8 Burst results for "Steve Deberg"
"steve deberg" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Well, it's tough because like Brady, you needed to like see how it marinated and how it resonated over time. And it's like in the moment, it's like how you say, like, you shouldn't pick the best picture picture winner. Oscar until five years after the movies come out. It's like we're not going to be able to know if Brock Purdy has it until five years from now. But I mean, everything is there. He's got zero interceptions this year. He's undefeated in the regular season. I think Brady went what, like 11-3, 11-2 in his first full year as a starter when they won the Super Bowl. Yeah, I don't know. He's got the luck thing that Brady had, too. Like, Danny remembers the Giants game a couple weeks ago. What did they drop, like four Purdy picks in the first half or three Purdy picks? And it just like tip balls that fall into Brandon Iuc's hand. He just has that that horseshoe up his ass. Brady had and Brady had a knack for like his worst plays. Then all of a sudden, didn't matter. Like he threw an interception against Carolina in the second Super Bowl in the end zone where we're about to win the game. Like it's there's like seven minutes left for him to go by two scores. The game's done. And he threw it right to the Panthers. And then the Panthers came right down and scored and had the lead. And then Brady brought the Pats back and got the winning or they tied the game. And then Brady brought the Pats back for the winning field goal. But that pass was just a race from history. And I feel like Purdy has that quality, too. All right. Here's my last one. You guys, I don't even really have a name for this. It's just an entire class of people that I grew up with, the backup quarterback who was just good enough when he played that you thought, why isn't this guy like one of the 10 best quarterbacks in the league? This is Minshew. Minshew just gets thrown into games. And not only do the Colts hold whatever is happening, sometimes he'll even be better. And you can watch two hours of a Minshew. Oh, my God. Richardson's heard. Oh, my God. Somebody else has heard. Minshew will come in and you'll go, man, Minshew. I take him on my team. Like, why isn't could Minshew go 12 and five? These are the guys. I grew up with guys like Don Strack, Steve DeBerg, these people that eventually did in a lot of a lot of cases become starters because they were so good as backups. And there are no people like this anymore, except for Gardner Minshew. So, well, you know, who's in 1989, you know, who's another one who just jumped onto the scene is Josh Dobbs for the rest of his career now. Right. But Josh Dobbs is almost like he's another version of that, right? He's kind of like scrap. He got thrown in, did better than you think. Maybe he does become that Minshew, I feel like is going to be like this until he's 41 years old. I think he's going to be on 11 teams and just consistently coming in and kind of elevating them for two games. But, you know, it's not real. This was a whole species of person when I was a kid. I don't know if this is the specific cop and this might be a bad cop, but, you know, off the top of my head, what you're describing reminds me of the second half of Jeff Garcia's career for Gardner Minshew. That's a good one. Well, there was also that, uh, which McCown was it? No, uh, Case Keenum. Case Keenum was a little like that without the success. But then he had that one year when he was good on Minnesota and people are like, this isn't real. There's no way they can keep doing this. And then meanwhile, they, uh, would they make the NFC title game? I do feel like Minshew is going to have a moment like that because he's like Purdy. He makes decisions fast. He's decently accurate. He carries himself like he thinks he's good. And, uh, I don't know. I'm still in on Minshew. I still, I still like him. You mentioned Keenum. I think Keenum is getting paid, like, I think I could be wrong, eight million bucks to be the backup. We were just talking on the fantasy show about how Brock Purdy is making like 50 grand a week to play. Oh, my God. We were just talking about how, like, he leads. We were talking about, like, we had, you know, this EPA per play and we were like, what if you do it by EPA per pay? Like, how much expected points out of these guys are doing by how much they make? Like, shout out Scott Barrett at, um, Fantasy Points who came up with that. But the it's not it's if you look out the money, like you could, Austin Gale helped me with running some of it. But basically, the Niners are paying like four grand for every point that Brock is adding. And meanwhile, Deshaun Watson's like getting half a million dollars for every point he's taking away. And then so look at that. Like Brock Purdy would be like the 68th highest paid quarterback. Like he'd be the 35th highest paid backup quarterback. I want to shout out Davis Mills because I think he has Minshew potential, too. I think there's going to be a whole arc with Davis Mills with with a beard, some sort of like maybe like bleach blonde hair. And he lands on a second team and then all of a sudden goes four and one and people like, whoa, Davis Mills, where did this come from? Yeah, backups need to have a look. You know what I mean? Backups need to have a look. And Davis Mills has got the weird long neck. Yes. If Davis Mills covers up the long neck with a beard, that would do a lot for him. Minshew realizes this immediately. Minshew was like, I'm growing a mustache. I'm going to look my hair is going to look cool. I'm going to have a look like a biker. Yeah. Mills needs to stand out. Fitzpatrick to me is the and I should have mentioned him sooner, but he's the gold standard. And once he grew the beard, it suddenly became reasonable that he would be on the Amazon halftime show. Right. Another guy kind of like this, Taylor Heinecky. Yeah, maybe. So maybe he needs like some sort of look, maybe like a middle part. The scary movie three, every time the sheriff comes back, the hat keeps getting bigger the entire movie. I want every year Davis Mills comes back. Maybe we just make his neck like one inch longer. You got to cover up the neck. Yeah. The long necks never succeed. Mike Glennon, it doesn't work. We got to go because Austin Gayle's coming in. You brought him up and now he's the next guest. Danny and Craig, great to see you guys. We can listen to you on the Ringer of Fantasy football show. Craig, I will see you on on Friday as we tape our next 1993 movie that you haven't seen. Do you want to announce it or no? So people can watch? I hinted at it in the intro. What should we say? What it is? Yeah. Why not? Give people the weekend.
"steve deberg" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"The baker is coming up next hour. Welcome back. I'm Jim Rome. But coming up right this segment. Is a senior NFL reporter and an insider for CBS Sports and CBS Sports HQ previously worked for The Charlotte Observer, was a national NFL writer for Sports Illustrated as well in front of the program. He is Jonathan Jones. Jonathan, What's going on? How are you? Okay, I'm doing well happy that we are back in football season, right? Best thing ever. All right, so the season kicked off last night Dallas at Tampa Bay lots to talk about Jonathan coming out of that game, But why don't we start with the obvious spot? Tom Brady. I'm not surprised that the guy still applying at this level at 44, but it sounds ridiculous to say that I'm not surprised that he's playing at this level at age 44. What do you make of what you saw from him last night? Yeah, it is. It is ridiculous. And it's not all at the same time because we were there in Tampa last season and in the Super Bowl, and so we saw it, And so now it's not ridiculous, but I've watched him last night. And, you know, I spoke with Steve DeBerg, the former quarterback whose record as the oldest quarterback to ever play in a game and starting a game. Tom Brady is going to ultimately break. I spoke with him a couple of years ago, and he thought that time would be able to do it when a lot of people didn't think the time would make it to this age and be playing at this level, and I thought to myself Watching. Why won't Tom Brady do this at 47? Why won't he do it at 48? When is enough going to be enough for Tom Brady? Because when we saw what about what a men and a half left in the game, we knew that he was going to go down the field. Did we know that there was going to be a slight push off by Chris Godwin and that the rest wouldn't throw the flag? Well, if we look at history from the past season of the NFL rests are not throwing Opie is out there, so I'm not surprised that flag wasn't thrown, but There's nothing else you can really say about Tom Brady. The superlatives are used up. It's just you knew it was going to happen. I think everyone there knew it was going to happen. And then of course it happened. Agreed Jonathan Jones joining us. I'm gonna follow up and go back to the point about the referees in a minute. I do want to ask you about one more guy. I mean, his greatest. Brady was the dude who stole the show for me was Vita via How much fun is it to watch This guy work on the interior? Man. I mean, just pushing that center into the lap of that Prescott, who had a fantastic game, right? And who should be on a very short list early short list for NFL M v P, But he was doing it from the nose and from the five technique he was doing it all across the defensive line. And you know that he is the reason he and and consumer the reasons that you know, Zeke Elliott only rushed the ball 11 times and up until that 13 yard carry you take that away Had 10 carries for 20 yards. I mean, he was doing it in the past first game as well as of course, in the run stopping game. Just an incredible force. They're not just the guy who takes up blocks. But really does affect plays and get back into the quarterbacks lap. Jonathan Jones joining me once again. So what about that? I mean, he got kind of a slow start. But then he got rolling. How to explain a guy in his first game in nearly a year, coming off the surgery and the injury that he had missing all of the preseason and just showing up on that big stage against that defense and putting up the numbers he did last night. Well, there's no tangible evidence. I thought about this last night because I had said before the game. I don't have any evidence that that Prescott is going to have this sort of game that he wound up having when you consider the injury that he had and sort of the weirdness and the great cloud around the team and how he didn't participate in competitive periods for a month. And then obviously he's coming off the foot and ankle. But then you take into account the intangibles and the drive that he has in the desire and passion to be grace that I think we throw it around a lot in sports, and really, we applied to a lot of due to. Maybe it shouldn't be applied to if we're talking about football, but it has to be applied to deck and that is the difference. With him and we saw last season with Kellen Moore. There is offensive coordinator how he was throwing the ball all over the yard and on pace to have a 5000 yards season will now I mean, my goodness with the 17th game and the way that he's throwing the football, he's going to break Peyton Manning's record somewhere around Thanksgiving. It seems, but it's not sustainable when you consider The zip on the foot on the ball, or rather, the lack of that deck had last night. You were getting it done. There's no question very similarly to Peyton in his, you know, second step with the Broncos. But you didn't see the 100% zip and you didn't see him planting that back foot when he was throwing either sort of up in the air, So can he sustain this level? With those deficiencies because he was not at 100%, and that was okay because they could have won the game without deck at 100%, and he was still playing at a high level, but it does concern me for a full season. How that's going to turn out Jonathan Jones joining us all right so quickly about the penalties there were 19 and last night's game And I'm sure the cowboy fans could argue there was an offensive P I That would have made it 20. You've got a piece up right now on CBS sports dot com about the officiating. What is the league's approach to calling penalties this year? Well, we saw last season that holding penalties offensive holding penalties were dramatically decreased from previous years. And that was, of course, because the league wanted to keep the game rolling and also see a whole bunch of points. Well, we saw that last year game time decreased, and we saw the points increase to the most. Offensive points ever scored in an NFL season. That's going to continue. The lack of holding calls will continue, even though we saw some last night what is also going to continue as the high number of defensive pass interference penalties that we saw called last season. This is an offensive week. We all understand that, but The league does want to get better at officiating O P. I and listen, you know when that happened last night, I thought, Well, you know, according to what the league has been saying, that might be a flag, but maybe he didn't fully east in the arm..
"steve deberg" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"A national NFL writer for Sports Illustrated as well in front of the program. He is Jonathan Jones. Jonathan, What's going on? How are you? Okay, I'm doing well happy that we are back in football season, right? Best thing ever. All right. So the season kickoff last night Dallas at Tampa Bay a lot to talk about Jonathan coming out of that game, But why don't we start with the obvious spot? Tom Brady. I'm not surprised that the guys still playing at this level at 44, but And it sounds ridiculous to say that I'm not surprised that he's playing at this level at age 44. What do you make of what you saw from him last night? Yeah, it is. It is ridiculous. And it's not all at the same time because we were there in Tampa last season and in the Super Bowl, and so we saw it, And so now it's not ridiculous, but I've watched him last night. And, you know, I spoke with Steve DeBerg, the former quarterback whose record as the oldest quarterback to ever play in a game and starting a game. Tom Brady is going to ultimately break. I spoke with him a couple of years ago, and he thought that time would be able to do it when a lot of people didn't think that time would make it. For this age and be playing at this level, and I thought to myself watching. Why won't Tom Brady do this at 47? Why won't he do it at 48? When is enough going to be enough for Tom Brady? Because when we saw What about what a men and a half left in the game. We knew that he was going to go down the field. Did we know that there was going to be a slight push off by Chris Godwin and that the rest wouldn't throw the flag? Well, if we look at history from the past season of the NFL rests are not throwing Opie's out there, So I'm not surprised that flag wasn't thrown, but There's nothing else you can really say about Tom Brady. The superlatives are used up. It's just you knew it was going to happen. I think everyone there knew it was going to happen. And then of course it happened. Agreed Jonathan Jones joining us. I'm gonna follow up and go back to the point about the referees in a minute. I do want to ask you about one more guy. I mean, his greatest. Brady was the dude who stole the show for me was Vita via How much fun is it to watch This guy work on the interior? Man. I mean, just pushing that center into the lap of that Prescott, who had a fantastic game, right? And who should be on a very short list early short list for NFL M v P, But he was doing it from the nose and from the five technique he was doing it all across the defensive line. And you know that he is the reason he hadn't consumer. The reasons that you know, Zeke Elliott only rushed the ball 11 times and up until that 13 yard carry you take that away Had 10 carries for 20 yards. I mean, He was doing it in the past first game as well as of course, in the run stopping game. Just an incredible force. They're not just the guy who takes up blocked but really does affect plays and get back into the quarterback. Slapped Jonathan Jones joining me once again. So what about Dak? I mean, he got kind of a slow start, but then he got rolling. How do you explain a guy in his first game in nearly a year? Coming off the surgery and the injury that he had missing all of the preseason and just showing up on that big stage against that defense and putting up the numbers he did last night. Well, there's no tangible evidence. I thought about this last night because I had said before the game. I don't have any evidence that that Prescott is going to have this sort of game that he wound up having when you consider the injury that he had and sort of the weirdness and the great cloud around the team and how he didn't participate in competitive periods for a month. And then obviously he's coming off the foot and ankle. But then you take into account the intangibles and the drive that he has in the desire and passion to be great that I think we throw it around a lot in sports. And really, we apply to a lot of dudes who maybe it shouldn't be applied to if we're talking about football, But it has to be applied to deck and that is the difference. With him and we saw last season with Kellen Moore. There is offensive coordinator how he was throwing the ball all over the yard and on pace to have a 5000 yards season will now I mean, my goodness for the 17th game and the way that he's throwing the football, he's going to break Peyton Manning's record somewhere around Thanksgiving, it seems, but It's not sustainable. When you consider the zip on the foot on the ball, or rather, the lack of that deck had last night. He was getting it done. There's no question very similarly to Peyton in his You know, second step with the Broncos, but you didn't see that 100% zip and you didn't see him planting that back foot when he was throwing either sort of up in the air, So can he sustain this level with those deficiencies because he was not at 100%. And that was okay because they could have won the game without deck at 100%, and he was still playing at a high level, but it does concern me for a full season. How that's going to turn out Jonathan Jones joining us all right so quickly about the penalties. There were 19 in last night's game. And I'm sure the cowboy fans can argue there was an offensive P I That would have made it 20. You've got a piece up right now on CBS sports dot com about the officiating. What is the league's approach to calling penalties this year?.
"steve deberg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Vac our service technician fields in the South Bay. We build it right the first time And you know what's right, Polly having Jim Nan's lad from Pebble Beach on Lee days removed from the historic Super Bowl? Jim. It is with a mixed emotions that we welcome you back because it's great to have you but were crushed when we're not there in person. I know this is initially in this very Good morning, fellas. Old friends, You know, usually this this Thursday morning we are about this time together at that makeshift have catty facility Where you guys hang out in the players come in and eat breakfast and We're having a grand time, but you know, it's just a different universe and It is what it is. We're still going to be a great time down here. Just honored to be able to present it to the country and you are missed was then all the fans are very much missed it, isn't it? We'll look forward to it. Although you was great to see you, and you caused a lot of stir with the golf cart yesterday. You know, most people who know people who have boned up on their Nance. They know the story. Sure, but some people don't know the story, Jim. So that's a good, meaningful golf cart. Two people were impressed out, tricked out it is and we'll tell him the story for people who don't know. Well, you say there was caused quite a stir. Was that a good thing or a bad thing? Absolutely. We're saying that table media zealots. They were saying that you were a pimp in this thing as we see it like that. Yeah, the cart, which Steve John all credit. Really Steve and Leslie Barney from his team, and they put on this current. They work it year round and they came up with this. Every shot counts. Charity Challenge, you know, presented by a TNT. So, I mean, they six celebrities came in yesterday and played a five whole match for $1.6 million in charity prize and, you know they want to be the host it and to remain socially distant. I just stay in my golf cart, which I did 99% of the time and my golf cart. Yeah, the story is it was it was. It was pre police owned by Bike inventory. It was it was my great friend can pride of San Francisco If you will know you go down to skull Mus. My favorite place when I get into the city, going to the Ken Venturi room for a lot of memories, But Ken's been gone eight years and when he passed away his sons Matt and Tim are dear friends of mine. They wanted to make sure that if I wanted it that the carp would be in my possession, so it was very nice to them, too. Give it to me and I proudly driving around when I'm home here at Pebble Beach, And I feel like in some weird kind of way that I've got Kenny riding shotgun with me because This was a place very meaningful to him. He wanted 1960. Crosby used to caddy here as a kid, and it was. It's a souped up cart. You know, I probably would never in my lifetime of going out, bought something. It is quite like this, but it is gorgeous and it's custom made card. It's part of the century collection. In fact, Which can be found down in Palm Springs through club car and I'm just very honored to have it because it belonged to Ken. That's awesome. And you're right. The over the many years you guys did together. And as you said, San Francisco's own many of our listeners right now have some sort of connection to can one way or another. But Jim is exciting is the golf is we got to ask you about Sunday night, Man. There you were, and I'm wondering, you know, you had said going in You had said, going in tow us into others. You said if anybody has any superlatives on Tom Brady, send them my way because my rest of war is bone dry. Bone dry and Jim that was before the game. She's I know it, and there you were on Sunday night and standing on that podium, and he was right there. Next Syria's again Yep, he was 6 ft, away from a true noticed there was a big clunky, but so were the trophy presentations that championship games and that the National Jam Shit game. You gotta you gotta exercise social distancing. So I was actually the other end of the platform and Tom and said I can't hear you come down here close is I could I just think the world of him I mean, I known him for a long time. This family is just they're just beautiful people so thrilled for him on a personal level because I know what he puts into a tick to have that moment. It's uh, it's e mean that, like the arguments over there is no more debate ever about the greatest full time If there was any going in which I was not aware of, but I mean, he's put that to rest. And I really think I can say safely that in our lifetimes, we're never gonna see anybody to what he's done. I don't think so, either. Yeah, and you asked him. Are you coming back? And it means something that maybe you knew the answer to, but it had to be asked right just to make sure all the way out. I knew he would ask. Answer it briskly. And he did. Oh, yeah, Yeah, I'm coming back. No, there's there's no question. I mean, no. You know what, Murph? Really, If you look at him the way throws the football on the Physical conditioning and everything, and just he looks like he's dialed back the clock and he's as good now as he was 10 years ago. I mean, the way he's going right now, he could play the least 50. He could, man. Oh, man. Well, that's one of the things we talked about extensively earlier this week is the physical conditioning that We've seen our big time because we've seen the he's not the first quarterback to play at that age. Doug Flutie, Vinny Testaverde, Steve DeBerg, Warren Moon, George Bland. All did. But Jim They they looked at, you know, I mean, there's a hobble crow's feet. Maybe a little punch, You know, not this homeland Now, would you say that? I mean, I'm old enough to remember of that Incredible year were planned that came in and won a lot of games off the bench, and he was 47. Whatever he was, is still kicking and backup quarterback and he I mean, save the Raiders like three or four times on that miraculously season, But yeah, he did. He looked 47 or maybe 57. You know, Tom looks like used 35 or 25 Amazing. It's the out having no, no bigger, you know, for Belichick thrown Aleks career out of the building. Tommy's kind of winning that argument right now, Now you sing a couple of touchdowns..
"steve deberg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Football with a Mike. Welcome back to the Murphy Max Show where Jimmy Garoppolo is still getting barbecued by fans and the Niners are calling about Carson Wentz, which will get into later. But first of all, good piece enjoyed it. It's interesting of the 10 reasons you have One of them. I think that what I want to jump to first is is actually nothing to do with football. It's to do with his body and his health you put on here. Among the reasons why number six was the pandemic, made this season more of a grind for players than any season in the ultimate grinder came out on top and then number seven. Speaking to that TV 12 method. People have criticized it. And Brady's like, Oh, really? I'd love for you to just kind of expand on that. Those two because that to me, honestly, Mike even more than the football is how he looks. And his body reacts at age 43. He looks amazing. Yeah, People have kind of mocked the TV 12 thing member. What was going on in New England? They kicked his trainer out of there. Remember, It was a big lift. And then when, whenever, like, you know, real scientists look at some of the things that they're involved in. There they go. Well, actually, you know, you drink too much water in a bed for you. Actually, these air just electrolytes. Actually this with that, but I think You know what, Like it is for most of us having a regiment is the key thing, right? I mean, for the most part you're gonna It's gonna be a good regimen. Whatever you do, you're not gonna have a regimen of eating things that are terrible for you all the time. Right? So whatever you do, if you adhere to it, maniacally, you're probably going to see some results, and some of his probably are really good. I think that's very striking member during the year. They showed that that funny graphic of him and George Land that side by side in the east, so the picture government I found the video then of like George Planet going to the skating Me smoking cigarette ran his mouth while he's walking to the game from the from the parking lot. You know, it's a different era. And I think really, when you see these guys Look at the mug shots of all of them who really survived. You know, the Rogers is the Brady's breeze. They get skinnier faces now than when they were 25 years old. They really bought into that. So that's that's a huge component of this. You know that? I think I put it on there for Brady making it You know, it's kind of his signature because he's gone almost overboard with this stuff. People have questioned it to some degree, and yet it's clearly working for him. So Everything he touches turns to gold. Basically, you know, I totally agree And to me, it's like way could talk about the which throws he's made or which decisions he's made. But we've seen 44 year old quarterbacks before. I've said this on the show, Steve DeBerg played it. 44 Vinny Testaverde played 44 Doug Flutie played at 43. Warren Moon was either 43 or 44, as you mentioned blander. But they all come with a price there hobbling. They have maybe punches. They have crow's feet. You know the fact that Brady you think about the couple those passes he threw Touchdown to Gronk in the play action. He had like a 20 yard seed to Scotty Miller on the right sideline in the first quarter after a play action. Like to me the arm pliability and or flexibility, Whatever the hell you want to call. It is a direct result of this, and as a result, he's throwing great balls when guys who have played at his age e mean I have to go back and look at the film, but I don't think they were throwing it like that. Well, a big expected for this most of the players that you mentioned, you know, you decline physically through injuries, and I think the big change in the game in the last 5 to 10 years has been the guys don't take cheap shots. There was always a risk in throwing the ball lot in the NFL. That if you did that you're in it smashed. I mean, you know, Dan Faust was one of the first guys. They really threw it all the time on first down and something around what he got knocked harder. Then Brady's ever going to get hit. Now you could be a skinny. Sort of in shape. Older quarterback now. Aaron Rodgers wasn't even into report this year, the whole year, and he's 38. Well, normally, you'd be barely holding on right because they could hit you. They could take a two step step and a half. Drill. You land on you with the body weight make you pay for being a pastor that's gone from the game. You can't even name if I said you who were the three best hitters in the game right now. You can't even think of one. It's not a hitting game anymore, and Tom Brady can throw without getting hit in the mouth. For the most part when he does, people are notice when the quarterbacks get hit even in the homes got hit in the game here today. What's the first thing he does? Looks at the referee, you know? Well, that to happen. It's a great point. My cat is called. Hey, Hey, he grazed my head. But protocol. That's right. We'll tell that Steve Young Uh, 20 years ago. We're doing interviews with the guys. You were concussed after the game, right? It's just totally different. No, you're absolutely right. It might stand as the voice you hear on the athletic dot com that you can read him, And he wrote a piece about the 10 reasons why this is Brady's masterpiece. Another one, too. I wanted to ask you about Was not again nothing to do with the game on Sunday, and just some Ryan Clark mentioned ESPN you wrote about it again off the field may be his greatest contribution was his attractiveness to these other players..
"steve deberg" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"That I would demand full of of NFL players and most of the quarterbacks. All right. So so I guess so. I know that you listen all the baseball you do. You're an insider for NHL network. I'm gonna hit pause on the NFL Network Insider. Uh, yeah, please do I like your name? A handful of quarterback? The knowledge I have of the NFL was back from when Dave Craig was playing. So that's that's what we got. Greg Erik Kramer, you Steve DeBerg. There was a really good Frank Reich really good backup quarterbacks in that era that I really admired because you know that's just it that I always gravitated towards the back up. So maybe I just see myself that way, but I really appreciated that era backup quarterback. Take it easy, buddy. Thanks for what? You have a great weekend. Deep Grogan. Or he was a good one, too. Wasn't it? Nicely done? Well, Frank Reich is actually a head coach. Now he's a pretty good one. Really. And in the NFL real Yes. He's a coach of the Indianapolis Colts day. My information is old. I got a lot of that. But you still had that when you've got three kids. I can tell you chapter and verse all about the pop patrol, but I can't tell you who's running NFL teams right now. All right. That was good. Look for John Palmer. Rosa MLB network Breaking down rider coming up later on tonight, but he has always, man. Thanks, man. Thanks for the conversation. Guys. I appreciate it. You're the best body. See, pre Brexit way. Why is he really I just threw that name out for giggles. I don't know. He was a head coach Really well. Amazing Wait, he helped win a Super Bowl. What the hell? We got more coming up in 90 seconds. But first, it's Steve to cigarettes. What's trending in the wide world of sports? You can add the name of Chase Daniel because he's gonna be in the league so long as a backup, he'll be added. Added to that Lisa and about the same age, right is Matt Prater, The Lyons kicker, and Adrian Peterson has been a lion so Maybe there's one name that he could add to the list. You guys were talking about Dodgers and Padres earlier and I can't wait for those games this year. Of course, they're not West opponents. They'll play each other a ton, and those were already the two best teams last year in the National League, but looking ahead at the schedule Late September. Dodgers and Padres for three. Next to last Syriza of the year will be those two at Dodger Stadium and what you mentioned with JP about all the talent and the resumes on this Dodger roster. The Dodgers this year could become the first team ever to in a single season. A three former Cy Young winners and three former M V P winners because Clayton Kershaw has won one of each of those trophies or has won each I should say, and Trevor Bauer David Price in the rotation Cody Bellenger, Mookie Betts in the lineup as well. And, yes, he mentioned that the Mets not only lost out on Bauer but on rail, Moto and Springer this offseason as far as free agents, but Jason. Any Mets fan should read The Can. ROSENTHAL article in the athletic tonight that Bauer age 30. Had such success is a Cy Young Award winner last year, Quote at least partly attributable to the poor quality of his competition in a regionalized schedule that eight of his starts in a shortened season war against sub 500 clubs that all but one start came against one of the league's 11 worst offenses, and also his spin rates jump so dramatically. The question is out there. Was he using illegal substances to help it. Can also writes Trevor Bauer will need to both own up to and put an end to social media tactics that include harassment when he responds aggressively to fans and reporters on Twitter, particularly women, prompting his followers to attack those Challenged him, so see, you're really You're not missing anything and his career to raise 3.90, including all those years, including it was a bomb. I'm glad we didn't get him. We've got to move on to some other guys. I'm saying this guy's a bum. You don't want to come. You don't want to come here to see many NLCS. That's how it's gonna work. That bum gets a three year deal without doubts. After each of the first two years, he learned $40 million this season with Ella, including the deferred money. Outfielder Marcel Ozuna will re sign with the Braves four year deal Where 65 Mil plus an option year he led the league in homers and RB eyes. Last year. Detroit re signed second basement Jonathan Scope He batted about 2 80 last year. The season before, with Minnesota Scope had 23 home runs and the Rangers signed pitcher Mike Faulty. Novich ex of Atlanta. Xander softly has a one stroke lead in the Gulf at Phoenix. Major League Soccer players reached agreement on a new labor deal. The vote to ratify is this weekend and in the NHL. It's nearing the end of the second period Vegas over the L. A. Kings five to nothing, then the late game with Ella hosting it in the N B A is Clippers versus Celtics. Did third quarter Clippers ahead. 73 66 Kawai Leonard 20 points. 10 rebounds so far in 2.5 quarters as Paul George is out due to a foot injury Celtics are missing Jalen Brown and Marcus Smart. Phoenix is beating Detroit 109 92, the Pistons record five and 17. Meanwhile, wins for Minnesota and Toronto now Toronto's win was at Brooklyn 1 23 1 17 Kevin Durant of the Nets do to contact tracing involving someone else did not start did play and then Durant was pulled in the third quarter due to protocols he should be missing. The Jamot, Philadelphia on Saturday night. Milwaukee one, It's contest Utah one again the Jazz 18 and five and for those who didn't hear the NC double announced today, the entire women's basketball national tournament this spring. Will take place in Texas, primarily San Antonio That follows the decision to hold the entire men's March madness in the state of Indiana primaries into the Annapolis and we're back to the show in a 2nd 1st a word from farmers call 1888 farmers and you could save on your auto insurance..
"steve deberg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"What is the man that is so crazy and it worked. Guy wide receivers could hear your audibles, huh? Like that here? Yeah, they could hear, Hear me and press box. Hope you turned it off on the sideline when you were like, you know, you know, talking about some some guy, you know, you know, lime in your old lineman for a missed block or something. All right, talking message imparting my lips because I can only whisper. And then there's the off on switch on my face mask, And I mean, it was interesting because sometimes you have plays over and get back in the huddle. I saw a call on the next plane. I forgot to turn off. The light goes up. Hey, you shouldn't mix. I don't know what you were listening to in 1980. I don't if you're listening to the rolling stones or whatever, but you should just play some tunes out of that thing, too, You know. Yeah, It's awesome. Yeah. What a great story. A Steve man. Great memories san was a state 40 Niners and obviously like you said, still still holding the record over Tom Brady for the oldest starting quarterback, and every should go to Sierra delta dot com. Check out the service dogs. And we appreciate you spending some time with us here on the murder, Mac show on Camby are the Bay Area loves hearing from me, Steve. So be well, man. You gotta man, The bird Polly blast from the past and unexpected pleasures of a senator Burke, right. Super Bowl week is like though all kind of people pop up that you don't expect that was great. But he, uh Said it Fred Dean and big hands Johnson crushing his vocal chords. Oh, my God. So they almost almost severed. Um, how about how about him saying that thing was his last this? Of course, stereo. Just go walking up to the line, like bumping some Zeppelin or something I was thinking, you know, would be the only thing that would really I'm thinking low rider by war, dude. Nice gets under the center Gonna go change the station, man, you know. You have kids That really happened if you're out there, and you don't believe it. Go Google Steve DeBerg voice box go so you don't have to go with Marcus and I, actually throughout that interview were Listen. You guys talk about the markets dug it up. There's a YouTube video where I think I'm gonna Randy Cross that a podcast hit. And like I told the story about Steve DeBerg doing this and they've got they've got like video of him under center with the headset on task. I think that game was a shape, but he says he worked for six weeks. My memory was only that one game in here a couple of games here. That they cut up and split some place together, whether zoomed in on his face, and he's got that little microphone. Looks like he's like calling a game like in a broadcast booth, and he's got a boom box under his jersey like scrap to his back is like a boom gets crazy. Huge. It goes back to the huddle of starts chewing out Randy Cross or missing about Iraq cross. What are you doing out there? Oh, hang on. I got turned this thing off. Yeah, my speakers on hold on, Let me listen to the leader did well, there you go back in 1980 or have been Frank and Mike. Playing Christopher Cross is Arthur's theme. Hey, um, And by the way, that's a true story. Uh, Eric Branch actually of the Chronicle did a story last year last year, September 30 2020 that I found where he did a really deep dive into it. And it's got some incredible photos. Polly. I mean, I gotta say, I think I got to send this to you ASAP. But go for it. Yeah, do the photos. First of all the way the old Niner helmet looked And then second of all, second of this thing is straight out of the Jetsons, man. This you know what was pretty primitive. Dude, it was like they just literally tape the speaker to his back. And then they're running a cord from it into his microphone here a cord and send this to you guys right now. This think you guys are not gonna believe these pictures so anyway? Great. Great to catch up with old bird. And by the way, how badly did Walsh not want to start? Montana? You know what I mean? We are quarterbacks Got a crushed voice box, Joe, you're on the sidelines. Wait till the second half. You have to fight through that season, Joe stepped in. And then the 1980 Saints game. Yeah, well, that's the whole thing was, they said copes they used. Walsh used to say he wanted to put Joe in a position in games where he would have a good chance to succeed. He was trying to build his confidence up. That was before he was passing on Tom Brady and the 2000. And now we're going after wall. They got the only reason that Walsh the only reason he was put in Montana is because, you know he didn't have Brady available, so you.
"steve deberg" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yeah, it Z been awesome to watch him, You know, do his craft. It really means kind of thing to that years from now. It's amazing right now, But even like 20 years from now, when people are writing books on his stuff, they'll be like what this guy was out there at 43 certain a super Bowls and stuff. It's good stuff and Steve the bird. Great to have him here. Hey, let's get a chance to be the one. We want to get a couple things before we let you go once it was a state and to Polly an IRA of the of the arrow. We remember you wearing the voice box against the Jets will have to ask you, but let's get Let's get the plug in on the dog Sierra delta dot com. You're you're with these guys, These guys doing good things for veterans, right? Yeah, that's that's just, uh you know, that's a, uh, just a great thing. You know that, Uh he's wounded warriors, you know, and, uh And then and then you get these your service dogs that you have them, You know, just just mentally more than anything, but, yeah, it's just, uh Tremendous cause, and you know, it's just it's just Uh, it's great for the dogs. And it's great for the for the you know, Wounded boyars? Yeah. Sierra delta dot com Service dogs for veterans where we should go check it out. Hey, uh, to last ones here for you, Steve. One is Steve DeBerg. The voice you hear on the Yuma Guest line. You're listening can be our morning show on camera and can be RFM. San Francisco, these sports leader. The San Jose State Spartans, man. I know you're out in Florida. But did you keep an eye on on their undefeated season? It was tax season. Yeah. I think better a long time coming. Yeah. Yeah, that's for sure. That's for sure of it. Did you get in contact with the coach Brent Brennan or any of the you know any of the alums. Am. I haven't been out there and since he can see, you know, got hired. Um so so I haven't? Um, yeah, it's just when I go to California I go to Southern California because that's sort of all my family is It's not that often did I get upto San Francisco. I do get there. And actually, I'm hoping to go there this summer. But, um, yeah, just just really proud of sounds a statement, and hopefully you know things continue the way they're going. Yeah, well, great. And they We got to end it with the story about the voice box in 1980. Because calling our kids and we you know, were Niner fans and And we see you go out with this big, you know, breaking out like a brick in your back. Yeah, people. Can you tell that story again? I mean, all these years later, how crazy was that? The bill will strap this machine to your next even amplify your voice. Yeah, well, the way that happened was the last preseason game of 1980. You know, man, Montana. We're competing for the starting job. And so, uh, we're playing San Diego and I was gonna play. The first half of Montana is gonna play the second half. And so, uh, the walls could also this, uh, roll out to the right. And I look out and there's a, uh big hands Johnson standing outside of Keefe on horse, and and he's supposed to, you know, block him and I'd let that and I was like they can't do it. Yeah, so so audible to end. The next play comes in taking down and go, all scholars the same play and I walked up there the guys in the same spot and so I audible. So the third down The lost cause the same place, so I say. Okay, you know, I mean, he must know more than I do Well, so I called the play. I let it go and keep on horse couldn't get him. He's coming straight at me. So I pull up and what I don't realize is Fred Dean that left the other defensive end on the left. He beats the tackle and he hit me from behind. And then a big and John hits me from the front. Right Then they both hit me in the neck. And you know, I got the ball out. But anyway, they Injured. My vocal cords. Yes, almost severed my vocal chords. And so I want to have like specialist and said, You're the only thing that I'll help this recovers. If you don't talk for a month. I was like, Well, I got it. I'm a quarterback in the NFL. I gotta I gotta yell over 70,000 people. And and so So, uh, Um, so then so we cracked. That was on a Saturday because its appreciation on by Monday I just, you know, stood around. Watch practice Tuesday. Sit around. Watch practice Wednesday on I'm going next, you know, because, you know, I'm I'm the starter. And And so, uh, I went into the locker room and I asked the coma guy, Do you get a megaphone? And he's like, Yeah, I got one back here somewhere. And so so I walk out the practice. I start whispering in this megaphone and everybody could hear me. You know, it's like, Oh, so after practice, you know it's silicone Valley and they designed a speaker system on my back. They had a You're three times as loud as that car stereo And I'm not gonna sing the national anthem. Everybody hear me, but s so I played with that I played with that for six weeks, six straight weeks. And then, actually, Yeah, so So, uh, yeah, that, uh, you know, that was that was that was a unique experience..