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"If your kids are on you too they probably watch Logan Paul they may have watches brother Jake Paul Logan Paul made his bones from a site called vine where did some pretty fun videos Z. into brighter now his brother Jake is just a tool who became famous because of brother was famous and they've made millions making Toby videos on YouTube Tony cats on cats today well Taylor Lawrence New York times style has a video Jake Paul at a mall in Scottsdale Arizona involved in the looting walking through the mall people trashing cars he claims he didn't do anything this is the kind of stuff man people getting caught all over the place they just want to see what was happening but they weren't stopping anybody from doing it but they were jumping in on an kind of enjoying it all this is also crazy man no no how this is gonna you know affected brands you should and remember the people who want to list all the parents have to decide what happens to what the kids are watching on YouTube I'm glad my kids don't watch those two dopes
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Like this all right we'll keep watching it Taylor Lawrence of The New York Times thank you thank you this is morning edition from NPR news I make a Martin and I'm no well king I know well and Rachel return with more of the program at the top of the hour they'll preview some of the stories of for the next hour coming up at four latest from NPR news ahead at four oh one next up on the Friday morning Valentine's day's schedule it's the marketplace morning report next up in your economic textbook they say game theory and how it fuel the part of the game show that plus more the morning's business news is just ahead my name's Michael state the time three fifty or ten before for you know what I want to remind you again that you can keep the public in public radio by being a participant in perspectives that's our series of great daily listener commentaries we invite you to share your thoughts on the topic of particular interest with other KQED listeners in the bay area and throughout the northern California learn more by going to the website which is KQED dot org slash perspectives again KQED dot org slash perspectives or call the editor of perspectives he is mark trope mine is number area code four one five five five three two one zero eight coming up on the next Commonwealth club program we look at the crisis in revival in working class Americans Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl done share stories of recovery in resurgence in a population that has suffered greatly from opioid addiction increasing numbers of suicide in economic tonight at eight PM a lot of the time it's hard to know how news affects lives as we in.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Of the day elating up on the grass at the extreme to hundreds if had some cracking racing from two hundred so far that we can and forced on the good pervading was some fantastic racing action. Heading up the raiders on the Gretz be tractive. Void that will be Richards homes Williams on bake one hundred and twenty six next ham shoot be rod reports me we'll be taking stock and that's risk as it was like. The head of the field Taylor. Lauren's on number Welby starting from third spot. And number two one is calm. Hot is starting fourth possession there. Brandon peril the yellow peril. It will be an sports on one four sex as possession have well, how number ninety six by charleena's pets should be there on it. But we're not taking up the grit possession on number eighty six Harvey Clydach bake sex scene. Cooperator Harvey Welby starting from eight spots. Head of Jamie. Ken, welcome looking five results and has final off the weekend on number seventy six until would have been hating up on route number on rule number five and ten spot. But he's had two home after a few issues. We can't in Jacksonville being eleven spots on number seven ahead of David wills bakes to bearing hit will be leading up head of Callum Wybrow bake sexy. Seventh Konare Rennes the runs raiders and possession on. Autograph bake number three on rule number eight. So as the plea that filled Vader's take their possessions on the grads look towards right? Look stare the red lights. Kway Chris starts by threatre. Tombs? Williams ahead of Taylor Lawrence as head and Tatar number one has already capital in front of the. But Brandon peril has made a great start from fethohn grad up two spots. So easily can Cousy comfy and that possession there with lakes of the number. Ten Rada till Lawrence can over the past couple of possessions from the start solic- com hottest moving up to second possession. But at the front of the field wretched homes Williams has already opened up a guy that looks to be one point five seconds. So he's already often running looking golden at the head of that filth print imperil claiming all over the back of Cam hot is the way rains towards the end of the LOP towards the last corner peril as looking like he's making a move. On Tom hottest candy, make aesthetic as come through the final Cornyn. Not quite as calm across a second. Just ahead of run Taylor. Lawrence clemmie all the back of the yellow peril and spot there. We've Harvard cloudy joss making some grand loss at the start and fed sports using Tate and twisty Enfield sanction of the sockets to close up on slightly Becker bakes and front of and sex as well Howarth, David wills and seven spot number seventy one in Jackson and seventh and Jamie. King fortunate star he's the bottom of the field and nine sparse. Oh, he's just made his way past in Jackson. So they've had a of an issue on the opening. Lob of extreme two hundred spots will towards the battle for second com. Hot is leading the way for the battle for second ahead of Brian imperil, come towards the final corner Taylor. Lords stone fourth spot. Just hang them there. Harvey Clark's using all Matt Korn up. On up to number one. Bryant just courses door on Taylor Lawrence, enter number two dark closed this once again making look even DACA here..
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Than a race leader. With Richard woman's wellness period of law pressure and tiller Lawrence. Can't he soak up the pressure and hold onto first place is going to be one of those battles to watch. For jamie. King has made a great move on camera on while Howarth over the last couple had mice to hold it com hottest after slumping off a couple of labs. Go turn number five as back on the bike at inter festival. Brandin peril. Who said they may not even be racing today stolen, sex sports. But as we look for the rental up at looks like Richard Holmes Williams as a bridging the gap to Taylor Lawrence done while he starting to push it out starting to close in. It was two point two nine nine with a new fastest lap. Full veterans Williams a second quicker on that last lap, Dan as compared to your saying alone, supposedly machine scything through traffic in session. So yet that be right through. That may be quite good for wretched homes. Look like you go traffic a look quicker than Taylor lawn. Is he got muddled up tastes actions of the circuits special into turn four and turn five losing bath their butts where have Richard Holmes Williams as you say it down with the fast lap of the race by one second? I have over till Lawrence's based lab on two seconds for the buck and action company. Jamie king up to the podium number seventy six is in third place. So a great result potentially there for Jamie k- on his home event, he'll be very pleased about carrying on. But not eight at the moment, Taylor, Lawrence and veterans Williams did equal times two point three one. It is starting to close up, but he's not running all the time in what she can do it. So Taylor Lawrence is got to hold on which Williams goats burden to push and push them pushing pushing push. Yeah, it looks like we had to patch. I think it was David wills on the seventy one bake just came the Potman sock and pull them pass. Not quite sure. What the issue is their unfortunate for David Wellens as out over the race. But as we look towards the top of the sock is a lot and a half to go and got Taylor, Lawrence soul. Wet few baked lanes of advantage over Richard Holmes Williams break you see retro told me Williams as Pershing as hard as he can not got must be turned to just over a second. As it come across like starts the fatal lot of the race Attila. Lawrence ahead of Richard Holmes Williams, who says the fuss love, but once again off this is ten to nine tenths of a second. A forty eight point one to seven over one point two seconds quicker on that last night raising up into turn them five three the infill stations so targeting twisty, which it owns Williams has the confidence to do. It is awful lot in which he's going to have to make the move onto the streets for the final time. He's in the slipstream patiently waiting intern seven curiouser, which wo speed could make lay move coming into the left-handed happen thinks twice a pass it. Although he is ROY on the back of and Taylor's is just gonna have to hold on. Yet looks like till alone Kurt hold on into the fatal turn retro Williams. Tried to is looking for say laid the grip of the fatal coin as come across Taylor Laurence Mouton just ahead of Richard Holmes Williams who says the fastest lap of the race on the final. Lob a forty seven point nine eight tenths of a second faster than Taylor launched Jamie king and well Howarth battling for third sports at the moment. Cam heart is all over the boxer. Well Howard to. Well, we see Jamie Ken comes just ahead of wall. Com hottest who fell off Eller on in the race. Turned number five managed to remain ahead of Brandon peril who will come across lane sex possession. Hey though in Jackson and AS Roma's a rate is for the race. They extremely hundreds. And fortunately, we have seven Rangers. No starting at and David wills at Harvard. Cloudy pulled and to the pet.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Video capturing a child's first steps or first words are first day of school. This is what so many of us do right? As parents, we document the moments that are important in our child's life and we posted online for our community to see. And as we do that. We are inevitably shaping our child's online presence. Most of the time the child in question doesn't really get a say in the matter and that creates complications as kids get older and realized that much of their life is already online and anyone can see it Taylor. Lawrence is a staff writer at the take who's been reporting on this her recent pieces called when kids realize their whole life is already online. She joins us via Skype Taylor. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much for having me, what provoked you to look into this. You know, there's so much about the set from the parent's perspective. But I just wanted you talk to them. So. Selves about when they surged to realize that they had its presence. What was the range of of responses when you engage them on this? I mean, it kind of just runs the gamut. Some kids were upset about the information that was out there about them. So they Google themselves and find, you know, in some cases, their parents have consented to school websites loosing about them. They were upset that may be the whole sports record was up there or that their parents had plus lot more public stuff than they realized. And then some kids really liked it like there was one boy who really felt like it made him feel famous to have all these pictures of himself on the internet. Maybe eighty percent of the kids that I spoke to didn't realize the extent of their internet presence, and the ones that did had parents had proactively warn them about it. But they had been told United staff line, but they got since they didn't have social media themselves. There would actually be that much about them. But in some cases, that's just not the case in your reporting in in these conversations. I mean, did it create tension in any of these relationships, especially as you? You got to like the middle school age or high school? That's when it starts to create tension. I think kids in elementary score the ones that I talked to you between third and fifth grade when they first Google themselves in pants, they're kind of like frustrated by what they find. Or they think it's novel. But it wasn't 'til kids got to middle school that I heard anybody really state like I my about this. I'm really frustrated desert or my dad or whatever. So I think middle school is often when kids want to get their own social media profiles. And I think they just want to start dictating their online presence for themselves. So I think that's the Olympic fiction agrees. But the bottom line is talk to your kids before you post. Yeah. And help them understand these platforms. Do you know a lot of parents wanted to their kids from these platforms? But I think parents need to have a better understanding of how these platforms work, and they just need to open the dialogue Taylor Lawrence. He's a staff writer at the Atlantic Taylor. Thanks so much. Yeah. Thank you so much for having me. Spain used to be one of the few European countries that did not have a far right party. But then last December the populist vox party won seats in the regional parliament, the main issue fueling this party is nationalism though, rather than immigration Lucia Benedetti's reports..
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Sports last night. At James harden. Chuck it up about my shots. The couple of medicine thirty. I mean, thirty three games and thirty points. You had with a an essence a game with the horde like with two weeks to go against the nets. That was pretty sick. Mark assault played. Well, yup. Russell westbrook. His ten consecutive triple-double the east Cavaliers putting the clamps back big wind gusts. Look we tweet about this a little bit texting and inserted tweeting as well. Yeah. They looked that lobbied even by their ridiculously reducue lists defensive standards. What they did in Chapel Hill the final what was it. Well, the final five, but it's the health until like nine percent shooting. That's unbelievable. That was incredible. What a big win for you. Beverly carrying off the loss to Duke seemingly the only team they can't beat when you have your six ten power forward. Jack up three pointers and all of them making sixty two percent Virginia's gonna lose that game. But everybody else better watch out one. Very good win for Bennett, the boys. So it was a good sports died really it rolled into today. Thanks, buddy. Feisty on the social sees started pecking away type it away goodbye pace out. I'm gone saying peace out to the Steeler nation there. He's still on the team. I don't know that he knows that. But he's still Steeler. You're right. And here's the interesting thing BT because it's not like basketball where we've seen this. And maybe he's watching too much sports right now. And watching the other superstars and the other sports and demanding trade. I want out of New Orleans. I want to win a championship. I'm getting out of here. Okay. See I wanna go Golden State if I'm Katie and win a championship. Maybe he's watching too much of that. And things to just because he says peace. I'm gone. I'm demanding a trade at the Steelers are going to trade up. Why would I understand and you've been on this for much longer than I have going back to week seventeen of the NFL season? I kind of didn't come around to it until their principal owner started speaking about him, but backtracked on a little bit the second. You've been saying for while he's got to be gone. Even said this in the in the during the season. And so I get it. But he's sodium good BT Steelers. Let fifteen hundred yards and twelve touchdowns just walk out of the door, the sake of harmony pretty easily at this point is sake of chemistry. And easily, and I think that's like as a non in the locker room person. Now, I mean, I used to be in the locker room, but I'm not having been in the locker room and eleven years like the the importance of what you just mentioned harmony getting along route for your guy pulling for your guy liking that guy in cheering for his success is is important. You hear it more now than you used to is used to be you don't like to do gears longs. He's Ballin whatever about feelings. Now exactly is permeated. Isn't it? Interesting. How that is. Whereas back in the day with much beyond the sports at least back in the day. Think about like the generation just before me. Jennifer, Lawrence Taylor, Lawrence Jim generation, or all those guys the Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin. I mean, if you were like just outside of the box click yet, but they're Bach. Yeah. I mean, they need the bounce off the team. Hayes they'd Hayes the hell they. They treat you like crap. And you conformed eventually you fit in or you know, whatever you're gone. Yeah. Nowadays, it's like we all get along. Let's talk this here. Let's get in the room and have a beer. Practice for a few days. I don't want to have a beer with you. You probably got. Us. We wanna quit on. Yeah. And by the way, people forget this. I just want to reset this the week leading up to the season. Finale a must-win game of must win game. Great that they needed some help. Which is why juju Smith Schuster and some other Steelers were watching the end of the other game on. On the heights field field but leading up to a must win game. He had a heated dispute with Big Ben. That's the report our guy jail sees been all over this. And even further jail has said that and reported that those issues extent to tablet as well. Mike Tomlin big bed and there's this fracture with Antonio Brown. And because of the blow up which was deemed pretty intense Antonio Brown decided not to choke the practice for a couple of days up, and then he showed up on Sunday to play at the gumption. Do I'm Antonio Brown. I I just I don't need to really abide by all the rules. Doughnut. You do. Now, what complicates this is? He's he's do a boatload of money. A lot of guaranteed at it's going to be very hard. It's gonna take a lot of creativity. It's gonna take a lot of patience. And it's going to take a lot of moving parts to make this happen. But take this to the Bank Antonio, and I've been saying this for six months for for three months now he will not be on the Steelers because he cannot be on the Steelers. It's. Expired. It's over. I don't think despite a few random Heyzer guy. We want him thinking totality. I don't think the team wants him. They like him because of the production. Exactly. And if they were fourteen two they played on on February second, whatever what was the Super Bowl? February to February third third if they would've played on February third, and it's only Browns in the middle of an offensive explosion is swallow hard. And you suck it up. They didn't make the playoffs at three seven two and one start with arguably as much offensive talent is anybody in the NFL through the outside of the chiefs because Big Ben getting older, and obviously Mahomes, a special and maybe water to other the Rams when they're full throttle. Right there. Fortunately, five and they've been that way for a while. So there's continuity. Here's the big is the bigger issue. And I think Mike Tomlin I don't know if he has the power to influence this trait to like say, a powers that be we need to move on from ABC we need to move o- move on from him. Right. But if I'm Mike Tomlin, I think for the for the preservation of my job, I need to move. He needs to move on from an Tonio Brown. And here's what I got you might. It's a fine. A very fine line for head coach who has a guy like a be a diva like AB because you know, he's going to be unbelievable. Every sunday. There's no denying you can't he may be a diva he may be do come in and helicopters and Akron, corona, Susan in Billy Mays Hayes as you all of that stuff. Great on Sunday afternoon that man Bala period. And so is Mike Tomlin. You you need that guy on your team what that guy team? But after he becomes so disruptive that he starts influencing other guys other younger players who say AB does that maybe I can get away with a little bit of that. But then they see Mike Tomlin. And we've heard this. They see Mike Tomlin not coming down on Antonio Brown. But then coming down on them. It creates his double standard that people will start start saying about Mike Tomlin who who are you your phone? You the disciplinarian like you are with me or you. The lenient like players coach you are with him. Yup. And so it forces him to be two different people, which is really hard to reconcile. If you're if you're smart on a team like you started saying, you sense it. That. Yes, I do know exactly what you mean. The pro. I think you're absolutely right. It's a very delicate balance to strike any straddle that line for a while. But as much I like Tomlin a lot of this is on I. On his doorstep. And I don't know that you can put it back in the bag, even if you get rid of Antonio Brown. There's a culture now there was for too long except in not lawlessness. It's unfair to Mike Tomlin. But a sloppiness a sloppy to even when he was talking about the patriots on national TV three or four weeks before they were playing just he. I'm not going to turn this into fire Tomlin. But. Mike tomlin's. This is this is the year. Otherwise that I think he's got he's getting to that point where he needs to have his locker room guy, whoever that is. I don't know if it's been or whoever right? I don't think he's been to you. I think that might be the problem, right? That's a whole nother conversation. Get rid of the quarterback. Exactly. Yeah. It's a whole nother conversation. But every head coach needs that locker room guy. He needs that guy who says when when Tomlin says, we're we're turning the ship a different angle right now. We've been going this way. We've been letting you guys do it your way. But guess what we got we got we had a veered to the right? A little bit. Because it hasn't worked we've seen the dysfunction that it 'cause we've seen the seven two and one start finish on a non playoff berth in a division that we had no business being behind the Baltimore Ravens in right? We we have to go that way. He needs the locker room guy. Big Ben or whoever it may be. And I don't think it's big been again, either a different conversation. But he needs that locker room guide to say all right guys. Coach Tomlin saying this is what we're going to go. Do. I don't know if he has that. And if he doesn't it's going to be really hard for him to re. Greenhouses establish actually, Pittsburgh Steeler team. I like the way you position that about a, you know, an unexpected choppy turn, you know, in the waters, get a little choppy to be redundant. You know, you need a unifier, and you need to galvanize her and the last thing you want when the captain of the ship, and in this instance, for this analogy, it's obviously my Tomlin less than you want. You know? The guys deck say, well, why why are we go this way? And let's be conver-. There you want you want the guy to say hold on hold on. Yes. And what he says that guys hold on. Yes. And then you have a new culture, or at least a tweaking of a culture, you know, listen if he's deltaic vigor to absorb it. Twenty one point one million dollars dead cap space, right? Tenable big. But is it on? Use the reason that happens because even though a team trades a player so his current contract is based salary for twenty nineteen talking about AB is twelve point six million dollars..
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I guess we won't let's talk about. Let's talk about Jim Brown will argue about Jim Brown. Will you're on CBS sports radio. Sure. Bill, thanks for taking my call. Again this week. So. Yeah. Mean Jim Brown first off? I gotta say like, I told you I don't even think is the best quarterback ever. I like I said if it came down to one drive in the last two minutes, I'm taking Joe Montana periods. But there's there's another quarterback from that era that doesn't get any love. And that's the end style. Was awesome. And if you put him in today's era and he ever had a defense. Oh my God. If you put him on the patriots that me, I'm gonna blown doors. However, you know, he never wanted any championships and like Marino and he played in San Diego. So he didn't get the love. But I would also be okay. With Lawrence Taylor Lawrence. Taylor was a major game changer, and nobody wants that man on the other side of the line. But you gotta go Jim Brown. I mean the man played twelve year he won eight well not Super Bowl. But because they didn't have it yet. But NFL championship in Cleveland. The last time Cleveland won a championship in in the NFL, and what could his records? I mean they stood up yards per game. Rushing average, you know per play look at you know, how long he was rushing leader in the entire NFL into the eighties. I think it was my Walter Payton that ended up breaking his record. Eventually I mean Walter Payton played fourteen and sixteen games schedule. I think Jim Brown might have gotten a couple of fourteen games at the end of his of his career, but he played mostly twelve games. And he put those numbers up. I mean that man was incredible. Like my old, man. Tell me Jim Brown was only running back. He ever saw that kid run through you run over you or run past you, you are absolutely right. And he he played half of his career as twelve game seasons half of his career as fourteen game seasons. And he was an absolute beast. He was an absolute machine, and he is certainly in the conversation for one of the. Greats of all time. It's it's such a great conversation. Morgan Knoxville, Tennessee, thank you for listening. You're on CBS sports radio. Hey, thanks for taking my call. Got a brother. You know, I think everybody's forgetting football. You know, you gotta win on the line of scrimmage and my forty years of watching football the greatest football player. I ever saw. What's Reggie by Reggie White dominated. You know win games without line play. Reggie White was I'm I'm thinking about watching him do his thing. He was so so good. Appreciate all the calls.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"You are bad at your job. Oh, yo go, fix must've been horrible taking BG see taking to social media. Amanda says so I feel it's time to let everyone know my marriage is over. I wish a motherfucker would whose grants were on Facebook. Who are you people that they're we're about gifts who aren't you? I'll on each and every way you create their cake had just a bride on top y'all van picks. She would take pictures by herself in places like me and me, and my goes has been down at vit Nari like ooh, girl. Looking good. Couple goes. Relationship. Go. I don't know. He grew you along of ear. She says I'll explain all in due course. But for now, I want to say that say be very careful when dabbling and spirituality is not something to mess with. So they didn't have any the we's flit as friends and amicable parting. No, the split is another blow for Jack at purportedly. Execute was executed for thieving on the high seas in the seventeen hundreds. Yes, I've been downhill from there the pirates. The president Caribbean fan. Amanda, previously told the Irish pose how he's fit four thousand pounds to look like captain, Jack. Sparrow, Johnny Depp's character in the film. We'll see that's the problem. He thought he was getting Johnny Depp. And he was geared with you. That's a gay goes girl. My date thing. Trying to trying to put her on right? Trace Cyrus molly's older brother has become engaged to tailor Lauren Sanders. He says I will love you forever. And she said, yes, okay. Who who is tailing less than two weeks after his brother Brayson SARS revealed that he got engaged trae sires announced that he would also be tying tonight. He proposes girlfriend Taylor Lawrence Sanders. I guess this girl of here with the anime here. Okay. Is that a week? I don't right. On Thursday twenty nine year of musicians shared the happy, news or social media person. Sweet video that showed out the stunning diamond rain gave his bride to be. Well, let's ficials. She said, yes, we're getting married. I will love you forever. At taylor. Lawrence. Unders he wrote alongside the clip adding variety of ring heart in heart item oggi's. Individial which appear to be taken shortly. I think pop the question trays happily remarks. She said, yes as his aesthetic girlfriend shares that she's literally dying o young love so good. You know? When to fun. Said yes. Oh, I love you. Now does that count as a public folder when you when you propose in private with them? But the video online could no you did it in private of the answers already versus everybody looking at staring. I'm just checking gotta be very careful. These days meanwhile, on her Instagram to end, this also singer posted another video that prominently featured a diamond rain guys, I'm still dying. She catching the clip. I can't believe I get married. My bestest friends we've been inseparable since day one. And now it gets to be that way. Forever. I love you so much trace hours. You mean the world to me, and I've been waiting on you forever. You're my dream, man. And I I still can't believe you're as I can't wait to make babies with two. She shared playfully adding tonight where you at. And then concluding the post she wrote. I love you. He got this ten is out. Okay. I'll see what you don't play. Try and lock that down after he was like listen. It's not a secret anymore. Oren getting. Ambu blue. We've been moving for days or exhausted. You write to them. No man was filming this part film that ourselves my lie. Oh, yeah. Right. Imitates his like. We've just won't talking about right here. I locked it up in the video trace could be hurt on the camera. All right is not secret more, we engage them. I love you. They release a music video together, August give my heart to you. What is she says she saying to which is country music? Whatever it is at home is this way out of my depth of I. What was it? 'cause you know long. Taylor Lawrence Taylor. Lauren Sanders out. I thought it was a clip with a song and then article although video to another article or some shit..
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WEEI
"Mornings here pro football talk life, many of the same affiliates here at a really interesting article on profootballtalk dot com. And that was an I'll give you the title of it. Vaughn says perfect needs to go for good. You think to yourself? Okay. What exactly is Mike talking about? He's talking about the helmet. Hit to Antonio Brown where he blatantly used his forearm to the helmet of Antonio Brown. And as as Florida says quote birth blatant forum to the helmet Steelers receiver Antonio Brown passes, the walks talks quacks craps like a duck test, especially light a perfect history. He wanted to throw a form forearm into the helmet of Brown and Burfoot did. And he's a hundred percent accurate. Make no mistake whenever von tests perfect is involved in a play where there is a perception that it can be considered Dorothy. He doesn't get the benefit of the doubt. Von birthed isn't a guy with a clean track record away say you know, what clearly an accident. No way he do that on purpose. Because Vaughn says perfect is cold and calculated any has a history a lengthy history of dirty hits. In fact, he cost Marvin Lewis the opportunity to win his first postseason game. They had Pittsburgh on the ropes. Perfect. Does that hit on what they Antonio Brown and Bom penalties later? Pittsburgh's right there. And what came out of this past weekend's game? Was Ben Rothlisberger claiming that Vaughan has birthed after the hit two Browns head that birthed had pointed to juju Smith Schuster who. Let's not forget last year laid out von perfect and then stood over him and actually got called for penalty for it rightfully so for taunting. And he said looking and pointing at Smith Schuster, your next now, this is Ben Rothlisberger words that Mike Florio is putting in his article here. This is what Florio writes, quote, the NFL has yet to respond to an inquiry from PFC as to whether they'll investigate the situation and punish perfect. They should. They should kick birthed out of the league. He has had ample opportunities to comply with the expectations of those who run the sport. He consistently has failed. There's nothing inaccurate in what Mike Florio rights there. In fact, this is how basically simple as it is you can sum this up in one sentence. At a time in the NFL where players safety is at its utmost importance at a time with the NFL is out long certain helmets for crying out loud. So that every player will now be wearing what they consider safer helmets. They were two hundred and forty players that would have been grandfathered in for one year to wear their helmets. That did not pass the new tests. The NFL's instituted forty players are still wearing even Tom Brady, by the way switched from. The how many were all those years to a newer one at a safety next year every player has to wear a rated helmet passes the test the NFL puts them through. Okay. That's how much they care right now about player safety yet you allow a player like von Bertha CT who sold mission out there on the field east to harm a player who wants to head hunt. He wants a player to be concussed who wants to harm a player to where it could be career-threatening. That's what von perfect is about on the field. So if you're gonna sit there as league and tell me that player safety is of the utmost importance yet you continue so loud volunteers perfect on the field. Shame on you. Because what he is. He is a weapon out there that you cannot control. He is. A weapon without a self destruct button. And every single Sunday that he's out there. There is the potential of him causing grave harm to an opposing player. And what's sad is birth? His own helmet against players. He doesn't care. This has got to dot care about his own body. That's what's even scarier to me. What's scary is when a player has total disregard for his own health in his pursuit of damaging somebody else. If you're gonna make players conform to certain helmets. If you're gonna make you where you can't touch quarterbacks and you're gonna throw flags left and right when it comes to that. How do you allow von test perfect to suit up every Sunday for the Cincinnati Bengals or any NFL team? You can't he's a menace. He's dangerous. So Florio is absolutely correct. When he assesses that the NFL needs to get him out of the league. How many more opportunities does Vaughn says perfect have to prove that? He is the dirtiest player in sports today. You're talking about Manny Machado being dirty von birth. Not only would have spite. Hey, sue saggier. He would've stood on his calf with his Clete and twisted. And then sucker punched him in the back to just to top it off. I have no respect for volunteers to. Here's the sad thing about volunteers. Perfect. Like, this is a guy who is at Arizona state. He was a heck of a player. And then he wasn't even drafted because he had such a terrible history. The Bengals pick him up undrafted rookie free agent. I think he started from day one. He's been in terms of his abilities on the field. Volunteers perfect is a talented player, but his entire career in any accomplishments that he has had to this point to me. They don't even register. Because when I think of the name von has perfect. I think of the most dirty player in sports. The NFL should investigate. Could Ben Rothlisberger had made up this claim of your next? Sure he could've but doesn't it behooved the NFL in the name of player safety to investigate if this did happen? And if in fact Vaughn has birthed pointed to Smith Schuster and declared you're next. He should be out of league because he doesn't let things go. Obviously, you don't think the next time they play you don't think he's going to be going after him. Of course, he is. That's just his nature. He's uncontrollable. Dangerous. Sean, I'll tell you what I love the violence of football. I do football popular because we as a society love the violence. Right. People back in the day went to watch gladiators literally kill each other in the ring boxing at the height of the sport was incredibly popular in these guys are bashing their brains in a bleeding on the court in the ring. We liked the anime why you can literally have knockouts in there. Right. Blood sport. We love it football something where you can literally get. Inside of the field. And attack people and get away with it. But there's a limit to what I think we as a society accept, and I don't think we accept volunteers perfect and his style of football, Sean. Absolutely. And I want I want to ask you this. What are the chances the NFL investigates to find out if volunteers actually did point at juju and say that you're next? I don't think it's that complementarity. Yeah. I don't think they'll do it. But here's you can have them play. Once he plays. Another game has to wait right because you've already allowed him to play a game after these allegations came along. That's a great question. First of all what harm is there for the NFL could find out if he gestured or they have cameras everywhere. First of all, you could ask Ben Rothlisberger. You can ask juju Smith Schuster. You could start right there. If both of them back it up, you say, okay. Are they both lying about it you as you said there's cameras all over the field. You can see if there's a gesture toward juju Smith Schuster. You can kind of frankly at the angles today. Steve his lips are moving this. Plenty you could do to to verify if this happened or not. And honestly if it happened you kick him out of the league. You do it's drastic. But here's what bothers me about this Marvin Lewis to me is gutless. Marvin Lewis to me is the guy that continuously pencils? Von perfect into his lineup. Where's the accountability? Marvin Lewis is part to ensure that he's not putting out there a guy who sole intention. It is to hurt somebody else. Where's the respect from Marvin Lewis to his opponents to not allow a hothead like von perfect to go out there? You gotta win games. Okay. As vaunt has birthed the guy. Look, he's not Khalil Mack. Right. Fantastic. Visit Khalil Mack to where you go from being a pretty good defense being a great defense the way the bears had been until the dolphin game. But that's the whole point. Where's Barbara Ann Lewis and the accountability their for continuing to put von perfect out there for nine years. Whatever the hell it is you brought up Khalil Mack. And I wanted to get your thoughts on Bill Belichick saying that Khalil Mack. Snot in Lawrence Taylor's class. I heard that today. Yeah. I want your thoughts on that surprise Bill bell. Check would say anything say anything is it really that much of a negative though against Khalil Mack. Here's this study thing about ten opinion, which she rarely ever Gibbs. Wait a minute. We're talking about LT here is what Bill Belichick's. What's funny is he? Probably also said the Mitchell Trubisky is the greatest quarterback Joe Montana that he rivals Tom Brady. But here's the thing. I wanted to get you thought. So there's a line obviously for Bill ballot. Check and ballot. Check adored Lawrence Taylor. He was his defensive coordinator with the giants for anybody to think there's anything remotely wrong with Bill ballot. Check saying look, by the way, he went on to compliment the hell out of Khalil Mack. Okay. Tall calling him a great player, blah, blah, blah. The fact is it's not fair to LT or Khalil Mack to compare the two clawbacks a heck of a player LT. Revolutionized a position. All right. So here's my question. Is lt. The best defensive player in the history of the National Football League. I thought of that question today actually because I had free time. And I was you know, I read those quotes from ballot. Check it came down to two names for me. Him and Reggie White. I agree. Yeah. To me. And look, I know kisses wealth Joe Jones in those guys Chuck Bednarik these guys I didn't watch these guys play. Okay. When it comes down to the modern era football, the Super Bowl era or later, you're gonna go nineteen I'm going to go from one thousand nine hundred eighty I was born in one thousand nine hundred ninety second right, right? Exactly. Lawrence Taylor's career, didn't even have sex. It was the second year. They start to accumulate sacks. The fact is. Reggie White and Lawrence Taylor were the most dominant defensive players I have ever seen. Reggie White was unstoppable. You knew. It was coming. He would call me out of the way. Literally the and the speed was ridiculous. He had twenty sacks and twelve games. One-season lawrence. Taylor was literally unstoppable. Mean there wasn't a player as unstoppable as Lawrence Taylor. Offenses had to literally change everything about standard offenses to protect against Lawrence Taylor. Bill Belichick is one hundred percent, correct. And he's not saying it to be sly. He's not saying it to be critical of Khalil Mack. What he's saying? Is. There was one Lawrence Taylor. And there will always be one Lawrence Taylor. There have been other great Outside Linebackers like Derrick Thomas, and guess what? He wasn't Lawrence Taylor. Either. Lawrence Taylor is the greatest linebacker at least outside linebacker, and I'll say linebacker in the history of football and one of the two greatest defensive players alongside Reggie White in my mind from one thousand nine hundred on in the NFL, and I think that's the line for ballot. Check inbound check knows football. And he understands the impact the Lawrence Taylor Lawrence Taylor coached Lawrence Taylor. He coach Lawrence Taylor. A little bias. But I don't think he's biased MAC has won one defensive player of the year. Mortell when it four times played what five six years. Okay. Fifty right. Yes. By the way, relax a little bit. By the way. He's not LT. But I mean, he's only played five years, by the way..
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WEEI
"Right there. And what came out of this past weekend's game? Was Ben Rothlisberger claiming that Vaughan has perfect after the hit two Browns head that birth had pointed to juju Smith Schuster who. Let's not forget last year laid out volunteers perfect and then stood over him and actually got called for penalty fort rightfully so for taunting. And he said looking and pointing at Smith Schuster, your next now, this is Ben Rothlisberger words that might Florio is putting in his article here. This is what Florio writes, quote, the NFL has yet to respond to an inquiry from PF to whether they'll investigate the situation and punish perfect. They should ultimately they should kick birthed out of the league. He has had ample opportunities to comply with the expectations of those who run the sport. He consistently has failed. There's nothing inaccurate in what Mike Florio rights there. In fact, this is how basically simple as it is you you can sum this up in one sentence. At a time in the NFL where player safety is at its utmost importance at a time when the NFL is out long certain helmets for crying out loud. So that every player will now be wearing what they consider safer helmets. They were two hundred and forty players that would have been grandfathered in for one year to wear their helmets. That did not pass the new tests. The NFL's instituted forty players are still wearing it. Even Tom Brady, by the way switched from the helmet were all those years to a newer one at a safety next year every player has to wear a rated helmet that passes the test the NFL puts them through. Okay. That's how much they care right now about player safety yet you allow a player like Vaughn says Bertha CT who sold mission out there on the field is to harm a player who wants to head hunt. He wants a player to be concussed who wants to harm a player to where it could be career-threatening. That's what von has perfect is about on the field. So if you're gonna sit there as a league and tell me that player safety is of the utmost importance yet you continue to allow von birth down the field. Shame on you. Because what he is is he is a weapon out there that you cannot control. He is a. Weapon without a self destruct button. And every single Sunday that he's out there. There is the potential of him causing grave harm to opposing player. And what's sad is perfectly uses own helmet against players. He doesn't care. This has got to absolutely does not care about his own body. That's what's even scarier to me. What's scary is when a player has total disregard for his own health in his pursuit of damaging somebody else. If you're gonna make players conform to certain helmets. If you get a making where you can't touch quarterbacks and you're gonna throw flags left and right when it comes to that. How do you allow von perfect to suit up every Sunday for the Cincinnati Bengals or any NFL team? You can't he's a menace. He's dangerous. Florio is absolutely correct. When he assesses that the NFL needs to get him out of the league. How many were opportunities does Vaughn says perfect have to prove that? He is the dirtiest player in sports today. You're talking about Manny Machado being dirty. Von perfect. Not only would have spiked. Hey, sue saggier. He would've stood on his calf with his Clete and twisted. And then sucker punched him in the back to just to top it off. I have no respect for volunteers. You. Here's the sad thing about volunteers. Perfect. Like, this is a guy. Remember when you at Arizona state use a heck of a player, and then he wasn't even drafted because he had such a terrible history. So the Bengals pick him up undrafted rookie free. I think he started from day one. He's been in terms of his abilities on the field. Volunteers perfect is a talented player, but his entire career in any accomplishments that he has had to this point to me. They don't even register. Because when I think of the name von says, I think of the most dirty player in sports. The NFL should investigate. Could Ben Rothlisberger had made up this claim of your next? Sure he could've but doesn't it behooved the NFL in the name of player safety to investigate if this had happened? And if in fact vont has birthed pointed to Smith, Schuster and declared you're next. He should be out of league because he doesn't let things go, obviously. And you don't think the next time they play you don't think he's going to be going after him. Of course, he is. That's just his nature. He's uncontrollable. He's dangerous. Sean, I'll tell you what. I love the violence of football. I do football is popular because we as a society loved the violence. Right. People back in the day went to watch gladiators literally kill each other in the ring boxing at the height of the sport was incredibly popular. And these guys are bashing their brains in a bleeding on the court in the ring we liked the why you can literally have knockouts in there. Right. Blood sport. We love it football something where you can literally get. Inside of the field. An attack people and get away with it. But there's a limit to what I think we as a society accept, and I don't think we accept volunteers perfect and his style of football. Sean, absolutely. And I want I want to ask you this. What are the chances the NFL investigates to find out if volunteers actually did point at juju and say that you're next? I don't think it's that complex already. Yeah. I don't think they'll do it. But here's play once he plays. Another game has to wait right because you've already allowed him to play a game. After these allegations came along. That's a great question. Well, first of all what harm is there for the NFL in the NFL could find out if he gestured or viewing set they have cameras everywhere. First of all, you could ask Ben Rothlisberger. You can ask juju Smith Schuster. You could start right there. If both of them back it up, you say, okay. Are they both lying about it you as you said there's cameras all over the field. You can see if there's a gesture toward juju Smith Schuster. You can kind of frankly at the angles today. Steve his lips are moving this. Plenty you can do to to verify if this happened or not. And honestly if it happened you kick him out of the league. You do it's drastic. But here's what bothers me too about this Marvin Lewis to me is gutless. Marvin Lewis to me is the guy that continuously pencils? Von perfect into his lineup. Where's the accountability? Marvin Lewis is part to ensure that he's not putting out there a guy who sole intention. It is to hurt somebody else. Where's the respect from Marvin Lewis to his opponents to not allow a hothead like Vaughn says perfect to go out there? You gotta win games. Okay. As volunteers perfect guy. Look, he's not Khalil Mack, right? Volunteers. Visit Khalil Mack to where you go from being a pretty good defense being a great defense the way the bears had been until the dolphin game. But that's the whole point. I where's Marvin Lewis the accountability? Their for continuing to put volunteers perfect out there for nine years. Whatever the hell it is you brought up Khalil Mack. And I wanted to get your thoughts on Bill Belichick saying that Khalil Mack. Snot in Lawrence Taylor's class. I heard that today. Yeah. I want your thoughts on that surprise Bill would say anything to anything is it really that much of a negative though gets Khalil Mack. Here's this study thing about ten opinion, which she rarely ever gives you wait a minute. We're talking about LT here is what Bill Belichick's. What's funny is? He probably also said the Mitchell Trubisky is the greatest quarterback he's seen substantial Montana that he rivals Tom Brady. But here's the thing. I want to get your thoughts. There's a line obviously for Bill. Ballot check ballot. Check adored Lawrence Taylor. He was his defensive coordinator with the giants. Frank. For anybody to think there's anything remotely wrong with Bill ballot. Check saying look. And by the way, he went on to compliment the hell out of Khalil Mack. Okay. Tall calling him a great player, blah, blah, blah. The fact is it's not fair to LT or Khalil Mack to compare the two clawbacks a heck of a player LT. Revolutionized a position. All right. So here's my question. Is lt. The best defensive player in the history of the National Football League. I thought of that question today actually because I had free time. And I was you know, I read those quotes from ballot. Check. It came down to two names for me him and Reggie White. I agree. Yeah. To me. And look, I know. Kisses wealth, and he can he can Jones those guys Chuck Bednarik. These I watch these guys play, okay? When it comes down to the modern era football the Super Bowl era or later. You're gonna go nineteen I'm gonna go from one thousand nine hundred eighty I was born in one thousand nine hundred seventy. Yeah. Right. Right. Exactly ice became lords Taylor's career. They didn't even have sacks the second year. They started to accumulate. The fact is. Reggie White and Lawrence Taylor were the most dominant defensive players I have ever seen. Reggie White was unstoppable. You knew. It was coming. He would be out of the way. Literally, the strengthen the speed was ridiculous. He had twenty sacks and twelve games. One-season lawrence. Taylor was literally unstoppable. I mean, there wasn't a player as unstoppable as Lawrence Taylor. Offenses had to literally change everything about standard offenses to protect against Lawrence Taylor. Bill ballot. Check is one hundred percent, correct. And he's not saying it to be sly. He's not saying it to be critical of Khalil Mack. What he's saying? Is. There was one Lawrence Taylor. And there will always be one Lawrence Taylor. There've have been other great outside linebacker, Derrick Thomas, and guess what? He wasn't Lawrence Taylor. Either. Lawrence Taylor is the greatest linebacker at least outside linebacker, and I'll say linebacker in the history of football and one of the two greatest defensive players alongside Reggie White in my mind from one thousand nine hundred on in the NFL, and I think that's the line for ballot. Check and ballot. Check knows football. And he understands the impact Lawrence Taylor Lawrence Taylor from muscle coach Lawrence town. He coach Lawrence Taylor. A little bias. But I don't think he's biased back has won one defensive player of the year. Nortel when it four played what five six years. Okay. Fifty right clue MAC. Yes. By the wake lacks a little bit. By the way, he's not LT. But I mean, he's only played five years, by the way. But -ccomplish some more thing not only that. But if I'm gonna go there right now JJ watts the guy talk about that would rival LT and Reggie White. It's not Khalil Mack. Agree hundred percent. Yeah. Let's not. Let's not go overboard. You did not answer. My question. Is it L T? Or is it Reggie White? You give me two names. I said who is the best. I'll tease the best. No, I'm going. You can have your Reggie White. Well, it helps that Bill Belichick was the DC for the giants during prime k that helps scheming and everything getting him those batch ups, and I know use a speed demon undersize outside linebacker three four revolutionize. Yup. The defense the helped him a lot because it took a while. NFL offense is to you know. I understand three four just to it. Yeah. The just to it. Right. He didn't invent two three four right bell check. But perfected it. And so I I gotta go. I gotta go Reggie White. I think it was more dominant. Sorry. The the Memphis showboats Bruce Smith. Bruce Smith was better than Bruce Smith. I think like they they play the same position. I would go Reggie White in terms of dis. I'm taking not though still I think LT was more revolutionary at his position even more than Reggie White about who's the better player who's the more dominant player. I think you prepared more Florence differential white because Taylor could do more on a field. Reggie White was a great pass rusher. And can stop the run as well. I mean speed for a size. Lt was a guy goes sideline to sideline north south east west. He was the most complete defensive player was and I loved Reggie White. I have his rookie card, but there's nowhere to be found in the Super Bowl against the Buffalo Bills, by the way. Also, what state was he in at that point? Well, well, then you know, what? I mean, Reggie White at sixteen sacks thirty seven that matters. That's amazing is last year. He the seven and a half or five and a half after missing a year for the Carolina Panthers five and after missing a year like forty years old, and every was ridiculous. You can't go wrong with either one of those guys, by the way, they're both fantastic. All right. More NFL talk coming up. We got a lot to get into. I mean week seven is coming up. I can't believe tomorrow it all begins. Dan schwartzman. NBC sports radio. Am the NBC sports radio mobile app..
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You think while they sure do freddie taylor lawrence taylor the official nfl taylor yeah so i thought that was cool though would you put it on would you do you guys think that's like a like a folk the cop before you actually win at now the only problem is like you know you have to concern yourself with if you put it on do you do something where you end up ripping it or perhaps getting a stain on it you you have to be legitimately concerned if you go down there out here lacquer grilled out in just if it's yacky jackie slept in the jacket i think yeah so we've had a lot of a lot of fun today and someone will have fun with us going to the cat no trip and the pro football hall of fame two big topics today has really been about the cobs and where they stand down the joe matt like i had a thought about joe madden earlier like is much criticism is i hear on twitter and i try not to go cap on people where i take a vocal minority and really try to sum up that this is the way a fan base feels i think on twitter a lot of times that can be an overrated thing they think people feel one way about something but all that is is just allowed minority with people with a twitter are you talking about that earlier but he was a little teed off at the number of the he's had the most he's ever gotten anywhere for doing anything for doing the college world series didn't chime in when he was talking about joe bought because most joe bucket i liked joe buck i do too better to be honest with you i like him better doing baseball and football i think in football he coasts but that's just me that's nice coast because i think it's just an easy game you do in the nfl it's the biggest game there is he's got the next i'm just going to wait till the cardinals start playing again i mean really he's got he's got the next door as run up the lane and trail break it down for you you are one of the hottest i'm just i'm just telling you i like him for baseball i think he's good i think he builds the excitement for baseball so you joe bock brunt of my favorites on jobs ever so the topic to me came up when we were listening to rally and i've said this a lot on the show to that i believe that joe madden sets the perfect culture for these players on his team to succeed and i think it's an important part of sports whether management sets the culture whether the the coach or the manager sets a culture i think culture within the walls of the building is a very important aspect of winning in all of sports in any business i think if you go to work in a culture is good and it's a positive vibe right you enjoy your work every day that more times than not you're gonna be productive i'm with you freddie players are paid to execute the hitting coach thing to me is always been the biggest scapegoat argument there is the.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Lawrence taylor lawrence taylor is the greatest linebacker in the history of the sport he changed defenses and offenses and that to me speaks to one year an all time probably like twenty five thirty years in advance for its time back to the point that i was making earlier about john united center and everything you said i agree with critics i wanna make sure people appreciate john united has had forty seven straight games with a touchdown pass from december of nineteen fiftysix until december of one thousand nine hundred sixty that record stood for fifty two years amazing accomplishment and when you consider that much time went by that many changes to the rules making it more conducive to the passing game and still none of the greats of the seventies eighties nineties could even come close to touching the john united's record that is truly an amazing legacy and further reinforces my pick or we go on with the fourth round yes all right now this is where i could go a lot of different yeah you know i'm i'm torn between tom brady and joe montana.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Do believe that despite what i just said last caller i mean if the giants are offered a lot for him enough said team comes dims has luck will give you x player fraph picks a lot i think they consider it because he is a bit of a headache he's a tough player to manage but as you've heard colours allude to before so was lawrence taylor lawrence taylor was a headache alerts taylor was doing cocaine admitted it all sorts of other things were going on with him but he was such a great player that they power rated it managed it managed to keep it out of the public guy but don't forget that was his thirty years ago in the 80s you can't do that now you cannot i i'm sure some stuff get swept under the rug and people don't know about it but it's so much more difficult now within strict graham with facebook with are you know all the social media and with pete with phones now any forget thirty years ago in cell phones it could take pictures and transmit instant video so you know everybody's got one so sent me a flip phone but you know the bottom line is here that there is no more privacy so if you're going to behave badly even if it's like am on on a friday night i had a couple of too many i said a few things i don't mean it's going to get in the papers if you're famous that's the way it is and i i would not like to live under that kind of scrutiny i really wouldn't because god knows in my 20s i said things did things that i'm not real proud of and it had they come out may be in trouble now i have to explain i'd have a lot of explaining to do so at the bottom line is today man you gotta you gotta be on the straight and narrow or be lucky that whatever you do that isn't exactly perfect is not recorded somewhere and put up on the internet skirt his sunny and malvern you're on the fan sunny hey richie first longuet efc is gone he quit almost seem last year as far as i'm concerned so good riddance the jackson hole get another uh cornerback no problem as enriching i listen i respect you a lot but i.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on WEEI
"From the nba there's really been nobody past dennis rodman and karl malone did like get mixed up and karl malone had a good look dennis rodman was pretty decent early on but you know he wasn't very disciplined at it as you could probably managing but i mean the nfl there's dozens and dozens and dozens of going from bronco rigorous cutileio nama leaney two ernie lad which actually afl um you know wocka mcdaniel was afl um um trying to think who else leon white actually are vader was never um he never actually played in i fell game but he was on the rams roster for several years brian comes with a bang goals and i mean there's you know dick the bruiser was a big football star or a you know played for the packers and uh taylor lawrence taylor is a guy though his taylor did one yeah okay uh with russell mania yeah yeah i mean there's other reggie white and kevin greene and guys like that um steve mcmichael play deserves some for several years so yeah there's there's like literally there's an endless list of guys who have gone from a pro football the pro wrestling yeah we talked about the rock who reportedly you know his has had contact with garang concen hey you you need to get into the action movie business well sure the left the rock is arguably the biggest movie star on the planet right now i've seen no evidence that rob drunk housekey can do any of that well i don't know him well enough to know how he would transition into acting that's for sure um i mean he's as far as pro wrestling you really don't know like who's gonna be good at it until they do it you know what i mean i mean there are guys were great athletes have gone the pro resting that made terrible pro wrestlers in their guys who went from great athletes like kurt angle who you know it was just a phenomenal pro wrestler suggest you just never know obviously.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Or michael irvin didn't get in first ballot i have raised going to get in first ballot but i i do think it factors in words consciously your subconsciously but i've asked peter king about a he's a voter and i said dea a factor this stuff in did they factored in with lawrence taylor lawrence taylor a good team it no but you know that that didn't come up but it comes up now with tara loans i just won't be fair and judge everybody the same and if you wanna put them in great if you don't find yongpil it's a real tough situation with darren sharper former green bay star he is 63 clear interceptions led the league in interceptions twice i mean on paper he's going into the hall fan he's got twice many interceptions as brian dawkins and here he's got twice it needs got more than is forty more interceptions and john lynch retort to 30 morning subs can you put somebody in who is in prison for the crimes that he committed and hopefully stay zero the rest of his life but if you're truly just looking at his football resume yes mcglone but you're not gonna like this arguably interceptions do we really count that set him more like no one knows who leads league interceptions yadier who lay who led the nfl it's usually result of the quarterback this running for his life in chucking it up there to some degree wasn't the guy from tennessee blamed bishop bayard buyer he always later this year i think but yeah i think eight or nine when you have an extreme number of interception but rivas for example did not get interceptions and he's the greatest may be of all time because you throw away and sherman and i don't know how many dion hand you'd weren't thrown indians area i i get that these if he got it he was taken but if you're a safety and you get interceptions that's different because your your job is to play center field i if i don't wanna go rivas his way i'm not going rivas his way or dion 's way if it your free safety to come up with those numbers the nets different because that your job i will take a break we'll get more of your phone calls coming up reggie joins us in an hour and got her poll quest.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The MMA Beat
"Mean seemed michael jordan play a punch it a michael jordan played live rise rises senator allows our way as a wizard that doesn't count i saw some eight out it's a guy who is scoring twenty points hit a double double those early is on the mets i was not those those that was deion sanders play a baseball okay eleanor slater the braves interesting okay there's guys like that i saw i saw michael jordan score fifty plus against the celtics in the playoffs live yes widow sixty three point game i hope i think was not that same game i think it was again they loss i know the stunt sutherland the gathered around regular was before he was people realize how good he will solve it here in any out yet out that was good but i'm gonna go lawyer taylor has i'll go learned taylor lawrence taylor of elti saliva interesting i'm gonna go with vladimir guerrero because i saw him hit a laws that literally were at his ankle and and and hit a matter apart and with no batting loves it was amazing watching him as a youngster like early prime vladimir guerrero and and let me say it flat if anyone in anaheim thinks of vitamin growth should go in as an angel into the hall of fame whenever he gets in later uh you know early next year just shut your face is not it is not an angel anaheim has moberly truly good protein through genova i've know they don't have anything close to montreal he is not an angel he is in expo and is really bothers we don't have any let this is our last chance real l made light water anyhow vitamin grow in his prime go back and all at some of his footage no not quite tokyo uh he he he was he was hitting he was hitting balls that were like feed like before the the the home plate and he was hitting them out it was amazing he had no like you had no concept of what was a strike or a ball you've just as soon as we're on our live.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Is there ever been a time who is the best football player that you ever coached against mm good question lawrence taylor lawrence taylor you had no chance she had to put somebody over there either really no chance no no chance no because he just so quick so fast when i look back though even though i coach them at one time was jerry rice kiss away he his attention to detail his ike when you were coach him if he could have fiveyard out route he would take it ninety yards in practice practice every time so that fewer and fewer prague's on fiveyardline economic fiveyard out he's going to go all the way the engines you better be at least you know going from the fifty 'cause he's going to go fifty yards every time and score that was his mindset that he wanted to be the best ever play the game and what i saw him have those type of attributes i'm gone no wonder he ran wild unecessary every game it's like kobe bryant's like that yeah lee hit practice people like kobe take he wouldn't leave the gym playing horse until kkob he would never drive home having lost a game of horse you go back and you look at your relationship with john elway it's really it's i mean he's there and you're a big part of that i mean it's it's really interesting i i've told people if you're twenty years older early thirties you didn't see l atma my away story it's quick first nfl game i went to seattle seahawks in the kingdom and they used to give the raiders fits and john elway was there it was a denver game and elway was and a half shirt and he was at the big fifty yard line the seahawks logo and it was four hours before the game and he was flicking his wrist down the flag and he was hitting the flag and laying the ball and i remember as a kid i was like i i couldn't it was fifty art in a like he was flicking his wrist when you coach john.
"taylor lawrence" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Keep it because home burned down or they were saying that uh that as i heard to interview yesterday that the a spokesperson was saying they will hold the stuff all the stuff that hold it for himself he tie he can he can have it yeah that is great yep man it's the individual stories that really qilya you can hear all the stats how many has is how many people are displaced it's when you see the an individual person and how it's affecting them that's what killed me when i watched the news and they have the person going back to their house and you just all my god your whole body clinches up for them as they're just looking at what used to be there's uh well no i cannot rental market up there for sit for people who are who work up there and need a place to stay in the meantime while there it's going to get tight if it's it's already probably tight i don't know specifically but i've tried to rent before and you find yourself trying to get a place near like this twenty other i'm getting desperate at two i'm getting super desperate to find something in my budget so we all know about the online backlash google maps is facing an issue as they've removed or have to remove cupcake counter after fat shaming backlash gugel rolled out a new test feature for its maps app and one of the ways that it worked was it has a calorie counter which tells you if you walk to this place it would burn this move malary's this water earns four hundred and four four hundred and fifty nine calories that's more than four mini cupcakes and there's little pink cupcake emoji there oh they were i see i thought you i thought this is going to be about some business called the cupcake counter no this is as like where's that known go to the unita cup camera go to cupcake counter taylor lawrence taylor laurenz do they realize how extremely triggering something like this is for people who have eating disorders not to mention just generally shaming as in fat jamie right do you think that's fred shaming also wire many cupcakes the unit of measurement i can't i really can't express how much i hate this lesson google deep we we understand your pain you can't win no matter you try you'll be happy to die and not win win just.