mix, you are clearly the favorite within that division. Not only to win a division, but wanted to be one of the favorites within the NFC. So I think the familiarity with the organization and coaching staff and salary cup aside, we know the salary cap can be massaged and you can do all the type of things that you need to do in order to get your roster away where it needs to be. I still think the Green Bay Packers are the best, the best spot for Aaron Rodgers, if he wants to try to get back, get to a Super Bowl. The thing is, the packers convincing Aaron that they're going to take these steps. You know, making sure they keep devonta Adams. Is critical because there's going to be other teams out there that are going to show the love to Aaron in ways that perhaps the packers might not have. We saw it with Tom Brady with the Patriots when he ended up leaving. Other teams showing that love. With Aaron Rodgers, we know that that was going to be a critical component. The fact that the packers are stepping up. Definitely makes them now the frontrunners in this race. I wouldn't call Aaron the easiest book to read from time to time. But I did notice some contrast from his acceptance speech as the MVP last year to this year, right? Where he is at least once again, naming members of the front office by their first name and not just referring to being grateful for the fans. And the coaches. He's now acknowledging the organization does exist and get Tom Clemens brought back as the quarterbacks coach in Rogers reported that 2010 team won the Super Bowl. We stay in the NFC north, the Vikings have a new head coach and Kevin O'Connell. He has some familiarity with their incumbent starter Kirk Cousins. They spent a year together when he was the quarterbacks coach of the now Washington commanders team, and O'Connell was asked about Kirk Cousins during his first press conference. By no he's under contract, and I'm excited to coach him. We've already started thinking about how we're going to build those systems for him. I know who he is as a player and I know what he's capable of. So I feel like that's going to be an advantage for us as we build our system offensively. Make sure we really focus on the things Kirk does well, which I do think are a lot of aspects of playing the position. And help him help him on a daily basis, connect with his team, lead us, be completely quiet at mind quarterback, they can go play because he's talented enough to go do that. I'm putting them in the best possible situations to have success. Yeah, first time head coach. That was a perfect threading of the needle. Behind Kirk Cousins. But not fully committed, right? And with her cousins is a little bit of the good and the bad, plus the ugly. The good stuff is here. He had the second best touchdown to interception ratio in the lead this past and behind only aerodynamic we've talked about. Bad as he went only four and 12 against teams have made the playoffs over the past two seasons and finally the ugly. It's a salary cap hit of $45 million in 2022. That's the third highest in the league. Let's focus in on his coach, his new coach, that and Kevin O'Connell, and Mike tannenbaum, you actually had O'Connell with you when you were at the jets. He was back at quarterback at the time. What did you see from him in that role? Fielded 20 plus years of working in front offices. He was by far the most coach ready player I've ever been around. He actually used to sit on defensive meetings with Rex Ryan to come up with blitzes because he understood protection so well. So he was a coach while he was a player, and we had guys like cliff Kingsbury, Mark rudel, other guys have been really good coaches. Kevin's from Philadelphia. He has great relatability. He really smart. This is great news for the Vikings and for Kirk Cousins because whatever Kirk Cousins have, Kevin O'Connell will get it out of him. All right, so we add the most coach ready player in Kevin O'Connell. We are the most TV ready player in Damian wood, who, of course, with Mike and the jets as well. Let me ask you this, Damien, what is cousins have to prove he should be there.

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"quarterback" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"quarterback" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"Would take that. I think they'd be happy with that in the long term. But the problem is you can't guarantee that and you look at jimmy garoppolo history. I mentioned this a million times now. But i feel like i keep coming back to it. Jimmy garoppolo has been the week when starter for his team four times. He's made it out of september healthy to serious injury. Once in those four triumph. I was of course the year the niners made to the super bowl. A separated shoulder his first season. The patriots was filling in for a suspended. Tom brady the tornado seattle with the niners in his first full year as a starter in the last year. The high ankle sprain against the jets. I kinda sunk season altogether. They can't say okay. We know jimmy. Garoppolo is gonna get hurt. But i think the nightmare scenario for the niners is that you start garoppolo. You keep him on the roster. He's on the week one. He is doing fine. He's doing jimmy garoppolo steffi perfect. But we know he's a a certainly above average starter. It feels like and he gets hurt again in september. And you're stuck down we paying twenty five million dollars that you now can't rollover or spend somewhere else but yet to portray lance in the lineup. Anyway which would have happened if you just cut grop before. The season began so now i think the niners are in okay shape because do have a solid planet quarterback being lances back in a couple of weeks. And you've garoppolo on the roster. You're not going to be stuck playing nick bones which bathroom for an extended period of time. But i also feel like you know. It's sort of mitigate some of the benefit of having land the roster at having achieved quarterback on the roster now if they draft pick for garoppolo next year rape fine. If alex smith season happens where his final year in kansas city. He was very good. That are going gonna complain. But i just think. It's such a narrow pass with being a really successful combination of quarterbacks and know kyle shanahan smart like you know. This is a a pretty smart guy when it comes to offense. I think freelance what we saw on the preseason we saw there were drives or he looked awesome. He looked like he was a total superstar and there were dry for looked overmatched where he was still struggling which to be. There is not all that much different from the way. Patrick mahomes looked his first season. I game with the broncos. I giving us the broncos. I started week. Seventeen that he sees it. And i think that Transit has been incredible if he'd been back prescott preseason from a few years ago. Maybe that would have been enough. If he'd been healthy. But i do feel like there was enough stuff here and there that i think the niners if they went into the preseason thinking okay. Jimmy is going to be our guy to start the season. I think they got some things to be excited about for the future but not enough to really sway them before the finger injury to trailer. That's all i know is that they're going to be really really interesting. Kissed and they're gonna be really fun. I'm sitting here on a sunday afternoon. Granted a lot of their games will be in that later. You know the later window. But they're they're a team that i'm going to be seeking out because i just wanna see what exactly they're offense is gonna look like Basically every drive and there's probably going to be We're all on twitter sunday afternoons. And there's going to be like the trailer siren right. That every time he trots in. And we're following the niners beat writers and we all switch over flip over our game pass or whatever to that to that channel or they had hopefully the like highlighted on red zone. Or whatever because it's going to be really really really fun to watch and interesting to see how they manage the whole thing. Do you think that they will use trae lands in the red zone that they were using him as a run around that last preseason game i mean they probably should right. I hope so. It'd be fun like ten. I mean as a running back. But like i feel like like he's the perfect last round pitch in a fantasy draft right. There's chance he comes in in week. Eight and he's incredible and wins you elite but you have to have him on your for the first seven weeks of the season. I mean i think there was a way to use him. Of course once he gets back from the finger injury but I think he is a star by the end of the year. Whether it's because garoppolo gets hurt or because kyle shanahan just really shiny toy and eventually just gets bored. You gotta figure niners fans if they struggle this is. These are the same people who chanted for for david car once over alex path lake. There's going to be a tray. Lance champ at some point this year when the niners struck like oh look it could be. Why likely week one. It could be mc one and i'll tell you what moving onto our final team here at a guy who is certainly i think going to inspire Bears fans calling for him to enter the lineup by the end of week. One i think is just fields where i almost feel bad for andy. Dalton key did not. It's not his fault. He's in the situation but the bears Have consistently so what i was thinking of consistently said andy dalton is going to be a request starter as we approach week one. It seems more and more likely that any delta will actually be there week. One starter and.

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"quarterback" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"quarterback" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"We've seen or heard from cam newton. But it's just hard to imagine exactly where he gets the twenty twenty one season now right even the bills team that you know if you merely stopped the panthers facility for a day while sean. Mcdermott was willing to sign any for panthers player. are not going to sign cam newton. So yeah i mean it's such a fascinating situation like just like a reminder of how quickly things can change. I mean this was a guy who wasn't mvp. It's five years ago now. Right six days six years ago. The two thousand fifteen season twenty fifteen season. I mean a guy who was still you know an mvp candidate in the first half of the twentieth eighteen season as twenty nine year. Old things have gone south quickly It has been a really fascinating last couple years for cam newton and for his various spots and when it comes to the patriots now being with mack jones asked the starter. Like what do you think they're ceiling. I know i talked with robert. Mays on athletic football show. I wanna get your side of this like do you think the patriots have the upside to win the division in addition with you know with teams where bills were thirteen and three of the dolphins for ten six. What is looking like a pretty tough. Afc division has changed dramatically since the last time that we were kind of really evaluating the patriots role in it. I mean what. Have a underrated. Parts of the tom brady patriots dynasty. Was how terrible the rest of the afc east was for most of that time. And i don't think that's the case right now you know i. I think that there is a gap between them and the bills. And i think it's a substantial gap. The the dolphins are such like a high variance team to me like. I think you can make a lot of cases for why they should be good but you very easily could make the arguments of why it would all fall apart mostly on the offensive line and then everything falls apart from there so i could very much see the patriots being in that middle middle tier. Maybe there the second best team in. Afc east maybe. You know the playoff field bigger now. Maybe their team that if mack jones kind of performs at the top end of his potential and johnny smith is legit player Hunter henry is able to stay the stay healthy and aguilar consistently stretches the field where they actually have legit receiving options that they haven't had in the last several years. You could make that case of saying okay. Maybe this is a ten win type team. I think they're doing a lot of interesting things defensively. Maybe they're they're in a good that they're in a good position now that mack jones despite being a rookie probably isn't gonna drive this off the rails that i think maybe you can kind of see what this offense is going to look like. We're a lot of questions last year. About what exactly the passing game was gonna look like with cam newton. We knew he was going to run in short yardage But the receiving options were terrible. And you say okay. While the the skill position players are better. the offensive line is pretty good The running back group is pretty deep. I wouldn't trust them from a fantasy perspective at all when it comes to the running back group but yeah like are they going to do a lot of. Rpo is going to be a lot of play. Action is going to be a lot of like kind of short intermediate passing game You know i'm excited to watch it. I think it's going to be really really interesting. Yeah i'm in you know. Certainly last year's offense was very unique. A big departure. I think for the patriots and still some core concepts there were still some of the core passing causes and they're so much that offense last year especially early in the season and and in short yardage was cam as a runner and back jones. Whatever strikes back jones has that is not what back jones does well so I will be very intrigued. I mean this is. This is the long-term guy. This is the guy replacing. Tom brady in the big picture. So we get that game pretty soon. That'll be pretty exciting and five four five patriots bucks. Yeah it's it's more But it's in foxborough i I imagined the television networks are going to be that one is going to be on television. I don't think they're going to have that one on like tape delay. You mentioned the broncos. Let's get to the denver broncos because this closely living in the denver area like you said you just saw them in the preseason and the decision that vic fangio has made is to give his starting job at quarterback to teddy bridgewater over former second round pick drew lock so linzie in terms of the offense will get to bridgewater in a second. But do you think the broncos are making this decision and attempting to stick with it for the vast majority of the season or do you think this is going to be a job where teddy bridgewater has to start but it's more of that kind of continually change hands as the season goes on. I hope this isn't a yoyo situation. If it is kind of a situation like we saw with the dolphins last year where it was almost like they were using ryan fitzpatrick as a relief pitcher at times. I think that means that things have gone. Very poorly I don't think this is the long term. Like twenty twenty two twenty twenty three situation. I think the broncos are very much barring some sort of super bowl type run. Which i think is a little unrealistic. I think they will be back in the quarterback market next offseason. Whether that's free. Agency trades aaron rodgers or draft depending on exactly where it is that. They're picking so. I think they're gonna be back having this these conversations next offseason. I feel sorry for all. The people have denver. That we'll have to sit there another quarterback competition next next offseason next august. But yeah i mean i think they want they want to be the guy now. You know the they drug this out all of training camp. I mean really into the third week of the preseason to really figure out who was going to be there guy and they want they want it to be teddy. They they like his temperament for the roster that they have vic fangio obviously very much likes that. He's that the bridgewater is sufficient in safe. He's the lower risk quarterback I guess my question in all of this is going to be at. You know if if teddy is constantly doing a lot of like dinking dunking and taking the short safe completions. Is that going to be enough to score a lot of flights. Is that going to. How is that going to raise your ceiling. Are you going to is. You're winning formula going to be hoping that you can win games. You know twenty to seventeen. And i just don't know how realistic that is in a division where you're going to be playing patrick mahomes twice a year. You're going to be playing the chargers a couple times a year. The raiders can score in bunches. You know. I think they're going to give up a lot of points as well. The raiders are but they can score a lot. So i i just don't know if that's kind the necessarily the winning formula especially when you have is good offensive talent as they really have amassed this year especially now that cortlandt thought sutton is healthy and Noah fanton jerry. Judy looked ridiculous through training camp in his preseason action so you have some explosive dynamic skill position players is teddy bridgewater going to be. The guy can maximize their talents. I think that's a very valid question..

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"quarterback" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"quarterback" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"Now here's what jones talking about the various quarterback battles that had been thought wage. Now one around the nfl all right joining me now here as promised not only a friend of mine. Not only in excellent nfl writer. Not only a regular podcast or with my former colleague robert mays over at the football show. Also i would venture to say possibly the budding matriarch of a podcast dynasty to come is that fair to say linda jones. We'll say i mean season two of my daughters. nfl pick. Podcast will be coming soon. She is now five and she went to her first. Nfl game last week she. I took her to broncos rams preseason game where she got to end up scouting of the broncos starters and the rams like fourth stringers is ready. She got to see both. The approaches towards the preseason broncos playing people take preseason the rams i think show mcvay would have had a heart attack if matthew stafford even come close to stepping on the football field yet and she she also got to meet nina kinds another famous podcast for our friends in colleague so that was that was a highlight so yes. We're we're really excited about a season. Two of the picks todd cast and see. Maybe she does. She does yard. I don't wanna say that she can do better. Because i think she did pretty well for four year old last year. But i'm going to start tracking. Make sure i have her overall win. Loss record seems to me. People might be like a four year old podcast or what. What could i possibly learn from a four year old. Who your four year old. At the time for year old daughter lena picked to win the super bowl last year she picks the buccaneers and who did a professional nfl writer podcast. Bill barnwell picked to win the super bowl last year. I'm guessing it's probably the same i did. We don't really need to talk about it. Yeah i wouldn't i wouldn't. I wouldn't rule out lena. Having a better record than perhaps me we both had to make picks for the nfl season. But we're gonna talk about a different sort of competition not a podcast in competition But a different sort of maybe a young star rising through the ranks in many places. We're gonna talk about the quarterback competitions that have been settled around the nfl in the last week or two. there's definitely a bunch of really interesting situations occurring. We've had some recent news. Of course we're going to get to in a second some situations that i would say are infuriating when it comes to the logic being thrown about for a team or two here. But let's start. Lindsey the most recent news which was earlier this week the patriots not just giving their starting job to mack jones but flat out cutting cam newton The former mvp their starter from twenty twenty Without even trying to trade him reportedly so let's start there. I mean were you surprised. Number one to see mack jones when the job and number two to see cam newton off the roster even before this season started. Yeah i think the latter is the more surprising little I think the way that the preseason was progressing especially kind of the final week of that competition the days in which was unable to participate because of his misunderstanding about the covert protocols. I think you could kind of see the situation building where mack jones could win this job and it wasn't going to be kind of a flukey thing where he was actually outperforming cam. Newton on a daily basis at training camp In the in the preseason game so i think you could see that coming and make. You could have made that argument two or three weeks ago. It was still surprising to see cam. Newton has been flat out released. Because it's still cam newton right it. It's surprising to see a big name like that. Come across a come across the wire the transaction report You know. I guess it makes sense in that. He's made it fairly clear. I think But he doesn't want to be a backup quarterback he might not be the best backup quarterback systematically or what the patriots are going to do now with jones's their starter. You know having. Brian hoyer as the backup might fit better because you don't have to different schemes and skill sets in terms of what your offense looks like so i guess that side though as it was still a little bit more surprising to just see to see him flat out getting cut. And it's going to be really interesting to see what comes next for cam newton if he if he's able to land a job somewhere else the season if he wants to of. Because i don't really see a clear path to him being a starting quarterback certainly and then even a place that makes sense as like. Oh yes he's going to wanna go there. This team is gonna want them to be him to be their backup. Yeah i mean. That's the tough part is going to be. Where do you think he might end up as a backup. Because i mean the only place. I think you could really credibly say he might have a shot at being starter in the short term would be houston. And that's just out of just. There's nothing there. I mean to shawn watson of course You know not playing as he's being investigated for dozens of sexual assault allegations. Tyrod taylor going to be the starter there. It seems like but that's not.

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"quarterback" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"quarterback" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Through what sean had to go through. But if i was a coach for team. I wouldn't be able to be there for him and the way that i write. I've been able to help guys deal with everything on and off the field. And i get to be like a big brother to allow guys. I think that that that fulfils me far more than coaching for you. It's not about wins and losses for me is about helping guiseley the best and the other thing. That's interesting to me about you. Aside from all the guys who work with aside from all you overcome is that you grew up in south minneapolis. In the neighborhood. In which george floyd was killed. So when you saw that unfold. What did that do thinking. How did that make you feel. And how has that impacted the manual today. Quincy hey grew. He used taylor swift route from where i grew up in at a at a corner store. They're not free kooning throughout my in it. I mean it wasn't shocking that it happened to minnesota because of the systemic issues there but It was frustrating. As i think that people were all aware but he said light on a situation. I think that everybody needs a fake. That was really really thankful. The lot of the guys are so i feel like stepped up in a way that they should have and i hope that We continue to see change on an unfortunate enough to kind of help out. A lot of black quarterbacks right and i feel like those guys can be individuals who really Bring change to our country because keep listening to them. They look up to Those are the guys that people really care about. You're also around league when we look across that whether it's your influence whether where different place in society you're seeing black quarterbacks basically rise the forefront right to shawn watson russell wilson patrick mahomes the young court the young college quarterbacks that your tutoring to become the next faces of this game why does shift now. Why hasn't this happened ten years ago twenty years ago. What's the difference they're getting. They're getting more opportunities. Because people need athletic quarterbacks right so guys who would have traditions like hey. You're really athletic. You're the best team go played running back wide receiver. Go play safety those guy. Those guys now at a young age are told. No you're the quarterback like we're going to teach you and they're getting the opportunity exposed to really good quarterback trainers like there's quarterback all over the country who are able to help these guys grow and they're not doing outlandish price. It's no longer like a barrier entry. That you need in the way that those southern california quarterbacks who all were tall widened came.

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"quarterback" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

One and Dunne Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"quarterback" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

"Is out there that you've found this show you to thank you again for making the show a part of your day. I opened the show talking about the seventeenth game season anfield past and basically just saying deal with it. I don't know what to say anymore about this. I think the last time we'll talk about until it gets brought up again. I don't know about just in fields. And why he is my number two quarterback prospect. Could you can't put him ahead of trevor lawrence. But he is number two quarterback prospect then. Finally close the show building my perfect quarterback from the legs so the body to the arms to the head building the perfect quarterback all that on the show. Let's go.

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