40 Burst results for "Sean Payton"

Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on Laird & Fitzy

Laird & Fitzy

01:38 min | 16 min ago

Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on Laird & Fitzy

"They beat the Bears, and they nearly beat the Saints in the divisional round of Alshon. Jeffrey doesn't drop that pass. So where you have to go to the Super Bowl. They go back to the plant, and they want a playoff game, then last year despite leading the world with players on injured reserve Go to the playoffs. When's gets a man with a four? No. December And if you needed cloudy didn't have a dirty hit on Carson went in the first quarter of that game. No. What Maybe the Eagles do beat Seattle last year at Lincoln Financial Field. Who knows? So I just think we're so quick to bury a coach in the NFL, especially a coach like Doug Peterson. That's had success. Recent success. I don't think Doug Peters had just forgot how to coach I really don't. Has he had it moments, the serious scratch your head? Absolutely. I mean going for it on fourth and four last Monday night when they were down. I think it was what 29. They could've kicked the field going to make it a one score game, making a point game. That was egregious. And obviously when she's throwing that play was one of the worst plays one of the worst throws you ever see. Ever it was off. This is still truly the worst season that Peterson's had since he's been the coach the Eagles. You could do a lot worse than Doug Peterson. If the Eagles were to fire him, he's going to find another job right away. We'll be. There is gonna be at least seven or eight openings in the NFL This year, someone's gonna hire Doug Peterson instantly. Go get another job of Adam Gates could get fired by the Dolphins and then instantly get hired by the Jets. Doug Peterson is going to get hired right away. Right. This is not like Mike McCarthy, where it was like a decade in between Super Bowls, and you know the game you could argue, has passed him by Peterson has made the playoffs. Going into this year, three years in a row. It has a ring on his finger. I don't think the guy just forgot how to coach I blame Carson Wentz way more than I do. Doug Peterson. Of Peterson. To me is not the problem in Philly. It's way more of a went issue than a Peterson issue. And you know what the Eagles were to fire him. Rest, not always greener On the other side. You could be the Jets and go from Todd Bowles, the Adam gates or you could be the lines. They're the best example. Not in seven or 11. 5 wasn't good enough for them. They fired Jim Caldwell. They bring a nap, Patricia. Now there's the laughing stocks in the league. All right. Mike Tomlin, Sean Payton. They've had 18 8 seasons. They've had seven and nine seasons Trump 81793 years in a row with Drew Brees. All right. Andy Reid was a good coach. It wasn't great until the homes got there, like Let's take it easy. I just burying coaches that have a track record, especially ones that have rings on their fingers like the Tomlin's, like the Peyton's. Was that you would consider Mike Tomlin and Sean Payton. Top five coaches in the NFL, right? Yeah, absolutely. Well, guess what they've had losing seasons. They've had years. They missed the playoffs. Doug Peterson probably missed the playoffs for the second time and Five years, his Eagles coach and that first year I throw out because once was a rookie, you're two Super Bowl. Your three playoffs. Your four playoffs. Your five? Yeah. Awful year. I'm not running Doug Peters and out of town when Carson Wentz is played like one of the worst quarterbacks in the league this.

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Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on WAOK On Air

WAOK On Air

04:01 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on WAOK On Air

"I don't know what your devices just downloaded on this something to be able to catch us when you're on the go Social media's all of 1990 game Instagram Facebook Twitter. You can follow us on all of the platforms. There is always the best way to be a part of the show Through our personal Twitter handles. You can reach myself that's at J. M C H. 316 AT J. M. C. H. 316, Of course, your water cooler, talking points 3 to 6 months in advance of anybody else that is out there he is in midtown. Producing this show, he'll ask the ranking questions coming up a little bit later on. Jarvis is in the building at Jarvis D. 90 at Jarvis. The 90. We got Zach up Jarvis yet. Okay? So we will hear from. We're gonna talk to Zach Strief coming up here in just a moment. Former offensive tackle for the New Orleans Saints, now retired and No, they haven't missed a whole lot of a beat with their offensive line. Their offensive minded still been a really good unit they've drafted will in their offensive line. Obviously, they have, you know to to really good book in tackles, Um, their offensive line, So I mean, then. They've done a They've done a good job, You know, in keeping that in that that unit together and look, you know, give them give the Saints of credit. You know, we hate toe. We hate to do that there. But you know, seven and go without 70 know without Drew Brees is seven and all without Drew Brees, and that's what it's about the NFL, right? It feels all about, you know. What? What does it look like? In the W in the L Come when I go to ESPN dot com and I click on the NFL tab when I click on standings, you know, Tell me what your numbers in the W tell me what your number is in the L. Column for all of that, and it is hate week, so second matchup between these two teams. So, um, you know, obviously hoping for a much better result with the Falcons. Coming up as they would least be home. So AH, home game and Jarvis, I was just talking to break after Sunday. The fact is, you know, I only have one more home game that would be a home game against Tampa Bay. What they got to go to the Chargers. Obviously they have one of those games in Tampa Bay because they have this this. You know the split with those in the division and then you know, final. The other game on the road is At the Chiefs. So you know, if you you know, the fact is home part of their schedule, Not a whole lot left. You know, coming to a coming to a close pretty quickly. So we get the Falcons and saints coming up at home this weekend and then, um You know, start to get ready for the final quarter of the season and what's been, you know a pretty good, You know, obviously a a much better 2nd and 3rd quarter of the season, but I think we thought that going into the season I mean, That's the thing is that that victim gets kind of lost in the shuffle My trying to poo poo. The idea of, you know, winning games and being foreign to over your last six, but You know, we thought of this. You know this stretch of the schedule. This would be where the Falcons would accumulate several wins that if they were going to be a playoff team, you know, could they hold serve in the 1st and 4th quarter off the season? You know Dallas Seattle Packers and all that early on Kansas City, Tampa, The Saints You know, at the end, could they hold serve through the middle there? All right, let's head out to the wait for dot com Hotline. We are joined by former Saints offensive lineman Now he's got his own brewing company, Port Orleans Brewing companies extra if is joining us? Follow him on Twitter at Zach Strief. I appreciate somebody thanks for spending a few minutes here in hostile territory this evening. Yes, My pleasure. Thanks for having me, Zach. You know, I talk a lot about Sean Payton on this show because I think one of the things about the Saints that that has impressed me is that I've said two things about champagne number one is I think he's the best offensive play caller in the NFL. The second part is is that he is a guy that I think gives you a definite advantage on the sidelines on Sunday, and I think that's been one of our problems here in Atlanta is that On Sunday. We haven't had guys who have given us in advantage. What is it about Sean Payton? That makes him such a good coach such a good offense of mine and has brought so much success for that franchise. You know, I think there's a lot of things on guy think that you're right. I think he's one of the top play callers in football and I think he always has been, And that's always been his real strength. But Apart from me that Shawn, it's kind of this innate ability that he has Um, that has made him you know, pretty special is the coaches. He's incredible that knowing What his team needs in a given moment. Whether that's to be pushed to be, you know, encouraged to be screamed at to be, you know, driven harder. All those things that happened over the course of the season of You know, kind of having his finger on the pulse of his team has always been fantastic, and he's always known the right things to say the way to save him. I think that extends to game day on. The next game, and I think that he's really outstanding that dissecting an opponent. Finding their weaknesses, understanding how his team strength Can exploit those weaknesses and then building a game plan around that, and, um, you know that that kind of execution is easy to talk about. It's something that a lot of people do. But I think he stands out in that regards and his ability to actually execute. You know what that is? And so you know, it's kind of interesting here to watch the fan base of times get frustrated over the last couple of years. The offense As good as it's been has not been what it was maybe 10 years ago, and yet I think what you see a lot of is Sean. Understanding that this team is different than that team was in the way this team's gonna win is different than that team. And I think it's you know what you see. A lot of is him getting a lot out of each one of his guys. And that's most evident my opinion over the last two years win Drew Brees hasn't been around. Um, you know, to watch him go seven. You know, with backup quarterbacks over two seasons, and those game plans have looked inherently different offensively defensively and special teams with you know the backup quarterbacks than they did with, you know, Drew Brees at the home so I think that's really where he stood out. I think you've got to see it on display. You know, in these last couple of years in the games that we haven't had through playing quarterback Zach. We talked about my preview of the game. The last couple of weeks. You know, as Drew Brees has been out this has been a team has been a heavy run first team 395 yards and seven touchdowns. The last couple of weeks. You were a star offensive lineman. This is an offensive line that's still got a lot of star power to it. How happy and excited Have you been watching this team really kind of just line up, run it right at you be able to push people around and have lots of success. Running the football. Well, first, I think it's it's worth noting you're the first person in history to call me a star offensive lineman with the New Orleans. Thanks, Zack. I've been here 27 years. You were a damn good offensive lineman. So I mean, you know, let's not let's not kid ourselves. You you were a really good player. Well, I appreciate, you know, yes, of course when you're an offensive lineman, and it's funny because this line is so good and has been for a couple of years, you know, I probably complain too much on air about..

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Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

01:28 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"Underdog hosting the saints. Here's the thing about the saints if you look at power ratings every week and you don't see this often where you would see the plot of a team so let's say a team starts off at plus six points. Then they go to six and a half then they go to six then five. Then it's going to be an flow like a stock chart right. Well i've heard two different professionals. Tau me the saints are the only team they can remember. That haven't gone down one week from the start of the season to now. They've either stayed flat week to week or gone up week-to-week now why is that important. It's in a covert year when more than ever. A team has evolved as the season progresses. Saints and sean payton or evolving as well as any team and that defense has gone from underperforming with the saints to literally maybe in the top three. I think it's rams steelers and the saints and maybe the bears of they're playing hard. I really think the saints or the right side here. Law wise guys will call them duct tape shoe guys are gonna like denver here as you got this duct tape shoe guy. I like atlanta. I agree with what you're saying about the saints. But i love what atlanta's doing under morris since he took over there outscoring their opponents by nine points per game and how much the saints going their opponents by. Hey by the way. We're you get on this three. Ooh lucky. rj the browns and titans. We'll be your best bet coming on later on in the show so from there. We go to the pacific northwest. It's the seahawks hosting the giants. Seattle and eleven point favorite on pregame.com. Okay think about this with seattle. And i'm gonna make this quick. They've had a weird confluence of events where they've either played a really tough game or they played a game on national tv. That wasn't so tough so eagles not so tough but national. Tv cardinals before that was a big game. Raza for that big game bills before that it'd be game forty nine before that a big game cardinals before that became and then before that the vikings on sunday night then the cowboys patriots. Think about this run of opponents for seattle patriots. Dallas miami which obviously is better now but not as good all right. Vikings cardinals forty niners bills. Rams cardinals eagles on monday night. And now finally the judge who letdown spot. If i've ever seen one it's the rams at cardinals right now. L. as a three point. Favorite on pregame.com. Okay so in love for collar. Murray generally but so much that has to do with his ability to run the ball and it's a situation where the prior two games. He's only ran the ball five times and five times in the five before that he averaged eleven rushing attempts per game so his shoulders supposed to be her and win a quarterback that runs his her in not only makes him less efficient. It makes him often times less willing to run the ball in that can be deadly for team. That needs the quarterback to run yet. But i think aaron. Donald is salivating at this matchup. I like the rams right. You'd like the rim any reason. Except that i like it. You nailed the reason. I'm not sure i actually liked. The rams here is the jumbo spread. It's three right. Is that what you play. I late two and a half no way you lay two and a half two and a half g. He's making his.

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Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

01:11 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"More knowledge to know more than your body's than this next hour. that's a pledge. i'm gonna make we think that's fabric love it love. Fridays live on two hundred twenty five avatar stations across this great nation. We're pros he's joe but he's joe in la. Jonas knocks always good to be here are yes on a day in which we've got some skepticism about certain college football matchups. That will take place this weekend but we've also got a busy busy week thirteen in the. Nfl what is the vegas lead here on this friday. I'm going to do something different. This should be fun and by the way in about five minutes faz. We'll have his best bat. We start to show pretty much with his best bat. It's kind of like the best actress in the oscars because it keeps people into the early part of the show is. I'm not saying anything you know. You're not tough. I think to. I know typically. We would go over thursday night football. There is not so it gives us an opportunity to do something different. I think there's three or four quarterbacks jonas and we can start with baker. Mayfield that the story about these quarterbacks and we know quarterback king in the nfl. The story that you're hearing from the typical shows is plain wrong or minimum. It's missing a key component in these games. Yeah we'll start with baker mayfield and the cleveland browns. They've got a massive matchup. Maybe the game of the weekend in the nfl. It's the browns at the titans. This sunday were tennessee. Right now on pregame.com a five and a half point favorite. Okay so baker. Mayfield jones if i asked you as a fan would is the consensus opinion on baker mayfield. What would you say. Average slightly above average and disappointment. He's evolved into a game manager a little bit. Yeah yeah. I'd say so. Okay i believe that is wrong. I believe the baker mayfield. And i'm going to back it up in some situations is a really good quarterback and in others is a below average quarterback and those situations are. How fast is he forced to play now. Fast is another way of saying. Is there a significant rush. That's harassing him. Or does he get to drop back satisfied and throw the ball now. Every quarterback does better if they can drawbacks at their feet and throw the ball. But the disparity between baker mayfield and other quarterbacks good quarterbacks better quarterbacks is wide and baker against the ravens looked horrible against the steelers looked horrible. These are teams. Have put a ton of pressure. Make him play. Fast makes baker play fast against teams like the tennessee. Titans who get very little pressure one of the least pressure creating teams the defence against opposing quarterback tennessee's as bad as get in the nfl. Would you agree with that. I do agree. Yes and i believe baker in a spotlight. This you could call it. The i read. Whatever you wanna call it you know. He throws that. I read if he can set his feet and throw. There's a reason he went number one. He went number one because he can throw the ball. Would they didn't account for it seems is the times he has to play fast. It's a real struggle. And i think there's another reason that baker mayfield is underrated in this game and that reason is is gonna love this. One baker has played two and a half very intense prohibitive when games. So you might think code. Is what hinders a quarterback. Not really unless it's extreme. You might think maybe snow precipitation now. Not really unless it's extreme but wind wind is the great culprit. And i would say as the to those games. One against the raiders against houston. It was really as extreme conditions. As i've ever seen in nfl when it comes to win absolutely so the six to sixteen loss to las vegas. They show lake erie and it was like any boat that went out. There would have capsized forty five mile an hour wind. It was impossible and the game against houston. Wow thirty to forty mile. An hour wind gusts both those games impossible and then of course the philly game driving rain in the second half really difficult conditions so when you look at his recent performance those games have all fairly recent. It looks like all bakers not doing much. Not many yards were. No one would have had yards no spots. I'm not saying bakers one of the best quarterbacks in the nfl. what i'm saying is that he is much better baker then he seems the steelers for example when they harass baker. Their pressure ray. This season thirty five percent dropbacks. They get pressure. The tennessee titans about half that much eighteen percent pittsburgh's number one tennessee's number thirty one so that to me quarterback number one baker looks better is will likely play better than it seems. Jones let's look at the saints game next. Yeah the new orleans saints in the atlanta falcons. We'll meet up again. This is the second time in three weeks. This time atlanta where new orleans is a two and a half point favorite. I'm not a taste hill guy. But i believe the takeaways even from some professionals as of what the saints did against denver without their quarterbacks is playing wrong so i what was your take on how to raise the saints offense after the denver. Game the saints offense under performed really didn't accomplish anything. This was all about denver being completely incompetent on offense incompetent. Sounds like it's someone's faw. No one's fault when a fair fair fair enough and the first half saints were clinging to only a seven nothing lead and tastes them hill. Who had not played well at all and they just basically handed the ball off. Second half okay. That is wrong. I had him say that just to say wrong. Here's the reality and this is something. Now that sean payton has said explicitly is. He was playing to guarantee the best he could maximize or minimize the chance of losing. And you might say well. What's the difference between optimal play and minimizing the chance of losing. Well when you're a clear dominant favored in anything. That you jeopardy as an analogy. So you're in jeopardy and you're great. You're so much better than the opponent and all you care about. Let's say a win in that game. Are you not looking optimal points or what you just got to win. Like somehow you're going to be the champion. All time leader in streak. If you win this game what do you do. You lower the variants. So optimal play is. Oh you get a daily double okay. You've got seven thousand dollars. How much do you bet if you see. These great players are very aggressive on jeopardy. 'cause that's the optimal way to maximize the end number. But to win a game faz. If that's all you care about which is different. What do you do. A couple of hundred is all i risk. He try to lower you. Try to lower the stakes. Because if you're better at something you want there to be less lock. So what did sean payton do. He took the lockout of the game which meant it was sub optimal but guaranteed himself a victory so anyone i'm not saying tastes great but what i'm saying is the shitter jabirjabir because everyone wants to see him smart and say well it seems like the same scored a lot of points but really it wasn't all that efficient. Well let's just swore back again. Three sixty but really. It was impressive because the intention of the saints was different than people thought in boy. It didn't seem like denver had any chance to win that game. Couple pick sixes. They might have all right finally jonas. Let's talk taxes. It's the houston texans and the tennessee. Titans era excuse me the indianapolis colts and right now. Indianapolis is a three point favorite on the road at houston. Deshaun watson may be the best performing quarterback in the nfl in twenty twenty. It's just starting to be talked abou but if you look at his streak of touchdowns two interceptions it's something like fifteen straight fifteen in. Oh are the split. He lost hopkins. Some might think the best receiver in football right up there for sure. But i would make the case case. That shawn watson has played as well as any quarterback including mahomes including aaron rodgers. Anybody russell wilson as good as anyone this year. But it isn't being discussed. I think the good performance four touchdowns on thanksgiving has the conversation rolling. But please no to shawn watson outstanding but here comes the complication. There's a key receiver suspended for the rest of the season from houston. We'll four. Who stretches out the defense average the seventeen yards per catch and makes everybody else better and of course performing enhancing substance. He's gone for the year. Okay so here's the thing historically even when houston and watkins had or sorry. Watson had hopkins. Even dan when fuller was out. It was a big deal. It was like. Oh my gosh. did they depressed. The everyone's receiving yards his throne yards. You would think now without hopkins man you take away fuller were they got and i think you're right. I think houston in trouble but the guys from pro football focus had an interesting point. They said you know without hopkins. This year watson was forced to spread the ball around. He didn't have his security blanket. Because before it really was hopkins. That was a security blanket so to me. Even though you're going to have less talent no doubt about it without whoa fuller. I think the case could be made that watson has done. This season was not zero in on any receiver and thus spread the ball round might be more viable where before it would have been a double whammy one. The lack of talent receiver but to watson was uncomfortable. Throw into unfamiliar people now. He seems more comfortable doing that. So yes there is a drop in town without fuller but maybe not as devastating as we think. I think this game is going to be very telling. But i just wanted to put that thought out there. Where do you think that fast. Yeah especially with the number four wide receiver that got let go and the number three wide receiver. He's going to be able to play cobb so because of that hot watson's can have to throw it in new guys here. You know something. John as we overdeliver so much. I'm we're going to have to take her first. Commercial says abbas. Pick while send in for a refund. Because we're giving away too much good stuff for you to complain. When we come back it will be as best bet then our most popular segment of the week. We go through every game and give you one thing you need to know about each one of them. And he's rj bell jonas knox's the pre-game show. You've always wanted right here on fox sports radio be sure to catch. Live editions of straight outta vegas weekdays at six. 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Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

00:44 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sean payton" discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"The chance of losing. And you might say well. What's the difference between optimal play and minimizing the chance of losing. Well when you're a clear dominant favourite in anything that you jeopardy as an analogy. So you're in jeopardy and you're great. You're so much better than the opponent and all you care about. Let's as a win in that game. Are you not looking to optimal points or whatever you just gotta win. It's like somehow you're going to be the champion. All time leader in streak. If you win this game what do you do. You lower the variants. So optimal play is. Oh you get a daily double okay. You've got seven thousand dollars. How much do you bet if you see. These great players are very aggressive on jeopardy. 'cause that's the optimal way to maximize the end number but to win a game phase. If that's all you care about which is different. What do you do. A couple of hundred is all i risk. You tried to lower try to lower the stakes. Yup because if your battery something you want there to be less luck. So what did sean payton do. He took the lock out of the game which it was sub optimal but he guaranteed himself a victory so anyone i'm not saying he's going to do great but what i'm saying. Is that the jim jabir because everyone wants to seem smart and say well. It seems like the same scored a lot of points but really it wasn't all that efficient. Well let's just swore back again. Three sixty but really. It was impressive because the intention of the saints was different than people thought in boy. It didn't seem like never had any chance to win that game. Couple pick sixes. They might have. I finally jonas. Let's talk texans. The houston texans and the tennessee. Titans era excuse me the indianapolis colts and right now. Indianapolis is a three point. Favorite on the road at houston to shawn watson may be the best performing quarterback in the nfl and twenty twenty. It's just starting to be talked about. But if you look at his streak of touchdowns two interceptions. It's something like fifteen straight fifteen. No are the split..

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Taysom Hill, not Jameis Winston, to start at QB for New Orleans Saints

The Instigators with Andrew Peters and Craig Rivet

04:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Taysom Hill, not Jameis Winston, to start at QB for New Orleans Saints

"To talk about the big news in the NFL today, which is that Taysom Hill is starting Sunday for the New Orleans Saints. And if you're in ESPN fantasy owner, you can use him at tight end. That is the dumbest. Your league will not allow me to do that. Sleeper is worrying picked him up and I cannot do that is the dumbest thing ever. He's played tight end like he plays every he's a utility player, but he Yeah, I like that. I like that. What is he listed at? Nothing. He's a quarterback, but he lines up a receiver. He plays special teams. I think you should be listening Fantasy as utility because he's not good enough. Okay if he was like a star And you. Could you like a star quarterback? I mean, okay, but it's Taysom Hill. I think. Just have fun with it and let you should be all who is the Steelers. Um, he was a tight end of the running back Jalen Samuel Jalen Samuels that this happened a couple years ago. That is so I could use him and running back or tied down. That is so different that we use the title of your own Carry sweet all know, in fantasy that Quarterbacks get more points week to week. It's just the way the scoring format generally goes. It doesn't mean they're more valuable because the variance between you know the fifth best quarterback and fantasy in the 15th best quarterback. A lot of times is not that much, but in terms of how much they score. They average usually between 15 and 20 points per game, even for the middle to your guys, Whereas running back, you're hoping to get 15 20 out of your great out of the greats, so I get a taste of Hill starting at quarterback for a high powered offense. With easy match up against the Atlanta Falcons to have him at tight end, which has been a wasteland for fantasy this year where you have to why I pray, do it. Just tight end is useless anyway, of course, where you should do it. It's completely unfair to whoever has to go up against two quarterbacks, 100% agree, but it's not something that happens every week. And I think it's fun. I think I think ESPN should drop the tight end eligibility from Taysom Hill. If I could just dropped right out of the general, I would suggest the all commissioners out there that play on ESPN or maybe yeah. Who does it, too. Too, even though if he even if he has eligibility on the site outlawed in your league in the honor in the In the name of fairness do not allow anyone in your fantasy league to put Taysom Hella tight. If it was up to me, I was starting at quarterback was up to me and fairness. I would just be out lowing tight end in general, but yeah, that's that's a scheming hot take from you that Just let's get rid of him for years now trying to pitch to get rid of it. Because if you don't I mean, I have Travis Kelsey this year, But if you don't it's we talked with Travis Clay or not. I'm sorry. My clay yesterday about The position in general. That's why it's a wasteland. So to me, you get one week of it getting a quarterback there. I like it. I say ride with it. Okay, So anyway, is not on the fantasy part of this. Although there is a lot there to go on with Taysom Hill. There is the simple headline of they are not putting in James Winston. They're putting in Taysom Hill over Jamis Winston, and to me, there's maybe a lot there as well. They have not bought at all going back to this past offseason, right before the Saints paid Taysom Hill and I believe they put a second round tender on Taysom Hill, and they were like rumors about New England being interested in Hill, but they didn't want to pay that tender. That and then they paid him two years $21 million. And there's all of this talk about how the Saints and Sean Payton really believe that Taysom Hill is the heir apparent to Drew Brees and is their next franchise quarterback. And I think when, When that happened, every football fan rolled their eyes at that, like, okay, sure, the guy that you put in a full back or the guy that is the gunner on punch. He's going to be your franchise quarterback. He's already 30. By the way. It's not like he's this young developmental prospect that has a bunch of raw skills. He does have raw skills. But he's 30. How much better is going to get this point? And you had Teddy Bridgewater last season. You must not have thought of him enough to even have and be your number two quarterback. You give him a third round pick by the way for Teddy Bridgewater. You did that. And then this year, Jamis Winston hits the open market. You go out and sign him. Drew Brees last year gets hurt. Who goes in Teddy Bridgewater? Not Taysom Hill this year, Drew Brees gets hurt. Who goes in Jamis? Winston? Not Taysom Hill. So up to this day, nothing about the Saints actions have told me that they truly believe Taysom Hill is going to one day be their starting quarterback. Their words have said it but their actions have not. But today we finally have a change there that they're not going with. Jamis Winston. They're going with Taysom Hill. Here's why To

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Is Drew Brees  no longer the elite quarterback of the past

Around the NFL

03:31 min | 2 months ago

Is Drew Brees no longer the elite quarterback of the past

"Think it's time to sound the alarms on drew brees who was uncharacteristically erratic with his accuracy yesterday on top of of the week one game where he couldn't move the ball it's definitely too bad back to back weeks for drew brees. But I think this week them not having Michael Thomas out there I mean Alvin Kamara he's still look good but obviously, they need more than just him. He can't just be the Alvin Kamara show out there. So drew brees I. Think. Yeah. You have to be a little concerned at this that we're not seeing what we should be seeing out of him because Derek Carr put up the numbers that drew brees should have last night. It's another game where you know you look at breeze his average depth target is just over five yards, the vast majority, and this was obviously true with Michael Thomas to the vast majority of yardage that he's gaining is coming after the catch it's a different type of quarterback that they have to play around. Like Luke are my son, it became a saints fan a year ago, and my concern was like, well, you kind of jumped on this one a little late in the game had you been born earlier that might have been more profitable for you but he asked last night like is drew brees look so sad and I thought like like on a micro right like on a micro level it's because you're losing to the raiders on Monday night football and you're frustrated but like on a Matra level like the something in the is a breeze. Through me down the stretch like you can kind of get in the is well, you've seen this with Peyton manning to like in that last year and. First of all small sample size. Let's see what happens the true breeze but there are concerning distressing signals out there were seen it on the field and I thought that there was a look in the eyes of drew brees last night that sort of new something's changed here. It's not the end, but something's changed and heap maybe shares a little bit of the concern that we share because he had. You did and he. Does face. It makes me think about retirement. Remember he almost consider retirement. And players always say like once you think about it you're you're already you're already there. What did you see colleen last night? No. The same thing that's US did there was one shot in particular of through breezes face that he just you could see it was written all over his face. It was just pure dejection I. Guess to like He. He looked so sad in the moment time for that Viking funeral just put him on the wooden rafts now and push them out into the Gulf of Mexico start firing those arrows Taylor swift. They've got Winston. I Love Patras tweet where he said, we're like four weeks away from breeze coming down with a mysterious injury and Winston getting a little bit of a test drive. I mean listen that would be wild and I. Think our boy that boy wolf the number one saints fan on. Twitter pointed out that Winston had killer training camp, and and you know we also have, of course chastened Tatum Hill the twenty one, million dollar man who really has not been involved the offense too much through two weeks. Sean Payton is a guy that is if they continue to struggle you imagine it's going to be hard for him not to think about mixing things up or perhaps making a big change, but it still thinks I still feels a little premature especially the Michael Thomas. Out. Emmanuel Sanders had had a bad game yesterday. He's obviously not his straight he's in the. Chakwal Smith. IS THEIR NUMBER ONE RECEIVER So a lot of the states have a lot of work to do both in strategy and play and discipline. And now they got the packers. So that's going to be a games. Look forward to

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Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

"Have now been handed out over unmasked NFL coaches. The NFL can't mask its displeasure with head coach is not where In a face mask on the sidelines. Associated Press reports. Three coaches of their teams have been fight for violating the league's rule that they were face coverings during games. They include Denver's Vic Fangio, San Francisco's Kyle Shanahan and Seattle's Pete Carroll. More fines could be coming since Patriots coach Bill Belichick and both coaches in Monday night's game. Jon Gruden of the Raiders and Sean Payton of the Saints were also mask lists. Jim Krystle, a CBS News

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NFL issues $1 million in fines after coaches don't wear masks

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

NFL issues $1 million in fines after coaches don't wear masks

"Air getting hit in the wallet because they did not wear a mask on the sideline. NFL made it clear after the first weekend of its season. Everyone on the sidelines during games needs to wear protective masks Sunday, several NFL head coaches were unmasked, and now they're going to pay as well head coaches from both teams in last night's game, the Raiders Jon Gruden and Saint Sean Payton. The others. The Seahawks Pete Carroll, Kyle Shanahan of the 40 Niners and Broncos coach Vic Fangio. Bill Bella checking. The Patriots could also get fined, Gruden said. I've had the virus. I'm doing my best. I'm very sensitive about it. I apologize. Jared Max Fox News pilot, least three of those coaches not wearing mask fined $100,000 by the NFL here in Charlotte, police say two

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Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces

"That are acceptable finds have been handed out over unmasked NFL coaches here. CBS's Jim Crow Zula, the NFL can't mask its displeasure with head coach is not wearing a face mask on the sidelines. The Associated Press reports. Three coaches of their teams have been fight for violating the league's rule that they were face coverings during games. They include Denver's Vic Fangio, San Francisco's Kyle Shanahan and Seattle's Pete Carroll. More fines could be coming since Patriots coach Bill Belichick and both coaches in Monday night's game. Jon Gruden of the Raiders and Sean Payton of the Saints were

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Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has coronavirus

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has coronavirus

"The Corona virus pandemic sweeping the nation has hit the epicenter of the Philadelphia Eagles. CBS's Matt Piper explains head coach Doug Peterson informed his team He has tested positive for covert 19. He shared the news with the team Sunday night after a second positive test confirmed that he had it. One other staff member who was in close contact with Peterson was also sent home. Peterson is the second NFL head coach to test positive for the Corona virus. Following New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton, who contracted the virus in the spring. Peterson is the first to test positive

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Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has coronavirus

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has coronavirus

"Coach Doug Peterson informed his team He has tested positive for covert 19. He shared the news with the team Sunday night after a second positive test confirmed that he had it One other staff member who was in close contact with Peterson was also sent home. Peterson is the second NFL head coach to test positive for the Corona virus. Following New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton, who contracted the virus in the spring. Peterson is the first to test positive in

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Philadelphia Eagles head coach tests positive for coronavirus

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Eagles head coach tests positive for coronavirus

"The virus pandemic sweeping the country has hit the epicenter of the Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Peterson inform his team He has tested positive for Koba, 19 1 other staff member who was in close contact with him, was also sent home. Peterson is the second NFL head coach to test positive following New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton. That Piper CBS

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Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has coronavirus

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has coronavirus

"Park. Philadelphia Eagles officials confirm on Sunday head coach Doug Peterson has tested positive for the Corona virus. Peterson becomes the second NFL head coach to contract the virus. But New Orleans think Sean Payton tested positive for the Corona virus

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Chicago - North Central College Quarterback Broc Rutter Jumping From Division III To NFL

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

02:00 min | 7 months ago

Chicago - North Central College Quarterback Broc Rutter Jumping From Division III To NFL

"Separate sports September the raptors back this can't be a Niners are making some moves what you make of well pretty good they sign nine undrafted free agents including Chris Frank five nine hundred eighty five pound wide receiver at or Notre Dame and here's a guy I think everybody's gonna like quarterback Broc Rutter out of north central college in Naperville Illinois runner set the division three record for career passing yards at north central and this past season led the north central cardinals to the division three championship completing seventy one percent of his passes for four thousand five hundred ninety one yards and fifty six TV's he won the Galardi trophy division three's a quibble at of the Heisman the twenty three year old is pumped up to be added to the forty Niners it's a great city great organization then and some of the best coaches under there just so great to have a great track record with undrafted free agents and so on that opportunity came I didn't even think about any other options runner on NBC sports Chicago he's from Naperville severed a suburb of Chicago he's well aware of Jimmy Garoppolo's career arc Jimmy G. grew up about thirty miles from Naperville in Arlington Heights inflated eastern Illinois cool that to another guy this Bourbon geyser I'm in San Francisco point on the same to yourself and I just can't wait to get there and learn from him and and learn how he does things yeah and boy there are a lot of great cornerbacks in that neck of the woods runners head coach in north central was Jeff Thorne who like Jimmy Garoppolo's played QB at eastern Illinois the cornerbacks with the most passing yards in eastern Illinois history our garage below saints head coach Sean Payton former cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and Jeff Thorne and now rodder comes from Naperville and north central and he sets the division three all time career passing record for yards man I don't know what they're doing back there but there's a pretty good

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New Orleans Saints agree to terms with QB Winston on one-year contract

Around the NFL

02:09 min | 7 months ago

New Orleans Saints agree to terms with QB Winston on one-year contract

"Yahoo Sports is Charles. Charles Robinson reports at Norrland's is finalizing a one year deal with Winston. The former buck coming off a five thousand one hundred nine yards season thirty plus touchdowns three interceptions and immediately eyebrows. Raised the idea that Winston would stay in the division. Go to the Saints. Backup drew brees. He enters the mix with Tatum Hill. Who IS SUPPOSED TO BE? And maybe still is the heir apparent To breeze so it just leads to a lot of unsolved mysteries in its own right greg your thoughts when you heard the news that Winston may be and quite possibly is headed to the saints I I wasn't shocked because I I what I did. This hashtag setup into your own comet with a big way. Why why you made your Greg sounding you often. I got it. I wasn't gonNA say anything but then mark reacted to it and I can't help myself but go ahead. I did this Saints Twitter Pot. Podcast just knew that way wolf as podcasts. Him into my buddy Adam and they were saying they were hearing. This was going to happen before the draft so they got sources on the inside and and they ended up being proven right and it makes all the sense in the world of your Jameis Winston and makes sense of. You're the saints too. I think you get a chance to get Jameis. Winston in the building for a year probably drew brees his last year. We haven't heard any financial terms the Jameis Winston deal you know was reported on before the Taste Hill extension Came out and the money that was involved. That extension came out. Part of me does wonder. Is this deal for absolute sure does did Winston know about that before he he came determines but either way he? He should do the deal. Because if he can somehow impress Sean Payton or if he can end up getting in the lineup and being as backup like Teddy Bridgewater What better place to possibly learn because damis Winstons still has a lot to learn but he also has a lot of talent a guy that throws for five thousand yards can do things in the NFL and like there's no better place to learn. Other than to undo. Breezy and Sean Payton.

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New Orleans Saints to Sign Quarterback Jameis Winston

Kristian Garic Its Just Sports

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

New Orleans Saints to Sign Quarterback Jameis Winston

"Janus Winston yes or no happy about that or not he reportedly close to a deal with the saints for a one year contract to bring the former number one overall pick to New Orleans to be a backup quarterback I've already give you my all my thoughts on a quarterback on on Davis Winston some of you see the way I do some of you don't and that's okay and some of those that believe that he's not the right fit I'll never be able to convince you of that I never will you'll you'll stay firm and that's okay too you'll stay farm even if this is not that not a good decision I think Sean Payton and Mickey Loomis know what they're doing I'm not at all worried about him being a negative influence in the locker room I'm not at all worried about the idea that he's he's just going to be poison not a chance

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"The New Orleans Saints have cancelled their offseason program because of the ongoing corona virus pandemic and inform players they will not be required to report the club headquarters until training camp whenever that may be saints general manager Mickey Loomis said coach Sean Payton notified players of the decision on Wednesday adding that the club will remain in regular communication with players between now and the start of camp Loomis added that the team would still conduct various meetings with players online but would not use virtual drills to conduct anything that would require physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"The New Orleans Saints have cancelled their offseason program because of the ongoing corona virus pandemic and inform players they will not be required to report the club headquarters until training camp whenever that may be saints general manager Mickey Loomis said coach Sean Payton notified players of the decision on Wednesday adding that the club will remain in regular communication with players between now and the start of camp Loomis added that the team would still conduct various meetings with players online but would not use virtual drills to conduct anything that would require physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"Ohio the New Orleans state's Saints have cancelled chase their young offseason is expected program to because be the of first the ongoing defensive corona player virus taken pandemic in Thursday's and inform NFL players draft they will not be required the six five to report two the club hundred headquarters sixty until five training pound camp defensive whenever end that projected may be to go to saints Washington general manager Mickey with the number Loomis two said pick coach Sean Payton his notified Buckeye players teammate of the decision Jeff Okuda on Wednesday considered adding the top that the club cornerback will remain in regular could go communication as high as three with players between Auburn's now and Derek the start of brown camp is the highest Loomis added rated defensive that the team linemen would still conduct various and Isaiah meetings Simmons with players from online Clemson but would graded not use tops virtual among drills linebackers to conduct anything I'm mark that would require Myers physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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Sean Payton informs New Orleans Saints no offseason program this spring

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02:34 min | 8 months ago

Sean Payton informs New Orleans Saints no offseason program this spring

"Sean Payton told players Wednesday will they will not have any type of offseason program this spring virtual or otherwise is the quote from Peyton. Take care of your families your health and be ready this summer completely wipes it out. He had A. He had a tweet with A. I believe it's a game of thrones ref of kind of mocking the setup of whether virtual meetings are like with all the players and coaching staff. I wonder if this GONNA be pains and influential Guy A domino or a lot of teams are like the stupid. Like I know what we're trying to do here and stay in touch with the players and start installing layer of what the twenty twenty game plan is but maybe we're better off just clearing the decks and waiting for everything to settle. I would add that there that does need to go through some channels in terms of the the league in the NFL. Pa and how they want that stuff to be handled on that came from our newsroom on some level. But secondly that. That's that's maybe more of a luxury for a team like the Saints. Where the coach? The quarterback in many of the players are embedded in know each other. Well that's not a luxury. A first year coach Matt Rules Approach things that way I can guarantee you wondered what rule does rule or any of these first year. Coach is really think a lot's going to be accomplished in this. I guess dating with players you've never met. I would think it would. You'd want to establish some I D of WHO? You are as a coach with as many players as you could. That would be my approach if I were first year coach. I was stunned to see this. Because you just don't see. Nfl coaches give up control like that that they're saying okay we could be. We could have you two hours a day for a month and a half. But we're going to say no we we're going to trust you to show up to camp and you just don't see them giving up control and this is a different time. Obviously I think New Orleans is one the hardest hit cities too. I think maybe that's a factor because a lot of the players live around there Sean. Payton had corona virus. Or maybe it's hitting him a little. There's a lot going on and to your point markets a veteran team. So it's not the same but I I can't remember coaches doing anything like this. I I'd be. I'd be Kinda surprising. Other teams took the approach. I mean he's not doing this if he thought it would hurt the team. You must not think they're you know something. Here's the next move though you do that. You say that. Then you create a trend around the league or other saying you know what the Saints Are. Smart. We're going to do the same thing. Then the saints secretly are meeting for two hours a day and they are getting that little bit of same said. That's good that's like two point three mark little a new pink pony operation. Perhaps in a way maybe

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Los Angeles Rams' Allen 1st NFL player to reveal positive COVID-19 test

Pat Walsh

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Los Angeles Rams' Allen 1st NFL player to reveal positive COVID-19 test

"Rams Brian Allen becomes the first player to test positive for coronavirus he's there center I heard Jay Glazer's report Allen the first publicly known and if a player with a confirmed case of coronavirus New Orleans saints head coach Sean Payton was a versatile person in the NFL to test positive P. gray R. percolator Allen says that that the Allen she's made a purchase deposit code ninety three weeks ago did so again early last week first loss of sense of taste and smell to the point we could not even smell ammonia smelling salts Allen then came down with flu like symptoms he's played two years with the LA

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"sean payton" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

08:17 min | 8 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Newton strategy during free agency and Sean Payton seemingly announcing this will be a victory lap final victory lap for drew brees as a quarterback in the. Nfl We'll talk about that but we're going to be again today. I'M GONNA try to unpack a documentary series that aired last night on HBO About Corruption Associated With NCWA mandated. Amateurism and Dan Wetzel from Yahoo Sports. Dan Wetzel the best sports writer working. Today he's going to join us in the next segment as we try to break this down further in the show but I want to begin by unpacking the story. Marcellus because again. I don't think a lot of people got a chance to see the documentary last night but it is a very powerful documentary. It is a very interesting documentary. I think it says a lot about the NCWA and issue that I'm passionate about NC double A. Amateurism and so. Let me take a few minutes to unpack. What happened last night? Put it in some context and then Marcellus and I will have a great conversation with Dan Wetzel about it. It was a two hour documentary that aired on Hbo last night and is streaming now on HBO. Go it's called the scheme. It focuses in on these so-called Adidas Investigation and trials that took place in two thousand seventeen eighteen and nineteen that allegedly was born to up in all of college. Basketball College. Basketball was supposed to be shaken by. Its core by this investigation. If you remember state prosecutors in New York charged tim men including a handful of high ranking college basketball assistant coaches with defrauding universities by accepting bribes to steer players to the sports agency Lloyd Management. If you've been watching this show I was a critic of this pro. I didn't like it in real time because I thought it targeted the absolute wrong people. I thought that it was making criminals of people who allegedly were giving casts players and families and who allegedly were doing something so unethical worthy of making them a felon. I didn't like it in real time. And was a critic of the probe in two thousand seventeen eighteen and nineteen when convictions came in the government's case was built on a sting operation the FBI executed on a twenty something up and coming agent by the name of Christian. Doctrines dolphins have built relationships with a wide range of college coaches including most prominently Arizona. Shawn Miller Movables Rick Pitino. Lsu's will way. They took the brunt of the criticism and were thrown in the headlines during this investigation the FBI pro was supposed to change the face of college basketball. What DID WOUND UP? Doing is turning a handful of mostly black assistant basketball coaches in the felons and ruining their lives. I want you guys to look at these pictures. Collage. We're showing you right now. That's who got convicted of felonies for allegedly accepting bribes during this college basketball thing and and again I want you to not just on the black assistance and that is what bothered me and triggered me but also there's a white guy photo showing these photos named Jim Gadoe. He worked for Adidas. I said in real time when this was going on Jim gadoe was thrown in and targeted to cover up the fact that they were actually targeting a bunch of black assistant coaches and they didn't WanNa look racist too late through Jim Galloway and from Adidas and Put a felony on him. This whole thing was preposterous from the very beginning. The scheme documentary intentionally exposes the fraudulent of the government's case and NCW amateurism and unintentionally exposed the Naievty and stupidity of Christian doctrines. This game is told from dolphins. Point of view. Dog Is Momma his daddy his lawyer. Steve Haynie and y'all Dan Wetzel. The scheme should be called in my view. A. G. E. AIDS ambition greed and ego those three qualities ambition greed in Eagle in my view. Explain Christian Dawkins. The dock ended with Kristin Dawkins mom reading a letter. Her son wrote as a teenager comparing himself to God. Martin Luther King Junior Steve Jobs Jay Z and a bunch. Other people take a listen for yourself and start off. I'm great. I have a special gift from God. He's so crazy. I know this to be factual information. It is rare for someone to be as as me at my age. I have a gift that truly great ones have. I am in a class of people like Gandhi Barack Obama Jazzy Martin. Luther King Tiger Woods Dick Clark. Michael Jackson Steve Jobs Bill Gates etc revolutionary people in their fields. I'm GonNa Chase my dreams. Twenty four seven every day throughout the documentary dolphins kept referring to others as idiots but it was dolphins whose first attempt to become an agent end with him getting in trouble for misusing players credit card for fifty thousand dollars worth of override. That was on dog. His next attempt to become an agent ended with the Adidas Trial. Trying to start sports a Sports Agency. Kristin Dawkins ran afoul of the law twice before the age of twenty five as quite impressive especially when you consider the Adidas trial and the FBI investigation were set off with another man. Mardi bells earlier was looking for a useful eighty to get him out of trouble for stealing a bunch of money. A bunch of money from a bunch of innocent victims blazer identified Dawkins as the useful. Adp WHO can set him free. The steam explains the documentary. Explains the Blazer not the FBI or the state? Prosecutors in New York Blazer came up with a scheme to lure Dawkins into bribing college basketball coaches and calling it a crime being Dita's trial and the FBI program driven were driven by a common criminal looking to game to get away with his latest crime by a government not by government not by state prosecutors trying to do the right thing. A common criminal set all this into motion. No-one dislikes the NCW. Amateurism fraught. More than I do. But to me Kristin Dawkins was given a record company deal and this one sided documentary this supposed to enhance his them as a payoff for refusing to take a plea agreement and refuses big-name College coaches. Hbo's skiing was not unlike or was a lot like the tiger king the net flicks documentary this popular right now. You couldn't find any good people on Camera. You could no one involved in this documentary set themselves up as a good person or a hero. Ncwa amateurism creates frauds inlets and caters to people driven by ambition greed and ego. I I've set the table..

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Could Brandin Cooks be traded for fourth time in six-year career?

Mut at Night

06:33 min | 8 months ago

Could Brandin Cooks be traded for fourth time in six-year career?

"Brandon cooks had a tweet that just said Freeman yes that was on Friday and when you read that there's two things that come to mind one is okay he's talking about the corona virus in Africa wants to just go back to living their normal life and not trapped inside their house order the sportsman and I says free may he's upset with the Los Angeles rams and he wants a trade out of LA you look at the contract the branding cooks he's under contract through the twenty twenty three season has a cap hit of sixteen sixteen seventeen and seventeen million dollars across the board the dead cap this year for Brandin cooks is twenty nine point eight million and then following that in the next three years thirteen eighteen and three million of the number is an approximation he's still twenty six years old and at one time was viewed as a very promising up and coming wide receiver and I still think you can have a good career you know you look at what he was able to do from early on in his saints career shoot the twenty eighteen season with the rams you go through the stats twenty fourteen fifty three receptions five hundred and fifty yards three touchdowns twenty fifteen eighty four receptions over eleven hundred yards nine touchdowns that had that monster monster twenty sixteen where he catches almost eighty football's goes for one thousand one hundred seventy three yards and then a touch it's really had to back to back killer seasons with eighty four you know the two months years in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen he gets dealt the patriots and he goes sixty five receptions just over a thousand yards seven touchdowns how to touch down early on against the Texans was a big moment he had I'm in the playoffs he got knocked out in the Superbowl Malcolm Jenkins sent the matter game and the patriots after one year that one can get a contract extension so they traded to the rams and they ended up getting a first round pick back again for something to get a first round pick back for him so he goes to the rams twenty eighteen eighty receptions twelve hundred yards five touchdowns good year and last year only forty two receptions five hundred eighty three yards and two touchdowns so this is that was an off year for Brandin cooks now he only played in fourteen games but you know still it was an off year so you start to wonder is Brandon cooks going to get traded because of just the situation the ram Charan it is got rid of Todd Gurley defensively they say they're already locked up Barron Donald you're gonna have to sign Jaylen Ramsey to a long term extension you would think you also have money tied up in a lot of money tied up clearly to Jared Goff I don't think it's a great quarterback but he's getting paid as if he's a great quarterback and you saw that offense who this past year yes the the rams were a different team but you look at their wide receiving options do you really need Brandin cooks that office when you have Cooper Kupp having a very good season last year catching almost a hundred footballs and going over eleven hundred yards yeah Robert woods last year not the thousand you know thousand yard season caught ninety footballs so can you survive without Brandin cooks and get something back to help your football team what what's first do this what you will get the contracts Robert woods and Cooper Kupp Robert woods is a free agent at the end of the twenty twenty one season so for the next two years you're a robber was that a good number base salary this upcoming year it's five million in twenty twenty one at seven point five million capita they point one and a cap of nine point one so that's a good number and then when you get to Cooper Kupp can you take a look at his contract situation with the with the rams that's a contract situation where Cooper Kupp let's see where his deal is that he's a free agent at the end of the season so he is on a two million dollars and change contract so if you are the branches anything you have Robert woods who's twenty seven right now maybe he gets it probably does get another contract with that team and then you have Cooper Kupp who's twenty six read the codes are still very young yeah he's twenty six as well what do you do if you're gonna pay if you intend to pay Cup and also woods are you gonna put a lot of big money with three wide receivers so I think there's a good chance the Brandin cooks does get traded or the ram say you know what we believe are more like the football team two years ago not the team last year so we're gonna keep what we have and we're going to run it back brandy cooks for someone who's so talented and someone that has done a very nice job in his career so far what we've seen him go from playing with drew Brees and Sean Payton then go flying with Brady and Bella Jack and now playing with golf and the bay well those are not the key pad stops you get to all BAME coaches and to all fame quarterbacks golf one of seeing what he's going to be able to do in Sean McVay's is greatly respected around the league so the branding cooks tweet Hey C. Cooper cops jump on it and and clarify he's talking about the quarantine hi it's it's just amazing and it never surprised anymore on social media where if that were his intentions you never know but if those are his intentions how people now I think he could be traded but when you think about it with what they may need to do in the future or Cooper Kupp and Robert woods at the Brandon cooks experiment in the in the rams you know you could say could be short lived with your canoeing on that was really short lived he could be on the move once

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"sean payton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:51 min | 9 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Has a lot to play with they can delay free agency Sean Payton head coach of the saints thanks free agency will be delayed they couldn't trust her schedule anyway they want to as I mentioned last hour they could do that draft in June NFL pro days have been canceled because of the corona virus outbreak coming these are just the real headlines in sports the only active sports the only non today I think some horse racing was run without the fans hello there a B. believe by submission as I look at CBSSports dot com UFC did it without fans she was in Monterey soccer you can watch live at CBSSports dot com and get live updates on the headlines in between all the other headlines outside of Patino when is Horowitz said I agree what a great news dump to announce Patino bag in the college coaching ranks at Iona because a corona virus yeah when does the corona virus sports impact headline stop I don't think they will until the sports return I don't because we'll go through this new cycle of what could have been in selection Sunday was supposed to happen later tonight on the east coast about three hours away on the west coast in terms of becoming Sunday not happening CBS sportsline did do a bracket ceded the teams are based on projections probably Jerry palm help them out bacteriologist at CBSSports dot com ran it ten thousand times on a computer simulator and Dayton date the one that mythical computer national championship on the CBS sports line bracket Tate was your winner pretty good basketball team and I like the story that came out on Friday that the NC double a is thinking about releasing the bracket not not having the tournament but released the brackets so these teams like Dayton possibly Rutgers you know a crate that was projected to be a to see that they can celebrate a great year they can have a copy of that bracket for their media relations people media guide they can put that in their historical references because this spring M. S. last five days historic frightening unprecedented impactful I love the idea of release in the bracket I really do because you know that would give us if they did it Sunday night my thought was when I heard the stories that they should have done you know maybe they not CBS the network but they gonna use CBS sports network the television side and they would have done an hour and they would discuss what the bracket would have been like and we all want to tune in and it would have been a nice break from everything connected to the coronavirus in sports that needs to be discussed please to be talked about needs to be in the updates with Jon Faddis but just release it and let us talk about it on Monday like we normally do on the Monday after selection Sunday at all this team got rob look at the easy path Duke has a all the usual conversation because everything has been so unusual I love the bracket release idea I really do I hope they do it but I don't trust the NC double a all the time to make the right call I just don't I'm pessimistic for a reason because when I look at Rick Pitino coming back to college coaching and I look at the history from the F. B. I. wire taps and Arizona Kansas L. as you go about their business in college hoops I look at Jim Tressel became president of Youngstown state university with Ohio state I had sanctions and I think Trussell had a show called his penalty you could come back to coach buddy give me president of university I I'm not surprised Patino is back in the U. L. B. at Iona for a year or two that's a buffer school he's not going to finish his career at Ionia ahri owner he'll finish at a Big Boy basketball school now I mentioned that CBS sports bracket where they had Dayton Duke Zager in Florida state in the final four in Atlanta good Soghan date during the championship game that was interesting who's in the final eight cancers due date Michigan state Baylor Florida state in San Diego state Gonzaga Sweet Sixteen Gonzaga Oregon BYU San Diego state Baylor Ohio state Maryland Florida state Michigan state Villanova Louisville Dayton Creighton Duke Kentucky and Kansas see the reason you wanna release bracket this was an abnormal year in college basketball we're schools that were known as mid majors could have done some damage in were highly ranked most of the year like Dayton like San Diego state not unlike BYU those going to be one of my sleeper teams they should be honored they should be recognized why not the greatness the Dayton's mid majors have been one of the great storylines in NC double a tournament history how many people agree that the bracket should be seasonal selection committee has all the seasons and summer say well you don't play the tournaments no you just would go back to the end.

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"sean payton" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"sean payton" Discussed on WWL

"Here from Sean Payton at six thirty PM arouses markets coaches show then Monday Night Football between the Seahawks and forty Niners the home of the St LSU and the NFL W. W. well weather in traffic next W. W. well these time real sex nextel is Matt Damon from Ford versus we went about two hundred miles an hour with Mario Andretti what if it was me no we were like three inches away from the wall I could get closer one shell into the three on A. B. C. for then it for NBC fourteenth meteorologist Doug Kammerer here winter will be here before you know it you wanna know how much snow we're going to get or how cold it's going to be today at four PM you'll have those answers during my winter weather forecast it's today at four o'clock on NBC for working for you okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that addition that's the feeling with Capital One renew savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers this is banking Capital One within your supply we comparison based on FDIC national right Capital One N. A. member FDIC W. W. well these time thrill seven get the forecast for tonight and tomorrow from your local weather expert W. W. well TV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin after temperatures today got it at the upper seventies and low eighties were gonna be roughly forty degrees colder during the day tomorrow we'll see a few scattered showers this afternoon and evening into the overnight by early tomorrow break coverage is not gonna be all that great but a little bit of light rain as the colder air moves in may make for a little bit of wintry mix especially far on the north shore right near the Mississippi Louisiana line by early tomorrow morning by late tonight in early in the morning temperatures will be plummeting we're gonna stay in the forties all day on Tuesday of cold raw day with strong winds making it feel more like the thirties we're looking at that first freeze and possibly a hard freeze on the north shore as we dip into the low and mid twenties so pipes will need to be protected north of the lake along with people pets and plants and that is true south of lake as we may even see some frost by wake up time on Wednesday more sunshine is on the way with high temperatures upper forties and low fifties from your weather expert forecast center I'm Deborah Beale TV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin or up to eighty degrees at the airport in Kenner ended Slidell mostly cloudy seventy eight time Japan's of W. W. well first news now W. W. bell traffic from the W. B. O. would you be medical traffic center Josh what else troubling in from the west bank across the connection like congestion coming off the bridge through the C. B. D. if you're headed out to New Orleans east and I ten break down on the right shoulder at Franklin before the high rise no problems after that how to Slidell if you're headed to memory and can on I ten slow down just between.

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"sean payton" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"All right. Welcome back to the rich. Joe normally when he comes on the show, I text them, or we just, you know, we're we're going back and forth. You wanna come on come on? Just the other day, we post show meeting, and like, hey, do you want Sean Payton on the show, like shore course, since he's here on behalf zebra technologies? The official on field player tracking provider out the National Football League and the engine that powers the next gen stats project that coach in the New Orleans Saints, Sean Payton, how you Sean. I'm doing well, rich. I didn't know if it was mayor. But dialed me but good to be on. No. It was me. It was me. Definitely me. How you doing? What? What's what what is lifelike that post draft? I figured let's let's let's go underneath the Sean Payton out here. What's going on with your right now? Yeah. So we pushed our off season program back by week. It we've done that before when we're going into the playoffs or go deep in the class. So our players are in the building now and just lifting and run it. You know, we don't. We don't spend a lot of time in meetings or whatnot. You know, they're coming to the facility really getting their bodies in shape. You know, most of them a lot of them, you know, been training already and in the meanwhile, we're as coaches preparing for the upcoming rookie camp where you know, the draft picks will be in for that camp to the sign free agents after the draft still be in. And then we're also allowed to bring in guys on a three day tryout in. So we just met on the rookie camp that we're having next weekend. There'll be probably around sixty five players here the third of which will be draft draft players. Yeah. Free agents in I I would say two thirds will be on trial basis. Well, it looks like you got yourself a new center with the first overall pick of your draft in the second round out of Texas. Am kid Eric McCoy? Now, it was really nice moment for us in our draft coverage to look in on him when he was a apparently they're on the phone with you or Mickey loom. Finding out that his dream is coming true. He's not only going the NFL. But he's going to snap the football that drew Brees of all people. What was that? Like when you got on the phone with him, Sean..

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"sean payton" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"sean payton" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"I don't know how to answer it. I feel like it's every other year. It's on the odd number years. So twenty nine hundred and it comes up, and then we'll hear it in twenty twenty one. And then he went as far as saying, I've got floored the lease tattoos that can't be erased. I don't know we're. We're Sean has tattoos. I don't wanna know. But. I don't know. I don't buy that. I don't buy that. He's like, oh, I got to sorry. My love for the saints runs. Pretty deep. What's it gonna say? I I really I don't really look into that much. Again. It's always going to be the question. Sean Payton this possible candidate to be the next the Cowboys next head coach to follow Jason Gert. I don't look into that way. I think he's got a pretty good situation there. He's being paid a lot of money. He's had successor. And I think until he gets fired until they decide that they wanna move on. He's going to be there. I don't think you can really just all of a sudden thing I want to be the coach of the Dallas Cowboys now if they pay fifteen million a year, maybe or John. I think he's probably making about what John gruden's make an annually, but the long term contract, which is guaranteed for one hundred million. But the point is I don't know why he would even think about leaving unless they force him out of town. Well, I think I think that but along with that I think you know, until you don't have drew Brees ride that train. You know what I mean? Like right now, you're Sean Payton the New Orleans Saints. You were blown call away from going to the Super Bowl. And I mean, it's not it's not even like, okay, Sean for twenty nine hundred you can either be the coach of the saints. He doesn't have the choice right now. You know what? I mean, like if he openly turned down the opening of the Dallas Cowboys head coaching job. Then I think that would be really fascinating. But you're right. Like, you said it. Well, like, what's he going to say? I mean, you know, like, the tattoo thing is really funny. And that's what kind of caught the headlines, but what is he supposed to say right now like, Sean, what are your thoughts on this job that isn't available right now. You know, I mean until until either. Jason Gerdes a contract extension or somebody else's the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. I think that rumors will exist that he wants that job. I mean they've existed for a long time for a reason. But even if at the live room or they don't comment on anyway. Right. So I don't know how prudent the, you know, the news is. But I think I think it's very entertaining. Think that he's got to fill the question about that. And this fact that he just needs to give the vote of confidence to the fans, I think that's a good way just to to to put the put this news out. Yeah. It's it's some water. And I think it's yeah. Let people run with what what the response also think, Sean. Let's let's get real here. He's saying I've got tattoos that can't be race. Rex Ryan had a tattoo of his wife. When a Mark Sanchez jersey. I mean, you know, he he got that fixed. I think still there all he got it changed. Okay. I thought in my on. Yeah. In the tattoo. She was wearing a Mark Sanchez jersey. And he got the color changed when he became the bills head coach. So the jersey was like Bill definitely changes. But like even then like the tattoos like I mean, I feel silly getting this deep on a tattoo. But I mean, do you can have that saints tattoo forever? You want the freaking Super Bowl? They're like, even if you went and coached a Jaguars at some point in your life. Like what you did in New Orleans is still amazing, and you should still remember it forever..

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"sean payton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"We'll get his take on the all star selections. And if he thinks it's a bad thing to have the draft made public is going to draft guys. Eric Mangini continues to join us. What did you think of how Sean Payton coached in the NFC championship game? Some of the some of the play calling. Did you do you have any negative reaction to it? I thought overall he he did a good job. I thought Wade Phillips nice show of taking away some things that were problem in in the first game. And and he made some adjustments to what they're doing with with KOMO or out of the backfield. They started to push them out of the backfield. You know, the the call we we've all talked about the call over and over again, and I get it. And we've all been frustrated by calls that were either missed or made that affected our lives. But that's that's part of what happened and maybe they'll change the rule. The only concern I have is they had a chance to go win the game. They had kids play defense. Then they got the ball. I just like New England did and overtime. So they had a little bit higher percentage of an opportunity to win the game. And they didn't. And then they had a chance to play defense again. And the Rams kick a fifty seven yard field goal. So you just wonder if that call got everybody's so preoccupied with with that moment that they weren't able to move on to all the other moments that would have given given them opportunity to even have to worry about about the call. Look I've been critical, and I think other people have as well of not running the ball. First second third down to take away the chances for the Rams take away their timeouts. I know they checked out of a run. On first down and even the past which is a pass interference that boat. Wasn't that both onto the inside she'd been during the outside? He here's what I'll say about that is over and over again. We celebrate Coty takes chances. Remember in the Super Bowl kicked in onsite kid. He takes chances. So to criticize the guy for putting the ball in his best players head in drew Brees is hands any critical moment, I have a really hard time with and even if they'd run the ball three times, there's still would've met I think fifty seconds left in the first game. If they don't get a first down you are allowed to get a first down when you're on the football. You are and you're allowed to get stopped and you're allowed to get a penalty. And you're allowed a lot of bad things can happen. But in the first game there are twenty six seconds left in the first half. When the Rams got the ball back and they walked down and kick a field goal. So to say that they couldn't do that in fifty seconds. Well, that's not true. We we saw it happened in the first game. So I just I think it's very easy after the fact that say he should have done this. He should have done. That but he put the ball in his best players hands. He checked out of a bad play into a good play. And look they got a penalty. It should have been a penalty. So to criticize him for that. I I don't feel good about. I don't love the way things were handled after after eight moments fair. Breeze. Hasn't looked the same is have we reached that point with Brees? Or is it a year the attrition of a season? And that's what happens with older players. They wear down at the end of the year like it breathes was not nearly as dynamic end of the year as most people think breeze should be well, this this this offense was was shaped a little bit differently. They had two running backs that we're really effective. And it was it was almost run I approach, and I I didn't see breezes performance later in the year as as a as a decline, I think sometimes the the scheme dictates, you know, more running than than passing, and it may may look a little bit different than what we've expected from that offense. But I don't think it was different because his performance had declined substantially would you consider the Cowboys if you're Payton? Why I I don't know why you hit hit hit reset with a better younger roster..

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"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"So do you believe that being together for thirteen years that you just simply build on stuff to the point that year so much on the same wavelength now that it's almost like he complete each other's sentences. Yeah. It's sometimes that's the case. But I think we both in offensively collectively we always try to go back to the technique of simple routes to begin with. So because oftentimes we'll say, you know, he might be ready for like the fifth level. Calculus class. And yet you get a young player like trae quantities a rookie. It's that happy marriage of what to do with the people and. Listen, I think that. You know that special on my grin last night. And they were interviewing he and Brett farve. I didn't realize Mike it left. Green Bay having only coach Brett first season in half. And then Brett talking about the significance of man, Mike was so instrumental in the two of them. And and then all of a sudden he was gone, and there was multiple coaches then after. I'd never I just thought my comb coach far for eight years, you know. And so it only feels like six or seven years eight years. I say that I really mean that it doesn't feel like it's been as long as it has been in. You know, this this current years exciting, Sean Payton, drew Brees. You guys are going to go down as one of the best coach quarterback combinations in NFL history. And I really appreciate you. Give me some time. Outstanding. Thank you..

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"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"This section of the podcast. I really liked to tell you a little bit about what the meeting was like between drew Brees and Sean Payton in which they go over the game plan, and it's like to John Nashes from Beautiful Mind talking to each other and talking a language that I certainly couldn't understand the same way. I would not have been able to understand John Nash and his mathematical formulas, but what I thought what I thought was was interesting overall and just a little bit of inside football here. During the course of the evening, obviously, there's some sensitive stuff that's being discussed and exactly what they're going to do in the game plan. I thought it was amazing. How free they were with their information. The saints coaches and players, and and I think that one of the reasons is that they're going through this football nomenclature so fast. And it just you know, and they go, and they go, and they go, and it's a language like, they're speaking Flemish, and I just can't understand a damn word. They're saying, but the interesting part of it. I think is and I think the reason why Peyton isn't worried about me leaking anything anybody. I mean is what what would I know when they say snug left Y fly P thirty five stab dog f rail. Everybody got that. And everybody says, yeah. And. And so, but I I don't know what any of those any of those words are symbols or herb reveal mean. So basically, I think there's no need to worry about it. I could hear that all day. But it's like if I was sitting in a room for the first day hearing, some different language, obviously, I'm not gonna have any idea what they're saying. So I found that to be really really interesting. The one thing that will tell you before I get into the breeze part. That was very interesting is that Peyton is. Just this crazy mad scientist when he's thinking of plays to this point. He started thinking he was said he was doodling Thursday night. And he started thinking why do we have to have a quarterback in a formation? Why can't we have a totally empty backfield? No quarterback, no running back. And obviously at some point. There's going to be somebody there to take snap. But why can't we have a totally empty? Backfield where we'll have five ofensive linemen. And what I'm gonna do is. We're gonna have a bunch formation on the right with two wide receivers and our backup quarterback tastes them hill who also plays sort of jack-of-all-trades role form on the left hand side. We're gonna have to wide receivers in drew Brees. And so we're gonna come up to the line of scrimmage and the play clock will be going down twelve eleven ten nine. And I asked him about it. And he said now my goal is for there to be eight Philadelphia Eagles all looking at their their defensive play collars, Malcolm Jenkins. My goal is to have them. All looking at Malcolm Jenkins saying what do we do? Because you know, if you don't have a quarterback are running back back there. What do you do? And so and I said, okay. Well, what do you do? And he goes, well, eventually, either tastes them hill or. Breeze is gonna come back. He's gonna take the snap. And do whatever the design was when that happened tastes them hill was gonna come back, and he was going to take the snap for max the center, and he was going to run around right end. And hopefully run at their target of the day. Sidney Jones a cornerback who they don't think tackles will. So anyway, I thought that was sort of the darndest thing I've ever seen in my life. I'm watching this play. And I am saying somebody forgot to play quarterback there. So that was that was pretty pretty interesting. So let's let me go to the the meeting now between breeze and Peyton that. I thought was so I thought one of the really really interesting parts of it is just the realisation that a coach are smart coach is now. Not an autocratic, man. A smart coach is a bit of a democrat. He's a bit of a collaborative person much more. So than you would think in the days of Lombardy, and and even in the days of Bill Walsh. I once was able to sit in on a week of the Green Bay Packers in it. And I do remember I in the Saturday meeting that Brit farve in Mike Holmgren had. Honglin said, here's the place..

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"sean payton" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"It really is amazing how fragile those moments were, and what a foundation you and drew Brees have been able to build and build upon at the time, Sean Payton. Here on the rich Eisen show knowing it's your first shot at being hce in this league like this, right. Knowing what system you wanted to bring in scheme you wanted to bring. What did you see in breeze that you thought this is my guy? Well, there were two or three traits that you just couldn't. You couldn't ignore smart, tough, accurate bedded, followed him, man all through college, and you knew. That he had the the grit, some of those other essential things that we're going to help him in in his re recovering his rehab. In other words, if he couldn't recover from the shoulder injury, then it's probably likely that no one would have been able to because it was something that there was no precedent relative to the injury he had. It wasn't like, well, he had an ACL. This is the here, the percentages, or he had an ankle or whatever. This was a fully torn rotator cuff shoulder injury for right handed passer, so all those intangibles, but but the athletes ISM, the intelligence and the accuracy. I think we're things that it stood out in. You know that the challenge for us was, you know, recruiting, you know, with the city that was still having you in Chambas. And it's interesting. We had Reggie Bush on yesterday coach where he said that he didn't. He wanted to get a trade to the to the jets and instructed his. And that you were having none of it and told his guy Oranje was as we all know legend in the NFL and the football world, you told him that's not happening. It's what he said. It wasn't quite that. That wasn't quite the language. But it was all happening within a month and we were able to secure drew and move move towards the drafts then with a little bit more freedom with that, pick at number two in hopefully take the best available player in. So as you start getting ready for that process and Reggie fell, that first night fell. I mean, you know, obviously Mario was taken by the Texans. Now we're on the phone with with him and they were making this election and orange his marketing guy. So it's rare that he gets even chance to get on the phone conversation. But if anyone doesn't know Mike Ornstein, he'll find a way to get on the conversation in any number, forget the condescending coach, you know, look, I know you're gonna do great job in this league, but the kid doesn't wanna come and play there. So you need to get this trade to the jets. Worked out. He went on for about five minutes. It's and then quickly we put that to bed..

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"sean payton" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Jimmy was the guy, and he seized total autonomy. He did. He wasn't giving it. He just took it. Thank you. What what they had in Dallas, Jamie, and that young roster begged we to. I might be over here having a different discussion. I might just have one re Boorda cowboy with loaded. Again. I've defended Jerry on this because he did go get Charles Haley. That was Jimmy, that was Jerry, and he did go get Dion. So that was in that one Barry Switzer ship. But I'm gonna say it again. This is back in the early nineties, maybe ninety one the great and light front before did a big profile on Jerry Jones for Vanity Fair in in it. Jerry was quoted as saying, I could coach the, you know what out on this football team. And he still believes believes that with all his heart and soul, that today he could coach the you-know-what out of this football team. He also said the night that he fired Jimmy Johnson, five hundred coaches could coach team and win a championship with it, and he hired the five hundred and I coach on the list Barry Switzer to do that. And he did. Jimmy said, you better start auditioning tonight. This piece, but here's the thanksgiv- and those were q. huge signings, Charles Haley. And the time put that team was built. I got it because Jimi had come from the college level. He tried to recruit a lot of those guys. They ended up being on the Cowboys Ross and they won't load it. Yeah. So at this stage in age of his life, I think just once business as usual, he doesn't wanna turn it upside down and start over with Sean McVay because you'd be hard man or Sean Payton or pay. Can you imagine what the Cowboys would be would a Sean McVay or Sean Payton with their creativity and that offense, oh failures. It would there be some clashing going on behind closed doors? Yep, Debbie, a law. Jerry doesn't want that. And Jason guarantee will clash nothing. He's sitting there making three, three and a half million dollars clamp. Let Let me me lap. lap. Skip. I love beta, but somebody paid me three being to go clap. I gotta do shocked. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Over here all the team when I watched him now, it's the only thing I looked at. You've kind of ruined it for me to see this and him chewing gum. That's all I look for. So you going to tell you go, you wanna challenge, get it wrong and get. I can't tell like when you're happy with the Cowboys or. Oh, I'm getting a little desperate over here. Could I not? I know what you would be on Monday morning. See, I still got back Zeke. We'll see. We'll see. I still got the Shaw. Okay. All right. Abia to get that buzzer four Monday. Okay. Well, Tom Brady be out for revenge tomorrow night against the. There we'll discuss. There are tons of storylines for that game tomorrow night. The patriots and colts will meet with the first time since the twenty fourteen AFC championship game also known as the deflate gate game that led to Tom Brady suspension. Josh mcdaniels will face the colts for the first time since he rejected their head coaching offer back in February, and you might remember colds GM, Chris Ballard. Then giving his famous quote, take.

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"sean payton" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"All right my hot seat i have to the first is us so we have sean payton coming up the minute we walked out of the facility with sean payton the news broke that mark ingram has a four fourgame suspension for pd's that is now like the sixth time that's kind of happened to us so i i wrote down a few of them we had actually money day blake griffin's interview stan van gundy got fired right away we had alex smith signed his contract about four hours after we did his interview teddy bridgewater when we is everyone puked john cena broke up his marriage so that's bad one what else we have a more right we had callow in trouble john young favorite casts yep so we we've got lunch show before the tweets that's bad we we're in bad run right now that's not great we'd like to beth chris for podcast chris long before he did some live cuck thing yeah before he became a traitor before he did that lib cook thing and he does every other day yeah so that's we're on the hot seat a little bit just be careful if you come get an interview from us it actually adds credit tour bad boy reputation true yeah fact and the other hot seat is tom brady for looking like stall like that guy does not know fashion you just don't know fash okay his face he's wearing makeup he also had his it looked like fingernails painted part of the.

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"sean payton" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"All right my hot seat i have to the first is us so we have sean payton coming up the minute we walked out of the facility with sean payton the news broke that mark ingram has a four fourgame suspension for pd's that is now like the sixth time that's kind of happened to us so i i wrote down a few of them we had actually money day blake griffin's interview stan van gundy got fired right away we had alex smith signed his contract about four hours after we did his interview teddy bridgewater when we is everyone puked john cena broke up his marriage so that's bad one what else we have a more right we had callow in trouble john young favorite casts yep so we we've got lunch show before the tweets that's bad we we're in bad run right now that's not great we'd like to beth chris for podcast chris long before he did some live cuck thing yeah before he became a traitor before he did that lib cook thing and he does every other day yeah so that's we're on the hot seat a little bit just be careful if you come get an interview from us it actually adds credit tour bad boy reputation true yeah fact and the other hot seat is tom brady for looking like stall like that guy does not know fashion you just don't know fash okay his face he's wearing makeup he also had his it looked like fingernails painted part of the.

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"sean payton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"End of this season that they would bring in coached the team is i don't definitely don't get any better for this team and there's a long time giant fan i mean steve i'm a giant fencing type is in issues i've seen some bad season but this is like offbreak in job just kind of carry sister you know who do you think they bring it because they can't cheat him keeping mac and do all reach and my comment to you steve is i'm listening to you for many many years and i think you're the best of what you go and i speak for myself you millions of fans i say to you steve your bigger than us deal have a good enough and i appreciate the godfather of reds version or whatever it is i'm good add please and eggs diamond call let me know exactly what it is so i could do it again but the bottom line is that you know that's a tough question be a you know they would love to have out of sean payton if they could ghettos sean payton you know who you hear the names out of college whether it be hard bog coming back to the nfl whether it be annex sabin coming but why should they take of bakaa the gun to the new york football giants i mean you could go it could be an assistant somewhere well that's what we god a with makhadov so i hope by edgar whoever they do higher after the bed makhadov on that if somebody who can exercise his discipline with some consistency whether it has to do with a wide receiver or whether it asked to do with the corner or whether it has to do with a safety that dad that may be a god forbid you get a head coach who the team gives maximum effort maximum passion maximum desire like every week during us sixteen seventeen weeks even all right we'll take a quick break before we get back to.

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"sean payton" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"Brand new i am rappaport stereo podcast a worldwide phenomenon back new orleans saints coach sean payton is with me on the eye rappaport stereo podcast i love defer can gone olovo you know i met him slit up for to his dealings he follows me i follow him super bowl champion i told them i said listen sean paint you're superbowl champion i coach the team of eleven year olds poor flag football championship we have that and common from k fantastic episode of the i am reports stereo podcasts would walling saint coach sean payton come enough now let's go i gotta tell you bought my book okay believe it or not the holidays are just around the corner mommy's plenty of parties gibson spending it also means there's lots of football basketball and hockey games and you can score big on them every single day man up and play like the pros on game day go to my book now my book he got a g you can play the money lined slide or total my bookie is your hook up for all your bedding and they offer superfast payouts when you win where you bet is just as important as who your betting on if you wanna make money betting on the games you gotta go to my book he died a g did the only site that i recommend the only side i trust them but you have to take the work forward check it out yourself they have odds on every match up in a mobile site that makes wagering on your smartphone abrines it's easy join now in my book he will match your deposit with up to fifty percent bonus of fifty percent bonus use the promo code rappaport r a p a p o r t to activate your offer visit my book bookie got ag today you played you win you get paid visit my book you've got ag now.

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"sean payton" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on WWL

"And then when you commit zero turnovers you've done it now three games in a row the seitz a thirty three and four underage sean payton and then they've also added this though the land you up to a 3 interceptions when they've had that in a game the event twelve no so and i just look at like taken the ball away spores the turnovers scoring defense and it protecting the football the safes that not only been great they've been dominant since two thousand six so i know short makes the team aware of that yeah and you know what body i think every coach make his team aware of that and i think i think if you look at it at a majority of the teams in the nfl or maybe even in college football i don't know but in the nfl you you could pull up similar statistic men have similar result that the safe what we think happened during the course of the game take away giveaway is is huge huge and normally when i look at the stats of a team that's the first thing outlook at because i think that if you're on the plus side by whatever you know you're going to you're going to win most of the time all the time no there's been times when you're going to have your cake away in your opponent you're still going when the game but it's it's a very telling statistic and and as far as the outcome of the game and concern to say to i mean they're they're they're they're statistic in that regard are phenomenal and they do that every game they win the super bowl probably but they're probably not going to do it but yeah i agree with you i think it i think it's extreme molly important and you're going to happier you're going to make your team aware of those staffed all the time and you're always going to be get those kind of things but i take every team does the same thing coaches art gum sean payton isn't the only smart coach in the nfl other head coaches cal came to the same thing now coach pay coach bora when i look at the saint so run the pass ratio passed a run take the approaches graders drew brees is less of drew is more and as far as you know what risk are you taking and i thought at the game plan and i.

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"sean payton" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"The plays sarin iran's amardeep i'm already basement housing your season of failure 709 again if you're lucky worship in off your two biggest that asset somewhere else sorry they're gone sean payton who raised tavarez start and if you want a place them where you want place where you are poised manure on to make a case eight five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four cbs stewart kovacs's right drew brees goes the denver were elway again takes a hall of famer approach and forty and turns men to with that defense a super bowl champion i'm already crowned super bowl champion luc about i did it congratulations denver you're going to win the two thousand eighteen last nineteen zero with drew brees his if it's the peyton model might take a couple of years ripe they're doing right of the amlie he no are left and for sean payton how about the colts we already went over yesterday chuck pagon owed not only doesn't know what city he's inner what team he's plane now the niners broad laws of the ramzan la tally would not silicon valley of a gone rather than long since overs date is welcome for in my opinion reasons that have nothing to do with football sean payton is a remarkable remarkable offensive mind a quarterback guy can you imagine sean payton an andrew lock and badly sean payton also creates a good culture runs a steady ship now certainly wouldn't be the worst idea in the world to pare sean was somebody who's willing to draft this thing called defensive players like to be there i got a little job aides amazing wanna super bowl but sean the reset for you probably shouldn't clued of conversation a.

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"sean payton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All of the shelves of the nfl with all new players as long as you believe the fifty 53 that are wearing your helmet are better than the next fifty three i don't know the people have the heart of a top with it and you don't want scab players either been through that as well sean payton got in the league by the way sean payton it was a scab player before he became an nfl coach he was a guy that was that was part of the uh the strike team of in the believers the late eighties whenever the last the one of the last time that they had a a strike he was a um a quarterback that they find on the scrapheap now of course he the brakes accessible nfl coach where i don't want that i would love for the nfl as strong as it is jason to be able had the same labor pieces the nba and major league baseball they're fine it seems like that there is a a a great conversation between the players association and adam silver in the nba the same thing in major league baseball everything seems to be fine in the afl need to have that labor peace and i think that with this um collective bargaining session coming up in a few years this may really defined the goodell era i know that he's concerned about his legacy because everything's gone on what domestic violence and and now all the things that he had to deal with as a commissioner i think that he really wants to be able to dig into his legacy like other commissioners his work it's a positive one burst the negative one could you imagine a lockout under a goodell at just be another the black mark on his resume as a leader in the nfl i also believe in the process we'll find out how passionate the players are about change because they'll have the opportunity to elect someone other than the morris smith before they actually get to the lockout periods so it'll be interesting to see how it plays out coming up next jeff dickerson you usually hear him hanging out well you'll get to hear him up next.

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