17 Burst results for "Rickey Jackson"

"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Me. Look the the show pass that they gave me the day i walked in with the show to pass that i retired in but they had told me in the helmet that i had i had the same model hillman but skip it. They say next year shannon. You're gonna have to file a new helmet so shannon's not gonna wait. Til next year comes to go to training camp. I'm what i'm gonna do how many miles we got okay. I'm gonna start bidding models in the off season to get acclimated to skip you and me being who i am. I believe they would have afforded me to courtesy guys. I'm gonna need you to come in. I'm going to get a little bit. I need a little bit more specific to my like come in and do it <music> out new jobs but they would have got too close of my liking ebbe possibly could have killed me look i. I wrote down. What is it two thousand thousand two hundred eighty n._f._l. Players right now currently on rosters and nobody has an issue except that guy exactly wow what i play i was one of the few guys are tied in that played with no pads in his in his pain so i had no thought patrimony pants i did it because i rickey jackson did do it old the old hall of fame linebacker and i thought it looked cool. Okay guess what the n._f._l. Requires every plan n._f._l. To do now have in the past well so you wouldn't sue sued them for you know. Why didn't you tell me i needed thigh pads and kneepads now. You both know five pounds in the past do help with trauma without both know that skill but the n._f._l. N._f._l. fans. We're trying to make the game. You're saving audible yeah so now. They're trying to make the game safe but already told you what's going to happen. Skip bayless. You know this and everybody knows the moment something happens and he has that hill on one hundred million because you were supposed to say me. I'm just antonio brown if i'm the n._f._l. Now you have to make sure they win. They can't lose this. <hes> eight antonio brown cannot be be bigger than the lead and he won't be everybody else has said you know what as much as i love my helmet you try to make the game c. B. remember skip. Sometimes you have to save the player or the player from himself. They're trying to help hard. He the it all right. What player has dominated the first. Two episodes of hard knocks helped me out. I think it's that guy passi calling the game. What will be the the most captivating story line of tonight's episode three one a bet on it. It'll be that guy and it'll be this grievance and all that goes with it and what i am hoping for war is that we will see a quote unquote off camera rant. That's on camera for h._b._o. Behind closed doors of a coach's meeting in which gruden will just throw a fit about where the hell is antonio brown i want to know and it will be profaned and it will be wildly and john rooney the behind closed close-door line on a._b. I need your ass on the field. You're paying thirty million dollars. You're the second or third high paid wide receiver and you're not practicing okay. We understood the feet problems but that's been resolved..

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Good character guys. Right. Fant falls into that. So why are we then led to think that okay? He might not be the best blocking tight end out there. But given the type of person he is why wouldn't he work his fanny off to get better. That's what he's asked to do. I mean, we have to be a little bit more nuance and a little more a little smarter about the player and person you're getting and it's possible that he has a higher ceiling as receiver TJ Hopkinson. Because of that thing that you can't. Coach the speed that has at four five, and it's not just time speed in the underwear Olympics as John FOX to call it. It's gained speed as well. He gets down feeling a hurry. Well, it's funny that you bring that up because John said that that he plays fast on the field and one of the next sandy Isabella talking to combine been voted senior bowl wasn't. He's not track fast and won't run a good time. But she certainly did. But that doesn't always translate on the field he plays quicker than faster his bell does in terms of lateral quickness than straight line speed. I'm super excited. See how rich gang Gorell moves around the field real real opportunities to put them all over the place. I mean, can you imagine what this team can look like in the red zone inside the ten yard line with Cortlandt Sutton on one side and Noah phantom, the other and you could split him out you complaining, but well, that's what traditional title. We're we're we're working with a lot of really really interesting formations for the Broncos on the offense of side of the ball. And oh, yeah. Don't forget a Pro Bowl running back in the backfield. That you might be able to dump the ball off to out of the backfield. So there's just there's so many different ways. And that's the thing is you you had versatility. And the presentation of your offense today. Somebody the Broncos have really not had they've had guys that can get separation, but it doesn't really matter because very easy to key on the Broncos added a guy that's going to give them versatility. And give them ways to give different looks. And that's something that just don't forget about DeJean Hamilton's, especially if you've got court with Sutton Noah fan going to the end zone, and you've got filled Lindsey coming into the flat on one side, and you have day Sean, Hamilton doing that quick five yard dig and getting opened underneath and finding a when you're facing zone coverage in the red zone. I in turn around gets five more yards and he's to the end zone. There are possibilities today. Because of Noah fat for everyone on the offense that did not exist at five o'clock this afternoon. Ten twenty four on KOA NewsRadio an orange and blue seven sixty. We are. Live at you. See how training center for coverage of the twenty nineteen draft. The Broncos select tight end Noah Fant out of Iowa with the twentieth. Overall, pick they traded back from ten to twenty with the Pittsburgh Steelers also picked up the fifty second overall pick in that deal, which is a second rounder. And then also a third rounder next year. So they get a dynamic player at a position of need. We'll see how that works out. Once he gets in and starts acclimating himself to the offense BK. I know we're going to sneak in a break here soon. Believe gonna listen to Dave Logan chat with no fan. But we were at least kind of loosely monitoring what's going on in Kansas City with the tyreek hill story in the news coming out there a tape released of a private conversation between he and his fiancee, we'll just like John Elway address the media. The chiefs didn't have a first round pick. But Brett beaches at least been quoted by Casey TV five Danny Walney, also their sideline reported as TV there and Brett beach GM says we're deeply disturbed by what we heard. And be concerned. I imagine that the Johnson county DA in Johnson county Kansas there were tyreek hill lives. Just there on the south side of Kansas City. In fact, that's where the Broncos stayed many years when they've traveled to Kansas City, they stayed in Johnson county. I imagine they're going to say about this. We will see it as it unfolds. And I know we're talking about guys being added to teams, let's not be surprised if maybe even by tomorrow, but certainly by the end of the weekend if tyreek hill has been subtracted from team in may not be back in the league for a long time if ever well that also becomes a point where Kansas City nice to start thinking about wide receiver here. Very very soon. Good ones coming up. I mean, deebo Samuel sky like in the second round quite a bit obviously K Metcalf didn't make it into the first round of the traffic might my top two guys palace back here for a moment. I picked Hollywood Brown to the top wide receiver off the board. You've been on months. I got to give you a tip of the cat. Who cares? Have you done? Run forties run at the combine. I'm still. Showed enough in college. Oh concern about the list. Frank tough to come in one hundred and sixty six pounds kief pick twice there at around. They might very well. Take a look a wide receiver coming up just wanna mentioned something programming note for tomorrow, of course, will be walking all the way up with you and Justin all wait till five o'clock when we start our coverage of day two and we're expecting a press conference around four thirty ish from Noah fans, speaking with the media, so just we'll carry that live fairly. I flown from national Denver. It's like an hour and a half flight. I guess they're gonna let him sleep in. And join the time they're going to Tim McGraw concert tonight after the after the draft and enjoying the draft of this family. They should wait Haskins on NFL network. I guess he did not drive over to Redskins park tonight. He'll just probably catch a limo in the morning saves money. Yeah. No need to get him a plane ticket back to back today. Two of the NFL draft at this is a really really fun time of all drafts. Because some of these guys now now John Elway may have said we don't have any more day one grades on guys here on our board coming today to well. Okay. That that's fine. But let's also just acknowledged that for a lot of teams there are day one prospect level of players here. Especially in the first ten to fifteen picks of the second round. I mean there guys we talked about it decay Metcalf. Nazir Adderley Dalton reisner are just today. A few depending on where you had Jalen. Ferguson Makia chase winner which is. Another guy that I think I've seen a few first round rock yachts. And there's just there's a lot of talent here in those first picks. And again, don't forget about drew lock. Now as I think there's gonna be some interesting jockeying to get drew lock. And how does that ultimately affect the trade for Josh Rosen second rounding it's really good players. But going back all time not that many hall of famers from the second round. In fact, ninety four was the last second rounder. Larry Allen, drew Brees, certainly will be added to that. A second rounder, and rob gronkowski is a second rounder Thurman Thomas second rounder breath, far famously a second rounder Michael Strahan in the second round. Rickey Jackson how he long Andre Tippett speaking. How long Chris long or Kyle rather had a great tweet said we would have been if dad wasn't such a scrub? We would have had a dad into kids in the first round because he and his brother Chris Kyle going in the first round third rounders in the hall of fame in recent years Curtis Martin and ninety five will shields in ninety three Aeneas Williams Ninety-one Russ Grimm. How about Joe Montana? He was in the second round. Maybe. Drew lock follows drew Brees. And Joe Montana's Brett Farr path or I'm sorry. Third round. Jackie Slater and third round. Dan thousand third round Russell Wilson is early. But he's on that phone fish. No question. Interesting quote here. This is a being tweeted out by the by Kimberly Jones of the NFL network. This is from New York she's covering the tonight said after drafting Daniel Jones giants head coach Pat Shurmur said he told Eli manning, quote, it's your job to keep this guy off the field referring to Daniel Jones. Oh, by the way, they're number six overall pick and the coaches telling you lie keep him off the field. Well, it's a weird situation. And I think that's the right thing to do. But you have Dave Gettleman saying all these glowing remarks about ally manning leading up to the draft and saying things like well you saw last year. How good he could be. He clearly proved everybody proved us all right or I might being. League starting quarterback. People are just so confused. Did he think he was throwing smokescreen about quarterbacks? We all felt like we knew that. They were going to target a quarterback. It was funny when he talked to Kim Jones after noon, he said, we're gonna take two starters tonight in the draft and she goes out of quarterback. And he goes no because quarterback won't start. Then he takes six straight up lied to her in that regard. They then add their two star starter. So he was talking sides of mouth real question to Pat Shurmur looking at hang on. We'll want to get to the question after the break. We wanna get to know a fancy interview with Dave Logan will get to be case question. But we need a time out full coverage of the NFL draft at you see how training center on KOA NewsRadio and orange and blue seven sixty. I'm ready.

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

PEN America Works of Justice

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on PEN America Works of Justice

"Basically is a crack doc had for couple of decades but right when he was doing that was when the drug wars taking off and Cleveland was really embroiled in the whole like dramatics of the drug war and so I thought that it was really his this chapter it made sense to take like a detour into talking about the drug war nationally but also in Cleveland and how that was playing out across the country similarly in chapter about when I think it's chapter after four when the guys <hes> initially go to jail they're sentenced to death row. They were sentenced to death for this crime initially but at the time there was this whole really dramatic legal fight on a national scale at the Supreme Court about overturning death death penalty statute so I was really fascinated me. I think it's kind of a forgotten now we just assume that we have capital punishment but there was a time in this country where we had this incredible debate about capital punishment where capital punishment statutes were actually being overturned and so I thought it was really fruitful to go on a detour down there and talk about that whole drama and in fact that was eventually why these guys their death sentences were converted to life in prison was because of a Supreme Court decision so I I always knew I had to keep my eye on that may narrative spine but I knew that there was a lot of rich texture there to go elsewhere and there's many many detours I think every chapter was kind of built around what happens with the individual case but but then what was happening around Nationally that sinks in with that first original narrative the title of this book obviously <hes> The references the Kendrick Lamar Ledger you know a classic album good kid is it the pure coincidence the <hes> which you know and so I feel like one of the challenges oftentimes as journalists writing about problems that have existed for a long time is trying to make people I still care trying to make it feel fresh <hes> so in addition to the very contemporary title. How did you go about trying to make this story which began thirty years ago feel fresh today? We'll know the title is exactly why you're you're one hundred percent right. I like wanted to have that Kendrick Lamar reference in the title to plant a flag in the here and now because I was terrified that people would read this story. As old news or you know from a lesson lighten part of our our national history but these are issues that are very much there today and I almost didn't have to do it because as I write in the book you know Wiley Bridgeman and Rickey Jackson walked free after thirty nine years both on November twenty first two thousand fourteen and within twenty four hours Tamir Rice was killed by the Cleveland Police. You know less than a mile or two from where they from adjust center where they walked within twenty four hours. Oh Yeah it was within twenty four hours. Yeah maybe forty eight now. Who's it was that week it was well? He was shot on Saturday. These guys get off Friday. Sean Saturday and to mirror actually died on Sunday so yeah so the symbols of of that of just the confluence of historical events was so powerful to me that it was really clear that these obviously are the issues that were still dealing with today so I almost didn't need to hit over the head too much because I thought that that was really clear and I do think you know what really surprised me. In the book. I was talking more about the way that the war on crime starts with all these federal grants basically supersizing police departments. I didn't know about any of that but just fed into the more into this idea about how this is still what we're untangling. I mean we're we talk about prison reform and in criminal justice reform today what we're talking about is untangling the things that happened in the seventies eighties nineties. That's what we're still dealing with so yeah forgive me if this question gets too deep into the media weeds but but as a fellow former all weekly writer I got you know. The story was born in all weekly <hes> as I read this story. If I didn't know you would have been like this guy wrote for fucking weekly at some point just to kind of the noir blunt very direct stylus stylized elements of it right and obviously today either very few. Maybe half weeklies were when we got started. <hes> what role did your experience at at the scene at Miami New Times Broward New Times at all week was that you worked play in the way you knew dewey thought to write this book. The way knew how to write this book beyond just the obvious that you wrote it out or not weekly what role that experience Plante and how you wrote it. Let's just it. It's a different type of journalism. I think that you know we're really in in danger of losing especially for younger of us. Who you know not everyone can get that prized internship to Harper's or the New York Times or The Washington Post and for me you know all weeklies? It was an avenue that I it was like a world I could actually touch and you know the free license like the the the attitude of creativity of going after the big stories. <hes> Albert knows this but these types of stories criminal justice reporting is really hard to get people especially editors to get interested in for a lot of reasons I mean they're very time intensive and they take a lot of resources houses and take a lot of months and so it's hard to get people editors to green light them but it all weeklies I feel like there's an attitude of very much green lighting it and also you know there's this whole debate now about the objectivity of journalism which is way above my pay grade to get at but I know you you probably had this experience to at all weeklies. You're very much taught that like there are bad guys and you have to take a swing at him and it makes you a better reporter because if you're going to say such and such an Asshole your reporting better be there to say such and such as an asshole and that's well. I think you've seen a lot of generation of reporters. You know yourself included others who are here who have gone on to more mainstream outlets from all weeklies because the reporting and writing is so good and we're definitely losing that like if vied worked at the Cleveland daily the Cleveland daily the Plain dealer I would never have written this story. No one would ever have let me write a five thousand word story about a case from nineteen seventy five you know and that's what we lose when we lose those publications. I think one of the fun little Easter eggs in the book is when you mention how you went from you. Took your talents from Cleveland to Miami around the same time. Lebron did yeah well He. He he blazed the trail but then I went after that was when I was in my like screw Cleveland. No one cares here. I'm moving to Miami. What <hes> so I grew up in San Francisco and then many years later I returned to the city as a reporter for the weekly there S._f.? Weekly what was it like reporting onto city that you knew so well from a different perspective. What new things did you learn about your city? It made me fall in love with it really in a weird way and also get infuriated at it in a weird way. Someone once told me that you it's special experience reporting on your hometown right. I think you'd probably find that as well because this place that you thought you knew his all of a sudden been made completely new to you and economists you I know for me at least it. It made me feel a little complicit in what was happening downtown and was happening in the neighborhoods in the black communities because I hadn't been so aware of growing up and I felt that you know my ignorance of that stupidity was complicity and keeping keeping it going so that was another kind of check to it and there's a I start the book off of this Rebecca solnit quote that I think really sums it up very well so really kind of opens your eyes. I think in a new way and makes it a new place so I think we're ready to open it up to questions because I'm out of good ones <hes> also before I forget everyone should watch the today show tomorrow morning right the Kyle's going to be on it. We'll be on the days ing unless something happens. I'm going to try to not get kyle to dry tonight. Wake up tomorrow who ask questions yeah and the project very involved. Eventually this earth was found to be innocent lease India and that brings my donald trump. He still thinks they did it in D._N._A.. Me There's this I can't. I'M NOT COMING ABOUT DONALD TRUMP but there is a whole is actually a psychological phenomenon. That's really written about by a lot of people in the innocence movement called Tunnel Vision which is really and it happens. It's on. It's hard to conceptualize as you think because it's just this refusal to admit that you're wrong about something might happen in your daily life with your spouse or whatnot. You refused to say no no no. This is the fastest way to the grocery store now. It's this way it's like no mine was still fast but you know like you can see the seeds of that type of psychology and and particularly when you're dealing with matters of life and death and prosecutors and police you can understand why they would just be so hooked into their yes. I was right. This guy was wrong. I can't be right and it's actually really shocking to hear like you said when D._N._A.. Science says we were actually wrong. Many of these officials in people who are paid by the state still will maintain in this weird bizarro world that they are right and something's wrong with the science chance. I don't know what the cure to that is but that's a very that's a phenomenon that's been written about among the innocence movement very very much was cruelly is twitter. I mean mostly. Thanks for that because that's good perspective for sure I think Mo- where I see the most resistance is among prosecutors because the prosecutors offers you know the police build a case and then the prosecutor in a way is supposed to be an arbiter of that case whether enough is enough evidence to bring us the trial technically legally legally speaking enough evidence and so you see it way more with prosecutors. I think that they're more. More resistant to admitting errors right the Earl.

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on KCRW

"Kids. Bad city the story of race and wrongful conviction in America. I asked him. How did these three men? Get caught up in the system to begin with these three men Rickey Jackson, Ronnie Bridgman and his brother Wiley bridgeman lived right around the corner. It was kind of their corner store that they always went to and shop that and that day they went to the store with the rest of the neighborhood after hearing about this crime and saw the police tape and saw the body under a sheet, and then just kind of went about their business and didn't think much more about it. Until later in the week when at like five in the morning Cleveland police officers bust of the Bridgman home and arrested all three of the men, and they were told that they were being arrested and charged with murder for this crime, which they claimed and and didn't have anything to do with and the the charges and ultimately conviction of all three. It was based on the eyewitness testimony of one individual could you tell us about him. Yeah. His name was Edward Vernon. He was twelve years old at the time of the crime. He was the neighborhood paper. Boy, kind of everybody knew him. He had big clunky glasses. He didn't have too many friends. But everyone in the neighborhood knew the Vernon family. They knew Eddie, and he came to police and said that he knew something about the crime. And when these cases went to trial. He was the only witness. He's the only evidence at all linking these men to the crime. And he said that he had seen Ricky Wiley and Ronnie commit the crime, and then escape in a getaway car and all three are convicted. And this is the only evidence against them. It was the absolute only evidence there. No, physical evidence. There were no other witnesses who could link them to the crime. Basically these three men were convicted and death row at the time on the basis of just this boy's testimony. There's a lot of context or you get into this book because the book is about a lot more than than just the details of this crime. You mentioned the races of the individuals involved that this was a white man who was killed in a black neighborhood. The the accused were were all black, and it's important that you get into some of the context of the racial history of Cleveland in nineteen seventy five. Yeah. Cleveland is very interesting at this time during the sixties there had been two major race riots in Cleveland, the one in the huff neighborhood, and then later, the Glenville shootout, which was very remarkable because this happened in nineteen sixty eight and it was a moment when a group of black militants basically ambushed in opened fire on white police officers. And this is before the Black Panthers really had kind of a national profile. So it was a moment. Really? If you're a moderate white American where the racial tensions in the country have bursted open into open warfare, basically. And this happens on the streets of Cleveland. It's kind of what everybody had worried would happen nationally. And so in Cleveland there was incredible racial tension. This was also it's very interesting to point out the Cleveland in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven elected Carl Stokes was the first black mayor of a major American city, which is really a hallmark moment of the civil rights movement. So you have all these different elements in the city at the time. These factors of race really kind of ratcheting up the tensions, particularly between the white majority white police department and the black community, and that I witnessed the twelve year old or the individual who is twelve ended up coming back and recanting, right? Yeah. After so after I published my first story in June. In two thousand eleven unbeknownst to me really at the time were innocence project took up the case and kind of redoubled their efforts. And after reading my story, they realized that Ed Wood was the key piece here. And so over time they reached out to add and also Ed had become very religious in. His pastor knew about this story. I had spoken to his pastor originally. And the pastor understood that there was something wrong here. So he put quite a lot of gentle subtle pressure on him over time. And finally got Ed to admit the truth, which is that he had lied in his testimony in nineteen seventy five and that he'd been coerced by Cleveland police detectives into giving this false testimony, and that they had fed him. These details what came out in two thousand fourteen was that he had originally volunteered to help the police. He thought he was doing the right thing by saying, I might know something in reality. He he didn't know anything at all. But by that point, he had kind of already been grabbed by the police and. Eventually what happened? There was a lineup. Wiley in Ricky were placed in the lineup. Ed was shown them and he didn't pick him out of the lineup and afterwards the police pulled him into a back room according to ED's account and got very angry. He said the detective was slamming the table got very kind of violent in the detective told him that he would arrest ED's parents for perjury. If he didn't go forward with this. And of course, it's twelve he secured kid, he breaks down in tears. He agrees the detective pulls out a typewriter. And takes the statement from him basically, saying, okay? What did you see add an Ed said? Well, I don't know. What did I see the cop? Basically started feeding him details about seeing them attack. The man seeing the getaway car pull away. And what I thought was very interesting about when Ed recanted. Is that you know, he had lived in terror basically for so many years and he had developed drug problems as an adult. And he traced that all back to the anxiety and really terror he felt because of this case anxious about what he had done and fearful that he the police would send to jail for perjury. I mean, he really was terrified and those became kind of the triggers for his his addiction. What does it take? Then for the other two guys to get freedom for all three of them to have their names cleared. So the innocence project filed in March of two thousand fourteen and they filed on behalf of Ricky Jackson's case because Ricky had been in for the longest and the idea was that if they could topple his conviction that the other two convictions, then would would follow suit, and so that kind of teed up this evidence Sherry hearing, which was scheduled for November two thousand fourteen at had to go to court and say, no, this is my story. This is true. I lied nineteen seventy five and now I'm trying to tell the truth. And so that is what triggered finally the release of these two men. And finally, the exoneration of of all three of them as you mentioned there are people who who knew full well of these guys didn't do it. But there was no communication between them. No feeling like they could actually approached the police has changed in in Cleveland. And and could you sort of compare them now? It hasn't changed in Cleveland at all. I think a great sign of that is that within forty eight hours of Rickey Jackson and Wiley bridgeman walking out of the Justice center in downtown Cleveland Tamir rice was was gunned down in Cleveland. So I think that shows that those racial tensions are still incredibly alive. In both Cleveland. But I mean in all American cities, you have to think about how this is played out nationally that tension between black communities and in their police is really kind of a defining characteristic of American cities today. That's Kyle Swenson. He's the author of good kids bad city, which follows three young men in Cleveland who were sentenced to death for murder. They did not.

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I want to get to the serious thing though. I said this when when Bella check did not play Malcolm Butler who had to previously horrible playoff games again to portal's Marietta. Benched him we kill Bella check McVay didn't play girly. My thing was well, then girly better be hurt. Because you give Todd Gurley the ball. You talked to girly before the Super Bowl is. He was he healthy one hundred percent. That was his I talked. The night before cinema Tech's he called me to the test. And how you feel every one hundred percent. I'm gonna say this remind you ever seen the movie face off with John Travolta, and nNcholas cage face. It was it was a it was a different guy. This is almost like like, Jeff Fisher, Sean McVeigh. I mean, switch on coach Nigel fishing day the office, no adjustments. I'm disappointed, man. I'm serious. The big thing in this football game. I got a call from hall of Famer, Richard dent. I got a call from hall of Famer Rickey Jackson, and my good friend Harvey. Tony play the eagles and played SMU together. All through the same thing. I man run the football is girly girly hurt. I talked to him the night before he said, I go get that MVP. That was a perfect time to run the football, CJ Anderson either man, look, see, Janssen's good. Player really is. But he's not taught girly. No. He's not play your best player. That's like taking Tom Brady out the game. Putting somebody else in you play your best player and you run him. If he end about twenty twenty five times, and we lost say, you know, what I'm good with that. No. I mean, I it's funny because if you had a run girly twenty times, and you lost I could walk to the podium and say I felt in this moment, I didn't wanna put the burden on a third year quarterback day, you go that's coaching. Exactly. Might might take away. Was I thought golf would play fine. But my takeaway was going into this game was girly needs to be the guy to win. And in the first quarter. Eric after two series might take away was girlies not part of the game plan. Even know. There was no score. I was like, oh, this is a huge edge for knowing Lund's, man. It was it was it was a perfect setup us. I mean, all we need to do is run the football. And if I'm like, oh, oh, good. Perfect. I mean, Bella checks. So you're gonna have golf trying to beat us. You go put your faith in a in a young quarterback. Okay. And the play action ain't no play action. We not even worry about the plaques. I mean think about this. We didn't even get in the red zone. The field goal. We kick was a fifty three yard field. A score that we wouldn't even score points hair. Do you know, I was there's a guy online Warren sharp that does this. The Rams didn't even go to double tight ends to create protection until the Brandin cooks play. Oh, went the whole. I mean, it was like it was just an incredibly odd game. It was really funny. You say that because I was driving over here this morning. I'm like, why didn't they go a lot of two types because I can hear when we played this say Rams, come out and double tights. That's a running set. That's the protect your quarterback. Yes. You have to and run the football that basically Lawrence Taylor. If you played the giants when Lawrence Taylor you went through tights. You ran to Andrew Joe Gibbs tells the story goes we didn't want everybody thinks I'm a genius. I just went to two types because we had to block LT. That's what you do with a great pass rush. And the patriots. From the first series on had a tremendous pass rush. They got they got to Jared Goff. And I gotta say Genton play bad. He didn't play great. But hidden play. He didn't play like. Wow. That was a horrible game him. No. I just feel like they put too much pressure on a young quarterback. And did not use our best player. I mean, and it showed. I mean, you know, you gotta say, and sometimes I say, these young coaches, and coaches and general they get caught up in throwing the football. I'm gonna show you. How smart I am. I'm gonna show you this trick play you go like, wow..

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"And I'm not a big fan of San someone is the best or the greatest anything. I think you have to go in air who do you like my guy was OJ Simpson. You know, some little Jim that was my guy. But I've gotta say Bill Belichick is a greatest coach that I've ever seen. I I gotta give it up. I mean, that's the facts, you know, in that football. I talked to Todd Gurley the night before the game cinematheques see how he was feeling. He's got one hundred percent. I'm ready to go. And I talked to Richardson hall of Famer Rickey Jackson and my good friend Harvey tone. I play with SMU all of them asking the same question. Why didn't they run tarred girly? What was up with that? I mean, I just don't understand why we didn't run the football. That is one of the things that it's kind of perplex me all year sometime with all these all these new coaches, they don't want to run. Football. They get caught up in in this newfangled offense. We're gonna we're gonna do this. We're gonna spread it. We're gonna do all these kind of things, and I just didn't see the same Rams football team. I really didn't and was disappointing. Yes. It was you. Punt the ball eight times we never gotten a red zone. Once we have to the school. We had a fifty three yard field goal. We just never got on on on pace. And and you know, I gotta give that credit to Bill Belichick. I mean, he did to the Rams with no one else was able to do even we plan bad. And to me it was just a game that we never got on track. And we got never got on track. Because Coachella check, and and Sean McVay I gotta say young coach. You know? He was playing checkers and Bill Plante chance, you know. That's what it looked like. And and for me, you know, it's frustrating. But I gotta say I'm glad I don't play 'cause that's great that night after if I was playing I slept at all that, you know, the feeling play every hoping he doesn't know. No, I have. Loosely? You just do this. I should've mentioned it that. But I I have to give it up to coach check in the patriots. And they they beat us. I'm disappointed that Sean McVay didn't make adjustments. I saw no adjustment. He just came in with a game plan. And when that game plan didn't work he just tried to make it work EDU. Remember, you growing up and you say Coachman, they got like ten guys in the line of scrimmage. They go work make it they weren't. No, it's not gonna work. I don't care. What anybody says? I don't care we talk with tiger Lee was not healthy tiger had three rushing attempts against the saints. Todd Todd Gurley didn't have the explosiveness that eighteen yard run. That's a thirty yard run. When Tigers healthy Tigers more explosive than what I've seen him over the land use buying that number on that. I'm not eating. I'm not buying already. I'm not buying it. I just you know, he said to me, I'm healthy, you know. Sam how this time of season, you know, your body's out..

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"And I'm not a big fan of San someone is the best or the greatest anything. I think you have to go in air who do you like my guy was OJ Simpson. You know, some little Jim that was my guy. But I've gotta say Bill Belichick is a greatest coach that I've ever seen. I I gotta give it up. I mean, that's the facts, you know, in that football. I talked to Todd Gurley the night before the game cinematheques see how he was feeling. He's got one hundred percent. I'm ready to go. And I talked to Richardson hall of Famer Rickey Jackson and my good friend Harvey tone. I play with SMU all of them asking the same question. Why didn't they run tarred girly? What was up with that? I mean, I just don't understand why we didn't run the football. That is one of the things that it's kind of perplex me all year sometime with all these all these new coaches, they don't want to run. Football. They get caught up in in this newfangled offense. We're gonna we're gonna do this. We're gonna spread it. We're gonna do all these kind of things, and I just didn't see the same Rams football team. I really didn't and was disappointing. Yes. It was you. Punt the ball eight times we never gotten a red zone. Once we have to the school. We had a fifty three yard field goal. We just never got on on on pace. And and you know, I gotta give that credit to Bill Belichick. I mean, he did to the Rams with no one else was able to do even we plan bad. And to me it was just a game that we never got on track. And we got never got on track. Because Coachella check, and and Sean McVay I gotta say young coach. You know? He was playing checkers and Bill Plante chance, you know. That's what it looked like. And and for me, you know, it's frustrating. But I gotta say I'm glad I don't play 'cause that's great that night after if I was playing I slept at all that, you know, the feeling play every hoping he doesn't know. No, I have. Loosely? You just do this. I should've mentioned it that. But I I have to give it up to coach check in the patriots. And they they beat us. I'm disappointed that Sean McVay didn't make adjustments. I saw no adjustment. He just came in with a game plan. And when that game plan didn't work he just tried to make it work EDU. Remember, you growing up and you say Coachman, they got like ten guys in the line of scrimmage. They go work make it they weren't. No, it's not gonna work. I don't care. What anybody says? I don't care we talk with tiger Lee was not healthy tiger had three rushing attempts against the saints. Todd Todd Gurley didn't have the explosiveness that eighteen yard run. That's a thirty yard run. When Tigers healthy Tigers more explosive than what I've seen him over the land use buying that number on that. I'm not eating. I'm not buying already. I'm not buying it. I just you know, he said to me, I'm healthy, you know. Sam how this time of season, you know, your body's out..

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Go. And I talked to Richardson hall of Famer Rickey Jackson, and my good friend Harvey on that I play with immune all asking the same question. Why didn't they run tarred girly? What was up with that? I mean, I just don't understand why we didn't run the football. That is one of the things that is kind of perplexed me all year sometime with all these all these new coaches, they don't want to run the. Football. They get caught up in in this newfangled offense. We're gonna we're gonna do this. We're going to do all these kind of things, and I just didn't see the same Rams football team. I really didn't and was disappointing. Yes. It was you. Punt the ball eight times we never gotten a red zone. Once we have to the school. We had to kick a fifty three yard field goal. We just never got on on on pace. And I gotta give that credit to Bill Belichick. I mean, he did to the Rams with no one else was able to do even we plan bad. And to me it was just a game that we never got on track. And we got never got on track because of coach check, and and Sean McVay, I gotta say a young coach, you know, he was playing checkers and Bill Plante shit. You know that that's what it looked like. And and for me, you know, it's frustrating. But I gotta say I'm glad I don't play 'cause that's left. Great that night after. If I was playing I slept it home, and And you you know, know, the the film. film doesn't He doesn't know. know. But. Loosely? You just can't, ma'am. But I I have to give it up to coach check in the patriots. And they they beat us. I'm disappointed that Sean McVay didn't make the adjustments. I saw no adjustment. He just came in with a game plan. And when that game plan didn't work he just tried to make it work. Give EDU. Remember, you growing up? And you say Coachman, they got like ten guys the line of screaming, they go work make it. They weren't. No, no is not gonna work. I don't care what anybody says. I don't care what talked early tiger Lee was not healthy tiger had three rushing attempts against the saints. Todd Todd Gurley didn't have the explosiveness that eighteen yard run. That's a thirty yard run. Target is healthy Tigers more explosive than what I've seen him over the land you buying that. I'm not eating. I'm not buying this. I'm not buying it. I just you know, he said to me, I'm healthy, you know, Sam how this time of season, you know, your body's. Out the same. Do you ever ride the bike stationed everybody? When you the player win Win had had. Tigers more time on the bike than it did on the field. I know that's there's should. That's what bothers you ever. See a running back lose his confidence. Did you ever see a head coach suddenly decide Layton season? I got this other guy. I love this other guy, and I'm gonna ride this other guy. And all sudden, you're stunned. Your star is not sure who is anymore. He came in tippy toeing me like he wasn't hitting the holes with the thority in the confidence. He used to again. Maybe he's protecting the injury a little bit. But I I've seen I've seen players Lou. I've told not great I I don't think he lost this. I think the one thing is sometimes these coaches deal..

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Ten see? That's what you feel the he heating tell you that unit. They were down tampon. Lebron James scored sixteen of fifty on another thing. I mean. Yeah. No, the six twenty to thirty had twenty three six at a time in the next year helped me out my memory fogs. Do I what did Michael Jordan's team ever get blown off the floor in the finals by a record finals margin? That's what my Spurs did deliberations team. If you've got the best player on the planet. How can you lose by a record margin vinyls because? Team. Really? Yeah. A bunch of spare parts coming off the bench little Patty mills. Timid alley. Hold on. What about what about how long are you saying that Chris Bosh and D waiting just like you say LeBron did not fulfil his obligation in the first finals against a Dallas. Are you saying that Chris Bosh way fulfilled their obligation in that playoffs? Chris Bosh was pretty good. I can't speak for Dwayne. But and LeBron just he just cut bait with his best friend left by this twenty eight seven six LeBron average in the final demand played like a boom, I didn't say a balmy just got blown off the floor. Michael Jordan were not allowed that to happen. We got mentally toughest versus mentally fragile. Whatcha while the high power Rams offense got shut down by the patriots on Sunday. They scored a season low three point. Revolt re asks it really Jared Goff struggled arena. I'm Sean McVay said he got out coached joined by the ram Basseterre. Eric. In shocking. I'm so proud of my friend Eric Dickerson for showing up today. But he is unaccompanied for the first time here because what happened to many he may I couldn't get him up this. He's just can't go. Over can't get over it. But I'm over. Well, I have to ask you, Eric what happened to your ram Sunday? Did you ever see the movie face off with nNcholas cage idea? This is why wouldn't one fancy and I it's perfect. He said that I think Jeff Fisher Costa had game and put his face on, Sean. That's how bad our office. Will. I gotta say I mean, I gotta congratulate Robert Kraft and the patriots. 'cause I tell you I think a lot of rabid craft. And I'm not a big fan of San someone is the best or the greatest anything. I think you have to go in errors who do you like my guy was OJ Simpson. You know, some love Jim that was my guy. But I've gotta say Bill Belichick greatest coach that I've ever seen come about. I I gotta give it up. I mean, that's the facts, you know, in that football. I talked to Todd Gurley the night before the game cinematheques see how he was feeling. He's I'm one hundred percent. I'm ready to go. And I talked to Richardson hall of Famer Rickey Jackson, and my good friend Harvey on that I play with immune all asking the same question. Why didn't they run tarred girly? What was up with that? I mean, I just don't understand why we didn't run the football. That is one of the things that is kind of perplex me all year sometime with all these all these new coaches, they don't want to run the. Football. They get caught up in in this newfangled offense. We're gonna we're gonna do this. We're going to do all these kind of things, and I just didn't see the same Rams football team. I really didn't and was disappointing. Yes. It was you. Punt the ball eight times we never gotten a red zone. Once we have to the school. We had to kick a fifty three yard field goal. We just never got on on on pace. And I gotta give that credit to Bill Belichick. I mean, he did to the Rams with no one else was able to do even we plan bad. And to me it was just a game that we never got on track. And we got never got on track because of coach check, and and Sean McVay, I gotta say a young coach. He was playing checkers and Bill Plante chess. You know that that's what it looked like. And and for me, you know, it's frustrating. But I gotta say I'm glad I don't play 'cause that's great that night after if I was playing I slept it off. And you know, the film play every he doesn't know. No, I have. But. Loosely? You just do, ma'am. But I have to give it up to coach check in the patriots..

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Savak time competing wasn't get about Chris. Hold away. I needed to be you Taj in us. Sabotage. I just beat you know, beat. Competing is you examine you're the guy. I'm not gonna text with right? I'm not going to give away. Anything? I noticed Texan to set you up. Backless all water. You always. I read this. No, sabotage second level third level. Right. Excu. Coachella, check wolf watching closely. Going on here. Going Bill bell Tom Brady to win another Super Bowl. Yes. Lutely the line. You can have more than Winfrey. You know, what I mean, aren't if you have more than what? Ernest these that she touted being your only friend really that what she said, sure. Sure. Chac was hashing the doghouse what you you have no idea that doghouse it's so deep in the dark the. Thank you for being here. Talking about coach Bela check did he now take a shot at Wade Phillips for the Super Bowl. He has been busy. We'll discuss. Bill. Check is preparing for his ninth Super Bowl as patriots head coach. But he's still a time to give props to Rams defensive coordinator. Wade Phillips before New England headed to Atlanta ballot. Check said his own schemes of changed over the last thirty years, but Phillips haven't he added, quote, the system has lasted I have a ton of respect for what he's done and how he's done it over every different kind of offense. You can see so Shawn Merriman, Shannon, both played it. Wade Phillips, Shannon. Let you start with this one. What do those comments from ballot? Check tell you. He's right. He's absolutely right. If you go back to coach Belichick coach Belichick is a three four defensive coordinator cover to their their little pressure. He's not willing normally to take the safety out of the middle of feel. Wade Phillips has always had pass rusher. Skill a lot of people don't know way goes back to New Orleans when they had Rickey Jackson pats. Zwilling Sam meals von Johnson. Yeah. Then he goes to Philly. Reggie White Jerome j boogie Brown class Simmons Russia's buffalo. Bruce Smith, right pop goes, the Denver von Miller d where so he's always had path. Russia this guy. Yeah. Exactly defense rookie of the year. So he's always had guys to go. Get after the quarterback with the exception of JJ watt. JJ exactly. So he's a pressure guy. Coach Bela check with this really the exception. He had he's had a few. But not to the extent that Wade had now LT. That's that's a whole different argument. But the way they played back Dan skip coach Bela check with a covered cover tuten. Now, I won't play cover two. I don't believe you. I'm not gonna give you anything cheap with Eaton. But what we've seen lately, he's branched out. He's gone to little bit more for four down linemen. He will come within. Go. Hi, fainting. He will come with Vero blitz on you. That's not. Coach check we no way Phillips has always been pressure. And he always will be pressure. He will he has guys that can go get after the quarterback when you have an errand Donal when you have a Reggie, Bruce. And all these guys Sean Merriman, you let them do what they do go. Get the quarterback. We're gonna heat him up. We're gonna make the ball come out quick and good normally happen yet. You will give up a few plays. So would you conclude that Wade Phillips has had Tom Brady's number? I wouldn't say he's had when you got the rushers that had you look at what he's had now skip when you've got two guys in. D wears going to be in the hall of fame in bonds on hall of fame. He is and they had guys in the middle that could collapse the pocket and the pocket in his lap. So he can't step up. Tom Brady really skill. He wants to stay in that area. He wants to stay in that ten by nine ten feet nine yards. That's all he wants to do. Well, Maliki and de Wolfe with putting putting it there the off into lime in his lap. And so now he can't step. He has to slide right to bond or he has to slide right to wear..

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I don't know he's probably gonna find a shop with like two hundred and twenty or whatever you say to fifty. What's he at right now? He's at a lot of wins one hundred and fifty three okay. How many more I mean, he's got neck and back problems, doesn't he? So maybe say five six more years of what fifteen Jenner. He had nine wins last night. I'm saying fifteen dill generous gets a two hundred. Yes, he's Famer. Okay. It's also one by the way. Reese is in an MVP. So we haven't talked about Fred McGriff. He has in hundred eighty four homers more and two hundred and forty more hit in two hundred eight more Rb is he said Edgar Martinez. He's he's he's in that hall of very good. But I'm going to squeak a man because he was a beast. He was and he also gets points for being a not obvious story guy at the start of the stereo. Yes. And he's still the numbers are still not there. It's incredible. How certain guys get wind in their sales and certain guys don't it's really weird like Edgar got wind in his sails this year man, and is it based on personality. Cases. And what's incredible though? The baseball hall of fame continues to be by far the most. The station starting hall of fame. The Basketball Hall of fame is coming up, and nobody you're like well, most guys in the pro football hall of fame is like that's cool. They do it the day before the Super Bowl sorts of ceremony. Pro football hall is pretty good sell. Josh though, and everything some dudes walk in. You know, what you mean? No. I know what you mean veterans committee. Yeah, they always has even though I love him, and he gave like one of the longest speeches in the history of speeches that it took them like twenty five years, and all of a sudden lead Fred dean in that was just kind of odd. And we'd love Fred dean, Murph. Can I give you exhibit a dean fence, but still it was like, well, what took you so long? Like, you didn't know he's hall of Famer back there. There's that whole deal on on baseball to why should you vote? Edgar in in your ten, and I said, they're punishing these guys. They're punishing bonds not gonna get upset about it. You know, like I'm looking here in the last ten years have gone in. You know is is Rickey Jackson hall of Famer he is Damani Damani Dotson. Chris Doleman hall of Famer I'd say John Ogden, Warren Sapp Derrick Brooks zap. Yes. Laundry read, Michael Strahan and ESPN radio. Andre reid. Yeah. He's a hall. Yes. Yes. Him brown. Charles haley. Real shields. You know, Brett farve Kemp. Kevin Greene is Kevin Greene failure. Maybe actually, maybe, you know, Terrell Davis. Yes. Ladainian Kurt Warner. Yes. Yes. You know, Randy moss, Terrel Owens, Brian lacquer. Well, then at that point, then you should put Mike Mussina NCC's about the at that point. You know, something about baseball where we hold it to a higher standard to kinda like it for whatever reason. I don't know. But like you said, we'll Clark and Tim Lynch come to me are more talented than Mike. Yeah. But hall of Famer how many on the Golden State as we prepare to dose. How many on the were team right now? I think the hall of fame so different 'cause they'll put guys in so J Manuel go in. I think will be a hall of fame is so different. They have the women a college all in one hall through their story. Yeah. It's the pro Basketball Hall of fame or or it's just the basketball. Naismith pro. Or is it the we're just getting word right now as a matter of fact based on the fact that the criteria scholarships. I gotta be this Naismith hall just a widespread Basketball Hall of Famer first ballot. I don't know if he's getting in Dave Bauer Bank. He's on the ballot. I'm voting. Yes. The final from Mexico will be what song did Bauer Bank sing under his breath. When he stroke Jays at them. But not by the way, you can diem up. He's still shot nightshift by the Commodore.

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I'm getting cold out. Paulie MAC says he's he's. Drawn out stats. Very good Bill and Vacaville. Hey, bill. Good morning. How are you? I'm doing good. How are you doing this morning Bill? Yeah. You know, this patriot talk, you know, for the last eighteen years or twenty years they play in the worst division in football. And basically all they have to do basically win one game. It get to the Super Bowl. They usually have a by the first week of the playing at home the second week of the playoffs. And then most of the time the championship game there. And if it's on the road, it's fifty fifty with employees. So he's good points. You gotta play was there. I mean, how was the how was the NFC west many Rams cropped up with Everett for a little bit? The saints had the Rickey Jackson Sam mills for a little bit. But yeah, I mean, you know, you gotta play there. I mean, I mean, I hear what you're saying Bill, but I'm just looking at the stack. I'm just looking at the stack. Yeah. If you look at every team in the league everyone's had a chance pretty much to go to the Super Bowl and good to three or four years. There's been no one division. That's been good even one year and allows it has been a depressing division. That's for sure. Bill. Thanks for the call, man. Appreciate you. Yeah. They're saying somebody else wrote in six easy wins. These are people dying hard man there. Jack freeze. They're going to get the hypothermia and they're hanging onto the door. But, but I mean, you know, I mean, something to make note of as we discussed earlier how the NFL schedule works like they've been playing a first place scheduled for twenty years. The NFL isn't designed for teams to be able to win your division. Get a by every year play. I play schedule get a bottom draft pick and continue to be dominant with one hall of Famer called gronk to on. You're absolutely right. They've been drafted thirty two for years at play in the first place schedule. Season their coaches leave every years why let go down there at the bottom, and you can go through your little.

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Signed bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio as their new head coach he's been in the league since nineteen eighty six where he started as a linebacker coach for the New Orleans Saints. And before that he he was defensive assistant for the Baltimore stars. Tell you what I'll bet I'll bet he would know. And I'll bet you just read that a Betty coached. And I'm going to ask him tomorrow. Sam mills. Remember, we talked about Sam mills. Yes. Saint's linebacker. Yep. But he's got some memories of the late Samuel is. He was there for eight years, the linebackers coach, and they that was Sam mills Rickey Jackson that that crew that linebacking crude during that time was regarded as the best linebacking crew in football. He went from that to the defensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers. Ninety five ninety eight. And then DC for the colts DC for the Texans special assistant to the head coach for the ravens linebackers. Coach ravens DC for Stanford. DC for the Niners and DC for the bears. So he worked with he worked for both Harbaugh's, right? Because Jim would have been at Stanford at that point, John, John, obviously outweigh an San Francisco as well. So pretty pretty impressive resume tremendous defensive pedigree. And I remember hearing that he was a candidate for the forty Niners job. I believe when Harbaugh left they ended they hired Tom Soula, and they fired him a year later, but wasn't Fangio in the mix for that job. I think so I think he was too. And now we gets his paternity. I said good for him. I mean, I I mean, listen mo- most times when you make a coaching change in whatever NFL city you happen to live in. It's kind of an exciting time when the new coach's name because most people are optimistic. Most people will look at this and say, it's just sort of our nature to look at it and say, okay, let's see all the good. Things victim GIO is done. And I get that. I mean, they're not going to look at the fact that will okay. Why wasn't he he's never been a head coach before? And he's sixty years old. They don't look you tend to look at all the optimist. I mean, people in Arizona. I think cardinals fans both of them are saying, hey, you look at cliff Kingsbury look at his offense his offense of production with the Texas Tech red raiders. And why would he be able to get this offense? They don't look and say well, gosh, he's never been a head coach he has no NFL experience whatsoever. They don't look at that. They look at what allows them to feel good about that particular move. I had a buddy of mine from Chicago get ahold of me today football guy big big bears fan. And he said you're gonna love Vic Fangio. He said he is a no nonsense guy. And he said he opened every one of his press conferences talking about the Chicago Cubs. Just so, you know. And I must be big baseball fan might not play here. All that. He may have to switch to the Rockies. You know? Yeah. And he's from Pennsylvania. So he's kind of a mid western east coast kind of guy probably close to where not far from where you lived in Cleveland. So you know, you know, what kind of people come from that part of the country blue collar guys no-nonsense guys we have. An online what she's been waiting awhile. What's going on in? Hey, guys. How I am. I just curious. I think it's great, obviously, you know. Have identified the new coach? But what about the offensive line piece of it? What are what are your thoughts on that? The offense of line piece. Still to be determined. Mike Klis thought that there was a chance that Rick Dennison comes back because Gary kubiak is the officer coordinator and they've worked together for such a long time. I I'm more interested in sort of what the offense of line focus will be what's the what's the running game. Look like moving forward, and do they run what Gary has been really familiar with or do they now implement a few things that maybe Gary has picked up in the two years that he's not been in coaching. Right. I mean, is it a different running scheme? The Gary has been used to that. I mean time will tell on that. But I I've not heard a name other than Rick Dennison mentioned in terms of the offensive line. Coach Dave you mentioned the kubiak elects to run zone blocking offensive scheme. A little smaller little quicker, maybe more athletic offensive, lineman, certainly than what they played the last four or five games of the season where they had all tackles, basically and McGovern at center. So that it could be a a different look in line next year. No, I mean, I think it'll be a different look line. No matter what no matter what no matter. What? Okay. I mean. I'm not I'm not saying that everybody there is going to be unemployed. But I think that offensive line will look decisively different than what it looks like this year the way you talked about it. How would Vel dear fit into that? He's a gigantic. Right. I'm not sure I'm not sure that Jared Bill is coming back to play football. That was they might be done. That was the last thing. I heard that that he again good, dude. We had him on the show, Rick and Kathy out there. Three of us a couple of times. And I thought he did he did a pretty good job when he was healthy. He's become a brew master. I was told that he would at least contemplate up. Cleaned up and down. And that's it. Now, I thought about it last year. I mean not last year, but the the season for they signed him. He thought about retiring as well. And do you do do you have a particular interest in the office of line or you just wonder I do have a particular interest in office and line because I think that that's where the deficit is. Yeah. You're not no doubt about it. You're not alone. Jared build your mid thirty nine million dollars in his career. So if you did want to go be a home brewer shuttle little craft very back in Michigan where else home brewing kid is hit kits are he'd probably have some good seed money. How about he just buys them? Battled injuries the last two or three seasons. There comes a point in time where you loved to play. And you love the interaction with your teammates. What you don't love is having to rehab in the off season significant injuries to your body that require surgery, and then you got to. I mean, it's it is it's a grind to go through that he's been through a two or three different times. So I'm not saying it's definite. He will. But I heard from very good source that he at the very least was going to contemplate whether he wanted to continue playing. You wanna talk about this three three seven one three eighty five eighty five. We're talking about the Broncos new head coach Vic Fangio their new offensive coordinator, a familiar name, Gary kubiak, and we'll take your phone calls coming up on the other side John Morrissey, which.

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Saints are one win away from having home field advantage in the NFC go through the Superdome. Brian Baldinger, naming the NFC tea, and that gives them the most trouble when January hits do you think? Well, I think teams that can defend them. I mean, Dallas has already defended him, and we see what they can do in Chicago can defend them. I mean, you ask about teams that can get a pass rush with their front for that can man up on the outside with good cornerback play got linebackers that can run all day. Both teams have that. And so I would say both those teams can go into New Orleans and give them a hard time since we've seen it once which one you can beat them. What do you think the saints are going to go to the Super Bowl unless you think the Rams are going to be able to right the ship that has not clearly been the same since the fifty four fifty one Monday night or. No, no. And you know, but they haven't been good though, rich either they've been bundle ball against them all year the eagles all right through them. So I don't know. I don't I don't know if it wanted done yet. But you know, I think Sean McVay is looking for answers right now. It's a little late in the season. Looked brands quarterback needs to kind of be righted as well. He has not been accurate the last few weeks who who can go into New Orleans and win right now. I played in the world is rich in a playoff game one time, and I was the left guard right next to Randal Cunningham. And I didn't hear one word said all day. I mean, you talk about when you get to the playoffs. Everything gets ratchet up speed of the game the intensity the crowds get ratchet up that is going to be a New York possible place to go in there and play right now. In January was that the old Ricky the the old back in the day of Pat swilling dome patrol back in the Rickey Jackson. Jessica. Who it was? And that was you Ricky Jackson, and Pat swilling and all those cats, and for some reason Jim Mora called off the dogs in the second half and stop listening, and we got a chance to come back and win that game lately. In the AFC. How do you break that down Brian with what you're seeing on your film, and what you think can be had ingenuously and what is portable from the regular season to the postseason which team. Do you think makes Super Bowl fifty three? Well, the chargers Richard just going into Pittsburgh, and they've gone to Kansas City, and they have one the quarterback is cannot be. You can't buy that guy in any way right now. I mean, he's on fire is competitive as they come. I don't know how he's done it over fifteen years, but he looks even younger than he did two years ago. And just as fiery is ever. He probably has the best receiving core in the league to throw to and over the course of the last three weeks they've been playing without Mel Gordon, and he's gonna eventually come back. So they looked to me like with they after what they did to Kansas City last Thursday that they're going to be the most dangerous. Both of us got fresh legs Ingram is an incredible athlete. Derwin James is a star. And they a star quarterback. They look like the team to beat right now in the AFC Brian pre she at the time. And I always appreciate our chats and follow Baldy at Baldy B A L D Y. NFL for some of the best breakdowns, you'll see anywhere really appreciated Brown. You got it. We can YouTube Baldy, it's Brian Baldinger NFL network. And again, we've got the Redskins tightened ravens chargers. Double-dip coming up on Saturday night. Still outs. More football to be played for the chargers that loss at home to Denver me. Why can't the ravens come in this week with the dangerous? Lamar Jackson and pull off that win. I'm curious to see what the crowds like on Saturday to be honest. A lot of transplanted baltimoreans wondering how many are out here. If you're a charger fan. Now's the time to show up. I got a great old gen stats based on the fact that the chargers had the most Pro Bowl selections here on the rich. Churn stone..

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"I can run all day. That. On all day, the pays you're going here, they go to. Thirties, still do six thirty. First time you burst you go pull a hamstring about that. I know you can run distance. You grab me. You probably run for an hour straight for more than that. Oh, okay. I did up for that one. We're a bunch of angry Minnesotans and I know a few of those people yesterday after newly signed Viking safety, George loco was wearing Adrian Peterson's number twenty, eight jersey add practice. Relooked weird said he's not planning on wearing Peterson's number and quote. I just think that was the only number available so they just threw me in it. I'm so glad we have Eric Dickerson here with the number of our. The Rams should throw somebody into that twenty nine Sunday right. They might. Disrespectful in your pain, Eric, a I would say yes and no, because he looked football goes on with or without you, but but a player like Adrian Peterson to me would be a first ballot hall of Famer for the Minnesota Vikings. You know, no matter how it ended. He's the guy. When you look at twenty eight, you'll always think of Adrian Peterson wear number twenty eight, nine, George or whatever. Nothing against him, but but but nothing against him. I can tell you, I think in nineteen Ninety-three they put a guy modules z by name of Dexter Davis and he was a bag. Yeah, he made a Pro Bowl, but you know, I I was in, I was still playing. Yeah, and it was odd, but but my friend, Todd light told me a story. I got a story to tell you he's in nineteen Ninety-one. When I got drafted the Rams he said, Mr. Hewitt came to me with would number them away. So he gave me number twenty nine. I looked at it said, I can't let his number. Dixon's number. I'm not wearing this number so I can't wear this number. So that's how he became before you want atop. Atop Todd Todd was a good player, so it's just certain number that that that you don't, you don't wear like I look at at at Rickey Jackson, we'll take Rickey Jackson, my friend, if I'm the saints Ricky's the only hall of fame for the New Orleans Saints. They have never retired. His number matter of fact, they have a guy win number now think it's Okafor and he got drafted by by the Zona cardinals. These I think I think that is really disrespect with this is your only hall of fame guy and you're not you having somewhere when ways number. So most definitely, I don't feel like anyone should ever wear agent, pitas number. I mean, he's iconic. He's number twenty. And I think like I say he will be I ballad Ballard hall of fame when he retired from football. Yeah. If the preseason who cares giving fifty. The preseason when I play the prison, they gave me number one thought it was cool because in high school I was three in college. I was too, I would like arm number one, NFL Donald me that they give guy that they're going to cut. They get. Donald b. So you're basically saying jonky take this? No. Get out of here, George any? No. Just for the record? Georgia. Loca has been a six year started out of the Bengals. He's a, he's I'm not gonna say. Players? Yeah, go ahead. Yes, he did good player. All right. But Adrian Peterson, you go make a case. Okay. Who's the best all time? Viking. Adrian Peterson, Randy malls Allen page thread, target critic, Kara mall all know. Did it George logo that will be thought of as a Minnesota Viking or an all time? Great. Minnesota biking, but I get it for me if I'm like twenty eight. Figured that out. They show him. He got twenty. Then I know you try to stay away from that. You go to a team thanksgiving. You go to New England. Hiccup with somebody twelve. What out eighty seven even if I'm tied in eighty. Fifth, you've got to get away from me. A bunch of eighty in Denver though. Haven't they. Good morning. I need to talk to Joe l. is about that you should be putting their from everybody do driving the power. Before I go, Jenny Taft as a longtime Vikings fan, were you offended by this? It looked weird friends actually say, get skipping chain and weighing on this. Right. Just the AP all. It's just too many memories and they shouldn't be taken away. Okay. We're those same fans..

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"rickey jackson" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"rickey jackson" Discussed on Around the Rim

"There. Elliot, Boston who was the premier center in the country. Kind of a neat feel-good story. You know, from that, she's a Caribbean girl that, gosh, just a few years ago was not a very polished player that just all of a sudden just exploded on the scene and has just continued to to be dominant force and Jordan Horst. And this is the MVP now of the gold medal game and a freak athlete from Ohio off the charts potential. I would say probably the in state team of Ohio State may lead in that. The question are getting Jordan, but that remains to be seen and one of the best players that wasn't on the team. I'll say to one's already committed to Maryland, Ashley, a sue point guard who didn't make that national team, but the other one Rickey Jackson out of Detroit. Michigan, six, two small forward can play a little bit inside, but explosive can score off the dribble, shoot it deep. I mean, this kid has got the complete package of the offense of side of the ball, and you know, teed being highly recruited by virtually everybody, I would suspect. So, but there's still of of the, you know, ten players saying the top ten in the class. There's still half of them that have been uncommitted at this point. Right. Well, we will definitely keep our eyes on those players and we look forward to our next visit Dan. Yeah, thanks for all your work. What we look forward to talking more about girls basketball. Thank you for everything. We know you put a lot of energy into, you know, like you said, fifty weeks of triumphal crazy July. So hopefully get some rest and we'll talk to you again soon. Sounds good. Quarter. Bounds. It's are growing the game segment in which we are highlighting people who are continually growing the game of women's basketball than their own individual ways. And today we have one of our own. We have ESPN's WNBA on ESPN coordinating producer, two-time, national EMMY award winner producer for MBA college, basketball, low key. I heard he's let China's boss, but we don't know we own. We find out on his interview. Rodney village joining us today Riley, rigor to hear Rodney's voice, not in my ear saying only two questions only to question. Welcome to around the rim broadening. We've been wanting to have you on the show for a while because we get all kinds of fanmail obsolete to reconsider keeping up on the growth that WNBA in viewership ratings are up through the roof for this league, and you have been leading the charge as the coordinating producer. You do so much from being the connection with the league to obviously with us as talent to, you know, just all the different things that are happening. I mean, even looking at this year, you've done so many things in gain to give us different views of what's happening in the WNBA from your players. Only broadcast to, you know, having Rebecca and care on two different sides of the bench during a game, which was fantastic. WNBA all star. The the feedback we've been getting is the player access has been tremendous from player Mike's to today with three point contest in game interviews. So anyway, just wanted to give the fan in idea of all of you do, but you tell us what are your main responsibilities in this position? Let's see. Kind of to oversee the entire production budget promotion and. Also managing our relationship ESPN's relationship with the WNBA itself. We basically coordinate with the league at the beginning of every season or a couple of months before the season. What else schedules gonna look like what their promotional marketing campaign will consist of and how that fits into what we want to do at ESPN to promote the game itself and how we can enhance our broadcasts in conjunction with the league. So realistically, all the things that you named before this year, we're kind of ideas that we've talked about with the league and kind of discussed internally how we can make those things happen. Specifically the lead in this game with Rebecca Lobo Carolina and Lisa, Leslie, that was a wonderful experience. And then even going back to beginning of the year when we did put a carer Lawson and Rebecca Lobo beside the two..

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