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Lawsuit alleges Lakewood K-9 officer, with history of claims, set dog on suspect in custody
"We're waiting to hear comment from the Lakewood Police department. But a Pierce County man has taken into custody by that department and a canine handler is now suing that officer and the Lakewood Police department comes to Romero has more. Only two year old Adrien Simms filed a civil rights lawsuit against Canine Officer James Siler and Lakewood police claiming that Siler said his canine partner rock on him after he'd already surrendered to police. In an incident in 2017 in the suit, Sim says he suffered serious injury from bites to his Arms, leg, torso, neck and stomach after rock attacked him when he was already handcuffed, and he's seeking more than a million dollars in damages. The Seattle Times reports Siler and Liquid police have been sued five times in the last nine years over incidents with police dogs and excessive use of force that were settled out of court.
Steelers’ Perfect Season Comes to an End With Loss to Washington
"Or game tonight. The undefeated steelers hosting the washington. Football team ben. Roethlisberger and alex smith go and head to head. Second quarter all steelers early. James washington to catch the steelers while received some of the best in the business with run out the catch all been has to get the ball in their hands. They know exactly what to do with it. Fourteen nothing pittsburgh. Meanwhile from the comeback player of the year alex smith. That's the last thing we want to see bleeding profusely after being cleared. It's the other leg to quick nap. Critical moment final seconds of the first half of the clock. Ticking down. Alex smith getting sacked on a third-down play. No timeouts left the trying to run the field goal team out but the clock is going to be stopped by the officials and this may have been sneaky from alex smith. this sneaky. good better and move by. Alex realized that he doesn't have any time outs left and if they used the ball in play to probably not going to be able to get the feel law so retards off with the football. They got to stop the clock in the points. Before the you take a look. Ron rivera's yelling everybody's yelling but we're going to show it to you here. Watch alex smith again. Sneaky veteran move the official saying. Give me the ball. Alex smith is saying. I got other ideas. He takes that one himself. They have to look. He's laughing he knows. Exactly what is doing common knows what he's doing and in the end it results in three medical points. Dustin hopkins forty nine yards. It's up it's good. Fourteen three at the have a little momentum shift now oakland drive of the third smith. Watch cam simms. This might have been the biggest play for the washington football team in this game. And don't just take my word for mike. Tomlin talked about this after the game. Felt like he was a real turning point thirty yards on the catch and run a big first down in that would lead to this. How about logan thomas to the one converted quarterback out of college logan thomas with some great hands being able to get down to the one he's really turned into a professional title. They were punching in premier. So fourteen steelers fourth quarter at seventeen ten at smith. It's thomas wide open worldwide. That's a busted covers right there but don't fault the waas to football team alex smith to taking advantage of the miscues by the steelers. So we're all even now the steelers of a fourth and one on the twenty eighth. They're kick chris. Boswell is out the rookie. Matt right is there. And so mike tomlin elects to go for it a throw was to anthony mcfarland his miscue there and the washington football team takes over on downs and that leads to. This happened this catch. This is a big time catch right here by camps and being able to survive the ground one handed grab pressure situation. Can't do it any better than that. That's a big first down later in the drive. Dustin hopkins from forty five away at the first looks. It's going to hook but then it hangs and it's good to washington up twenty two seventeen but mike tomlin had used his timeouts. Well they will going to have plenty of time. But there's no time when this happens a no deflections your the game washington. Football team's defensive line. Being able to get their hands in passing lanes four passes from that group to reaper. For montesquieu it'll be no perfect season. Washington wins
How Kane Simms Co-Founder of VUX World Got Started in Voice
"My first experience with voice. It was in some like early. Twenty seventeen a has. When i i kinda come across alexa. Obviously i knew about siri before that but it never used to work. Didn't understand me. It probably thinks majority as well And so i kind of played around but never really understood. The impact of it are what was actually going on. I just thought it's just the way of control and your phone just media wealth out well and then seen alexa and i thought there was something about it. That was different. Maybe it was because it was a specific device that was purely to be spoken to. Don't know about. I remember seeing it and i remember having thought when i first seen it before realize skills were before i realized what the actual thing was in the first place. I remember thing in. I watched some videos of people talk into it and again the weather on our lawn i thought what would be a. Ms is if you could actually create experiences for this thing. You know like conversation voice based off your experiences up. And and i thought it would almost be like a kind of voice user experience southern and you see where my brain's kind of swirling around with this Interesting and i thought well that must be a thing. And i'm sure that's going to be something so i start going to be able research prod- around the i'm gonna make a podcast on. I'm going to document ma journey through exploring this kind of this technology Saw bartlett eminem. V dot world in june twenty seventeen and had all of these big plans and couldn't find anyone to speak to about him in. The kit was very very kind of like what's going on in the uk. Yeah yeah just tweet. Inland anyone around You could have Maybe oscar jess yeah. I think we're doing something i think. one six nine lobs in germany. Were doing something that point. I think i found their website. Actually and yeah couple of people in in the us. Obviously you know. All kinds of early adopters over there. But i just couldn't. I didn't know what i was searching for. Basically i didn't know what does look for who to do is type. Invoice bought a Ana well you didn't have quite as big conduct search engine presence the puck and you kind of skip voice bought these days of every publication references which which is you know good and softer to the work. You've been doing over the last few years. But yeah i didn't find. I didn't find anything to do with anything back then. And so just sound the idea for. I don't know six months also and regrettably brett. It wasn't voice bought the Found initially it was this week invoice. The patch rival podcast show ever rival. I'm joking i found that and the reason how voice but was because of the voice story of the week. Gotta yeah. Yeah yeah yeah so probably metrics during the acquisition view over there and so i ended up realizing that there was people to speak to connected with broadly. Think account if we connected down on the. I'm not sure. And then i kind of rekindled this idea of casts kicked off regarding some episodes over december launched in january or february was in and go with kind of being gone for two and a half to three years. it's interesting i found is that as i'm learning about this stuff and i stop conduct some skills Say it was basically invulnerable. Because i'm not dave destined does all of that of That kind of plan around. And i realized that there's a whole load of stuff going on that just plays into everything i've done. Basically i used to make music when i was a little bit younger Younger than i am now and so kind of audio production was kind of part of why i used to do when i was a teenager in early twenties on one or two very low budget films and then i kinda went through. A kind of marketing is unique did market in with machen interest for awhile conduct coastal ended up doing user experience design and then consultant around user experience design and freelance ryan on the side and all of a sudden than service design and digital transformation. All the sudden all of these things dot com to join together. You've got the user experience the right in the service design element because i think boys interactions and more like service design than anything else an l. Kinda just come together in a big melting pot and with being kind of kraken on through and we're gonna be minute
Scambusters: Be aware of work-at-home scams
"WSB scam Alert con artist petal work from home schemes in in the the pandemic. pandemic. Naomi Naomi Simms Simms thought thought she'd she'd been been hired hired as as a a contractor contractor threw threw it it a a cab cab company, company, but but a a month month in in no no paycheck paycheck calling calling and and calling calling and and No No one one would would answer answer the the phone phone channel Two action news tracks down the company and discovers its name and address had been hijacked. The Georgia Attorney General Warren Scammers, are preying on people's desperation.
Voice and Podcasts with the Dynamic Duo: Kane Simms and Dustin Coates
"So background if you go back far enough used to. Say I to produce music. But the reality is I was a kid in my bedroom, filling around samples and make some Junes and writing lyrics. So they used think the funds myself as a bit of a wrapper. and. If you look back at some podcast episodes. Complete row. I think a little bit rusty other minute. Did do one for Frank Schneider of speakeasy. and. So He's Best I'LL PHILADELPHIA. So when we introduced him on the podcast did version of the fresh prince of bel-air theme tune with Franck Schneider. So they going to know So of caught a long relationship with audio and woods essentially audio together and important words into it ended up realizing the making music it is not easy to make money from. And etc. Went throughout my career ended up in marketing agencies ended up in user experience design. Consultancy Service designed eventually managing digital service transmission teams and then out freelance writing on the side as also had kept up the right and stuff, and then all of a sudden not come across. I think it was an adver around the launch of Alexa in the UK. Fiddle around with Siri, but it was reuben time in submitting bothered with it. But I see in this advert for Alexa launched in the UK and I was thinking lot seems crazy that I didn't know anything about I. Didn't know you could build for. I. Didn't know that you create anything for it. I didn't have a clue about and just thought when I see now thought wouldn't it be good if you could create something for much and if you could actually design like an old your based conversation, best experience that people could have with this thing and immediately I thought that sounds fantastic and Few monthly God device etc Pierre Around it and I thought to myself I. Think. It'd be good to try and learn really well how these things were technology is what hangs together how the build Sephora and then similar justin really start thinking about how we do that and I thought one of the best ways to learn about an audio I medium will be to create an audio I kind of piece of content, and if I'm going to learn about then a ms well share that with everyone else who might want to learn about it and so that was how the world was the podcast was born. The demand demand name in two thousand, seventeen couldn't find anybody to interview for any kind of cost couldn't come across anyone all just maybe I wasn't right using the the pro search phrases because I didn't i. Didn't quite come across y'all content that's I'm and then eventually in November of twenty seventeen. I realize that the voice book podcasters around and this week in voice podcast was around those thinking what the Hell's going on like I had this idea months ago. What's in a thought? Well, lots of evidence basically the the something that there must be something that most people are confined to speak to that was in the US, convinced that it was going to come to Europe and so that's what was not doing not like research in China in touch with trying to meet people's to flat out recorded a couple of the episodes over Christmas. The first episode might even still be on Youtube. It said, I've got my garland hanging on the the fireplace damning. And then was just about to launch I. Think Miami might have even put one episode out on immediately someone commented on twitter and said, Hey, you know that was really good. But what would be really interesting would be if there was some kind of person around the hard technical knowledge someone that could cause for me I'm astrologist in the design and always been the design of always gaping on the condor like the creative end, the Kinda strategic, figuring out what it is, we should be doing and then managing the team that kind of goes ahead and does it all during the design myself and stuff and then I. It was the on Conan I. Think he said, are you going to get into any technical content? Is that I love to I don't really have the technical background myself. Exactly. That's right. That's exactly that was young. Yeah, and then you've sent a tweet us in. You responded I think it was it was a tweet or you direct message right now I think it was on I think it was a tweet i. Very very rarely on twitter. So if you look at our different social media's canes, the Social Media Social Butterfly me, I can take it or leave it but I just happened to be there is a one day voice conference at Paris a day just happened to be on twitter following along and I saw that and I think I replied I was like Hey let's try I. do it yeah. I don't think literally within the space of. Our can probably seven days later, we recorded an episode episode four or five or something. And that was the beginning we did. We've done ever since and we've kind of as I said, the first six months foucault was doing the podcast and then we got speaking engagements and hosting conferences and events to flat now, and then twenty nineteen start getting involved in workshops training consultancy. We picked up Kanda design development projects, and still like out and then yeah, it's been more of the same of US insights Crazy. So Sir Tippety. Dustin winter. saw. Replied in a super successful podcasting percocet came out of that. People don't realize it took US two years I think two years right canes actually meet in person it wasn't until two last summer I happen to the giving a talk in London and came down. So there's the you X. Trivia for you. To Gain Dustin podcast together to. Not, each. Other. Exactly. Not just poke. We've been working together. You know it's like it's crazy how you know how I don't think we understand people don't really I. Think we take for granted the Internet basically is trying to say you don't realize the power that the house you know imagine being able to create a company with someone who you've never actually met in. Real life and work together, and you know build up that kind of relationship over two years without even an oxygen meeting is i. think is absolutely unbelievable. Crazy. It is amazing. You might think of this time of turn cove. It is all of a sudden working remotely I think more and more that's going to happen right where people are getting super comfortable. Where come outlay you were working with someone in completely different areas will be different times on different countries. All works. Great. So I see that little bit we kind of accelerated the future of work. Unfortunate events that that happened to us.
Brewers lose 6-0 as Reds complete doubleheader sweep
"To a doubleheader sweep over the Brewers at Miller Park in Milwaukee on Thursday night. The Reds Beat the Brewers in game 1621 using three home runs to do it cost. Janos hit one, Jesse Winker belted two of them and then in game to the Reds with six more runs, including a two run shot for May. You Hani Oh Suarez, shutting out the Brewers Wade Miley was backed up by Lucas Simms and Rice L. Iglesias to finish off the shutout effort. Reds and
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"Anchor is hosting large number of pirated podcasts from other publishes. Today thirty percent of all the pod track talk twenty podcasts currently being pirated on anchor according to our searches the new podcast from the New York Times and cereal. Nice. White parents has a further five pirated copies hosted on anchor using the original artwork. None of those plays will be credited back to the original owner and ads will not earn the publishers revenue. You'll find more details in our show notes and newsletter today. PODCAST host Lipson has published some positive news if Larry Fantasy chief operating officer. We continue to report growing revenue numbers and profitable results in the second quarter during a period that was certainly very different than expected. The company posted good news total podcasting revenue up by ten point six percents in the second quarter. Laura Simms has been promoted to see. Oh and the company. Now how seventy four thousand PODCASTS podcast those transistors launched an API for developers. Captivate has addy Ghana as a destination. They claim it's India's number one audio platform and link with Paul Corn in their new resources sanction I'm on their advisory board. Booth Eight podcast studio based in Adelaide in South Australia has moved to larger premises and filmed the building process of their new studios willing to that from our show notes newsletter today, and also a link to house spotify revolutionized podcast discovery. It's an in depth look spotify is user experience comparing it to apple podcasts. Always have unveiled a set of new features to make podcast. -tising buying better they say including brand safety contextual targeting and add sequencing on awards hosted. The true crime podcast reveal snowball is to leave his day job as content director of Australian radio station triple. J He's to focus among other things on television drama series inspired by the podcast and Impalas News Sir. This is a Wendy's podcast. It's a new podcast from Wendy's US fast food retailer to bit of a weird listen it appears to consist of a sponsor message funded by the same offer read slightly differently. At the late seventies, early eighties, band talking heads. This must be talking heads is an album by album exploration on their work hosted by Rodney Gordon and. Fan of the seventies, early eighties, bands, talking heads, you talking talking heads to my talking heads is an album by album exploration of that work hosted by Comedians Adam Scott, and Scott or common, and
"Hop right in. We're also going to be joined by Christopher Smith Bryant, who was on our LGBTQ. Ooh! Ah Gamer episode but the Sims This thiss was my this wass. Like the infection come to live. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Live out their fantasies 0 1000 1000%. What? Like When was your first memory of when you got your hands on a game, so I don't know. I've played every single iteration of this game since the 1st 1 So I played 123 And now for I was literally playing it last night. So I came out and I think the first came out in 2000 so I would have been like Our team again. Okay? Yeah, But before that, I played some city and they played like other simulation kind of games like rollercoaster tycoon and totally roller. Yeah, and I still play Planet coaster, which is like the big brother of But I really like those kind of games because I'm terrible. Anything that involves, like combat or any kind of like, Oh, yeah, Totally. I'm so bad at those. So I always really liked the kind of like simulation games that air chill and you can just like, hang out, so I definitely remember. Being the 1st 1 and spending way too much time just building my house and then not even really playing. Just just building houses like most of what I think so. I mean, it is fascinating because, like, you know, Minecraft is so big. But like that was the starting point asked, you know, for people wanting to build for like building games really take off. Yeah. Before that. I just built houses with Legos. So, like usual, it's a virtual version of that. For me. It was a largely in tow like animated cartoon games like Ah LADN Genesis and like The Lion King Game, I had been like a CD Rahm of The Lion King. Yeah, Dizzy games. And then, of course, it was super into Mario and later, Mario 64. Mine were like, I guess wi I don't like the cute seer games. The animated ones didn't play this year. I played a lot of the girly like girly type of games. I had one That was it was a Barbie game, but it was literally just Barbie makeovers. And you just put like yes, yes, Systems is also like a grown up version of that. Totally just sit there and make your sim for, like, hours. Yes. And and speaking of making Sims, we now have my lovely friend Christopher Smith, Brian. And joining us. I'm sorry for being late. No, it's it's chaotic here. We're all Yes, world. We're all one. It's right before. It's weird because this is right before pride. And it's right before E three. So for me, it's like the worst week of my life here. You know, I like have a book signing after this that I just found out about today. I Oh, it's today. It's today. We're all coming together to talk about this in my name's Christopher. Brian. I don't know if you need it insured. But, Yeah, I worked for Ella gamers, which is a nonprofit we have, like PlayStations first E three afterparty. So in Danny was talking about talking about the Simpsons like this is perfect in my alley. Yeah. When was here were just talking about like your first introduction. When do you first remember getting your hands on this game? Oh, I got it. When it first came out. I was like I was immediately my dad. I remember saw the poster for and I've played. Some city like as a huge will write fan. I think it even played like he had like an ant simulator game. You do over that. So I was like, Really? I remember my dad saw the box and I got it and I was just obsessed immediately. Yes. So I guess we should tell people that have never played the Sims essentially what it was. Who are they? Well, yes. So it did come from William Wright, who is a video game designer and co founder of the former game development company, Maxus. And they created Sim City, which is kind of what brought him to prominence and then after in some city had many different iterations later renamed SimCity Classic. That was a city building simulation video game and that actually released in 1989 way before all of this. Oh, my God. So the game focuses on players operating as a mayor, whose task is to build up the city, providing basic transit links power. Simplistic services for for residents and the hard Yeah, really hard. Yeah, yeah, and same along the lines of we were talking about rollercoaster tycoon. But like roller coaster taken was easy. Simms was hard. I was like this is stress. I should just have a job like I just work really was stressful. But then we had the Sims, which was the first game in the series that was developed by Maxes and published by Elektronik Arts. So dia did they publish it from the beginning. Do you know that it was released for Microsoft Windows in February of 2000? On. Essentially. So now you're playing is the virtual people of this city. So why do you think people gravitated towards Sims that it is still so prevalent thing online that equated it to like playing house. Like When you're a little kid, you play house, You know, I mean, it's that kind of thing. I guess it's like a pretend life, but you can kind of do whatever you want. It sort of open ended. It's funny that you say that because the original name like the project name for the Sims was called Dollhouse Original on and S O. The creation of the Simms happened when will right went through a house fire. And he is having to, like, save things, redesign things, and he was, like, Really? I don't know if you have. Is it okay to talk about this? Okay, So Hee, I'm a huge fan of him. So he created thiss idea of like how he had this primal need to figure out which furniture he needed. How to redesign a house and that became kind of the basis behind the Sims was was this need? So he was like creating this. Originally, The game was called Dollhouse. And everyone hated it. Like they were like this is so stupid, Like who would like this And when they showed it at E. Three years ago, there was like a line because they have this Max have a small little booth. And there was a line like that was so crazy was going around to other booths, like people were like this is un riel, So no one really believed it until it was first shown, And I think that you're right. It became, like almost like like the game. Second life, which I also play. I've had an account for 17 years. And really, what can you tell me? The difference between the two? The The biggest difference is that Second life has absolutely no, there's no, There's nothing that you ever have to do in second, Let's have to eat. You don't have to deal with, like any kind of life needs. You can literally just do whatever you want. And there are ways to like, play it so that you can Creates You know, role playing scenario there like objects. A lot of people's You role playing in in second life, a second life online where you're telling other people, it's kind of like, if you put it. I am view. But second life is better. Okay? So it's like so second life is more of like a role playing game where, like an online role playing game, and the Sims is more like a simulation and different second. Life is weird, because it's really hard to describe its not even necessarily a game. It can be a chat room. It can be a role playing game. It can be. Got any kind of really whatever you want, like I used to be a vampire in second life. So I was part of a vampire clan. And you like actually had to find other people to like, feed on or else you would wait. Does that mean that you're ruining somebody else's second life? No. So they had to be a willing participant had have been okay if you're okay. Yeah, but it was like that kind of thing. You could choose to be a vampire. You could choose like they're people who are fairies there like it's And you, You have so much more freedom over creating your avatar. Even more so than you do in the same. It's because you don't have to be human could be anything or anyone that you want. Has this Sims ever gone off of humans or is it always said you have aliens and have vampires? Now they've added expansions where you could do that. And, um Yet it's cool. It is cool to see the progression of the make of stems from like the Sims one to now, because now I mean as someone it's LGBT, like you can now have transgender characters Muslims for which is fantastic. They remember they made an option where they're like, Actually, any clothes option is available for any they didn't. They used to filter them by, like masculine or feminine clothes, And now they give you that option. But it doesn't matter. You can wear whatever you want, and they also do the thing where you can choose like male or female for your Sim. But it is an option in the creative them to choose whether your son can get pregnant. Whether they can get other soon is pregnant and even like their voice and the way that they walk, you're not limited by their gender. So if you like you can have a female, some of the deep voice or a male's them with a high voice there like any Combination that you want, which is really cool. Just like how people are in real life.
Trump allows some unemployment pay, defers payroll tax
"Trump trying Tio signs, signs, executive executive orders orders regarding regarding evictions, evictions, unemployment unemployment benefits benefits and and a a payroll payroll tax tax cut, cut, the the president president says. says. Thes Thes orders orders air air on on Ly Ly the the beginning beginning were were further further looking looking at additional tax cuts, including income tax. Relief. Income tax cuts and capital gains tax cuts, So we're going to be looking at that capital gains. For the purpose of creating jobs and income tax is self explanatory, and it'll be income tax for Middle income and lower income people, but middle income people Cause they pay a lot of income tax. The Trump Administration and Congress would still have to work out the agreement on a plan that addresses state funding and Simms and stimulus chicks.
"simms" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Just one of those guys he he ran up four to can make plays big strong returns. Cakes does a lot of things. He's a difference maker. So that was the you know as I thought about their drafts said Man. The jets go sit there and hope. I think there's a really good chance to see. Lamb could fall to them at number eleven. WouldN'T IT BE UNBELIEVABLE IF THEY DRAFTED JEFFERSON? And then his dad coach them. How would that go? I never thought about that to be honest. To tell you the truth you know but I know this. He has tremendous hands. He's a really good route runner and I love these guys and watch them all some. Catch the ball whatever. But there's other guys and just Everson one. He doesn't catch the ball. Boomer he rips it out of the air like I can't wait for it to get here so he just reaches his hands. Enter snags it. And then he goes E- I he's he's one of my one of those guys that started way down the list and I started watching all these guys and all of a sudden I've noticed in the last two weeks all of a sudden his name is being mentioned more and more and I think go a lot higher to draft and people thought most who would have have Phil Simms joining boomer. Ngoga take a break in a few minutes Let me just ask you about one quarterback that we haven't touched draft. I WanNa talk about Justin Herbert. Because you know here's a guy that's got all the size. He's six foot six. He's two hundred and forty pounds. He decided to stay an extra year in college. I've never against as a matter of fact I love that. He wanted to play with his younger brother out. There at Oregon did not have a great year last year. Probably had a better year or the year before however he is impressive per in person. The question that I would have about him fill. He has all those attributes that you were talking about. Athleticism has the size. He has the arm strength. He has the ability. I want to know if he has the IT factor. Because that to me I WANNA know. Is he the guy in the room? That's GONNA lead my team that no that about him? Yeah no I know you know what I I and I understand what you're saying. And and is he the guy that just walks in a room? Is the starting quarterback and everybody gets a little tight? Oh there's the man like Tom Brady walks in the room. Hey even though you've been around him for three years you know Tom's here straighten up. You know that kind of thing. And that's the factor is that's just part of it and being on the field and just making people you know play to their potential because you demand that the do better than they're doing or whatever. I don't know if he has everything that's going to what I've been hearing. It's good if you've noticed he's been going up is people talk about him Boomer I can say is I didn't get to meet the kid talk to him but there is nothing about him on the field that I do not like I like the way throws it e can make all the throws and then some of the ones he can move around. He's got great presence on the field for being tall as he is six foot six. You know once he takes a step or two look out could rip off a thirty or forty yard. Run like it like nothing. He makes one big time. Throw after another and every single game and you know so you if you'd have put Justin Herbert down at Alabama. He he would have been a he'd been the. I think the draft for sure nobody was in. It was a different offense even though they threw it down the field. He did a great job at throwing the ball thing and hurt his stats a little bit. You GotTa Remember. Tua through seventy over seventy percent of his passes. Were what five yards or shorter? I think about that. Five yards a shorter. He threw balls over seventy percent of the time. Well that wasn't the case with Justin. Herbert it was back shoulder thirty yards down the field deep route. Seems you know things like that and I liked his presence on the field. I think he's GonNa be. I think it's GonNa go higher. The draft is GonNa be a steel and a draft boomer and Geo with Phil Simms on the fan and CBS. Sports radio will take one more break in have a final segment with Phil. Now I would imagine that quarantine life is a little bit easier for a guy like Phil Simms especially this time of year when the NFL draft is about to happen. Because PHIL LIKES TO SIT DOWN. Likes to break down. The tape likes to watch guys in shorts. So when I picture the Phil Simms Corentin Life. I think you wake up you put on a little. Bandanna you do shirtless pull ups and then you sit in the chair and you watch your punch guys work out for like twelve hours straight and my clothes. That's really good deal. That's nice. I wish it was that way I've had computer problems just like your yours today or whatever and I literally got it really straightened out today. I had to buy a damn new computer. Which by the way because mine. Don't take on the film whatever but it was very expensive and but I did get it and it's awesome so I will do more of that. But what do I do every day? I eat which I enjoy and I'm really have really gotten into watching all the college football players which is fun and I do have a nice tim my house. Which makes it easy to do that. I do that about every day too so I know that a longer driveway than Gregg Giannotti does so and plus twenty acres out there Franklin lakes. They'RE GONNA Sumer. It's a nice place. Why don't you from me go ahead? Please let me ask you. Maybe jalen hurts the. Buy It from you depending on who Dress jail and the the quarterback out of Oklahoma he transferred from Alabama. Everybody knows because two was coming there into a live up to all the hype that was brought with him to Alabama for sure. Sure Jalen hurts to me what he did last year for. Oklahoma was great. I thought it was great. It showed me that he loves playing football. And even though he's a diminutive in terms of size kind of a little bit bigger than Collar Murray Kid wants to play football. He loves playing football and everywhere he goes he wins well. What does that certain qualities that really do answer that he's a and I just have his numbers. I actually just sitting in front of me. Six one to twenty two. He's a power lifter. He is rocked up to no end. you know. He ran under four six at the combine. All that He ran over. I think I don't even know I just. I think he ran over twelve hundred yards at Oklahoma this past year. I mean he's strong. He's big I. I'm not saying is Lamar Jackson Buddies. Lamar Jackson a little slower. But really strong can run down. The field make cuts. And there's no question going to Oklahoma. Really helped him out even more. He became a better thrower. Does he like a lot of things to be a quarterback? Yeah not as accurate can't overpower the ball doesn't anticipate there's a lot of things he doesn't do but all the other things that talked about. I think it makes him intriguing. Where would I take him in the draft? I would take him in the third round and making my third quarterback and maybe even give him a role some type in the office a little bit here and there And see if I could develop him into a. You know a backup quarterback and see where it goes from there. But I don't think he throws the ball on a consistent basis wall enough to sit here and say. Oh He's going to be a starting quarterback in you know in a year or two. I don't think that's going to happen. Here's what I think can. Can you make him into a case? Keenum and I want to get your thoughts of why the browns and Kevin Stefanski when out and got case keenum to bring him in to sit behind Baker Mayfield case. Keenum is just a good guy. He's a team player He's always he's he's better than everybody thinks you know. He's played well. He played solid out in Denver. He played really solid of course in Minnesota He did a good job in Washington and he's just the perfect got backup case keenum kind of smart been in the League long enough and everything and he's he should. Hey I'm sorry you should help Baker Mayfield and if something happens to the football team. I'm sure they think they're going to be pretty good. They've got a quarterback to keep things going who's got enough talent where the where your football team just fall apart like. The Pittsburgh steelers did this past year. But you're talking about Jalen hurts. Could be like a case keenum type of guy that that type of grinded out Gritty Player. Who Listen He's a man and and you know. I read the story. They beat somebody in a game. At Oklahoma and Lincoln Riley came walking through the complex and Jalen hurts. Squatty like three hundred and fifty pounds going like but that tells you who he is you know I said to somebody down in Alabama. He needs to change positions. This was probably is second year. He was not throwing the ball well at all. They couldn't drill and the guy goes no he goes. You don't know him he's convinced and determine he's gotTa make it work and you know he did and being transferred to Oklahoma is going to give him a great chance of one day to maybe get a chance to play in the NFL NBA star boomer and Geo with Phil Simms on the Fan. Cbs Sports Radio. You mentioned something about the steelers backup situation and what happened. Last year. They had a team that would've gone to the playoffs. Back up but Mason Rudolph Doc. Hodges it just wasn't working so they're going to have to find a guy to bring in sure to Jameis Winston. Absolutely my God. I ever made for a football team. It's him Pittsburgh and and if they did they'd only if they offering the money that he doesn't like take it you know. Get yourself a position if you get the play you got a chance to have success like Ryan Tannehill did I mean it's he and he I think he really fits their offense very well And just the culture there with Mike. Tomlin. I mean I think it's great. I'm a I'm interested. Jameis Winston ends up. I still like him as a player. his problem is he's just asked to do too much. You know. He loses bloomer. We talked about this. He loses control the football two and three times every game. And you know and I know when you lose control. That ball couple throws usually. It's all Christ backpedaling. Because they gotta make attack an or somebody tackle. Yeah so that's Jameis Winston. That would change a lot if he was. Had To. Come in. And Relieve Ben Roberts Margaret. Because they got a defense they still got a pretty good offensive line and they run an offense. It's not relying on throwing the ball. Twenty five yards every single. Throw exactly we're talking to the great fill sends. This is why I've been.
2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class
"Pro football hall of fame I introduce the class of twenty twenty their centennial class and I am pretty diverse group here going in so what Mike let's run through some of these yeah and and some of these are so these guys are before my time so before your time as well some guys we saw a play so let let let's have a couple of these first Paul tag Lee boots and he was the the commissioner who took over for Pete Rosell he was the bridge between Roselle and die and Roger Goodell who we have today certainly the took the baton did a lot of good things for the game for sure yeah I get that now I'm not surprised I guess that he got in considering E. took it to a different level with TV contracts made a lot of money for the game took it into a different era yeah he's one of those it's like why do not in already yeah comic Marvin Miller yeah baseball I was a little bit surprised by that one or is it some other ones Donnie shall and and cliff tires are both a little bit before my time I I read you know I know the teams of Donnie shell played on a wood heater he was for the Steelers teams that were just absolutely spectacular are you know click Harris was a cowboy enough said so those two guys get in our let's run through a couple other ones he Jim covert I remember him with the bears as an offense of linemen I don't remember Bobby Dylan who was a D. back for the Packers Austin Dillon Tate today they made the right call Jack I was a beast yeah okay and we we was on the the body Packers of assuming yeah I'll wait like even before that it was like ten years before the merger all really okay yeah see played like late fifties and into the sixties mid fifties yeah okay all right so don't reach sixties they'll go back a little bit at New York Jets tackle Winston hill not that familiar with him but lions defensive tackle out Alex Karras who was a great player and also went on to be an actor he was in blazing saddles which Mike if you haven't seen it is an all time classic a movie that would never get made today because it's incredibly politically incorrect and he was the father in Webster which one of your favorite TV shows yeah Webster Webster and Bobby don't fill but Alex Karras is also said suspended for an entire season for gambling on football did you know that yeah early sixties yeah I miss the season are Scott Chicago cardinals this it tells you how far back that goes tackle Duke Slater goes into the hall of fame Cleveland Browns wide receiver Max speedy bears defensive and and sprinkle near giants GM George young who I remember he was a he was a guy who was there during the Parcells run when Bella check was it a says that when they had an unbelievable group of assistance there and he drafted very well guys like Phil Simms some guys really under the radar at large Taylor helped really kind of build that team cell George young goes and we know bill Cowher a Jimmy Johnson they they got their surprises on TV this past weekend what do you think of Calar I don't I think ours I don't think he's all famous hourly there I think is like the on this list of qualified to talk about this from worry lines up with my viewing yeah I you know I know he won one he got to another any was there a long time it's a great story because he's he's a Pittsburgh guy grew up there you know all that good stuff but what what's she in for longevity you know I mean I don't know I'm a a are they considering like contributions as a broadcaster to that kid I mean he's not that good only has been doing it that long what is your is on an hour a week yeah exactly yes I know it not look exactly are the interesting thing is that they they're some the hall of fame centennial class was selected by a special Blue Ribbon panel which included hall of fame board selectors league historians hall of Famers and bill Belichick yeah so there were thirty eight finalists were chosen from a list of three hundred nominees over the past five months and the hall of fame class of twenty twenty comprised of modern era players will be selected in Miami beach on February first the day before the Superbowl so you're wondering like the word the wise all these you know older guys well the the guys you probably saw play we you know we'll be getting in that cell that was that's the way that that that check out but shall I do go back to die shell for a minute now and I'll get to the reason why you wanted to do this for for a couple reasons but he's the fifth member of that steel curtain team Joe Greene mean Joe green Jack Lambert Jack ham Mel blunt and now dot a shell goes in from that Pittsburgh team but I am we should probably place for people again which we will little back but one of the coolest things I I heard was the the audio conversation between Harold Carmichael and and David Baker who's the the president of the pro football hall of fame but Carmichael goes and he was at all decade nineteen seventy selection when he retired he held the league record with a reception and a hundred twenty seven consecutive games he had a touchdown reception on almost fourteen percent of his career touches that's awesome any finishes his career with really good numbers in any near where you know again it wasn't like it is today where they pass as much as they did but in a plane thirteen years and really that's a little bit misleading you really play twelve years that thirteen year with the cowboys only played two games but he had almost nine thousand yards seventy nine touchdowns averaged more than fifteen yards per catch he was a stud and from nineteen seventy three to nineteen eighty two no receiver had more receptions yards touchdowns are games played that's pretty awesome do you wonder why it took that long but it was great to see him get and I'll tell you the other guy I mention this before we took time out they get send that never played a down in the NFL yet maybe had more of an impact than any name that we just right off that's the sable what NFL films did for the National Football League what which Steve sable date with his dad add both local guys and of course if you you know NFL films right over there mount laurel what they did to promote the game of football in the sixties when it was no where near the number one sport the country I mean you had baseball you a boxing your college football all ahead of professional football what they did to highlight the game to shine a different spot like to be creative in an artistic with the way that you look at the game utilizing classical music slow motion yeah replays you different camera angles you name it what they did to change the way that people look at the game was nothing short of remarkable and a and it's a shame that it's happened posthumously Steve got to win the Elbe doctors father into the hall of fame at the times the was battling brain cancer but for him to get in I thought was flat out awesome yes not he yeah got it back everything's under the contributions that side you have still to this day yeah I mean he tell me somebody who is more deserving I'm telling you AP is deserving is anybody so the one that I and I know Jodie touched on this when I was coming and I was listening to him and he's dead on about this it's a real shame and I I don't know if it's gonna happen former night I I I really hope it does but it's a real shame that I Joe Klecko didn't get it again this year if if you're not familiar with me you know when you hear Dan Klecko on our air doing eagles post games and and like you work with during the football season a damn good friend of mine but Joe was a great player he's a local guy grew up in Chester went to temple but was a phenomenal player for the jets eat play from seventy to seventy seven to eighty eight and the first Jeez for five years of his career the sac wasn't even cactus that so and he was a guy who literally you could play everywhere he played the tackle he played nose tackle he played defensive end you could move asides yeah you can move in every single place on the football field and all the guy did was the lever and and it's unfortunate because nose tackles indeed tackles are gonna put up monster numbers think about you know a guy like Fletcher **** could have a big game but because he's at being occupied by two tacklers or maybe is not getting a sack he's just he's creating the pressure somebody else gets the sack that happens often times you know but it it but a lot of those years even look like I was playing end they can keep the sack is that in other words like for example I seventy eight he was a defense of an I. seven eighty he was a defense of an eighty one he was a defense of that then he moved more inside your starting in in eighty two eighty three and the rest of his career but I know Gary Myers of Jody had on earlier in his show was a guy who really pushed for kind of the way ray push for for a tiny the Donald you know in a domino kind of pushed we double push for Dawkins yet Dawkins yeah double push for doc hold on which bush for Dawkins Gary Myers push for collect but it's he didn't get a ton of votes in the US and and that's you know probably not a great sign but I hope at some point they come to their their senses and and Joe Klecko gets and but that was that was the one that kind of stood out to me I know you know drew Pearson went on his his harangue about not getting in but that was one that stood out so what what it since we're on this Mike let let's play the Carmichael again so this this is it the audio of the phone call David Baker calling Harold Carmichael and letting him know that after all these years because Carmichael's but after this for a long time after all these years he finally got it my great grandma and to hear that you're gonna have a bronze bust in canton Ohio hello all men you're going to be a member of the centennial class and we're we're gonna tell you and keep your legacy alive forever yeah or what you're talking okay thank you great that's pretty cool I mean I think that's a genuine reaction right there what you got from hell Carmichael and it's it's well deserved you know this isn't just some sympathy vote that this is a guy who deserve to be at and your was ahead of his time in terms of the size and was versatile what could catch a long ball was a great are you know fade end zone alley OOP I could go over the metal versatile could do almost anything and you know play the game at six foot eight we came out of southern a small school and went on to have some great years for short was very good the playoffs still had amazing career so happy
49ers hold off Seahawks, Patriots stunned by Dolphins
"On what the bills are playing Houston the first of the four games in wild card weekend Saturday for thirty five plan make your plans but the bills lost yesterday's finality to the jets thirteen to six Josh output a couple series the Matt Barkley play the rest of the game the note worthy performance was do Williams who was active for the first time in like eight nine weeks and ended up with six catches for hundred eight yards the bills in the season ten and six the patriots lost at home the dolphins how could you bet against Ryan Fitzpatrick so the patriots are in the wild card round for the first time since two thousand nine stat of the day early stat of the day for you the patriots have never made it to the Superbowl when they've been in the wild card round let us hope that trend continues this weekend Tennessee beat Houston the Titans clinch the other wild card spot Simms's could beat Seattle the Niners clinched the one seed in the NFC Philadelphia wins the NFC east they knocked off the giants so your match ups the bills game we mention the second game is the other AFC game Saturday night Tennessee at New England and then the end of she double header Sunday starting at one Minnesota at New Orleans yell at
Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs: What You Need To Know
"In Chicago Bears hosting the Kansas City Chiefs you want predictions you want that you'll get it beforehand it is of course football night America with Rodney Chris Simms Mike three go Tony Dungy Mike Florio and the crew running a quick preview for the bears I mean it's about respect at this point for Kansas city it's about continue to show that you know they've turned the corner they continue to dominate has this one turned out in terms of how you break it down right well look at Mitchell service can the number one thing he can do is try that out of out perform and try to you know prove to everyone that he's better than Patrick my home because he was the you know was his number one pick number jacket at secondhand right they gave up a lot so he has he can't get caught up in trying to prove anything and it's going to come down to the bears defense Kenny stop all these weapons they have so many weapons are keen excel will watch demand play last week to defensive tackle for the bears he was in and out the line up they did a good job on Khalil Mack and I just I look at the bears defense they're wearing down a lost or to start inside linebackers Roque once myth and Danny Trevathan it's tough it's tough but if you're to Chicago Bears your plan for your job you have you had a losing season very disappointing season and everybody's watching to see who quits this is a nationally televised game going into the offseason if you can knock off Kansas city it can build confidence Hey you never know what happens from there you're not going to make the playoffs but at least you're going to the off season feeling pretty good about yourself
Kane Simms of VUX World talks Google Assistant in the voice space
"Now. You wrote an article a while back a vow. The current voice assistance and their marketing positions in other words. What makes them unique? And what you feel is missing from the space and I love for you to take us through the top top five and the newest one that is trying to fill the missing piece. So let's start off with Google Assistant. You say their current marketing position is search. Can you tell us why why you think they are the best for this. I think this echo was in May and things have changed since then so I think that Google position has also changed slightly out obviously first ciccio various because Google is predominantly a search company. So I'll kind of all of its origins. Are I think with the kind of Google Assistant. Searching on it will be and is conned of high volume newscasts that bound to be focusing their efforts getting such right. But I think what they've done in recent months is festival trying to keep pace with Amazon and some areas saw for example voice in the car the list Nissan. What is it about what kind of ugly looking one? Duke is it. Jukes in America Nissan Juke. I'm not familiar with it now. haven't reached the lens of the US yet the Horrible horrible looking cars. But anyway they have Google assistant in them that was on TV about the Google amid partnerships with The kind of released are going to release the pixel votes phones phones. which have Google assistant in them on the rebranded? The whole thing since May the rebranded all of the Google home devices to nest devices. So they're obviously trying to make a play in the small but I think all of that stuff really is just them trying to keep up with where I'm at and so things like pushing it into the car on releasing headphones phones. I'm trying to kind of get a grip on the spot. Home and smile hormone. Admissions to flood is more of a kind of following strategy. Well I think that will lead is mobile successive almost and when it was Iowa which might have even been before this was shut my interest off the last IRO events this year they released things like in options auctions on Beethoven. It's only a small number of use cases that can actually take abundant to it but essentially if don't know about what it is you can stop the interaction on Google Google assistant and then that will take what you say to Google assistant and pre populate your APP with those fields for example. You could say a Google book me a table a Friday night at seven fifteen people and it will take all of those things that you've just said on pre populate the fields within your with the information so it's Kinda like a shawl all courses like sumit's shortcuts it'll take from Google assistant into an op way already halfway through the user journey so I think Google General undestand pedigree and mobile. All is pretty good as well so I think mobile is one area where they will do really well weather one. That differentiates is and then also what they've tried to do as well. You'll notice is trying to kind of thread together. All of Google's services over the top of having Google assistant as the primary kind of interface foreign. So they've got the Google calendar g mail things like Youtube things like Sergio Google profile all the services that they have like docs sheets and stuff like they've got quite a lot of services services. They provide in different avenues that I could tie together on how Google assistant as the thing that beds them all together because they have a mobile footprint with you ninety nine percent of you think they can be the single and not necessarily single but the primary voice assistant fall certainly people in the android Loyd
All the important questions as Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson go head to head in The Match
"He had a dinner with Tony Romo. And that was Tigers. Pro-am partnered Pebble Beach back in two thousand twelve and he went to dinner with Tony Romo just to bother. Tiger woods. So Phil said that you know, Tigers partner was Tony Romo and that night before the final round Saturday was big dinner. The Jim Nance put on I got seated next to Tony. We had a great night had a lot of fun. But I knew it would bother tiger that I had dinner with his partner. Tony knew this would also bother him. So he said, it was caddy do not mention that we had dinner last. Knight. Phil don't bring up the dinner. We're on the I t I IT off tiger tees off. I wait before I walk off because I want to distance myself between me and Tony. So I could say it loud enough. So as we're walking off the first TI yell out. Hey, Tony, Tony that was so much fun. Last night. I loved the dinner that was the greatest and tiger looks at him and said, you know, giving that look like that was a big deal Mickelson called her a moment that he laughs with tiger about now. But at the time, it was pretty intense. Mickelson ended up winning. But isn't that what we're all hoping for this weekend at the matches that one of them goes a little real in jab like UFA, like when I want a guy puts one in the weeds and just has a little Ouch. Just enough to. Okay, now, it's real, and it's a real competition because that's what ever wants. I hope we have some of that. Because tiger never let you in. It's rare when he let you in. But if he does then I'd love to hear the sense of humor, see the sense of humor or just to see a subtle dig their or the gamesmanship that goes on in what you would think they would be really wanting to say like if you had thought bubbles this time. You don't have thought bubbles. You just actually had their thoughts. That's what would be great Friday after thanksgiving.
Phil Simms And Two Weeks discussed on 24 Hour News
"Isn't the first time the duck is vanish since we spotted in early October. It was gone for roughly two weeks late last month wins news time twelve thirty Phil Simms, and boomer size and know the importance of being protected so investors Bank asked them to talk business banking in their terms that for spending years is a quarterback. I know how
50 Cent and Ja Rule escalate beef
"The fifty cent jar rule beef has escalated fifty bucks, a total of two hundred tickets worth three thousand dollars at jazz recent show in Texas all front row seats, so job would be performing to a section of empty. See? It's awesome. I mean, they're are rare in the history of fame. Few have been his petty. As if.
Cardi B and Nicki Minaj Fought at Fashion Week Party
"Catfight alert rappers Nicki Minaj and Cardi B got physical at New York fashion week party last night viral video shows Cardi B lending towards manashian throwing shoot at her. But the two are kept away from each other by security at the Harper's bazaar bash where it is at Cardi B with fed off because Manashe insinuated that she's a bad mother to have been rat rivals since Cardi B began achieving major success over the past
Colin says Odell Beckham Jr. is everything the New York Giants are not
"Speaking of your dad actually wanna play this. This is know Colin cowherd was trying to do a speech about why the giants. It doesn't work out with Odell Beckham and he's saying that you know, Odell Beckham a little crazy, a little sexy and the giants. They are the opposite of that. And this is what he said about the giants and their history was star share. You look at the history of the New York Giants look at their stars Mark beforre, Phil Makanji, David Tyree, Jeff, Hostetler. Phil Simms. Anybody, anybody got an Espresso, even your stars are boring. Who I mean, you know, he did a really good job of trying to not name like the biggest stars, which would be who I, I mean, Lawrence Taylor. I mean, yeah, sure. Lacks co bursts. Well, I mean, there's been a number Jeremy shockey. He's been there. It's been like this choir boy setting, Tiki barber. Was he acquired Boyko? Everybody hated him in the NFL. Pretty sure I get the I know what he's trying to say. It is kind of an understated organization, the Maras or that type of family?
"simms" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast
"All right. So bunch of news, the patriots just cut Malcolm Mitchell. Wow. Yeah. Well, they were trying to trade them. That makes sense signed. They're scared of them, right? Brown's trade Korey Coleman to the bills for a seventh round pick in essence, a throwaway for a former first round pick and all of a sudden, Josh Gordon's not at camp. Some people are saying it's because he doesn't want to be on hard knocks Korey Coleman's now, gone and Jarvis Landry is the only one left of the trio that he said is maybe the says, the best receiving core, the NFL and I wanted to policy from, I want those crying emojis. He sent to that. You said that Cleveland wasn't a top five receiving trio, and then he wrote crying, emojis. You'd like Jarvis Landry to an issue in Paul one, the yellow circle thinking thinking face that says, I'm sorry, Chris Simms. You're pretty good to think he faces that thinking faces when someone. Like tweets or tech, something that's questionable. You're kind of like. Yeah, you're right. You wouldn't need like the the prayer hands. How maybe or down side like hairs, right on, sorry. So I look at the receiving core. It's Jarvis Landry, Josh Gordon, I think is going to play seems they're sticking to that. And then it's reg- Rashard Higgins, Jeff Janice, and a lot of people are talking very highly about Antonio Calloway kit from Florida. Yeah, is super talented. I mean, he would have been probably one of the top forty players picked in the draft this year if he didn't have the off the field that shoes, and that was like one of the first things that that they must be liking what they see out of him. Okay, that he can do that now. I still look at it and go out. It's an unproven roster. Yes. At wide receiver. I know they liked the Higgins kids. Jarvis Landry certainly can do everything and maybe jennif- Jeff, Jeff Janice is performing in Green Bay. I'm just not going to. I know Janice is just like in Green Bay one of those guys. That's a wo- big off season guy..
"simms" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast
"We were ready to call you, but he thought angry. Phil Simms has better than normal. Phil Simpson really calm today. God, you know, all these little chores in life to do well, I got up this morning. I did most of those chores, so I'm relaxed and calm. What was your to breakfast and three CVS little. I think you know what I was getting ready to say her, right? No, I don't know. Maybe something you idiots are going to say it's going to get me part up. I don't know what we're we're. We're going to ask you, what are we gonna talk about today? And and. Oh, I don't know. Okay. This is what I call great preparation and why this show is such a success exactly fill. This is the reason is I have a belief that the SIMS family is better without preparation. You're not actors, even though I see you in banking, commercials, all the time. You guys naturally have great intuition. So I want to embrace that first thing we're going to do you talk about? Yeah, new commercials, whatever. Okay, now we can really do those commercials the way boomer and I shoot some of them. They would be. I mean, they're hilarious. You know, the things he says to me is we're walking across her to do it, and I've told you this one time, we recruiting a commercial and every time we had to go out and we had to shake each other's hands. As we head, he would say something like we couldn't even get a word out, go you that you know, whatever fill in the blank and I said, you're. Such a hole and whatever, and everybody's laughing. We just saw, man come on. And finally, our agency Rosser had to come out and go, hey, guys, come up there. The ad agencies starting to get upset. You know, you guys got to settle down. I said, really? Okay. Wow. Okay. But so you can imagine how those commercials would come out if bloomer and I had finalisation of everything would be cool, but a pretty cool anyway. Somebody said yes, to me to me yesterday is that you on that picture that I see, you know, the big billboard and I go, I don't know. What do you think you're looking at me right now? I think it is. Okay. All right. Well, whatever. What's going on? So what we got there at, I'm gimme something today. We're going to start off with an absolute doozy. I know the SIMS family. You're both gonna go, ooh. Okay. Ready. Okay, imitation of us. It was. I want you to rank, which is the best football player of the guys going in the hall of fame on Saturday, gosh, told you. I knew your both going to react like that. Let them read the, you got a name them for me, right? Randy moss Teo. Brian Dawkins Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher, Jerry Kramer Bobby Beth, Ono and Robert Brazil. Okay. So I never saw Brazil. I'm did you face them at all, was probably did when he was down in Houston with sh was linebacker. Yeah. Yeah. That was Houston had the defense offense that had like fourteen all pros, but they could game a Warren Moon. They were incredible, incredible. And I mean, and they were, we went down and play them once and all we heard Jerry Glanville tell them one of our coaches for the game, hey, our defenses, all this, and they were, they were sacked, and but all they did was just blitz. So you just drop back and you're gonna get hit, but just keep lofted long and sooner or later. Go hit one for touchdown. Right? And I walked in at half time. We're really beat them pretty bad, and I thought we've struggled to beat them, and I looked up at the scoreboard, mid has total yards not forgot what we had thought. We're gonna sit NFL record here today if this keeps up. But of course, as usual, we quit throwing up to that. Of course, we got moss te'o Brian Dawkins Erlanger Railleuse Ray Lewis, Robert Brazil, and Jerry Kramer. Yeah. All right. I know mine right away. If you want me to lead off..
"simms" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast
"Locker room and maybe ten fifteen guys are handed the sheet and they're like write down your top twenty players and some guys going into a meeting he's only finished my top twenty writes down and the other issue that is there yes like like i've said here before you know guys in locker room and the nfl like i said you know there's a good percentage of guys that go home and they don't really pay attention to anything football they just show up the next day and they're ready to do their job of football where okay if that's fifty three guys on team i'm going to say like fifteen twenty you're like that and then the other thirty are paying attention to football certainly but there's like out of those other thirty let's say twenty are just on a topical level i turned on the monday night football game i didn't watch every play but i basically saw the major points and then you have your ten or fifteen guys on a team they're like they know everything that's going on in the league they're reading everything they've watched everything so i guess that's a long story short yes it's hard but yeah you'd have to find that right group of i think coaches and ex players ago no these are the phil simms of the world the dan fouts of the world guys that maybe not dan fouts is in the hall of fame but that rich gannon you've been paying attention you know for a long time i think it should be an assorted committee yeah like there are some media members that are very exactly teeter kings should be on until he passes away right let's be real one hundred so think that nfl player should evolve i think there should be a test i think that you should ask these guys history questions knowledge like who's currently in the hall of fame and there's like a list of ten because if you don't know that a guy is in the hall of fame that i don't think you should be voting on the hall of fame i think that when you vote there should be so much preparation that i think you need to come in there with knowledge this is the hall of fame we are immortalizing people forever topped one hundred it's a it's a marketing ploy from the nfl network to get you to watch when the seasons not going on hall of fame.
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"I love that he was like i'm going to cash in but instead all he got was a ton of contact us asking where you i mean who knows how many dicky got but that's what i heard men those what are we gonna do go future i'm always you know me i always want to ask about the past that's the love the love the past because he has great history i could sit here listening to stories about all that but i also i gotta tell you one story about your father okay tell me big joe sims future hall of fame fire big phil i one of the things that was really interesting is the year that the giants won their second super bowl with parcells against the bills the crazy game of hostetler playing yep so phil simms gets hurt on a saturday afternoon against the buffalo bills in december right rainy day breaks his foot or breaks breaks his foot and so so he's gone and parcells used to have this thing okay every year where he used to say i don't want the injured players to be around and it was so strange because you think to yourself i would want phil simms in a quarterback meeting room talking to jeff hostetler and and you know and giving ideas about you know i just prepared to play the buffalo bills a month ago right and i would like to have him around just but not not parcel ourselves didn't want those guys around so every night they'd be going into meetings and i forget what day it was it might have been monday might have been tuesday my might have been was i forget but so i saw phil and he goes hey wanna go out to dinner and so we went out to dinner at burn steakhouse in tampa and had a great meal and everybody classic everybody in the restaurant is walking by the table and they're saying phil simms he hurries his teams in the.
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"Shear but other than that i mean what more can you say he's been there around there he's been there for workouts he's at meetings pat shurmur has commented that he has a good relationship very honest open relationship with oh beckham junior already so i think call things are on the up and up and i think that like guys like me and gabe who's moving this camera around right now i mean we're going to go over there with pitchforks and guns if they've in trade odell beckham junior right we're going right pitchforks unless he goes to the niners then you're gonna celebrate if this ends up not panning out if you guys want up guys wanna get into our guessing game don't forget expect the game is oj contract we have two hundred fourteen guesses right now again i've mentioned ryan gold before he's the earliest guest united kingdom he's the only one guessing it happens in may he thinks that odell gets a contract this wednesday of the next guest is andrew victor on june fourth an his comment was this competition was brought to you by long cox chris long fletcher cox i just wanna read some of these other captions here whoa big off season ryan mclain guest june eighteenth and his comment was i would take a bullet for chris simms oh thank you i appreciate the june eighteen that's my daughter's birthday to chandler franken feld our friend field from minnesota says that stefan digs is better than odell chandler bring you to the psycho word psycho warriors evaluate your brain and then tell him smitten from wellington new zealand says i will facetime from new zealand to announce the bears picked at the simpson left go draft party sims left go draft party thing i am having companies be like do you have people to promote it and i'm like i work at bleacher report we're gonna make it happen but if not if you wanna promote it to take your but yeah we have two hundred and fourteen guesses right now are bb odell beckham junior we wanna make sure our bb gets bay we have.
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"Brass testicles cartoonish lee huge grotesquely vani they are affixed to a plaque inscribed with the words the most valuable set of all time and then in these appaloosas offices were it was the company that he owns it resembles a sports bar all polished mahogany flat screen tv's and he was a minority owner for the steelers many people refer to it as a wealthy frat house one of his clients made breast implants and he also would keep breast implants on his desk and use it sort of like a stress for now when i think of the panthers owner i'm going to think of a breast set of balls that he keeps he's an f gonna be against the nfl rule so he'd better get that out of the workplace conduct but i know that's kind of funny i've never i mean i don't like when cars have balls on the back of ever see when cars of the hanging balls i'm against growth guys thank you so much thank you to chris long things to phil simms we have a lot of things now we gotta go phil simms threw football's underhand josh versus fill in pink actually angry now now that that's yeah i just wanted to play them all right i'm excited for chris he's out homey four for the elliot ko man we appreciate you guys when you hit us up on social we try and bring it up on the show thank you so much for the i tunes comments almost a thousand were about two hundred guesses on the odal beckham birthday bash and the comments or larry look out for the the plug their the game is obese j contract we love you we'll talk to you soon enjoy your weekend.
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"News chris log what's up chris long howdy what's going on i'm doing great i'm doing great just giving back to work here in philly what's going on you guys have workouts today yeah just got done of course week back in town and next week we start you know okay prices so it happens fast before you get serious i just wanted to ask him what his i was trying to break them in nice and easy i want to know what his work with this we just had big phil simms on reno your dad really well we've talked to how he so many times it's he's like i can't even being raised by how we because i that's the reason guys are so awesome but did you have experiences with phil simms like juno fillol yeah i did know fill and obviously it's rare for my dad to think real highly of quarterback he always talks about phil as well he's not he's a great quarterback you know super bowl champing you know all this stuff but he's not really a quarterback with with mentality and that's what i respect about him so i always when i met so growing up i was like a he's do and and it's true that's what he is and you know he's he's a football player and that's what i think is pretty cool about them super bro yeah yeah he just towns just of the ping pong kick do i admit that i'm an eagles fan and that i love and that him having his kid there on the nfc championship game was the coolest thing ever in that ended the drought of my life i should do that now kisses but thomas is left go i didn't the coolest thing about chris at i'm gonna speak about you in the third person is not only were you one of the main vocal white guys stood up and help the movement going along everything that.
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"Do do the do the podcast favorite matt simms out getting out there other things odell beckham junior are birth he is going to be when is he going to sign a contract our birth recalling him just are he's our baby okay i am the father you were on the no you're going with birth when the next sent a lot of coffee this morning you are a little jazz delaware the play yes okay and gambling we have we have over a hundred and you're wearing maroon though of course gotta take consist yet and my dad's calling you would've pick it up and that really okay yeah over one hundred thirty people have already guessed when odell is going to get his new contract all over united states like every state new zealand italy germany australia brazil england denmark philippines ireland canada listeners from all over the world are and they're writing some hilarious stuff someone said they take a bullet for chris simms was great the earliest guest right now is may twenty third right ryan gould from the united kingdom that some are guessing as late as march april july of next year oh wow in for the what was your official guests again over that day we said well we didn't find out the exact training camp day member i said third day of training camp that's on you all right so i have to figure that out look it up you're not gonna time third day of training camp that is sims bet i am july twentieth at four pm head over to the simpson left go it's expect net it's a baby due date service and then the name of the game is lovie j contract go in there log at you'll have to log in just make a guess of when odell will get his new contract i don't think they've set their exact day the first two days a hold out thurday gets two days of questioning about dell that can junior drive the maras and pat shurmur up to the meeting room to where they'll go let's figure this out and pay him whatever the hell of we want i am super excited for him to get a contract again if you get it right or the closest one to we will be sending a bus.
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"Billions of billions that's you know that that takes place right in my backyard right right you okay you knew that it yeah well the main guy billions in i'm catching up on the second season you said you know lean into your fear i'm just gonna put it out there right now the scary thing when you're doing a podcast as being like we're gonna do a live show people are going to show up and you're like i i know that thousands of you guys are like messing with all the time but you get scared fuck being scared man like if we're gonna do sorry for the curse joe i think that we could do events wherever it is and i really believe that you guys are gonna show up because i think we're just create and cool conversations with you guys and i think that you're gonna show up because i believe in it yeah so i'm working towards making this a possibility maybe we staged lion versus bear live live eight of line versus i mean if everyone's there i don't do that animals let's let's dress up to humans i don't care about the human cells at that was fun you it's a lion fan versus a bear dressed up in costume they gotta fight of that duke it out no you had that kind of market i have the some something in this brain so that was awesome ac and thank you for engaging with that we're going to keep that going we also got something from john we're of nova scotia canada that i wanted to bring to your attention mr we're he was playing madden os seven game cube with his buddies and he ended up randomly with the bucks and who was the quarterback chris simms he said that him and his buddy only don't show him that yet only rango routes with galloway and the ended up winning.
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"All right well i mean say gave you the whole thing cash and back appeal i was right there all right because i have so many picks and because this is the rebuilding of the team i'm gonna lead on my scout here i'm gonna go roquan smith i'm gonna take guy the middle that i know what he's going to be and i'm going to take a lock marcus davenport i think is a good player but i want to hit and while he could be alden smith he i don't know if you could be dion jordan you know i mean i don't know how it's gonna go here i'm gonna go roquan smith right all right so the draft we have right now we have josh ongoing one saquon going to darnold going three four we have bradley chubb i five we have quit nelson six we have roquan smith of some of those blue chippers are kind of coming off this i say definitely happen this way yeah yeah quarterback slide in fact baker mayfield darnell frozen does the two that are gonna fall if people the quarterbacks fall it's gonna be those two i mean right for my money now we will take you down to tampa bay and jason light and the house that chris simms built with the buccaneers with this twelve career starts i'm jason light at i love pirates and i batches and parrots on my shoulder welcome to the bucks yoho the pirates light furby former quarterback chris simms and now my director of pro personnel.
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"Yes and and that really has been a huge roadblock to him in the hall of fame but i think one of the issues now is and i think it's going to be a big issue that they're going to be so many quarterbacks yes with gaudy incredible numbers we're going to be coming up in the next few years that phil is going to be stacked up against these even though his air is slightly different than theirs and it's going to be hard for them i covered those teams for for years and i saw how incredibly important phil simms was to the greatness of those teams so i certainly would be a backer of his in that campaign and i wish you luck i really do i'm dead serious all right all so right so i mean i mean you were supposed to come today you're not feeling your best so we you know you're busy where's your in your peter king so but you're coming in you to six in the week i'll come in the week after the draft okay you the man that would be awesome peter thank you guys thanks for coming on man we'll talk to you soon awesome it you could of course check out his work at 'em qb dot sl dot com yep she could 'em qb dot com you'll see office furniture i think i if think you if you to to them the qb dot com that works as well rec center 'em qb peter is the matters a point where he so well connected that he knows so much information yet if i were him i would be telling secrets by accident because i wouldn't even remember all the things that i've can you imagine left go the reporter during draft season what.
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"Yes yeah i've been there for that that kind of draft would doing lund's so i've seen it happen yes you right jamie college become i mean we i was sitting in that obscure room that peter's talking about and we got word that jamie cons is going to be picked and i'm just going to tell you the scouts they jaws dropped they were out of the room shaking their head so you're right but bill bill always right i got one less thing for talking about ears and you're worried about things getting out i started a campaign with joe montana he's aboard we're doing on the podcast the listeners are aboard and i'm going to let you go again i'm a firm believer that there's a man missing from the hall of fame and as amos phil simms if you don't think he's warranted based on his playing career i think when you add in twenty years of broadcasting i can't believe he's not even ever mentioned and when there's one person the media that i think carries a big stick and people fall in his wake it is you peter and i'm just curious where is it possible to start this campaign for phil i think it's possible i think one of the things that happens is that you know phil simms as sort of the category to me of like a kenny anderson a guy who kind of fallen through the cracks of history right and i mean really did so much over a you know in my opinion he would he would he either would've been in if he didn't get hurt in nineteen ninety right because he you know that obviously if he was the quarterback hostetler in that game you got to super bowl wins you've got really making the giants competent offensive ly for the first time in more than a generation and and that would have changed everything for him and i always believe the injuries suffered in december nineteen ninety saturday game against buffalo you heard his foot.
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"Thank you that's already proven in other places he's not a diamond the rough yeah we've already seen this yeah so i you're right a look you if it works well he would be the backup they'll draft the guy guy who end up being the third one that's what it really wants right and but the da the draft there are some sneaky guys the draft later or whatever you don't have to go maybe i know you don't have to go in the first or second round i if i'm drafting i can find one later that has a chance to be a backup within a year all right next question for in time let's go to the hat the green bay packers are turning their offense back to page one yes according to head coach mike mccarthy we've taken a scrub brush approach to the whole system scrubbing it away sims and they said that when you have the same offense of system for twelve years and you're playing late into the playoffs you usually turn the page evaluate and just evolve but we're different this year we're going back to page one in the playbook oh phil simms what do you think hell i don't know i think somebody's got explain what all that means to me 'cause you just did a great job of saying that but i i don't know what that means i think what they're saying is over yet to back to the basics that's what they were doing so i think what they were doing is they're saying when you're successful you just kind of build off that offense but because it wasn't successful we're going to reevaluate our entire offense is when they're saying yeah go ahead.
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"Well it does good i know you hold yourself to a standard but i'm saying it's okay for you to change your rankings it definitely went to i know that i know but but just because i've never really had to do it at any position really it just weird especially at quarterback the this year and i think also i came out so hard because of like bill polian in that crap that you saw lamar jackson was like he's definitely a quarterback each shit he's a starter so we're gonna get to that we're gonna phil simms come on i want him to the new york post put out some favorites for monday night football on thursday night football right i want him to break down who he thinks would be good in the booth because i think you guys can scout quarterbacks and i think phil this point can pick pick broadcasters to hold on and we're going to bring in what what's up who is it i i'm on the podcast here to mytalk you i know who is it sounds like mushrooms forever there that can't hear chris talking about i was hoping he was kyle that's what it is okay i got you okay lewisham sources sources from two people i could find me they don't even know who i'm on our sourcing standards here you can go with two people so who was i can't tell you as an important nfl person i had a into that so thank god you're just like chef i know how to answer that what was the what's the news it's not news it's about that can't even talk about this one action.
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"Post game but we went fair share to check out the full forty eight now on the bleacher report f four subscribe at apple podcasts hey it's howard beck and i've got rail and on reports the full forty eight if a team could make me an offer that i couldn't refuse at that point you know once two thousand fifteen came in two thousand sixteen like there's nothing really that entice me that would make me say no i'm going off the couch and i'm gonna really and so this opportunity because of my kids were much more important so check out the full forty eight now on the bleacher report app or subscribe at apple podcasts simms went back and for the first time in his evaluation life he watched all of the quarterbacks how many more games for each man i'm up to five games of each but the thing is a fivegame of each even six games for some of the loud i got the watch i've never done this deep of a dive of quarterbacks like i said it's a unique year you said i've never gone back and really had to watch i didn't have all the tape i wanted a bale bale me the first time around but i got to watch every third down pass from the year drive every interception so sees it all he seen it all i wanna do this on wednesday when you're here in person because i think this is going to be big i have to explain to everybody when it comes to certain things in life especially with sports you should trust the people that you know what they're talking about and i've worked with simpson for four years and he's been right about the quarterback pretty much all for.
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"Yeah but i'm look man don't listen to everything i say because i am disoriented from what feels like josh needles of heroin in my face because all of this feels so good so here we are number four the fourth best quarterback in the universe according to chris simms of bleacher report is tom brady new england page blabbing away that's not possible with just having right now believing blasphemy that means carson wentz is somehow better than tom brady what he might be better than our ryan who knows me whoa wow yeah okay so just tom brady's awesome okay well like you've heard me say before and you've got all over me certainly i understand that he is arguably the greatest quarterback of all time he certainly in the top three without a doubt am i going to sit here and say at the age of forty that he's the best quarterback in football or maybe better than the guys that are ahead of him which will we'll see how they're ranked no i am not no again awesome precision passer still a big time arm but come on this is the new england patriots i think you could put a lot of quarterbacks onto that football team and they would have a lot of success and that's not taking anything away again from tom brady and what his physical attributes are because they are special in the fact that he is still one hundred mile per hour fastball at the age of forty is extremely impressive especially after you take into guys like paid men who lost it a few years back and it became an eighty eighty mile per hour fastball in a hurry so i'd people think i hate on tom brady.