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"ravens brown eagles" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"A former scout with the ravens browns eagles as Nfl network and he was working the game last night. That will get to let me start with what you thought. It tasted hill when he came out of college. Sure dan i thought he was a first of all i felt like i evaluated him nine years in a row because every year you go to byu and looking at me like got this. It'll be his last year and he'd get hurt and he come back for another year and another year and another year so but the evaluation was honestly was he was a faster. Scott frost which was remember scott coming out. He made the transition to safety and the thought was. This guy's a tremendous athlete. We just don't. I mean just runs around back there for the most part so you know we can use them in a variety of roles special teams. Maybe you can develop them into a safety. But i for one did not view him as a future. Nfl starting quarterback. And i don't know anybody that was scout him did at that time. Why is sean payton all in on tape some hill i think he's had a certain playbook that he's been limited to y withdrew and i think he's been curious to see how he could expand it and the creativity he could bring to sean to kind of invigorate him a little bit so i think that's been something that's an itchy. Wanted to scratch. And i was curious. I was anxious to see if they would give him this opportunity. Because i was beginning to think the tastes hill was going to have a lifetime in the sidecar. Never get to be in the motorcycle. just just. He's always going to be the quarterback along with your starter instead of being the starter. And now you're getting a chance to see let's see what he can do with With an entire game or two here but he's thirty. Can you teach somebody to play the position at thirty thirty damn. He's he's mileage. Now he's got a lot of mileage on he's an old thirty. i think. No i mean well we're gonna find out there's nothing to compare this to. We don't really have anything in history to go back to compare it to. I just know man he is he is. He's dynamic with the ball on his hands when he takes off and runs. My question is doing that on a part time basis..
"ravens brown eagles" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Old parts, good guy or run down the field on Kickoffs. I'm still a little bit surprised because I think Jamie's Winston is more of a NFL quarterback than Taysom Hill is I love the taste of Hill is unique. There's it'll be fun makes the game farm or interesting. Let's bring in Daniel Jeremiah. He's a former scout with the Ravens, Browns Eagles, He's NFL network analyst. He was working the game last night that will get to let me start with what you thought of Taysom Hill when he came out of college. Sure, Dan. I thought he was first of all. I felt like I evaluated him nine years in a row. Because every year you go to be why you looking at me like they got the skin tasted. It will be his last year and he get hurt. You come back for another year and another year and another year, so but the evaluation was honestly it was. He was a faster Scott Frost. Which was remember Scott coming out. He made the transition to safety and the thought was This guy's a tremendous athlete. I just don't I mean, he just runs around back there for the most part, so you know we can use them in a variety of roles. Special teams, maybe you could develop him into a safety. But I, for one did not view him as a future NFL starting quarterback and I don't know anybody that was scouting him that did at that time. Why is Sean Payton all in on Taysom Hill? I think he's had a certain playbook that he's been limited to what would drew and I think he's been curious to see how he could expand it and the creativity he could bring to Shawn to kind of invigorate him a little bit, so I think that's been something that's in it. She's wanted to scratch. And, you know, I was curious. I was anxious to see if they would give him this opportunity. Because I was beginning to think that taste of Hill was gonna have a lifetime in the sidecar and never get to be in the motorcycle. Just just he's always going to be the other quarterback, along with Your starter instead of being the starter, and now you're getting a chance to see. Let's see what he could do with with an entire gamer or two here, But he's 30. Can you teach somebody to play the position and 30? Is a young 30 Dan. He's young. Very good mileage. No, he's got a lot of mileage or he's an old 30. I think no, I mean well, I don't know we're gonna find out. There's nothing to compare this to. We don't really have anything in history to go back to compare it to. I just know, man. He is He's dynamic with the ball in his hands when he takes off and runs. My question is Doing that, on a part time basis. He's been able to stay healthy. Can he stay healthy doing that on a full time basis? OK, if you could have to bow or Taysom Hill Tebow, I think ran Hi. Four sixes. Low four sevens taste of hills of 44. I mean, like he's a totally different level of athletes and Tim Tebow. Why is Tebow not in the league? He's a He's a quarterback to can't throw down. That's that's not a great combination. So that would be why other than that. How was the play Mrs Lincoln? But okay? This felt like this was common knowledge, but people were still Denver takes him first round. Josh McDaniels takes him first round. Yeah, I mean, but you can talk yourself into T Bo as a passer in college. I mean, even though you know there was issues with his delivery, there was issues with the You know when you just watched him mechanically, But if you want to look at the stats and the numbers you say, Okay, Well, he played the sec. You know, your completion percentage yards wins. All that stuff all piled up and you can say Hey, He made that skill set work in the best conference in college football. Maybe we can get him to make it work in the NFL, so I can see how that kind of talk themselves into that. Yeah, it's it's still baffling cause to Bo's What 32 now But if you said to Tebow Hey, we're gonna make you a tight end like Tebow would still be in the league, wouldn't he? I don't know. I don't know if he was that type of an athlete. I feel like the Jets and the Patriots kind of wanted to get him worked into some of those areas, and it just didn't it didn't really happen. So I don't know. I think that was kind of the easy thing to say. For all those years, like if you just played fullback or tight end each back that he'd be still going and I don't think that I don't think that's necessarily the case. What have you seen with Kyla Murray? That's different than how you viewed him when he was coming out of college. Well, I mean, I I was kind of was he was an acquired taste for me in college, and I just got to the point. I was like, I cannot deny how good this guy has been. You know, even you know, you look at some of the size issues, limitations of the limited playtime. Whatever you want to look at Negative, But did you have more questions about Cuyler or Baker Mayfield? I thought Tyler was a much better player than Baker Mayfield. So, Cuyler. I had a higher grade on coming out. So but he's been. You know, I was I got to the point where By draft day I was excited about what he could do. And he still exceeded that somebody was asking me the other day for you know the comparison for Kyler Murray? I'm like there's not really an easy comparison. I guess the only thing I could say would be you know, if you left Patrick Mahomes in the dryer for too long and strapped a jet pack to his back. That's kind of the way Cuyler Murray place. I mean, he's just a little little miniature version of Patrick Mahomes. A little more juice. But I wonder what we saw was Seattle last night and you were doing the game. Seattle seemed to have a little bit more of an aggressive approach and that is we want to dictate what you're going to do before you dictate what we're going to do. That's a blueprint. Do you think? Well, they did a good job with his own reading. So what they did is they just said you're gonna have to give the ball because we're going to. We're going to count for the quarterback on every single zone read, so they kind of eliminated that portion of what he could do with his athleticism. But then I thought when his shoulder when he got crunched in the first half, I don't think he really looked to run. I don't think he looked to create. There were times where they were Russian three on some third downs. And usually when you rushed three against a very athletic quarterback, you're begging him to go take off and run and get some of those free yards and he never really even look to do it. So I'm gonna kind of put that game on a little bit on the side there in terms of an evaluation of Cuyler because I did not think he was he was right there with the shoulder..
"ravens brown eagles" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to move the sticks for today's podcast. We have a special football. Baseball crossover focused on team building. You know him as the lead draft analyst on NFL network. He's also a color commentator for the Los Angeles chargers. He scouted for the Ravens Brown Eagles. Daniel. Jeremiah he played five years in the NFL is a cornerback in return, man scouted for the seahawks and panthers, and was a legend for the tar heels. Bucky Brooks. WHAT'S UP, everybody? Dj Bucky here. move the sticks as we continue on our special crossover edition of the move the six podcasts. How you doing bud man I'm great Dj. Porte one of this project was outstanding having a general managers to talk about what they look for in players and building teams before to is even better. Yeah, this is something I think you guys are really going to enjoy. This is a conversation unlike the first one, which was all just with general managers and people have filled that position. This one is with former players. Current coach is. In some other media members that really understand the game of baseball, and and some carry over there to how it helps us in the evaluation process as football evaluators team builder, so thank you guys are GonNa really enjoy this one in the I guess to start us off is Mark Derosa former baseball player you remember him as a utility player play, both in the Infield Outfield, the braves. Braves the Rangers, the cubs Indians, the cardinals, the giants, the nationals, the Blue Jays a fantastic background as a player as one of the best analysts on television as well you'll see them on MLB network, but also a football background. He played football from ninety three to ninety five at Penn, so he understands the importance of the crossover there with sports, and here's our conversation with Mark Derosa. Mark, thank, you so much for taking time for us today. Start with easy question. How are you cowboys fan? Easy answer. I actually grew up. I could draw my blinds and see metlife giant stadium..
"ravens brown eagles" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to move the sticks for today's podcast. We have a special football. Baseball crossover focused on team building. You know him as the lead draft analyst on NFL network. He's also a color commentator for the Los, Angeles chargers. He scouted for the Ravens Brown Eagles. Daniel. Jeremiah he played five years in the NFL. Is A cornerback in return man scouted for the seahawks and panthers and was a legend for the tar heels. Bucky Brooks. What's up everybody DJ Bucky here for move the sticks and bucky little a little different show. We have today, but I think I. GonNa, enjoy it. Yeah I, think this is a great opportunity for us to do what we love to do. Which is cross training when it comes to team building, so we do want to baseball show. We sat down with former players coaches museum members GM's talk about the game and how released to baseball? Yeah, you get a chance to see how we believe we preach right. It's our gospel. We preached the Gospel of Maltese Sports for Young. Guys coming up. Up We don't want kids a specialized gonNA play multiple sports. We think it really helps them in their over ethic development, and we've seen that from football players. Now we're seeing it and other sports, and we get a chance to talk to these guys. Specifically talking to these baseball guys is really fascinating, so I had a chance to go down to the winter meetings and talk with a bunch of folks and we've had others like John smoltz join us on the podcast. So what we've done is we've taken a collection of these conversations. I think you guys are really going to enjoy them. But first of all bucky. It's great to have baseball back. It's it looks like it's actually going to happen, so we're football guys, but we also keep an eye on on the bat and ball as well. Yeah, man I love it. Baseball immediately is my I love I. Love it coming up. I love keeping a score when I watched it on TV I love going to games any games, particularly dodger game, so I'm excited at baseball is back. I am really really looking forward to the season kicking off all right with with no further. Further do. Let's jump in here. This is a conversation starting off with cubs, general manager Jed hoyer Jed hoyer I remember from the padres. He was there GM from two thousand nine and two thousand eleven. He was with the red sox during their run from two nine and really kind of resurgence of that franchise there with Theo Epstein now he's back with Theo Epstein with the cubs. He's been the general manager there since two thousand eleven, and really enjoyed sitting down and visiting with him at the baseball. Winter meetings. From where this started at this event to where it is now, what's the biggest difference?.