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Bears close in on playoffs, Jags close in on No. 1 pick

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Bears close in on playoffs, Jags close in on No. 1 pick

"Mitchell Trubisky accounted for three touchdowns in the bears took hold of the final NFC wild card berth by dropping the Jaguars forty one seventeen Trubisky completed twenty four of thirty five passes for two hundred sixty five yards with two touchdowns and an interception he also ran for a score Chicago moved one game ahead of the cardinals in the wild cards from Allen Robinson finished with ten catches for one hundred three yards against his former team the Jaguars team record fourteen straight loss secures the number one pick in the twenty twenty one NFL draft I'm Dave Ferrie

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Brees' clutch precision lifts Saints past Panthers, 27-24

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00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Brees' clutch precision lifts Saints past Panthers, 27-24

"Drew Brees passed for two hundred eighty seven yards and two touchdowns and the saints twenty seven twenty four victory against the Panthers Brees completed twenty nine of thirty six passes to eight different targets despite not having receivers Michael Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders in the lineup you got to sit there and look at the call sheet you're looking you're the first numbers and figure out how your piece it all together at the end they put them in the best position to succeed after's kicker Joey Slye attempted a potential game tying sixty five yard field goal on fourth in nineteen but the ball fell just short of the cross bar if his quarterback teddy Bridgewater was twenty three of twenty eight for two hundred fifty four yards and two touchdowns including a seventy four yarder to DJ Moore New Orleans improved a foreign to entrap Carolina two three and four I'm the ferry

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Wentz, Eagles deny Dallas the NFC East title with 17-9 win

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00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Wentz, Eagles deny Dallas the NFC East title with 17-9 win

"The eagles stayed alive in their quest for NFC east your division championship of the seventeen nine win over the cowboys Philadelphia could really ten nothing leaner made Jake L. B. a field goal and a six yard touchdown pass from quarterback Carson Wentz tied in Dallas Goddard the end of a one yard touchdown run by running back mile Sanders in the third quarter went through for theater nineteen yards in the win the eagles third in a row it's fun like I said to be out there and play off type atmospheres environments with with my teammates and do you get a big win like this dak Prescott through which order sixty five yards for Dallas in the loss Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Where Does Cam Newton Go From Here?

NFL Live

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Where Does Cam Newton Go From Here?

"Jeremy the first line of your story is. He can't go out like this. It's kind of crazy to me that that is even being said about Cam Cam Newton in the first place. If you look at the situation with the Carolina Panthers and Cam Newton a guy that called Superman of former. MVP It is just hard to make sense ESPN NFL writer. Jeremy Fowler has spent the last few weeks reporting on Cam Newton's future going into the season of you to tell me that Cam Newton would potentially be on the way out of Carolina and there will be this big mess I would not by any stretch have believed you before we get into the confluence of factors that led us to this moment. Explain why it's so unusual to even be having a conversation like this about a quarterback like Newton will mean. It is crazy because he changed the game game. This is a guy that was bred to be a winner from his days at Auburn he won the national championship number. One overall pick set rookie records Kurds for total yards on winning. MVP in two thousand fifteen three different seasons of ten or more wins. Everything was lined up for this guy to be a top five top top ten quarterback for the next fifteen twenty years. Just terrible lineup. What an improvisational improvisational play by CAM? Newton he altered the way. We look at the style of the quarterback position. Because we've seen running quarterbacks before but this is a guy. I was flipping into the end zone quarterback. He's making the superman sign with his arms after scoring and and you know he was Such an imposing figure that he looked like a combination of a pass rusher linebacker and a running back coming at you full speed and the whole the mack truck. That was something ended. The League really hadn't seen before goodness isn't this is the NFL. You're not supposed to be able to do that. And then there was the off field appeal. This is a guy who would show up to. His press. Conference was a fashion show. He's got the bedazzled hats glasses being able to be Orally gifted. There's something that I think. A master to a degree. I mean this is a guy that we couldn't take our eyes off of whether whether he was on the field or do you think his style of football in some ways impacted his body in a way that led us to this point it has to be a factor. I mean we're talking about a guy who's taken eleven hundred plus hit since two thousand eleven and more than half of those have been in the last four years since around two thousand fifteen. That's more than Russell Wilson. More than any other guy. Things have piled up on them as a result he was all about power shear power that was part of what made him so great. He did bulldoze you in the open field. He could run for the thirty yards and so just. The pounding as a result has clearly affected where areas now so the first few years of camps career sort of builds towards this magical season in two thousand fifteen. He's the MVP and it all leads up to the Super Bowl and what should have been a high point for him ended up being a low one the pants lose and perhaps unfairly the the indelible memory for a lot of people is the fumble. He failed to recover. Do you think that game changed perceptions of him roll. It stripped him of his invincibility. One one personnel told me the Denver took his Superman Cape. They took it away and he was never the same after that. And that's probably unfair because it's one game on the the biggest stage but you know. Denver played a certain way where they kept hitting them. The seven six rushing four-ball comes out of the hands on the ground still on the ground picked up by the yard line. And since then cam sense of some really good moments but it's been a little hit or miss even on the field when he is in the lineup and so it was a turning point for a career that was at a wildly high trajectory at that point you're talking about not only an MVP season but he could get into the end zone. Whenever he wanted that year it was just? He played a pretty much flawless season. And then it all SORTA changed after that game so that super bowl will is kind of a turning point for Cam than what happened last season in two thousand eighteen well last season he was a potential. MVP candidate after the first eight or so weeks. The panthers are sitting at six and two Newton looks great. He's got nineteen total touchdowns you know he's rushing but he's also being patient the pocket making throws so this was a team That was on the rise and was sort of recapturing. Maybe the magic. They had a couple years earlier for that. Super Bowl run so it was nothing but promising at that point an annual in early Donovan. Where you go to Pittsburgh you go to Heinz field? You're thinking this'll be another turning point for your season and then TJ comes the blindside. He knocks Cam. Newton he runs right into that right right shoulder into the turf and he had already been on the injury report with a shoulder injury. They didn't think it was serious at that time but watts shot clearly reaggravated things to the point where by by the end of the year he was struggling to throw the ball. Forty forty five yards. I mean it was pretty ugly out there right. I mean he wasn't pulled but I remember number. They stopped using him for Hail Marys I N. It became apparent that something was deeply wrong. Throw by CAM. It didn't reach. The end zone landed fifteen yards short of the goal line. This is a guy that could throw sixty five yards on a rope. And so they're taking them out putting Taylor Heinecke of all people to throw a deep ball. I mean there couldn't have been a deeper foreshadow for maybe the problems that were rising with Cam Newton's future alright so he ends up shutting it down for the last two games of that twenty eighteen season and in the off season. He has some shoulder surgery but by the time this season starts it seems like he has recovered and things are looking optimistic again for Cham. How does the twenty nineteen season actually began for him throwing the ball? He looked pretty tentative. No touchdown passes in the first two weeks. He didn't really look as comfortable normally. Does you know that you can win games with them but certainly not an MVP level that. They're there used to so after the panthers second game against the Bucks. It's revealed that Cam has some kind of foot injury but nobody really knows what's going on right. There's a lot of mystery around the injury and all of a sudden campaigns out this fifteen minute youtube video go here we are just record. I want to be brutally honest. The video was him. Basically Chilin in a hat and glasses passes and he's in like this leather black chair and he opens up about his foot injury as I'm about to jog around realize okay. Uh I feel like in the game but it's like something missing. There was a bit bizarre. But it's it. It was good that he came on spoke about it. And try to provide some clarity and in that video basically said got hurt. preseason hurt the foot against the Patriots this is where I got him away because automatically. I got play we go. I can't let fans down. He basically told coaches. Hey I'm good I'm all good. You know I'm Superman. I can continue to play. And then once week two-headed reaggravated the injury. What happened offended with this footage metatarsal bones and they separate from the base of the? That's a list rank injury but if it's a really bad separation or some sort of break then usually need surgery. Cam has not had that yet which pretends everybody to believe. He's got a sprain but a pretty bad one just hasn't healed yet but he doesn't want to have surgery. I'm able to get the time off for me to. He'll get back to one hundred percent then. I have no doubt in my mind everything everything that we won't as a team can still be accomplished. He made clear in the video that they need to go away and get back to what I was. and that's significant anytime. A player says that that means they're out that doesn't mean they're going to rush back to play and so he basically new I think at that point I was GonNa shut it down

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Where Does Cam Newton Go From Here?

ESPN Daily

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Where Does Cam Newton Go From Here?

"Jeremy the first line of your story is he can't go out like this. It's kind of crazy to me that that is even being said about Cam. Newton in the first place if you look at the situation with the Carolina Panthers and Cam Newton a the guy that called Superman of former. MVP It's just hard to make sense of it. ESPN NFL writer. Jeremy Fowler has spent the last few weeks reporting on Cam Newton's future going into the season. If you told me Cam Newton would potentially be on the way out of Carolina and there will be this big mess I would not by any stretch have believed you before we get into do the confluence of factors that led us to this moment. Explain why it's so unusual to even be having a conversation like this about a quarterback quarterback like Newton. It is crazy because he changed the game. This is a guy that was bred to be a winner from his days at Auburn he won the national championship number. One overall pick set rookie records for total yards goes on to win and MVP in two thousand fifteen three different seasons of ten or more wins and everything was lined up for this guy to be a top five top ten quarterback for the next fifteen twenty years the lineup. What an improvisational play by Cam? Newton he altered the way. We look at the style of the quarterback quarterback position. Because we've seen running quarterbacks before but this is a guy who's flipping into the end zone quarterback he's making making the superman sign with his arms after scoring and you know he was such an imposing figure that he looked like a combination of a pass rusher linebacker and a running back coming at you full speed and the whole mack truck. That was something that the League really hadn't seen even before my goodness this is the NFL. You're not supposed to be able to do that. And then there was the off field appeal. This is a guy who show up to his press conferences like it was a fashion show. He's got the a bedazzled hats glasses being able to be orally gifted something that I think master to a degree. I I mean this is a guy that we couldn't take is off of whether he was on the field or off it. Do you think his style of football in some some ways impacted his body in a way that led us to this point it has to be a factor. I mean we're talking about a guy who's taken eleven hundred hundred plus hits since two thousand eleven and more than half of those at been in the last four years since around two thousand fifteen. It's more than Russell Wilson. More than any other guy. Things Ziff piled up on them as a result he was all about power shear power that was part of what made him so great. He did bulldoze the open-field he could run for the thirty yards and so just the pounding as a result has clearly affected where he is now so the first few years of camps career sort of builds towards this magical season in two thousand honey fifteen he's the MVP and it all leads up to the Super Bowl and what should have been a high point for him ended up being low one the panthers lose and perhaps unfairly the indelible memory for a lot of people is the fumble. He failed to recover. Do you think that game changed perceptions of him will it stripped him of his invincibility one personnel exact told me the Denver took his Superman Cape. They took it away and he was never the the same after that. And that's probably unfair as it's one game on the biggest stage but you know Denver played them a certain way where they kept hitting them. The seven secs comes out of the hands on the ground and still on the ground picked up by. Jj Line and since then came sense of some really good moments elements. But it's been a little hit or miss even on the field when he is in the lineup and so it was a turning point for a career that was at a wildly high trajectory. At that point you know you're talking about not only MVP season but he could get into the end zone. Whenever he wanted that year? It was just. He played a pretty much flawless season. And then and it also changed after that game so that super bowl is kind of a turning point for Cam than what happened last season in two thousand eighteen last season he was a potential. MVP candidate after the first eight or so weeks. The panthers are sitting at six into Newton. Looks Great Nineteen total touchdowns. You know he's rushing but he's also being patient in the pocket making throws so. This was a team that was on the rise and was sort of Recapturing maybe the magic. They had a couple of years earlier for that Super Super Bowl run so it was nothing but promising at that point an annual in early November. You go to Pittsburgh go to Heinz field. You're thinking this'll be another turning point for your season and then Tj Awa- comes off the blindside. He knocks Cam Newton. He runs right into that right shoulder into the turf he had already been on the injury report with a shoulder injury. They didn't think of a series of that time but watts shot clearly reaggravated things to the point where by the end of the year. He was struggling to throw the ball. Forty forty five yards. It was pretty ugly out there right. I mean he wasn't pulled but I remember. They stopped using him for Hail Marys N. It became apparent that something was deeply wrong saw. I saw that throw by CAM it. It didn't reach the end zone. landed a good fifteen yards short of the goal line. This is a guy that could throw sixty five yards on a rope and so they're taking them out and put Taylor Heinecke of all people to throw a deep ball. I mean you know. There couldn't have been a deeper foreshadow for maybe the problems that were rising with Cam Newton's future all right so he ends up shutting it down for the last two games of that two thousand eighteen season and in the off season as in he has some shoulder surgery but by the time this season starts it seems like he has recovered and things are looking optimistic again for Cham. How does the twenty nine thousand nine season actually begin for him? Throwing the ball. He looked pretty. Tentative no touchdown passes in the first two weeks he didn't really look as comfortable as he normally. Does you that. You can win games with them but certainly not an MVP level that they're used to so after the panthers second game against the Bucks it's revealed that Cam has some kind of foot foot injury but nobody really knows what's going on right. There's a lot of mystery around the injury and then all of a sudden can't puts out this fifteen minute youtube video here. We go here we we are just record. I want to be brutally honest. The video Was Him basically chillan in a hat and glasses. And he's in like this leather black chair. He opens up about his foot injury. As I'm about to jog dog around. I realize I feel like I'm in the game but it's like something. Something's missing bizarre. But it's it was good that he came on spoke about it and try to provide some clarity and in that video he basically said got hurt in the preseason Kurt the foot against the Patriots this is where I got him away because automatically. I thought I got play we. I can't let my fans down. He basically told coaches. Hey I'm good I'm all good. You know I'm Superman I can. I can continue to play and then once we to hit he reaggravated injury injury. What happened is with his foot? Is You have metatarsal bones. And they separate from the base of the FA. That's a list rank injury but if it's a really bad separation or some sort of break than usually need surgery cam has not had that yet which pretends everybody to believe that. He's got a sprain but a pretty really bad one and it just hasn't healed yet but he doesn't want to have surgery if I'm able to get the time all for me to heal and get back to a one hundred percent is it. Then I have no doubt in my mind everything that we won't as a team can still be accomplished. He made clear in the video that I need to go away and get back to what I was. And that's -nificant anytime a player says that that means they're out that doesn't mean they're going to rush back to play and so he basically new I think at that point I was GonNa shut it down

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Lutz’s kick lifts Saints to dramatic 34-31 win over Panthers

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Lutz’s kick lifts Saints to dramatic 34-31 win over Panthers

"Then only say it's all to clinch the NFC south title with a thirty four thirty one victory over the Carolina Panthers well let's is thirty three yard field goal as time expired so much the game for the saints the Panthers its rally to tie the game at thirty one after falling behind fourteen nothing Caroline and a chance to take believe the last two minutes but you always live is the twenty eight yard field goal the same thing set up lets his game winners the March sixty five yards led by drew Brees a completed six passes on the drive New Orleans needs one more victory to clinch the NFC south I'm Tom Mariam

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Bills improve to 8-3 following 20-3 win over Broncos

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00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Bills improve to 8-3 following 20-3 win over Broncos

"When the afternoon in buffalo the bills got two touchdown passes from Josh Alan hundred six yards on the ground from running back Devon single Terry and wrote a strong defense to a twenty three win over the Denver Broncos the first time since nineteen ninety six the bills have reached eighteen three Denver falling to three and eight with the loss one other bills notice bills running back Frank gore rushed for sixty five yards moving past Barry Sanders into third place on the NFL's all time rushing list Jeanne Battaglia orchard park New York

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Jackson dazzles as Ravens rout winless Bengals 49-13

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00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Jackson dazzles as Ravens rout winless Bengals 49-13

"Ravens cornerback Lamar Jackson lit up the scoreboard throwing for three touchdowns and rushing for another and leading Baltimore pass Cincinnati forty nine thirteen Jackson was dominant with two hundred twenty three yards of passing in sixty five yards rushing while only playing three quarters he says he's just trying to play better and better record in the day and I want to prove that he's never do I go out there and pride is so much you like it's a game if I can be a past pride is on take off in in the game I'm trying to pinpoint everything it was an unsuccessful debut for bangles rookie quarterback Ryan Finley as he threw for one hundred fifty nine yards and one score in the game Donald Chuck Cincinnati

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Tannenbaum Fitzsimmons, Zona Cardinals And Caleb Wilson discussed on NFL Draft

NFL Draft

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Tannenbaum Fitzsimmons, Zona Cardinals And Caleb Wilson discussed on NFL Draft

"I wanna go back real quick to to Caleb Wilson, Mr. irrelevant pick number two fifty four by the Zona cardinals tied in UCLA. Sixty catches a year ago nine hundred sixty five yards both the most in the country. Among tight ends at the F B S level. Ran a four five six forty at the combine second-fastest number for any tight end this year Dari nowkhah with you. Mike, Tannenbaum Fitzsimmons. Jim Nagy

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Russia tasks competitively at that, we covered competitively. We didn't give up lays which they've had on everybody. So we're able to keep the ball in front of us and enforcement execute of solid number of plays to booth ball. Eventually get some stops at a third down defense was competitive and those shorts and draws and goes off the field off the field all the money and after hours each time to talk football with Amy Lawrence Bill Bella check praising defense post game. At Atlanta, Subaru Fifty-three in the books a mere sixteen points between the two teams combined. There were a lot of yards for the patriots. They finished up with four hundred seven yards. But if you look at the third down numbers as Bella check notes, the Rams were three thirteen on third down. And maybe you thought the patriots were a heck of a lot better. They were three of twelve. So we'll combine. Six of twenty five on third down between these two teams. The final time of possession battle wasn't as lopsided as it was for most of the game. Because the Rams had a couple of longer possessions in that fourth quarter though, they ended up with a field goal. And then an interception, but the patriots had the ball for thirty three minutes and ten seconds to the Rams twenty six minutes and fifty seconds. The Rams had six more penalties for sixty five yards total. They couldn't afford that. And more than thirty yards lost on four sacks. So good pressure on Jared Goff by the patriots defense. And as you can imagine with Tom Brady, not playing anywhere close to his best Super Bowl or even a game to remember other than the sixth ring. He was all about praising the defense after the game as well. Our defense. That was incredible. It's a team game. Man. We we needed everyone out there. The defense played so well we finally helped them out by getting a touchdown there. They stopped them. Got the interception. Steph got the pick and then we're able to run a bunch down. And then you know, Steve drill the field goal. So that was a great way to end defense was unreal net that offensive three points. It's pretty crazy. They should be the MVP. Jilin Ataman points to the defense that should be sporting that MVP award though, he officially wins it with ten catches. And he was really the only guy for either team that was able to run free, and that was really effective. Ten catches one hundred forty one yards. He was targeted twelve times. And it seemed like whatever. Julia that'll wanted to do he was able to do it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. You're finding me on Twitter alawradio and also on our Facebook page and that our phone number's eight five five two one two four two two seven that's eight five five two one two four CBS JV long with the call on the Rams radio network. And then Bob soci- and got Zolak on the patriots radio network. Let's talk to John who's Aaron welcome to after hours. Hey, how you doing? I'm good. Good. So one thing is overlooked by people have been talking about lately is Brian Florez linebackers coach for the patriots. And I'm twenty eight years dolphins fan, and he's going to be our new head coach. And you know, what I respected what the patriots did tonight. They shut them down. Fatted for Ryan floors coming to the dolphin good. I'm glad yeah. I mean that that announcement will come up very soon, barring some unforeseen development. But yes, he he wasn't the defensive coordinator that went without one so to speak, but he was the guy who was calling the defensive plays a lot of the time. And to see the way that that defense executed the plan that was drawn up. So according to the patriots locker room and Bill Belichick after the game. He kind of gave a couple of the tenets of the game plan for the defense. One thing they really wanted to focus on what's stopping the rushing attack. So Todd Gurley. C J Anderson stuff then and then make Jared Goff beat them. So the twenty four year old as a quarterback in his first Super Bowl. They wanted to make Jared Goff beat them. They were okay with the ball in his hand. And then another piece that they really were focused on defensively was putting pressure on him without actually blitzing because they felt like. If they got too early that they would rattle him and they forced him into mistakes. And clearly you could see those mistakes. You could also see this was something that a bunch of former players were commenting on with social media is that he was so fixated on the pressure when it was coming where with coming from that he was missing not just easy throws. But he was missing guys who are wide open. He wasn't even seeing them. And so the plan to fluster Jared Goff and to make golf beat the patriots mean, it's not like, it's Bella checks first rodeo, he's faced a lot of young QB's. And it really was it really was a perfect execution by the defense. They also really mixed up the zone and the man, and they were trying to of course, confused him, and maybe give him some looks. They hadn't seen on tape. Yeah. Definitely. I just I feel like they and they went old school with eighties nineties, the I formation the pro formation on offense military genius. You know, I I gotta give it to them. Well, Bella checks game plan, and and Brian floors as well great. But Wade Phillips had a pretty sweet defensive game plan is. Well, I mean neither offense played. Well, rob gronkowski catches that perfectly thrown ball by Tom Brady. And all that's left is IOT. Michelle the punch it in. But both defensive game plans were were good. I think the major difference would be that later in the game. There wasn't as much of the explosiveness for the Rams pass rush because they had tired legs, right? Yeah. I I mean, I still gotta get going back to the eighties nineties or do you give him credit for that? I formation pro formation running the ball with a fullback. I give him credit for winning. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I thought rob Konrad doctor. I mean, guys, Michael dot, you know, the guys with the big shoulder pad just the full back in there. Just opening up holes. Like that was crazy. Yeah. I think it's pretty obvious. The game plan was to control the ball and to to try to dominate time of possession the way they have done in the playoffs. I john. Thank you so much for your phone. Call from Arizona. Good to hear from you Brian's in Baltimore. Brian welcome to after hours CBS sports radio. Right. Amy's license speak with you. Listen before I get started. I would just like thank you always like you and your show, but I fell in love with you and your show when you did the polar bear plunge tumble. Tell you what I'm not making fun of you. Because what happened where I'm an avid runner myself. And the numerous times I can't I'm sixty four years old, and I've come at a grocery store on a perfectly dry asphalt parking lot and falling on my face. Well. I am not a graceful person except for when I'm on the basketball court that was really the only time. Well, I'll tell you what I listen to give you all the credit in the world. Get to the point here as far as Super Bowl. Does. You know, I have to think of three people Edelman Birkat in gronk. And you know, I it's you can go back and forth. Whether you want to call them superstars or hall of famers, or whatever, but I would just call them reliable. I think any team in the National Football League. What happens? Some would glad to have any of them on their team because they're reliable. They hold onto the ball. And after they get the cats. They get a couple they get some more mileage out of it. And I think that's the important thing. They've done over the years that beside Brady and check has has made the their pain and as far as ballot. Check does. I mean, I think he's gotten a bad rap too. I mean you. Yeah. Do I think I think it was great him with this grandchild's air at the end. I mean certain people just aren't what you would call effervescent. And I think he's not an in person. I would say Brian publicly. I don't know if you happen to see the pre-game conversation was taped earlier in the week that he did with Phil Simms and Bill cower he was a few sips. I mean, he actually said they should have I should have paid to sit down and do this conversation. I mean, he he was very open. He was very candid. It's all about the format. I mean, I've been in Bill Belichick press conferences before where you ask him a specific question a football question, and it was questioned and he'll go on and on and on. I mean, the guy loves football. He loves the nuances. He loves the game plan. He loves the game days mean he just is doing what he loves. He's a mad scientists and every now and then as specifically after Super Bowl wins, you'll get a huge grin. You'll get him going on and on about what a player means or how a player perform. Formed in fact, Brian thank you so much for your phone call Baltimore that reminds me before we hit the top of the hour. I wanna make sure it late you hear this. Because this is a perfect example. He was asked about Patrick Chung. Because of course, Pat had a broken arm early in the second half. And when Bella check had the chance to talk about Patrick. He went on for what was almost a minute. That's such a good football player. I can't say enough about patch on it. As one of the best football players. Coach does so many things. Well. And to not have him than first of all that meant that Devon had to make some adjustments. John Jones, outta Mason adjustments Doron. And so I mean, we were spinning the wheel there because you just never lose, Pat. I mean, Pat never does everything he does it takes over plane practice things are playing a game. And so we had to scramble a little bit. But when I'm impact came out there, really we all were kind of inspired a little bit. We gotta get this for path, you know, because he he really deserves to be out there. And he's such a big part of all or we wouldn't be here without a pet Jong. There's no way. But I'm glad we're able to you know. Able to finish it often. Muster football team. So that's Bill Belichick. Speaking about one guy in the ripple effects of not having Chung in the second half. He is certainly one who is more apt to praise and to share what he knows what he feels after a Super Bowl win. But we got plenty of that from Bill Belichick. I'm wondering though, what the chant will be when they do their tickertape parade which I believe is scheduled for Tuesday. Are we gonna get another of no days off, no days or will they come up with something different? Yeah. I mean, he say's it all up. He obviously has a a million things he could say he just chooses not to. But if you did not see the sitdown with Phil Simms, who of course, played when Bella check was with the giants and Bill Kaur who's a fellow former coach he was great. I mean, he he answered every question. He gave more information than what he needed to and the three of them shared a lot of last. But it was always very it was also very informational. So go back and fee. Bill check in in different forms of people. He respects and you'll find out. He actually does have a pretty cool personality. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio..

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"We were so simple. We telegraphed everything they didn't try to cover up their signals. They told you north Turner told me after the first buffalo Super Bowl, they knew everything they certainly knew run or pass. They had Benach yours on me, and whatever I would call. They would know whether we're going to run her throat that's a big deal in a football game to have that advantage. You realize what you have you think about you got three hall of fame? I'm just saying. That's why told you yesterday they did not care about tells or secrets or or in all you're doing validate my point now. Office. Isn't that good? Yeah. Okay tail. Okay. Now, we're getting to the third point here. I told you the most shocking outcome of the first half of a football game with Saturday night right here in Los Angeles. At the surpri all seem because the Dallas Cowboys had been one of the best defenses against the run all year. They had just stifled Seattle's number one rushing attack and win New Orleans came in with I think there were the number three rushing attack on that Thursday night game. They just shut it down. They held it to sixty five yards rushing because they're really good against the. So it was as inexplicable of first half outcome as I've ever seen because I couldn't process it and don't give me Boy Genius. Sean mcveigh. Moloney team eight not show up. It was more, psychological and Malaysia. So what would? Using his into the playoffs. Now gave matter I used it validly against you know, where Rogers in the playoff game and Jerry world guess what you know, what the ram did. They took DeMarcus Lawrence theory. What you do is when you hit a mobile in the mountain and then late in the game, you can show it, you know, what else Baylor's so they hit him in the mouth and the third or fourth quarter. They choke them out. Did they choke him out an eight point game when it was early in the fourth quarter when it was fourth and one at the Rams 35-yard-line choking him out in Jason Garrett calls up the middle. And now let me get to the traction point that is a valid excuse. But your response to that excuses. Also, very valley. It was slippery it rained half the day on Saturday. And I know that field very well. I've covered hundreds of games and that Coliseum, and it has a reputation on that grass field forgetting slick, especially if it rains during the day, and there's all songs it never rains in southern California. But it does. Actually here. And when it does it really slick out there, and you have to be prepared for I and my team was not prepared. I don't know. Is it Jason GARRETT'S fall? You have to see that coming. You have to -ticipant it during pre game warm warm up you have to figure out which of the shoes work. I zinc shoes didn't work because he looked like he was running in place to me much of the night. He couldn't get traction. He couldn't get takeoff. Good to me. I've they must know how to wear the right cleats, right? You only got three. Well, I got eighteen you've got motive. All right. Somebody screwed that up for the Cowboys. Because there's no way that my defensive line gets blown off the football. They they had no traction. They look like they could not hold that line. They couldn't hold their ground, DeMarcus Lawrence active. But yeah, you told me you when you watch TV, you know, you look for guys flash. Saw no flash flashes. Because he talked about how he was going to take Jared Goff soul. I think the offensive line. I think it took himself. They call them that what they called it off the land t-shirt. Call him a body snatchers. Really body snack soul snap. Hello. What about I know? How and what happened to the woman? Cruise Rashard had a with medical hospital. He yelling screaming, Joe kinda get the blocks. I don't know..

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on First Things First

"Nine hundred sixty five yards. Ten touchdowns. Fifty seven catches no interceptions. The locket Russell Wilson. Combination was one of the most potent quarterback wide receiver combinations and football. This year. That's not going. You can't go into a game against Seattle saying we have to stop Tyler Lockett because the running game will gas. You Doug Baldwin will kill you. But he's been any normal. X factor for them all season long. This is probably the tightest matchup of what we're going to see this weekend. These are two ten and sixteens to very athletic quarterbacks to very good defenses. What do you think differentiates the two could it be could come down to coaching? If you will we'll coaching plays a huge part in it. Also, the Justice are you going to trust Pete Carroll to Bill make his achievements are is Dallas coaching staff. Jason care able to get that in that offense to build a play at a style that's conducive to that defense playing. Well, so I believe coaching will be negated. Negated on both sides. Even though Pete Carroll has a stronger playoff records stronger career record. He's a Super Bowl champion. I believe the -bility Bill to make big plays. It's hard to sustain drives a twelve play drives is very very rare. But if you can have those big and not just because I'm a wide receiver. It makes it it makes it better for the quarterbacks makes it better for the offense of line. If you're able to get those big chunk plays twenty yards through the passing game. And for me Dallas are they able to incorporate they're tied in the way they did in week number seventeen that lasts fifteen sixteen seventeen. They start throwing too tight end far more than they did during the regular season. You know, Amari Cooper is going to be a huge part of that. But can they generate some big plays from the tight end position. And one thing we're going to talk about a lot on the show today and all these match ups, and I thought it was very interesting the way Chris yesterday when we were talking about these matchups kept coming back to this point kept asking about the games and Chris's first point almost every time was all that matters is to. Win and that might seem obvious. But it was because we are now in a different part of the season where for the quarterbacks most notably this is where the quarterback wind stat. And the legacy stuff really does come into play. When we talk about is Eli manning a hall of Famer, it's all about what he did in the postseason. What is the one Philip rivers? We talk about him. It's the only knock it's what he hasn't done in the postseason. We know the environment won't be too big for Russell Wilson. We know that the guy's been to two Super Bowls has been extrordinary. This will be I don't know the twelfth biggest game. He's played in his NFL career for Dak the Cowboys. We don't know that. And I do think it's instructive as good as Dak in the Cowboys offense was in the second half of their only other playoff game. They came out in that first half against Green Bay when Green Bay built that double digit lead like a young game that the moment was even though they weren't home..

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on First Things First

"Nine hundred sixty five yards. Ten touchdowns. Fifty seven catches no interceptions. The locket Russell Wilson. Combination was one of the most potent quarterback wide receiver combinations and football. This year. That's not going. You can't go into a game against Seattle saying we have to stop Tyler Lockett because the running game will gas. You Doug Baldwin will kill you. But he's been any normal. X factor for them all season long. This is probably the tightest matchup of what we're going to see this weekend. These are two ten and sixteens to very athletic quarterbacks to very good defenses. What do you think differentiates the two could it be could come down to coaching? If you will we'll coaching plays a huge part in it. Also, the Justice are you going to trust Pete Carroll to Bill make his achievements are is Dallas coaching staff. Jason care able to get that in that offense to build a play at a style that's conducive to that defense playing. Well, so I believe coaching will be negated. Negated on both sides. Even though Pete Carroll has a stronger playoff records stronger career record. He's a Super Bowl champion. I believe the -bility Bill to make big plays. It's hard to sustain drives a twelve play drives is very very rare. But if you can have those big and not just because I'm a wide receiver. It makes it it makes it better for the quarterbacks makes it better for the offense of line. If you're able to get those big chunk plays twenty yards through the passing game. And for me Dallas are they able to incorporate they're tied in the way they did in week number seventeen that lasts fifteen sixteen seventeen. They start throwing too tight end far more than they did during the regular season. You know, Amari Cooper is going to be a huge part of that. But can they generate some big plays from the tight end position. And one thing we're going to talk about a lot on the show today and all these match ups, and I thought it was very interesting the way Chris yesterday when we were talking about these matchups kept coming back to this point kept asking about the games and Chris's first point almost every time was all that matters is to. Win and that might seem obvious. But it was because we are now in a different part of the season where for the quarterbacks most notably this is where the quarterback wind stat. And the legacy stuff really does come into play. When we talk about is Eli manning a hall of Famer, it's all about what he did in the postseason. What is the one Philip rivers? We talk about him. It's the only knock it's what he hasn't done in the postseason. We know the environment won't be too big for Russell Wilson. We know that the guy's been to two Super Bowls has been extrordinary. This will be I don't know the twelfth biggest game. He's played in his NFL career for Dak the Cowboys. We don't know that. And I do think it's instructive as good as Dak in the Cowboys offense was in the second half of their only other playoff game. They came out in that first half against Green Bay when Green Bay built that double digit lead like a young game that the moment was even though they weren't home..

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Was twenty two of twenty five for two hundred sixty five yards and three touchdowns and no interceptions. And that was arguably the fourth best performance. But in about an fell quarterback this week. Ben Rothlisberger Baker Mayfield and Mitch Trubisky. We're all all had stat lines that were better than that. Is there a point? At which the games are so offense friendly that either. They cease to be as entertaining or they cease to be challenging enough. Or is is there like a a possibility that we could be getting like to video game? Like in terms of what these numbers are. Well, I guess the question I would ask you guys is is there anyone who is not employed to help play defense in the NFL that is upset about these changes in the NFL. I don't know. I mean, I'm not sure that, you know, look, there are people employed to to make defense better in the NFL that are just struggling to do it because the rules of tilted so far in favor of offenses. But I'm not sure that NFL management or network executives. Give us shit. So good luck defensive coordinators. Well, that's true. But that's true in the NBA too. I mean, the the the advantage in the NBA has tilted so far in favor of the offense that there doesn't really seem to be a good defensive tactic other than switching just as as sort of like a neutralizing effect that can that can switch the game the other way. I mean, this was you know, we we saw in in the two thousands that like Tom tiptoes defenses really change league. And now, we're at the point when Tom tiptoe might be out of a job buddy end of the season. I think you're probably right. I mean, what would the argument the argument would be that in order for us to see and appreciate greatness that. There needs to be some sort of contrast and with like Mitchell when Mitchell Trubisky and Baker Mayfield, and Matt Berkeley or looking like hall of famers, really what is a hall of Famer like that's been an issue in the NBA this year rate is that like the numbers from a historical standpoint are kind of meaningless just because averaging twenty points doesn't mean what it did even last year a couple of years before because teams are all playing so much faster. I don't think that that's necessarily a problem. I don't think we need to like concern troll that. But I do wonder if at a certain point. I don't I don't know. I mean, I don't I don't think it's necessarily makes it less enjoyable to watch on a game to game basis. It is just weird. It's like fundamentally weird, and you don't even trust while you're seeing and what like what is it even mean to be good anymore? Maybe the answer is to get a bunch of top Madden gamers together and tell them to play defense better. See how they'll respond because you know, your story kind of raises this chicken and egg question did the video games. Anticipate the way sports would evolve over the last couple of decades or did the sports involve because of the video games, and that may sound absurd because I can't imagine that, you know, NFL executives are NBA executives were playing Madden or like, you know, asking EA sports for their statistical breakdowns. They'll maybe they were Ben. I mean, did you guys find any evidence that there is a a better correlation? And maybe that might point to the future of both these games and the league's themselves. I wish we had. I mean, we we were sort of casting around for like some NBA or NFL general manager who like was secretly playing video games on the side and just decided to scrap his entire strategy. And just do what he was doing on XBox. Because that would have. Been god. What an amazing story that was. I think I think it's more. I just. Glass would have read. The new hack heaven. I just think that there are all of these guys in both leagues. Now who spent their formative years playing video games in some way. And I just think it's sort of subconsciously shapes them. I mean, Steph curry grew up playing NBA jam and it was not weird for him to shoot three pointers. Now that is not why Steph curry is the greatest three point shooter ever. But I don't think it really hurts him either..

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Seventeen yards across the middle. His second touchdown of the day. Yeah. That was I mean that was a thrashing there with the saints going on the road against Cincinnati. And one of the things about this team. I've said it, I know other people have said the same thing. Okay. We'll see how they do when they get on the road and play tough opponent. Well, what they did is they got the Bengals defensive coordinator fired. I mean, man, he got fired after half a season done. That is unbelievable. And there were some they believe it was a secession plan in place. We're also have the opportunity to replace more than Louis, but more Lewis, the plug him, dead experiment. Look at look at these last teams book are the giants for terrible. Okay. So they'd wonder if they're the three games they started winning row Browns. Falcons giants. Okay. But since then look at the look what they've racked up here. Redskins not a bad team at the ravens not an easy place to play at the Vikings at home against the Rams and then on the road against the Bengals. I mean, they they're they're not playing the the lowest of the low in the NFL right now. No, they're not in the way, they're doing it. They're doing it like Super Bowl team should do it like when you're looking at Super Bowl teams you. Looking for like those weaknesses to fatal flaws that can come back to bite them. But when I look at this team this team is pretty intact with exception of maybe their past covered in their ability consistently get up to the passer, but offensively they can control the game. Drew Brees twenty to twenty five two hundred sixty five yards. Three touchdowns. Running the ball marking thirteen for one. Oh, four Alvin Kamara twelve for fifty six two touchdowns people thought I was kind of being over the top. When I say it. This could be the best backfield of all people. Keep throwing that at you, by the way. But I mean, the numbers are they number say like they play a style that you have to do love a like how Sean Payton doesn't add wrote this man, I spent so much time right in this big old thing on Desmond. I was ready for. And then he pauses achilles the day before. But this team is really built to win. I like how their position and you're right. You have to count the pills. The demand is the favorites to win the Super Bowl. Well, you know, I I love drop in music references on here. I my soundtrack for the saints. When you watch their offense rhythm nation. No. That's what it is. I mean, drew Brees isn't such zone right now in such a rhythm. He hits his back foot. And he knows exactly where the football is going. And it's gone. I had a chance to talk to to Mark sheriff before the game as up. He's great. And and brought up a great point where we're talking about Philip rivers and and talking about Tom Brady and some of these older quarterbacks and drew Brees came up just guys or having all this success. And he said why would you want to quit when you finally get the answers to the test? Like like, they do drew Brees knows exactly what's happening before the ball. Snapped knows exactly where he wants to go with the football. And he's accurate as all get out. I I was watching the tape this morning, and you can freeze it book the ball never comes back behind his helmet. Like, everything is right here. Just just it is darts. I mean, people say throwing darts literally is just throwing darts. And it's it's stealing. It. Absolutely. Is stealing the way. They're moving the ball. And the way it looks right now they're going to have home field advantage in the playoff is what it looks like. And I don't see. I don't see them losing it at home. They should have been truthfully. They should at least been in the in the conference championship game last year if not the Super Bowl absolutely not for the weird play down there in Minnesota. No. I mean, they are..

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Beat them Cody parking, by the way at the beginning of the year is one of the best cookers and fantasy Matthew said he wanted. Yeah. He was pretty good hitting the upright four times that's an achievement. That's like. Yeah. I don't know if he actually tried to do that. Yeah. That was impressive. Matthew said he wanted to take that game off the Bengals took their game off yesterday against the saints. Fifty one to fourteen the Saint just go there in absolutely steam, roll them the saints are on fire right now. Do they even need second wide receiver? Mike do they even bother replacing desk? Brian who replaced Ted gain who replaced? I don't even know who you're not. You're not in an on Keith Kirkwood who ran nine of a possible. Twenty five routes yesterday added nowhere called up off the practice squad on Saturday so Kirkwood, he obviously while if the fantasy writer don't worry about him looks like they're gonna bring in Brandon Marshall for a workout Esra trae quantum it. Yes. This appointing game. But he was on the field for twenty two of twenty seven possible routes in this game. You like that the targets will come at that to some extent. But he and he's been floating around four or five, but it is a great offense. So there's still some bench value to be had maybe he flirts with the flex writer this week, of course with six teams out. But I just want to take one moment here to tell the people that were so fired up about Dez Bryant there were so excited, but does Brian and film. I talked with his who's Adnan sixty five percent of leagues. And we were like, whoa. What what are you guys doing here? Look at this game. The saints scored fifty one fifty one points. Drew Brees threw for two hundred sixty five yards three touchdowns only three incompletions braces. So good. And literally Michael Thomas is the only wide receiver that is viable like, you know, Ben Watson didn't do anything in this trae Kwan Smith as we mentioned into anything like this. And this is a game where they through the were drew Brees was on fire and they scored fifty one points. What what do you expect does Brian to have done in this offense? I I don't know. I'm just like I'm just gonna see football a game. That is played with significant emotion. I yeah, that's the truth. The Bengals are a little bit. I guess I just don't see that. Because I don't play. I'm very emotionless. I'm just I'm like this again like this calm storm that I never have highs or lows. The second home storm is that what you said something like that in calm water. What would it be? Yeah. I would say calm seas way to put it dot com storm thing. But like, you know, I'm calm seas across the seas. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. There's going to be some sort of nautical term. Is there not a term for that? Like, whereas like smooth sailing makes. Yes, I like that one that one was good. Yeah. So for the Benny once they really laid an egg including like golf storm. In really English is my second language in fairness to me English is my second language. Andy Dalton really laid an egg yesterday. He was benched after twenty attempts one hundred fifty three yards one touchdown Matthews's. Got the bone up. I'm holding a bone for those of you watching us live on Twitter because he can watch us live on Twitter every single day at fantasy focus. I'm holding a bone. I'm holding a bone to represent something. Specifically when it comes to the Cincinnati Bengals. Okay. So it is a dog bone. I just wanna be clear about that is a dog bone is a visual representation of what I believe happens when you trust a Cincinnati Bengal. They give you one of these one of these dog bones. Kate got it just a short it up. They own you. That's a way to put it that way to shorten it up. Just like the the Bengals bone you lost. So right. I got so. So just see understand. That's that's what we're talking about here..

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"And so then became a situation where the only way to use that tunnel was to go a hundred fifty yards to a field where they could emerge unseen and and get away as a hundred sixty five yard tunnel basically Herath. That's okay. That's. That's crazy. I played football in high school. One hundred yards is really long. I've crawled on my hands and feet bare crawled one hundred yards and that was terrible. I can't imagine picking your way like what did they? I mean, how did they do this without getting detected? Like how do they not make any noise? What did they use for tools? How do they keep the thing supported? Like? How do they know how to build a tunnel? I mean it was it was. It was absolutely horrify the situation that they faced while building this tunnel on. I remember even writing and thicky myself, God, I could never have done this. I mean, you central, you have them going into this tunnel digging through the dirt with spoons the end of a bed stand and again, they're not building this tunnel is you imagine probably imagine a tunnel or you can stand up in walk through or even crawl on your hands and knees. I mean, you literally, it was so small that you could. You could barely lie flat without the your back, touching the top of the tunnel and your elbows, touching the sides. So they were essentially just creating a small borough as they could because the amount of excavations of dirt and stone of the couldn't hide plus it would just take longer. So you have these, these, these men like they go in there digging away, they hall supply halt their doubt with the sack and they continue onward and the deeper, they get the, the Staehler, the less oxygen air has than they have to create a bellows or or feeding air into the system and it could collapse it any moment. There was constantly falling in your face down your neck. At any moment, you can basically be interred in killed, and it was for particularly for one of the men casper for Kennard. It was the pilot, you know, he was a claustrophobia, aided, confined spaces in yet. He's down there. He wants to give so bad badly down in this dark Bank tunnel illuminated by single candle hacking away at the. Ground ahead of the I got claustrophobia, just reading. It wouldn't be good. It wouldn't be good. And did besides the officers did other people in the camp? No, that there was a tunnel. Like was it an open secret? It was. I wouldn't call it quite an open secret as much as it was. It was something that you know the officers, there was this small cabal of men. So there is the core group of twelve officers at the head of the tunnel. David Gray was called the father of the tunnel, wanted to keep it small, but it. But the fact was that he needed some of the orderlies seven enlisted men that help them not only because they needed supplies of because the entrance to the tunnel was actually in their water leaks quarters underneath their quarters in the basement. So they needed uniform from them. So few of them new. And then as you get further along the story and and months pass more and more people are brought in because more and more supplies information and and people were. Needed to be in on the now..

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Patrick Mahomes of Kansas City Chiefs sets mark with 22 touchdown passes in first 8 career games

Golic & Wingo

11:21 min | 2 years ago

Patrick Mahomes of Kansas City Chiefs sets mark with 22 touchdown passes in first 8 career games

"You. So much. It's so interesting because you wanna you wanna look at this chief team because you look at them last year what five and all right? And then the the season that went on from their two thousand thirteen it were nine nine with Alex Smith at quarterback, and they went to and five their last seven games ended up not even winning the division. I don't believe that year that the lost in the wildcard round to Houston when they had used like five quarterbacks during the season. I think two thousand thirteen I think I think it was. But then again, that's where they started out nine. And no my point being more that it's like, yeah. I look into the platform the colts. Maybe the they lost to the colts. They lost to the colts. At you. High forty four big comeback. Unreal Dwayne everybody. And then you go back to Andy Reid and Philadelphia close into deal closing the deal. You know, this guy goes to NFC championship game after NFC championship game one to and they can't run them out of town fast enough. But that's gonna be the book is, okay. It all looks good. But can they finally close it out? They've been there before Andy Reid has been there before, you know, Philadelphia. Kenny finally, close it up man with this with Mahomes. It just seemed like the kid is just fearless out there last night was about teams that were both there to try and show. They could defy expectations of those past versions of themselves and one team in Kansas City, continued to stave that off for the time being and the other in the Bengals invited all the usual, criticisms, right? Exactly. I mean, I think that's another loss by Andy Dalton on Sunday night. I don't think he's a verse to Sunday night. I think normally if you're on a Sunday night, you're playing it gets a really good team. It's a Mark up more than anything else. But to the point about Andy Reid, here's Andy Reid, not talking about Patrick Mahomes, but talking about the running game, which let's hope he can. Continues to talk and remember about throughout this entire season Kareem is what you did last year too mean he's playing as well as any rain back in the National Football League. He's not only running the ball like crazies, catching the football. I actually took him out before he broke the hundred yard marker had an opportunity to for this game. But he would have done that goes off to Kareem. I just I think he's playing great football right now and tougher bone. So he's punishing right now. And that's. Something to watch. And the interesting thing there guys is we saw this from Corinne last year in his rookie year. And remember he sorta hit that rookie wall right around week nine or week ten and his production fell way off. So you have to think that Kareem now understands better how to handle himself going forward for the longer season in the NFL is opposed to a while. We're given a lot of love to pack them homes and Kareem at offense. But we've seen a lot of power out of that offense. But what have we seen on the other side? We see at times a horrible defense. This defensive went up against what we thought it was pretty good offense or a lot of weapons on offense and only gave up ten points only gave up ten point. Now Cincinnati had to get out of there out of their game plan ios twenty four seven at halftime thirty one seven with eleven minutes ago in the third quarter. So you kind of have to adjust a little bit. But any Andy Dalton fifteen of twenty nine they they rushed for only sixty five yards again, they couldn't run as much because of the game plan. But you gotta get some credit to that the Kansas City Kansas City defense gets put in a nice situation because they get to. Play more one dimensional on defensive knowing the opponent has to pass the ball a little more and that helps and then they have to go out and get the job done. Yeah. You've got to hold up your end of the bargain the way the team is built the two thousand twelve team. I played on at Notre Dame the number one defense in college football. So we knew we were going to get more cracks at it. Because they turn the ball over a lot, and they were going to get more stops, which meant we had more offense obssession. So we had to just hit on a big place. Something put a consistent drive together. Every once in a while to spell them. So that they could go and continue to be great while we were above average on offense for this Kansas City. Chiefs defense, you have to just go out there and pick spots where you get stopped. Be situational the way Tedy Bruschi and others have described modern NFL defense because your offense more often than not is going to put you in more advantageous advantageous situations than almost any other team in football. Absolutely. But you gotta give the chiefs defense credit 'cause the Bengals started that game with the ball. And they started with a three and out which I think, you know, I think people in Kansas.

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Patrick Mahomes of Kansas City Chiefs sets mark with 22 touchdown passes in first 8 career games

CBS Sports Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Patrick Mahomes of Kansas City Chiefs sets mark with 22 touchdown passes in first 8 career games

"Week week seventeen of last season. And then the first seven games of this season in which the chiefs are six one. So in eight games. Pat, Mahomes has more touchdown passes than. Any other quarterback in NFL history. Also the chiefs were five for seven in the red zone. What first of all it's pretty impressive to be in the red zone seven times but five for seven is nearly automatic. Meanwhile, the Bengals for whatever reason could not take advantage of a chiefs defense that was the last in the league entering this game. And a lot of that has to do with what happened against the New England Patriots a week ago, the cheese numbers, really inflated or deflated if you take into account the game against doing and how many yards and how many points were given up to Tom Brady and the pats offense, but Cincinnati couldn't establish the run. While Casey is rushing for a hundred and ninety eight yards the Bengals managed sixty five yards. And Joe makes was definitely a focus for the KC d. He only had fifty yards. A lot of punting. A lot of three and outs. A lot of stunted drives. And while the Bengals dropped to four and three. What don't you know with the Pittsburgh Steelers on a by? They officially take over first place

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Think it's really very concise. How they call the right play for the right situation. They realize they only needed a really small yard yards pick up the first down, and they were running routes accordingly that could get open and would be easy catches for a first down. Under eight minutes to play and counting in the fourth quarter. Nothing Green Bay on top of buffalo. Riders under center Jones. The tailback Jones says sixty five yards on eleven carries. But his wealth rod is not going for much Lorenzo Alexander stops him for no gain. Doug. You've obviously played in a stadium before it's changed a bit since then. Yes. Yes. Bigger video boards. But what do you remember about the time that you play? I generally for whatever reason it seemed like every game I played here was the last game of the year freezing cold temperatures wind blowing in playing very physical. Green Bay team. Maybe not necessarily the most successful or skilled always very physical second and ten for the Packers at their own thirty three Rogers to throw out of the gun. He's pressured by Hughes spins out at Roger still on his feet. Throws it to the left side and out of bounds invented for Davante Adams at midfield. Terron Johnson on the coverage. But you you told us a story earlier off the air about your first game here. Yes. That's one of the funniest things. I've heard a referee come over say to a like, well what what happened. Well, you know going into this game. I was told that it was going to be the fight of your wife. Green Bay Chicago Bears. Nothing was worse while you're was this nineteen seventy five. I took it literally as a fight. So I was penalised up here. Multiple times. You know, I wish I could have some of those days back third and ten of the thirty three throw over the middle for Adams. He has the forty but he is a yard shy or two yards shy of the first down to the forty one to gain of eight brings up fourth down. But when you pick up your third personal foul penalty for a late hit. What are the referee? Go over this. I wanna actually he grabbed me by the back of the shoulder shirt and took me over to the sidelines and told the head coach, listen you'd better get this guy out of the game. And you know, so I don't know if I got angry. So after that temporary my control of playing against the Green Bay Packers and respected them more than anything else. JK Scott on the punt as the sun peeks through for the first time today how about that? Hang time on this. From Scott McCloud was called for a fair. Catch got hit right after that. No flag dole. The drive will start at the sixteen yard line after the forty two yard punt. Six oh to go on the game..

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LA Rams beat Minnesota Vikings 38-31

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:44 min | 2 years ago

LA Rams beat Minnesota Vikings 38-31

"In the man cave. One of the things that's being talked about is. What happened in the the Rams showdown against the Minnesota Vikings? And what in the world is going on? This is a hint as to what happened one of the world is going on with the Minta soda Vikings. They are not what they were billed to be. And I used to cover Mike Zimmer who's the coach of the Vikings really like him when he was a coordinator with the Dallas Cowboys and boy the Vikings go out they pay a fortune for Kirk cousins. And it's it's not working out quite the way they were hoping and part of the reason is because they ran into a hot ran ram team and Jared Goff here. Listen to this connection for golf. What? Goth throws over the middle. Touchdown. What ties franchise record? Touchdown pass of the cave haram style lead thirty seven twenty eight thirty seven twenty eight thanks to the Westwood One radio network for that it was the Rams over the Vikings thirty eight thirty one and the end Jared Goff who was the young quarterback for the Rams twenty six of thirty three four hundred sixty five yards and five TD's Todd Gurley. Seventeen carries eighty three yards. So the Rams are perfect. Therefore, no three no at home in front of the home

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"I five so would have had to be a fifty five yard ball to the end zone. If you throw it from the line of scrimmage, he gets subbed out your Kobe. Perset comes into throw it. He throws it from the forty two. So it's a fifty eight yard ball to the end zone. He makes like seven yards in. I think it's sixty five yard bomb. He throws and then obviously as coats fans. This was a bit alarming because it's not like it's from the thirty. It's not like it's from the thirty five. It's not like you need a jamarcus Russell. Now. Granted Jacoby has a hose, let's not judge him at all. But whenever you have a quarterback coming back from a shoulder injury who sat out a year and a half to rehab, this thing you would think you'd be back in the fact that they pull him Frank right, pulls him. And then Andrew luck afterwards goes, oh yeah, I trust the decision. Jacoby has a gigantic arm like, hey, if Andrew luck is viewing a fifty five yard balls at gigantic arm at one hundred and forty million dollars for concern. There gigantic concern that is a huge concern. Tom Brady, I think at his age. You can hit that throw. If he asked Terry, probably can go out there and throw that ball in. Andrew. Looks like, yeah. I mean, I'll work on getting my arm to throw the ball eighty yards. It's like, didn't need eighty yards. Andrew only needed fifty five fifty six yards here. That is the difference. That was something that scared me as a coach fan a little bit shakes. Your confidence is a colts fan for sure. Yes. If he doesn't have confidence in that arm, then I have zero but also like defenses. See that. Yes. So now they can just fuck. Yes. Yes. All underneath. Yes, It's it's like. like. The day sub him. They sent him out for fifty five yarder. Let's bring a safety up into the box. Let's go ahead and this box up. It don't matter if they trade for Levy on bell or not, which is boss, boy guess now it's dealers are thinking about it. He can't get over the top of us. He can't get it over the top us at all. He can't hit it back shoulder ball if you have to because you have to be able to have a little heat with that. Everything is going to be dinking dumped. That's Gary to think about. I think Andrew luck looks good physically, but that whole that whole thing that happened there at the end was very much I opening. I was like, whoa, wait a minute, a fifty five yard toss. There's high schoolers that can do that. Yeah, there's junior high kids. I can. I can do it with guaranteed. I could do that, but obviously a freak athletes. I don't like to judge others by my stand. It was very scary, the bills Vikings game in mind. Blower absolute mind blower for everybody. Sterkel, Josh Allen, getting up over a be like that though, is just incredibly nuts. He almost caught his tainted by Ps helmet and then they come in there seventeen point underdogs seventeen point underdogs that has to be one of the largest in recent NFL history. The NFL has built on parody where any given Sunday, literally the name of the movie bills fans are just watching the team walk into the fucking skull dome in just be seventeen point underdogs in then Salata Zimmer's Vikings. So as a player, what happens in the locker room there guys just like, yeah, we're, we're gonna win to real cavalier real casual. I don't know. I honestly don't know because for my job, it was very much me and a bowl, right? So it's me and the ball, so it's not really dealing with everybody else. Now, granted snapper us a snap people. Well, at the block, owners have do their job. But for me, it was just me and the ball. So in every single week I could get ruined. So it's like every time I step up, I have to do it. I guess there is a thought though, or some people relax or they kind because everybody's like, oh, this is a trap game..

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"I five so would have had to be a fifty five yard ball to the end zone. If you throw it from the line of scrimmage, he gets subbed out your Kobe. Perset comes into throw it. He throws it from the forty two. So it's a fifty eight yard ball to the end zone. He makes like seven yards in. I think it's sixty five yard bomb. He throws and then obviously as coats fans. This was a bit alarming because it's not like it's from the thirty. It's not like it's from the thirty five. It's not like you need a jamarcus Russell. Now. Granted Jacoby has a hose, let's not judge him at all. But whenever you have a quarterback coming back from a shoulder injury who sat out a year and a half to rehab, this thing you would think you'd be back in the fact that they pull him Frank right, pulls him. And then Andrew luck afterwards goes, oh yeah, I trust the decision. Jacoby has a gigantic arm like, hey, if Andrew luck is viewing a fifty five yard balls at gigantic arm at one hundred and forty million dollars for concern. There gigantic concern that is a huge concern. Tom Brady, I think at his age. You can hit that throw. If he asked Terry, probably can go out there and throw that ball in. Andrew. Looks like, yeah. I mean, I'll work on getting my arm to throw the ball eighty yards. It's like, didn't need eighty yards. Andrew only needed fifty five fifty six yards here. That is the difference. That was something that scared me as a coach fan a little bit shakes. Your confidence is a colts fan for sure. Yes. If he doesn't have confidence in that arm, then I have zero but also like defenses. See that. Yes. So now they can just fuck. Yes. Yes. All underneath. Yes, It's it's like. like. The day sub him. They sent him out for fifty five yarder. Let's bring a safety up into the box. Let's go ahead and this box up. It don't matter if they trade for Levy on bell or not, which is boss, boy guess now it's dealers are thinking about it. He can't get over the top of us. He can't get it over the top us at all. He can't hit it back shoulder ball if you have to because you have to be able to have a little heat with that. Everything is going to be dinking dumped. That's Gary to think about. I think Andrew luck looks good physically, but that whole that whole thing that happened there at the end was very much I opening. I was like, whoa, wait a minute, a fifty five yard toss. There's high schoolers that can do that. Yeah, there's junior high kids. I can. I can do it with guaranteed. I could do that, but obviously a freak athletes. I don't like to judge others by my stand. It was very scary, the bills Vikings game in mind. Blower absolute mind blower for everybody. Sterkel, Josh Allen, getting up over a be like that though, is just incredibly nuts. He almost caught his tainted by Ps helmet and then they come in there seventeen point underdogs seventeen point underdogs that has to be one of the largest in recent NFL history. The NFL has built on parody where any given Sunday, literally the name of the movie bills fans are just watching the team walk into the fucking skull dome in just be seventeen point underdogs in then Salata Zimmer's Vikings. So as a player, what happens in the locker room there guys just like, yeah, we're, we're gonna win to real cavalier real casual. I don't know. I honestly don't know because for my job, it was very much me and a bowl, right? So it's me and the ball, so it's not really dealing with everybody else. Now, granted snapper us a snap people. Well, at the block, owners have do their job. But for me, it was just me and the ball. So in every single week I could get ruined. So it's like every time I step up, I have to do it. I guess there is a thought though, or some people relax or they kind because everybody's like, oh, this is a trap game..

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Pretty incredible the buzz willie taggart has going at florida state seminoles new head coach seems to be making all the right moves so far of course they haven't played a real game yet but they did have a practice game yesterday sixty thousand plus showing up at doak campbell for the garden and gold game bringing back some of the grades part of the taggart appeal dion sanders primetime at bobby bowden in the house big plays and trick plays highlighting the game james blackman making a bid to stay the starting quarterback threw for two hundred fifty nine yards and a touchdown and how about nice villes deontay sheffield the redshirt freshman showing he might be in the mix come fall at a sixty five yard touchdown catch here and led all receivers with nine catches for a hundred seventeen yards willie taggart now heading out on the fsu booster tour which to stop in pensacola a week from wednesday dan mullen also making his spring debut yesterday of florida foreign the theme during touchdown passes the former players coming off the sidelines part of the event but also some glimpses into the quarterback battle fleet bay franks returning part time starter had more success running the ball fellow sophomore kyle trials showing a little more slinging it back shoulder pass their freshman emory jones got in there to throw a couple touchdowns the group obviously key to the gators offense coming around and coach mullen light some of what he saw i saw some really good things i saw some miss simple things you know and it is it gets into the speed of the decisionmaking comfort of the offense and you know i'll watch them make a great read and get to a second or third read in the progression pretty quickly make a great throw move the chains and then the next one i'll watch a miss the i read and try to launch one down the field uw have softball ranked seventeenth in the nation hosting auburn montgomery double header today the one the first game nine one second game the bottom of the.

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Eight hundred sixty five yards you have kind of interesting right because usually it's drew brees drew brees has led the nfl in passing yards four out of the last five seasons but would you believe this is a guy who is three hundred yards shy of brady because he just doesn't pass nearly as much now he does have more yards per attempt than brady does in fact he made he injured golfer tops in the league i think in yards per attempt breeze right up there though but yeah it's it's tom who has the thirty eight hundred sixty five yards he stirred with 27 td passes and only stuff in only a six total interceptions not the fewest number of picks but also right there in the top and so he's either leading or near the top in all the major categories despite this past game in which they lost to the dolphins and the offense was hideous could could barely get up and down the field did not convert a third down and obviously the loss is the is the big staff at you remember the right now those three q bs are the candidates for mvp but what about antonio brown that's another name to consider think about that will make the case for antonio brown after the break but in the meantime you can find me on twitter a law radio maybe there's another candidate that we haven't considered that you think should be part of this conversation again a law radio no we're not going to facebook live it a be that's not going to happen and antonio brown needs to be focused on the patriots biggest steelers patriots is coming up this weekend what do you to wait until you hear what mike tomlin head to say this time about the pats and the steelers badging up in week fifteen so you've got the twitter phone number is eight five five two one two four two two seven that's eight five five two one two four.

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"Time twenty 27 21 brett highly 35 of forty six two hundred and sixty five yards three touchdowns jamal williams fifteen carries forty nine yards one touchdown also had seven receptions for sixty nine yards and a touchdown and then davante adams ten receptions for eighty four yards and two touchdowns jordi jordy nelson still missing you guys find him let me know by allegation missing since her rogers went down so maybe it will be good for him because aaron rodgers probably gonna come back next weekend shout out to bread humbly i've hated on him for a while i guess you could say and never really thought he was a good quarterback we know he did did the job got you got it done now he's got a green bay in a spots were raj can come back i'm late in the playoffs and you know up brunell is going to be the backup quarterback for green bay for a bunch years because he's not bad i guess like terrible as a backup quarterback it pretty much comes in and he's mediocre enough to where you still have a chance i guess against the bad team so shout out to him but ask for the browns you got the sean kaiser he went twenty 20th 28 from on the ball two hundred fourteen yards had three touchdowns but also so had two interceptions isaiah crowe l nineteen carries hundred twenty one yards no touchdowns josh gordon three reception sixty nine yards and a touchdown corey komen five reception sixty two yards and a touchdown and to johnson four sections forty one yards and a touchdown but once again the bay area not the main was the packers beat the browns 27 21 only cleveland's gonna win another game after actually when i'm not even another getting they're not going to win a game this season i don't think this team even when they play good they blew so doesn't really matter i'm actually gonna talk about them and the third cement pretty much look ahead of their scheduled see if we can find a way for them to win so.

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Nine helps at one hundred sixty five yards at the half handoff gets completely destroyed take golvin as he loses three of apply that's one of those plays where he could have cut grad bob because the entire dallas cowboys office of line they pushed grit jones right into the back were slanting vet way anthony hit cheese in tehran elliott got the hit so second and third team gouge assured of the giant 45 manning out of a shotgun goulet handoff rouen and cowboys the right therefore they tackled with the forty seven bill that will set up third in town thought that your original scrimmage on third longest today as the giants ago quick here cowboys sub personnel now we got to wrestle at dallas has to use a time out proud of this this is they first charge time route dallas thirty seconds i'm out so eleven nineteen to go here the half tied a ten gouge your southern people on and off the field figure of it's a laudable giants are going to have a third and ten or one of the things that the giants of dante stay out of a ton of third along this will be their third down attempt of nine glossed which killed in front of the last one was down in a red zone which he was an a posteriori their hope for cheer on third and nine plus today one of the native really try they just ran a draw on a third of fourteen.

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Home isn't just a place it's a feeling the feeling that you're safe to enjoy the things that matter most whether for your home or business adt helps keep you safe so you can feel protected wherever you are introducing the adt security starter kit everything you need to get started with adt pulse including a camera professionally installed for only forty nine dollars visit adtcom today to learn more requires thirty six month monitoring contract insulation and activation fees apply enrollment in q s p an easy pay required certain markets excluded licences available at adtcom florida ef zero zero zero one one two one louisiana f one six three nine welcome to the undisputed podcast i'm your host joy taylor on today's show with the cowboys have put up a better fight against the falcons with ezekiel elliott plus reaction to the angels tom brady lead in the past has the broncos and which we make up the topheavy nfc yet ten m let's see to it the cowboys were blown out by the falcons yesterday 277 dallas was without ezekiel elliott and in his absence alford morris there in mcfadden and rod smith combined to rush for just sixty five yards the cowboys were also without ironsmith in chas green struggled big time replacing him dak prescott was sacked eight times six of those by adrian claiborne let's listen to jack in green after the game it's obviously wasn't you know ma best deal tom i'll take us on scholla's amal of myself in the mirror and do so fixed the things that i need to fix we're not gonna place as a says chas minutes it's whatever it is but we'll go back and and we'll look and as i said i probably could've got the ball out fast with some tom so we got to ashes kicked in law who will get better from and that's what happened in denver as you saw we got better from it on we'll get better who will get better from this one is well shannon how much to dallas miss zeke now i can't wait for this.

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"sixty five yards" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five yards" Discussed on KGO 810

"You know the people talk about rueben foster we will brian hoyer the quarterback always draws a lot of attention wanna see these new wide receivers untied ads and things but keita last year the niners allowed one hundred sixty five yards a game on the ground last in the league and i don't care what level of football your plan you cannot lead teams run all over you and your deal lineup front has got to form a line of scrimmage at some point you know you play linebacker probowl level you had add some haass's in front of you when it matters the niners have used a lot of resources for the defensive line you know we've seen to force bucknor eric armstead number one picks being utilized there and i'm anxious to watch the defence of lying grouping because that's still can you whip agai oneonone can you bring the noise past rush wise can you have some integrity th the longest scrimmage so you you a wall there and stop the run and there's a lot of talent and a lot of bodies and a lot of competition i want to be of watching the dealine tonight low bit julia to fits again i mean all of us remember last year i think what's exciting for this the fences for the most part they don't have all that as a member erase the starting over tonight and what they have is an approach a mind of attack physicality right now in every defense was that tac and every defense wants to be physical but but this the fence is being built a row being simple taken advantage of the letica ability that you have it the positions and boy do you have it on the defensive line eric arms to the.

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