18 Burst results for "Roger Craig"

"roger craig" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Pantheon

"It's it's a planet and the guy's laughing. He's like well, of course it is. What do you mean? He's like, no, we're. We're like we're on a planet in space lately Caselli you're that far out and you can look at Earth and see the moon and see the sun and see planets in the sky and suddenly you realize Oh my God we're suspended out here in this nothing he's like we're on a spaceship and we're all like we're on that fricken planet it's a planet you know. How many of us really ever even get to Even contemplate that you know. Visibly see it with the naked eye. So that sure that perspective thing it's a it's an interesting I. Forget why I got off on this diatribe sorry than blabbing. But Hey, Elon musk a car in space right? Does. And it's silly but it's like look at how many people were had that that impacted. So many people that day we all witnessed just again, the audacity here's a guy who was literally saying is long as it gets above the launch pad before it explodes I'm happy because he knew that if they destroyed that launch pad that was going to set back their whole manned space. Travel situation all that stuff because that particular launch pad is is crucial to their future plans. Not only did it clear the launch pad it went off both saw are both side boosters came back landed a almost like picture perfect at the same time and he got his payload out there with the little car and we were able to watch as as a as a as earthlings. This little car like tumbling out in space. It was just the you know how do you not I? Know it's kind of silly and it's the arrogance of one billionaire and that kind of thing, and it's his car and all that. But it's also kind of like, Hey, there's a bunch of kids that I'm sure. Were inspired that day to kind of you know go man or you could do that. Finally. Actually, probably a broader question is, would you ever be interested in space travel yourself? If you suddenly you know had a bunch of monster hit movies inside of you know I want to Want to take a trip somewhere. I would have to it would have to get and I think Neil degrasse Tyson. is of the same thing he said it would have to get to the point where it's as safe and communist commercial air travel to even consider it. But yes. It would be.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"It's it's a planet and the guy's laughing. He's like well, of course it is. What do you mean? He's like, no, we're. We're like we're on a planet in space lately Caselli you're that far out and you can look at Earth and see the moon and see the sun and see planets in the sky and suddenly you realize Oh, my God we're suspended out here in this nothing he's like we're on a spaceship and we're all like we're on that fricken planet it's a planet you know. How many of us really ever even get to? Even, contemplate that you know. Visibly see it with the naked eye so that sure that perspective thing it's a it's an interesting I forget why I got off on this diatribe sorry than blabbing but hey, Elon musk a car in space right? Does. Thing. And it's silly. But it's like look at how many people were had that that impacted. So many people that day we all witnessed just again, the audacity here's a guy who was literally saying is long as it gets above the launch pad before it explodes I'm happy because he knew that if they destroyed that launch pad that was going to set back their whole manned space travel. Situation all that stuff because that particular launch pad is is crucial to their future plans. Not only did it clear the launch pad it went off both solid are both side boosters came back landed a almost like picture perfect at the same time and he got his payload out there with the little car and we were able to watch as a as a as a as earthlings. Little, car like tumbling out in space. It was just the you know how do you not? I know it's kind of silly and it's the arrogance of one billionaire and that kind of thing, and it's his car and all that. But it's also kind of like, Hey, there's a bunch of kids that I'm sure were inspired that day to kind of go man or you could do that. Finally. Actually, a probably a broader question is, would you ever be interested in space travel yourself? If you suddenly you know had a bunch of monster hit movies inside of you know I wanNa want WanNa take a trip somewhere. I would have to it would have to get and I think Neil degrasse Tyson is of the same thing he said it would have to get to the point where it's as safe and communist commercial air travel to even consider it. But? Yes. It would be.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So but I think I always like a little kid I was definitely like a a big fan of like like airplanes and and fighter jets and all that kind of stuff. I was a total aviation buff and I think for a brief period of time I think at around age thirteen. I would've loved to have you know entertained the idea of becoming a pilot but again, I was a horrible student and once I started looking into what goes into the training and all these concepts seem so far. Outside of my realm I think just gave up on that and just like looking at, you know go into air airshows and that kind of thing but the you know it, it's a little different now that I'm older to kind of appreciate the the sort of like the blend of the the audacity of the human spirit to sort of like attempt to tame you know things like explosive energy and then not only tame it but put it. Into a you know a tube and then shoot it as one continuous controlled explosion at the back end of it so that we can get off this earth and go look at stuff with these super delicate instruments that you know that have to take this this crazy ride including the fragile human beings that when they go, they sit on top of this enormous bomb you know and get ourselves off the planet. So all all that stuff kind of. Started to have pardon the Pun a lot more gravity. Got Older appreciate it because there's a kid you're just kind of like, oh, it's cool. Looks Neat. NEAT goes fast and sound schools loud So I think you know the the astronomy and then what ended up happening too is I I was able to to watch from little cabin up into Hatch Abi. From well, over one hundred, fifty miles away I watched a out of Vandenberg Air Force Base where they launch a lot of these iridium. The next generation of iridium satellites They were launching rockets from there and I one night. I. I was sitting there like like just trying to take photograph of of the night guy and I saw this bright orange glow on the horizon. What is that? Like? That's weird and Austin this this bright fiery dot is going up off the ground you know way out in the distance and like. There's rocket launch going on, let's I can't believe, and then I just started researching. When do we get to see these things and there's all these websites that give you advance notice of rocket launches and Vandenberg and all that stuff and so it just all of a sudden it was it was like another thing to go try to photograph and then it was like, Oh, I can do time lapse of this or Oh, I can also get a really nice long Zumra. Long Range Zoom Lens and see how much detail I can pull out of it, and then it was so yeah it all kind of sort of part and parcel but I definitely was a fan of the space shuttle as a kid I mean we used to be I can remember it playing in my backyard and Orange County and watching the the glass on sliding glass door vibrate as the space shuttle landing it leaders March Air Force Base is whether they used to have a hobby. I think it was March Air Force Base. I could get the wrong but when they would have to do a west coast landing for the space shuttle..

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"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I've interviewed movie stars, Rockstars bestselling authors frequently we've ended up veering into areas outside of what they're promoting they have hobbies and other passions that really inspire them and they usually don't have enough space to delve deeply into those. So I decided to create a whole podcast series devoted the people's pursuits outside of their main gigs in other words, their side jams my I guess is Roger. Craig Smith A well-known voice. Actor who for the last decade has portrayed Chris Redfield in the resident evil and marvel versus Capcom video game series. He has also played many different characters in animation and video games including Captain America Sonic, the Hedgehog and Kylo Ren. He frequently portrays the dark knight including voicing him in last year's Batman Ninja anime beyond his work behind the MIC Roger Likes to get behind the telescope. He's an avid fan of astronomy rocketry and space travel which headed via.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Pantheon

"Frequently we've ended up veering into areas outside of what they're promoting they have hobbies and other passions that really inspire them and they usually don't have enough space to delve deeply into those. So I decided to create a whole podcast series devoted the people's pursuits outside of their main gigs in other words, their side jams. My I guess is Roger Craig, Smith A well-known. Voice actor who for the last decade has portrayed Chris Redfield in the resident evil and marvel versus Capcom video game series. He has also played many different characters in animation and video games including captain, America, sonic the HEDGEHOG and Kylo Ren. He frequently portrays the dark knight including voicing him in last year's Batman Ninja anime beyond his work behind the MIC Roger Likes to get behind the telescope. He's an avid fan of astronomy rocketry and space travel which headed via.

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"roger craig" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"They didn't have a tied in and the side expect the Roger Craig the block a linebacker to bad place to run get the tight end over there get some security and then run it Reggie Williams you're gonna be a lot more successful it is still second in ten of the forty yard line for Montana pays back for all seven long down the middle going for the homeowners try to get the ball to John Taylor Eric Thomas one up within the you talk about contact downfield that's going to make a third and ten it was incomplete will cops came over and helped out defensively you know surprising that Joe Montana that time did not even get Jerry rice we had a one for one situation on the other side he was all over him when the ball was in the air a slap on the back Jack of all was underthrown but he gave a couple shots in the back as I was coming down he was playing the ball so there was no flag thrown this is the tenth play of the drive at the Cincinnati forty third and ten for the forty Niners motion by the tide in the blitz is on Montana back to throw he runs out of the pocket drops it short that's the first time since the bye bye see he held the ball held the ball ran out of the pocket and waited for someone that someone was comparable to seventy yards and a other thing we talk about Montana there's something I'm going to tell you something else rather than a something very special you know the average showed receiving about running back is about six yards he averages nine point one to catch he's a terrific blocker a good runner in a very solid dependable guy that was a killer play and the first round of the twenty four yard line of the bundled price goes in motion there's a fake by Montana rolling right throwing over the middle it is Wilson first goal in the Bengals argue that it's incomplete and it might be ruled incomplete at the one yard line Mike Wilson might have dropped the ball but they gonna put it down at the one I will probably have a reply look at this one what a fastball maintain a through yes he did and of course that was bobsled run rich he was found in possession of the ball it's going to be first and goal but a look at this replay but I think the play will stand I think so too number twenty four got turned around on the play and that's why he was open though the pants went to Mike Wilson to the two develops brought him down Wilson was juggling a bit as he went down but appeared a bullet to his chest and lost the money if the deck but I think that's possession and control of it in his left hand Jack I don't think there's any question about the ground campus a possible situation we we both agree let's see control is what they say about much to his chest with his wife I did too I thought he had a nail in there and I didn't think that there was any kind of a question about the call in about the control of the ball but evidently there was so it's second down and ten at the Cincinnati twenty four Montana's Jerry rice thank you for all your drop what is often the break in complete third little pop pass over the middle and incomplete to handle the interesting observation on the part of Sam Weiss before the game I talked to and but I have a locker room before they went out for the pre game warm up and talk about the plan and he said you know I feel fantastic I just feel calm and collected and as cool as I possibly could be about our defense he's the I think we're going to play a terrific lady outstanding game defensively I thank the tight end out and put in Mike Wilson is a third wide receiver for the forty Niners thirty ten at the Cincinnati twenty four motion by Wilson Montana back that's for all they pick up the blitz he rolls right the roles runs throws incomplete they wanted to try to run for the first time he saw that he couldn't do it try to get the ball very loaded Jerry rice but it is fourth down into the game comes my cover to drive field goal and go for this year on field goal on grass this year twenty two of twenty eight on a grass service service which is seventy nine percent and it's only been five of ten artificial turf is very surprising but it gets very much better on natural terrain call for it was with Cleveland great play and also with New Orleans he will try a forty one yard field goal holder is the potter helped me the staff from center is made they get it on the cake is up with three fourteen first quarter greater nothing San Francisco giving people back in our studio.

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"roger craig" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"I never left the field. So yeah so. So the millennials are definitely Are Chasing you know. Thousand thousand I I really. I'm happy for Christian McCaffrey. Because he's just did it back in November who's past November and Marshall. Faulk DID IT. You know Like well eighteen years after I did it Christian. Mccaffrey did it just about nineteen eighteen years after Marcia fog did it. So it's really tough to do if nothing it's not it's not hard. I mean I it's. It's not easy that you can just go out and do thousand thousand. That's really a tough thing to do. A Lotta athletes tried to do it over the years and they couldn't they didn't succeed. There's only been three and I was number one. You know the first one ride you you would. You look around Right now here. It is the beginning of May And though the world around us has basically been shut down for the last two months. Do you think there's going to be football in the fall? I think is GonNa be football in the fall. I really do You know it's GonNa we still got a you know. Do our social you know distance. Stand away from each other for a while but I think they're gonNA they're gonNA be football. It's football is is such a big sport you know. And it's GONNA be a lose a revenue if they don't put football out in the Field Roger. This company that you work with sports thread. It's an APP which is connecting athletes. High School athletes to colleges and it gives them the opportunity to showcase their skills to disseminate their skills for coaches and for colleges. And and this this all existed before the corona virus correct. Yeah there ahead time I mean you know you know The Guy Sean leary the C O Of Sports Threat. They created this this platform for kids. You know a few years ago and Dicko Donald turned me onto. This guy was one of my colleagues. I worked with a typical software. I reported to him. Marketing Guy Head of marketing at the time. And and so he he did this on the side and he brought me along to be a part of it. And I've talked to Lauren night this morning. And we're all excited about about sports threat and everything. But what how? How the company's doing and so this is really a great platform for high school kids to us. You know to to be able to put their their all their stats and all their video. You know so. College coaches can see what they've accomplished because they all want to go to college. They all want to play in college. You know and and these kids you know. They have the platform to do it with sports threat. We're speaking with Roger Craig. The legendary running back for the forty niners and I mentioned the introduction when we started the show Roger that you're arguably one of the best players not in the hall of fame you can have sometime and it's really it's really tough man you know but you know. I I look at this way. You know You Know I. I made impact in the sport. You know I created this. This this platform for the millennials. They're after thousand thousand and you know people don't realize I did two thousand dollars two different positions where I did at full-back and I did at half back in eighty eight. I you know I I have fifteen hundred yards rushing six hundred receiving over two thousand yards in two different positions. No they don't even talk about that you know and MVP the NFC that year in sports illustrated player of the year. You know so. It's like wait a minute. Why why? Why am I not going to haul so? I think it's going to happen. You know Soon I think would happen this year but this current advisor kind of interrupted. A little bit. You know you know. That's why they stay. They didn't even have a hall of fame induction this year. You know so. It's Kinda Kinda sad you know but it's going to happen and and I'm not gonNA worry about it. You Know Roger as one of the pillars of that forty niners dynasty. That one those three Super Bowls under Bill Walsh to under George. Siefert know the conversation obviously the last few years especially after last year when the Patriots won their Sixth Super Bowl is that Patriots dynasty greater than forty niners. And Look. This is what we talk about in sports You know I'm not afraid. I'm not afraid to admit that the Patriots had done some really impressive things. Planning Tom Brady is one of my favorite guys that I love talking about. You know he's from the you know. The Bay area's in San Mateo. Good friends with his father. Tom Brady played in nine super bowls and won six. Come on you gotta give him the best saying he's the best you know. I if you're not giving them if you're not giving me that kind of props to San. He's he's not the best ever then. You're you're jealous you know. This guy is amazing high. You know what I I mean. I understand your point. I'm not disagreeing. I'm just surprised to be hearing that from a guy who you know who's there with Joe Montana. We know super bowls. Well well you know like I say you know what the Joe did his thing. He started at all he. That's Tom by Joe Montana. Did that motivated Tom. You know so but you think about it. Tom Has played in nine super bowls and won six pretty good. I mean what quarterback has done that you know so you can't you can't be biased and and and just you know And be be jealous if someone no. I'm not jealous of Tom Brady. I'm proud of Tom. Brady you know like I said I'm good friends with his father you know and and and And hopefully he'll he`ll. He's got a good job in Tampa when he goes down there. I'm pretty sure he will. Because he's a leader he's A. He's a great leader. You know and they they'll leave. The team was definitely step up with Tom. Brady being on thirteen and we're speaking with Roger Craig the NFL LEGEND. Who expects at some point to be in the hall of fame? He's certainly got a very strong case. But we mentioned earlier. You know you played in college for Tom. Osborne you played in the pros for bill. Walsh two of the guys in the conversation among the ten most Successful iconic coaches in the history of this great game but it so different. At least the way I I didn't know either of them have been around each minimally. I'm not sure I've been around either other than covering a game But but how would you compare their approaches? Well they're on the same page because it's not about. They coach that it's not about you. It's about the team and I learned that in high school. My High School because really taught me that. That's why Cozy Osborne like me so well because you know What I did in high school I. I did the same thing. I switched to fullback and blocked. You know you know. And so he likes that you know they. He knew that I was team guys. Not About me. It's about the team. And that's my whole attitude that I took from high school to to collegiate to professionals and to to corporate. I have the same mentality here. Tipco I work at typical software and I'm business. Development is my title I've been with TIPCO for twenty years. You know and and we've been and that's how I met Dicko Donald Dick O'Donnell Termi on sports threat. You know and Dicko. Donald was the guy I reported to when I first started TIPCO you know and and so I learned all these things and they and when you when you learn these types of things it helps you later in life. You know. 'cause you're not selfish and I'm from the Mid West and I keep my mid west values with me. I'm humble always going to be humble. Human being I learned from my brother I learned from Walter. Payton learning from a lot of people that you know that Kinda Kinda helped my hand and a little bit you know and so it's important in life you know to know your values and I stick to my values and that's what I know the hall of fame. We'll be coming up. You know one day they'll get me in. I don't cry about it. I don't talk about it. You know And just let them do do. When they're ready for me. Roger Craig Nineteen eighty-eight and fell offensive player of the year. Three time super bowl champion of four time pro Bowler one time first team all pro and one of the cornerstones of one of the great dynasties in the history of sports writer. It's really been a pleasure. Though you know knows another thing yesterday. You know. I made all decade with Walter Payton Eric Dickerson. I. I'm on your side on this one. Roger I'm wizard I you're only nine years older than me. But you know you were when I was a kid you know in the NFL in the nineteen eighties. I mean you couldn't be much better than Roger Craig. Awesome says thank you Roger. Thanks for being on the show. Pleasure man this the this brain gives me life. You know to be able to talk with you on the show bring up. The are my history all things that positive things I've done in life you know and do these crazy corona virus times. You know. I need this kind of stuff you know. So thank you so much for having me on your show and you got me. I got goosebumps. All where my wife my wife go make me go grocery store now when I when I think those super bowls I get goosebumps to Roger. Craig care. Bye-bye I'm Jeremy Shop and you can listen to new editions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN APP. Beginning at six. Am Eastern time..

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"roger craig" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Of Fame Three Time Super Bowl champion for the San Francisco. Forty niners running back Roger. Craig Roger. Thank you for joining us on my treasures Jerry. This is awesome Rodrigue. It's really an honor for us to have you on the show. I was a fan of your teams. In the way you played back in the nineteen eighties you came into lead from Nebraska and those remarkable forty niners teams with Joe Montana Ronnie Lott But but but what I WANNA talk to you about today. And you're in the advisory board for this APP. It's called sports threat and in it's about connecting high school athletes With coaches with colleges at this time when there can be no a regular time right now because of the social you know You know connection with Cronin Virus. You know that this application is is amazing. Sports thread is such a great social networking application for youth sports and thank God for their platform created by Sean leary the CEO You know 'cause we are going through this pandemic of this corona virus and uses you know are logging into the application. You know you wouldn't believe it. They're logging into four times a day. So I I. It's great for high school athletes that they're not letting the Kernan virus affect them. They're they're emailing coaches coaches and And trying to promote themselves to create an opportunity to play in college. And that's what it's all about at the end of the day you know and that's being creative. So we're speaking to the former all pro running back from San Francisco. Forty niners Roger Craig and Rogers on the Advisory Panel for this application of free social networking APP and this isn't just a commercial for sports. But it's it's doing something It's kind of It's interesting right now because as I said you can't have face to face contact visits right now obviously school. What are athletes use them? They're blowing up. The you know the rap I mean. It's four times a day. These guys are are trying to reach out to to to see coat the college coaches and you know you know to to to to promote themselves basically. How does it work? Well you know they have to just go go online and and and and connect with you know with the schools that you want to go to and in and then they can show their video and and they can do. They can even talk on the video for for themselves. You know for coast to see how the kids how. How a kid that they're trying to you know to recruit you know so so it's amazing You know out you know that Sports created is pretty awesome. You know this is what we need right now and I'm assuming obviously this is all kosher within the rules of the NCAA. They're all kinds of Arcadia. Obviously all legal. They're all kinds of arcane rules. About what kind of communication is allowed between coaches and recruits? But this is really mostly bad. Not not the big stars who are being recruited who the coaches. We're GONNA find them the cool thing about this out. The coaches could go back all throughout their whole career of high school. You know all for three years you know whatever years I mean. There's some schools ninth grade. You know and summer or just just you know you you go from the south more on up but you can go off all three to four years back. How great these these players were in easy to you know to recruit them I I. It's like you know they use they. They they they can just see how they progress over the years you know. And that's the cool thing about this about this sports threat. You know you know advocation you know that that. They have communication with the kids. And and all their stats. Everything is all put on this APP. You know y you know makes it easy for recruiters go out to recruit them. You know so. They don't even have to even go to the school. You know to recruit the kidding. Just go from. Look at and say Oh. This kid can play Bam give him a scholarship ride. You played for one of the legendary college coaches of all time. Tom Osborne Nebraska. I wouldn't be. I wouldn't be talking to you today because of him. Really no reason why Okay my junior year I was. I was all big eight. That's when it was called the big eight conference all seventy-nine Yup and I was all big eight. You know You know junior you know going into my senior year you know And I'm thinking wow I get chance you know. Be a heisman candidate or something you know you know. I was preseason American. They promoted me up. There'd be preseason all American all of that and then Mike. Rosier game came in and Coach Osborne called me to his office and he asked me Roger. Would you switch to fullback because you we we have other running by coming in? That could be really potent. You know backfield would would you to in the backfield together. I say a coach. If it's going to help us win so be it. I'll play fullback and that year. We lost only one game and Tom Osborne you know I mean he he he he just loved me to death when when I did that for him and so but you know. I didn't know that John Gruden's father was with the professional scout for bill loss. And so John Gruden's coach for the raiders. His father `to bill wash what I did. My senior year unselfish. Not Been Self centered. 'cause most guys would would transfer and go to another school. You know to do that. You know a the senior year on top of that. So bill washed draft me. Is this first? Pick in nineteen eighty. Three 'cause you know. He saw what I did and he knew that I I was versatile could could be a full back and running back but he didn't know I could catch it though he didn't know I could catch the ball so I heard that they're interested in me. You Know I. It was a sports illustrated where I read. Is that Bill Washes instant drafting Roger Craig. I'm like Oh my gosh. I tried to catch the ball because Nebraska Rosca. We didn't run catch any passes. We just ran the ball down your throat so I call one hundred passes a day passes a day just in case. They drafted me as the first pick and they did and I was prepared. Irving Fryar must have caught a few passes right collar. Couple talking about talent. I mean with yourself and Zere in. Fryer all there at that time plan for Tom. Osborne remarkable and then you go you go to the NFL. We're speaking with Roger Craig. The former all pro running back for the San Francisco Forty niners three time super bowl champion. And you're one of the great dual threats ever coming out of the backfield hundred eighty five in that season. After you guys had won the Super Bowl the previous year you had a thousand fifty rushing yards. Yeah you had a thousand sixteen receiving yards ninety two reception and I guess I guess what position. I was playing full when I did that. You were back. I led the whole. Nfl in receiving with ninety two catches. I caught more path any receiver in a league and I was a fool bag. You know on top of that you know I never. I was on the field. Ninety eight percent of the time you know hard it is to do a thousand thousand you know to be on the field ninety eight percent of the time..

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'He's the best ever': 49ers legend Roger Craig says Tom Brady is the greatest QB of all time

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

'He's the best ever': 49ers legend Roger Craig says Tom Brady is the greatest QB of all time

"Might your Craig was asked who's the greatest quarterback of all time right Tom Brady played in nine super bowls and won six come on you gotta save the best ever the whole if you're not given that that kind of process and he's he's not the best ever then you're just jealous this guy is amazing

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"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We had a few minutes until we talk to Roger Craig I'm interested to hear what is the what he is thinking after getting snubbed once again for the hall of fame I don't think it's gonna go drew Pearson because Roger is so incredibly positive but I would imagine that he's probably going to be fairly disappointed with how do you think you'll be all yeah I think it was for Roger has forever upbeat version estimating he's the hum baby only with high name baby was always don't get your Dabur down so this Roger Craig is eternal light and everything is good and the so you know boy engine useful but he was a he felt like he told me several times both on the air and off the air that he thought this year was the year he would get in and he found out weeks before the Super Bowl was a hard weekend for the forty Niners not just losing the game in the way they lost the game and John Lynch did not go in the night before the Superbowl Brian young did not go in the night before the Superbowl and then the game itself and and I never really asked him about the fumble but you know it's hard is the the forty Niners before these last two appearances in the Superbowl were five for five yeah so you never really had the pain of losing the Superbowl that's right Joe Montana's legacy is so glittering because a Superbowl numbers are so incredible Hey it's almost like he never threw a bad pass in the Superbowl well he did lose other games before the Superbowl and I'm trying to come up with the this loss and I I listen to the whole game back last night I couldn't sleep in I watched it back obviously a few times that I listen to it back again and it was it was there it was there yeah I mean obviously I thought they would have I thought they won the game I thought they were going to win the game and then that that third in fifteen which is two three Jack watched is the play that the chiefs called and they had a special coming out of that overturned in a flip the whole game but to have a ten point lead was seven thirteen to go on the Superbowl when the opponents are facing a third fifteen is just beyond comprehension to lose the game so it's difficult so I you know which we compared it to the Superbowl forty seven loss on Monday in Miami John and I think this one is tougher and the only one that I could think of is you know when Joe got hurt the letter Marshall hit and Roger fumbled and a field goal yeah they they didn't give up a touchdown in that game I gave about five field goals to lose the game fired five he so that was and that was gone for three feet and all that was to win three in a row and no one's done that as so that one is really hard so I mean I outside of that law so you know what what was the most the obviously all the ones in the early seventies against the cowboys in the in the you know the onside kick they went or you know just terrible allusion what seventy two I think that one was so it just but this loss year having a Roger Craig is used to going to parades and I wonder how many forty Niners are a lot of the guys in Los Vegas I mean did you watch this parade today do you I'm watching it I'm watching it I can't tell you know I because that would have been our parade yeah so I I think you know is it as a competitor on what George get a lot to say about I was coming back with them and if MFN vengeance and I think it's gonna really motivate them like Kansas city I think they like watching knowing what's parade last year after they lost the AFC championship game to them and they they felt like they beat them here they don't line up offsides one time if they ever got the ball in the overtime would they have one so they had the same pain and they were able to bounce back in like the forty Niners they're young team but as far as just overall heart break of a loss I mean I think this one on Sunday night I I'd have to go back to Roger losing the ball and the fumble against the New York Giants there would be a you know a loss that is that that wasn't a Superbowl but that was to get to one to try to go three in a row which has never been done to this day so that one is certainly painful absolutely and I think I just think that it's like anything in life the deeper you get into something the harder it hurts when you lose so to me when you lose a super ball especially in that fashion it's it's got her a lot I did see this is far as numbers go numbers are just numbers you can Buck trends all the time but out of fifty three super bowls obvious we played fifty four but will play the next season the team that loses gets back to the Superbowl seven of fifty three times it's thirteen percent and wins it only twice the seventy two dolphins in eighteen patriots so it's very difficult in the super will hang over is it a real deal of the last ten only the eighteen patriots did it they lost to the eagles and they beat the rams obviously last season the rams missed the playoffs last season nine seven of the last ten one won the Superbowl to miss the playoffs too lost in the wild card to lost in the conference three lost in the divisional so you're going to make the playoffs seven eight eight out of ten made the playoffs to miss but it's it's hard it's just it's hard to go back to back bills did yeah I I lost it's hard I I I I appreciate all the work I don't care I mean that is just those are different team should have to go back to compare every single one I have the one that I would say would be the dolphins by the early seventy this seventy one dolphins loss to the cowboys and they got hammered they got beaten soundly twenty four three and that was a young team there was don Shula just come in from Baltimore they had some veterans wanna Connie was there and Paul Warfield but you know they they were they were rising and they dominate pro football for two straight years seventy two and seventy three and seventy two obviously undefeated one in seventy three went back to back and in seventy four they lost to the raiders Misia hands game so I you know it buffalo lost four in a row so they came back I wonder if they would have won one yeah I don't know what makes that kicked do they have the resilience to come back nine keep losing I don't know I think there's a certain age to losing that motivates you know I think they emit is jumping over sports San Antonio Spurs if Bosch doesn't get that rebound and feed ray Allen I'm not sure the spurs come back and win the next year's championship so you know it there was a time where the Super Bowl hangover was all anybody ever talked about it and I know it very well from the raiders after losing Superbowl thirty seven they were never the same but that was an older team that that was you know much older team so I I I I I just think this is a young team they're older a couple spots obviously at left tackle left corner but beyond that it should have some major the offense of line but you know to go back and look at every single Superbowl team that lost I think it's it only matters father twenty nineteen forty Niners respond and what they do going four to twenty twenty and I think based on what I saw from Nick Bosa and what George cattle had to say and the youth to the quarterback imagenes not started a lot of games him playing more and more and more we better I I have no reason to think I don't think it's like the Ramstein the rams team of last year I could sense was start to slide just because there are there other coaches brilliant there's no doubt but they they had to open up what they do when they were sober lie in on that one action which was there outside zone stretch run to the left by the way and what where did say he's coming back is not gonna retire so we'll see what the forty niner left tackles gonna do so we'll see right let's talk to Roger Craig he is we're gonna come in certainly which is great Roger Craig former forty Niners great to joins us cursive you may guess I'm Roger earlier you know Roger was runner because you guys are you know they will they will find their their their their their model what what what they need to bring to the table you know there's a couple of the other guys you know like I said Jimmy G. and look your sermon bill because they're a veteran a known what it takes to play at that level but they learned this is something that was a learning curve for them you know and next year they'll be off the charts milagro Bozo no guardroom all my gosh we gonna take you to the next level hi dear to you you know they they they got the right leaders around them right sherry hand it's rather won three super bowls you know I mean you know he knows what it takes to take it to the next level yeah you know you've got you know a lot of other players I Turner you know guy McIntyre all these guys around around those here so they're gonna be fun it leads to Lynch one one symbol at a temple he don't know what it takes to take it to the next level it's just it's just everyone buying into work and just plain hard and and just take it to the left not bring up that they have to start you know not hundred doctor I see this all the time you get three meals a day when you're hungry when you started you know when you get to go to when you get some milk so you you have to take it to that next level that day you're in the jungle and you looking for food go for the kill and so I think these young Bucks there didn't it they they they are getting there and I love what I saw in the game but I didn't like what some the referees did not you know kiddo that was suspect to me are you know it push all about I just don't think that when they're going for the ball that's crazy give us your thoughts on the stretch in and.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"But I think at the same time, you you can't be foolish enough to think that you're not movable. You just can't beat it. Just you can't be that way keys foolishness or is it just naievety. Is it just that haven't been through it before they they're foolish is you keep expecting something to happen different. Even though it's happened one way every time. That's foolishness naive is just I've never been through this. I thought everybody was going to kind of be cool. And it turns out that everybody's everybody is cool. But everybody's out looking for themselves. I'm not looking out for you. Or average looking out for me. But everybody else is cool. And I'm not looking out for me. I'm looking. For the organization, right. And they have for him better prospect that we get it. But I don't so I should know that you not Anthony Davis already know that. But you also came to me, and they told me all of a sudden I was playing football. You know, we're gonna move you for Jerry. Jerry Rice, we'll we're gonna get Jerry Rice in and and Roger Craig and we will package them up. And we're gonna move you. What I'm what you want me to do? Oh, I got you wouldn't but. Man, which we do. But there's also the factor that if you're Kouzmin specifically, and you're you aware about Anthony Davis. You do have that part down. But you also know that LeBron's showed up you've been balling out with him like those to mess together. Really? Well, right away. You look at BI. He struggled a little bit with them initially. He looked at Lonzo. He's to struggle with his shot. See looking around going. Oh, yeah. I'm good 'cause I'd have fit in really well right out the gate with Brian. And then you find out that while it is true that you fit really well with Brahman the gate. You ain't good your steel eight. They're still going to move you to that's got us thing a little bit. Because you doing everything you think you need to do to justify anything, you think you thank you do. But you may not necessarily be doing it the way that they needed done, which is you getting them over the top. They don't feel like you're a part of what can get to the next stage is a lot of times players of people in general think that because someone specifically have a certain type of numbers in sports that has getting it done doesn't mean it is getting done. Then just means that his points in this way or catches in touchdowns that way, but at the end of the day, I remember when we try to Curtis more than we got rid of age Maria. I couldn't believe like Adrian just rush for like fourteen hundred but it was a different type of fourteen hundred Carter smart rush for like thirteen which is same as fourteen but it was a different thirteen. It was a it was Curtis Curtis. Martin was a seven seven nine fifteen a loss to another seven seven seven eight nice run a forty eight. Morales was a sixty loss loss loss loss, forty gain a one loss loss, but with the the day the numbers. Added up till you look at it. He was like. I like a d but this do cars more. And if this difference between Emma's myth and Barry Sanders. Yeah difference. Yeah. Smartness top ten rushing still right? Which is all time. Always just one name. People miss when you're talking because he just didn't it didn't look a certain type away. But the -ffective is was just ridiculous..

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"roger craig" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ceiling the stages only elevated about fifteen inches. So you can't hardly see the artists. But you go there, and you have a hell of a good time because there's so much history in this place and Rogers one of the most disguised singing the song. Roger Craig should I tell he's a good friend of mine remote. A great guy. He's pretty unique deal. He went to Texas A and M and got his degree in accounting. When he graduated. He a lot of people don't know this. He was actually an accountant he was in accounting at a big at a big firm. And it was like, this ain't Neiman. I'm dying here. So if you knew it now, you'd say he never could have worked in a corporate environment. He never could've gone didn't accounting degree could he's smart as whip. But he had this artistic side that he wanted to. That he wanted to develop by the way for our listeners on keys, fourteen forty in corpus. He's from corpus as you probably already knew. Anyway. So this song he did this song Riverstone, and they did this big event, and they made it in the Guinness Book world record, the most people floating the river at one time together. I think they hooked everybody together S allow p you're right. You are Archimedes could've reformulated based not on the density of the bodies entering the water. But on the release in the Todd, although I guess it doesn't affect the density. If the is inside your body or outside.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"He was on three Super Bowl winning teams with the San Francisco forty Niners. His name is Roger Craig? When did you know you were in the playoffs every year, you're in football? I think. Never Miss Lebanon consecutive playoffs. That's amazing. Even after I left forty nine ers. The the Vikings the last two, you know. Yeah. So when did you know it was time in eleven years running back the clock is ticking after year four or five. Yeah. Well, I didn't want to be out there like limping around. I went to leave. I wanted to retire healthy. And and and, you know, feel you know, feeling good about what I've done over over my career, you know, and not just be out there playing just to get yards. You know being selfish to me that's being selfish to play the game to get yards. You know and things like that. That's not cool. Now, what's cool is? When you bring something to the table and you help the team to the playoffs. Then you bring some legacy to it to the game, you know, and a lot of times guys play to get the yards. And all that. I I don't I don't I'm not I'm not individual type of player like that. You know, if it's gonna hurt your team for me to get yours. That's not cool. You know? I I want to win. I'm used to win. I never lost in my life. That's true. You played in Nebraska. Yeah. I want championships in high school in Nebraska, lost four games. My five four years there. Four total games. Wow. You know? So. It just shows you, you know, you know, being, you know, being one heartbeat and understanding what what my rose were throughout my whole life, and even in the company in the corporate world, a typical software. They definitely understand what I do you know for for LA the customers and for my teammates. So you also learn from Walter Payton something. Never lose your endurance. Never. He told me to never lose mine Durance take two weeks off. And I said, I did I two weeks off and and basically. Go on vacation with my family. And and I figure out what I wanted to do what kind of goes I want to accomplish the next year. And so I just train. My get my mind and body ready to train for those three seasons in one season. A lot of guys I bet you I can talk to a lot of millennials right now and say do you understand what three season once season me? I don't think they understand that. Well, no three season one season your first eight games your first season your second game of the second season. Then you have the play offs. So you have to train your mind and body to to to understand do those that do that time of you know, when things come up, you gotta be ready. You know? So your first game, you're not like all burnt out. And then you hit a wall you still rising rising through the second season. And then you rise even higher in third season. That's why we played so well in the play offs. You know, fifteen guys used to train with me. You know, really train with me in the off season. We used to run the hills and trails everything Jerry Rice all of them. Wow. Where did you guys train? We're trained we trained at Menlo Park at the college right there, but we ran up into trails to do all of the endurance running. The first three months we run three times a week, you know in the trails and Edgewood park, we did. And that's in Saint Carlos, you know, and then we run park, you know, Rancho Santa rancher San Antonio park. We we're on that. We just switched up, you know, but we run three times a week Monday Wednesday and Friday, and then we will list every day, you know, Monday Wednesday. Three times. Two times lower bodies on Tuesdays and Thursdays. But we'll run three times a week for about a month and a half. Don't even do any sprints or anything. And then we will go to the track after about two two and a half months. We would run like four hundred meter workouts, three hundred meter workout. You know, and then as we get closer to training camp will condense it down even more. We're run pyramids of one hundred eighty sixty forty twenties. And we would have like thirty seconds wrestling between each run, you know, you know, just just like which is gearing our bodies up for for the run the run plays, you know for for training camp. You know? So we're so I'm telling you man, we did this for years and not just after football players worked out with me. Barry Bonds came out and train with me. Mitch Richmond came out and train with me. Eddie, George came out trays. Santa's rookie year he came out and train with me. Barry Sanders agent, call me and could he trained with me because he saw the article in Sports Illustrated. No pain. No gain. Look it up. Yeah. Sports illustrated. No pain. No gain. He read that article he want he wanted to come out and train with you know, with this. Yeah. Very very Sanders and his brother came out and train with me because rookie year, and we made a Pro Bowl that same year. How cool was that? I love that that you know, we both made the Pro Bowl that I made it, you know. So it's really cool, man. Now, did I can't imagine other teams because this isn't there's no coaches there you guys doing this on your own go wash trust me. He trusted me. He trusted me managed to get to work with these guys. And then in training camp. We wouldn't go to today's. We would we would have practice in the morning had a great big practice in the morning afternoon. We just meet. Because you guys were on behalf of my guys are shaped work training with me kina Turner, Eric, right? Mike Wilson Jeff fuller. They all worked out with me. So cool. And so obviously, you're an endurance guy before your career was over. So the transition from a football to running marathons was basically, it's still a different. It's a different she's gone from fast, which slowed slow. The reason why the reason why we're I ran a marathon. I I did a lot of work with San Francisco PD, they made me a solo. I was their fifth. I out charity work after I fall, you know, so they made me a solo. And I was I was number six on. And they only have like only eight or ten of these, you know, now over one hundred years, but they under me with being one of them. What's a solo? It's like it's like an award. They give you, but you're part of the family. I got it. Okay. Family. Yeah. And you can go it up, man. A solo. You're you know, they have my number. I'm number six. That's cool. The list. You have to do some really spectacular with them, you know, allow charity work, and so they wanted me to do a fifteen mile run to raise money for Special Olympics. And so so basically, I say, wow, I never ran all around it was like four miles 'cause you know, the trails you like four miles long. He said, I can can you give me a couple of a couple of months, I can train, you know, the run fifteen miles, you know, and and they say, sure, sure. You know, we'll give you a couple of months, and so they gave me a couple of months, and and I I was ready. I was ready to go. So you know, they have to next to me who ran marathons are kind of coach me. Right. And and so we rent we finished under two hours and fifty you know. Two hours. We we we finished, you know, the fifteen miles. I'm like, wow, man. I feel good. I fucking run eleven miles. I you know, I felt good. I run a marathon. That's how I got some running marathons I over forty marathons man after the break more with Roger Craig if it's on your mind. It's.

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"roger craig" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on KTRH

"January twenty four th will do the job fair to get three hundred veterans hired. And I would appreciate your help. Now, you might not be the decision maker at your company. But this is where you make a difference, you go marching down to whoever, you know, the highest ranking person at your officer, you know, go, hey, they're doing a veteran's job fair on the twenty fourth. We're always hiring. Why don't we why don't we participate? And then you send me an Email Michael berry show dot com, and we get your company a booth get your signed up and ready to go, by the way, I gave away the Pat green tickets yesterday pretty fast. So sorry. I know a lot of you're still sitting in emails, but it's booked up. I'll see what I can do. You know, what happens is sometimes friends of mine will buy a table. And then at the last minute, they'll tell me they can't make it. And usually what I'll do is. I'll give it to camp hope or call one of our biggest members. But sometimes I'll just give it away to somebody new random act of kindness. So, yeah, we've got running Millsap next Friday, and Roger Craig the Friday after so if that happens again that I'll give those away, but you got. To be quick. All right, James. I want to get a sense of what's going on in your personal life. Now. Listen, you didn't offer up. Well with me. So I want you to be completely honest. Okay. Because this is a burden. I read earlier this morning that seventy eight percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck is that you I want you to be completely honest. I'm not gonna judge, and I don't think you're asking for sympathy. Okay. Well as of late we have because we haven't gotten caught caught up. I mean, it takes a lot to get ready to finally purchased a house, and you know, you're doing your James.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Yes. Jeff's awesome. That's a that is a lovely human being. But let me know if you're to gel Challah doesn't well let me know undercut your how dare you. Jobs. I jokes. You should be in it. I mean, you can play your fam- like you have that accent down because that is your family, then we'll we'll kind of Nexans very we speed like dis where denied Judy news video rough and yeah, so there's like a clear, and I appreciate that. Then it isn't just generic Nigeria. It isn't Will Smith and concussion. Oh, yeah. Shots fire. You know? We'll Smith come at me. I'll jump into the canyon to he's busy on Instagram. Right. Oh, that'd be rich. Exactly. He's literally going what if he say about? And then you have another sonic game. That's dropping twenty nineteen. We do we thought it was coming out earlier. And that's okay. Skier over fourteen. The official names on the team racing. Teams on a grazing. Thank you. Thank you cheese once again at Roger Craig Smith. But yeah, so we got another game coming out, and I'm not in it. But they've got the big sonic, the hedgehog CG movie that's coming out. And I think that comes out. Yeah. I can remember that summer. I think they're they're shooting for thing. It's November eighth twenty nine. Jim Carey will be playing crazy, man. I'm very I want to see his I wanna see that new show that he has on show. It looks writers Cody Heller it looks real dead. It was bizarre to even think that we're talking about CG alive action CG, sonic, the hedgehog film coming out like for a massive audience to think this many years later that the character is still. Connick? It is we gotta close. There's so many things that could talk about. I was gonna say you also were in the lympics right out sign versus the Olympic Games. Like this on a character. I didn't do anything. I don't think there was any voice associated with that on your is it really. Yeah. Oh, are you thinking about the go to the Olympic Games kind of thing? Like there there. There's. They might have been feel like he was one of them. Everywhere. I was gonna say because Goku Mario has been an Olympic mascot and Doku has also been Olympic mascot. And I think that they had I was looking on your IMDB, and it looks. Okay. I don't know if you got paid for it, Roger probably. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Probably not. Listed. Like a Macy's Thanksgiving Day balloon stuff like that. Right. Right. Right. And it's weird to think that like, you know, and it's really funny because I always say in my job that like when somebody if you get on an airplane. Somebody asks you what you do rarely do even say voice actor. Right. And you're only as legitimate and good is anything they've ever heard of. Ever heard of you be shocked because it depends on the person, man. Old ladies, I'll say, sonic, the hedgehog, and I go. Oh, yeah. Blue fowler. Yeah. And then it's like, my mom, and then it always falls out with this. He talks. So funny that is funny just about that commerce. I remember when I got hard for at midnight. I was so hyped to go on an Uber and be like just because you know, you'll be like, I'm a comedian. Yeah. So I was like, yeah. I write for at midnight on comedy central. And he was like what show is that?.

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"roger craig" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Everybody. It is me if you yet again pop it off ticket to another episode of narrative sent pants sitting across from me as always is Roger Craig Smith. Does. And we are joined up top by a man of a million voices. I think I can say a million voices a thousand boy, I bet you don't even know the actual count of all your voices. But we specifically brought him on today because we are covering sonic, the hedgehog who he is and has been for many years. It is Roger Craig Smith. Oh, do you actually know the number of people that you voice? It. Somebody pointed out like a long time ago. One credit on on the show regular show on Cartoon Network that the I think it was behind the voice behind the voice actors website. They they had it listed that. I had done one hundred seventy at characters on that show, which sounds impressive. But it's it's like eventually like taco vendor number four and like school bus guy, and you know, like random, you know, like mall patron, they all kind of stays like dude what the same thing. But it was kind of funny when well that's kind of crazy that was like that's gonna go on my bio it's like in one production line. But I have no idea. I have not yet. Did you focus on the regular show? I didn't I was a resort Fronton. Jobbers Thomas the intern. Oh, man. What's the now? I was going to say south desire, but is upheld. As are what was the alma others. There were so many. Yeah. Seven. Out of their eight seasons. I was in seven before they went to space guys survived. But so yeah, it was Thomas and like, oh, but just a whole Messa characters and so much fun. Yeah. Garrett Garrett Bobby Ferguson giant beard face junior. Yes. It was a blast. I love that show. So this is just a just nerdy. Almost insider baseball question. But when you started where you always Roger Craig Smith or where you Roger Smith and sag was like, we we got them knowing that was Roger Smith before sag because I went to go register my name when I was doing standup I want to go register my my website. And I was like I'll just go with Roger Smith dot com. That's a hotel. A hotel in New York City called the Roger Smith hotel sounds like regal. Gosh, I guess it is like a really nice place. I have to go stay there as McGill Cem choking in. But that was taken. And and then eventually when what ended up happening is I was going to go with like Roger C Smith..

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"roger craig" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Roger craig yeah he's not in the hall of fame i think roger craig just because he has so many great pieces around it's not fair i know it ain't fair but when you think of barry sanders like you say we named one guy you know what i'm saying so i mean the forty niners back in them days had some lawler do the media who votes on who gets a gold jacket and all that sort of thing i do think that they do have i don't think that they announced each other that we have to draw a line somewhere we can't put all these guys on the hall of fame but i think somewhere in their heads it's like all right how many niners are we putting in here you know there's certain guys who serve it and they're kinda hurt by the guys that they played around it's sort of the opposite of the u of fat you know if you play at the you and your trying to establish as a scout like was this guy good or is he just doing well because he's surrounded by nfl level talent but do you think you're going to but then when you couple couple of of greenwood belongs in the hall of fame certain yeah i'll make some guy could make some cases where they get it right with lynn swann john stallworth the numbers don't live up to twenty first century so that's not even gonna talk about i'm not making that case if you now what i'm here me i'm just saying i i like those guys are you saying that the indianapolis colts are going to the playoffs you disagree with my assertion the door and then there's only one answer for that they'll make the play oh are you know this is being recorded understood okay i wanna make sure that's nothing wrong with the cameras or anything oh god is over now i have a very special is it ready for at the end of the twenty eight thousand season all right in the meantime so romo says the packers are the team to beat what do you guys think you guys have been in in both of you were on great teams not just teams like this this this team could make a play could go to the blast no no you guys at this very time late june early july on teams that were all this team better go james you better not do it you can declare that they're not doing i like you know what i think romo is probably wanted to smart as guy on the world today wherever that is absolutely true man thank you get the greatest quarterback to play the game we agree on air rogers back you get a guy a new toy jimmy graham you get a guy everything doesn't have to be everything guy mercedes you got randall cobb you have devante atoms then when aaron got hurt you realize okay we have two young studs at running back absolutely no so now you know you can go to the running game then you draft to corners who i've been told are some studs as well and you get your mom williams back and everybody's saying he's he's looking great so you know plus kevin king plus kevin king and then you got two very good safeties in jones and ha ha so i mean i think everything that's there i mean romo romo sees it and he's very smart don't you have number twelve behind the center at your autumn medically keep him nice and clean this year for your auto matic seem to be before he left last year they were foreign one i mean who knows where they would've been sitting so now you even get a better defensive guys that it's not going to be even a mediocre that's going to be a good muhammed wilkerson narrows will with mike dan clark and was seventy six out there yeah i it can be problems and i think romo being from wisconsin oh no he sees the roster and cheese who's behind center he's like men this team right here a lot of people don't want to say it but i think they are the team to be i kinda agree reggie though so.

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"roger craig" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"roger craig" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Mark levin update the poll result so far through two hours of the program at full question brought to you by man versus food on travel checked if he could at one of this year's finalists into the hall who would it be randy moss 38 percent grave lewis 21percent brian or lacquer thirteen percent then your guy tony boselli inchoate place had some people who write right in ballot said roger craig roger craig roger craig said it three times i don't know what his numbers are i don't know if he had i thought he was very versatile running in catching that i don't know if he did it for a long period of time uh just wrong to continue to ignore pat bowlen 35 years as an owner how 'bout jim plunkett as from britain pasadena he won two super bowls just don't know if the career numbers were that great yeah awful his client numbers of terrible the two super bowls um now probably know not enough where do you see on on eli today as of he's goes yoho through your whole firm first bout no no i don't think so but he he's got he's more decorated than jim plunkett his is career numbers are better but i you know they'll be a hall of famer because it's new york media friendly the manning name two super bowls he beat the patriots so you can check the box than a couple things there let's see scott michigan hey scott what are you have forming.

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