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"ryan jensen" Discussed on NFL Live
"This episode is brought to you by AT&T, official sponsor of the college football playoff. Is checking your team stats at 2 a.m., watching highlights while leading with buddies or catching the game during a wedding all too much? Nope. Too much college football is never too much. And AT&T 5G keeps you connected all season long. 5G requires compatible plane and device, 5G may not be available in your area. See, ATT dot com slash 5G for you for details. Oh boy, do we have a treat for you tonight? Super wild card weekend culminates 8 eastern on ABC ESPN ESPN+. It's dak Prescott mcavoy's squaring off against Tom Brady and the Buccaneers are mega cast coverage, also includes Peyton and Eli on ESPN2 and our ESPN deportes Spanish language version. Don't miss it. The coverage is wall to wall here on ESPN as well. We now welcome in Adam Schefter for more on tonight and Adam big news around Ryan Jensen. What more can you tell us? Laura, how about this on the second day of training camp? Ryan Jensen suffered a knee injury that landed him on injured reserve. Well, this morning, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers activated Ryan Jensen and he is expected to play tonight, which will be a big boost to Tampa's offensive line against Marcus spears cowboys. The Buccaneers offensive line has been dealing with injuries, but the fact that they get a Pro Bowl center back to a wildcard game is a big move for Tampa. Meanwhile, the cowboys defensive coordinator, Dan Quinn, he scheduled to interview for the Denver Broncos head coaching job on Friday. So we'll have to see whether the cowboys win an advance to Sunday's game against the forty-niners in the divisional playoffs, and even if they don't win, dank quim will have that interview on Friday right now as he gets ready for another round of talks with the Broncos. Remember last year, they considered him before hiring Nathaniel Hackett. Yeah, it's a good point. Four and a half hours away from kick-off, more atom on the way on NFL live thanks for being with us Adam. Let's follow up a little bit more on Ryan Jensen and what it could mean. I mean, the return could come at a really good time for the bucks. Depending on how they play them, as they take on the cowboys, who have arguably the best pass rush in the NFL. Dallas has pressured opposing quarterbacks on nearly 40% of their dropbacks best in the league on the other hand, the bucks O line ranked 25th in pass block win rate during the regular season, so Dan, what issue do you have though with this cowboys defense? They consistently play single high safety man coverage on first down. I don't have any issue with them playing man on third down when they want to get their pressure package coming. But when Dan Quinn has them playing man coverage, one on one on the outside on first down, my job as an offense is so easy. I'm just going to find the corner that's opposite Trayvon Diggs, and I'm going to throw right at him. And you can see a first clip where they're going to play first down, single high safety. That means one guy in the middle field, it's press man up top, Trayvon's down at the bottom off. That's great. I'm throwing up top. Stop Ralph balls out on time. My guy, this is Chris Godwin tonight. This is cookies. One on one. Stop route becomes a 9 yard completion. Yard down to the catch the 20. That's first and ten. Again, first and ten Trayvon down at the bottom. Now the corner up top, he's going to play off. Great. Here I'm going to take my shot. This is the reality when you line up and play this way with Chris or Mike tonight. Tampa Bay and Tom Brady are going to take their opportunities to push the ball on those. And here's the thing. When you do that on first down, number one, you make my job easier as offensive guy. Number two, your blitz package is done because I minimize it in three. I don't have to think it's recess. My guy better than your guy. Dan queen's got to help that corner opposite Trayvon Diggs on early downs tonight. Here's my concern. The cowboys defense have two clear weaknesses. One is what you just described, which is you can go after defensive acts, not named trevon Diggs. The other is defending the run horizontally off tackle. The problem is Tampa can't run off tackles. Second worst yards for carrying in the NFL. And we have seen that despite that, despite the fact that they would be so much better off throwing on first down. They'll still run it. And my prayer is like firing leftwich. In this game, change your tendencies offensively because you can absolutely exploit what you just described on Dallas's team. Yeah, totally. And coming off what you just said, the old the single highest four run support, right? Like Dan Quinn knows what we know. And what we've been watching, trying to get an extra guy down. Here's the other part too. This whole game should be about Dallas getting tampered the third law. So whatever you need to do to allow your pass rush and that rabbit formation that he has with all of those rushes to get to this point. One because we know Tom wants to get the ball out of his hands fast. Right. If you're in third and 7 plus, you ain't getting the ball out of your hands fast. If guys are coming up and playing strong coverage and then two, you get a chance to gain, right? Remember us talking about Dallas early in the third down. Yeah. And then too, when you don't bring an extra rusher, you have those armstrongs, Micah, Fowler, DeMarcus Lawrence, those guys just running games and attacking protection as well. So there is the issue for tonight. The run game gets going for test. A quick question. Yeah. Are they good enough defensively to have really good impactful run game stunts? Not blitz game on third down, but are they good enough? The problem is the girth of the guys on the interior. Like, you got to beat it. That three technique in the zero technique to do two defensive tackles, they got to be humming, bro if you gonna run games against a run, those dudes gotta be able to scrape and literally get to an outside zone if that's coming, right? So there she issue. If you feel good about those guys being able to do that, cool, let DeMarcus Lawrence take an inside route and let your detox or rub off of it. But if he can't get there. Gotcha. And you giving up the edge of me. Absolutely. You gave. I will remind you that when the two teams met in week one, Micah Parsons sacked Brady twice. You like the way that you heard about the cowboys talking about using Micah tonight. We'll watch out for that. Time now for the FanDuel same game parlay, we go to Mina for this but not right. Come on, okay. So over under. A half interception for dak tonight. I'm sorry cowboys fans. I'm going over all this. I mean, the guys throwing a pick in his last 7 games. He's facing an opportunistic bucks defense. Wow. And a defensive coordinator, Todd Bowles, who knows how to design a blitz. If you will give one away, she's turned. Let's go. Over under one and a half touchdown passes for Tom Brady. Over again. You'll like my last one. Tom Brady first have this season average 1.1 touchdown second half, 1.8. As we've been discussing, there are weaknesses in that Dallas secondary. I think it'll take advantage. I like the reasoning why. Does Ezekiel Elliott score down tonight? Yes. Yes. In part because of opportunities, Zeke gets the third and most touches inside the ten yard line of any running back in the NFL. They want to feed him in the low red zone and they will. I make off the lid. Marcus is also a chair. He's a result of that. By the way, we're going to pick this game a little bit later, so we'll really see who gets booed out here. You've heard our picks that you can make your own build a same game parlay with FanDuel sportsbook, America's number one sports book. Let's get back to some of the great action super wild card weekend for this one. We go to giants and the Vikings. This is a fun one. There were some people
The Dan Patrick Show
"ryan jensen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I get what you're saying about Elway going to recruit a player to make your team better. But what Brady did had nothing to do with making the team better going to get a player. I get it. He's Tom Brady. But if you're in that locker room, you say, okay, yeah. Like everybody else. It's Tom Brady. What if this season starts off the way they don't expect it to? Is he still, it's okay because he's Tom Brady? Well, hey, listen, you know winning cures everything that ails you. And so if he's playing great and offensively they're producing, they've got some issues. It's more than Tom Brady. I know that'll be the narrative, TJ, you know that guys will or people in the media and just even people just around will screw that song ready for leaving. And I get that. But you lost your starting center. I don't know how long Ryan Jensen is going to be out. Ali marpat retired. He lost the other guard. You asked the other guy, went to Tampa or what distance and Addy is a free agent. And then the replacement air and steiny, who played a lot last year during injuries for either the inside three guys, he tore his ACL in draining game. So one thing I one thing I've known about Brady or we know about Brady, I always say he's one of the best scramblers in football that never actually leaves the pocket. He just has this pocket manipulation, his ability to move side to side is understanding of pressure and being able to deliver downfield. He's going to have to make up for that by getting rid of the ball quickly. And one thing we know, the two super bowls he lost at the New York Giants was inside pressure. It's people being in your face. You want to be able to step up, especially when you can't escape the pocket because from an athletic standpoint, you're challenged when it comes to scrambling around. Yeah, that will be the narrative, but they've got some serious issues up front. And it'll be interesting to see exactly how they deal with those issues. And how will they play up front? But yes, I mean, if it goes, if it goes south, it always opens yourself up. You open yourself up to all that scrutiny and people talking about it. And that will be the narrative that comes out of that. But I still think for the most part what he's accomplished over the course of his career. And just knowing, I mean, it's almost. It's almost like reverence inside that locker room, how they feel about Tom Brady and what he brought to the organization. I tend to feel like they'll be okay. They're not going to hold that against them. Stink, you mentioned up front. What about the cowboys up front? Ironically, they play the Tampa Buccaneers, you know? They're going to sign Jason Peters. They got Tyler Smith, but that offensive line, which is when the line's been good, the cowboys have been good. Now there's a lot of question marks. What do you think about what the pokes are thrown out there? Yeah, I mean, that comes down for me. I mean, obviously Jason Peters 40 years old and that guy is one of those supremely gifted future Hall of Famer, one of the great athletes I've ever watched played a position, but age catch eventually other than Tom Brady catches us all apparently, but we'll see how they are.
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"ryan jensen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I get what you're saying about Elway going to recruit a player to make your team better. But what Brady did had nothing to do with making the team better going to get a player. I get it. He's Tom Brady. But if you're in that locker room, you say, okay, yeah. Like everybody else, it's Tom Brady. What if this season starts off the way they don't expect it to? Is he still, it's okay because he's Tom Brady? Well, hey, listen, you know winning cures everything that ails you. And so if he's playing great and offensively they're producing, they've got some issues. It's more than Tom Brady. I know that'll be the narrative DJ. You know that guys will or people in the media and just even people just around will scrutinize sombrero for leaving. And I get that. But you lost your starting center. I don't know how long Ryan Jensen is going to be out. Ali marpat retired. He lost the other guard, you asked the other guy, went to Tampa or went to Cincinnati as a free agent. And then the replacement Aaron steiny, who played a lot last year during injuries for either the inside three guys, he tore his ACL in draining game. So one thing I one thing I've known about Brady or we know about Brady, I always say he's one of the best scramblers in football that never actually leaves the pocket. He just has this pocket manipulation, his ability to move side to side is understanding of pressure and being able to deliver downfield. Now he's going to have to make up for that by getting rid of the ball quickly. And one thing we know that two super bowls he lost at a New York Giants was inside pressure. It's people being in your face. You want to be able to step up, especially when you can't escape the pocket because from an athletic standpoint, you're challenged when it comes to scrambling around. That will be the narrative, but they've got some serious issues up front. And it'll be interesting to see exactly how they deal with those issues. And how will they play up front? But yes, I mean, if it goes, if it goes south, it always opens yourself up. You open yourself up to all that scrutiny and people talking about it. And that will be the narrative that comes out of that. But I still think for the most part, what he's accomplished over the course of his career. And just knowing, I mean, it's almost. It's almost like reverence of inside that locker room, how they feel about Tom Brady and what he brought to the organization. I tend to feel like they'll be okay. They're not going to hold that against them. Stinky mentioned up front, what about the cowboys up front? Ironically, they play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, you know? They're going to sign Jason Peters. They got Tyler Smith, but that offensive line, which is when the line has been good, the cowboys have been good. Now there's a lot of question marks. What do you think about what the pokes are thrown out there? Yeah, I mean, that comes down for me. I mean, obviously Jason Peters 40 years old and that guy is one of those supremely gifted future Hall of Famer, one of the great athletes I've ever watched played the position, but the age catch eventually other than Tom Brady catches us all apparently, but we'll
The MMQB NFL Podcast
"ryan jensen" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"But this is also a team that rams it up those a gaps a lot like your center is an important player in this offense, probably more important in this offense than a lot of offenses. And obviously Ryan Jensen is very good at what he does and they just don't have a whole lot of answers behind him here. I guess it will be the 2021 third round pick Robert hainsey, who I just, I don't know anything about. He probably doesn't play like Ryan Jensen though. But that was, that was huge. It seems like they're going to miss them for the whole year, and I think that is a monstrous injury. What a slight to old hansa. He'll probably be okay. So let me drive home that point with some statistical analysis. So up the middle, which is, like you said, either side of the center, the Buccaneers run, up the middle, more than so let's see here. I'm looking at the directional stats, thanks to NFL GS game stats and information. And the most the most rushing attempts to any other gap was 49, and so that's off the right side, which is Tristan Worf's, right?
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"ryan jensen" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Bet the board pod, you'll of course see plenty of news updates, schedule alerts and what have you and all the details to get into the bet the board football free roll contest just in time for the start of the NFL regular season. Last pane, but certainly not least in the NFC south is the defending champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and they sit at plus 7 50 on the odds board of FanDuel sportsbook to win the Super Bowl this year. They're minus two 70 to win the division, and their win total hung at 11 and a half, you do need to lay a buck and a quarter if you want to go under the total. And much like the New Orleans scenes, we're going to see a change at the top as far as the buck's food chain is concerned, but there is obviously a little bit more stability at the quarterback position. When you look at Tom Brady returning after much speculation, it means he's now the longest tenured quarterback in the entire division, since Brady has arrived at Tampa. The only team averaging more points per game in their home contest is actually the Dallas Cowboys. But Tom Brady created all sorts of news and wrinkles for the last ten days. That kind of reached ahead on Saturday night with the UFC discussion with Dana White and Rob Gronkowski. So when you look at Tom Brady, we can get to the X's and O's. Amid all the speculation. Tom locked and loaded for another football season in a chance to win an 8th Super Bowl down there. On the Gulf Coast of Florida in your opinion? It's a good question. I think you're probably right. This needs to be more of an overarching general conversation than finding out what the backup guard is in this situation. To me, a lot of missing pieces from the Buccaneers that we've grown accustomed to the last few years. You just kind of go over this entire roster and it's like Alex cap assigned with the bangles. Ali marpat retires at age 28 grunk retires a second time. JPP and Sue became cap casualties. Antonio Brown did his best jackal in this Jack Nicholson impersonation and one flew over the cuckoo's nest. All of these things, right? Ryan Jensen suffered a serious knee injury. We just saw Aaron steny. Tear his ACL and MCL Saturday night. Chris Godwin is going to miss a portion of this season after having surgery in January. You have Todd Bowles moving from his best position as a great number two in defense of coordinator. To the captain's chair, where he's won 38% of his games as a hood coach. You're hope is that bulls kind of let's Brady and left, which do their thing just keep focused on defense along with being motivator. Then you have a handful of other guys that bulls claims is going to return soon, right? Russell gage injures no timetable. Mike Evans pulled a hamstring Tristan wharf has in those bleak string and then even with Tom Brady nearing his return, he's missed multiple weeks of camp. What are you getting out of, sure, we might see if Kyle Trask can play. But what is that helping you towards the start of this season is not. From a continuity standpoint, you pair these injuries and departures and disruptions with the Buccaneers having the second most difficult schedule in the NFL the first four weeks. The goal for Tampa out of the gates has to be just tread water early. Can we get to week 7 four and three or hell even three and four? Now, kind of going back to the comment about bowls, not messing with Brady and leftwich. I mean that in the sense of defensive minded head coach, that doesn't typically mesh with an offense that throws passes at the highest rate and first down like the Buccaneers do. And you hope that the Buccaneers early down pass rate continues because Tampa was the number one schedule adjusted offensive efficiency. On early downs and we know that if you can build leads, it's going to help your defense. But let's hope Todd Bowles understands that. And then you look and while the schedule of opposing defenses does get easier after being the second toughest last season, still a difficult schedule, especially with all of the injuries mentioned. Tampa faces a top 7 schedule of passing defenses, rushing defenses in pass rushing defenses. I think the latter is important to think about because of some of those O line guys we mentioned either getting injured or departing. I like Donovan Smith. Interest in wharfs could be arguably the best tackle tandem in the league. Shaq mason was probably the steel trade of the off season. I mean, we're talking 6 straight premium seasons of guard play for Shaq. Great out the fourth best again last season. Where the problem lies is up the middle, right? Robert hainsey is projected to start at center with Ryan Jensen down. He was the third round pick last year, played 31 snaps. I don't know what he's going to be. You look at the starting guard next to him. It's a rookie and Luke Hideki. He's a tackle converting to guard. He's making a leap from playing the likes of Bowling Green in the Mac to the NFL, and I'm hearing. He's holding up well as a run blocker, but he's struggling in past protection. And then you look at the game the other night, look at some of the daddy, look at some of the film, two holding penalties gave up a sack against the Titans second and third stringers. I would not rule out Tampa signing a free agent interior lineman. As early as this week. So look for that. It's just wild to see this unfold. The Buccaneers offensive line last season. Super healthy. And then regression just clobbered them at once.
"ryan jensen" Discussed on NFL Live
"On Hulu back here at NFL live. Let's go around the league with our top stories and chef tee, take it away from New Orleans first. Well, feel Jameis Winston back at practice in 7 on 7 drills. You remember he hurt his right foot during practice two weeks ago, but now it's the season coming closer with the foot feeling better with the knee making progress. Jameis is back at practice and that's a good sign for the New Orleans Saints who lead him to blend together with their new offensive teammates. Meanwhile, the Giants first round draft at cave on pivotal, sprained his MCL on this plate, he is expected to miss three to four weeks in the Giants regular season opener is in 20 days, which makes it dicey whether he'll be able to play Brian dabel said he's day to day, but it certainly sounds like he's no lock to play in week one against the Tennessee Titans and Tom Brady as returned from his ten 11 day hiatus to resume practicing with the Buccaneers, took some time to attend to quote unquote personal things. But let's just point out the unique nature of this. I don't think there's ever been a player, certainly if his stature that has ever taken ten 11 days off this close to the regular season so clearly it was time he felt he needed to get done. Yeah, unique situation that much is for sure. It's good to see him back on the field, but here's his head coach Todd Bowles earlier today on Brady in the offensive line. Anytime you have all your guys back, you feel good, you know? Especially after the injury bug has hit lately. So we're happy to have him back. It goes from day to day, you know, it goes from day to day, whether you're playing or not playing, we'll make those decisions at the end of the week, you know, I've seen people play and be used to it, I've seen people not play and be rusty and be used to it, you know? So we'll discuss it at the end of the week and see how much work we get done in practice this week. We like our in-house options, but there's got to be a player available for us to like to have an added player. We're not just going to sign one of the signed ones. So there's nothing out there for us to sign, but at the same time we're comfortable with the guys we have right now. All right, so Mina Todd bol says that he is comfortable with the offensive line despite some recent nutrition. How concerned are you right now about the state of affairs amongst the offensive line that over the past two seasons has been arguably as good as there is past past protecting in the NFL? I am not comfortable with it. I am deeply uncooked. This is the one position that the books really could not afford injuries had. Maybe the other being inside linebacker behind Levante David, but boy, just not just to lose one player, but to lose a string of offensive linemen the way they had obviously the trade for Shaq mason worked out to bolster the interior of the offensive line, but then to lose Ryan Jensen, their center, they're gonna replace him in houses, Ryan hainsey, and then now, again, to have another injury of this magnitude with Aaron siney out. I know they have Luke edik. They drafted, but the problem field is it's not like you're just replacing one player on the offensive line and obviously the tackles are still set with Tristan worst and Donovan Smith, but when you start replacing multiple players is when you run into problems and we all know this is not a surprise to anyone that interior pressure has long been the biggest way to stop Tom Brady. So again, to lose players exactly in that spot. It's the kind of thing that while it won't stop the bucks from getting to the playoffs, could prevent them from getting that number one seed, which we know is all too important in the extended postseason. Yeah, listen, I like to downplay this is crazy to me, okay? You talking about the interior offensive line. Every defensive meeting I said in before we play Tom Brady, the word was, if we can get interior pressure, we can make Tom Brady normal. That was the word. That was the game playing playing against him. And now, entertainment parts, you lose a lot of experience. You lose guys that play in the Super Bowl and one one. Not to mention Jensen and the report that you be, but look at this list. Ally Moore pick going cap on starters in the Super Bowl. Ran Jensen started in the stupid Super Bowl. Interestingly, now out. Rob Gronkowski, we don't talk about enough as a premier blocker at the Titans, but who they use on their outsides on play is our. Like, listen, this is for everybody to, yeah, and not to mention Todd Bowles being there as a new head coach. Tabo probably like, man, come home, man. We talking about Aaron Rodgers coming back. Like, oh, you throw me in this file the first year without half of my offensive line. And think about this, y'all. We sat here two years ago or three years, one of them. My time running together. Relatives. And we talked about the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line, being deficient against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and that was the sole reason the big, the big reason why I had the tempeh Buccaneers want a Super Bowl. And now there's this calm about losing the entire interior of an offensive line. With Tom Brady who's 45 playing quarterback. I ain't that calm about it. I don't know how anyone else can be, especially when we come off a playoff game. What we see Aaron Donald make the game change and take place to win the football game. And now you're going to implement new offensive lineman. I'm a little bit paused at this and I'm sure Tom Brady is saying, bro, might have should have stayed stayed at the crib. And when swagger put up that list of all the players who will not be back, including Rob Gronkowski and Alex Kappa and Ryan Jensen, what I was thinking is they struggled to keep pace with New Orleans with that cast. Correct. And now the cast is downgraded and New Orleans believes that this division is well within its grasp and that there's no reason that they can't win the division. That's the reason they traded their first in the draft in 2023 to get an extra one in 2022 because they felt like Tampa was vulnerable and that was before some of these injuries and some of these other moves. So New Orleans feels like it's in a great position and Tampa seems vulnerable at the spot where they can not be where they need to protect Brady, whereas Mina mentioned his kryptonite is up the middle. Yeah, in many quarterbacks have a similar kryptonite and Brady and the bucks and really Brady and the Patriots over the many, many years he's been playing the NFL have been able to withstand departures here or there. It just feels like there's been a larger aggregate impact on the bucks. This off season as compared to previous years for Brady and his team. And all this talk about offensive line play has us thinking about Tom Brady and then maybe the potential need for him to have to scramble a bit more this off season and a runner swag goes. So let's go ahead and roll the tape of Tom Brady's top 5 runs of all time. You may have heard back in 2002, Tom Brady against the Oakland Raiders. Look at Brady. Break the pocket. Gets the first stand up. And he's like, he was down. A lot Brady get up here though. Only Tom Brady has magnificent runs that go for it. Give me that. And number four, Brady has always been the ultimate competitor especially in the game of this close. He is a great quarterback sneaker near the goal line to speak. How many times have you gone up over the top four 6 points? You see it right. It's the dual threat. He'll do a threat. He is a beautiful original. Just need different kind of explain that to me. He's the timing? Yeah, if I think it is. And decisive dish. Number three to 7 14, 2014. Luca Brady, he's like, I got shame free. Oh wait, Kevin, I know I don't. I don't agree. Let's go. He's just a fast run Mac. What am I? Yeah. Quarterback. Break down the three yard line for the first down. Get down. He started feeling himself. That looked like Dan. Yeah. That looked like Dan. Tom Brady, but to get his high step on October 13th and 2013 and watch this one. Breaks the pressure. Oh. Get those feet up in the air, Tom. Get those legs up. Let's go. This is actually a really good run. I know we're kidding around. That's a good run. That's a good run. Number one. Brian Larkin are in the retirement, watch this. Okay, you're like our Hall of Fame linebacker known for his speed and random.
Behind the Bets
"ryan jensen" Discussed on Behind the Bets
"Anita marks and Aaron Dolan with you on this Monday following the big news Erin that Tom Brady is back. He could do that. And you're like, let me just stop. Allegedly with a Tampa Bay box, I have some reservations. We'll get into that in just a second. But again, you know, in Tom Brady fashion, he trumps March Madness selection Sunday. And breaks the news on his own social media sites that he is returning to play as of right now for the Tampa Bay box. With that being said, I think we need to do our due diligence and talk about Tom Brady. Talk about the NFC south and look at some of the futures bets out there. So I'm sure you've done that Erin has anything stood out to you. Yeah, so for the Super Bowl for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, interested to see why you think he wouldn't be going to the box, but they moved from 20 to one to ten to one in the NFC to move from ten to one to plus three 75 NFC south. Plus one ten to minus two 30 in that market and then Brady MVP moved from 45 to one to plus 900. I know a few people had actually tweeted at me this morning being like I was surprised Brady even had MVP ads up considering that he did retire and everybody talked about it, kind of did the farewell thing, but they still had him on the boards or somebody must have known something and then I saw a tweet that somebody had went and placed a ton of wagers and the books before these odds have shifted so somehow that must have gotten leaked, but I mean the first thing that came to my head is Aaron Rodgers is probably looking at his phone like dear God. I thought I had the NFC again a much easier conference than the AFC kind of locked up. Maybe we can go to the conference championship again and whatnot. But Tom Brady, I mean, he shakes everything up. I know there's a lot of free agents on the champion Buccaneers right now, but with that said, I do think that a team knows when you have Tom Brady, you know, I'm not saying he's in his prime, but you know, towards the final ends of his career suspecting that, you know, at some point he's going to stop, they're going to try to find all the pieces to put around him to try to get a Super Bowl out of him again. So a few things. Number one, he's going to be 45 years old. At some point in time this year while he's playing for the tip of a box. And I get it. He's Benjamin button, right? Like he doesn't allow his dogs to sleep in his bed with him. He's avocado ice cream. He's been a lot of time in an oxygen chamber. I get all those reasons why he's aging in reverse. But 45 is 45. So on top of that, I know they just worked out a new deal with Ryan Jensen, but he did lose his ally marquette, one of his offensive linemen. I know they tagged Godwin. There are $3 million over the cap. They have 23 free agents that they need to decide who they're going to keep who's going to go. And on top of that, Aaron, look at the schedule. At Arizona, the browns, the Steelers, the forty-niners, the rams, the ravens, Cincinnati, Dallas, Kansas City and the packers. The bucks have the hardest schedule in the NFL in 2022. I look at this division and I know there's a lot of talk and speculation regard to where deshaun Watson's going to go. We don't know what the situation is. We don't know if he's going to be wherever he goes. You know, is there going to be suspensions that follow, but what is being reported is that Caroline is going to put together a very tempting package to the Houston Texans or deshaun Watson. So a few things. Number one, for the bucks to win the division at minus one 95, too much juice for me. I think a lot of people are sleeping on Atlanta at ten to one. Matt Ryan just we reworked his deal to give Atlanta a little bit more breathing room to go out and make some money moves in free agency. And they're in a good situation in regard to their draft capital. Let's just say hypothetically speaking, Carolina does get to Sean Watson. I think there's value there plus 7 50 for Carolina in regard to the division, and regard to the conference, Green Bay at plus three 50. I mean, the rams just won the Super Bowl. Like, how do you not expect them to run it back at 5 to one? So I'm just I'm fading Tom Brady in the box. I don't think that they're going to be as good and here's another thing. So a few things. Number one, Tom Brady is set to make $10.5 million this year. You really think he's coming back to play for $10.5 million. That's another thing. This is a Tampa Bay bugs team. They're already $3 million over the cap, they're going to have to rework Tom Brady's deal, I think the cap space. So you think he's going to go somewhere else. I think that there's a possibility Aaron that the bucks trade him to the forty-niners. I'm just throwing it out there. I'm just,.
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"ryan jensen" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Thought I got a lot of confidence in seeing the cardinals just beat the crap out of Cooper Cup on Monday and then it didn't matter because you isolated Tyler higbee and Odell Beckham and they just beat you that way. And we'll see what happens there. I don't know if cam Akers has a cam Aker's game against this front and like we've said the Buccaneers run defense is a little bit of a there's a false bravado there. They're very weak on the perimeter. I think that there's ways that you can run on this team, even though the eagles weren't able to. You're not getting a cam Aker's performance, right? So where does that all even out in the middle? I think they've shown they can succeed when you take Cooper Cup out of the game. So I don't know. I'm slightly more confident that I have been in years past. And if you're Sean mcvay too, you have to know that. You have to know that this thing is built for the long haul and you have to build in some stuff. And now you probably can with Matt Stafford, whereas with Jared Goff, what would you have been able to do? Differently, because you couldn't trust him to run any portion of the offense anyway. Yeah. No, exactly. I mean, look, the McVeigh versus bowls side of this is really, I mean, those are two, those are two a list guys going ahead on that side of the ball. On the other side of the ball so my guess is we don't have Tristan worses on Sunday and then Ryan Jensen's kind of up in the air. It seems like Jetson is more likely to play. But either way, you have kind of a banged up bucks offensive line and what you saw last week. There was margin for error just because the eagles number one weren't doing anything offensively. Number two, Tom Brady really had a beat on what they were doing defensively. But you saw some, you know, moments where young receivers were not on the details like Chris Godwin was like Antonio Brown was when they were healthy. And they left a couple plays on the field because of it. There is much less margin for error with his offense here. And look, you're gonna have Jalen Ramsey on Mike Evans. That doesn't mean he's 100% taken away, but it's going to be probably not a 9 catch 130 yard game for Mike Evans at this point. And you have to have some sort of way to figure it out, which, you know, you assume it's heavier reliance on the quick game at this point. If you're going to have to negate what's obviously a really good rams front for against a banged up bucks offensive line. Yeah. If I were Raheem Morris, it's going to be interesting, right? The temptation would almost be to assume that they're going to do that. And as much as, okay, you want to operate at a complaint that Antonio Brown isn't there anymore. But this is a group of personnel that can probably win against a somewhat ravaged secondary that doesn't necessarily tackle well, right? And so you would you would want to rely on that quick game. You know, you would just want to have him get the ball out of his hands and then allow him allow whatever Vaughn Evans, all these guys to just break a couple tackles. And death by death by paper cuts, you know?.
Bet The Board
"ryan jensen" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Windstorm Ryan Tannehill Carson Wentz in severe weather and then Mack Jones in the worst weather of the entire NFL season today. There's question marks about your defense. Clearly. And this match up here, this isn't the Patriots often throwing three times all game because there's 28 mph wins in 55 mph Gus. We're going to find out what buffalo's defense truly is, and it might be worse than a top 8 unit. It really could be. And I think we will see at least early, maybe a motivated buffalo defense. It's flying around after being dragged through the mud for 48 hours this week by local media and analysts. But this is going to be a really, really tough defense. You have struggled throughout the course of the year as you alluded to when you step up in class. And it's like, now you get Tampa. It's the most efficient offense in the NFL. It's the most efficient passing attack in the league. And they are also at home where Tampa is offense has been on another planet good. And you're going to do it without TRE davious white. It's the one star in game changer buffalo had on defense. And really, when you look at the makeup of the bill's defense under McDermott it's always kind of been better than the sum of its parts kind of thing. But why it was like the horse. He was the guy. It was the one guy that allowed you to potentially match up and remove someone. And now you're without him. We know that the past defense has been aided somewhat by weather. And I think we're going to see that life without tri davious white really sucks. The other advantage buffalo has most weeks is their ability to get after the quarterback. They're number one in pressure rate 5th and passwords one right. They've spent money and drive capital over the past two seasons. The potential hurdle this week is Tampa's number one in the NFL and pressure rate allowed. Under 20%. Number one in sack rate allowed. Part of that Tom Brady, he's still kind of hunts the big play, but it's a very strategic hunting and most times Brady's getting rid of the ball quickly. Third fastest time to throw only behind. Big Ben and tua. So now you have a situation for buffalo where you're down your top cover corner against the number one passing attack. And the part of the defense that can help the secondary probably gets negated by the Buccaneers offensive line. We do want to monitor the Ryan Jensen situation, but he did finish the game against Atlanta. Miss practice on Wednesday. But let's monitor that, but it is a better sign that he was able to finish the game against Atlanta in terms of how he bodes for playing this week. This feels like a game where buffalo's defense gets exposed a little bit. And I can tell you a couple groups feel that way because we've seen this total when it dipped as low as 51 and a half at one shop and started trending towards 52 at other shops. They sprung into action and that is why we are out to 53 and a half. So there has been some sharp over money there. You talk about some of the questions in just the kind of impact that Trey white has had on this team. Most targets this season without allowing a passing touchdown before he went down hurt was allowing a 47% completion percentage when targeted third lowest in the NFL with a minimum of 50 targets. And 4.6 yards allowed per target fewest in the NFL with a minimum of 50 targets. And that, of course, paying came against a murderer's row of quarterbacks. Mac Jones, albeit three passing attempts, Trevor Simeon, Carson Wentz, and only a 20 past attempts given the fact that bills could not stop Jonathan Taylor. Mike white Trevor Lawrence and tua beforehand. So you talk about a shock to the system. That's what the bucks can bring to the table in this spot. Meanwhile, when you look at the other side of the ball, I think Josh Allen unfairly received a lot of criticism for buffalo's inability to get things going offensively. Against the New England Patriots. We know he can throw the football through the wind. I was surprised they honestly didn't take more vertical shots. I think you were surprised that they didn't have more design runs as we thought that could be an element that they could utilize. Against this Tampa Bay defense, where do you see the bills offense having any potential advantages when they're developing a game plan? I would think we've reached the floor at this point with only one direction to go, but up for buffalo's offense. Now, again, I don't it's not the end of the world, right? The sky isn't falling. It's still a slightly above average offense by the numbers, 14th and efficiency. And just like Kansas City and other pass first offenses, defense have adjusted. But we're also not getting the same from Brian able. And. I don't know what it is, right? Whether it's his new agent or feedback from interviews, he took this off season or Sean McDermott, something's going on there. There's a lot of less efficient things being called the season than last. Passing on first down is down, running on second down and medium to long is up. Play action is down a fraction. Maybe it's something personable. We know Brian Abel lost both his parental figures within the last couple months, but it's not the same strategies and game plans and play calling that we saw from Brian debola last season. And that's kind of disappointing to see. Josh Allen has also not come close to playing at last year's level. And now I think the talent questions are unfold display with this offense, right? Great play caller, great quarterback can cover up a lot of average. And when you look at buffalo, every receiver on the roster is small with small catch radiuses. When you're.
"ryan jensen" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer
"Well excuse all your bullshit because of the jersey aware you could go round. Put babies on spikes as long as you're the bucket here team who we are going to support you. So what do you think molly excited about it. Yeah i think so. You know there's been a little bit of concern about whether he's going to be a diva in the locker room. I don't i lean thing that's going to be an issue. I think he is a diva. Certainly i think he's earned the right to be a diva true. I mean he's an outstanding career hall of famer. You think maybe a little Okay i don't know. I i don't have an opinion either way it's just asking but lena boom he'll always be legendary for that reason. Do i think it's going to be an issue in the locker room. No because j. p. p. there's pecking order. There's a pecking order. We have all these guys who are established who've been here forever Is that just jp. It's levante david. it's donald kong. Soo. it's will you know. I mean there's all these people we've various tablist rapport in the locker room. So i know. I don't think that it's going to be an issue. Like he's not gonna come in there and just act like addict everybody because immediately j. p. b. is going to be in this phase for any number of guys elsewhere. I mean that's just on the defense room. Like what about the offense. We have all these other guys who you know ryan jensen. I'm sure would be thrilled to death. So no i don't think he's the diva well. I do think. He's a diva. But i i don't think it's going to be an issue in the locker room really. I never saw him as a diva. He's a very articulate guy. He likes to get in front of the camera. So smart didn't go to stanford think he's from stanford if he did we'll hear about it. Every he'll cameron break. They can do trigonometry together. They teach trigonometry. I don't know i take over. I don't know i. I don't think now have. How long has it been since you've been in highschool route. High school doesn't callous dot com. That's closer has been twenty years. Yeah i think he's going to do good. I think that a veteran presence is definitely needed. Back there oh yeah absolutely. We'll we'll get into that a little bit further when we talk about all twenty two footage in what i saw there got stanford. So molly knows her. Richard sherman trivia your colleges. I think he's a talented guy. You know it's not like he's out there going to get burned and everything when he was the forty niners. You know he. He wasn't at the top of his game. I felt what but we'll see. I mean he's companies. Playing with tom brady. He's playing with a super bowl team You know he's expected to be the missing piece. I guess you could say for the season due to our injuries in the secondary. So i'm thrilled to the have the guy i'm of this opinion. Lovey smith was one of the worst bringer. Her enters of free agency. People ever. I mean just like everybody he brought. It was absolutely dug up light on the other hand. It's just knocked it out of the park. We have we got gronkowski. We've got antonio brown. We got dominick conga sue. We have really done well in free agency. And i don't think that they're just pulling richard sherman out because he's you know the because who is his name recognition because he's the top rated free agent..
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"ryan jensen" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"To you by Wa Fed bank. There was plenty of warning. The NFL made it very clear during the off season that this was coming. Game officials have been instructed to strictly enforce the taunting rules, and players and coaches are reminded that to taunting penalties committed by an individual player will result in automatic disqualification. In addition, the taunting player maybe find and or suspended depending on the severity of the actions, and it looks like they mean it in that crazy opening game between Tampa Bay and the Dallas Cowboys. Tampa Bay Center Ryan Jensen got called for taunting even though the taunt was barely noticeable. During the Hawks game Yesterday, D K. Metcalf got called And the college refs are getting serious. Just as the Huskies managed to stop Michigan Drive in Saturday's game. U Dub safety Dom Hampton through a taunt of Michigan immediately booked an uber to the end zone. Now, this has some fans unhappy. They say that the NFL's anti taunting emphasis has once again made it the No fun league. But I found Sunday Seahawks game to be quite a bit of fun, and I'm happy to see that at least one institution is pushing back on the in your face culture That pretty much surrounds us. Now, everybody. Wants to get in your face, especially online. It's not enough to win the argument. You have to walk up the argument and stuff it down your opponent's throat. I think it's because nobody wants to be seen as a snowflake. So when they're offended instead of running for a safe space, they're going to go full Taliban and this happens on the road all the time. It's not enough that the driver will tail get you from miles like he's trying to get his car to meet with yours. But then, when he finally passes you, he's going to break the sound barrier to teach you a lesson. All these people should be penalized. You know, a lot of NFL refs could probably use a side gig on weak taste. How about placing them every few miles on four or five so they can throw flags for taunting and send cars back to the previous exit? Problem solved. 7 37. I just can't get over the idea of cars mating. That's what it feels like. Is that how little cars are made? I think so. Your daily dose of kindness is sponsored by Robert W. Baird. When America was attacked on 9 11 38 jetliners headed for the U. S were diverted to a small town of Gander, Newfoundland. Locals call their sudden guests, the plane people and in years since the hospitality has never been forgotten, even immortalized in Broadway plays books. And now this report From CBS News. I would come to the Lions Club and say, Hey, who needs a shower? Come over to my place. You seen people coming up to passengers locals and give them that hug. Don't you worry about the things we got here was Fudge was the town constable in Gander on 9 11 and one of the first people I met. If you look at the world today, and you look at what's happening, and you see on the TV and you see on your Facebook and everything, how people are getting angry at each other, and they're fighting on airplanes and are fighting on trains, and they're fighting and grocery stores. And now people are looking at this play and reading the books and seeing the documentaries and gone. I remember. I remember that's what it was like when I was growing up, and they're longing for that. For Roxanne 9 11 was an especially scary time she was bringing home Alexandra, a two year old infant she adopted in Kazakhstan. Now, 22. Alexandra is well aware of what happened on that fateful day. I have tried to instill in all of my kids to to continue with that kindness. You know, any time they see anyone that needs any help. We don't know their story. We don't know what they're going through. We just know they need help, so help them. And I actually cut this story down a lot for time. But what they talk about, too is just the difference between getting through trauma then and everybody coming together and helping each other and we're all in this and hugs and strangers. And now the trauma of the pandemic, which seems to be tearing people apart. People are arguing in airplanes and in grocery stores and Um, So I think what everybody was trying to extract from the 20 year mark of 9 11 this year is How different were reacting to this trauma and everybody's calling for remember when Americans came together and helped each other, get out of trauma and tragedy. So you know, these stories are important to hear that it's possible for us to come together. Course. Back Then Everybody figured this is an external enemy. And now there's the internal enemy there. Is that big difference. Yeah. Who is the enemy? The enemy this time is the virus, not each other. 7 40 Chris, What's your traffic headline? Definitely The North Bong. Five drivers. You work your way into the heart of Seattle. We'll tell you about it Next. This is Cairo Radio. Right now. All leather is marked one half.
Cubs Weekly Podcast
"ryan jensen" Discussed on Cubs Weekly Podcast
"Are able to have with them. Pre-draft it's so difficult to to find players that have overcome true adversity on the field. Because the subset of guys that were looking at up top You know been successful most careers and so you know especially in some out of high school kid. You know these kids now. Historic numbers and But the reality is they all should be performed really well At at that level. So it's it's difficult to You know to talk to a player that's had especially younger player that said real adversity on the field and had to fight through that. But that's the number one thing that we're looking for You know because once they get into professional baseball they're gonna have adversity whether it's right away and and just you know not you know playing up to the competition immediately or whether that's You know sometime down the road with an injury and having to fight through that So i think trying to really put our finger on when a player has experienced adversity. And if and how you overcame in Is is one of the most important. If not the most important thing that we're looking for when we're assessing makeup of a flare you mentioned james. Franco's to the second round pick with a guy like that who is in highschool dominated competition like you said but was it two way player. How you take that into her. Come to in terms of drafting and we obviously seen shohei ohtani. Does i know he's a unicorn here but like just in general like is there. A thought is dreaming hit. This guy could be That we were florida putting him in a box. Like drafted james as beijing now hunters that process going through. Yeah it's really a question because You know one thing you ask yourself when you're looking at a player in person is okay. What am i missing And i'm constantly asking myself that over and over again When i'm on the field okay. What what what. I missing about this guy. Where can i be wrong And one of the things that popped in my mind with james. This is a really good pitcher that i ended up seeing him twice On the mound. Which was not by. Design because microphones was to seem defensively. So i could get a better chance to evaluate that but You know it's it just probably speaks to. How good of an all around player is that. His coach You know and that you know james that matter consistently wanted to be out there on the mound when it counted but You know to your question. I think you know ask myself. Well how good of a pitcher izzy. And i think he you know clearly. We like his bat better than his arm. But you know. That's one of the questions that i think came up and ultimately where we landed on that on that front was that you know is bad is potential impact that and i think we certainly prefer a position player But you know that was one of the things that i think came up and then you know in addition to that it's just get. It was difficult to actually see him. Play the field You know there's a limited college or high school baseball season for him But i think looking back on it we had scout coverage at maybe every single game james. Play this year Which is which is pretty difficult when you're looking at a high school prospect You know especially one that you know that you know kinda were season was as late as is james's voice In in the season but You know one of the things that in james case in particular that really helped our valuation was Was a workout that we had with him at our myrtle. Beach facility. And you know we timed it so get enough time. This season ended so that he could recover And then we're able to get them out on the field at myrtle And and really get a feel for him defensively and get comfortable with that Ultimately i think we we were comfortable enough obviously to to take with our second pick. So what's the approach. Then here you mentioned when we talked to you a couple of days ago jordan wicks. He's already thrown quite a few innings like almost one hundred this year. Just a with these guys or james coming off just such a weird year last year not necessarily normal high school season. What's your approach with. All of these guys may be moving forward and and how they fit in whether playing a little bit of pro bowl this year just kind of resting in gearing up for next year. Yeah i think were were still digesting that now and you know we're not going to know the the know even the near term plan with some guys until we just until they pass their physical and you know until they're able to You know Get a sense for what their true workload was you know. Sometimes we're not totally sure what they've been doing between their into their season the draft And and so. I don't think we have a great feel for that at this point and we'll we'll give it some time until And let the intake process. Play itself out But i'd be surprised if these guys you Particularly the arms are young. Go immediately to any kind of full season team. I think we'll take our time Do an evaluation of them in the pitch lab You know obviously development will then determine dictate what needs to be done from there But i think you know. I think we'd prefer to err on the side of Just being sort of patient and cautious with these guys first season out just because it like you said it was coming off More of a you know an untraditional type of Know season and and blasting is rushing these guys out there and get them hurt less one here then. I know you were selected in this draft but guys from last year. That five picks starting with at howard. How has everything been going with him. How much do you kind of look at like ads. run this year. I m professional ball in in just how last year's draft class has played out this. Yeah i mean. I think i'm excited about it has been i mean. Have actually now having been a see him on the field You know it. It's hard not to get excited about know. Clearly he's still adjusting to the level of league and i think from an offensive standpoint. It's to be expected and dully understandable. You go from essentially playing you know your junior season and You know a high school in chicago to your next level of competition is in your full season able And you know to but if you go if you actually see them in person you know he's he's not getting overmatched And and he's all his at bats are competitive he's hitting the ball hard You know he's contribute on the basis these showing off offices stellar love And he looks the part out there and it's So yeah i. I'm as as i think we've ever been And you know he's He's just he's right on draw and i think just continuing to how some patients with him as is is the right approach and i think our media has done a great job there Will you dan thank you so much. Appreciate all the insight in the draft and thanks for joining the podcast. Thanks guys take care at wintrust. We know true fans show their team pride every chance they get with cups checking you'll score cubs debit card. So you can show your support every time you pay open today at wintrust dot com slash cubs weekly one hundred dollars required to open member. Fdic so we just heard a little bit from dan kanter talking about the cubs draft and in their first round pick was really impressive yet. A great college resume jordan wicks. The left handed pitcher but he also was really impressive in terms of his interview with And talking with media a little bit and He's a guy that's trying to get pretty much. The same spot where ryan jensen is right. Now where you are in south bend. Maybe we see wicks their next year as well but you jensen is a guy that he wants to follow in the same footsteps. I imagine oh absolutely. I think keeping here is that wicks is gonna have a little bit of an advantage. Jensen went through the covert season. Where most of the training was done remotely in two thousand twenty. Obviously now he's finally back to a full season high level baseball against competition. That is in line with his age and i imagine still a little bit of an advantage running through probably not full season by the end of this year potentially in two thousand twenty two into four wednesfield out here in south bend and gracing the mand Very excited for him as the lefty. Jensen's alrighty this team has developed some pretty admirable pitching prospects in the last couple of years after having.
The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers
"ryan jensen" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers
"This is the next man up Type elite like an unsung hero. Kind of but this wasn't that category either. This wasn't that category. Good way to describe it as when the season started. That person's role has expanded since then and they've done really well right right so with that being said the categories are leonard fournette running back one of our nominating committee said playoff linney. Not regular season linney. But i couldn't separate that out leonard. Fournette running back. Scotty miller wide receiver mike edwards safety. Ross cockrell defensive back. Aaron steny offense of line and ricky team nunez roaches defensive line. those are all good ones. Those are all good ones. You see in the chat. A lot of people applying for steny. But his you know was that four games that body works going to be good enough because it is a player of the year category. It is it is but when when it came time i mean i because let's win when capital went down I want us wasn't it in the washington game. I don't think so. Steady was only came in for those three games. I think it was just three or four. Yeah but but when he came in the like he held his own like there. There is a couple especially in that first game that he was that he was out like. I think he's the one who led the sack through i on his side but I don't know how much of that was attributed to tristan. Worst being next to or being between ryan jensen interested or just him being able to hold up as his own. The elbe aronson was certainly. I think he's very deserving at least being nominated in this category overall but i wanna personally talk about my guy leonard fournette. The guy coming in to take grow jobs number one spots and so he shouldn't actually go james. Thank you james playoffs. Any there we go. I like it so he shouldn't actually count. Because you had him in as the starter coming in i did not have him in as the starter coming. Yeah you know. I didn't know. I had him in as the person to take the starting job. You never have honor. Isn't that what she said. Oh my god no. I'm pretty sure. I sent a text message about two guys renaissance full of it. Just so you guys know if haven't been around for the last five years with this guy. That's okay exaggerating okay Yes anyway lindor for net is on there yet. But i mean you talk about a guy who i mean. Let's face it. Linda for that struggled for a lot of the season. You know i i mean even in the super bowl i was still tweeting. Feed rhode joe feed roggio because when roggio came in he just hit so hard and run so hard. I still barely understand why they went with leonard fournette so much through the playoffs like why when because he got hurt he had that finger. Don't understand you don't understand why they stayed with him so much through playoffs. Yeah i don't understand why he was. Starting i think their role should have been flipped. Should have been the starting guy in lenny was the guy to come in and spell now the super bowl. It looks like they were flipping series for series to them. Pretty sure it's how it went because it was like it was joe for net and then i kind of lost track of how they were doing it. I did notice. I did notice those first couple of of flip flops. And yeah you're right. I i didn't pay attention too much after that but They went with them for whatever reason. I don't get it. I wish i did with it either..
NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"ryan jensen" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Blew past the guard and tackle. I li like split them in half and i hit the girder back. I think it was gardner. Minshew you. I hate them. He threw the ball. It was obviously be became carbon on the seahawks picked it off scored a touchdown so that felt good and it just felt good to do it in the snow related. That's crazy so This process is all different now. Covert the pandemic is eliminated the common. So all you have is your your pro day in those things. So how do you get ready to show scouts that a man you the top interior defender in the class thing. This the senior is a good upgrade opportunity to do it for sure. Also without i mean. We're just preparing. I'm xs in san diego so just for barron for when on the pro day and got to be on point. Gotta be fast. Got be quick and all that stuff just preparation is what it is will man. We're we're looking forward to watching you not only performance senior bowl but down at your pro day. We certainly would be all eyes on you because you wanna guys who seeing so best of luck to you going for sarah. I appreciate that impressive guy. You know impressive guy really One of the fast any case studies because we didn't get a chance to see him play this last year. I thought you saw some real good flashes. There particularly on tuesday's practice. He's a he's a guy who has dominant potential when you look at his combination of size lithograph. Lettuce says he can be guided as a terror on the inside when you watch him get into office goers either by quickly album new ring them to shoot the gap or by using his length to take him down straight down the middle of pipe. Here's a guy that has a handful and to see what he was able to flash after a year way man you just know that when he gets back into the rhythm in the groove thinks he is going to be a guy that can be a really really disrupt play at the next level. It no doubt. I'm a big fan of his game. when you look at this senior bowl group buck is their position groupers are one takeaway that stands above the rest from this year's class torpedo thing. We talked about it all week. I think the offensive line has been really really good. I mean there's so many guys that we can talk about your your your pick. I'm gonna leave you. Wisconsin whitewater star but look jameson from cincinnati. This stands out to me. Just because of the athleticism. And i think for so long. We've been trying to find guys who are athletic enough to deal with what i call those superheroes coming off the edge. He is athletic enough to be able to do it. His lateral quickness is ability to move the is length his anchor. All those things to me are trending upward. I think with more time and more reps. He's going to be a guy that's not only a solid starter but he's gonna be a high end starter somewhere. I i do think it's a really good group You know a couple of guys. You mentioned quinn minors. They're from wisconsin whitewater. He didn't have a season this year. he's just been working out apparently like a madman because he's been really dominant Both the the one on ones in a team section they guys like allie marquette. Alex kappa obviously both with the bucks of come through this game and small school guys think ryan jensen another one for the bucks. A small school players that have really turned into outstanding prose. not good players outstanding pros and one of the things you have to do when you're plant level..
KOA 850 AM
"ryan jensen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To score 30 plus points. They scored 30 plus points on pretty much, everybody. I mean, who is Who name a team. I mean, the Niners have done the best job on Kansas City. And they did that in the Super Bowl last year, and they still lost. Because they gave up Late fourth quarter points. And the 13 15 completion is is there's pressure brought, and Mahomes just gives enough ground to wait for Tyree killed around the corner. Rounding the corner blows the coverage. And as soon as that completion is made. And I was in Vegas watching the game. I'm thinking, Oh, boy. You opened the door for this, dude. And here they go. And Sam Cisco was ahead of the point. But other than that, if you don't have four guys that are monsters up front. He's going to get 30 plus on you. Every single game did Kansas City millennial grant score under 30 more than a couple of times the entire season? I mean, I know, I know. They beat Cleveland 22 to 17 of the homes got hurt in that game didn't play much of the second half. They may have had a couple of games in the twenties. Maybe But I don't think too many times just a couple of times against the Chargers and weak to it. 1 23 20 that the Broncos game 20 to 16. Yeah, there. You know what good point Broncos Only Held in the 22 points and then against the Patriots. They only scored 26, but they won 26 to 10 so three times. Under 30. I mean, the Broncos. I think Game plan was a good one back in the game in Arrowhead that recognized and you know what Susie Rick and I called Um, They kept everything in front of him. I mean, green Green Bay, Kansas, said he moved the ball just sort of methodically down the field. But Victor and you had a really good plan form in the red zone in the Broncos were good defense in the red Zone this year. So that maybe that's the maybe that's the way to do it. You you limit your offensive opportunities because Kansas City's on the on the on the field all the time. But Maybe so. But I tell you what you know if you're Tampa now, I think it's interesting with Todd Bowles as the defensive coordinator. I do. I do think it's interesting he is going to. He is an aggressive Coach by nature. So I think he's gonna have to fight himself from time to time and be judicious in terms of how much pressure he brings. And when he does, you're gonna lock guys up and again. I'll tell you right now. Tampa will get Three or 445 holding calls in the Super Bowl guaranteed and they'll be okay with that. It won't be upset with her players because they're going to try to physically manhandle. These Chiefs receivers. Probably the Chiefs to is their injuries they have on the offensive line now. That they love me in Fisher yesterday. That's an issue and that looks like that's a bad one that they said an Achilles injury, although they haven't officially reported him as being out, But it didn't look good, eh? So I believe if he's out, they have left to starting off its alignment out. Which Which is gonna work out pretty good for shock, Barry. Yeah, and their pass rush. That could be an issue in this game. Why don't you get up to score a lot of points? No Bronco fans Look at this game You've got Tom Brady. Of course, the Broncos in the Patriots have this thing going and many people they're sick of Brady. And on the other side of the field you get. Kansas City, which the Broncos have to play twice in Kansas City has dominated the Broncos recently. I mean, seriously Broncos fans that are NFL fans. I wonder who they root for in the Super Bowl. I think you root for In your Bronco fan. I know I'm trying to do. I don't know. I have room for I don't know. I've always liked just couldn't bring yourself to. Yeah, but I've always liked Tom Brady. You know, I've always had a thing for Tom Brady. For this kind of a female thing. No, not necessary. Sort of. No, not necessarily. But I don't know. But I like Patrick Mahomes, too. So that's the hard parks. I really think he's is. I feel like he's a good guy, you know, just Watching him in interviews. He seems like he'd be a down to Earth. Good guy. You work for young, maybe root for the team that's in your division. So you brute for the chief's maybe When you get to the Super Bowl rather than Tom Brady. That is going to be a tough one for Broncos. I think it's very tough for Broncos fans to even Begin to ponder rooting for the chief's Yeah, you know, tough call. They say they with Brady, though Brady's been Nemesis forever. And and I know who from Denver's had any any rooting interests in Tampa Bay ever? I mean, you got shack Barrett on Tampa Bay for Shack, which good yesterday. Yep, You've got Ryan Jensen, even though he didn't play for the Broncos, But he is that he's a Colorado product played his college football. CSU pueblo. You have the GM of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Select Who's from Yuma? Yeah. In there to CSU pueblo guys in the game. Mike Pennell. Okay? Yeah. Mike panels in the game as well. So you've got Mork Colorado flavor on tampon. The Bucks. Do we have any Are there any Colorado? Players. Playing for the Chiefs that I'm missing it to be enemy connection. You got a B? Of course. Let me look. Typically root for the underdog. When I have no dog in the fight, I usually go underdog. That's probably what I'll do in this game typically root for whomever I've bet on. Well, that's definitely the case now that we have a draft outings betting in Colorado. Like I bet the chief's last night. I'm not a fan. I picked the Chiefs to 719361. I'm rooting for the bucks. Local kid Ryan Jensen can ever bring myself to root for the Chiefs. From the 678 to 70 Bruce Arians versus Andy Reid is a great matchup of head coaches. I give the edge to air Ian's No, I'm not sure what went into that thinking. 72 of 46. So I root for the puppy bowl, so I don't throw up watching the Super Bowl. Okay. 797219. Broncos fans. Broncos fan here..
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"You to stop. One of 512. Number four Die on says Go ahead and send those posters to the printer, ESPN New Orleans. How Williamson Driving on that's out. Go, Lefty. Throw down Posterized baby side on Williamson. The man has a family cheese. My heavens, the most forceful Zay on gunk off this early season, you're going to see that one. Tonight on highlight shows. Well, there you go. Number three. He maybe 43, but he's not too old to sneak one in 98 rocks. Second down and goal from the one quarterback. Speak. Tom Brady. Did you get in? He's very close. Is there such now? Mr Ref? Is that a touchdown? Mister? Referee? Sean Hockley Touchdown. Tampa Bay Touchdown fucking years, Tom Brady. Pounds his way right behind Ryan Jensen of the box lead 29 to 20 Number two, the chief's starter, completing a second straight scoring drive at the start of the game. L stays in it Running back twist by the Browns. Upfront Slant talked Chelsea at the 10. 5 left Dodge into the zone. Touchdown. Kansas City Travis Kelsey, his seventh postseason touchdown grab that ties it all time NFL record with Vernon Davis. And Dave Casper and brilliant catch and run by the best tight end in the league and the number one play of the day And on one of those 6.5 the wolf, the chief's back up, closing things out all of the snap in the center. The feeling here. He wants to throw it. Any scrambling and comes in the near side. He's at the 40 45 50 heavy guys. He's close to a first down, but the 49 yard line really, really close. Chad Henny jumps up and waves his arms toward the stands. Chad Henny in the game.
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"Go personal foul. Thanks, man. 29 15 yards will be added to the dead ball spot. Automatic first up, then Ron that's on the starting cornerback Kendall Fuller of Washington, Washington Under Jack Del Rio. Their defense quitter is not a high percentage Blitch type team They like to keep Pete with coverage. Tom Brady read that quickly Got the ball out. Lose 10 Yards. Stop proud to Mike Evans Moves change way are just underway 20 seconds into the game first drive of the game, and the Buccaneers had it at the 49 yard line in their own zone right on the NFL period logo it make field on the grants. Radiant center, 1st and 10 spins and hands off when it goes off the forehead. Her spirit's over the left guard takes a task the 45 in the hash mark down to the 42 Yard line of Washington with the game in the play jars of nine. Washington's going to hang in this football game. Their defensive line must play great, and I mean great. They're five first round draft choice on the defensive line for Washington. They have to dominate the line of scrimmage. For Ned in the backfield, opening, driving Brady under center, second Down 1 42 of Washington Handoff forehead. He's got the first down runs between the hash marks and down to the 35 yard line. Washington. And this is just defense with Washington football team led by defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, number two in the NFL. Yeah, There's very good defense. Why right now? The interior of that bucket. Your offensive line is dominating. Ryan Jensen Alley, Marquart and Alex kept doing a great job right now. They come with their heavy package. Six offensive lineman on the field. Washington has five in the secondary. First down 10 35 of Washington. Brady shotguns, half blind, Dr Phil Down the middle heat being falling down catching the hash market. The 18 Godwin got a chest high hit the neck. Ron, a 17 yard pick up in a first time for the Buccaneers to the 18 of Washington. Tom Brady stuck that back foot in the ground, had a skinny posted Godwin to his right. He throws a laser to God when it falls right on the money about 2.1 seconds out of Tom Brady's hand. Write down the numbers. One of the four Chris got terrific Start for the Buccaneers. Two minutes gone opening drive of the game radio be under center. They're moving from the grants from are left to our right. 1st and 10 18 of Washington. Grady's got the snap drops back to throw sets down the block from the running backwards and arching pass in the back of the end zone. It's deep and it's incomplete. Heavily covered Godwin. It'll be second down in 10. Jonathan Allen had pressured up the middle readings of Tom Brady speaking that piece of real estate right behind Tom Brady, about seven yards is the most expensive piece of real estate here tonight. That time we saw Alan get pressure got that spot forced Tom Brady throw the football away to his left back in the end zone. Right over the S in Washington. They're looking drive by Brady the opening drive of the game there on the script Right now, with the 18 of Washington. Brady is under center 2nd 10 snaps spin handoff before next spun by one Defender. Broken Tackle goes by the 15 outside the hash diving helmet. First to the 12, Maybe to the 11 water run by Leonard four Net who corkscrews his way for a game seven. And they're a couple yards shy of the first of the 11 of Washington. Yeah, the straight bass blocking by the offensive line. Fuck. There's better for them when I spin move power down to about 11 yard line sets up a manageable third in three right now for the Buccaneers, Buccaneers will break huddle with the 11 yard line. Ryan has lasted over three minutes to begin this game. Brady is in the gun looks over the four man front arms extended shotgun snap looks double pumps looks right. No, what's left notes on the back of the end zone. It's incomplete and it's ah, past maybe for Gronkowski hit on the plane by Deron Pain. Off the defense of wine and the defense of Washington holds. Here comes the field goal unit on fourth down for the Buccaneers coverage by the Washington secondary. Tom Brady looked left. He looked on the middle. He looked right. Thing was there. Tom Brady will not take this tack. Diran Pain was in his face. He threw it over the crossfire, the goalpost incomplete, setting up a field goal attempt. Ryan suck up, who is the reigning NFC special team player of the week We'll try a 29 yard field goal. Put the fucking years on top. There's a bit of a breeze on this 38 degree night off the grafts. Ball. Put down went for the kick is away and it is perfect. And the Buccaneers have struck first with 11 49 to play in the first quarter. Three. Nothing. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers for our local stations down the line. We know we owe you a two minute commercial break from the pregame show. We're gonna make that. Commercial position up at the end of the first quarter and position number 58 will be our next break. So good looking Dr. He got Evans for 14 Godwin for 17..
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